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Elite US-Trained Special Forces Chief Joins ISIS

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Bush Created ISIS: Another False Narrative
Elite US-Trained Special Forces Chief Joins ISIS
Obama Ordered CIA To Train ISIS Jihadists: Declassified Documents
U.S. Saw Islamic State Coming, Let It Take Ramadi
Today In Cold War History
1948 – Creation of the United Nations peacekeeping force the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization.
1950 – The St. Roch, the first ship to circumnavigate North America, arrives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
1954 – First of the annual Bilderberg conferences.
1964 – The Arab League meets in East Jerusalem to discuss the Palestinian question, leading to the formation of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
1972 : Three gunmen open fire on crowds at Lod International Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, killing 26 people and injuring dozens more. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine claimed responsibility and said they had recruited the gunmen from the Japanese Red Army who committed the murders.
1982 – Falklands War: British forces defeat the Argentines at the Battle of Goose Green.
1988 – The U.S. President Ronald Reagan begins his first visit to the Soviet Union when he arrives in Moscow for a superpower summit with the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
1989 – Signing of an agreement between Egypt and the United States, allowing the manufacture of parts of the F-16 jet fighter plane in Egypt.
1990 – The Russian parliament elects Boris Yeltsin as president of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.
Bernie Sanders In 1972: Women ‘Fantasize About Being Raped’
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Revitalizing’ Detroit with 50,000 Syrian Refugees?

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Revitalizing’ Detroit with 50,000 Syrian Refugees?
US and Turkey agree to provide air protection for terrorists who are fighting Assad
US-China war ‘inevitable’ unless Washington drops demands over South China Sea
Obama is Putting Our Nuclear Navy at Risk
Today In Cold War History
1948 – The U.S. Congress passes Public Law 80-557, which permanently establishes the Civil Air Patrol as an auxiliary of the United States Air Force.
1966 – British Guiana gains independence, becoming Guyana.
1969 – Apollo program: Apollo 10 returns to Earth after a successful eight-day test of all the components needed for the forthcoming first manned moon landing.
1970 – The Soviet Tupolev Tu-144 becomes the first commercial transport to exceed Mach 2.
1971 – Bangladesh Liberation War: The Pakistan Army slaughters at least 71 Hindus in Burunga, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
1972 – The United States and the Soviet Union sign the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM Treaty or ABMT) was a treaty between the United States and the Soviet Union on the limitation of the anti-ballistic missile (ABM) systems used in defending areas against ballistic missile-delivered nuclear weapons. Under the terms of the treaty, each party was limited to two ABM complexes, each of which was to be limited to 100 anti-ballistic missiles.
Signed in 1972, it was in force for the next 30 years.[2] Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, in 1997 the United States and four former Soviet republics agreed to succeed to the treaty. In June 2002 the United States withdrew from the treaty, leading to its termination.
1981 – An EA-6B Prowler crashes on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz, killing 14 crewmen and injuring 45 others.
1986 – The European Community adopts the European flag.
1991 – Zviad Gamsakhurdia becomes the first elected President of the Republic of Georgia in the post-Soviet era.
Muslim Dumping Ground?
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What Memorial Day Is About

