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The Cold War : A Collaborative Timeline

August 6th, 1945 - Californian senator Hiram Johnson (R-CA) dies. On the evening of his death, Walt Disney announces his intention to run for the senate.

August 10th, 1945: Operation Paperclip is deemed a failure after it is discovered a majority of German scientists were captured by Soviet forces. Among these scientists is chief rocket engineer, Wernher Von Braun.

12th August, 1945: The American government, after hearing about the capture of the German scientific elite by the Soviets, decides to take enough rocketry equipment from the concentration camps to "compensate" the loss.

August 14th, 1945: H.G. Wells, upon hearing of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, proclaims,"We are on a path towards destruction..." voicing his opposition to nuclear warfare in London, England... Also on this day, Actors Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks die in a car accident on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, sparking international attention....

August 17, 1945: Indonesian independance is declared in Jakarta.

August 26th, 1945 - Walt Disney is elected into the senate of the United States.

September 2, 1945: World War II comes to a close with the surrender of Imperial Japan to the United States aboard the USS Missouri.

Spetmeber 2nd, 1945: The Vietminh-led government of Ho Chi Minh declares independance in Hanoi after the resignation of Emperor Bao Dai. The French declare that they will not recognise the new regime.

September 21st, 1945: Indochina is divided into Franco-British and Nationalis Chinese occupation zones. The Vietminh resist, but garner no sympathy from the United States.

October 1st, 1945: FIFA President Jules Rimet makes the decision to hold a World Cup in 1949, rather than in 1946, due to the second world war.

October 10th, 1945: Philadelphia Phillies led by Tommy Lasorda win the World Series in Philadelhphia, Pennsylvania....

October 20th, 1945: Barcelona Insurrection; "El Quico" and two other anarchist guérillas, Jaime "Abisinio" Pares Adán & Juan "Roget" Salas Millón, launch an armed insurrection against the Franco government in Barcelona...

October 24, 1945: The United Nations officially comes into being with the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations by the six permanent members of the United Nations Security Council--United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, China, and the Soviet Union and by a majority of 46 other signatories.

November 10-13, 1945: The Battle of Surabaya sees a ragtag group of extremely brave Indonesian rebels slaughtered by British troops. Much manpower and most oof the rebel weaponry is lost.

December 2, 1945: General Patton goes on an uneventful drive


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January 1946: The Dutch return to the Indies triumphantly and take, among other places, the temporary Republican capitol of Jakarta. Several outer islands are retaken with ease and converted to puppet states, and in Java and Sumatra the rebels are forced into the countryside.

January 2nd, 1946: French officials report that c. 4 million people in Indochina have died as a result of a famine that began in May 1st, 1945....

January 8, 1946: Khrushchev has Foreign Minister Molotov meet with the West to discuss "The Future of Germany"

January 14th, 1946 - Senator Walt Disney (R-CA) filibusters a debate about the Fair Employment Practices Act of 1946. He speaks for almost 12 Hours. He justifies his rejection of the act with the "terrible interference into the freedom of Americans." Although he is heavily criticized by the left, he is praised by the conservative senate members. Disney's reputation in the senate starts to grow.

January 17, 1946: The United States Congress passes the 'Fair Employment Practices Act of 1946', banning workplace discrimination in government hiring and agencies, abolishing the poll tax across the Southern United States, and making lynching a federal crime.

January 27th, 1946: A rainstorm causes the flash flooding of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The city will never recover.

February 1, 1946: Former Allied Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower is chosen as the first Secretary-General of the United Nations, much to the chagrin of the Soviet Union.

February 2nd 1946: Finnish Prime Minister J.K. Paasikivi seriously injured in a private accident, declared unfit to hold his position. Minister of the Interior Yrjö Leino, a Communist, becomes the new Acting Premier.

February 7th, 1946: President Harry Truman establishes the Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) on a permanent basis, in an effort to enforce racial desgregation....

February 10th 1946: Fearing a coup from the left, President Mannerheim appoints a new government led by Urho Kekkonen (Agrarian Party). The Communists attempt a general strike but are rebuffed by the moderate left.

April 1946: The Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry submits its report on Palestine, rejecting partition and calling for a single state. Both Britain and the United States support this finding.

May 2, 1946: State Department Analyst George Kennan is killed when his car crashes into the Potomac.

May 14, 1946: The Copenhagen Conference. At the conference Khrushchev and Truman come to an agreement about Germany. Germany will become a Parliamentary Democracy. Truman agrees to this following assurances that the elections in Germany will be fair. Berlin is made the capital

May 19, 1946: Charles "Chip" Norris is born in Ryan, Oklahoma.

26th May, 1946: During the elections in Czechoslovakia, the Communists manage to gain a slide victory in the Czech parts of the country (41%), while in Slovakia the Democratic Party won (24%). Edvard Beneš, leader of the National Socialists, becomes president and the Communist leader Klement Gottwald becomes premier.

June 2nd, 1946: In an event that shocks Europe, a plebiscite in Italy opts narrowly for the retention of the monarchy. Many put this up to a sudden last-minute campaign by pro-monarchist forces.

June 12th, 1946: Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi demands the liberation of Sudan in Khartoum, calling for a theocratic state....

June 27th, 1946: Based on the Soviet threat, the Deutsche Rechtspartei led by Fritz Rössler come to power in Bundestag elections in Munich, based on a populist platform...

July 27th, 1946 - Senator Disney filibusters again a debate. This time it's about the McMahon act. Although he welcomes the prohibition of technology sharing, he argues that nuclear weapon are made by the military and should be under the command of the military.

August 1, 1946: The McMahon Act is signed into law by President Harry Truman. The act, which places the U.S.' nuclear arsenal under civilian, rather than military, control and forbids sharing of nuclear technology with nations other than those who collaborated with the United States on the Manhattan Project, is seen as a great step forward in all countries involved.

August 14th, 1946: NcNarney-Clark Directive; President Harry Truman issues the NcNarney-Clark Directive, establishing support for the Russian Liberation Army (RLA) under General Andrei Andreyevich Vlasov....

August 30th-September 1st, 1946: Pacificon I is held in Los Angeles, California fueling the rise of mainstream comic book acceptance....

October 1st, 1946: Following the announcement of the 1949 World Cup, the United States forms the National Soccer League, or the NSL, comprising of 14 soccer teams hailing from cities around the states. A concise list follows:

1. New York Yanks
2. Roanoke Industry
3. Detroit Autos
4. St. Louis Atomics
5. Houston Fighters
6. Honolulu Sailors
7. Los Angeles Angels
8. Boston Union
9. Portland Pirates
10. Kansas City Cherokee
11. Denver Peaks
12. Chicago Mafia
13. Atlantic Crusaders (Atlantic City)
14. Minneapolis Gunners

October 5, 1946: Stalin while on inspection of Zhukov's army is killed when the driver loses control of the car. Stalin hits his head on the seat in front of him killing him

October 6th, 1946: The New Jersey Mafia is founded by refugees from Pittsburgh. It is commanded from Atlantic City. Also on this day, Gregory Malenkov assumes the position of Premier of the Soviet Union.

October 14th 1946- RAF Test pilot Eric Brown brakes the 'transonic' barrier flying the Miles M.52 aircraft at speeds of Mach 1.02*

November 4th, 1946: Frank Herbert is killed in an automobile accident in Seattle, Washington

November 6, 1946: Democrats hold on to both the House and the Senate by the barest of margins in the midterm Congressional election. This is largely seen as a result of the weak economy and unease about the growing threat posed by the Soviet Union.

November 26th, 1946: Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi launches a rally in Khartoum, demanding the immediate withdrawal of British forces from "Muslim lands"....

December 11, 1946 - Tibet joins the United Nations. Misunderstanding UN procedure, China boycotts the vote, thinking it will make Tibet unable to join.

December 19th, 1946: Anarchists reenact the "Boston Tea Party" in Boston, Massachusetts, in opposition to "government tyranny"...

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January 17th, 1947: General Pyotr Nikolayevich Krasnov is recruited into the Russian Liberation Army (RLA) by American military forces in Berlin, Germany...

March 17th, 1947: New Treasure Island ( Pacific Comics) by Osamu Tezuka introduces the world to Japanese manga, drastically altering the world of comics..

April 15th 1947: Mannerheim resigns due to ill health. Finnish Parliament elects the Social Democrat K.A. Fagerholm new President. In the vote, Fagerholm defeats Kekkonen only by a two-vote margin. Also on this day, John Richard "Johnny" Wright, Brooklyn Dodgers, becomes the first African-American to play Major League Baseball

April 26th, 1947: Fidel Castro of Havana, Cuba is recruited by the Pittsburgh Pirates as the statrting pitcher...

May 16, 1947: In an accident many in the present and future would call an "accident", Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar Sadat are killed by a speeding car during a visit to Cairo...

May 25th, 1947: Star Wars film directed by George Pal and Ray Harryhausen makes its hit debut....

May 27th, 1947: Enrique Marco Nadal launches a series of bombings in Madrid, Spain against the Franco, government...

Summer 1947: The Dutch launch a massive assault on the East Indies, driving the rebels from Java and seizing large parts of Sumatra.

June 2, 1947: The OSS becomes the Intelligence Agency of the United States, overseeing the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Department of Signal Analysis (DSA).

June 14, 1947: After much negotiation and politicking, the Government of India Act of 1947 goes into practice. Burma and Ceylon are retained as colonies (to be given independance in January and February of the following year, respectively) but the remainder of the Raj is united as the Dominion of India. At the insistence of the Indians (and more importantly the Americans) the new state is given "special privelages"; though a formal Commonwealth Realm, they are pretty much totally independant. After much discussion, the Princely States are put into an odd position somewhat like the various monarchies of Wilhelmine Germany. Mahatma Ghandi is the first Prime Minister.

June 27th, 1947: Reverend Lester Carlson, pastor of a La Grande, Oregon, publishes False Angels, portraying alien invaders who come under the guise of "beneficent donors"....

July 4th, 1947 - Some high-ranked persons of the Republican Party meet in Walt Disney's house to celebrate Independence Day. This is the official reason. Unofficially, Senator Walt Disney (R-CA), Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-WI), Senator Robert Taft (R-OH) and Representative Richard Nixon (R-CA) found the "Patriots". Their goal is to ensure that America stays free from communist subversion, whereever they are in America. They soon fledge contacts to J.Edgar Hoover, to provide them with information on communists. They also plan to run a candidate for the presidency, but not in 1948, but in 1952.

July 5th, 1947: Louis E. Starr of Portland, Oregon, a veteran of both World Wars, publishes The Forever War, describing a massive interstellar war...

July 7th, 1947: Thomas Andrew Parker returns to the Netherlands.

July 18th, 1947: Director Orson Welles announces in Hollywood, California, that his next film project Broken Saucers will incorporate his theories on science fiction....

July 27th, 1947: Spanish guerillas representing the Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI) call for funding of their movement in Paris and London, sparking controversy...

August 3rd, 1947: The stars of the film Star Wars place their feet in cement at Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California...

August 15, 1947: Ghandi just hours after the handover of India from the British, says the following at a press conference regarding the future of India's government, "Socialism and communism of the West are based on certain conception which are fundamentally different from ours. Our socialism or communism should, therefore, be based on nonviolence and on harmonious co-operation of labour and capital, landlord and tenant." this statement worries both Washington and London. Khrushchev sends notes of congratulations to Ghandi on freeing India from its "Capitalist Oppressors"

September 15, 1947: After extensive deliberation, the Republic of Grand India is created, holding the whole of the former Raj save Burma (under a transitional government that would become independant come January) and Ceylon (likewise). The country gets off to a good start, with Ghandi as PM and Jinnah given a high post, but its still quite troubled...

October 1947: As part of the ongoing guerilla war, the French launch Operaion Lea against remote Vietminh strongholds near Laos. The Operation is a stunning success-General Vo Nguyen Gap is killed, and Ho Chi Minh is captured along with a large part of his army.

October 17, 1947: Britain grants formal independance to Iraq under the Hashemite Faisal II.

23rd October, 1947: The German author and playwriter Berthold Brecht, famous for his play "Life of Galileo" and currently living in-exile in the USA, secretly bords a ship towards Europe to escape the grip of HUAC, which suspects him of being pro-Communist.

October 23rd, 1947: "An Appeal to the World" by NAACP leaders W.E.B. Du Bois, Albert Parker, and Ralph Bunche is made in New York City, New York, calling for an active investigation into "the plight of the Negro-American due to Jim Crow segregation...."

November 5, 1947: Germany Votes! Unsurprisingly the Eastern segment of Germany votes for the Communist Party, whereas the Western portion votes anti-communist.

7th November, 1947: Berthold Brecht arrives in Rotterdam, his first exile in post-war Europe. However, he plans to move towards a country with a more fitting political direction soon.

November 29, 1947: In a close vote (29-23 with 4 abstaining), the UN passes a Resolution calling for a single Palestinian Federation.

November 30, 1947: The UN General Assembly approves a Resolution calling for a Palestinian partition. After some debate and politicking, it is accepted by both Arabs and Jews.

December 27th, 1947: Star Wars makes its debut in London, England; Arthur C. Clarke is one of the first attendees...


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January 5th, 1948: Gene Roddenberry, a commercial pilot for Pan American World Airways manages to save a commercial airliner from a horrific crash in Seattle, Washington due to his military piloting skills. No one is injured, and as a result of his piloting, he will give up his writing career and will continue piloting until 1959, when he leaves Pan-Am to become an aeronautical engineer.

January 11th, 1948: The Organization for the Defense Against Communist Activities (ODACA) is formed, secretly funded by the Patriot group. Notable members of ODACA are George Lincoln Rockwell and J.B. Stoner.

January 30th 1948- Opening ceremonies for the V Winter Olympics are held in St.Moritz, Switzerland.

February 7th 1948: The Allied Control Commission leaves Finland.

February 11th, 1948: Andrei Sakharov is arrested by the KGB for suspected anti-Communist activities.

February 19th, 1948: A group of Patriot supporters stage a protest in front of the United Nations Building against the increasing amount of powers the United Nations holds.

21st February, 1948: Ten Czechoslovak ministers tried to resigned, after the Minister of the Interior Nosek denied the reinstation of eight non-Communist police officers, even though the cabinet was intending to approve this. However president Beneš refused this. Also on this day, Movimiento Libertario de Resistencia (M.L.R.) led by Liberto Sarrau proclaim a new insurrection, during a radio broadcast from Madrid, Spain...

24rd February, 1948: Klement Gottwald, leader of the CPC, states that the current non-Communist members of the cabinet are incapable of running the country and demands from Beneš the full control over the government.

26th February, 1948: Edvard Beneš refuses Gottwald's demands and declares that he is willing to use force if the Communists attempt a coup d'etat.

March 13th 1948: C.G.E. Mannerheim, severely ill, dies in Helsinki. The solemn state funeral three days later leads to rioting as Communists attack right-wing mourners. The army and police crack down on rioters.

March 21st, 1948: Another Patriot protest is held in front of Eisenhower's personal house.

April, 1948 - March, 1949: Multiple protests continue against Eisenhower and the UN, all sponsored by the Patriot group.

April 9th, 1948 - A battle in the Palestinian town of Dier Yassin occurs as Irgun forces capture the town with civilian casualties estimated at 107 while 4 militiamen were killed and 35 injured. The attack and occupation is internationally condemned as Menachem Begin and members from the Irgun as well as Lehi group cite continued strife for Jewish residents in the area from Fedayeen. In response instances of attacks on Kibbutzes rise as well as an instance of random shelling from stolen British artillery pieces onto a Tel Aviv suburb.

April 20th 1948: Jan Smut's United Party narrowly wins the South African election. Despite his age and the hardships caused by the war, he campaigns carefully so as not to turn Afrikaner voters to the National Party by promoting a "Responsible" attitude to race (which means a very gradual end to segregation over the next decade).


May 1, 1948 - President Truman starts giving aid to European and South American countries via the Marshall Plan, which plans to give economic aid to countries that may be threatened by communism. The plan believes that economic aid will be easier than anti-communist strongmen in fending off communism.

May 14th, 1948 - The ship Altalena, which embarked from Port-de-Bouc France and lands in Tyre, has its cargo of mostly machining tools unloaded with supposed help from the Chehab family. With the initial voyage successful, the Altalena start embarking on round trips joined by other unidentified merchant marine vessels.

May 17, 1948: Taking advantage of the lack of power of the still-unsteady USSR, Marshal Tito formally breaks from Moscow.

May 20, 1948: The British Mandate in Palestine expires, and the Levantine Federation takes its place. The new state is greeted by shells from extreme Zionists and Arabs, but it survives. For the moment.

May 21, 1948: Vietnam is formally unified under French control.

May 23rd 1948: President Fagerholm announces that Finland will join the Marshall Plan. A political crisis with the Soviet Union ensues, leading to the USSR demanding "political guarantees" from Finland.

2nd June, 1948: Communist militia storms the parliament in Prague, resulting in three non-Communist parliament members to be killed. President Beneš declares war upon the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia.

3rd June, 1948: The National Socialists of the Czechoslovak Republic gather their own militia and succesfully recruit most of the Czechoslovak military.

June 14, 1948: The British Mandate of Palestine ends, and the State of Israel and Republic of Palestine formally come into existence.

19th June, 1948: Gottwald requests help from his Soviet allies, but because of their own troubles in China, they decide not to send troops, but supplies for the CPC.

June 20th, 1948: Germany adopts a new Currency printed on American presses with american-made plates. The availability of the new Money kick-starts the economy as many goods that had been in short supply for years suddenly appear in the stores, over the next decades the D-Mark will earn a reputation to be a strong and very stable currency. The Economic upturn will help the Western Powers in the ongoing negotiations about Germany's future. Intially the Soviets are furious about the American move, but the Kremlin does nothing, realizing that since the new Germany will have it's economic centre in West Germany and drift towards the Americans anyway.

June 26th, 1948: Argentinean Raul Carbeillera launches an insurection in Madrid, Spain, further destabilizing the Franco regime...

July 26th, 1948: Battle of Montjuich; Rebel forces led by Raul Carbeillera proclaim victory in claiming the "liberated village" of Montjuich, Spain...

July 29th 1948- Opening ceremony of the XIV Olympics are held in London.

August 23rd, 1948 - A congress held by the Zionist Organization had referendum in Crown Heights, Brooklyn New York, attracting much negative attention from the local orthodox communities. However, the significance of it became apparent as Ben Gurion announced that the Zionist cause can no longer sustain the efforts to create a state and resources should be diverted once more to maintaining a strong, industrious but ultimately civil Jewish presence in the Levant. He also announces that the role of the Haganah will remain a united security force for all Kibbutzes and the municipality of Tel Aviv.

August 29th- September 1st, 1948: World Science Fiction Convention is held in Boston, Massachusetts, Steve Gallacci launches the "Companion" movement, considered the beginnings of the LGBT movement...

August 31st - After attempting to retain the village of Dier Yassin in order to keep a foothold near Jerusalem the Irgun forces finally withdraw in disarray after it becomes apparent no former support will arrive. Unknown sources state they are heading north.

11th September, 1948: Bertholt Brecht plans to move to Berlin in order to found a theatre. Also on this day, Menachem Begin and co-founder announces the revival of the New Zionist Organization (NZO) which mostly contains policies carried over from Revisionist Zionism with an exception of replacing Jewish supremacy with active Arab engagement as apposed to peaceful but ultimately separate communal co-existence pushed by Labor Zionism. It also expands such engagement outside of the borders of Eritz Yisrael and all along the Levant citing ancient texts of the Judean Kingdom under David. The movement catches the fancy of many American conservative Jews and remaining European unorthodox who feel disenfranchised by the sudden pacifism of the old Zionist guard. They view the Anglo-American inquiry into the Palestinian issue as well as those involved ultimately anti-Semitic.

September 17, 1948: Robert Kennedy founds the Patriotic University Societies of America, with its HQ at his own Harvard University. Kennedy would later become the POTUS to absorb the GOP into the Patriot movement. Also on this day, Jewish Lehi guerillas assassinate United Nations negotiator Folke Bernadotte in Jerusalem, citing "unjust arrangement over the Holy City...."

October 3, 1948: The United Kingdom tests it's first atomic bomb off of the coast of Australia.

November 2nd, 1948: Though Truman puts up an extremely good fight and does better then many expected him too, Republican Thoman Dewey manages to squeak by the incumbent to a narrow victory. Dixiecrat Strom Thurmond also makes a good show which some believe may have cost Truman the election. Despite a strong showing for Strom Thurmond in the South, ostensibly a result of the passage of the Fair Employment Practices Act, Harry Truman is re-elected as President of the United States over Tom Dewey, though he is unable to secure a majority of the popular vote, winning only a plurality of 48%. Democrats increase their majorities in both houses of Congress.

November 11th, 1948: The Presley family moves to Atlantic City, New Jersey, and young Elvis is inducted as a junior member of the NJM.

November 17th, 1948: Star Wars: Holiday Special makes its hit debut on television, heavily promoting the new technology...

November 27th 1948: The Agreement of Friendship, Cooperation, and Mutual Assistance signed by Finnish and Soviet delegates.

December 11th, 1948: Fighting erupts as Palestinians claim Israeli guerillas are forcing people out of their homes in Jerusalem, sparking civil unrest and violence in the region....

December 12th, 1948: Antonio Ortiz, with Primitivo Gomez and José Perez, successfully assassinate Generalissimo Franco in Madrid, Spain....

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January 4th, 1949: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) is established Moscow, uniting the economies of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, East Austria, Romania, and Czechoslovakia....

January 7th, 1949: The New Jersey Mafia proclaims themselves enemies of the Patriots.

January 10, 1949: The Huaihai Campaign (part of the ongoing Chinese Civil War) comes to a close with a Pyrrhic victory for Nationalist forces in Northern China. Although they have been successful in securing the region and beating back the Communists, they have lost hundreds of thousands of troops in the process.

January 20, 1949: Harry Truman is inaugurated for his second term as President of the United States. His inaugural speech calls for increased aid to the Nationalist forces fighting against Chinese Communist forces and for universal health care in the United States.

February 12-15th, 1949: Hasan al-Banna, head of al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun (Muslim Brotherhood) survives an assassination attempt in Cairo, Egypt, which he promptly blames on "British imperialists", sparking sectarian violence....

March 23rd, 1949: Though guerilla activity is still widespread, the State of Vietnam is formally granted independance within the French Union.

April 1st, 1949: UN SecGen Eisenhower is killed by an unknown assassin. The FBI attempts to link it to communists but the evidence produced is inconclusive.

April 3rd, 1949: Former Prime Minister Winston Churchill is voted in as the new Secretary General of the UN.

April 15th, 1949: Lewis Hill and Alan Freed begin "underground" broadcasting from KPFA-FM in Berkeley, California...

