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Cold War Radio #89

Posted: August 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Women Volunteer for Sexual Jihad with Islamic State

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In town halls, U.S. lawmakers hear voter anger over illegal migrants
Ukraine accuses Russia of sending in tanks, armor

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Marched to their deaths: Sickening ISIS slaughter continues as 250 soldiers captured at Syrian airbase are stripped then led to the desert for mass execution
Yazidis still stranded on Mount Sinjar: ‘We need weapons now more than food or water’
Today in Cold War History for august 29
1949 – Soviet atomic bomb project: The Soviet Union tests its first atomic bomb, known as First Lightning or Joe 1, at Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan.
1949: Radio Moscow has announced today that it has met with 7 communist countries including 4 that border with Yugoslavia over the Tito Question, meanwhile 400 communist tanks and 400,000 Russian troops have massed on the border with Yugoslavia in Hungary.
1950 – International Olympic Committee votes to admit West Germany & Japan in 1952
1950 – Korean War: British troops arrive in Korea to bolster the US presence there.
1956 – French government routes troops to Cyprus near Suez crisis
1958 – United States Air Force Academy opens in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
1962 – US U-2 flight sees SAM launch pads in Cuba
1965 – The Gemini V spacecraft returns to Earth, landing in the Atlantic ocean.
1986 – Morocco king Hassan II signs unity treaty with Libya
1988 – USSR launches 3 cosmonauts (Valery Polyakav, 1 Afghan) to station Mir
1990 – C-5 transport plane crashes at Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany, killing 13
1990 – Saddam Hussein declares America can’t beat Iraq
1991 – Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union suspends all activities of the Soviet Communist Party.
Mexican president calls US ‘the other Mexico’; warns US govs to back immigration ‘reform’
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Cold War Radio #88

Posted: August 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

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SHOW NOTES:
Ukraine crisis: Nato plans east European bases to counter Russia
Russia admits its soldiers have been caught in Ukraine
The Islamic State Has Nothing to Do With Islam?
The Obama Caliphate
Today in Cold War History for August 29
1950 General Foods blacklists Jean Muir of Aldrich Family as a communist
1952 Reparation negotiations between West Germany and Israel end in Luxembourg; West Germany to pay 3 billion Deutschmark.
1959 “Off Cape Canaveral, FL, USS Observation Island (EAG-154) makes first shipboard launching of a Polaris missile.”
1962 – The Mariner 2 unmanned space mission is launched to Venus by NASA.
1971 – An attempted coup d’état fails in the African nation of Chad. The Government of Chad accuses Egypt of playing a role in the attempt and breaks off diplomatic relations.
1972 – North Vietnam’s major port at Haiphong saw the first bombings from U.S. warplanes.
1975 – The Governor of Portuguese Timor abandons its capital, Dili, and flees to Atauro Island, leaving control to a rebel group.
1979 – A Provisional Irish Republican Army bomb kills British retired admiral Louis Mountbatten and three others while they are boating on holiday in Sligo, Republic of Ireland. Shortly after, 18 British Army soldiers are killed in an ambush near Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland.
1981 “Salvage divers recover a million dollars in cash and jewels from the wreckage of the Andrea Doria, sunk in 1965.”
1982 – Turkish military diplomat Colonel Atilla Altıkat is shot and killed in Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. Justice Commandos of the Armenian Genocide claim responsibility, saying they are avenging the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians in the 1915 Armenian Genocide.
1984 – U.S. President Ronald Reagan announced that the first citizen to go into space would be a teacher. The teacher that was eventually chosen was Christa McAuliffe. She died in the Challenger disaster on January 28, 1986.
1985 – The Nigerian government is peacefully overthrown by Army Chief of Staff Major General Ibrahim Babangida.
1990 – The U.S. State Department ordered the expulsion of 36 Iraqi diplomats.
1991 – The European Community recognizes the independence of the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
1991 – Moldova declares independence from the USSR.
Justice Dept. opens new asylum gate for Guatemalans

 

Cold War Radio #87

Posted: August 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Islamic State Captures Major Air Base in Syria From Government
Libyan capital under Islamist control after Tripoli airport seized
CIA intelligence on Islam heavily-influenced by Saudis and Wahhabis
Russian tanks, armored vehicles enter southeast Ukraine
Today in Cold War History
1950 – President Harry Truman orders the U.S. Army to seize control of the nation’s railroads to avert a strike.
1952 – Puerto Rico becomes a US commonwealth
1955 – Last Soviet forces leave Austria
1956: President Nasser has come up with an alternative plan for the Suez canal offering guaranteed unimpeded shipping through the Suez canal
1967 : George Lincoln Rockwell, the leader of the American Nazi party has been shot and killed by a sniper at a shopping centre in Arlington, Virginia. George Lincoln Rockwell founded the American Nazi Party in 1959 which was originally known as the World Union of Free Enterprise and National Socialists.
1980 – Zimbabwe joins the United Nations.
1981 – Voyager 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Saturn
1983 – The U.S. and the Soviet Union signed a $10 billion grain pact.
1988 – Iran and Iraq began talks in Geneva after ending their eight years of war.
1989 – Voyager 2 spacecraft makes its closest approach to Neptune, the second to last planet in the Solar System at the time.
1990 – Military action was authorized by the United Nations to enforce the trade embargo that had been placed on Iraq after their invasion of Kuwait.
1991 – Belarus gains its independence from the Soviet Union
1991 – Norway & Denmark recognize independence of former USSR Baltic republics
1991 – The Battle of Vukovar begins. An 87-day siege of a Croatian city by the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA), supported by various Serbian paramilitary forces, between August–November, during the Croatian War of Independence
Islam’s Rich ‘Part of America’s History’

