Cold War Radio #283

Posted: December 23, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Madison Rising  interviewed by Stacy Rush

How to Manufacture an Anti-Muslim Hate-Crime ‘Epidemic’

Today In Cold War History

1948 – United Nations Security Council Resolution 66 relating to Palestine is adopted.
1949 – KC2XAK of Bridgeport, Connecticut becomes the first Ultra high frequency (UHF) television station to operate a daily schedule.
1959 – Physicist Richard Feynman gives a speech entitled “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom”, which is regarded as the birth of nanotechnology.
1965 – During the Vietnam War, North Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh rejected unconditional peace talks offered by the U.S.
1967 : A Soviet anti-satellite missile was anticipated by the U.S. military because 35% of the Soviet defense allotment was spent on space defense and the technological breakthrough for anti-satellite missiles was expected soon.
1972 : Aspirations that the wall between East and West Germany might come down had been dashed. East Germany was constructing a new fence with strong steel attached to pillars of concrete. Both sides of Germany were expected to join the United Nations, but would be on the opposite side of issues.
1975 – Bomb Explodes at LaGuardia Airport in New York City, killing 11 people and injuring 74. The bombing was never solved, with several suggested perpetrators, although investigators and historians believe that Croatian nationalists were the most likely. The attack occurred in a four-year period of heightened terrorist attacks within the United States.
1987 : Cardinal Miguel Obanda and Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega were to meet and negotiate a possible truce between American backed Contra insurgents and Ortega’s Sandinista government.
1989 – Playwright and human rights activist Vaclav Havel was sworn in as president of Czechoslovakia. He had formerly been denounced by Czech Communists as an enemy of the state and had spent five years in jail for his beliefs.
1989 – Riots break-out after Hong Kong decides to forcibly repatriate Vietnamese refugees.

France Releases WWII Documents Showing Collaboration With Nazis

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