Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #363 2/14/2019

#363 - Death of an American ambassador (Watt Thoughts)

The son of the U.S. charge d'affaires (Bruce Amstutz) under this ambassador in Afghanistan was a friend of mine in high school. The son and I were in same Explorer post and on many camping trips. Dr. Bruce Amstutz wrote a very interesting history on the occupation then and related to previous occupations of Afghanistan and it definitely relates today to the USA and NATO being in Afghanistan.

Check out this story on CNN: https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/13/opinions/40-year-old-murder-mystery-death-of-us-ambassador-kent/index.html



This is a little article I am doing across the Internet of my personal opinions. This reflects my personal thoughts. I try to write several times a month on a variety of subjects. It may be religious at times, political at times, and at other times just my reactions on something happening out there. It will often be like an op-ed article. If I do what I intend, you will at times want to shout I agree, other times you will want to say Dwight has really lost it now, but most importantly I want to challenge you to think. Feel free to forward this to others. If you don't want to get this e-mail let me know. Feel free to use what you read from me, but I request you give me credit and send a tear sheet if published in a newspaper or magazine. Thanks.

If you would like to receive it and you are not on my mailing list, you can subscribe at www.yahoogroups.com or send me an e-mail requesting a subscription. You can find past issues on my home page at http://dwight-watt.home.att.net/articles/articles.html

(c) 2019 by Dwight Watt
Keywords: Arthur Dwight Watt Jr., Dwight Watt, Death of an American ambassador , rock spring, swainsboro, Emanuel County, Swainsboro, Brunswick, Elberton, Columbia, Rock Hill, LaFayette, Rock Spring, Summerville, Vienna, Washington, South carolina, Virginia, DC, District of Columbia, Winthrop University, Winthrop College, computers, Watt Thoughts, Georgia, USA, web sites,LaFayette, northwestern technical college, georgia northwestern technical college