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An in March 2003 having made a promise to himself that if he were ever in a position to stop the mass killers they would never triumph on his watch Against a Tide of Evil is a strident and passionate cri de coeur It is the deeply personal account of one man driven to extreme action by the unwillingness of those in power to stop mass murder It explores. This book is the best read from this yearThis book steal my heart and I will always remember that to be good is better than other thing

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Against a Tide of Evil

What empowers a man like Mukesh Kapila to stand up and be counted and to act alone in the face of global indifference and venalityKapila’s story reads like a knife edge international thriller as he risks all to use the powers at his disposal to bring to justice those responsible for the first mass murder of the twenty first century the Darfur genocid. A book you cannot stop reading to its end An incentive to make the decision to raise one s voice to take action and refuse to just be a bystander to be one of those good men who refuses to do something about correcting a horrible wrong It is a very personal account of humility realizing what his calling truly is and not letting go nor letting himself be bought out A Humanitarian in its full extent of the word An admirable individual worthy of my deepest admiration

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In this no holds barred account the former head of the United Nations in Sudan reveals for the first time the shocking depths of evil plumbed by those who designed and orchestrated ‘the final solution’ in DarfurA veteran of humanitarian crisis and ethnic cleansing in Ira Rwanda Srebrenica Afghanistan and Sierra Leone Dr Mukesh Kapila arrived in Sud. This memoir of Kapila s time as head of the UN in Sudan is brutal and tragic It s also suspenseful and I stayed up late for several nights reading to see what would happen next If you want to learn what happened in Darfur through the story of one man s involvement in the horrible mess you ll enjoy this book I was left though still wondering why it all happened From this account it seems the government in Khartoum decided to kill thousands of people and drive them from their homes simply because they were black which is possible but I suspect there must also have been political or economic reasons I finished the book disgusted with the world s response to Darfur and especially with the United Nations It left me puzzling over an organizational culture that apparently thought the right thing to do about the Khartoum sponsored mass murders and mass rapes and mass displacements in Darfur was to keep uiet to avoid offending Khartoum I can t see how this could ever be justified but then I m a journalist and therefore biased toward making things public In any case I m glad Kapila broke the code and alerted the press to what was going on Unfortunately it sounds like all the publicity and the UN Security Council action and International Criminal Court indictments of Khartoum leaders that followed hasn t stopped the killing in Sudan Maybe all the people involved in raising awareness about Khartoum s crimes and providing succor for Khartoum s victims should instead or also be raising money to uietly hire a Blackwater like mercenary military contractor to enforce no fly zones in the parts of Sudan that Khartoum continues to brutalize And perhaps provide arms and training to the anti Khartoum forces in those areas so they can defend themselves Sure it d be illegal but who s going to oppose it with than just angry rhetoric


10 thoughts on “Against a Tide of Evil

  1. says:

    This memoir of Kapila's time as head of the UN in Sudan is brutal and tragic It's also suspenseful and I stayed up late for several nights reading to see what would happen next If you want to learn what happened in Darfur through the story of one man's involvement in the horrible mess you'll enjoy this book I was left though still wondering w

  2. says:

    Mukesh is a truly extraordinary man and this is a truly extraordinary book It demands a truly extraordinary response not just in Darfur and Nuba but wherever rights are curtailed people are exploited and the violent reign An extraordinary response from those who have the power to bring these abuses to an end May they al

  3. says:

    This is a very important book for everyone who is interested in working in conflict resolution It gives good ins

  4. says:

    This book is the best read from this yearThis book steal my heart and I will always remember that to be good is better than other thing

  5. says:

    As a humanitarian UN worker currently working with Darfur refugees on the Chadian border I sometimes wonder what could have been avoided to bring the than 300000 Darfuri refugees to be living so close physically yet so far political solution to the crisis to their homeland This book brings part of the answersI have read most of the reviews and will avoid repeating what has been said about the Darfur story itself I ten

  6. says:

    I bought this book after I sat through the humanitarian panel discussion at Dubai Lit Festival 2015 Not many people advocate that if those in leadership positions know that they will be accountable for the bad decisions they make or no decisions they will think ten times before they do Who will make them accountable? It's the masses You and me he said Kapila is very critical of the system the UNwestern governments and its people who worry

  7. says:

    An honest memoirs in which he also criticized himself but has no doubt about his act of whistleblowing The UN was supposed to be neutral and apolitical and to his bosses it seemed a peace keeping force would never be let in to Darfur In the short term in 2004 he achieved his objective in forcing the UN to act I

  8. says:

    A book you cannot stop reading to its end An incentive to make the decision to raise one's voice to take action and refuse t

  9. says:

    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing” That's all I have to say

  10. says:

    The horrors of Rwanda are repeated in Darfur in spite of what we had learned One man Mukesh Kapila a representative of the UN realizes what is happening and tries to save Darfur from genocide He is thwarted at every junctu

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