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Are We Running Out of Time?
What Memorial Day Is About
ISIS Targets City That Inspired Washington, D.C. For Destruction
Another Domino Falls For Anti-Fossil Fuel Crusaders
Today In Cold War History
1953 – Nuclear testing: At the Nevada Test Site, the United States conduct their first and only nuclear artillery test.
1953 – The first public television station in the United States officially begins broadcasting as KUHT from the campus of the University of Houston.
1961 – Apollo program: U.S. President John F. Kennedy announces before a special joint session of the Congress his goal to initiate a project to put a “man on the Moon” before the end of the decade.
1979 – Etan Patz, who is six years old, disappears from the street just two blocks away from his home in New York City, prompting an international search for the child, and causing the U.S. President Ronald Reagan to designate May 25 as National Missing Children’s Day (in 1983).
1981 – In Riyadh, the Gulf Cooperation Council is created between Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
1982 – HMS Coventry is sunk during the Falklands War. Coventry was struck by three bombs just above the water line on the port side by Argentine A-4 Skyhawks. One of the bombs exploded beneath the computer room, destroying it and the nearby operations room, incapacitating almost all senior officers. The other entered the Forward Engine Room, exploding beneath the Junior Ratings Dining Room where the First Aid Party was stationed and the ship immediately began listing to port. The latter hit caused critical damage as it breached the bulkhead between the forward and aft engine rooms, exposing the largest open space in the ship to uncontrollable flooding.[4] Given the design of the ship, with multiple watertight compartments, two hits virtually anywhere else may have been just survivable. The third bomb did not explode.
Within 20 minutes Coventry had been abandoned and had completely capsized. Coventry sank shortly after.
Democrats Want Obama To Relocate 60,000 Muslims From Syria Into The U.S.!
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Guest! Ghost Security Anonymous @Comedianon

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Cyberwar: CyberCaliphate targets U.S. military spouses; Anonymous hits ISIS
Negative Views of New Congress Cross Party Lines
Democrats’ Vanishing Future
The Problem with Jade Helm
Today In Cold War History
1947 – In an effort to fight the spread of Communism, the U.S. President Harry S. Truman signs an act into law that will later be called the Truman Doctrine. The act grants $400 million in military and economic aid to Turkey and Greece, each battling an internal Communist movement.
1958 – Sri Lankan riots of 1958: This riot is a watershed event in the race relationship of the various ethnic communities of Sri Lanka. The total number of deaths is estimated to be 300, mostly Sri Lankan Tamils.
1958 : A powerful Nike Missile blew up underground in Middleton NJ which set up a further 8 which exploded causing between 7 and 10 deaths all missiles were fully armed with explosives.
1963 – Greek left-wing politician Grigoris Lambrakis, is shot and dies five days later.
1964 – The U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson announces the goals of his Great Society social reforms to bring an “end to poverty and racial injustice” in America.
1968 – The nuclear-powered submarine the USS Scorpion sinks with 99 men aboard 400 miles southwest of the Azores.
1969 – Apollo 10 ‘s lunar module flies within 8.4 nautical miles (16 km) of the moon’s surface.
1972 – Ceylon adopts a new constitution, thus becoming a Republic, changes its name to Sri Lanka, and joins the Commonwealth of Nations.
1990 – North and South Yemen are unified to create the Republic of Yemen.
Somali-American Men Used Federal Student Aid To Buy Airline Tickets To Go Fight For ISIS
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Obama, Distrust, and the Armed Forces

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Obama, Distrust, and the Armed Forces
How to Kill Christianity
More Proof Of Paid Protesters
Obama’s Anti-Police Militarization Measure is a Disaster in Disguise
Today In Cold War History
May 19, 2015
1951 – UN begins counter offensive in Korea
1953 – Nuclear explosion in Nevada (fall-out in St George, Utah)
1954 – Postmaster General Summerfield approves CIA mail-opening project
1958 – US & Canada form North American Air Defense Command (NORAD)
1959 – The USS Triton, the first submarine with two nuclear reactors, is completed
1960 – USAF Maj Robert M White takes X-15 to 33,222 m
1962 – Indonesian paratroopers land in New Guinea
1962 – US performs nuclear test at Christmas Island (atmospheric)
1964 – US diplomats find at least 40 secret microphones in Moscow embassy
1967 – US bombs Hanoi
1967 – USSR ratifies treaty with Britain & US banning nuclear weapons in space
1971 – USSR launches Mars 2, 1st spacecraft to crash land on Mars
1972 – US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1976 – Senate establishes permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
1976 – USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1979 – “In The Navy” by Village People hits #3
ISIS Holds Massive Military Parade in West Anbar Celebrating Victory in Ramadi …(Where’s the Coalition?)
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China ‘Unshakeable’ On Spratly Islands Dispute With US