April 17th, 1949: Andrei Sakharov dies in the gulag, where he has been residing for a little over a year now.

April 25, 1949: Tory leader Maurice Duplessis defeats Lester Pearson's Liberals in a landslide with 177 of 262 seats in the Commons.

9th May, 1949: After it's first showing in the newly founded Freies Theater Berlin (Free Theatre of Berlin) Brecht's new play "Shadow of the Empire", a dystopian play critizing the American use of Nazi technology, is banned by the German government. Brecht, feeling insulted by this, decides to emigrate to Poland.

May 14th, 1949: White Terror; Kuomingtang (KMT) leaders proclaim martial law, warning of "potential Soviet agents" during speech in Nanjing, China...

30th May, 1949: Bertholt Brecht dies in a car accident after arriving in Krakow, which was supposed to be his new home.

June 14th - July 14th, 1949: The 1949 FIFA World Cup is held in Brazil, with Spain taking the cup, and Brazil and Uruguay coming in 2nd, and 3rd respectively.

June 18th, 1949: After year-long negotiations between the leaders of the Victorious Allied Powers, the Soviet Union and local German Leaders the Germans are given three alternatives: Either a Finlandized solution with minimal military and a neutrality clause in the Constitution, which would also exclude them from any form of trade or defence agreement, or detached NATO membership* or, much to the annoyance of the Soviets but backed by the British, Americans and the UN General Secretary, full NATO membership from 1956 onwards at which time Germany would be allowed to rearm. Most West-German leaders want full NATO membership and a Western-aglined Germany and would even at the cost of the Unification. The East German leaders are pushing for the Finlandization way, but the flow of Marshal-Plan money into the former Soviet Occupation zone begins to swing public opinion.

July 2, 1949: Canada tests it's first atomic bomb at an undisclosed location in Alberta.

July 6th, 1949: Forrest Gump film directed by Frank Capra, starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed, makes its hit debut...

July 10th, 1949: Robert Taft is killed by a bomb in a suspected anarchist plot.

July 11th, 1949 - After the assasination of Robert Taft, Republican members of the senate pressure for a "Patriot Act", which gives the federal government full rights to crack down on "subversive and unamerican elements". This is also the first time, that the word "Patriot" enters the political landscape. President Truman however, rejects these plans, as these would make America a police state.

July 30, 1949: President Truman signs into law the Social Security Act of 1949, creating the United States' universal health insurance program, Medicare.

August 4th, 1949: The Red Danube starring Clark Gable, Janet Leigh and Angela Lansbury, promotes the Russian Liberation Army (RLA) in a positive light....

10th August, 1949: After a fourteen month civil war, the CPC managed to hold Czechia, while Slovakia is able to fortify itself in Slovakia. Roughly 219,000 people died during this conflict up until now, with more than 300,000 people heavily injured.

August 14th, 1949: Deutsche Rechtspartei led by Otto Ernst Remer and Gerhard Krüger is elected to the Bundestag, despite the efforts of American military forces....

April 13th, 1949: John Richard "Johnny" Wright", Brooklyn Dodgers, sparks national controversy by speaking out against the HUAC Trials, and against Jim Crow segregation as "inhumane"....

August 29, 1949: The Soviet Union tests it's fist atomic bomb.

October 1, 1949: The People's Republic of China is established, with Mao Zedong as it's Chairman, and Zhou Enlai as Premier.

October 11, 1949: Duplessis orders peacetime conscription for the first time in Canadian history.

October 15, 1949: While travelling in China, Canadian Pierre Trudeau is shot and killed by a stray PLA bullet in Northern Manchuria.

October 25, 1949: Although the People's Republic of China claims the whole of mainland China, it in reality only has control over segments of Northern China and Manchuria. The Nationalist government, aided by the United States, begins what will be known as the 'Autumn Offensive', a plan devised to crush Communist forces in the North before rooting out Communist control in Manchuria.

October 29th, 1949: George Lucas' family moves to Seattle after his father's store goes out of business. He will continue his early passion for racing cars in his new home.

2nd November, 1949: KMT troops begin a seige of the Communist-controlled city of Shijiazhuang. Currently it seems the city will surrender to the Nationalists in less than three-and-a-half months.

November 9th, 1949: Patriots Co-Founder Joseph McCarthy suffers a heartattack. It doesn't kill him, but it vastly changes his beliefs - he retires from public politics.

November 14th, 1949 - Following McCarthy's heart attack and "retirement" from politics, as well as Taft's death from a bomb assasination, the Patriots need new members they can trust and who have contacts all over the United States. They start linking ties to McCarthy's friend, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. Also, Henry Ford II expresses interest in joining this political union, after a long conversation with Walt Disney.

December 7, 1949: The Internal Security Act is passed after a heated Commons debate.

10th December 1949: Joseph Benedict Chifley manages to narrowly win against Robert Gordon Menzies in the Australian General Elections.

25th December, 1949: An official and peace treaty is signed between the National Socialists and the CPC after fourteen months of civil war, resulting in the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. The Czech part of the country goes under Communist control, while Slovakia remains democratic. Edvard Beneš, however leaves the new Slovak Republic for Paris, seeing how his dream for a peaceful, united Czechoslovakia is destroyed.

December 26th, 1949: Joseph Kennedy, Sr. is killed by a member of the NJM.

December 27th, 1949 - One day after Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. was assasinated, the American Civil Security Company (ACSC) is founded. On the surface, this looks like a normal security company, but in reality it serves as a security force for the Patriots. Their tasks are to guard the patriot members, and to dispose their enemies on their own.

December 29th, 1949: The NJM and the ACSC engage in a street war on the streets of Atlantic City, New Jersey. Walt Disney is seriously injured by a gunshot wound to the leg in New York, New York.

December 31st, 1949: Thomas Dewey retires as governor of New York, in order to go for a senate bid.

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January 7th, 1950: "Archie" Roosevelt wins governorship of New York.

January 8th, 1950: "Archie" Roosevelt is inducted into the Patriots group.

January 21st, 1950: Deutsche Rechtspartei MPs Wilhelm Meinberg, Otto Hess and Heinrich Kunstmann begin a campaign calling for the "restoration of national pride" during a rally in Munich, citing the collapse of Spain's nationalist government...

February 2, 1950 - Communist forces controlling Inner Mongolia announce they will join the Mongolian People's Republic. The Second East Turkestan Republic announces that they are joining the USSR as the Uyghur SSR. The USSR strongly backs both of these, believing Mao's communists to be doomed.

February 14th, 1950: Sino-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact; Soviet officials warn that a state of military awareness has been established regarding the Sino-Soviet border, sparking international attention....

March 18th 1950: A CCP (Communist Chinese Party) agent under orders from Mao kills Chiang Ching-kuo and his family in their house with a bomb. Many years later after being imprisoned for life on his deathbed the agent admits that he was indeed under Mao's orders. Upon hearing the news of Chiang Ching-kuo's death, his father, Chiang Kai-shek has a mental breakdown. He becomes increasing paranoid and and a major alcoholic.

April 4th, 1950: Another World Watching by Gerald Heard becomes a major bestseller, sparking national controversy....

April 6th, 1950 - The ruling military government of Lebanon in a shocking twist that angers much of its Islamic population starts to welcome Jewish settlers in the sparsely populated south to form a kind of additional business zone to Beirut, which is sponsored by the NZO. British observers (I don't know if the British withdrew) along the northern Palestinian border also report movement within Southern Lebanon uncertain whether it is from the army, local militia or others.

April 20, 1950 - The Mongolian People's Republic announces its intention to join the USSR as the Mongolian SSR.

May 7th, 1950: Berlin Surprise; Russian Liberation Army (RLA) takes credit for the bombing of a Communist Party headquarters in Berlin, Germany, killing 7 people...

May 8th, 1950: Five years after VE Day the new German constituiton is signed. The Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany enshrines Human Rights, Democratic Principles and forbids offensive war. As a Compromise solution it is decided that in 1955 a plesbicite about NATO membership will be held. Communist and pro-Western leaders will agitate for their points of view for the next years even though the continued 'Wirtschaftswunder' (Economic miracle) will continue to swing the public towards a pro-NATO position.

May 21st, 1950: The Empire Strikes Back film directed by George Pal and Ray Harryhausen makes its hit debut....

May 24th, 1950: Members of the Russian Liberation Army (RLA) fire shots at the Soviet Embassy in Berlin, Germany, sparking international attention...

June 1950: North Korea invades South Korea, resulting in many nations from the UN sending troops to help the ROC army.

June 18 1950: The British Government announces it's Commonwealth Immigration Scheme, where by British citizens will be given cheap passages (10 Pounds) to immigrate to the Dominions and Colonies to kickstart development and industry. Large numbers go to the white dominions (Canada, Australia, New Zealand), as each of these have had similar schemes in place for quite some time. However, increasing numbers go to the African Colonies, with South Africa, Rhodesia, Kenya and Nigeria being the most popular destinations.

June 24th 1950- Brazil hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 25, 1950: All is quiet on the Korean peninsula.

July 6, 1950: The Mohandas Gandhi government resigns after a schism in the Indian National Congress over nationalization policy. New Prime Minister Nehru asks for and recieves a dissolution of the House of Representatives/Lok Sabha from Governor-General Rajagopalachari.

July 11th, 1950: Harold Schwartz, XEG-AM, begins broadcasting "race music" from across the Mexican border in Moterrey, Nuevo, Leon...

July 15th, 1950: Andre Johnson establishes The Tiger's Den in Los Angeles, California, a magazine dedicated to LGBT issues...

July 16th 1950- Spain beats hosts Brazil 5-2 to win the FIFA World Cup. Also on this day, D.T. Suzuki begins teaching Buddhism to Alan Watts, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and Gary Snyder, Erich Fromm, and Karen Horney in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention...

July 18, 1950: Roy Cohn and David Schine are killed in a car crash outside Annapolis, Maryland.

November 7, 1950: Democrats hold on to their majorities in both houses of Congress, albeit with reduced majorities. President Truman announces that in light of the country giving his party another term in the legislature, he will seek the expansion of his Fair Deal programs.

December 1950: Senator Joseph McCarthy begins his anti-Communist crusade, but many republicans don't believe him, refering to him as "McCarthy the Mad." President Truman even denounces his tactics.

December 7, 1950: Elections in India - no party recieves a majority in Parliament; the four largest parties are the INC (Nehru), the INC (Gandhi), the Liberal Party, and the Muslim League. Mohammad Ali Jinnah becomes Prime Minister in a coalition government of the ML, the INC(N) and the Liberals.

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January 5th, 1951: Chiang Kai-shek is quietly forced to retire and Li Zongren becomes leader of the Republic of China.

February 6th, 1951: Marcelino Massana is elected President of Spain in national elections, signalling a move towards democracy...

February 15th, 1951: Tensions mount as Palestinian guerilla Jamil Muhammad Mujarrab, bombs the marketplace in Jerusalem, Israel, sparking civil unrest and sectarian hostilities....

February 28, 1951: The Kuomintang establishes firm control of mainland China, despite the occasional terrorist attacks coming from demobilized and demoralized members of the Communist Party.

March 3rd, 1951: Ken Sample establishes "The Puma Room", the first openly LGBT club in New York City, New York....

March 9th, 1951: Soviet-backed General Akbar Khan overthrows Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, instaling Comunist leader Sajjad Zaheer in Karachi, Pakistan....

March 10 1951: A large amount of Pan African leaders, including Kwame Nkrumah from the British Gold Coast, are killed at a Pan African Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, after a gas tank out side the conference room develops a leak and someone lights a cigarette, causing a violent explosion.

March 24 1951: Argentine physicist Ronald Richter announced he had successfully achieved controlled nuclear fusion in the Huemul Project backed by the Peron government through "lithium-deuterium" reaction...

March 25th 1951: On its yearly training cruise, the Finnish Navy school ship Suomen Joutsen visits New York. Thousands of people, mainly of Finnish-American descent, visit the ship at the harbor. At a banquet held at City Hall, Mayor Ferdinand Pecora calls "Finland a small, courageous nation flying the flag of freedom". The visit leads to a diplomatic row with the Soviet Union; for the following sailing season, visits to US and British ports are quietly cancelled.

April 1st, 1951: Astro Boy (Pacific Comics) by Osamu Tezuka further popularizes the art of Japanese manga to mainstream American audiences...

April 18th, 1951: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) establishes a Coal and Steel Community integrating the steel and coal economies of Eastern Europe....

May 1st, 1951: The Warsaw Pact is formed, Citing the continued Western tendencies in Germany as the reason. It is a massive miscalculation on the part of Khrushchev as it re-kindles old anti-communist fears in the West and begins to shift German politics onto an even more pro-western Course.

May 4th, 1951: Reichsfront and Reichsjugend organizations hold rallies in Berlin, Munich, and Bonn, proclaiming the call for an "anti-Commnist crusade"...

June 10, 1951: Australia tests it's first atomic bomb, independent of British co-operation.

June 12th, 1951: Raiders of the Lost Ark film starring Charlton Heston and Peter Lorre makes its hit debut. Also on this day, the Mau Mau rebellion begins in Kenya, with an attack on a passenger train by Mau Mau guerrillas.

June 17, 1951: Following a strong victory in the parliamentary elections of the French Fourth Republic, a left coalition government under the leadership of Communist politician Maurice Thorez forms a government in Paris. The coalition, consisting of the PCF and the Section Française de l'Internationale Ouvričre (SFIO), has at least in the interim expressed interest in maintaining good relations with the United States and other Western Powers.

June 29th, 1951: Admiral Khuang Aphaiwong overthrows the government in Bangkok, Thailand citing "Socialist guerillas"....

July 8th, 1951: Russia Liberation Army (RLA) members bomb a nightclub in Vienna, Austria, frequented by Soviet Embassy employees, killing 9 people. Also on this day, Kim Il-sung sends a message to all Korean nationals in communist China to help him build a better Korea. With the collapse of the PRC many will respond to the call. Despite Moscow’s urge of avoiding war Kim Il-sung has become Moscow’s man in Asia with the failure of all other Asian communist leaders.

July 30th, 1951: The regulations creating a common agricultural policy (CAP) enter into force in Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) nations...

August 6, 1951: President Truman signs into law the 'Public Development Act of 1951' into law, paving the way for the creation of regional 'Valley Authorities' on the TVA model across the country. Among those sites chosen for development include the Columbia River Valley, the Ohio River Valley, and other areas of the nation.

August 10-24th, 1951: Nuclear peace talks are launched with Great Britain, France, Soviet Union, and China in attendance, sparking international attention and concern....

August 12 1951: The Dutch declare that they have pacified the Dutch East Indies after a brutal but effective counter insurgency campaign. However, at the request of the Dutch Government, Australian troops are deployed to West Paupua, Celebes and some of the smaller islands after rumours that the Soviets are sending supplies to Communist Guerilla forces in the Jungle.

October 21st - November 19th, 1951: The First NSL Championship is held. The Roanoke Industry wins the cup, beating the Chicago Mafia 3-2. The Atlantic Crusaders come in third, and the Portland Pirates come in fourth.

October 29th, 1951: President Harry Truman calls for economic sanctions against Argentina, sparking tensions and fueling anti-American sentiment throughout the region....

November 1st 1951: Finnish war reparations reassessed by the Soviet leadership. Citing "substandard quality" and "delays", the USSR demands increased payments. As a result, the Finnish government estimates the completion of outstanding reparations will take until 1954-55.

November 11th, 1951: Ace in the Hole directed by Billy Wilder makes its hit film debut, condemning sensationalistic media...

November 18th, 1951: Chancellor Fritz Rössler leads a rally denouncing Jewish as the "agents of Communism" during a rally in Bonn,...

December 8th, 1951 - Facing a dry up of support in the west Labor Zionism and many of its leaders including Ben Gurion endorse increased support with the Eastern Bloc. This alienated many Jewish residents in Palestine who equally fled from potential Soviet repression and virtually extinguishes remaining support among the American Jewish populous. The NZO take it as an opportunity to further romanticize their movement as one that brings the Middle East closer to Jews abroad (through Lebanon) and keeps Communism away. They also make headway in connecting with non-Jewish but equally Zionist and increasingly politically active Baptist congregations including the largest, the Southern Baptist Convention.

December 23rd-25th, 1951: Argentina under President Juan Peron, holds peace talks regarding its nuclear weapons program....

December 24, 1951: President Truman sings into law the Atomic Energy Act of 1951, paving the way for the development of clean, nuclear energy across the United States.

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January 2nd, 1952: Mao Zedong goes missing in Russia and many people point to the KGB though it will never be known what happens to him.

January 5, 1952: A far-right extremist assassinates Maurice Thorez in Paris.

January 15, 1952: President Truman secures passage of an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 that provides paid vacation time for workers. Also on this day, Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi launches rally in Karbala, Iraq, calling for "infidel dogs" to leave the holy lands of Islam...

February 11th, 1952: The Anticoncept film directed by Gil J. Wolman makes its hit debut,...

February 14th 1952-Opeaning ceremonies for the VI Winter Olympics are held in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

February 17th, 1952: Argentinean President Juan Peron tells President Harry Truman that he refuses to return to peace talks if economic sanctions are maintained against the Argentine people, during a televised address in Buenos Aires, Argentina,....

February 21st, 1952: A letter by Albert Einstein is sent to President Truman, telling him about the potential of space flight and the potential the Soviets have to accomplish it before the Americans do.

March-June 1952: King Farouk of Egypt crushes a total of five coup attempts by various members of the armed forces and beurocracy. The regime is becoming nastier and nastier...

March 24, 1952: Kim Il-sung begins purges within his country.

April 3rd, 1952: The United States Committee on Space Flight (USCSF) is set up by President Truman, and the American space program has begun. Notable members of the USCSF are Milton Rosen, Richard Porter, and Alan T. Watermain.

April 8, 1952: North Korean officers sneak across the border and defect to the South. All tell of preparation of an invasion of the South but both Seoul and Washington ignore this as harmless since 1950 Kim Il-sung has talked of uniting Korean peninsula by force is needed but taken no real action.

May 29th, 1952: Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi proclaims his support for the "liberation of Jerusalem from the infidel" with Ahmad Shukeiri in Khartoum, Sudan...

June 30th, 1952: Columnist Walter Winchell publishes the science fiction novel The Gauntlet, which is serialized for audiences in The Los Angeles Times...

July 1952: Ronald Reagan is endorsed by his local Democratic Party organization and given the go-ahead to seek a spot in the House of Representatives. This would be the begging of a very successful political career for the liberal Democrat that would come to be known by his detractors as 'Regulate 'Em Ron' in the sixties and seventies.

July 5th, 1952: Musician John Cage makes his hit debut with his single "4 Minutes 33 Seconds" in New York City, New York, with his style of anti-authoritarian music...

July 12th 1952: The 15th Summer Olympics in Helsinki opened by President Fagerholm.

July 26, 1952: Faced with a divided convention, an unenthusiastic Democratic Party once again nominates Harry Truman for president. In an effort to unify the party, Senator Estes Kefauver is nominated for the vice president spot.

July 11th, 1952: Republicans gather and nominate Earl Warren of California for president. To balance the ticket, Warren picks General Douglas MacArthur for vice president.

August 2nd, 1952: Argentinean President Juan Peron vows to increase the "military deterrant" to deal with "U.S. atempts to provoke a war...." during a speech in Buenos Aires, Argentina...

August 30th-September 1st, 1952: Theodore Sturgeon leads convention of comic book fans in Chicago, Illinois, sparking national attention....

September 13th, 1952: Afghanistan, Burma, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia and Yemen call upon the General Assembly to begin formal investigations into "the question of race conflict in the United States of America resulting from the policies of Jim Crow segregation of the Government of the United States of America"

September 23rd, 1952: Reichsfront and Reichsjugend organizations begin launching rallies in Berlin, Leipzig and Rostock, sparking international attention...

September 26, 1952: On the campaign trail, Earl Warren promises not to interfere with "the New Deal or the Fair Deal," instead, he stresses, "we Republicans will not destroy what is accepted practice in the United States. What we will do is make these programs better financed and more fruitful for the American people."

October 10th, 1952: Eva Peron leads a rally that rejects further talks on Argentina's nuclear program, claims "Washington wants to rule the world...."

October 16th, 1952: United Nations Headquarters is completed in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention....

October 19th, 1952: Everett Dirksen, a friend of Patriot co-founder Robert Taft, joins the ranks of the Patriots.

October 21st - November 19th, 1952: The 1952 NSL Championship is held. The Portland Pirates win their first cup title after a hard fought game against the Roanoke Industry, winning 2-1. The Chicago Mafia comes in third, and the Kansas City Cherokee come in fourth.

October 22, 1952: For the first time in twenty years, the Republican Party is polling at near parity with the Democrats, though the latter enjoy a smaller intrinsic advantage thanks to the passage of Medicare and other Fair Deal measures. President Truman implores the voters that "a vote for Earl Warren is a vote for Herbert Hoover", and does his best to out-hawk the moderate Warren on communism, despite a rather calm situation the world over.

October 23rd, 1952: Soviet Premier Nikita Khruschev calls for a crackdown on Reichsfront and Reichsjugend organizations, sparking a nationalist right-wing backlash....

October 25, 1952: General Douglas MacArthur suffers a mild heart attack. As a result, he publicly moves to resign himself from the ticket, citing bad health and wishing 'not to endanger the Republicans in November'. He is replaced at an emergency meeting of the Republican National Committee by Illinois Senator Everett Dirksen.

October 29, 1952: In his first public debut as Republican Vice Presidential nominee, Everett Dirksen attacks the Truman administration on grounds of corruption and 'Fair Deal boondoggles'. Initially rebuffed by Warren for such remarks, especially on the issue of Medicare, Dirksen keeps a low profile for the rest of the campaign cycle.

October 30th, 1952 - A few before the United States presidential election, the Patriots (Senators Disney (R-CA) and Nixon (R-CA), as well as Henry Ford II and Governer Archibald Roosevelt (R-NY)) decide to discuss their strategies for the future. The ASCS and the ODACA serve as a "spearhead" for the Patriots, who themselves act silently in the background. They also want to appoint a candidate for the 1956 election, whether they are from the Republican or Democratic party.

November 1, 1952: Three days before Election Day, President Truman announces that a strategic pact, based on the NATO model, is in the works to guard against Communist expansion in Asia. Earl Warren quickly notes that he too would support such a collective security pact between the United States, Japan, China, and South Korea, as well as with the area's nuclear powers (chiefly Australia).

November 2, 1952: Communist guerillas launch a sustained offensive outside Manila; some manage to even get as far as parts of Quezon City.

November 4th, 1952: The election turns out to be a close one, and it goes to Congress. Harry S. Truman and Everett Dirksen become President and Vice President, respectively. The road to a turbulent Presidency is now paved.

November 17th, 1952: Argentina says it will conduct a nuclear test in the face of what it claimed was "the U.S. extreme threat of a nuclear war."

