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'The Most Dangerous Man in the World'?

kevin 2032 Wrote: Aug 20, 2012 3:32 AM
Buchanan--one of the bad things that has happened to America, is that some self-styled "conservatives' have gone over to the dark side, and embraced the inevitability of surrender to Islamism. If Pat had bothered to do any research, instead of subjecting Americans to a psycho-drama based on his father's goofy support for the fascist radio personality, Father Coughlin, he would know --a single nuke exploded at high altitude over America could produce an EMP that would take out most of the electrical grid over the continent and millions of devices with electrical components. Like vehicles, computers, electrical transformers, and water treatment plants.

U.S. newspapers this fall will devote countless column inches and network TV will set aside endless hours to revisiting the most perilous month in the history of the republic, if not of the world.

Nikita Khrushchev's decision to secretly install nuclear-armed intermediate-range ballistic missiles in Cuba began to form in his mind sometime earlier, perhaps in April of 1961.

Then it was that the new young U.S. President John F. Kennedy put a brigade of Cubans ashore to become the vanguard of a guerrilla army to overthrow Fidel Castro's regime.

The Bay of Pigs...