Cold War Radio #134

Posted: December 10, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Show Notes:

Omnibus Gives $500 Million Worth of Weapons, Aid to ‘Appropriately Vetted’ Syrian Rebels

Bank of America sees $50 oil as Opec dies

Moldova Detains Seven Suspected Of Uranium Smuggling

Emails Suggest EPA And Greens To Use Climate Rule To Usurp States’ Rights

Today in Cold War History
1948 : The United Nations General Assembly meeting in Paris, France adopts the Universal Declaration on Human Rights which took nearly three years in prepare .
1949 – Chinese Civil War: The People’s Liberation Army begins its siege of Chengdu, the last Kuomintang-held city in mainland China, forcing President of the Republic of China Chiang Kai-shek and his government to retreat to Taiwan.
1951 : Santa Claus and angels were banned in Hungary at Christmas this year. Pictures of tractors holding gifts would replace Santa Claus and his elves. It was not entirely clear why communist officials became so provoked at Saint Nick.
1958 : The first domestic passenger jet powered aircraft flight took place in the United States as a National Airlines Boeing 707 flew 111 passengers from New York City to Miami.
1966 : Western Germany grounded 700 American-made F-104G Starfighter Planes due to safety concerns. The planes were going to be taken out of commission and redesigned after there had been 65 incidents with them.
1976 – The United Nations General Assembly adopts the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques.
1977 : Millionaire and rice seller, Tongsun Park’s fate was being debated by Korea and the United States after he was shown to be guilty of fraud and corruption. Koreagate as it was known, was an American political scandal in 1976 involving South Korean political figures seeking influence from 30 Democratic members of Congress. An immediate goal of the scandal seems to have been reversing President Richard Nixon’s decision to withdraw troops from South Korea. It involved the Korea Central Intelligence Agency (KCIA) allegedly funneling bribes and favors through Korean businessman Tongsun Park in an attempt to gain favor and influence for South Korean objectives
1978 –Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Begin and President of Egypt Anwar Sadat are jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
1981 : A mysterious epidemic, consisting of two separate diseases, a form of pneumonia and skin cancer, has been found in 180 patients in 15 states since last July. It has claimed around 75 lives so far in the US and up to 92% of the victims are homosexual men. The unknown condition was eventually named as Aids
1983 : Following the collapse of the military junta, Raúl Ricardo Alfonsín who won the democratic elections in October becomes the President of Argentina
1984 : South African Bishop Desmond Tutu an opponent of apartheid. and ordained the first black South African Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town receives the Nobel Peace Prize.
1990 : The first 100 hostages held in the Gulf for four-and-a-half months landed at Heathrow airport today after their release by Saddam Hussein

Seven More States Join Suit Against Obama’s Amnesty Bringing Total To 24

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