18th November 1952 - A US Military proposal into legged tanks is shot down by the Pentagon and the patriots themselves for the sheer implausibility. Declassified moments from the Pentagon show that the military laughed off the walking nuke launcher as "something out of some robert heinlein novel!"

November 23rd, 1952: Argentina declares to have conducted its first nuclear test, drawing a unanimous condemnation from the 16 members of the U.N. Security Council.

December 1st, 1952: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov, proposes the idea that the United Nations was created as part of a Anglo-American conspiracy for a "world empire"...

December 21st, 1952: The United Nations a Human Rights Commission to investigate the matter of human rights violations under Hernan Santa Cruz of Chile, Ralph Bunche of the United States, and Jaime Torres Bodet of Mexico....

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January 6, 1953: Following Malenkov's forced retirement from the Politburo, and Deputy Premier Lavrentiy Beria's treason trial, the new Communist Party First Secretary and Chairman of the Council of Ministers Nikita Khrushchev delivers his famous "Report on the Cult of Personality", condemning the legacy of Stalin's leadership in the party, marking the beginning of the "Soviet Spring" period of Soviet history. Also on this day, Disc jockey Alan Watts, begins broadcasting underground radio broadcasts from Berkeley, California...

January 9th, 1953: Washington Buddhist Vihara, the nation's first Theravada Buddhist temple is established in Washington D.C., signalling a rise in Chinese culture nationwide....

January 14th, 1953: Princess Knight (Pacific Comics) by Osamu Tezuka popularizes the idea of comic books for women. Many feminists later credit the title as an inspiration...

January 20, 1953: Harry S. Truman is inaugurated for his second term as US President. His speech is regarded as a triumph, calling for "preperations for war and politicking for peace", and promising to "maintain freedom at home and abroad" while "avoiding aggressive assaults upon other nations."

March 22nd, 1953: President Juan Peron enters into another round of peace talks regarding its nuclear weapons program in Geneva, Switzerland...

March 23rd, 1953: President Harry S. Truman launches the "Star Wars" Defense Initiative in Washington D.C., sparking international attention...

March 30th, 1953: United Nations inspectors Henri Laugier of France and Dantes Bellegarde of Haiti are killed outside of Birmingham, Alabama, sparking international attention...

April 1, 1953: The Jinnah Government falls after the spectacular failure of the Pakistan Autonomy Bill. Parliamentary elections are scheduled for July 1953. Nehru becomes the head of an interim government.

April 3, 1953: Anti-Muslim riots break out in Delhi, Bombay, Madras and other major Indian cities. Thousands of civilians are dead, hundreds severely injured.

April 6, 1953: "Counter-riots" against Hindus occur in Muslim-majority areas across India. Even where police and the Army are willing to stop rioters, they are completely overwhelmed. Also on this day, Argentina refuses to negotiate in multinational talks until it receives a promised transfer of funds frozen by the U.S. Treasury...

April 7, 1953: A Hindu extremist shoots former Prime Minister Gandhi. While still living, he is in a terminal coma.

April 8, 1953: Rioting spreads to many smaller cities in response to the attempted assassination of Gandhi. Christian populations begin to be included as targets, especially in "Bleeding Goa," only recently taken from the Portuguese.

April 15, 1953: Muslim League MPs, meeting in Karachi, entertain a motion on whether or not to secede Pakistan as an independent Commonwealth Realm. In the same meeting, Mujibur Rahman storms out after a debate on whether to record the proceedings in Bengali as well as Urdu.

April 16, 1953: The Muslim League Congress votes narrowly against secession.

April 18th, 1953: In the United Kingdom former Naval Intelligence Officer releases the first James Bond Novel "Moonraker" which will eventually spawn 30 more novels and a highly successful film series. Later that same day Ian Fleming vovs to stop smoking after hearing that a good friend died of Lung Cancer.

April 20th, 1953: Antichrist of the Millenium by E.R. Chamberlin, blends religious overtones and messages with science fiction, becoming a bestseller....

April 21st 1953: Margaret Thatcher, Conservative candidate for Dartford at the previous British General Election is killed by a lion whilst on safari in South Africa. Also on this day, Alan Watts begins "pirate radio" broadcasts in San Francisco, California, broadcasting underground music....

April 24th 1953: Clement Attlee retires as Prime Minister. Over the next month and much infighting, a new leader is elected.

April 29th, 1953: Russian Liberation Army (RLA) guerillas meet with Christian leaders in Rome, proclaiming the need to "liberate the Russian people from atheist socialism"....

May 7th 1953: Ernest Bevin becomes British Prime Minister, promising to maintain the reforms of the Attlee government.

May 14, 1953: A bomb misfires in a busy street in Hanoi, State of Vietnam, the first such attack in several years. It sends the French into a panic, but the real culprits are a ragtag band of former Vietminh members.

June 7th 1953: Sweden, Norway and Denmark form the Nordic Council. A common labour market and free movement across borders without passport introduced.

June 8th - July 7th, 1953: The 1953 World Cup is held in Austria, the first to follow the new odd numbered years pattern. West Germany comes in first, and Austria comes in second. The hard fought battle, which resulted in a 4-3 final, would result in a rivalry between the two nations for the next decade.

June 16th-17th, 1953: German General Strike; Neo-fascist and Communist groups clash in violent riots in Berlin, Munich and Bonn...

July 21st-24th, 1953: The modern LGBT movment ("Rowbrazzle") is launched in San Diego, California, shocking guests of the World Science Fiction Convention....

August 19th, 1953: Mohammad Mosaddegh is overthrown in a coup, orchestrated by the United States and Great Britain, fueling opposition to the United Nations throughout the Middle East....

September 5th,1953: Ching-Ling Yen established the Yulon Motors Co Ltd. in Shanghai, China in an effort to rebuild the country's automobile industry...

October 2nd, 1953: Striporama starring Marilyn Monroe, makes its hit film debut, amidst concern over "licentcious behavior"....

October 3, 1953 - Earl Warren is appointed Chief Justice of the SCOTUS by President Harry Truman on the advice of his Vice President.

October 21st - November 19th, 1953: The 1953 NSL Championship is held. The Portland Pirates win their second cup title after a hard fought game against the Chicago Mafia, winning 2-0. The Roanoke Industry comes in third, and the Denver Peaks come in fourth.

December 19th, 1953: Former Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh is executed by Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, fueling anti-American and anti-British sentiment throughout the Middle East....

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January 26th, 1954: Argentina refuses to sign a written declaration regarding its nuclear weapons program before the United Nations General Assembly in San Francisco, California...

February 22nd, 1954: Reverend Billy Graham is killed in London, England by a Communist Party sympathizer, fueling tensions within the United States....

March 1st, 1954: North Korean forces cross the 38th parallel on the South Korean holiday of Independence Day. North Korean forces cut through South Korean defenses and merely token force of American forces.

March 2nd 1954: Truman declares he will not allow another Poland and send more American forces to Korea from Japan. Moscow is quiet to all attempts of being told to reign much to the West’s frustration. Atomic threats are sent to Pyongyang to stop the advance in Korea by Washington. Moscow responds by saying if North Korea is attacked with nuclear weapons the Warsaw pact will retaliate.

March 3rd 1954: Doomsday clock set to 5 minutes to midnight.

March 8th 1954: Seoul falls after heavy fighting within the city itself. The northern half of South Korea is under North occupation.

March 12, 1954 - Alarmed by the fall of Seoul, the Republic of China invades North Korea.

March 17th, 1954: Scorpion Pass Massacre; Palestinian guerillas ambush a bus traveling from Eilat to Tel Aviv, and opened fire at short range when the bus reached the area of Ma'ale Akrabim (Scorpion Pass) in the northern Negev....

March 19th, 1954: "Orgone Accumulators" manufactured by Wilhelm Reich become popular amongst youth, although condemned as "magnets of perversion" in New York City, New York...

March 25, 1954 - Douglas MacArthur leads UN Forces in the Landing of Incheon. Despite concerns, particularly MacArthur's recent bad health, the landing is an outstanding success.

April 21st, 1954: Doctor Frederic Wertham, author of Seduction of the Innocent, proclaims that comic books are "communist manifestos aimed at corrupting our youth into lives of deparvity..." during Congressional hearings in New York City, New York...

April 22, 1954 - The United States Department of Energy and the Environment is created.

April 29th, 1954: Panchsheel Treaty; Indian and Chinese governments establish a treaty establishing trade and political alliances between the two most populated nations on Earth, sparking international attention....

May 1st, 1954: Liberation of Seoul; Sun Myung Moon announces the liberation of Seoul, after launching a massive guerilla offensive...

May 5, 1954 - Syngman Rhee is assassinated by a North Korean spy following the Liberation of Seoul.

May 17, 1954: The Supreme Court declares segregation in schools unconstitutional in Brown v. Board of Education.

May 18, 1954: Every Southern federal legislator excepting Albert Gore and Lyndon Johnson and every Southern Governor sign a manifesto committing to "massive but lawful resistance" to desegregating the schools.

May 28th, 1954: Argentina expels all nuclear weapons inspectors from Argentina, claiming that they are "agents of the American government...", vowing never to return to nuclear weapons peace talks, during a televised address in Buenos Aires, Argentina....

June 4, 1954: In defiance of Arkansas Governor Faubus' wishes, the Little Rock School Board votes narrowly to comply with the Supreme Court's decision. Angry segregationists mount a protest ending in violence and the death of two school board members.

June 8th, 1954: Ghostbusters film starring Dean Martin, Bob Hope, and Fred McMurray makes its hit debut....

June 16th 1954- Switzerland hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 21, 1954 - Kim Il-sung is killed by artillery attemping to flee Pyongyang. North Korea unconditionally surrenders. North Korea is put under joint administration of China and South Korea. Sun Myung Moon becomes President of South Korea, promising to reintegrate the North.

June 27, 1954 - The first nuclear power plant opens in the USSR. Harry Truman announces that the Department of Energy and Environment will focus on creating environmentally friendly power sources.

July 2, 1954 - After a popularity surge following the Korean War, Harry Truman announces plans for a Civil Rights Act by the end of his term.

July 4, 1954 - Upon advice from Albert Einstein, the US Department of Space is created. Harry Truman states that the United States will send man-made objects into space, followed by men, followed by landings on the Moon and Mars. Also on this day, Uruguay beats Germany 5-1 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 9th, 1954: Argentinean military officials announce the underground detonation of a nuclear weapon La Plata, Argentina, sparking international condemnation....

July 22nd-25th, 1954: LGBT leaders Mark Merlino and Rod O'Riley are arrested in San Diego, California after a brawl begins at the World Science Fiction Convention,....

July 27th, 1954: President Juan Peron warns that he is prepared to approve measures including weaponizing all newly separated plutonium from the spent fuel from its La Plata nuclear reactor, continuing to develop a uranium enrichment capability, and responding militarily to any blockade....

July 28th, 1954:The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe directed by Luis Brunnel, makes its hit debut,...

August 30, 1954 - The French Parliament ratifies the European Union Pact. The EU is planned to have a common currency, common military, and a common European parliament. The fledgling EU consists of Ireland, France, Italy, and the Benelux countries. Germany has expressed interest in joining, Britain less so.

August 31st, 1954: Varietease starring Marilyn Monroe, makes its hit debut, despite calls to have the film bannned due to "sexual nature"....

September 1st, 1954: Yulon Motors Co Ltd. produces it's first product, the A-Type bicycle engine.

September 11th, 1954: Federal Comics Code is passed by Estes Kefauver (D-TN) and William Langer (R-ND), citing the "threat to our nation's youth..."

September 18th, 1954: Former U.S. President Herbert Hoover secures the release of American oil workers in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking international controversy...

September 19th, 1954: President Truman suffers a debilitating stroke which forces him to resign due to his incapacitation. Everett Dirksen becomes President. New President Everett Dickinson announces that he will spearhead efforts at space, international nuclear non-proliferation and the advancement of civil rights both in America and abroad. Also on this day, Argentinean news services proclaim that the meeting between President Juan Peron and former U.S. President Herbert Hoover was aimed at “bilateral confidence.” during a televised address in Buenos Aires, Argentina...

September 20, 1954 - Li Zongren fails to persuade President Dickinson to retract Tibet from the United Nations. In the following dispute, Dickinson ends Marshall Aid to China, and Li Zongren cozies up to the USSR, recognizing the Uyghur and Mongolian SSRs.

October 20th 1954: The last war reparation payment from Finland, a batch of industrial machinery, delivered to the USSR. Relieved celebration in Finland for the completion of the debt. Prime Minister Tuomioja visits Moscow with a trade delegation to discuss bilateral economic issues.

October 21st - November 19th, 1954: The 1954 NSL Championship is held. The Roanoke Industry win their second cup title after a drama-filled battle against the Denver Peaks, winning 4-3. The Atlantic Crusaders come in third, and the Boston Union comes in fourth. The Pirates are nowhere to be seen.

November 1, 1954: A mass uprising in Algeria marks the start of the long-running insurgency in that colony.

November 2, 1954: Robert Kennedy is elected Republican Congressman for NY-26.

November 8th, 1954: Russian Liberation Army (RLA) guerillas detonate a car bomb in Moscow's Red Square, killing 12 people in the process...

December 18th, 1954: "Let Me Go Lover!" single by the Lancers makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California, despite controversy...

December 21st, 1954: When Prophecy Failed by Mrs. Dorothy Martin of Chicago, Illinois, popularizes science fiction for women....

December 28th, 1954: Indonesian leaders storm out of the United Nations in San Francisco, California proclaiming the organization a "criminal organization"...

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January 15th, 1955: Reverend Oral Roberts proclaims that the white Afrikaaners, in support of the apartheid government are the "children of God" during a rally blessing 30,000 people in Johannesberg, South Africa...

January 22nd-24th, 1955: Members of the Dickinson Administration meet with Argentinean officials in Buenos Aires, in an effort to establish a settlement regarding nuclear weapons....

February 6th, 1955: Oral Roberts begins national television transmission of his show Your Faith Is Power in Tulsa, Oklahoma....

February 19th, 1955: "Melody of Love" single by Leo Diamond, makes its hit musical debut in New York City, New York...

February 26th, 1955: National Association of Radio Broadcasters ban "racial music" ( jazz, and R&B music) out of fears of "inciting violence"....

February 28th, 1955: Teaserama starring Marilyn Monroe makes its hit debut, despite calls to have the film banned due to full frontal nudity....

March 7th, 1955: Brazilian and Argentine government exchange threats of Brazilian attack and Argentine nuclear attack, before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York....

March 19th, 1955: Carl Perkins introduces the world to "Rockabilly" in Tupelo, Mississippi, with his hit single "Turn Around"....

March 26th, 1955: Argentinean officials threaten to leave multinational peace talks regarding nuclear weapons, before the United Nations General Assembly in San Francisco, California...

April 5, 1955 - As a provision to secure exclusive television contracts in the United States, the NHL announces the addition of six new teams as part of its new "Western Division" despite resistance from the Original Six. Los Angeles, Denver, St. Louis, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Seattle are awarded franchises.

The following teams begin playing in the 1955/56 season:

Los Angeles Blades
Denver Peaks
St. Louis Blues
Cleveland Cannons
Philadelphia Flyers
Seattle Bombers

April 10th, 1955: Pernambuco Affair; Argentine naval vessels are blamed for the sinking of the Brazilian fishing vessel "Pernambuco", fueling tensions throughout Latin America....

April 11th, 1955: Shafir Massacre; Two Palestinian guerillas open fire on a synagogue full of children and teenagers, in the farming community of Shafir, killing three children and a youth worker and injuring five, three of them seriously....

April 16th, 1955: "Dixie Danny" single by the Laurie Sisters makes its hit musical debut in Memphis, Tennessee...

April 18th, 1955: Albert Einstein announces his "grand unification theory" in Princeton, New Jersey, sparking waves throughout the scientific community...

April 18th-24th, 1955: Bandung Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Bandung, Indonesia, proclaiming that the United Nations is an "illegitimate organiztion led by imperialists and colonialists..."

April 20th, 1955: Sun Myung Moon sparks controvery after telling reporters that America has become a "den of iniquity" because of "its efforts to accommodate minorities."

May 28th, 1955: U.S. State Department announces that it will cease diplomatic affairs with Argentina until the "Pernambuco Incident" is resolved...

June 3rd, 1955: Underground Broadcast of 1955; Disc jockeys Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti are arrested in San Francisco, California after reading from "Howl" as "obscene and disgusting". Also on this day, The Seven Year Itch directed by Billy Wilder, starring Bettie Page, makes its hit debut....

June 5th, 1955: President Juan Peron announces be party to nonproliferation and disarmament agreements “on an equal footing with other nuclear weapons states.” during a televised address in Buenos Aires, Argentina...

July 4th, 1955: Brazilian government officials officially announce that they believe that the "Pernambuco" fishing vessel was sunk by a Argentinean torpedo during a press conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil....

July 9th, 1955: Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein are arrested in London, England after protesting British and American military intervention across the globe, embarassing both governments....

August 15th 1955: The Soviet and Finnish governments fail to agree the terms for returning the Porkkala area to Finland. The lease duration, however, is reduced from 50 to 20 years and the next date of possible lease renewal set in 1975.

August 18th, 1955: Singer Pete Seeger is arrested in Washington D.C., after calling the HUAC trials a "sham against the American people..."

August 27th-September 2nd, 1955: Mark Merlino and Rod O'Riley attempt to spread word of the LGBT movement in Brighton, England, sparking international attention...

August 29th, 1955: Beit Oved Massacre; Palestinian Fedayeen death squad fired small arms at a group of Israeli laborers, killing four and injuring ten...

August 30th, 1955: David Ankenbrandt publishes The Road (a.k.a. "the Blue Book") warning people of alien infiltration of the government...

September 1st-6th, 1955: Belgrade Conference; leaders of the anti-colonialist and anti-imperialist movement led by Jawarhalal Nehru, Sukarno, Kwame Nkrumah, et. al threaten to leave the United Nations General Assembly, in San Francisco, California...

September 3rd, 1955: Muhammad bin Laden, follower of Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi, announces an armed insurrection in Hamis Musayt, Saudi Arabia...

September 10th, 1955: President Everett Dickinson officials announce the imposition of further economic sanctions against Argentina, sparking international attention and concern over the region....

September 14th-18th, 1955: American and Brazilian military forces conduct four-day joint military exercises, sparking tensions within the region.....

September 21st, 1955: In response to the banning of rock music and the arrest of Pete Seeger, the ship Delicious Melody begins broadcasting "race" music from their boat onto the coast, to circumvent the race music ban.

October 3rd 1955 - Thanks to the research of Werner von Braun and the rest of the scientists that were retreived by the Soviets, the USSR sucessfully launch their first satellite, Sputnik I into space, mission duration is projected at 3 months, but suprisingly, it lasts 7 months and 6 days before orbital decay set's in.

October 5th, 1955: After suffering a stroke, Winston Churchill steps down as General-Secretary.

October 21st - November 19th, 1955: The 1956 NSL Championship is held. The Denver Peaks win their first cup title after a hard fought battle with Kansas City Cherokee. The New York Yanks come in third.

November 1st 1955: Finland joins the Nordic Council.

November 2nd, 1955: Sun Myung Moon announces the formation of 30 "Unification" centers across South Korea, sparking international attention and concern...

December 1st, 1955: With a reasonably large Majority Germany votes to join NATO by 1960.

December 6th, 1955: United Nations General Assembly adopts Resolution #917 calling for the Human Rights Commission to continue its investigation into the plight of "people of color" in the United States, sparking international controversy...

December 19th, 1955: "Blue Suede Shoes" single by Carl Perkins makes its hit debut in Tupelo, Mississippi...

December 25th, 1955: "Bucky of Venus" is broadcast nationwide as a Christmas special, warning people of the danger of nuclear war....

December 31st,1955: Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi seizes control of the government in Khartoum, Sudan proclaiming himself "Mahdi",....

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January 1st, 1956: Duncan Sandys, currently working on a Defence White Paper is heavily mauled in an accident when he crosses a street in London and is hit by a bus. The White Paper will be delayed for more than six months and arrive at very different conclusion as Sandys was a fierce proponent of Rockets over manned aircraft, while the new person in charge wasn't.

January 7th, 1956: Chuck Levy and Virginia Maynard are called the "Robin Hoods of the Airwaves" after launching underground radio broadcasts in San Francisco, California. Also on this day, "Band of Gold" single by Kit Carson makes its hit musical debut in New York City, New York...

January 9th, 1956: Oral Roberts proclaims the Philippines in need of "Christian revelation", despite or because of the fact that 95% of the population is Roman Cathoic in Manila, Philippines...

January 13th-20th, 1956: President Everett Dickinson rejects calls for mediation by the Soviet Union regarding the ongoing crisis in Argentina,....

January 26th 1956-Opeaning ceremonies for the VII Winter Olympics are held in Lake Placid, USA.

February 17th, 1956: The Adventures of Robin Hood syndicated series by Chuck Levy and Virginia Maynard makes its hit television debut...

February 29th, 1956: Russian Liberation Army (RLA) members led by Viktor Ilyinsky, take credit for the bombing of a marketplace in Aachen, Germany, sparking international attention....

March 12th, 1956: Southern Manifesto is released; the entire Congressional delegation of the former Confederacy walks out after proposals for desegregation are made in the House of Representatives. Also on this day, American and Brazilian military forces conduct joint military exercises, sparking tensions within the region.....

March 21st, 1956: Carl Perkins performs on the Perry Como Show (NBC-TV) creating a music sensation...

April 7th 1956 - The first living being is launched into space on Sputnik II, it's a dog known as Laika (Barker in Russian), after a 7 day flight, Sputnik II landed in Moscow, Laika was given a juicy bone when she was recovered.

April 11th, 1956: Singer Nat King Cole is killed after a white supremacist stabs him in Birmingham, Alabama, sparking national outrage; Also on this day, al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun launches an armed insurrection in Al-Karameh, Jordan, killing 8 people...

April 26th, 1956: Wuling Acord; Wuling Corp. announces the sale of Chinese automobiles in Western Europe and the United States at its headquarters in Shanghai, starting in Larkspur, California...

June 2nd, 1956: President Everett Dickinson issues an executive order reaffirming a ban on the import of goods, services, and technologies from Argentina....

June 15th, 1956: African-American singer Paul Robeson is arrested in New York City, New York based on accusations that his music "incited violence"...

June 16th, 1956: Jaoa de Freitas Guimares of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil publishes The Lovers, popularizing science fiction in Brazil...

June 17th 1956: K.-A. Fagerholm, the President of Finland, on a tour of the US. Gives a speech in Minneapolis stating that his country is "a democratic nation interested in peace between all nations. We are arbitrators rather than competitors. The policy of Finland is true neutrality."