Cold War Radio #86

Posted: August 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Ladies night! “The Women of Jihad”

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Khadijah Dare,A female jihadist from London has vowed to become the first female to behead a western prisoner in Syria.

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“Petite mother-of-three Aafia Siddiqui is currently serving 86 years in a Texas jail after being arrested with plans for a ‘mass casualty attack’ in the US, including infecting people with Ebola and a dirty bomb.”Tune in tonight and meet these ladies of jihad and what they have planned for the infidels.
“Mohammed is God’s apostle.  Those who follow him are harsh
to the unbelievers but merciful to one another”  Quran 48:29
Show Notes:
CHAIR OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: ‘OPEN BORDERS,’ ‘IMMIGRATION ISSUES’ MAKING ISIS IMMEDIATE THREAT
ISIS offered to swap Foley for ‘Lady al Qaeda’: Terrorists wanted scientist who was caught with plans for ‘mass casualty attack’ with a dirty bomb, Ebola, and a chemical weapon ‘that spared children’
James Foley murder: British woman vows to become first female to behead western prisoner in Syria
“Twice as many’ UK Muslims fighting for Islamic State than in UK armed forces
Today in Cold War History for August 22
1954: A build up of red air power made the American army withdraw four out of six U.S. military units from South Korea. After President Syngman Ree leaked the information to the south, protests erupted in the streets of the capitalist nation. The U.S. tried to restrain Ree from trying to liberate communist North Korea by himself with his 700,000 soldiers.
1961 – Ida Siekmann dies attempting to cross the Berlin Wall.
1962 – An attempt to assassinate French president Charles de Gaulle fails.
1962 “The NS Savannah, the world’s first nuclear-powered cargo ship, completes its maiden voyage.”
1963 – American Joe Walker in an X-15 test plane reaches an altitude of 106 km (66 mi).
1968 : Czechs protest against Soviet invasion In Prague and at the United Nations headquarters in New York City .
1971 – J. Edgar Hoover and John Mitchell announce the arrest of 20 of the Camden 28.
1972 – Rhodesia is expelled by the IOC for its racist policies.
1973 – The Congress of Chile votes in favour of a resolution condemning President Salvador Allende’s government and demands him to resign or else be unseated through force and new elections be called. The first demand is executed eighteen days later in a bloody coup d’etat, commencing 17 years of military rule.
1978 – The Sandinista National Liberation Front (FLSN) occupies national palace in Nicaragua.
1990 Scores of angry smokers block street near Moscow’s Red Square for hours to protest summer-long cigarette shortage.
1990 – U.S. President George H.W. Bush signed an order for calling reservists to aid in the build up of troops in the Persian Gulf.
1991 – Mikhail S. Gorbachev returned to Moscow after the collapse of the hard-liners’ coup. On the same day he purged the men that had tried to oust him.
You Do Realize that the U.S. Funded and Trained ISIS, Right?

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Cold War Radio #85

Posted: August 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Kurds deploy new weapon…….women.

REPORT: U.S. DEPLOYS ‘SPECIALLY-FORMED ELITE MILITARY UNIT’ TO HUNT DOWN ISIS HEAD
Al Sharpton to Headline Annual CAIR Banquet
AQAP announces support for ISIL
The Ingenious Way Kurdish Forces Are Battling ISIS, and Winning
Today in Cold War History for August 20
1948 – US expels Soviet Consul General in New York, Jacob Lomakin
1950 – Korean War: United Nations repel an offensive by North Korean divisions attempting to cross the Naktong River and assault the city of Taegu.
1953 – Russia publicly acknowledges hydrogen bomb test detonation
1955 – In Morocco, a force of Berbers from the Atlas Mountains region of Algeria raid two rural settlements and kill 77 French nationals.
1960 – USSR recovers 2 dogs, 1st living organisms to return from space
1962 – The NS Savannah, the world’s first nuclear-powered civilian ship, embarks on its maiden voyage.
1964 – A $1 billion anti-poverty measure was signed by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson
1968 – The Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact nations began invading Czechoslovakia to crush the “Prague Spring” liberalization.
1975 – Viking Program: NASA launches the Viking 1 planetary probe toward Mars.
1977 – Voyager Program: NASA launches the Voyager 2 spacecraft.
1988 – Iran–Iraq War: a ceasefire is agreed after almost eight years of war.
1988 – The Troubles: Eight British Army soldiers are killed and 28 wounded when their bus is hit by a Provisional Irish Republican Army roadside bomb in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
1991 – Dissolution of the Soviet Union, August Coup: more than 100,000 people rally outside the Soviet Union’s parliament building protesting the coup aiming to depose President Mikhail Gorbachev.
1991 – Estonia, annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940, issues a decision on the re-establishment of independence on the basis of historical continuity of its pre-World War II statehood.
China troops enter disputed India territory: sources

