So, the chapter find us jumping continents…to Europe. Jeff was selected to rendezvous with ‘The Widowmaker’ in Bucharest, the capital and largest city of Romania. He arrived in port on the container ship he served on. He was the most likely candidate for this mission as there was little risk of detection and since he oversaw security on his ship…no problems with transporting nuclear detonators…Perfect!
The chapter also reveals a growing relationship between Field Operations Commander Jameela and Field Commander Jeff. They are having a growing numbers of let say ‘discreet ’encounters in places like Bucharest.
Question: Where do you think this is going?
Question: Would Jameela judgment be compromised?
The author wove the story of ‘The Revolution’ and the People Place into this chapter mainly for the benefit of the young adult readers. I believe he feels his writings should carry that responsibility as he grew up in a lower middle-income family of five children. A lot of his travel was through books. As an adult when he visits certain places…they feel familiar. So, he takes the time to tell the stories of places and things.
What are your thoughts on this? Please share.
We observed Jeff pray …he prayed for the Romanians. We look into his soul and see that Jeff really believes…
We listened with great interest at the conversation between the Window Maker and Jeff while they had dinner. This well-accomplished academia and MIT microbiology graduate was discredited by the scientific community when he went public that he agreed with some experts that in September 11th, 2001 the Twin Towers and the World Trade Center was brought down by controlled demolition.
Until dinner, we did not realize that Jeff arrived with several briefcases with enough god bars to warrant a body guard. After dinner and on a long walk…they took care of the deal. Easy enough.
Hey…I am just a Georgia boy but I thought white coffee was just a latte. For desert, Jeff insisted they both have Key Lime Pie and piping hot Flat white coffee. Is this a ‘European” thing?
What are your thoughts?
Early the next morning, Jeff arrived at port…detonators intact and secured. As the tugboats escorted Jeff’s cargo ship out of the port of Constanza, Jeff thought about having coffee getting to work. I look forward to spending time with Kyle in several weeks. But for now, as Second Captain…I have work to do.
Question: What is your impression of the legendary Widowmaker?
Question: Did his peers treat him with such disrespect that they created an enemy of the state?
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Now, Chapter 13 – Arrested as Terrorists