June 22nd 1956: The Midsummer Crisis. In a diplomatic note, the Soviet Union accuses Finland of "sliding towards the West" and reminds the Finnish government of its the FCMA Treaty obligations. Referring to the Treaty, the note further calls for joint military exercises of the Red Army and the FDF. Soviet troops in Porkkala put on high alert, as is the Finnish standing army. Fagerholm cuts his US tour short to return home to address the issue.

June 23rd, 1956: CIA-backed coup, overthrows the government in Damascus, Syria, sparking civil unrest and anti-American sentiment in the region...

June 27th 1956: Under pressure, the Finnish government yields to the Soviet demand, raising international concerns about the Finnish position.

August 25th, 1956: Armed Services radio broadcasters ban "racial music" (jazz, R& B music) out of fears of "racial upheaval"....

September 4th, 1956: al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun bombs Central Bus Station in Cairo, Egypt, many suspect involvement by Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi....

September 7th, 1956: Soviet Foreign Ministry reports that after meeting with President Juan Peron, that it is interested in returning to the multinational peace talks...

September 15th, 1956: Argentinean government-run television expresses the desire by the Peron regime to reestablish peace talks under the multinational focus, from Buenos Aires, Argentina....

October 4th, 1956: Kenneth H. Cooper popularizes "Aerobics" starting in New York City, New York, beginning a massive health and exercise craze. Also on this day, A squad of 10 armed Palestinian guerillas, ambush and kill five Israeli construction workers in Sdom...

October 10th, 1956: Fidel "the Mouth" Castro leads the Pittsburgh Pirates, beating the New York Yankees led by Don Larsen, 6-0, in Game 7 of the World Series at Forbes Field Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania....

October 21st - November 19th, 1956: The 1956 NSL Championship is held. The Roanoke Industry win their third Cup Title after a devastating victory over the Atlantic Crusaders, 3-0. The Minneapolis Gunners come in third.

November 1st, 1956: Visits Planet Earth science-fiction novel by African-American author Herman Poole Blount, makes its hit debut....

November 6th, 1956: The Democratic Ticket of Estes Kefauver/Adlai Stevenson wins out against Robert Taft/Earl Warren.

November 8th, 1956: Gunmen opened fire on a train, attacked cars and blew up wells, in the North and Center of Israel. Six Israelis were wounded....

November 11, 1956 - South Korea gains full control of North Korea, and Sung Myung Moon proclaims himself president of the United Republic of Korea.

November 22nd 1956- Opening ceremony of XVI Olympics are held in Buenos Aires.

November 24th, 1956: "Confidential" single by Sonny Knight makes its hit musical debut in New York City, New York...

November 27th, 1956: U.S. Secretary of State Howard Stassen complains that United Nations investigations into the plight of Negro-Americans are in violation of Article 2, paragraph 7 of the United Nations Charter, claiming that the matter is purely an "an internal matter"...

December 1st-7th, 1956: U.S. and Argentinean delegations meet in Geneva, Switzerland in an effort to stave off a nuclear crisis, sparking international attention,....

December 25th, 1956: SCLC leader Fred Shuttlesworth is killed by a bomb in Birmingham, Alabama...


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January 10th, 1957: CIA backed coup, upholds the regime of King Farouk in Cairo, Egypt, fueling civil unrest and anti-American sentiment throughout the Middle East...

Januray 17th 1957- Hanna-Barbera Animation is formed by former HGM and Disney staff, including Don Bluth.

January 21st-22nd, 1957: Mark Merlino and Rod O'Riley launch the first convention solely for LGBT issues Costa Mesa, California, sparking national attention....

January 31st, 1957: Chinese General Huang Yongsheng announces the creation of an underground command and control center for the Chinese government in Beijing, dubbed "the Underground City"....

February 2nd, 1957: Jamboree film starring Carl Perkins, popularizes "Rockabilly" on a national basis.

February 18th, 1957: Two civilians were killed by landmines, next to Nir Yitzhak, along the Israeli/Palestine border...

February 24th, 1957: Russian Liberation Army (RLA) bomb the newspaper presses of PRAVDA, killing 18 people, sparking international attention...

February 25th, 1957: al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun detonates 3 bombs outside the British Embassy in Jerusalem...

March 1st, 1957: al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun bombs a TWA Boeing 707 in Frankfurt, Germany, 17 people killed....

March 2nd, 1957: Chinese Kuomingtang troops capture Soviet troops at Zhenbao Island, sparkng tensions between the Republic of China and the Soviet Union....

12.03.1957: Elvis Presley is stationed in West Austria

March 15th-17th, 1957: Soviet troops armed with T-62 tanks seize Damansky Island (e.g. Zhenbao Island) escalating the tensions on both sides of the border....

March 25th, 1957: Treaties establishing the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) are ratified in Moscow, called "the first steps towards socialist world revolution..."

March 26th, 1957: Pete Seeger is released from prison after months of protests against the HUAC trials occur in Washington D.C.,...

April 1957: In response to the Pravda bombings, Russian deployments in Poland increase, and mass along the German border.

April 6th-8th, 1957: After peace talks brokered in London, England, U.S. President President Everett Dickinson and Argentine President Juan Peron announce a "food for peace" deal whereby the U.S. will supply food and humanitarian aid to Argentina....

May 1, 1957: The United States begins supplying Germany with heavy weaponry and advisors in event of Soviet invasion.

May 3rd 1957: The Finnish Defence Forces and the Red Army hold a joint exercise in Finnish North Karelia, with a mechanized brigade from both armies taking part. International observers note both the seemingly high readiness of the Finnish troops and the material superiority of the Soviets. The exercise, dubbed "Enduring Trust" (official) or "Badger 57" (Finnish unofficial) goes off almost without a hitch (even if 6 soldiers are hurt in a truck accident). Visiting Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev beams with satisfaction, next to the considerably sour Fagerholm. The Western press questions Finnish neutrality; the New York Times goes as far as call Finland "Warsaw Pact in all but name."

May 24th, 1957: Anti-foreigner riots erupt in Nanjing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Beijing, sparking international attention. Also on this day, Hepcats by Martin Wagner is released, exposing the world of LGBT life to mainstream America....

June 13th, 1957: The Prince and the Showgirl starring Bettie Page and Laurence Olivier makes its hit debut....

June 14, 1957: Yugoslavia formally joins the Third Way, calling for "The Free People of the World to resist all forms of imperialism, French or British, American or Soviet."

June 21, 1957: The Soviet Premier demands that weapons shipments to Germany be canceled. To enforce this, the Soviet Navy blocks the German North Sea and Baltic coasts.

June 30th 1957: A Anglo-American convoy escorted by HMS Vanguard, HMS Anson, USS Iowa and USS Missouri approaches the Soviet blockade line, with several British Carriers providing distant escort. The Soviet Commander on the scene repeatedly requests permission to open fire but when the Kremlin is made aware of the concentration of NATO naval power it is refused. The convoy unloads the next morning.

July 2nd, 1957: Edward R. Murrow, CBS-TV, dubs the naval group that broke the Soviet blockade the "Freedom Flotilla", sparking international attention...

July 22nd, 1957: Members of the Moro Liberation Front (MLF) fire on the American embassy in Manila, Philippines....

August 14th, 1957: President Estes Kefauver speaks with Chinese and Soviet delegations in Paris, France in an effort to prevent a shooting war between the Soviet Union and China....

August 18th, 1957: Soviet Anatov-24 is hijacked by members of al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun in Cairo, with 101 passengers, is forced to fly to Khartoum....

August 30th, 1957: José Luis Facerias launches calls for political reform in Barcelona, Spain, sparking international attention...

September 6th-9th, 1957: John W. Campbell Jr. leads the first comic book convention outside the United States in London, England, sparking international attention....

September 11, 1957 - A few months old baby in the bin Laden family dies of influenza. Also on this day, Soviet and Chinese forces withdraw their forces along the Amur River in an effort to reduce tensions within the region....

October 2nd, 1957: Calypso Heat Wave starring Alan Arkin, Darla Hood, and Maya Angelou, makes its hit film debut....

October 9th, 1957: Divine Principle by Young Oon Kim is published, serving as a nationalist manifesto by the government of Sun Myung Moon....

October 21st - November 19th, 1957: The 1957 NSL Championship is held. The Roanoke Industry win their fourth Cup Title after close match, beating the St. Louis Atomics 2-1. The Chicago Mafia comes in third.

October 31, 1957 - The ROC and UROK announce the founding of the Third Way, also known as the Non-Aligned Movement, intended to be neutral in the Cold War. The US withdraws Marshall Aid from the UROK.

December 16th, 1957: Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke announces his government's apologies for war crimes committed against Asian nations, during a speech in Tokyo, Japan...

December 21st, 1957: 3 members of al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun attack the international airport terminal in Athens, Greece, 14 injured, 2 killed...

December 25, 1957: Communists regain power in a military coup in Slovakia. The new government announces its withdrawal from NATO, and invites in Soviet forces to "restore order".

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January 1st, 1958: Members of al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun take credit for a bomb placed outside the American consulate in Ankara, Turkey, injuring 3 people. Also on thiss day, Asger Jorn and Hans Platschek launch rallies against human experimentation by the German government in Berlin...

January 18th, 1958: Cloverfield directed by Ray Harryhausen makes its hit debut...

January 26th-28th, 1958: 130 people attend the second conference of LGBT issues in Costa Mesa, California led by Mark Merlino and Rod O'Riley...

January 28th, 1958: Bertrand Russell condemns the United States and Great Britain for their military actions across the globe in a speech at the United Nations General Asembly in San Francisco, California...

February 27th, 1958: Manhattan Project scientist Linus Pauling sparks controversy by voicing his objections to the "nuclear arms race" on the KPFA-FM in Berkeley, California....

February 28th, 1958: San Francisco Zen Center is established in San Francisco, California led by Richard Baker and Shunryu Suzuki, proclaiming the rise of interest of Asian culture in the United States...

March 4th, 1958: al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun and the Moro Liberation Front (MLF) kaunch an attack against the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines...

May 14th, 1958: European Free Trade Association (EFTA) is established in Brussels, Belgium, as part of the European Union Pact including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain....

May 16th, 1958: Singer John Cage performs on nationwide television, further popularizing rock and roll music....

May 17, 1958: An attempted coup d'etat in Iraq by the army, though with generous support from the Soviets, fails due to British Intelligence officers forewarning the government. Increasingly, with the failure of clean coups to take out the monarchs that the people still really hate, the Arabs are turning to new ideologies that are ironically opposites: socialism and Islamism.

May 29th, 1958: Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac popularizes the "Dharma Bum" lifestyle, and its rejection of Christian fundamentalism in San Francisco, California....

May 31st, 1958: Ponniyin Selvan Indian film directed by and starring M. G. Ramachandran makes its hit international debut...

June 8th 1958- Chile hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 29th 1958- Germany beats Brazil 5-2 to win the FIFA World Cup.

August 3rd, 1958: "Necoma of Venus" is broadcast nationwide, warning of the dangers of nuclear weapons...

September 6th, 1958: General Ah Pai Wong pushes for greater direct military involvement in national politics, during a rally in Nanjing. Also on this day, Chogyam Trungpa established Tibetan Buddhist temple, Tail of the Tiger in Barnet, Vermont, sparking national attention....

September 13th, 1958: Cameroon nationalist leader Ruben Um Nyobé announces that he will be leading a delegation to Cairo, Egypt, calling for independence for African nations....

September 17th, 1958: Germany formally enters into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) amidst complaints of anti-Semitism and concerns of right-wing fascism...

October 5th-10th, 1958: Cairo Conference;Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Cairo, Egypt, proclaiming that the United Nations is an "illegitimate organiztion led by imperialists and colonialists..."

October 21st - November 19th, 1958: The 1958 NSL Championship is held. The Chicago Mafia win their first cup 2-0 against the St. Louis Atomics, while the Roanoke Industry comes in third.

October 30th, 1958: The General Assembly adopted Resolution #1248 (XIII), condemning "Jim Crow" segregation, expressing, "regret and concern that the American Government has not yet responded to appeals of the General Assembly that it reconsider governmental policies which impair the right of all racial groups to enjoy the same rights and fundamental freedoms", sparking international controversy...

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January 3, 1959: The Soviets withdraw from the Allied Commission on Austria.

January 12th, 1959: Eritrean nationalist leader Sheikh Khalil Muhammad Amer, launches an armed insurrection in Asmara, Ethiopia....

February 2nd, 1959: Buddy Holly's plane takes off from Mason City, Iowa and lands without incident in Moorhead, Minnesota

March 3rd- April 22nd, 1959: Victor Houteff, leader of the Davidan movement, launches an armed siege against federal government at Mount Carmel, Texas, leading to the death of 82 men, women and children...

March 29th, 1959: Some Like It Hot! starring Bettie Page, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, makes its hit debut. Also on this day, President-elect Barthélemy Boganda of the Central African Republic, survives an assasination attempt in Boukpayanga, Central African Republic, implicating the French government, sparking anti-American and anti-French riots nationwide....

March 30th, 1959: Tenzin Gyatso, having fled the Chinese suppression of a national uprising in Tibet, crossed the border into India. India granted him political asylum, much to the embarassment of the U.S. government....

April 15th, 1959: Members of the John Birch Society launch a campaign to call for the United States towith draw from the United States, launching rallies at U.C. Berkeley and Stanford University.....

April 17th, 1959: Great Chinese Famine; Kuomingtang officials report a massive famine caused by massive crop failures nationwid, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide....

May 1, 1959 - The NHL adds the Vancouver Grizzlies and the Louisville Frontiersmen for the 1959/60 season.

May 20th, 1959: Kuomingtang (KMT) officials announce the rescinding of the 1950 Constitution, during a press conference in Nanjing, China...

May 24th, 1959: Kuomingtang officials announce rationing efforts nationwide in an effort to deal with the massive food shortages faced in major cities, including Beijing, Nanjing, and Shanghai....

June 10th 1959: Economist Milton Friedman first publishes his book "The Case for Capitalism". In the book, Friedman makes a case against the currant strong government intervention in the US economy and advocates a return Classical Liberal Economics as well as a volunteer military, freely floating exchange rates and a negative income tax among other things. The book is well received and will eventually influence the economic policy of many world leaders in the coming years.

July 12th, 1959: Ramon D. Bosquez, Arturo Gonzalez, and Wolfman Jack, begin broadcasting "race music" and "Rockabilly" from Ciudad Acuńa, Coahuila, Mexico for XERF-AM, sparking national attention...

13 July, 1959: Protests break out across Pakistan demanding either autonomy or independence.

14 July, 1959: In a meeting of Muslim League MPs, it is resolved that Pakistan should be independent. At 16:45 local time, Mohammad Ali Jinnah unilaterally proclaims Pakistan as an independent Commonwealth Realm from the Singh Government Science College in Karachi. Jinnah is sworn in as provisional Prime Minister (and becomes the first man to have been Prime Minister of two Dominions), and Alvin Cornelius becomes Governor-General.

15 July, 1959: Sheik Mujibur Rahman proclaims the independence of the Republic of Bengal in Calcutta, at 11:00 local time. An hour after the proclamation, Royal Indian Army units and pro-independence militias begin fighting in earnest.

16 July, 1959: Pakistan announces that it considers the eastern part of Bengal as part of its territory, and refuses to recognize Bengal’s independence. A demand is issued for all Royal Indian Army troops in Pakistan to either swear loyalty to the Pakistani government or withdraw to India.

23 July, 1959: After India refuses to withdraw its troops from Pakistani territory, PM Jinnah announces on the radio that the Commonwealth of Pakistan is in a state of war with the Indian Union. Hours later, Britain announces its recognition of Pakistan, and by 20:00 local time the United States does as well.

24 July, 1959: In the early hours of the morning, Mohammad Ali Jinnah dies at age 83. Liaquat Ali Khan becomes Prime Minister. Later that day, the newly-formed Royal Pakistani Army pushes Indian forces out of Karachi after a day of intense urban warfare.

August 24th, 1959: Jordanian Queen Mother Zien is killed in Madrid, Spain by al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun guerillas, sparking international attention

September 2nd, 1959: Cabrini Green Riots; Brotman Hotel is raided by police in Chicago, Illinois, during a meeting of LGBT persons, covered by the Chicago Tribune...

September 16th, 1959: Palestinean guerillas fire AK-47s into a group of tourists in Jerusalem, killing 5 Americans, sparking international attention..

October 2nd, 1959: President Estes Kefauver defends the actions of Indian leader Mohammad Ali Jinnah, to Chinese leader Li Zongren during a visit to Washington D.C., fueling tensions between the two nations....

October 21st - November 19th, 1959: The 1959 NSL Championship is held. The Minneapolis Gunners win their first title, who defeated the Roanoke Industry 3-1. The Atlantic Crusaders come in third.

October 24th- November 7th, 1959: Chinese and Indian governments begin a military standoff over the disputed territories of Ladakh, Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal, Sikkim, and Arunachal, sparking fears of a war between the two largest nations on Earth....

November 2, 1959: The Soviet-backed People's Republic of Austria is proclaimed, with its capital in East Vienna and Johann Kopelnig as President. West Vienna still remains under Western Occupation.

November 17th, 1959: United Nations General Assembly adopts Resolution #1375 (XIV) on segregation. It is similar to the resolution of the previous year, except that it expressed "deep regret and concern"...

December 15th, 1959: The National Soccer League meets in Philadelphia to expand the league by 10 new teams. Teams in boldface have been added to the league.

1. New York Yanks
2. Roanoke Industry
3. Detroit Autos
4. St. Louis Atomics
5. Houston Fighters
6. Honolulu Sailors
7. Los Angeles Angels
8. Boston Union
9. Portland Pirates
10. Kansas City Cherokee
11. Denver Peaks
12. Chicago Mafia
13. Atlantic Crusaders (Atlantic City)
14. Minneapolis Gunners
15. Atlanta Dixie
16. Orlando Astros
17. Nashville Music
18. Las Vegas Casino
19. Seattle Sounders
20. Philadelphia Liberty
21. Austin Cowboys
22. Capitol Congressmen
23. Indianapolis Fusion
24. Phoenix Fire

December 31, 1959: The Western Allies allow the remainder of Austria to become independent as the Federal Republic of Austria with Salzburg as the temporary capital following reunification. In response Soviet and Austrian Communist troops cut off West Vienna from the outside world, cutting road access and communications lines.

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January 1st, 1960: al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun guerillas attack the Kuwaiti Oil Company in Kuwait City, Kuwait, demanding an end to "foreign occupation..."

01.01.1960: The Federal Republic of Austria is founded. There are four states.
State: Capitol:
Salzburg Salzburg
Tirol Innsbruck
Voralberg Bregenz
Kärnten Klagenfurt

West-Vienna is officially not part of the Federal Republic of Austria.

01.01.1960: The Federal Republic of Austria starts with daily television broadcasts. There will be only one broadcaster: The "Österreichische Rundfunk" (ORF)
Broadcasts will be daily from 6pm untill 11pm and special afternoon broadcasts in West-Vienna,Salzburg and Kärnten. A day earlier the East-Austrians started their television-broadcasts. Their broadcaster is the "Österreichische Fernseh Funk."(ÖFF)

01.01.1960: Germany is calling for a emergency meeting of the Security Council to protest the West-Vienna blockade.

01.01.1960: Despite the blockade there is a festive New Year's Concert in Vienna which is broadcast in the whole of Western Europe and shown the next day in the US.The ÖFF is not allowed to broadcast it. As the concert is played in the Western-Part of Vienna.

January 2nd 1960. Robert F Kennedy dies of a heart attack. Rumours were flying that there were drugs involved, something denied by the Kennedy family. The post-mortem findings were not released to the general public however.

02.01.1960: The acting Bundestag of West-Austria sets a date for elections.
The date will be 02.02.1960.

There are three main parties in West-Austria:
* The first is the Österreichische Volkspartei/Austrian Peoples Party. A conservative catholic party who wants to join NATO as soon as possible as extra protection against the Soviets. Futhermore they want to adopt the German Social Free Economy. Their candidate is Julius Raab
* The Second is the Sozialistische Partei Österreich/Socialist Party of Austria. They want a Swedish style economy and absolute neutrality. Their candidate is Bruno Kreisky.
* The third party is the Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs/ Freedom Party of Austria. They want a unified Austria,Membership in the NATO and a free market economy.Their candidate is Friedrich Peter.

06.01.1960: In Germany,Switzerland,France,The Netherlands and Italy there are massive protests against the Soviets. The US and Britain start an airbridge to West-Vienna to ensure that no inhabitant of West-Vienna will starve or freeze.

02.02.1960: The first federal elections in West-Austria are held. The winner of the elections is the ÖVP. They gain an absolute majority. Julius Raab is the first chancellor of West-Austria.

12.02.1960: Start of the Winter Olympics in Oberhof (Thüringen,Germany) Austria will finish third after Norway and Germany

February 18th 1960-Opeaning ceremonies for the VII Winter Olympics are held in Innsbruck, West Austria.

March 7th, 1960: African-American activist Felton Turner is lynched in Houston, Texas, with the letters KKK carved into his chest, sparking international attention....

March 10th 1960: The two British colonies of Southern and Northern Rhodesia and unified into simply Rhodesia in preparation for independence as a Dominion within the commonwealth

March 16th, 1960: Korean leader Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han are married in a nationally televised wedding in Seoul,....

23.03.1960: West Austria participates at the Eurovision Songcontest and finishes second after Italy. As a gesture to the new state the Songcontest of 1961 will be held in Bolzano/Bozen in South-Tirol(Italy)

March 25th, 1960: Representatives of 29 African and Asian members requested an urgent meeting of the Security Council to consider "the situation arising out of the large-scale violence and killings against unarmed and peaceful demonstrators against racial discrimination and segregation in the United States".

April 7th 1959 - After several failed attempts the USA finally launches it's Explorer I satellite, but it doesn't receive world-wide fame as the Soviet's first satellite and first living being sent into space.

April 12th, 1960: Actress Marilyn Monroe gives "expert testimony" regarding the issue of pornography trade to members of Congress in Los Angeles, California....

01.05.1960: East Austria is admitted to the Warsaw Pact and introduces conscription. Julius Raab gives the famous "May Day Declaration" in which he openly announces that West-Austria will join NATO as soon as possible.

June 3rd, 1960: In an effort to normalize relations, Germany signs 'perpetual non-aggression' agreements with all of it's neighbours.

05.06.1960: Germany and West Austria and Israel are taking up diplomatic relations. Both nations had promised to apologize for the Holocaust in the Knesset in West Jerusalem and pay compensation to the victims.

June 6th, 1960: Chancellor Otto Strasser proclaims the Holocaust a "Jewish fiction" aimed at "discrediting German national heritage" during a speech in Berlin, calling the Knesset a "den of thieves"....

