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Cold War Radio #128

Posted: November 28, 2014 in Uncategorized

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The Strange Case of Ferguson Witness 40

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The Strange Case of Ferguson Witness 40

Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton increasingly walking away from Obama

New Russian Stealth Jet Fighter Called ‘Super Weapon’ Giving Russia Edge Over U.S. In Skies

Energy Revolution Spells Doom For German Village

Today in Cold War History
1956 : The British government has released further details of it’s proposed petrol rationing to begin next month. Personal drivers will be allowed sufficient petrol for to drive 200 miles per month or about 2 gallons of petrol per week and businesses will receive and extra 4 gallons per month.
1964 – Mariner program: NASA launches the Mariner 4 probe toward Mars.
1964 – Vietnam War: National Security Council members agree to recommend that U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson adopt a plan for a two-stage escalation of bombing in North Vietnam.
1965 – Vietnam War: In response to U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson’s call for “more flags” in Vietnam, Philippine President-elect Ferdinand Marcos announces he will send troops to help fight in South Vietnam.
1971 – Wasfi al-Tal, Prime Minister of Jordan, is assassinated by the Black September unit of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
1972 – Last executions in Paris: Claude Buffet and Roger Bontems are guillotined at La Santé Prison. The chief executioner is André Obrecht.
1975 – East Timor declares its independence from Portugal.
1980 – Iran–Iraq War: Operation Morvarid – The bulk of the Iraqi Navy is destroyed by the Iranian Navy in the Persian Gulf. (Commemorated in Iran as Navy Day.)
1983 : Leaders headed from Tripoli, Lebanon to Syria for a scheduled meeting. They were working on a plan to evacuate Palestinian guerrillas before battle conditions worsened.
1987 – South African Airways Flight 295 crashes into the Indian Ocean, killing all 159 people on board.
1989 – Cold War: Velvet Revolution – In the face of protests, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia announces it will give up its monopoly on political power.
1990 : Margaret Thatcher formally tenders her resignation to the Queen and leaves Downing Street for the last time.
1991 – South Ossetia declares independence from Georgia.

Japanese Newspaper Retracts Term ‘Sex Slaves’ From Wartime Coverage

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Cold War Radio #127

Posted: November 26, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Obamacare Offers Firms $3,000 Incentive To Hire Illegals Over Native-Born Workers

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Black Mob Violence Now a Sickness

Federal Judge rules that an ‘expert’ CANNOT testify that ‘Islamic Jew Hatred’ is false

Five Ways Congress Should Respond To Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Obamacare Offers Firms $3,000 Incentive To Hire Illegals Over Native-Born Workers

Today in Cold War History
1950 : The Chinese army counter attack into Korea driving 16 miles behind the U.N. lines
1965 – In the Hammaguir launch facility in the Sahara Desert, France launches a Diamant-A rocket with its first satellite, Asterix-1, on board.
1968 – Vietnam War: United States Air Force helicopter pilot James P. Fleming rescues an Army Special Forces unit pinned down by Viet Cong fire. He is later awarded the Medal of Honor.
1969 – Lottery for Selective Service draftees bill signed by President Nixon
1973 : A Dutch jumbo Boeing 747 jet that had been hijacked landed safely in Libya. The 247 passengers along with 17 crew members all survived.
1973 – Rose Mary Woods, U.S. President Richard Nixon’s personal secretary, told a federal court she had accidentally erased over eighteen minutes of a ‘Watergate tape’ made June 20, 1972. The recording was of a crucial conversation at an Oval-Office meeting between Nixon and Chief of Staff Bob Haldeman just three days after the Watergate break-in.
1975 – US Federal jury finds Lynette Fromme guilty of attempted assassination
1977 – An unidentified hijacker named Vrillon, claiming to be the representative of the “Ashtar Galactic Command”, takes over Britain’s Southern Television for six minutes, starting at 5:12 pm.
1983 : Six gunmen break into the Brinks Mat warehouse at the Heathrow Airport making off with three tons of gold bars valued at $37.5 million.
1986 – Iran–Contra affair: U.S. President Ronald Reagan announces the members of what will become known as the Tower Commission.
1990 – US proposes addition to UN resolution that would require Iraq’s withdrawal from Kuwait by January 1
1990 – The Delta II rocket makes its maiden flight.

