The Day of the Dhimmi is Done -
Michael Lumish, PhD, proprietor. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I remember this even though I was very young. It was scary. It sent a quiet shiver through our emphatically pro-American home.
Earlier they blasted a dog named Laika into space knowing it would kill her. That seemed to me adequate reason to start WW3 when I heard about it later. Then someone told me the Americans were doing the same with chimpanzees.My first struggle with cognitive dissonance followed.
No - Laika was the only living creature intentionally shot into space with no provision to survive or return.
I stand corrected. The memories mix with time. I may have been thinking of monkeys (not chimps) that did not survive the experiments but accept that was not intentional. Who knows what I was told.
Sort of. Later on it became clear he was their third attempt and technically speaking it didn't count since the mission required him to bail out of his capsule and land with his own parachute.
Good blog:"The Corbyns: their anti-Israel hatred is a hereditary compulsive obsessional disorder"http://edgar1981.blogspot.ca/
Doodad,This particular play is really breathtaking in its hatred. And, consequently, it was adored by Guardian, BBC, LRB types. It really is a foul piece.The best rebuttal came from Howard Jacobson, as always.http://www.theguardiancom./commentisfree/2009/feb/2carylchurchill-antisemitism-jacqueline-roseIt is repellent but not surprising that Corbyn's son is involved in staging it at his university. It is, sadly, par for the course.
A pox on all antisemitic Corbyns
shoulda put how the USSR was the foremost friend of the Terrorstinians.