17.06.1960: The workers and students of East Austria rise up against the government in East Vienna. The demands are freedom and reunification with the West. In the following days the East Austrian Army together with the Soviet Army crush the uprising with hundreds of arrests and the introduction of martial law in East Austria.

18.06.1960: Julius Raab flies to West Vienna to attend a rally in support of the people of East Vienna. June the 17th is declared the Day of Austrian Unity and made a public holiday in 1961.

July 7th, 1960: Trieste Radio; Lawrence Ferlinghetti launches a nationwide underground radio broadcast from San Francisco, California...

July 8th, 1960: Interstellar Low Ways science-fiction novel by African-American author Herman Poole Blount, makes its hit debut.....

August 18th, 1960: R. Gordon Wasson develops "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) in Stillwater, Oklahoma, sparkng a massive narcotics revolution,...

August 25th 1960- Opening ceremony of the XVII Olympics are held in Budapest.

August 30th, 1960: Tibetan nationalist guerillas retreated to a mountain range on Tibet’s border with Nepal, known as Mustang....

September 6th, 1960: Daniel Guérin, Henri Lefebvre, and Jehan Mayoux launch draft riots in Paris, France, citing their opposition to the French colonial wars...

September 12th, 1960: Member states of the Cairo Conference call for the national independence for Puerto Rico, as a "right of sovereign states", fueling tensions within the United Nations.....

21.09.1960: A band from Liverpool have their first TV appearance in Austria. Their names? Paul,John,George and Ringo also know as the Beatles. Altough the show is broadcast on ORF many East Austrian tune in.

September 27th, 1960: Novelist Alexander Trocchi becomes a symbol of youth rebellion after his arrest in New York City, New York on drug possession charges, becoming the cause celebre...

November 6th, 1960: Latino Singer Constanza Jasso explodes with the hit musical single "Touched for the First Time", sprking immediate calls for bans by parent and religious groups....

November 8th, 1960: The Republican Ticket of Richard M. Nixon/Nelson Rockefeller wins over the Democratic Ticket of Estes Kefauver/Adlai Stevenson.

November 29th, 1960: British musicians and artists gather together to aid humanitarian relief efforts for China with the hit musical single "Will Christmas Come For Them?" led by Kitty Kallen, Ricky Valance, Jerry Keller, the Kalin Twins, and the Dream Weavers....

December 2nd, 1960: Musician Jean Dubuffet invents "Chaomusic" (OTL's heavy metal) in Paris, France, becoming an instant sensation with youth, appealing to the call for rebellion...

08.12.1960: The ORF starts a TV action called "Ein Wiener Geht Nicht Unter". Austrians are called upon to send greetings and foodparcels to West Vienna so that they know that the rest of West Austria thinks of them at Christmas.

December 11th, 1960: Argentinean President Arturo Frondizi expresses concerns about American overtures to Brazil, and worries that the United States might attempt to give nuclear weapons to the country....

December 11th-14th, 1960: John Faulkner leads first exercise workshop for cardiac patients in Aspen, Colorado, sparking interest in exercise and diet...

December 13th, 1960: Emperor Haile Selassie is overthrown in a military coup led by Germame Neway in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, sparking international attention...

21.12.1960: "Operation Santa Claus". Toys and Christmas Trees are flown in from Sweden and Germany to cheer the people of West Vienna up this Christmas.

22.12.1960: The government of East Austria and the Soviet Union announces a lift of the blockade of Western Vienna on 01.01.1961

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01.01.1961: The first train from Salzburg arrives in West Vienna at noon.

01.01.1961: The end of the blockade means a New Years Concert in the snow watched by millions all over Western Europe. A new New Years tradition starts in east and west. The first live telecast of the Four Hill Tournament in Ski Jumping.

12.01.1961: Elvis has his final tour of West Austria and Germany

January 15th, 1961: African-American Robert F. Monroe calls for "All good Negro-Americans should carry their guns...." during a rally in Monroe, North Carolina....

January 16th, 1961: United Nations Peace-Keeping Forces Commander Lieutenant-General Sean MacEoin of Ireland is assassinated in Katanga, amidst accusations of the assassination attempt on President Patrice Lumumba, sparking civil unrest and violence....

January 17th, 1961: Patrice Lumumba, leader of the Republic of Congo, survives an assassination, which implicates Belgian leaders, fueling anti-European sentiment on the African continent....

January 30th, 1961: New York Times reports that global temperatures have begun to drop across the globe, sparking concern within the scientific community. Also on this day, "Material Girl" single by Constanza Jasso becomes a hit single, but is attacked by actress Marilyn Monroe for "unseemly behavior"...

February 1st, 1961: The Misfits starring Clark Gable and Bettie Page makes its hit debut, becoming the final film of actress Bettie Page....

March 6th, 1961: Paul Goodman, Nicolas Walter, and Albert Meltzer launch a youth rebellion in London, England, citing their opposition to British colonial wars in Hyde Park rallies...

March 21st 1961 - Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to enter space (And also became known for his phrase "Let's go", with his orbit lasting just below 90 minutes, when Yuri finally landed on earth, he was mistakenly identified as an alien by a farmer and her daugher, although he was quick to dispell their fears, then he asked if there was a telephone nearby so he could call Moscow.

March 29th, 1961: New York City by Day starring Grace Harlow makes its hit film debut, despite demands for its ban by parent and religious groups....

March 30th 1961 - Ham becomes the first Monkey sent into space by the United States, unfortunately the fame bought on by Yuri Gagarin meant that Ham the Chimp went almost unnoticed by the media, this results in the American Space Program being nearly cancelled, but the prospect of sending an American into space keeps it going.

05.04.1961: The French,the British,the US and the Soviets sign a transit treaty for West Austria enabeling them to visit West Vienna. There will be a special Transit Autobahn linking Salzburg with West Vienna and a new railroad between Klagenfurt and West Vienna. Not everything is being told to the Austrians. The treaty also allow East Austria to build a wall around West Vienna.

April 22nd, 1961: Austin Bombing; Former U.S. Marine Charles Whitman detonates a truck bomb outside the federal building in Austin, Texas, killing 168 people, sparking racial and ethnic tensions nationwide....

May 1st, 1961: Comix Experience syndicated television series hosted by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby makes its hit debut in New York City, New York...

May 10th, 1961: Gangpaeh, Korean criminal syndicate emerges, in the aftermath of the rise of Sun Myung Moon's government in Seoul,....

11.07.1961: FIFA World Cup in England: The finals in Wembley. Holland versus the USSR. Altough the USSR are the clear favourites Holland wins with 1-0.

July 13th, 1961: We Travel The Space Ways science-fiction novel by African-American author Herman Poole Blount, becomes a major bestseller. Also on this day, British and American musicians launch "Sino-Aid" in an effort to help raise funds for humanitarian aid for China, with concerts in New York City, New York and London, England. American artists include Alan Arkin, Edd Byrnes, Jim Backus, and Lolita....

13.08.1961: The East Austrians start building a wall around West Vienna. The president of East Austria calls this justified to protect East Austria against the western imperialists.

15.08.1961: Declaration of Bad Godesberg(Germany) Chancellor Adenauer and President de Gaulle declare that they will urge NATO to admit West Austria. Also on this day, Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space aboard the Freedom 7 spacecraft

01.09.1961: Conscription is introduced in West Austria.

01.10.1961: Paul Henri Spaak,Secretary General of NATO declares that West Austria will be part of NATO as of 01.01.1962

October 3rd, 1961: al-Sadig al-Mahdi is named as "spiritual successor" to Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi in Khartoum...

November 27th, 1961: Excelsior! book of poetry by Stanley Lieber makes its hit debut in New York City, New York....

December 30th, 1961: Guy Debord and Asger Jorn spark youth riots in the divided city of Vienna, sparking tensions between West Austria and East Austria....

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January 21st, 1962: Disc Jockey Wolfman Jack is arrested in Del Rio, Texas for his "pirate broadcasts", sparking national attention....

January 23rd, 1962: Former FBI agent Jack Levine, sparks controversy after he reveals that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover is homosexual, and his lover in Clyde Tolson in Washington D.C., sparking a massive scandal...

February 28th, 1962: Gangpaeh, Korean criminal syndicate, begins operations in Los Angeles, California, according to reports from the FBI,....

March 21st, 1962: Sakura Palace is started in Irvine, California, popularizing food from Japan as a fast food item..

May 10th, 1962: General Hu Zongnan launches a violent military coup in Nanjing, sparking international attention and concern....

May 29, 1962: The Los Angeles Blades become the first NHL expansion team to win the Stanley Cup in 3-2 upset to the Toronto Maple Leafs.

May 30th 1962- Finland hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 17th 1962- Yugoslavia beats Brazil 2-1 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 6th, 1962: "Empire State" by Wally Holmes is the Billboard #1 song in America, signalling a new style in music, with its debut in Los Angeles, California...

July 13th, 1962: "Fade to Black" by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch makes its hit musical debut in New York City, New York...

August 1st, 1962: Sir Julian Huxley promotes use of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during a speech at Hyde Park in London, England...

August 4th, 1962: Martin Luther King Jr. is placed under arrest in Birmingham, Alabama, after being accused of trying to "leave the country" for conference in London, England...

19.08.1962: President Nixon is mocked in the English speaking world for his speech in West Vienna. "Ich bin ein Wiener". I'm a Wiener. The People of West Austria however are pleased with his speech

September 1st, 1962:The Yulon Motors Bluebird motor bike debuts.

October 16th,1962: New York Mets led by Joe Ginsberg win the World Series in New York City, New York, earning the title of the "Magnificent Mets"....

October 20th, 1962-Chinese troops launch an invasion of Indian Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh territories, sparking a shooting war between two of the allies of the United States...

October 26th, 1962: Actress Bettie Page dies mysteriously of a drug overdose at her home in Beverly Hills, California...

November 6th, 1962: United Nations General Assembly adopts Resoution #1761, creating the Special Committee on Segregation in the United States of America, is formed in Geneva, Switzerland....

November 12th, 1962: Michčle Bernstein, Guy Debord, Attila Kotŕnyi, Uwe Lausen, J.V. Martin, Jan Strijbosch, and Raoul Vaneigem launch anti-authoritarian riots in Brussels, Belgium...

November 15th, 1962: United Nations Peace-Keeping Forces under Commander José Rolz-Bennett are attacked by Indonesian guerillas in Kotabaru, New Guinea....

November 18th-20th, 1962: Police raid a convention of LGBT leaders in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sparking national attention...

November 21st, 1962: President Richard M. Nixon proclaims "peace with honor" after negotiating a ceasefire agreement between China and India in Geneva, Switzerland.....

December 7th, 1962: "A American in Shanghai" single by Carl Douglas introduces Asian culture to African-Americans with a hit debut in New York City, New York...

December 23rd, 1962: The Los Angeles Times reports that decrease in temperatures is accelerating due to human activity across the globe...

December 25th, 1962: Something's Got to Give starring Marilyn Monroe makes its hit debut, despite accusations of drug abuse on the set....


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January 18th, 1963: "Hear Your Name" by African-American artist Barry White makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California

19th Januray 1963- The River Thames in London completely freezes over for the 1st time since 1814, allowing people to even shakte across it safely. The river will freeze more commonly as one of the 1st signs of Global Cooling.

January 23rd, 1963: Kuomingtang officials pass legislation sanctioning mass censorship of the press and media in Nanjing, sparking massive controversy....

February 5th, 1963: Executive Committee of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) specifies that the Council constitutes a new legal order for the benefit of which Member States have consented to a restriction of their sovereign rights...

February 14th, 1963: Insight Meditation Society formed in Boston, Massachusetts by non-Asians who had studied Buddhism in Asia...

March 10th, 1963: General Edwin A. Walker is killed by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas, sparking a national manhunt....

April 2nd, 1963: Special Committee on Segregation in the United States holds its first meetings in Geneva, Switzerland, much to the embarassment of the Nixon administration....

April 24th, 1963: I.F. Stone and Bertrand Russell appear on underground radio stations condemning the failed racial policies of the Nixon administration...

June 14th, 1963: Race riots erupt in Cambridge, Maryland sparked by police brutality against African-American residents...

June 16th 1963 - Valentine Tereshkova Becomes the first woman in space, the flight lasts 87 minutes

July 6th, 1963: First World Conference on World Peace through Law passes resolution promoting "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) as a "great equalizer" in Athens, Greece...

August 1st, 1963: Senator Vance Hartke (D-IN) proposes legislation to regulate the sale and transport of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during a speech in Washington D.C.,...

August 3rd, 1963: "I'm gonna hate you" by singer African-American Patti Labelle makes its hit debut in New York City, New York...

September 27th- October 4th, 1963: First Exercise Leadership Convention is held in Aspen, Colorado, as people across the country become interested in exercise and diet....

October 19th, 1963: The Sci-Fi television show Vulcan makes it's hit debut, starring Sean Connery, Morgan Freeman, Harrison Ford, Walter Koenig, Andria Sunderlan, and Leonard Nimoy.

October 31st, 1963: al-Sadig al-Mahdi seizes control of the government after Abd al Rahman al-Mahdi dies in Khartoum, Sudan, sparking international attention...

November 6th, 1963: West Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz introduces the energy drink Lightning Bolt in Vienna, West Austria....

November 22nd, 1963: R. Gordon Wasson promotes the use of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) as "the ultimate enhancement" during a lecture at Harvard University...

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January 15th, 1964: Michael Smith meets Isaac Asimov, discussing his theory of "Historical Catastrophism" in New York City, New York....

January 17th, 1964: "Acidwire" by Silver Convention makes its hit musical debut in Berlin, Germany, displaying the international popularity of Fishbone dance craze....

January 29th 1964-Opeaning ceremonies for the IX Winter Olympics are held in Calgary, Canada.

May 5, 1964: Due to increased interest in both the United States and Canada, the NHL adds two new franchises for each nation. The Manitoba Monarchs and Halifax Hurricanes, as well as the Minnesota North Stars and Atlanta Rebels begin play for the 1964-65 Season.

May 20th, 1964: IWW members are arrested at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois, sparking international attention over the rights of the impoverished....

June 11th, 1964: "Can't Tell Me Anything" single by Paula Chlebek makes its hit debut, condemning the Nixon Administration over its political policies, sparking record burning rallies....

June 17th, 1964: Police report the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington D.C., by five burglars...

July 12th-16th, 1964: Students gather from across the United States at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, highlighting the national interest in exercise and diet....

July 13th, 1964: "Mr. Fuji's" franchise of restaurants opens in Yermo, California, introducing Japanese food as a fast food item...

July 15th, 1964: Executive Commitee of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) rules that Council law supercedes national law, during a ruling in Moscow, sparking international attention....

July 24th, 1964: Rochester Riots;Riots erupt in Rochester, New York after police attempt to break up an African-American block party....

August 6th, 1964: U.S. Senate publishes a report warning that the tract The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov has caused "incalulable damage to the reputation of the United States, Great Britain, and the United Nations organization..."

August 9th, 1964: Sakura Palace opens its newest franchise in Glendale, California, further popularizing food from Japan throughout Southern California....

August 18th, 1964: United States is banned from the Summer Olympics due to its segregation policies, sparking embarassment for the administration,...

August 25th, 1964: California Supreme Court rules that "Heisenberg" as a legal drug during trial in San Francisco, California...

August 28th-30th, 1964: Philadelphia Riots; In a major blow to the "gradual policies" of the Nixon administration, race riots erupt in the northern portion of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sparking the deployment of the National Guard....

September 8th-10th, 1964: Lusaka Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Lusaka, Zambia, proclaiming that the United Nations and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 23rd, 1964: Tensions mount as President Richard M. Nixon is forced to defend his administration and its activities during a televised adddress from Washington D.C.,...

October 10th 1964- Opening ceremony of the XVIII Olympics are held in Tokyo.

December 10th, 1964: R&B singer Sam Cooke survives a murder attempt at the Bates Motel in Los Angeles, California...

December 31st, 1964: Actress Marilyn Monroe announces her conversion as a "born-again Christian" in Key West, Florida....

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January 6th, 1965: Doctor Bart Hughes performs a trepanation surgery on himself in an effort to "open the third eye" in Amsterdam, Netherlands, sparking international attention. Also on this day, due to Cold War fears the US Senate approves the 25th Amendment for ratification to the states. This amendment will set up a "Line of Succession" if something happens to the President.

January 8th, 1965: J.V. Martin, American Moral Rearmament (AMR) , assassinates King Frederik IX in Copenhagen, Denmark....

March 5th, 1965: National Liberation Front (NLF) members led by Hassan M. Saleh launch an armed insurrection against the British government in Manama, Bahrain...

March 18th 1965 - Alexy Leonov becomes the first human to do a spacewalk, it is rumoured that he jokingly said "I can see my house from here"

April 14th, 1965: National Liberation Font (NLF) members led by Hassan M. Saleh successfully overthrow the government in Manama, Bahrain, demanding the immediate withdrawal of Great Britain.....

May 25th-28th, 1965: Health leaders throughout the United States praise the rise of health awareness and its popularity in Chicago, Illinois...

June 11th, 1965: Alexander Trocchi and Adrian Mitchell instigate youth riots in London, England against British colonial wars across the globe...

June 22nd, 1965: Japanese Foreign Minister Shiina Etsusaburo meets with Chinese, Korean and Filipino leaders to express his nation's apology for the Second World War in Nanjing, China....

July 2nd, 1965: Timothy Leary delievers his speech and treatise on "Neurological Liberty" at the University of California in Los Angeles, California...

July 3rd, 1965: With several years delay, and using the unrest in the Soviet Union as a diversion, Germany quietly enters NATO without fanfare.

July 4th, 1965: The Monumental Attack; Black Liberation Front (BLF) along with a Quebecois separtist group bomb the Statue of Liberty in New York City, New York; the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the Washington Monument in Washington D.C., sparking civil unrest and panic...

July 13th, 1965: Reports are released to the media that President Richard M. Nixon has tape-recorded every phone conversation and meting at the White House in Washington D.C.,...

July 23rd, 1965: President Richard M. Nixon blocks the release of tapes to the U.S. Congress citing "national security purposes" and the Monumental Bombings....

August 23-24th, 1965: Bodstedt Riots; Riots erupt throughout Bodstedt, Germany amidst LGBT persons dmanding "equal rights for equal love"...

September 9th, 1965: Kuomingtang officials report that Tibet was made an autonomous region of China...

October 5th, 1965: Gestapu Coup; In a major embarassment for the U.S. State Department, Communist guerillas overthrow the government of Sukarno in Jakarta, Indonesia....

October 14th, 1965: The Revolution of Everyday Life by Indonesian sympathizer Raoul Vaneigem becomes a major bestseller....

November 9th, 1965: Anti-war protester Roger Allen La Porte sets himself on United Nations Plaza in San Francisco, California....

November 22nd, 1965: J. Krishnamutri proclaims the need for "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during a rally in Varanasi, India....

November 24th, 1965: How to Pass, Kick, Fall & Run by Merce Cunningham and John Cage makes its hit Broadway debut....

November 25th, 1965: Dipa Nusantara Aidit is proclaimed leader of the Indonesian government in Jakarta, Indonesia...

December 9th, 1965: Nation-states of the Lusaka Conference demand that a Protocol on Trade Negotiations, providing greater investment from the First World, before the General Assembly in San Francisco, California....

December 14th, 1965: The film Shriek creates a populariztion of the Grand Fisher *dance craze...

December 15th, 1965: United Nations Peace-keeping forces in Cyprus are dealt a major blow when British Brigadier James Wilson is assassinated during a press conference, sparking civil unrest and panic....

December 19th, 1965: Charles de Gaulle wins the French presidential elections, amidst rumors by Jean Lecanuet of CIA-involvement in the elections, sparking anti-American sentiment in France....

December 21st, 1965: Timothy Clark, Christopher Gray and Donald Nicholson are arrested in London, England after leading student protests....

December 24th, 1965: The Decline & Fall of the Spectacular Commodity Society by Guy Debord is published in Paris, France, condemning the racial situation in the United States.

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January 6th 1966 - The operation performed on Sergei Korolev to treat his hemorrhoids is a success, although it is found that he also has a cancerous tumour in his abdomen, this spurs Sergei to unite everyone involved in the Soviet Space Program and to come up with plans to improve on the LK Lunar Lander. Werner von Braun takes over from Sergei amid the news of his poor health, although Sergei persuades him to stay involved with the program, a target for the moon landing is June-November 1969.

March 20th, 1966: "I'm Breathless" single by Maria Steiber makes its hit musical debut in New York City, New York....

April 7th, 1966: Surabaja Massacre; Australian forces report the massive slaughter of 200,000 people in Surabaja, Indonesia...

May 8th, 1966: Battle of Jogjakarta; Government forces battle against American-backed guerillas in Jogjakarta, Indonesia...

May 19th, 1966: The film Grind makes its hit debut, fueling the popularity of the Panther dance craze...

May 21st, 1966: Southern Vounteer Militia (SVM) is formed in Selma, Alabama in an effort to crackdown on NAACP and SCLC leaders, sparking national attention...

May 21st- June 22nd, 1966: Communist death squads massacre c. 500,000 people nationwide in an spasm of "anti-fascist violence", targetting Japanese and American nationals....

May 29th-June 11th, 1966: The Yulon Motors Ltd. 125cc motorcycle takes 6th place in it's class in the Isle of Man TT race.

June 4th, 1966: Southern Volunteer Militia (SVM) members are suspected in the brutal murder of 4 civil rights workers in Mobile, Alabama...

June 11th, 1966: American Yulon Motor Co., Inc. opens in Los Angeles.

June 12th-19th, 1966: Chicago Riots; U.S. National Guard is deployed to Chicago, Illinois in an effort to contain African-American riots, sparking international attention and concern...

June 19th, 1966: U.S. government condemns the Indonesian government before the United Nations Security Council...

July 11th- July 30th, 1966: The World Cup of 1966 is being held in the Soviet-Union. The final is Brazil - Czechoslovakia. And Brazil wins with 3 - 1. Many West European nations do not attend the World Cup. Only Sweden and Ireland are present but do not get far

July 18th, 1966: Outrage among many East European nations as it has been announced that the World Cup 1974 will take place in West Austria.

August 15th, 1966: Dipa Nusantara Aidit calls upon the Soviet Union to provide military aid to the government in Jakarta, Indonesia....

August 21st, 1966: Nubians of Plutonia science fiction novel by African-American author Herman Poole Blount, becomes a major bestseller...

August 25th, 1966: White Southerners accuse African-Americans of "accosting white women" throughout Atlanta, Georgia.....

September 8th, 1966: Kosmicheskaya Militsiya (a.k.a. "Cosmos Patrol") Soviet science-fiction series makes its debut, starring Vasily Dobraydushev...

September 22nd-26th, 1966: Atlanta Riots; Riots erupt at NSL game, after white Atlanta Dixie fans bring Confederate flags to the soccer games....