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Cold War Radio #85

Posted: August 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Iraq forces retake Mosul Dam; militants deny claim
Obama Has No Right to Punish Israel
Sainsbury’s strips kosher food from its shelves over fear of attacks by anti-Israeli protesters picketing as Gaza demonstrators run amok in Tesco branch
Emboldened by their victim’s fear and inaction, Islamist thugs running wild in Sweden
Today in Cold War History for August 18
1947 – Naval torpedo & mine factory explodes at Cadiz, Spain killing 300
1950 – Julien Lahaut, the chairman of the Communist Party of Belgium is assassinated by far-right elements.
1965 – Vietnam War: Operation Starlite begins – United States Marines destroy a Viet Cong stronghold on the Van Tuong peninsula in the first major American ground battle of the war.
1966 – The first pictures of earth taken from moon orbit were sent back to the U.S.
1966 – Vietnam War: the Battle of Long Tan ensues after a patrol from the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment clashes with a Viet Cong force in Phước Tuy Province.
1971 – New Zealand Prime Minister Keith Holyoake announces in Parliament that New Zealand’s combat force would be withdrawn from Vietnam before the end of the year, coinciding with a similar announcement by the Australian government
1976 – In the Korean Demilitarized Zone at Panmunjom, the Axe murder incident results in the death of two US soldiers.
1976 – USSR’s Luna 24 soft-lands on Moon
1977 – Steve Biko is arrested at a police roadblock under the Terrorism Act No 83 of 1967 in King William’s Town, South Africa. He would later die of the injuries sustained during this arrest bringing attention to South Africa’s apartheid policies.
1979 – Iran Ayatollah Khomeini demands Saint War against Kurds
1989 – Leading presidential hopeful Luis Carlos Galán is assassinated near Bogotá in Colombia.
1990 – The first shots were fired by the U.S. in the Persian Gulf Crisis when a U.S. frigate fired rounds across the bow of an Iraqi oil tanker.
1991 – An unsuccessful coup was attempted in against President Mikhail S. Gorbachev. The Soviet hard-liners were responsible. Gorbechev and his family were effectively imprisoned for three days while vacationing in Crimea.
WHY DOES RAND PAUL KEEP PLAYING THE RACE CARD?

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Cold War Radio #83

Posted: August 15, 2014 in Uncategorized

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‘ISIS want to impregnate Yazidi women and smash our blond bloodline’

SHOW NOTES:
The Fifth Crusade ?
Morsi’s wife threatens to publish letters from Hillary Clinton, exposing “special relationship” between Muslim Brotherhood and Obama Administration
Sisi receives offer of fighter jets, helicopters, weapons on Russia visit
Heavy fighting in Mogadishu as troops disarm warlord’s militia
Today in Cold War History for August 15
1945 – World War II: Japan surrenders to end the war.
1947 – India gains Independence from the British Indian Empire after near 190 years of Crown rule and joins the Commonwealth of Nations.
1947 – Founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah is sworn in as first Governor-General of Pakistan in Karachi.
1948 – The Republic of Korea is established south of the 38th parallel north.
1960 – Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) becomes independent from France.
1961 – East German workers began construction of the Berlin Wall.
1961 – Border guard Conrad Schumann flees from East Germany while on duty guarding the construction of the Berlin Wall.
1962 – James Joseph Dresnok defects to North Korea after running across the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Dresnok still resides in the capital, Pyongyang.
1963 – President Fulbert Youlou is overthrown in the Republic of the Congo, after a three-day uprising in the capital.
1966 – Radio Free Asia (South Korea) begins radio transmission
1971 – President Richard Nixon completes the break from the gold standard by ending convertibility of the United States dollar into gold by foreign investors.
1971 – Bahrain gains independence from the United Kingdom.
1973 – Vietnam War: The United States bombing of Cambodia ends.
1974 – South Korean President Park Chung-Hee escapes assassination
1984 – The Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Turkey starts a campaign of armed attacks upon the Turkish military with an attack on police and gendarmerie bases in Şemdinli and Eruh
1989 – US Venus probe Magellan launched from Space shuttle

‘ISIS want to impregnate Yazidi women and smash our blond bloodline’: Fears grow for the 300 women kidnapped from Sinjar

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