House Report Says CIA Monitored Arms Shipments to Syria

Cold War Radio #126

Posted: November 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Hagel Purged

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In interviews, Finland’s leaders see peril in standoff between Russia and the West

Major Blowback From Obama’s Insult To Australia At The G20 In Brisbane

Sun sets on Opec dominance in new era of lower oil prices

White House Quietly Releases Plans For 3,415 Regulations Ahead Of Thanksgiving Holiday

Today in Cold War History
1947 “Red Scare: After the so-called Hollywood 10 refuse to co-operate with the House Un-American Activities Committee concerning allegations of Communist influence in the movie industry, the United States House of Representatives votes 346 to 17 to approve citations of contempt of Congress against them.”
1954 Air Force One, 1st U.S. Presidential airplane, christened
1963: Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy, is shot to death by Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner.
1963: Lyndon B. Johnson, confirms the US will continue to provide military and economic support to South Vietnam.
1965 – Joseph-Désiré Mobutu seizes power in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and becomes President; he rules the country (which he renames Zaire in 1971) for over 30 years, until being overthrown by rebels in 1997.
1969 : The Apollo 12 spacecraft returns to Earth , splashing down in the Pacific Ocean
1971 – It was a dark, freezing-cold, rainy Thanksgiving eve when Dan Cooper, now better known as D.B. Cooper, boarded a Northwest Orient airliner in Portland, Oregon. The chain-smoking Cooper, in his mid-forties, wore dark glasses, a dark suit and tie, and white shirt. He carried a black briefcase containing what resembled a bomb, using it to hijack the Boeing 727 plane. Cooper demanded and received $200,000, then parachuted from the plane over the Cascade Mountains in Southwestern Washington, never to be seen again. ($5,880 of the loot was found on the banks of the Columbia River in 1980.) Cooper left several lasting contributions … the mystery: why did he do it, did he survive, and if so, where did he go and what did he do with the rest of the money; and a new aircraft design called the “Cooper Vane”, a device that prevents the tail stairways on Boeing 727s from being lowered while in flight (Cooper’s escape route).
1974 Gerald Ford and Leonid Brezhnev signs SALT-2-treaty
1979 U.S. admits troops in Vietnam were exposed to the toxic Agent Orange
1981 1st air-launched cruise missile tested
1983 PLO exchanges 6 Israeli prisoners for 4,500 Palestinians and Lebanese

South Pacific Islands Prepare To Sue French Government For $1billion Over Nuclear Tests

Cold War Radio #125

Posted: November 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Republicans Leave Town Without A Plan To Fight Obama

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Show Notes:

Shutdown Hangover for GOP?

