Cold War Radio #149

Posted: January 14, 2015 in Uncategorized

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Multiculturalism and the Myth of Compromise

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Show Notes:

France Arrests 54 For Defending Terror; Announces Crackdown

Russia Appeals For Calm As Crisis Forces It To Cut Budget

Multiculturalism and the Myth of Compromise

Conservatives Plan ‘Mass Exodus’ from GOP Study Panel

Today in Cold War History
1950 – The first prototype of the MiG-17 makes its maiden flight.
1952 : A total of seven spies were found guilty. Two of them were sentenced to death and five more were sent to prison. One of the persons condemned to death was Danil Doncic. He was a man who was president of the Yugoslavia People’s Front at that time.
One of the reasons that Doncic was sentenced to death-among other reasons-was because he refused to remove the poster of Premier Tito from the front after the Cominform-Tito break (a Yugoslavian government regime split).
1953 – Josip Broz Tito is inaugurated as the first President of Yugoslavia.
1959 : Hudson and Nash, two different car companies, become one on this day. They have become the AMC (American Motors Association).
1960 – US Army promoted Elvis Presley to Sergeant
1967 – Counterculture of the 1960s: The Human Be-In, takes place in San Francisco, California’s Golden Gate Park, launching the Summer of Love.
1967 – NY Times reports Army is conducting secret germ warfare experiments
1969 : The U.S. Aircraft Carrier ship Enterprise exploded in Pearl Harbor. The cause of this explosion was the accidental detonation of a rocket, which destroyed 15 planes, injuring 300 people, and caused 27 deaths.
1969 – Soyuz 4 launched; rendezvous with Soyuz 5 two days later
1973 – 2 Royal Ulster Constabulary officers are killed in Derry by a booby-trap bomb attached to their car by the Irish Republican Army
1975 – USSR breaks trade agreement with US
1980 : The UN General Assembly would not allow Soviet Intervention of Afghanistan. The final vote regarding this matter was 104 against to 18 for this action.
After the vote, the resolution of the General Assembly was to demand that all Soviet troops be removed from Afghanistan.
The outcome of this UN Assembly meeting was very much sparked by the 1979 Soviet invasion along with the installation of a pro-communist puppet regime. In other words, the UN fought against an attempt to allow the Soviets to spread its communist ideologies to Afghanistan.
1981 : Finally, this date was the end of a hostage crisis that started in the year 1979. University students who were backed by leaders of Iran’s post-revolutionary regime (group of people in power after Iran was changed from a monarch to an Islamic republic). Originally, over 60 people had been held captive, 52 of which for a total of 444 days.
1986 – Vinicio Cerezo becomes only 2nd freely elected president of Guatemala since CIA-sponsored coup in 1954
1989 – 1,000 muslims burn Salman Rushdies’ “Satanic Verses” in Bradford, England

Ex-Congressman Hopes For Beheadings Of MSNBC And CNN Journalists

 

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