September 23rd, 1966: Local newspapers accuse "uppity blacks" of attempting to ruin the NSL Atlanta Dixie franchise, turning the all-white team into a racial lightning rod.....

October 11th, 1966: Brotherhood of the Eternal Mind, a religious group based around the usage of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs), is formed by Glenn Lynd in Laguna Beach, California...

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January 2nd, 1967: Argentinean General Juan Carlos Onganía calls for a massive expansion of the nation's nuclear weapons program in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking international attention and concern...

January 15th, 1967: NFL New York Giants win the inaugural Super Bowl, 35-10, in Los Angeles, California, sparking national attention...

January 19th, 1967: Indonesian Communist officials announce a ban on all Chinese cultural and religious events, during a speech in Jakarta...

February 10th 1967: Nevada is the 38th and last state needed to put the 25th amendment into the US constitution.

March 1st, 1967: Brigadier General Supardjo launches a purge of the military forces in Jakarta, Indonesia...

March 15th, 1967: Phoenix (Pacific Comics) by Osamu Tezuka popularizes hard science-fiction in comic books, granting greater credibility to the medium....

March 21st, 1967: "My New Religion" single by Maria Steiber sparks controversy with Oral Roberts condemning the song of "anti-Christian ethos" during a record-burning rally in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma...

March 22nd, 1967: Germany officially opts out of the MBT-70 Programme and starts development of what will become the Jaguar 2 Main Battle Tank.

April 2nd, 1967: Washington Crusade; Oral Roberts leads the Washington D.C. Crusade, proclaiming the need to seize "Christian values" nationwide...

April 23rd 1967 - The Soyuz 1 Space-Craft, is considered a sucess and a day later Soyuz 2 docks with Soyuz 1 with a swapping of the crew, Soyuz 1 then lands back on earth, followed by Soyuz 2.

May 15th, 1967: The British and German Ministries of Defence officially announce closer Cooperation in armaments. In the near term this means that Germany will buy the Hawker Harrier that the British are using on their CVA-01 Class for the Naval Aviation Branch of the Luftwaffe and as an Attack Aircraft, while the British participate in the MBT-70 programme, of which they will in the end use only the turret and with a British-made 120mm gun.

May 31st, 1967: Buddhist nun Master Cheng Yen achieves international fame after her international efforts to aid the poor and homeless in Shanghai are reported by American media...

June 25th, 1967: Labor MP Michael Frayn condemns Israel for its military actions before the House of Commons in London, England.....

July 1st, 1967: Merger Treaty; Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) treaty beginning the fusing the Executives of the individual nations Executive Comittees, enters into force.

July 2nd, 1967: President Richard M. Nixon threatens to remove the United States from the United Nations, calling it a " damned, debate society" during a press conference at the Bohemian Grove, California.....

July 12th, 1967: "The Day Soccer & Fishbone Died"; Italian-Americans angered by the racist depiction of Italians with the "Chicago Mafia" and a backlash against African-American music, riot at a concert event in Chicago, Illinois....

July 13, 1967: Despite consistently strong performances in the playoffs, declining interest and ticket sale force the Seattle Bombers move to northern California to become the San Francisco Seals. Their showdown and win in the West Division finals against the Los Angeles Blades the following year sparks an intense rivalry that will later dominate the 1970s.

July 23rd-27th, 1967: Detroit Riots; Race riots erupt in Detroit, Michigan after police attempt to break up a protest by AFL/CIO workers led mainly by African-Americans....

August 30th, 1967: Indian leaders proclaim a "two-child" policy in response to concerns of a "population explosion", sparking international attention and concern in New Dehli, India....

August 31st- September 4th, 1967: Ted White and Harlan Ellison lead the national comic book convention in New York City, New York, sparkng national attention....

September 5th-9th, 1967: Algiers Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Algiers, Algeria, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

October 1st - 2nd, 1967: Chola Incident; fighting erupts between Indian and Chinese forces in Chola, Sikkim; the United States sides with China on the territorial dispute, fueling tensions between the United States and India....

November 13th, 1967: Timothy Leary proclaims the necessity of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) at Long Beach State University in Long Beach, California...

November 22nd, 1967: Arab leaders condemn the passage of Resolution #242 by the United Nations Security Council, as an "insult to the Muslim world" in San Francisco, California.....

November 28th, 1967: Argentinean General Juan Carlos Onganía proclaims that its nuclear program is purely for peaceful purposes during a speech at Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, Argentina...

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January 14th, 1968: NFL Atlanta Falcons led by quarterback Randy Johnson win Super Bowl II in Miami, Florida....

January 30th, 1968: U.S. State Department announces withdrawal of the U.S. 7th Fleet out of South China Sea, in an effort to allow China to invade Communist Indonesia...

February 6th 1968-Opeaning ceremonies for the X Winter Olympics are held in Lahti, Finland.

February 8th, 1968: Orangeburg Massacre; South Carolina state troopers fire into a crowd of civil rights protesters at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, South Carolina, killing 9 people and injuring 22 people...

February 14th, 1968: Timothy Leary proclaims that "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) as a "breakthrough in evolution" during a rally in Long Beach, California...

March 17 1968 - The training flight that was to be made by Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Seryogin is cancelled due to poor weather conditions

April 6th, 1968: Michael Belkin of New York City, New York, releases documents from the House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform, claiming that vaccines are actually "toxic poisons" in Washington D.C.,...

April 8th, 1968: Al Vincent and John Russell launch underground radio broadcasts in Chicago, Illinois, sparking national attention....

April 12th, 1968: Michael Belkin disrupts a Conference of the American Medical Association in New York City, New York proclaiming that vaccination is part of an "Orwellian plot"....

May 2nd, 1968: David "Moses" Berg launches the "Children of God", Christian fundamentalist movement in Oakland, California....

May 11th, 1968: "Macarthur Park" single by Richard Haris, makes its hit musical debut,....

May 31st, 1968: Singer Paul McCartney and his wife Linda McCartney have trepanation surgery performed on them in Liverpool, England, sparking international attention to the procedure....

June 11th, 1968: After a crisis, a right-wing group seperates from the OVP in West-Austria. They call themselves the Einheit Partei Österreich (Unity Party Austria) and have a surprising main goal: re-unification with Germany. As advantages they use the idea that a German-backed Austria can increase pressure on East-Austria easier. Although initially distrusted, the EPÖ soon gains members, becoming a sizeable party in West-Austria.

July 1st, 1968: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) customs union enters into force. Remaining customs duties in intra-Council trade are abolished and the Common Customs Tariff is introduced to replace national customs duties in trade with the rest of the world....

August 8th, 1968: Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts and Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota are nominated to be President and Vice President candidates for the Democratic party in New Orleans, Louisiana

20.08.1968: The Prague Spring does not find favour in the Soviet-Union. On this day Russia invades Czechoslovakia. This causes panic in West Austria and Germany.

21.08.1968: Massive demonstrations in Amsterdam, London, Berlin and West-Vienna against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.

21.08.1968: The Soviet Union blocks the border between West-Austria and Czechoslovakia and between Germany and Czechoslovakia. This should end the stream of refugees to both countries.

August 26th to 29th: Protests at the Republican convention in Dallas, Texas cause violent protests to the party nomination process and policies of the platform. A Draft Rockefeller movement starts in the convention hall. Outside police and National guard put down protests violently. This is viewed on television world wide.

August 29th, 1968: Gerald Ford of Michigan is nominated by the Republican Party to be their Presidential Candidate. The Candidate for Vice President is Nelson Rockefeller, in Dallas Texas

September 10th, 1968: Michael Belkin of New York City, New York proclaims that vaccinations are part of a "socialist plot" during a speech in Arlington, Virginia....

30.09.1968: The third federal elections: The SPÖ of Bruno Kreisky win the elections and form a coalition with the Liberal FPÖ.

October 6th, 1968: Police officials in Richmond, Virginia ban a civil rights march over concerns of civil unrest and violence.....

October 12th 1968- Opening ceremony of the XIX Olympics are held in Mexico City.

31.10.1968: The third Austrian Bundestag meet in West Vienna to vote the new chancellor. The meeting is disturbed by low flying MIG planes from East Austrian airforce. Kreisky becomes the new chancellor.

01.11.1968: A new German sci-fi show hits the airwaves. "Raumpatrol Orion". It's so popular that it becomes the first German TV show to be shown in the Soviet Union.

04.11.1968: The US elections: Gerald Ford versus Edward "Ted" Kennedy ends in a landslide majority for Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy.

December 16th, 1968: Palestinian officials led by Yasser Arafat demand that the United Nations investigate the "long string of human rights violations by Israel against the Palestinian people...."

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01.01.1969: The ORF start with colour-television. Also a second channel is created. The US and Germany start with Radio Free Europe to bring the Western view on world events.

January 22nd, 1969: Viktor Ilyin assassinates Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev, sparking a massive succession crisis in Moscow....

23.01.1969: President Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy declares that there will be an American on the moon before 1980.

12.02.1969: The international ski federation (FIS) introduces the Skiing Worldcup. The first edition is held in Zagreb(Yugoslavia) The big winner is Switzerland but Yugoslavia comes second. France comes in third.

March 9th, 1969: "Philosophy of the World" album by the Shaggs makes its hit debut in Boston, Massachusetts....

March 20th, 1969: President Edward M. Kennedy calls for stronger Sino-American ties, during a speech in Beijing, China...

April 1, 1969: The NHL revives the Ottawa Senators franchise and adds the Washington Screaming Eagles for the 1969-70 Season. By the end of 1969 the teams in the NHL include.

West Division:
Vancouver Grizzlies
San Francisco Seals (formerly Seattle Bombers)
Los Angeles Blades
Denver Peaks
Manitoba Monarchs
Minnesota North Stars
St. Louis Blues
Chicago Blackhawks
Cleveland Cannons
Detroit Red Wings

East Division:
Louisville Frontiersmen
Toronto Maple Leafs
Montreal Canadiens
Boston Bruins
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers
Halifax Hurricanes
Atlanta Rebels
Washington Screaming Eagles
Ottawa Senators

May 12th, 1969: Argentinean President Roberto Levingston announces that they will not accede to the Geneva Protocols, during a television broadcast in Buenos Aires, Argentina...

May 25th, 1969: Maidstone written and directed by Norman Mailer, makes its hit film debut,...

June 3rd, 1969: Kosmicheskaya Militsiya (a.k.a. "Cosmos Patrol") Soviet science-fiction series makes its final broadcast, disappointing many Soviet fans of the series....

June 5th, 1969: Thirty Days by former President Richard M. Nixon is published, proclaiming Nixon's role at achieving a peaceful settlement between the Chinese and Indian governments....

06.06 - 30.06 1969: FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The final is between Brazil and England. Brazil wins with 2 - 0.

June 9th, 1969: The action-adventure film Indiana Jones hits theaters, directed by George Pal, starring Leonard Nimoy, George Takei, and Suzanne Williams. Also on this day, "Christian Beacon" by Carl McIntire begins broadcasting nationwide on CBS-affiliated radio stations in New York City, New York....

July 4 1969 - The Soviet Union lands it's first man on the moon, Yuri Gagarin and Alexy Leonov are the 2 man crew of the Luna I, with Alexy proudly proclaiming "THE MOON IS RED!!!!" Upon the landing, after a game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" Yuri becomes the first man to step foot on the moon, saying the infamous phrase "One small step for a socialist, one giant LEAP FOR THE REVOLUTION, URA!!!"

The news of the Soviet Moon landing has all but killed the American Space Proram.Over the next 2 years the Soviet Union would send 7 Luna Craft onto the Moon, with Valentina Tereshkova becoming the first woman to land on the moon.

14.07.1969: President de Gaulle declares that he will step down as president of France. New elections are to be held in 1970.

20.07.1969: A Promise made by president Nixon comes true. The USA puts a man on the moon. Altough the USSR claims it's a propaganda stunt.

August 3rd, 1969: Conservative John Griggs wanrs of the dangers of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during a rally in Laguna Beach, California...

August 11th, 1969: After Chinese Kuomingtang (KMT) placed 580,000 troops on Java and 150,000 troops on Bali, in an effort to begin building defensive structures and Indonesia began shelling Chinese installations on Bali.

August 14th-17th, 1969: Federal troops are deployed into the major cities throughout the American Southeast, including Little Rock, Birmingham, Montgomery, New Orleans, Charleston, and Atlanta....

September 1st, 1969: Pope Paul VI announces that the clerical reforms presented by the Second Vatican Council will not be implemented under his watch, during mass in Rome...

September 3rd, 1969: Indonesia forces begin the "liberation" of Bali, despite warnings of support for the Chinese by the Kennedy administration, forcing a massive evacuation by November....

October 15th, 1969: Pope Paul VI proclaims that the "time of great chastisement" is at hand, during mass in the Vatican City, citing the international situation...

October 18th, 1969: Argentinean General Juan Carlos Onganía conducts a nuclear weapons test at Arroyito, Argentina, sparking international attention and concern...

November 2nd, 1969: Cairo Betrayal; Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) launches an armed insurrection in Transjordan, after King Hussein orders the expulsion of Palestinian refugees in Jordan territories...

December 6th, 1969: Hell's Angels members begin trafficking "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) at the Altamont Music Festival in San Francisco, California...

31.12.1969: The East Austrian ÖFF starts a second channel in full colour.

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(PART II)

01.01.1970: Leonid Breznev gives a televised speech in which he warned Yugoslavia to return to the communist block or faces the consequences.

01.01.1970: On occasion of 10 years ORF,the Wiener Philharmoniker give their New Year's concert in Salzburg. In a New Year's speech Bruno Kreisky says that Austria and Germany will not be unified. According to the West Austrian constitution only a reunification with East Austria.

02.01.1970: The international train "Mediolanum" on route from Münich to Milan crashes with a local train in Trento. Due to extreme snow it takes hours to reach the crash site.

January 11th, 1970: The Washington Post reports that winter temperatures are continuing to drop across the globe...

January 17th, 1970: Actress Betty White undergoes trepanation surgery in Berverly Hills, California, sparking national attention...

February 27th, 1970: Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic led by El-Ouali Mustapha Sayed declares independence in Bir Lehlu backed by the nation-states of the Algiers Conference, much to the anger of the Spanish government in Madrid....

March 6th, 1970: Members of the Weather Underground Organization bomb Fort Dix, New Jersey during a Non-commissioned officers' dance, killing 16 people, sparking national attention...

March 9th, 1970: Archbishop Makarios, the President of Cyprus is assassinated in Nicosia, Cyprus, sparking political tensions between Turkey and Greece....

07.04.1970: Local elections in Voralberg. The EPÖ and SPÖ both get 30%. The EPÖ goes in a coalition with ÖVP and FPÖ.

April 23rd, 1970: Joey Mellen serves to introduce the practice of trepanation to the United States in NewYork City, New York as a form of "spiritual enlightenment"...

09-05-1970: Francois Mitterand becomes the first Socialist President of France

May 16th, 1970: Christian Science Monitor reports that the Chinese government is supporting Laotian, Burmese and Vietnamese guerillas through the sale of heroin...

May 20th, 1970: CIA officials back Muslim guerilla leader Abu Bakar Baaysir against the Indonesian goverment.....

27-05-1970: The UK issues a trade-embargo on the Irish Republic, this embargo was only lifted in August after Liam Cosgrave became Taoiseach of Ireland. His government of Fine Gael and Labour

May 31st- June 21st, 1970: The World Cup of 1970 is being held in Argentina. The final is Argentina - The Netherlands. Argentina wins with 3-2 after Cruyff is sent off. The first red card in the history of a World Cup final.

June 6th, 1970: HMS Ark Royal and HMS Eagle, both of the CVA-01 or Ark Royal Class are put into service, replacing the older ships of the same name. Two of the escorting Type 82 Class Destroyers make a port visit in Kiel later that year, where German Naval Officials express interest in buying/building several to replace older WW2 Vintage German and American-built ships

08.06.1970: The first European Championship Football(soccer) is being held in Prague. The final is England - USSR. England wins with 4 - 1. West Austria and Germany boycot the tournament because East Austria is present.

July 18th, 1970: American and Soviet scientists report that Arctic temperatures are becoming more frigid, causing the ice packs to spread even further south...

20-07-1970: Leftwing terrorists blow up the Innovation departement store in Brussels. 130 people are killed many are wounded.

21-07-1970: A bomb attack on the Amsterdam - Oostende express train is foiled. An attack on the International Train "Edelweiss" between Amsterdam and Zürich could not been prevented leaving 48 people dead and causing extensive damage to the Gare du Nord in Brussels. The CCC has started it's reign of terror in Belgium

August 16th-19th, 1970: Colombo Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Colombo, Sri Lanka, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

August 20th-24th, 1970: Heidelberg Riots: Riots erupt in Heidelberg, Germany after Neo-Nazi skinheads raid the Heidelberg Stadthalle filled with comic book fans, killing 28 people....

August 24th, 1970: Professor Robert M. Wolfe warns of the danger of the anti-vaccination movement, during a rally in London, England....

08.09.1970: General elections in Germany: The SPD of Willy Brandt win the elections defeating Georg Kiesinger of the CDU. The SPD goes in coalition with the FDP.

September 12th, 1970: Gubernatorial candidate Timothy Leary (D-CA) narrowly survives an assassination in Laguna Beach, California...

September 14th, 1970: Pope Paul VI warns that the "angel of peace" has left the country, citing race riots and civil unrest, during a visit to Washington D.C.,...

September 18th, 1970: Syrian military forces enter into Jordan in an effort to back Palestinian guerillas, under orders from President Hafez al-Assad, sparking tensions of an expanding regional crisis...

28-09-1970: The Irish Arms Tribunal begins at the end Fianna Fail was split in two parties. Fianna Fail and the liberal Progressive Democrats.

24-10-1970: Rightwing riots in Berlin and Cologne shock the world after 2 Turkish labourers were killed.

November 3rd, 1970: Gubernatorial candidate Timothy Leary (D-CA) wins the California gubernatorial race from Los Angeles, California...

01.12.1970: General elections in The Netherlands result in a surprizing win for the Liberal Party and the Social Liberal Party. Together with Labour they form a government. The first government without any Christian party in it.

05.12.1970: The Beatles announce they will break up in 1971

06.12.1970: President Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy and Leonid Breznev meet in Stockholm to discuss Vietnam,Yugoslavia and the reduction of nuclear weapons.

24.12.1970: Pope Paul XVI is heavily critized by Germany and France after granting an audience to General Franco of Spain and President Salazar of Portugal. The papal blessing is not shown on TV in Germany.

31.12.1970: The two channels of ORF are now called FS1 and FS2 and are allowed to show commercials except on Christmas Eve,Good Friday and on the Day of Austrian Unity.

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06-01-1971: The Six Day's war between Israël and all neighbouring countries begins. At the end Jerusalem is reunited, Damascus and the Sinaď is occupied by Israël.

31-01-1971: After a documentary about the Holocaust, German neo-nazi's blow up the Langenberg television tower. (In OTL this happened in 1979 after the airing of "Holocaust)

March 3rd 1971- Don Bluth takes over Hanna-Barbera Studios.

March 26th, 1971: Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto is overthrown in coup in Rawalpindi, Pakistan....

April 17th, 1971: Pipe bombs detonate outside the embassies of Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, and North Vietnam.....

April 19th 1971 - The first soviet Space Station, Salyut 1, was designed with the purpose of long-term tests of Humans in Space.

April 20th, 1971: Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, U.S. Supreme Court rules that the federal government has "failed to address the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment with regards to race...", embarassing the administration....

01.05.1971: West and East Austria are both members of the UN.

12-05-1971: The Dutch elect their first female Prime minister. Els Borst of the progressive D66-party forms a coalition with Labour, the Catholic Party and the CHU-party. The smaller left-wing parties join the coalition later in the year.

May 20th, 1971: Chuknagar massacre; Pakistani troops, backed by the U.S. and Chinese, massacre c.10,000 residents in Chuknagar, Bangladesh....

June 29 1971 - The Soviet Union suffer's it's first Fatal In-Space disaster, when the crew of the Soyuz 11, died due to a Ventilation Valve Malfunction, which resulted in the loss of atmosphere in the cabin, asphyxiating the crew, they were buried in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis.

01-07-1971: The German Chancellor Willy Brandt visits West-Austria and gives a keynote speech in West-Vienna. In East-Vienna there are riots after people tried to cross to border to listen to his speech.

July 17th, 1971: David Nolan (R-CO) is elected to takeover the Republican National Committee in Washington D.C., calling for a more libertarian platform...

July 31st, 1971: Indian Civil War; Civil war erupts with the passage of the 26th Amendment of the Constitution by the Indian National Congress in New Delhi, sparking civil unrest and violence...

August 4th, 1971: Communist sympathizers and anti-war leaders establish the U.S.-Indonesian Committees, in opposition to U.S. military intervention in Southeast Asia....

August 5th, 1971: Soviet Union and Indonesia sign the Indonesian-Soviet Treaty of Friendship in Jakarta and Moscow, sparking international attention and concern....

August 9th-11th, 1971: U.S. Army National Guard units launch arrests of 648 suspected "race extremists", displacing c. 14,000 across the South....

August 26th, 1971: Poet Stanley Lieber begins publishing editorials in the New York Times addressing issues of discrimination, intolerance and prejudice....

October 11 1971 - After running out of fuel, Salyut 1, was de-orbited and then destroyed in it's subsequent re-entry.

October 25th, 1971: Republic of China threatens to leave the United Nations General Assembly during a conference in Geneva, Switzerland....

December 2nd, 1971: Owen Caldwell and Alexander Kulik begin the manufacture and trafficking of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) from Kabul, Afghanistan...

December 11th, 1971: Republican National Committee meets led by John Hospers (R-CA) and David Nolan (R-CO) to chart the new course for the GOP in Denver, Colorado...

December 15th, 1971: Physical workout gyms begin construction in Indianapolis, Indiana, highlighting the popularity of the national health craze...

December 16th, 1971: General Sawai Bhawani Singh Bahadur is captured by Indian government troops in Jaipur, amidst reports of human rights abuses...

December 19th, 1971: Bihari Massacre; Pakistani troops, led by Abdul Kader Siddiqui and Mukti Bahini, backed by the United States and China, massacre c.500,000 Bengali, sparking international outrage....

24-12-1971: The blessings of Pope Paul VI are being broadcast for the first time in East-Austria.

December 28th, 1971: Maharaja Brijendra Singh is captured and killed by Indian government troops in Bharatpur, sparking national attention....

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02-01-1972: The Fine Gael-Labour Government in Ireland announces that the Roman Catholic Church will not be the state religion of Ireland anymore. Jack Lynch (Fianna Fail) and Kevin Boland jr. (Sinn Fein) demand a referendum on this matter.