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Key Iraqi City Falls to ISIS as Last of Security Forces Flee
Mystery Threat To American Warships Is Likely North Korean
Admiral: Russia Blackmailed Bill Clinton Over Lewinsky
China ‘Unshakeable’ On Spratly Islands Dispute With US
Today In Cold War History
1948 – The First Legislative Yuan of the Republic of China officially convenes in Nanking.
1953 – Jackie Cochran becomes the first woman to break the sound barrier.
1955 – Operation Passage to Freedom, the evacuation of 310,000 Vietnamese civilians, soldiers and non-Vietnamese members of the French Army from communist North Vietnam to South Vietnam following the end of the First Indochina War, ends.
1958 – An F-104 Starfighter sets a world speed record of 1,404.19 mph (2,259.82 km/h).
1965 – Israeli spy Eli Cohen was hanged in Damascus, Syria.
1969 – Apollo program: Apollo 10 is launched.
1973 : Former Attorney General John Mitchell has vowed he will not become the fall guy for the Watergate Scandal and predicted President Nixon would ether resign or be impeached due to the Watergate affair
1974 – Nuclear test: under project Smiling Buddha, India successfully detonates its first nuclear weapon becoming the sixth nation to do so.
1974 – Completion of the Warsaw radio mast, the tallest construction ever built at the time. It collapsed on August 8, 1991.
1980 – Gwangju Massacre: Students in Gwangju, South Korea begin demonstrations calling for democratic reforms.
1983 – In Ireland, the government launches a crackdown, with the leading Dublin pirate Radio Nova being put off the air.
1991 – Northern Somalia declares independence from the rest of Somalia as the Republic of Somaliland but is not recognized by the international community.
1991 : Britain’s first astronaut, 27-year-old Helen Sharman aboard the Soviet Soyuz TM-12 space capsule becomes the first Britain in Space.
Turkey And United States Condemn Death Sentences For Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi And 105 Of His Muslim Brotherhood Henchmen
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‘The Wages of Hillary’s War’

 

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If You’re Going to Be Christian, You Might as Well Go All the Way
Isil leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi issues call to arms in ‘audio message’
The Wages of Hillary’s War
U.S., China set for high-stakes rivalry in skies above South China Sea
Chlorine Emerges As Brutal Weapon of War in Syria
Today In Cold War History
1948 – Following the expiration of The British Mandate for Palestine, the Kingdom of Egypt, Transjordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia invade Israel thus starting the 1948 Arab–Israeli War.
1951 – The Polish cultural attaché in Paris, Czesław Miłosz, asks the French government for political asylum.
1957 – At Malden Island in the Pacific Ocean, Britain tests its first hydrogen bomb in Operation Grapple.
1958 – The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 3.
1960 – The Soviet Union launches Sputnik 4.
1963 – Project Mercury: The launch of the final Mercury mission, Mercury-Atlas 9 with astronaut Gordon Cooper on board. He becomes the first American to spend more than a day in space, and the last American to go into space alone.
1966 – After a policy dispute, Prime Minister Nguyễn Cao Kỳ of South Vietnam’s ruling junta launches a military attack on the forces of General Tôn Thất Đính, forcing him to abandon his command.
1969 – People’s Park: California Governor Ronald Reagan has an impromptu student park owned by University of California at Berkeley fenced off from student anti-war protestors, sparking a riot called Bloody Thursday. Reagan called the Berkeley campus “a haven for communist sympathizers, protesters, and sex deviants.”
1970 – President Richard Nixon appoints Anna Mae Hays and Elizabeth P. Hoisington the first female United States Army Generals.
1972 – Okinawa, under U.S. military governance since its conquest in 1945, reverts to Japanese control.
1972 – In Laurel, Maryland, Arthur Bremer shoots and paralyzes Alabama Governor George Wallace while he is campaigning to become President.
1974 – Ma’alot massacre: Members of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine attack and take hostages at an Israeli school; a total of 31 people are killed, including 22 schoolchildren.
1987 – The Soviet Union launches the Polyus prototype orbital weapons platform. It fails to reach orbit.
1988 – Soviet war in Afghanistan: After more than eight years of fighting, the Soviet Army begins its withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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