Cold War Radio #131

Posted: December 3, 2014 in Uncategorized

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SWEDEN: Another bombing in Malmo

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Show Notes:

SWEDEN: Another bombing in Malmo, a predominantly Muslim enclave

NYC Grand Jury Returns No Indictment in Police Choke Hold Case

Is Moldova The Next Crimea? Russia Is Worried

Rattled By Chinese Submarines, India Joins Other Nations In Rebuilding Fleet

Today in Cold War History
1948 The “Pumpkin Papers” came to light. The House Un-American Activities Committee announced that former Communist spy Whittaker Chambers had produced microfilm of secret documents hidden inside a pumpkin on his Maryland farm.
1950 – Paul Harvey began his national radio broadcast.
1964 – Free Speech Movement: Police arrest over 800 students at the University of California, Berkeley, following their takeover and sit-in at the administration building in protest of the UC Regents’ decision to forbid protests on UC property.
1965 The National Council of Churches asked the U.S. to halt the massive bombings in North Vietnam.
1971 : Border battles between India and Pakistan erupt into full-scale war when jets from West Pakistan attack at least four Indian airports,.
1973 – Pioneer program: Pioneer 10 sends back the first close-up images of Jupiter.
1979 – Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini becomes the first Supreme Leader of Iran.
1983 – 3-foot-high concrete barriers were installed at two White House entrances.
1984 – Bhopal disaster: A methyl isocyanate leak from a Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, kills more than 3,800 people outright and injures 150,000–600,000 others (some 6,000 of whom would later die from their injuries) in one of the worst industrial disasters in history.
1989 – Cold War: In a meeting off the coast of Malta, U.S. President George H. W. Bush and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev release statements indicating that the Cold War between NATO and the Soviet Union may be coming to an end.
1991 Radicals in Lebanon released American hostage Alann Steen, who had been held captive nearly five years.

Documents: Feds Paid Group $76,000 Per Ilegal Alien Child During Summer Surge

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