January 15th, 1972: Rana Hemant Singh is captured and killed by government troops in Dholpur, India, sparkng concerns about human rights abuses....

27-01-1972: Bloody Thursday; Nationalist protesters in Belfast are being shot by British soldiers. In reaction a demonstration in Dublin turned ugly after an angry mob burnt the British embassy.

28-01-1972: The Irish government close the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland. The US and the EEC demand that Britain will stop using violence against Nationalist demonstration.

January 30th, 1972: Bloody Sunday; 27 African-American civil rights workers are killed by National Guard soldiers, sparking national outrage and concern. Also on this day, Bangladeshi filmmaker Jahir Raihan reveals evidence that American-backed and Chinese-backed Pakistani troops committed massive human rights violations in Dhaka, fueling tensions against India,....

February 3rd 1972- Opening ceremonies for the XI Winter Olympics are held in Sapporo, Japan.

February 13th, 1972: FTA drama starring Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland makes its hit film debut....

February 14th, 1972: Ken Kesey proclaims "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) an "evolutionary leap" during a rally in Central Park in New York City, New York....

February 24th, 1972: Haji Muhammad Abbas Khan Abbasi Bahadur is backed by Islamic fundamentalists in Bahawalpur, India, fueling sectarian tensions in the region...

February 27th, 1972: White House officials announce a major alliance between the United States and India in New Delhi, sparking international attention....

01-03-1972: Britain retreats it's ambassador from Ireland. At 5pm the Irish retreat their ambassador from Britain.

05-03-1972: As it emerged years later, the Irish started to mobilize their Army after threats made by Prime Minister Wilson earlier that day. The same day an Unionist bomb goes off in the Heuston Station in Dublin.

06-03-1972: Liam Cosgrave made a speech in the Dáil urging for a government of national unity. The speech is aired live on TV. In the US, in France and in Germany there are anti-British protests. On Dutch TV a documentary is shown about the treatement of nationalists in British prisons. Oddly enough the NCRV(a protestant broadcaster) airs this.

07-03-1972: The West-Austrian chancellor, Bruno Kreisky invites the British, the Irish, the Nationalists and the Unionists for negociations in Salzburg. The US announces that the US will not tolerate any British agression against Ireland. Germany and France declare that they will not come to the aid of Britain. That evening a riotous mob throw stones at the British Ambassy in Amsterdam.

08-03-1972: German neo-nazi's bomb the British Council in Bremen. Their plot to blame it on the IRA failed. In Moscow a demonstration against Britain is held. Labour and the Liberals revolt against the Conservative PM Wilson who in their eyes is leading Britain in isolation.

09-03-1972: German chancellor Willy Brandt and the French president Francois Mitterand have a meeting with Liam Cosgrave and Harold Wilson in Salzburg. It is decided that Lord Faulkner will stepdown as PM of Northern Ireland. Also the "Detention as Prevention" programme, instated in 1968, is scrapped. Liam Cosgrave will talk to the Nationalists to stop the bombings.

March 10th, 1972: General Hu Zongnan launches a brutal crackdown on workers' protests in Shanghai, Beijing, and Nanjing. Also on this day, Ages of Chaos by Michael Smith is published by Macmillan Corporation in New York City, New York....

11-03-1972: Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and West-Austria will not participate in the Eurovision Songcontest held in Bristol (UK) Ireland, France and Spain decide to withdraw later that day.

March 15th, 1972: The Day the Clown Cried, Holocaust drama directed by and starring Jerry Lewis, makes its hit debut....

17-03-1972: The St.Patrick's Day bombing in Cork, leaves 20 dead. An alert Garda officer noticed that this bombing might not be the work of Unionist terrorists.

24-03-1972: Blood Friday in London and Belfast. In 90 minutes there are 75 bomb explosions in Belfast and London. In total there are 200 deaths to report.

27-03-1972: Prime Minister Wilson(Con.) looses a vote of no-confidence. Public demand for the re-introduction of the death penalty for IRA terrorists is on the rise.

28-03-1972: Queen Elizabeth II dissolves parliament. Elections are held on May the 3rd

29-03-1972: The Irish president Eamonn de Valéra dies after a heartattack. Because of the threat of bomb attacks he will not recieve a state funeral.

03-05-1972: Ted Heath (Lab.) becomes PM after a landslide victory. Northern Ireland will be placed under Direct Rule.

April 12th, 1972: Doctor Michael Crichton announces the creation of the first medical "neural interface" in Chicago, Illinois...

June 8th, 1972: Indonesian leader Dipa Nusantara Aidit launches an "anti-rightist" campaign in Jakarta, sparking international attention....

June 14th, 1972: Elizabeth A. Rauscher promotes "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) at "rap sessions" at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California....

June 20th, 1972: Elizabeth A. Rauscher promotes "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during "rap sessions" at Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in Berkeley, California....

July 3rd, 1972: Peace talks between China and India collapse in San Francisco, California over the disputed territories of Ladakh, Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal, Sikkim, and Arunachal, sparking fears of a war between the two largest nations on Earth....

July 10, 1972: Mt. Vesuvius erupts with greater force than in 7.9, utterly destroying Naples. As the eruption hit the city unprepared, the death toll is as high as 2,1 million.

August 12th, 1972: Treaty of Moscow establishes trade relations between Germany and the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON), sparking instability in Western European trade...

August 19th, 1972: FBI agents report Robert "Fat Bobby" Tierney as the main manufacturer of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) in Maui, Hawaii...

August 21st-23rd, 1972: John Hospers (R-CA) and Tonie Nathan (R-VA) are selected as the candidates for the Republican Party nomination in Miami, Florida, amidst great protest and controversy...

August 26th, 1972: United States and China veto Bangladesh's attempt at membership into the United Nations in San Francisco, despite diplomatic pressure from India and Great Britain, sparking international tensions...

August 27th 1972- Opening ceremony of the XX Olympics are held in Madrid.

September 5th 1972- The Madrid Massacre- 8 members of ETA storm the Olympic village killing two Spanish athletes and taking a further 9 hostage.

September 6th 1972- Spanish Special Forces attempt to take back the Olympic village. In the ensuring fire fight, a Spanish police officer is killed while 5 out of the 8 terrorists are killed with the rest captured. Unfortunately in the crossfire all 9 hostages are killed.

September 29th, 1972: Tensions run high between the Republic of China and Japan as Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka condemns the Kuomingtang in a speech in Tokyo, Japan....

September 29th, 1972: Japanese Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka announces a political and military alliance with the Republic of China in Nanjing, China...

November 15th, 1972: U.S. State Department official Alfred W. McCoy exposes American knowledge of the Chinese opium/heroin trade throughout the Pacific Rim through the New York Times. Also on this day, Riots erupt in Harlem, spreading throughout New York City, New York, sparking national attention and concern...

November 27th, 1972: Indonesian leader Dipa Nusantara Aidit proclaims that during a nuclear war, 33%-50% of the world's population would be killed, but a majority of the survivors would be in the Socialist Bloc and "imperialism would be razed to the ground..." during a speech in Moscow....

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January 1st, 1973: Amidst civil unrest and protests, British government officials announce their rejection of the European Economic Community (EEC) in London, England. Also on this day, Finnish government officials announce its plans to enter into the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) in Helsinki, sparking international attention....

February 28th, 1973: Jack Sarfatti leads "rap sessions" with "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) at Princeton University...

March 26th-29th, 1973: Atucha Incident; 30 left-wing guerillas seize control of a nuclear weapons facility in Atucha, Argentina, sparking international attention, and concerns over the stability of the government....

April 23rd, 1973: Lyndon La Rouche is named the head of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in Washington D.C., sparking national attention and concern...

May 4th, 1973: Nudity is allowed on broadcast television nationwide, sparking condemnation from women's rights advocates in Washington D.C.,...

May 18th, 1973: Dipa Nusantara Aidit launches a crackdown on the "four pests" including sparrows, rats, flies and mosquitoes, claiming that they destroyed the crops of peasant farmers....

May 21st, 1973- NASA outlines a new mission plan known as 'Challenger'. This details an inevitable flight to Mars.

June 10th, 1973: Kuomingtang (KMT) official Lo Hsing Han is arrested in San Francisco, California transporting 59 lbs. of heroin....

June 14th, 1973: European Economic Community (EEC) announces a series of financial reforms aimed at boosting the economies of Western Europw in Brussels, Belgium....

June 23rd, 1973: Maharaja Karan Singh (a.k.a. Yuvaj) is killed in a plane crash in the Jammu/Kashmir region, amidst reports of Muslim guerillas...

July 12th, 1973-The Soviets learn of what NASA is doing through its intelligence networks.

August 8th, 1973: Isaac Shorter and Larry Carter lead race riots in Detroit, Michigan citing violence against labor union members...

August 11th, 1973: The Naked Ape directed by Hugh Hefner, sparks national controversy with its sexual content, upon its hit film debut....

September 3rd-9th, 1973: Buenos Aires Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Buenos Aires, Argentina, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 11th, 1973: White House officials announce support for Chinese forces, after Indonesian forces report shelling of Bali and Java by Chinese naval forces, sparking tensions throughout the Pacific Rim...

November 2nd, 1973: Parents protest against the NSL soccer team Minneapolis Gunners, after gun violence claims the lives of 3 people in eight hours in Minneapolis, Minnesota...

December 2nd, 1973: Due to protests by multiple parent and community groups, the Minneapolis Gunners NSL soccer team threatens to leave Minneapolis, Minnesota....

December 24th, 1973: Claude Vorilhon proclaims that he has had a "Saint Paul experience", becoming a "born-again Christian" in Auvergne, France...

December 25th, 1973: Catch My Soul drama starring Patrick McGoohan makes its hit film debut,...

December 27th, 1973: Claude Vorilhon claims to have received "direct messages from God" in Auvergne, France, sparking international attention..

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February 15th, 1974: Amidst foreign pressure Kuomingtang officials announce the creation of the Independent Commission Against Corruption in Nanjing

February 18th, 1974-NASA launches Artemis 4, a redesign of the lunar program. Two astronauts, Joshua Farho, and Daniel Lawrence test a 90-day mission profile as an experimental for long duration manned space flight. This is to be used for the Challenger Mars program. (Artemis has been under development since 1970)

March 3rd, 1974: New England Journal of Medicine reports that there is a growing danger of "vaccine overload", causing debate within the medical community...

March 31st, 1974: David "Moses" Berg promotes "Flirty-Fishing", sexual favors for religion, during a sermon in Oakland, California....

April 10th, 1974: General Hu Zongnan launches a brutal brackdown on pro-democracy protesters at Beijing University, sparking international condemnation....

April 12th, 1974: Leftist presidential candidate Jose de la Torriente is asassinated by right-wing death squads in Havana, Cuba, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide....

April 17th, 1974: Jack Sarfatti leads a "rap session" with "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) at Oxford University, spreading the "smart drugs revolution" to Great Britain...

April 21st, 1974: David "Moses" Berg proclaims that those "Flirty-Fishing" are simply "God's Love Slaves" during a ceremony in Oakland, California...

May 21st, 1974-Artemis IV lands in the Pacific picked by the USS Enterprise (CVN-65). American space program popularity begins to increase.

May 29th, 1974: Gallop Poll reveals that c. 51% of Americans are suspicious of mandatory vaccinations, especially for children....

May 31st, 1974: Tensions mount throughout the Middle East as PLO guerillas brutally gun down United Nations Peace-Keeping Forces Commander Lieutenant-General Ensio P. H. Siilasvuo in Gaza, sparking international attention and concern...

June 4th, 1974: Artemis IV astronauts leave quarantine for the first time since their return from their record spaceflight, sparking national attention and fame....

June 5th, 1974: Police capture several burglars at the Hughes Corporation, stealing the personal files of Howard Hughes in Hollywood, California, sparking national attention...

June 7th, 1974: Artemis IV astronauts are celebrated with a ticker tape parade through New York City, New York as they are proclaimed "American heroes...."

June 13th 1974- The Netherlands host the FIFA World Cup.

June 17th, 1974: Maharajadhiraj Sir Yadavindra Singh Mahendra Bahadur is captured and killed by Indian government troops in Patiala, India....

June 19th, 1974: Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announces its approval of the "neural interface" after years of clinical trials and testing in Washington D.C.,...

June 24th, 1974: TIME magazine reports that "Earth is entering into a new Ice Age", sparking concern about global stability. Also on this day, Ira Einhorn announces successful experiments into the conformation of Albert Einstein's Grand Unification Theory (GUT) at Birbeck College, University of London...

June 25 1974 - Salyut 3 successfully tests it's onboard 20mm Autocannon on a target satellite.

July 7th 1974- Hosts Netherlands beat Germany 4-1 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 10th, 1974: Artemis IV astronauts testify before Congress, calling for the need for greater funding for the NASA space program, sparkng national attention....

July 22nd, 1974: Michael Smith discusses his theory of "Historical Catastrophism" at Harvard University, sparking international attention and controversy....

August 18th, 1974: Michael Smith begins teaching "Historical Catastrophism" at Harvard University, creating the image of a folk hero scientist.....

August 24th, 1974: "(You're) Having My Baby" single by Paul Anka makes its hit musical debut.....

September 19th, 1974: Claude Vorilhon holds his first religious rally in Paris, France, attracting c. 6,000 people....

September 23rd, 1974: Indian government troops capture Mysore, under fierce fighting by Prince Jayachamarajendra Wadiyar, sparking national attention...

September 27th, 1974: Democratic Party Chairman Lyndon LaRouche warns of the "Rockefeller/Disney" elements of the Republican Party, during a speech in New York City, New York....

October 14th, 1974: Rabat Conference; 20 nations of the Arab League sign a resolution calling for unity against "Zionist aggression" against the state of Palestine, during its conference in Rabat, Morocco....

October 23rd, 1974: Indonesia/Burmese border conflict; Indonesian forces clash with Burmese forces along the border, c. 19 people are killed....

November 12th, 1974: Soviet Union proposes the suspension of the United States from the United Nations Security Council for its continued segregation policies, during a conference in New York City, New York...

November 21st, 1974: Birmingham Six; 21 people African-Americans are killed in Birmingham, Alabama after six men bomb several churches, sparking national attention. Also on this day, Space Is The Place film directed by John Coney, written by Herman Poole Blount, sparks African-American interest in science fiction....

November 22nd, 1974: Palestinian officials condemn the "Zionist aggression" posed by the Israeli government during a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in San Francisco, California....

December 9th, 1974: The New Edition makes its hit debut with their album "Meet the New Edition"...

December 13th, 1974: Claude Vorilhon begins publishing Christian fundamentalist tracts against the "Socialist puppet government" from Puy de Lassolas, France...

December 18th, 1974: Guns of October (ABC-TV) starring Lane Smith as President Richard Nixon during the Sino-Indian Crisis of 1962, makes its hit debut....

December 22nd, 1974: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov is published in India, fueling anti-British and anti-American sentiment in that country, sparking sectarian violence across the country...

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January 1st, 1975: Deewaar directed by Yash Chopra, starring Shashi Kapoor transforms Shashi Kapoor into an international star,...

February 11th, 1975: "Two Worlds Apart" single by Contanza Jasso attracts international attention after it condemns the American-backed right-wing political dictatorships in Latin America....

February 21st, 1975: Failed military coup led by Captain Luciano Nieves occurs in Havana, Cuba, sparking concerns of a possible civil war....

March 1st, 1975: Claude Vorilhon calls for a purge of "Socialist puppets" and "Soviet pawns" during a rally at the Place de la République in Paris, France...

April 14th, 1975: Michael Smith proclaims the discovery of evidence proving that Ramses III is the historical Pharoah mentioned in the Book of Exodus,....

April 28th, 1975: Newsweek reports famine brought about by global crop failures brought about by dropping temperatures across the globe....

May 7th, 1975: Elizabeth A. Rauscher promotes "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) as a means to explore "psi-force" during "rap sessions" in Berkeley, California..."

May 21st, 1975: The New York Times reports massive massive drops in temperatures across the globe, sparking international attention....

June 4th, 1975: Chinese naval vessels launch 500 shells at Java and Bali, sparking riots and civil unrest in those regions....

June 7th-9th, 1975: Yoido Island Agreement; Korean President Sun Myung Moon calls for the creation of a North Pacific Nuclear Weapons-Free Region, in Seoul, on Yoido Island...

June 8 1975 - The Venera 9 probe is the first Unmanned Space mission to take pictures of Venus, although there were previous missions which were recording data of the planet, it wasn't until Venera 9 that people got the chance to have a look at the Venusian surface, although it only lasted 69 minutes before it was crushed by the immense pressure. Subsequent Venera landings took more pictures and lasted much longer, with the longest being Venera 13, which lasted 2 hours and 47 minutes, also it produced the first colour images of Venus.

June 13th, 1975: Zairean President Mobutu Sese Seko is overthrown in a CIA-backed coup in Kinshasha, Zaire, sparking tensions throughout Sub-Saharan Africa...

June 15th, 1975: Michael Smith begins lecturing about "Historical Catastrophism" at Cambridge University, spreading the idea to Great Britain...

July 9th, 1975: Amristar Insurrection; Indian forces launch a brutal crackdown on Sikh population after a mass demonstration in Amristar...

July 31st, 1975: Claude Vorilhon calls for "intelligent design", the theory of divine creation, to be taught in state-sponsored schools, during a rally in Paris, France....

August 13th, 1975: Soviet officials announce the deployment of "military advisors" to aid Indonesia in its "liberation struggle"....

August 14th, 1975: "Metal Machine Music" album by Lou Reed makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California...

August 14th-17th, 1975: The first comic book convention is held in Melbourne, Australia, despite concerns of anti-American protests....

August 15th, 1975: Sholay directed by Ramesh Sippy, makes its worldwide debut, popularizing Bolywood in America...

September 5th, 1975: President Edward M. Kennedy is assassinated during a visit to Sacramento, California, by Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, a devoted follower of Charles Manson...

September 6th, 1975: Vice President Eugene McCarthy returns from a goodwill trip to Europe. He is under the title of "Acting President" but returns to the United States aboard Air Force Two. He is formally sworn in as president by the Chief Justice in the White House East Room. President McCarthy promises to continue the legacy of President Kennedy.

September 7th to September 12th 1975, President Kennedy lies in state at the capitol rotunda in Washington DC. It is estimate 2 million people pass by the coffin. Senators, Congressmen, and other officials talk to each other and citizens of fond memories of the slain president.

September 9th, 1975: Acclaimed physicist Richard Feynmann announces that he is a user of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during a speech in Berkeley, California...

September 11th, 1975: Anti-war leaders report 35 chapters of U.S.-Indonesian Comittees nationwide, during a press conference in San Francisco, California....

September 12th 1975: President Edward Moore Kennedy is laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetary after his funeral in the National Cathedral. President McCarthy, though weeping makes a heartfelt speech to the children of the slain president. Though his approval rating is high McCarthy's public opinion is now in the high eighties after this speech.

October 7th, 1975: Claude Vorilhon, along with several followers report being "touched by angels" during a rally in Roc Plat, France....

October 10th, 1975: American Meterological Society reports that "Earth is entering a new Ice Age" during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

October 30th, 1975: Due to failed municipal bond measures, New York City, New York declares banruptcy, sparking civil unrest and violence....

December 8th, 1975: U.S. National Guard is deployed to maintain law and order in New York City, New York....

December 14th, 1975: WHO/CDC officials report 684 deaths nationwide due to measles outbreak amongst children....

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January 24th, 1976: Energy officials report a national shortage of natural gas suplies nationwide in Washington D.C., sparking civil unrest and panic...

February 4th 1976-Opeaning ceremonies for the XII Winter Olympics are held in Sion, Switzerland.

February 11th, 1976: Foundation for the Realization of Man (FRM), a think-tank dedicated to the promotion of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs), by Fred Alan Wold and Jack Sarfatti in San Francisco, California....

March 3rd, 1976: "The Next Big Thing" single by black artist Tisha Dustin makes its hit debut, considered a iconic classic of the civil rights movement...

March 18th, 1976: Norwegian officials intercept large shipments of "Bingdu" from the Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate in Oslo, Norway, sparking international attention and concern...

April 5th, 1976: The Blue Bird Soviet/American co-production starring Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Fonda, and Ava Gardner, directed by George Cukor, makes its hit debut.....

April 13th, 1976: Leftist opposition leader Ramon Donesteves is assassinated by right-wing death squads in Havana, Cuba, fueling civil unrest nationwide....

April 20th, 1976: Egyptian officials intercept a shipment of 400 kg of "Bingdu" from the Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate in Cairo, Egypt, fueling tensions throughout the world...

April 26th, 1976: David "Moses" Berg proclaims "Flirty-Fishing" a profitable venture for Christian fundamentalist churches in Long Beach, California, sparking protests by feminist organizations....

April 27th, 1976: Civil rights activist Julian Bond accuses Democratic Party leaders of racism after being called a "house n*****" by Democratic Party Chairman Lyndon LaRouche...."

May 1st, 1976: President Eva Perón announces the construction of a nuclear weapons facility at Rio Negro, Argentina, sparking international attention and concern...

May 7th, 1976: Dongfeng Accord; Dongfeng Corp., manufacturers announce in Shanghai, the sale of Chinese automobiles in the United States and Western Europe, sparking protests in those countries...

May 12th, 1976: Central Maine Power Company (CMPC) nuclear power plant in Augusta, Maine is attacked by African-American radical leaders, sparking civil unrest and panic....

June 5th, 1976: Ken Kesey, with comedian Bill Murray, establish the New Jerusalem Commune outside of Portland, Oregon, advocating use of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs)....

June 22nd, 1976: Reporter Don Bolles, Arizona Republic, survives an assassination attempt in Phoenix, Arizona...

July 12-15th, 1976: The Democratic National Committee meets in Birmingham, Alabama. The delegates have a harsh time between popular but liberal President Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota and the Southern Conservative branch of the party behind Terry Sanford of North Carolina. Ultimately they give in due to the choice to continue Robert Byrd as Vice President.

July 15th, 1976: President McCarthy accepts nomination for president by the Democratic Party.

July 17th 1976- Opening ceremony of the XXI Olympics are held in Montreal.

August 9 1976 - The Soviet Mars I Unmanned Lander, lands on Mars and deploys It's Korolev Rover, it collects several soil samples and also takes the first pictures of the Martian surface

August 16th-19th, 1976: Roger MacBride (R-NY) and David Bergland (R-CA) win the Republican Party nomination in Kansas City, Missouri, sparking national attention...

August 31st, 1976: The New Edition launch their hit album "A Change is Gonna Come" with the hit single "Girl, You're Mine till' the End of Time"...

September 18th, 1976: Korean President Sun Myung Moon meets with President Eugene McCarthy in Washington D.C., in an effort to mend relations amidst pressures of the Pacific Rim.....

September 25th, 1976: Chilean Ambassador Orlando Letelier is assassinated in San Francisco, California after briefing the United Nations General Assembly about the human rights situation in Cuba...

