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 ^

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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<Aafia Siddiqui
“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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