You Are Being Played

THE MUSLIM ANTICHRIST HAS JUST GIVEN THE MOST IMPORTANT AND SHOCKING SPEECH OF THE CENTURY

ISIS Comes To Libya

Today in Cold War History
1962 – The Chinese People’s Liberation Army declares a unilateral ceasefire in the Sino-Indian War.
1967 – Vietnam War: American General William Westmoreland tells news reporters: “I am absolutely certain that whereas in 1965 the enemy was winning, today he is certainly losing.”
1969 – U.S. President Richard Nixon and Japanese Premier Eisaku Satō agree in Washington, D.C., on the return of Okinawa to Japanese control in 1972. Under the terms of the agreement, the U.S. is to retain its rights to bases on the island, but these are to be nuclear-free.
1970 – Vietnam War: Operation Ivory Coast – A joint United States Air Force and Army team raids the Sơn Tây prisoner-of-war camp in an attempt to free American prisoners of war thought to be held there.(prisoners were moved)
1971 – Indian troops, partly aided by Mukti Bahini (Bengali guerrillas), defeat the Pakistan army in the Battle of Garibpur.
1973: Guam:The Pentagon brought back more than 100 B52 bombers to the United States. The majority of these were returned to their original nuclear striking zone prior to the U.S. bombing of Indochina.
1974 – The Birmingham pub bombings kill 21 people. The Birmingham Six are sentenced to life in prison for the crime but subsequently acquitted.
1974: Congress passes the “Freedom Of Information Act” passed over Gerald Fords Veto allowing for the full or partial disclosure of previously unreleased information and documents controlled by the United States Government.
1979: An attack on the American embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan by a mob who had been incited after listening to a radio report from the Iranian leader, Ayatollah Khomeini, saying Americans were behind the occupation of Islam’s holiest site, the Great Mosque in Mecca, leaves the Embassy burned to the ground killing a US marine.
1985: The result of communications between President Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev when they met was an agreement to speed up nuclear arms reduction negotiations. There was some disagreement, however, regarding Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative.
1986: National Security Council staff member Oliver North and his secretary, Fawn Hall, begin shredding documents that would have exposed their participation in a range of illegal activities over the sale of arms to Iran and the diversion of the proceeds to a rebel Nicaraguan group.

Islamic State Reportedly Buying Silver, Gold As It Prepares To Issue Currency

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Cold War Radio #124

Posted: November 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Obama to announce executive action on immigration Thursday

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Show Notes:

Mob Violence Protesting Grand Jury Will Be About As Spontaneous As Benghazi

The Vanishing White Democrat

How Eisenhower solved illegal border crossings from Mexico

Global Warming’s Rough Patch

Today in Cold War History
1950 – US General Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes Supreme Commander of NATO-Europe.
1963: The 100 year celebration of the famous Gettysburg Address delivered by President Lincoln’s given during the consecration of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery at the site of the Battle of Gettysburg.
1967: The Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, defends his decision to devalue the pound by lowering the exchange rate from for the Pound from $2.80 to $2.40 and has told the British people that it does not mean that the pound here in Britain, in your pocket or purse or in your bank, has been devalued, but allows us to sell our goods abroad on a more competitive basis.
1969 – Apollo program: Apollo 12 astronauts Pete Conrad and Alan Bean land at Oceanus Procellarum (the “Ocean of Storms”) and become the third and fourth humans to walk on the Moon.
1973: Senator Thomas J. McIntyre charged the major American oil companies of incompetence and selfishness. McIntyre alleged that they did not prepare for the upcoming energy crisis, and as a result have betrayed the American people.
1977: Egyptian President Anwar Sadat became the first Arab leader to set foot in Israel and received a hero’s welcome in Jerusalem but condemnation from the rest of the Arab world.
1979 : Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini orders the release of 13 female and black American hostages quoting these hostages are being released because they are “oppressed minorities” and because of “the special place of women in Islam,”.
1984 – San Juanico disaster: A series of explosions at the Pemex petroleum storage facility at San Juan Ixhuatepec in Mexico City starts a major fire and kills about 500 people.
1985 – Cold War: In Geneva, U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev meet for the first time.
1988 – Serbian communist representative and future Serbian and Yugoslav president Slobodan Milošević publicly declares that Serbia is under attack from Albanian separatists in Kosovo as well as internal treachery within Yugoslavia and a foreign conspiracy to destroy Serbia and Yugoslavia.

I Just Spent 7 Days Watching Only Russian News And Reading Pravda — Here’s What I Learned

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Cold War Radio #123

Posted: November 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

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New Report: Child Homelessness On The Rise in U.S.

