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Cold War Radio #116

Posted: October 31, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Most Germans now consider the spread of Islamization as the greatest threat to Germany

WISCONSIN ‘dhimmi’ politician apologizes for telling the truth about Muslim Student Association

Russian Arms Sales to Syria, Iran Add to Middle East Instability

‘No One Has The Guts To Sell Submarines To Taiwan’ As China Pressures Pentagon

Today in Cold War History
1952 – The U.S. detonated its first hydrogen bomb.
1954 – The Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN) began a revolt against French rule.
1956 – Rear Admiral G.J. Dufek became the first person to land an airplane at the South Pole. Dufek also became the first person to set foot on the South Pole.
1956 : Following Egypt’s decision to nationalise the Suez Canal Britain and France begin bombing Egypt to force the reopening of the Suez Canal
1959 – Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine from Fort Worth, TX, announced that he would never return to the U.S. At the time he was in Moscow, Russia.
1961 – In the Soviet Union, the body of Joseph Stalin was removed from Lenin’s Tomb where it was on public display.
1964 : The Berlin wall was opened up for the second time yesterday for West Germans to visit relatives in East Germany and by nightfall 20,000 had passed through the communist controls. The visits are only allowed one way from west to east due to concerns of the East German Government that it’s subjects would not return.
1968 : After 5 months of negotiations making no progress President Lyndon Johnson orders an end to rolling thunder, The U.S. bombing of North Vietnam in the hopes this would bring an end to the fighting and provide a negotiated settlement.
1971 : An IRA bomb explodes in the Post Office tower causing extensive damage but no injuries
1973 – Mountjoy Prison helicopter escape. Three Provisional Irish Republican Army members escape from Mountjoy Prison, Dublin, Republic of Ireland aboard a hijacked helicopter that lands in the exercise yard.
1983 – The U.S. Defense Department acknowledged that during the U.S. led invasion of Grenada, that a U.S. Navy plane had mistakenly bombed a civilian hospital.
1984 – Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is assassinated by two Sikh security guards. Riots break out in New Delhi and other cities and nearly 10,000 Sikhs are killed.

Why it’s time for Libertarians to Vote for Republicans

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Cold War Radio #115

Posted: October 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Grayson kids get EBT, live in moldy sewage laden house.

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The GOP’s Message Problem

How Ebola Killed Democratic Party

Police Hunt Former Head Teacher Of Florida Islamic School Accused Of Raping Students And Leaving One Needing ‘Surgical Repair’

US Envoy: To Defeat The Islamic State, We Must “Tell THe Story Of How We Celebrate Islam”

Today in Cold War History
1955 – The Soviet battleship Novorossiysk strikes a World War II mine in the harbor at Sevastopol.
1956 – Suez Crisis begins: Israeli forces invade the Sinai Peninsula and push Egyptian forces back toward the Suez Canal.
1957 – Israel’s prime minister David Ben-Gurion and five of his ministers are injured when a hand grenade is tossed into Israel’s parliament, the Knesset.
1964 – The largest star sapphire in the world, the Star of India, was stolen from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Fortunately, the gem was later found, unharmed.
1966 – The National Organization for Women was founded.
1969 : The first host-to-host connection over the ARPANET ( predecessor of the Internet ) is made when the first message is sent between two computers at University of California, Los Angeles
1972 – The three surviving perpetrators of the Munich massacre are released from prison in exchange for the hostages of hijacked Lufthansa Flight 615.
1980 – Demonstration flight of a secretly modified C-130 for an Iran hostage crisis rescue attempt ends in crash landing at Eglin Air Force Base’s Duke Field, Florida leading to cancellation of Operation Credible Sport.
1983 : The largest mass demonstration in Dutch history when 500,000 people demonstrate against against the deployment of cruise missiles on Netherland soil.
1990 – The U.N. Security Council voted to hold Saddam Hussein’s regime liable for human rights abuses and war damages during its occupation of Kuwait.
1991 – The U.S. Galileo spacecraft became the first to visit an asteroid (Gaspra).
1991 – Trade sanctions were imposed on Haiti by the U.S. to pressure the new leaders to restore the ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to power.

After Spending Billions on Green ‘Technology,’ Britain Faces Blackouts

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Cold War Radio #114

Posted: October 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Chicago Black Pastor Flooded With Death Threats Over His Endorsement Of GOP Candidate

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Chicago Black Pastor Flooded With Death Threats Over His Endorsement Of GOP Candidate: “You Sellout Uncle Tom Ass N*gger”…

50 years ago today, Ronald Reagan gave a speech that ‘changed America forever’

