Twilights of Rage

16 06 2017


OCGE reversed some of Obama’s last moment Cuba policy changeups, and insinuates that none of them will go back in that direction until, among other things, Havana hands over Joanne Chesimard, aka Assata Shakur.

ICYMI, here’s a long but excellent book review that’s probably as worthy as the book itself, that puts, among other people, the lovely and gracious Miss Chesimard, into context.  We think it’s never been worse, but the 1970s make our times look Halcyon.




One response

17 06 2017
David In TN

I was around in those days. There were a thousand plus bombings a year, high overall crime rates, etc. And virtually all of the terrorism was by left-wing types. One of the amazing things was the total indifference to it by society’s so-called elites.

This review left out the NOI/Zebra murders in California during the 1970’s, which your biggest fan has written about extensively. “Days of Rage” gave them two sentences (the San Francisco killings only) I think.

Various numbers have been thrown out for the white people killed in California by the NOI during 1970-74. They range from 80 to 270 by Clark Howard in his 1979 book, “Zebra.”

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