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Show Notes:

GOP Rep. Hal Rogers’ Campaign Donor Stands To Profit From Executive Amnesty

Hagel Says US Speeding Up Training Of Iraqi Forces To Fight ISIS

Something Will Have To Give: Unsustainable Trends In Male /Female Ratios

Text of KGB Letter on Senator Ted Kennedy

Today in Cold War History
1947 – The Screen Actors Guild implements an anti-Communist loyalty oath.
1953: A collision in the English Channel between the Italian steamer Vittoria Claudia and the French ore carrier The Perou sinks the Vittoria Claudia so quickly that the lifeboats could not be launched leaving over 20 Italian seaman dead.

1953 – The remaining human inhabitants of the Blasket Islands, Kerry, Ireland, are evacuated to the mainland.
1967 – Vietnam War: Acting on optimistic reports that he had been given on November 13, U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson tells the nation that, while much remained to be done, “We are inflicting greater losses than we’re taking…We are making progress.”
1969 – Cold War: Negotiators from the Soviet Union and the United States meet in Helsinki, Finland to begin SALT I negotiations aimed at limiting the number of strategic weapons on both sides.
1970 – Luna programme: The Soviet Union lands Lunokhod 1 on Mare Imbrium (Sea of Rains) on the Moon. This is the first roving remote-controlled robot to land on another world and is released by the orbiting Luna 17 spacecraft.
1973 – US President Richard Nixon tells AP “…people have got to know whether or not their president is a crook. Well, I’m not a crook”
1974 – Union of Banana Exporting Countries (UPEB) forms
1977 – Egyptian Pres Sadat formally accepts invitation to visit Israel
1989 – Cold War: Velvet Revolution begins: In Czechoslovakia, a student demonstration in Prague is quelled by riot police. This sparks an uprising aimed at overthrowing the communist government (it succeeds on December 29).

Georgia: Islamic Cult Member Charged With Murder, Rape and Incest

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Cold War Radio #122

Posted: November 14, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Russia Is Threatening France With ‘Grave Consequences’

Wayne Dupree Joins the show to talk Ferguson and #RestoreTheDream2014122a

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Organizers hold training for non-violent Ferguson protests, plan ‘shutdown’ of Clayton

Behind the Don’t Shoot Coalition in Ferguson

It’s Time to #RestoreTheDream2014

Don’t Shoot Coalition In Ferguson: A Facade For Progressive Social Activists

Today in Cold War History
1953: A speech was called in to Canadian Parliament by U.S. President Eisenhower. The purpose of this address was to call for the creation of a U.S.-Canadian precautionary alliance against Russia. Word was out that Russia may attack with atomic weapons.
1963: The United Nations provided an update of Korean war activity. The Communist North Koreans had trapped eight unarmed Americans and South Korean soldiers in the demilitarized zone. In order to save themselves, Americans and South Koreans hid under the waters of the chilly Pukhan River. They stayed beneath the bank of this body of water for nearly four hours.
1965 – Vietnam War: The Battle of Ia Drang begins – the first major engagement between regular American and North Vietnamese forces.
1969 – Apollo program: NASA launches Apollo 12, the second crewed mission to the surface of the Moon.
1971 – Mariner 9 enters orbit around Mars.
1973: The value of gold dramatically decreased on the London market. This occurrence happened in reaction to the decision made by the United States and Europe to do away with the two-tier gold standard. Investors lost millions of dollars as a result.
1973: An IRA Cell which was arrested for the bombings of “The Old Bailey” and “Scotland Yard” have been found guilty at Winchester Crown Court.
1979 : Following President Jimmy Carter ending oil imports from Iran to the United States earlier in the week, he then issues Executive order 12170, freezing all Iranian assets in the United States in response to the hostage crisis.
1990 – After German reunification, the Federal Republic of Germany and Poland sign a treaty confirming the Oder–Neisse line as the border between Germany and Poland.
1991: America demands that Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi hand over Libyan intelligence officers indicted in the US on 193 charges over the Pan Am flight 103 Lockerbie bombing in December 1988.

Working For ICE ‘Is Hell Right Now,’ As Obama Plans Amnesty For Illegals