US journalist murdered after exposing Turkey’s support for the Islamic State

Assad’s Warnings Start To Ring True In Turkey

Today in Cold War History
1954 – Benjamin O. Davis Jr. becomes the first African-American general in the United States Air Force.
1961 – NASA tests the first Saturn I rocket in Mission Saturn-Apollo 1.
1962 – Major Rudolf Anderson of the United States Air Force becomes the only direct human casualty of the Cuban missile crisis when his U-2 reconnaissance airplane is shot down in Cuba by a Soviet-supplied SA-2 Guideline surface-to-air missile.
1962 – A plane carrying Enrico Mattei, post-war Italian administrator, crashes in mysterious circumstances.
1964 – Ronald Reagan delivers a speech on behalf of Republican candidate for president, Barry Goldwater. The speech launched his political career and came to be known as “A Time for Choosing”.
1964 : A twin-engine A3D bomber crashed into a group of buildings at El Centro Naval Air Facility in California, during a Navy Day air show killing nine and leaving many more injured.
1978 – Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin were named winners of the Nobel Peace Prize for their progress toward achieving a Middle East accord.
1981 – The Soviet submarine U 137 runs aground on the east coast of Sweden.
1986 – The United Kingdom government suddenly deregulates financial markets, leading to a total restructuring of the way in which they operate in the country, in an event now referred to as the Big Bang.
1988 – Ronald Reagan decides to tear down the new U.S. Embassy in Moscow because of Soviet listening devices in the building structure.
1991 – Turkmenistan achieves independence from the Soviet Union.

US Embassy in Moscow Faces Cold War-Era Harassment

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Cold War Radio #113

Posted: October 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

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New York, New Jersey Set Up Mandatory Quarantine Requirement Amid Ebola Threat

Gen. Hayden: US Troops in Iraq Could Have Altered Regional Politics

U.S., Allies Scramble Jets Almost Daily To Repel Russian Incursions

Valerie Jarrett Key Player in Fast and Furious Cover-Up After Holder Lied to Congress

Today in Cold War History
1947 – Walt Disney testifies before the House Un-American Activities Committee, naming Disney employees he believes to be communists.
1948 – Bernard M Baruch introduces term “Cold War”
1949 – The cornerstone of the United Nations Headquarters is laid.
1954 – Dwight D. Eisenhower pledges United States support to South Vietnam.
1956 – Soviet troops invade Hungary, Imre Nagy becomes PM of Hungary
1957 – The USAF starts the X-20 Dyna-Soar program.
1960 – Nedelin catastrophe: An R-16 ballistic missile explodes on the launch pad at the Soviet Union’s Baikonur Cosmodrome space facility, killing over 100. Among the dead is Field Marshal Mitrofan Nedelin, whose death is reported to have occurred in a plane crash
1962 – Cuban missile crisis: US blockade of Cuba begins
1964 – Belgian paratroops liberate 1,000 white hostages in Stanleyville
1968 – The People’s Democracy (PD) stage a protest demonstration at Stormont Parliament buildings, Belfast, Northern Ireland
1973 – Yom Kippur War ends.
1980 – The government of Poland legalizes the Solidarity trade union.
1986 – Nezar Hindawi is sentenced to 45 years in prison, the longest sentence handed down by a British court, for the attempted bombing on an El Al flight at Heathrow. After the verdict, the United Kingdom breaks diplomatic relations with Syria, claiming that Hindawi is helped by Syrian officials.
1990 – Italian prime minister Giulio Andreotti reveals to the Italian parliament the existence of Gladio, the Italian “stay-behind” clandestine paramilitary NATO army, which was implicated in false flag terrorist attacks implicating communists and anarchists as part of the strategy of tension from the late 1960s to early 1980s.

Ineligible DACA Beneficiaries Discovered on NC Voting Rolls

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Cold War Radio #112

Posted: October 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Concealed Carrier Publicly Outed By C̶o̶n̶c̶e̶r̶n̶e̶d̶ ̶p̶a̶r̶e̶n̶t̶ Leftist.

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Show Notes:

Karl Rove: Weapon of Mass Delusion

Our Hundred Years’ War

Mark Steyn: Doesn’t Matter If GOP Win Midterms, Liberals Winning ‘Other 364 Days,’ Culture Wars

Six Questions With Geert Wilders

Today in Cold War History
1954 – West Germany joins North Atlantic Treaty Organization
1957 – Vietnam War: First United States casualties in Vietnam.
1962 : In a speech to the American people John F Kennedy told the audience that American Spy Planes had discovered Soviet Missile bases in Cuba, and that these missile bases when complete would be able to launch missiles capable of striking a number of US cities, he told the people that America could not allow these missile bases to be finished and would pursue any action necessary including military action to protect the nation. He informed the American people that the first stage was to place a naval quarantine on the waters around Cuba.
This is known in history as the ” Cuban Missile Crisis ” and took the world to the brink of nuclear war with US forces going to DEFCON 2 in preparation to full scale war. America realized that the missile launchers construction was continuing and decided that a full scale invasion of Cuba would be needed to stop the missile bases being completed, the Soviets then transmitted a proposal that all missile bases in Cuba would be dismantled in exchange for the United States not invading Cuba and dismantling Americas missile bases in Turkey.
1966 : The double agent, George Blake, escapes from prison in a daring break-out believed to have been masterminded by the Soviet Union.
1968 – Apollo program: Apollo 7 safely splashes down in the Atlantic Ocean after orbiting the Earth 163 times.
1972 – Vietnam War: In Saigon, Henry Kissinger and South Vietnamese President Nguyễn Văn Thiệu meet to discuss a proposed cease-fire that had been worked out between Americans and North Vietnamese in Paris.
1975 – The Soviet unmanned space mission Venera 9 lands on Venus.
1981 – The United States Federal Labor Relations Authority votes to decertify the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization for its strike the previous August.

Concealed Carrier Publicly Outed By Concerned parent

 

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Cold War Radio #111

Posted: October 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

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UNDERWATER THREAT - SWEDEN

 

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U.S. Humanitarian Aid Going to ISIS

US Drops Arms, Ammunition To Kurds Fighting ISIS In Kobani

Boehner Slams Preparations For Executive Amnesty: Unacceptable

This Lesbian’s Daughter Has Had Enough

Today in Cold War History
1947 : The House Un American Activities Committee began investigating alleged Communist activities involving Hollywood entertainers. The house then pressured the Hollywood establishment to create a blacklist of those not cleared by the committee to ensure they did not obtain work but most continued to write using pseudonyms.
1952 : The Subversive Activities Control Board has recommended that the American Communist Party be registered with the US government and be forced to show it’s membership rostra and financial records under the internal security act of 1950.
1961 – The Soviet Union performs the first armed test of a submarine-launched ballistic missile, launching an R-13 from a Golf-class submarine.
1962 – People’s Republic of China launches simultaneous offensives in Ladakh and across the McMahon Line, igniting the Sino-Indian War.
1967 : More than 10,000 protesters took to the streets of Oakland, California on the fifth day of demonstrations in protest against American involvement in the Vietnam War.
1968 : Jackie Kennedy marries Greek multimillionaire Aristotle Onassis on his privately owned island paradise part of the Greek Islands.
1973 : President Nixon fired special prosecutor Archibold Cox and abolished the Watergate prosecution force. He also accepted the resignation of Attorney General Elliot L Richardson and fired all his deputies.
1981 – Two police officers and an armored car guard are killed during an armed robbery in Rockland County, New York, carried out by members of the Black Liberation Army and Weather Underground.
1983 : The Prime Minister of Grenada, Maurice Bishop, is shot dead by the armed forces at the Caribbean island’s military headquarters .
1986 – Tupolev-134 crashes in Southern Africa
1987 – 10 die as US Air Force jet crashed into a Ramada Inn near Indianapolis
1988 – Man armed with explosives blows himself up in 125 St subway station (NYC)

Sweden Hunts for Source of Underwater Signals

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Cold War Radio #110

Posted: October 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

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The Collective Suicide Of Conservative Talk-Radio

Ebola: First, Do No Harm

The Democrats’ War Against the War on Terror and the Battle Plan For Defeating the Left

Putin Threatens United States: Russian President Warns Of ‘Nuclear Consequences’

Today in Cold War History
1947: Britain and Burma signed an agreement today giving Burma full independence outside of the British Commonwealth if it chooses. This ends 300 years of British Rule over the country.
1960 – US & Britain sign accord for nuclear sub bases
1961: Paris police shoot and kill more than 200 Algerians marching in the city in support of peace talks to end their country’s war of independence against France.
1973 – The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) began an oil-embargo against several countries including the U.S. and Great Britain. The incident stemmed from Western support of Israel when Egypt and Syria attacked the nation on October 6, 1973. The embargo lasted until March of 1974.
1975 – 1st Space Shuttle main engine test at Natl Space Tech Labs, Miss
1975 – UN passes resolution saying “Zionism is a form of racism”
1977 – German Autumn: Four days after it is hijacked, Lufthansa Flight 181 lands in Mogadishu, Somalia, where a team of German GSG 9 commandos later rescues all remaining hostages on board.
1978 – U.S. President Carter signed a bill that restored full U.S. citizenship rights to Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
1979 Mother Teresa awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
1979 – Pres Carter signs legislation creating Dept of Education
1979 “1,800 Marines landed in Guantanamo Bay as a demonstration of naval power in the wake of the Soviet refusal to withdraw the Russian combat brigade in Cuba.”
1986 – US Senate approved immigration bill prohibiting hiring of illegal aliens & offered amnesty to illegals who entered prior to 1982
The German Autumn was a set of events in late 1977, associated with the kidnapping and murder of industrialist Hanns Martin Schleyer, president of the Confederation of German Employers’ Associations and the Federation of German Industries , by the Red Army Faction (RAF), and the hijacking of the Lufthansa airplane “Landshut” by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). They demanded the release of ten RAF members detained at the Stammheim Prison plus two Palestinian compatriots held in Turkey and US$15 million in exchange for the hostages. The assassination of Siegfried Buback, the attorney-general of West Germany on 7 April 1977, and the failed kidnapping and murder of the banker Jürgen Ponto on 30 July 1977, marked the beginning of the German Autumn. It ended on 18 October, with the liberation of the “Landshut”, the deaths of the leading figures of the first generation of the RAF in their prison cells, and the death of Schleyer.

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