November 9th, 1976: United Nations General Assembly passes 10 resolutions condemning the racial and social policies of the United States as "illegitimate" in New York City, New York....

November 21st, 1976: All This & World War II controversial musical starring Elton John, Leo Sayer, and Helen Reddy...

November 25th, 1976: "Physical Best" campaign is launched in Washington D.C., after it is discovered that only 1/3 of youths get the necessary exercise they need on a daily basis....

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January 7th, 1977: Cuban opposition leader Juan Jose Peruyero flees Cuba to the United States, landing in Miami, Florida....

January 30th, 1977: University of Pennsylvania study led by J.S. Gerber claims to have established a link between vaccinations and the rise in autism rates nationwide....

February 6th, 1977: Venezuelan officials report intercepting a shipment of 15 kg of "Bingdu" from the Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate in Caracas, Venezuela....

March 7th-12th, 1977: New Delhi Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in New Delhi, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

March 8th, 1977: Korean leader Sun Myung Moon condemns "collective sin and guilt" of the Jewish people, during a speech in Seoul, Korea....

March 16th, 1977: Professor Leonid I. Rudakov announces sustained fusion reaction at Kurchatov Laboratory in Moscow, USSR, sparking attention within the scientific community. Also on this day, Indian officials report intercepting a shipment of 20 kg of "Bingdu" from the Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate in New Dehli, India, sparking international attention and concern....

March 19th-24th, 1977: Health Enthusiasts gather in Orlando, Florida for a national convention, promoting health and exercise on a national level..

May 25th, 1977: General Orlando Bosch launches a series of military raids in Havana, overthrowing the government claiming "massive corruption"... Also on this day, Revolt in the Stars written and directed by L. Ron Hubbard, makes its hit film debut...

June 2nd, 1977: Michael Farris of Purcellville, Virginia leads march in Washington D.C., against mandatory vaccination, proclaiming it an issue of "childrens' rights"....

June 13th, 1977: U.S. Congress ratifies the National Security Force Act (NSFA), amidst protests from civil libertarian organizations and community groups, granting police law enforcement powers to registered private security firms and bounty hunters, in an effort to contain crime in major cities and urban areas....

June 16 1977 - Werner von Braun, famous for his use in the development of the Soviet LK Lander dies, and is given a state funeral and is buried with in the Kremlin Necropolis wall, along with the 3 Cosmonauts killed on the Soyuz 11.

September 4th, 1977: Military forces loyal to Ah Pai Wong and Chung Ching Yee launch a failed coup attempt against the government in Nanjing, sparking tensions between the United States and China.....

September 6th, 1977: David "Moses" Berg proclaims the "financial power" created by "Flirty-Fishing" during a conference of Christian fundamentalist leaders in Washington D.C.,...

September 12th, 1977: African-American leader Jesse Jackson dies after being tortured for several hours by police in Birmingham, Alabama.....

October 14th, 1977: Dongfeng Corportion announces the sale of four-door sedans to Western Europe and the United States, during a press conference in Shanghai, sparking international attention...

October 30th, 1977: Toronto Star reports that 42.5% of Canadians are suspicious of childhood vaccinations, sparking international attention...

November 6th, 1977: Total Eclipse (NBC-TV) makes its hit debut, touted as a "new voice in science fiction drama"....

December 14th, 1977: The Spy Who Loved Me makes its hit debut, with a soundtrack by Queen, becoming a major blockbuster hit...

December 29th, 1977: Rabbi A. James Rudin, American Jewish Committee, condemns the Korean government of anti-Semitic statements, during a press conference in San Francisco, California....

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January 10th, 1978: DNC Chairman Lyndon LaRouche warns that the British government has placed "espionage agents" within the United States,during a speech in New York City, New York...

January 23 1978 - The Buran Program begins in order to design a re-usable shuttle, however due to due to technical difficulties, building of the prototype is delayed until 1980.

January 24th, 1978: Oral Roberts proclaims Tulsa, Oklahoma a "City of Faith", proclaiming that non-Christians "have been placed on notice...."

January 28th, 1978: Director Terrence Malick condemns the "neural interface" during a series of lectures condemning "potential for ethical and moral abuse" in Los Angeles, California...

February 1st, 1978: Pope Paul VI warns of a possible assassination attempt against President Eugene McCarthy, during a mass in Rome, Italy, sparking international attention...

February 5th, 1978: Britian's General Medical Council blames the rising rates of measles, mumps, and rubella, on the rise of the anti-vaccination movement in London, England.....

February 18th, 1978: The New Edition launch their hit album with the hit single "Light my Fire"....

March 10th, 1978: Governor Timothy Leary (D-CA) delivers his speech and treatise on "Neurophysical Freedom" at the University of California at Davis, sparking national attention....

March 11th, 1978: General Jorge Rafael Videla conducts a nuclear weapons test at San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina as a "show of force"...

March 13th, 1978: Soviet officials visit Indonesian leader Dipa Nusantara Aidit in Jakarta, sparking international attention and concern....

March 19th, 1978: House Committee on Intelligence reports that the Korean government has placed spies throughout the United States, during hearings in Washington D.C.,....

April 13th, 1978: Nirakani Insurrection; Sect of fundamentalist Sikhs subbed the "Nirakanis" launch an armed insurrection against the Indian government in Amristar, sparking calls for martial law...

May 9th, 1978: West Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz begins advertising energy drink Lightning Bolt as a means to cure jet lag, sparking international attention...

June 1st 1978- Argentina hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 25th 1978- Hosts Argentina beat Italy 4-3 to win the FIFA World Cup.

June 28th, 1978: Regents of the University of California v. Bakke; U.S. Supreme Court calls for the federal imposition of federal "affirmative action" amidst the failure to desegregate the South, sparking civil unrest and violence in the South....

July 2nd, 1978: "Roanoke Industry" NSL franchise collapses, as bankruptcies force the closure of many of the manufacturing factories in Roanoke, Virginia, giving the franchise a ironic and painful connotation...

July 21st, 1978: Grease makes its hit debut, with a soundtrack provided by Elvis Presley sparking international attention...

July 23rd, 1978: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Band" by the Bee-Gees makes its hit musical debut in Sydney, Australia....

August 8th, 1978: Powelton Massacre; Police clash with African-American activists in the Powelton neighborhodd of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in a 2 hour gun battle....

August 12th, 1978: Chinese and Japanese governments faceoff against each other over the Senkaku Islands, after a Japanese yacht crashes into a Chinese freighter fueling the possibility of a armed conflict between the two countries....

August 16th, 1978: Pepsi-Cola Corporation announces its purchase of the Sakura Palace franchise in Atlanta, Georgia, spreading the popularity of cuisine from Japan.....

August 21st, 1978: FBI officials report the heavy trafficking of "Bingdu" (OTL's crystal meth) by the Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate in Los Angeles and San Francisco....

October 23rd, 1978: Chinese and Japanese government sign a security agreement in an effort to prevent a growing military escalation between the two countries....

October 27th, 1978: A political hotline is established between the leaders in Nanjing, China and Tokyo, Japan in an effort to prevent future military escalation....

November 7th, 1978: Ed Clark (R-CA) wins the gubernatorial race in Sacramento, California; Dick Randolph (R-AK) leads the electoral takeover of the State Assembly in Juneau, Alaska....

December 16th, 1978: Sino-American Split; United States and Republic of China break diplomatic relations, sparking tensions between the Cold War nations...

December 29th, 1978: DNC Chairman Lyndon LaRouche attacks the British House of Lords as a "pack of animals" during a visit to London, England....

December 31st, 1978: Despite American diplomatic efforts the Chinese delegation leaves Washington D.C., sparking political infighting over "who lost China?"....

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February 2nd, 1979: U.S. Congress passes the U.S.-India Relations Act, granting India "most-favored nation" trade status in Washington D.C.,...

February 4th, 1979: Democratic leader Shapour Bakhtiar overthrows Shah Reza Pahlavi in a political revolution in Tehran, Iran...

February 7th, 1979: "The Bang Big Theory" album by Eyes Wide Shut makes its hit debut, beoming one of the fastest selling albums in music history....

February 24th, 1979: TIME magazine reports on the growing health crisis caused by the anti-vaccination movement, sparking controversy nationwide....

March 6th, 1979: Gungthang Rinpoche, Buddhist leader from the Labrang monastery, is exeuted by Kuomintang forces after serving over 20 years. He had refused to cooperate with Chinese authorities after the takeover of Tibet

March 8 1979 - In an attempt to revitalise the American Space Program, the United States send the Spacestation Skylab into space, although Skylab was designed and built years before, it was mothballed in Cape Canaveral due to the large success of the Soviet Space Program.

March 13th, 1979: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) meets in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, establishing a Socialist Monetary System (SMS)....

March 15th, 1979: Indonesian forces begin military aid for the Cambodian Khmer Rouge, sparking concern for the region....

March 22nd, 1979: United Nations Security Council attempted to pass Resolution #446, with near-unanimous support, save for the veto-wielding US (and its very few remaining allies/puppets in the UNSC), condemning federal policies in Australia, Canada, and the United States in regards to aboriginal peoples, during a session in San Francisco, California...

April 8th, 1979: "American Life" single by Tisha Dustin protesting the political poicies of the Eugene McCarthy regarding civil rights for people of color and women....

April 10th, 1979: Paris Peace Talks; U.S. and Chinese delegations meet secretly in Paris, France in an effort to pact up Cold War relations...

May 16th, 1979: China and Russia sign the Sino-Soviet Border Agreement in Beijing, despite American condemnations of the agreement, sparking international attention and concern....

May 19th, 1979: Cuban guerillas are blamed in the bombing outside the U.S. State Department in Washington D.C.,...

June 2nd, 1979: Pope John Paul II condemns efforts to legalize homosexuality as "inviting Sodom and Gomorrah" during mass in the Vatican City, sparking international attention....

June 7th-10th, 1979: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) nations hold the first elections by direct universal suffrage for the Internationale, sparking international attention and concern...

June 29th, 1979: Lead singer Stevie Wonder announces that he wants to leave the band in an effort to pursue a career outside the group, during an interview in Los Angeles, California...

July 20th, 1979: United Nations Security Council attempted to pass Resoultion #452 with near-unanimous support, save for the veto-wielding US (and its very few remaining allies/puppets in the UNSC) condemning the encroaching settlements and military actions surrounding aboriginal lands in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States...

July 21st 1979- Don Bluth leaves HB Studios with several other staff to set up a independent studio. Under the studio name Titan Studios will help create a generation of young independent artists and writers that will break the generic convention of Disney.

August 25th, 1979: J. Krishnamutri proclaims the necessity of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) during a rally in Hampstead, England...

September 25th, 1979: Chinatown Riots; Riots erupt in San Francisco's Chinatown after the Dalai Lama announces a visit to the United Nations in San Francisco, California.....

November 15th, 1979: American Airlines Flight 444 is destroyed by a bomb planted by Ted Kaczynski in Chicago, Illinois. Also on this day, The Big Apple Music concert is televised from New York City, New York, boosting television ratings across the country,...

November 20th, 1979: Arabian Revolution; Juhayman al-Otaybi leads a religious revolution in Mecca, proclaiming a theocratic government...

November 25th, 1979: Doctor Michael Smith begins writing a series of articles, openly questioning the United Nations and its policies towards Israel in New York Times, sparking international controversy....

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January 1st 1980 - Construction of the Von Braun station (Named in the memory of Werner von Braun) begins on New Years Day, it would take approxiamately 7-9 years to finish construction

February 4th, 1980: Riots erupt in Malappuram, India as anti-vaccination campaigns are blamed for deadly outbreaks of measles, killing thousands of people....

February 7th, 1980: European Economic Community (EEC) launches a ban on the West Austrian energy drink Lightning Bolt during a ruling in Brussels, Belgium....

February 13th, 1980: Juhayman al-Otaybi calls for the imposition of sharia religious law nationwide, during a speech in Riyadh, sparking international attention and concern...

February 14th 1980-Opeaning ceremonies for the XIII Winter Olympics are held in Denver, USA.

February 20th, 1980: Thomas Whitehall announces his bid for a third-party, independent run for the U.S. presidency, during a press conference in New York City, New York, sparking national attention,....

March 22nd, 1980: President Eugene McCarthy looses the Virginia Primary to Democratic candidate Martin Holmes of Massachusetts. Also unsurprising Dave Jones of Virginia wins the Virginia primary.

March 23rd, 1980: Egyptian King Farouk pleads for asylum from the Shah Reza Pahlavi in Tehran, sparking tensions throughout the Middle East. Also on this day, President McCarthy bows out of the race and says he'll support the winner of the primaries at the Convention.

March 25th, 1980: Total Eclipse is broadcast in Australia for the first time, citing a strong fan-viewer base...

April 20th, 1980: Robert Boettcher condemns Korean President Sun Myung Moon's influence over the U.S. government, during Senate hearings in Washington D.C.,..

April 22nd, 1980: United Nations officials report massive "die-offs" of marine life across the globe, sparking concern of dropping temperatures worldwide...

April 30th 1980- Bouyed by the success of the Madrid Massacre, 6 members of ETA storm the Spanish Embassy in London, taking 26 people hostage.

May 5th 1980- After a hostage is killed during the negations, the British SAS storm the Spanish Embassy, in an attack that is broadcasted live on TV. 5 of the 6 gunmen are killed while the last member is captured. Only one hostage is killed and no members of the SAS are killed either.

May 8th, 1980: Miami Riots; Race riots erupt in Miami, Florida after SCLC civil rights worker Arthur McDuffie is killed by police in Miami, Florida..

May 10th, 1980: Independent candidate Thomas Whitehall emerges as the frontrunner according to the Gallup presidential polls, sparking concern of a national third party win...

May 18th-27th, 1980: Gwangju Uprising; Roh Tae-woo leads anti-government protests in Gwangju, Korea, which are violently crushed by military forces loyal to President Sun Myung Moon...

May 21st, 1980: Battlefield Earth, a sequel to Revolt in the Stars written and directed by L. Ron Hubbard, makes its hit debut,...

May 22nd, 1980: Juhayman al-Otaybi begins aiding Taliban guerillas in Afghanistan against the Soviet government, sparking tensions within the Muslim world...

May 26th, 1980: Construction of a 900-foot statue of Jesus Christ of Nazareth begins in Tulsa, Oklahoma, under the direction of Oral Roberts...

June 9th, 1980: Comedian Richard Pryor dies at his home in Northridge, California after freebasing on cocaine and accidentally setting himself on fire, sparking national attention....

June 13th, 1980: Pamela McCray of Columbus , Ohio delivers 1,000,000 to the United Nations General Assembly in San Francisco calling for a Universal Declaration of Resistance to Mandatory Vaccinations....

June 15th, 1980: Independent presidential candidate Thomas Whitehall appears on the cover of TIME magazine, fueling support for the third-party movement....

July 14th, 1980: The Republican National Convention opens in Minneapolis Minnesota, at the Harold Stassen Metrodome. The GOP presidential race has been tight between Governor Dave Jones of Virginia and Congressmen Jesse Carson of Oregon.

July 16th, 1980: Rumors swirl that former Candidate Gerald Ford will be the VP pick however this falls through. Jesse Carson accepts this potion under the condition he'd be Co-president.

July 17th, 1980: Dave Jones (R-VA) accepts the Republican Party's nomination for president.

July 19th 1980- Opening ceremony of the XXII Olympics are held Moscow.

July 23rd, 1980: Anti-vaccination movement members led by Jay Gordon are blamed for the worst outbreak of whooping cough in Seattle, Washington in 60 years..

August 16th, 1980: Juhayman al-Otaybi proclaims that women are forbidden to work under religious law, during a speech in Mecca, sparking outrage amongst human rights organizations....

September 1st-6th, 1980: Harare Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Harare, Zimbabwe, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel, and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 22nd, 1980: Mark David Chapman shoots and kills Tonight Show (NBC-TV) host Johnny Carson in Burbank, California, sparking national attention....

October 2nd, 1980: Riots erupt in New York City, New York after the New York Unified School District begins mandatory vaccinations of all students in middle school age....

October 7th, 1980: Independent presidential candidate Thomas Whitehall appears on all three national television networks for a 30-minute television campaign spot on the situation on domestic affairs....

November 4th, 1980: Republican ticket of Governor Dave Jones of Virgina and his running mate Jesse Carson of Oregon win the presidential election by a narrow margin over the Democratic ticket of Martin Holmes of Massachusetts and Dean Walton of Missouri. Independent candidate. Independent candidate Thomas Whitehall comes out of the election with a good number of votes as well.

November 13th, 1980: Lead singer Stevie Wonder publicly leaves the group New Edition after months of speculation, during a concert in Saint Louis, Missouri....

December 12th, 1980: Bayh-Dole Act Act passed in Washington D.C., legalizing "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) and promoting university-industry partnerships and allowing the industry to tap research conducted at taxpayer-subsidized facilities...

December 20th, 1980: Juhayman al-Otaybi withdraws Republic of Arabia from the United Nations, sparking international attention and concern....

December 22nd, 1980: Martin Luther King Jr. is nominated for the role of Chancellor of the University of London, despite being imprisoned in Birmingham, Alabama....

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January 20th, 1981: President Dave Jones is sworn in as President of the United States. Jesse Carson is sworn in as Vice President.
In his inauguration Jones warns of Soviet expansionism, solving the civil rights issues in the country, and supporting a strong American economy.

February 23rd, 1981: El Tejerazo; General Antonio Tejero overthrows the government in Madrid in a military coup, sparking international condmnation...

March 11th, 1981: John M. Berry and Lee Lescaze launch a civil rights demonstration in Washington D.C.,...

March 12th, 1981: Argentina announcs its intent to leave the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, before the United Nations Security Council in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention...

March 15th, 1981: Major Wilfred Hawker overthrows the government in Paramaribo, Suriname, sparking international attention and concern....

March 27th 1981 - Yuri Gagarin dies at the age of 47 in a Car Crash, in his will he has specified that he should be cremated and his ashes scattered into space, Thousands attend his funeral, days later his remains are placed into a capsule and then released into space, within 5 years the capsule will disentegrate upon Re-Entry.

April 1st, 1981: Sakura Palace opens its first franchise in Canada, sparking protests over "food quality". Also on this day, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports to the United Nations Security Council in San Francisco, California that Argentina is planning to escalate its nuclear weapons program....

April 16th, 1981: Lebanese guerillas fire on United Nations Peace-Keeping forces under General William O'Callaghan in Beirut, Lebanon, as "agents of Israel and America", sparking civil unrest and fighting in the region...

April 22nd, 1981: White House officials warn that proposed civil rights legislation would have a 'drastic effect on the economy" during a speech in Washington D.C.,...

May 18th, 1981: President Jones has not taken any comment on civil rights. But told his wife in a month he will announce he is in favor of it.

May 22nd, 1981: Arabian dictator Juhayman al-Otaybi proclaims that all non-Muslims must wear distinguishing clothing, during a speech in Riyadh, Islamic Republic of Arabia...

May 30th, 1981: Major General Muhammad Abul Manzoor overthrows the government in Chittagong, Bangladesh....

June 5th, 1981: Arabian dictator Juhayman al-Otaybi proclaims that foreigners must obey sharia religious laws, during a televised address in Riyadh, sparking international attention....

June 11th, 1981: First peace talks are held between the United States and Argentina regarding its nuclear weapons program are held in Monterey Bay, California, in an effort to defuse tensions....

June 18th, 1981: President Jones comes out and state he is in favor of a civil rights bill. He then ask the Republican party to push it forward. The party conservatives are against it, but the same thing will occur in the Democrats.

August 5th, 1981: U.S. Embassy in Riyadh is seized by forces loyal to Juhayman al-Otaybi, on charges of "propogating Christianity...", sparking tensions between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Arabia...

August 6th, 1981: Voting Rights Act of 1981 is passed amidst vast opposition from conservatives in Washington D.C.,...

August 22, 1981: Hurricane "Burton" hits New Orleans and the surrounding areas. It also inundates Waterford NPP which leads to a Fukushima-like disaster. This will later be categorized as INES 7.

August 23rd, 1981: President Jones declares Louisiana a disaster area. After the reactor meltdown he sends in the army and orders a full scale clean up. President Jones declares a curfew in area. (Which is just a way to declare martial without Congress)

August 29th, 1981 President Jones opinion numbers have suffered a rollercoaster ride as people are unsure of the "Curfew" in New Orleans. In 4 days his approval rating rises to 75% down to 45% then back 65% and finally settles at 40%

August 30th, 1981: Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar survives an assassination attempt in Tehran. Egypt and Arabia are suspected in the assassination attempt...

September 1st, 1981: Ares Security Incorporated (ASI) is deployed to New Orleans, Louisiana to aid the National Guard and U.S. Army in the region...

September 11th, 1981: Democratic Party becomes divided over the issue of civil rights, sparking concerns of a party collapse in Washington D.C.,...

September 22nd, 1981: Dongfeng Corporation announces the production of its cars in Marysville, Ohio, fueling tensions regarding U.S. leaders regarding a possible "trade war"....

October 2nd, 1981: Iranian President Hojjatoleslam Ali Khamenehi calls for democratic reforms, after winning the national elections amidst concerns of Islamic fundamentalism in the region...

October 7th, 1981: J. Krishnamutri proclaims "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) as a necessity for modern life, during a speech in Madras, India...

October 14th, 1981: Rashad Khalifa overthrows the monarchy in Cairo, Egypt, proclaiming a theocratic state, sparking international attention and concern....

November 7th, 1981: The Wonderful Jacks makes its appearence on Broadway, performing showtunes along with their greatest hits in New York City, New York...

November 1th, 1981: The Hot Seat (Syndicated) hosted by right-wing commentator Wally George makes its hit debut,...

November 16th, 1981: Under pressure from the U.S. government, Indian government officials launch peace talks with the "Nirakanis"....

November 21st-23rd, 1981: First Mission Holders Conference; Revolt in the Stars fan conference led by L. Ron Hubbard is held in Clearwater, Florida...

December 12th, 1981: Aeronica Boeing 727 is destroyed by a terrorist bomb in Mexico City, Meixco killing 151 people....

December 15th, 1981 President Jones receives an unwelcome gift, Jesse Carson, his Vice President has a child born out of wedlock and it was just revealed. The 51 year old had a son a long time ago before his marriage to his current wife. The mother of the now 22 year old says that she knew it was his but never told Carson.

December 19th, 1981: Several White House Cabinet officials announce their resignation over the issue of civil rights legislation in Washington D.C.,...

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February 11th, 1982: Southern Democrats offer a "moderate stance" version of civil rights legislation, sparking civil unrest and anger within the African-American community in Washington D.C.,...

February 18th, 1982: Wally George states,"Do you know we have more acreage of forest land in the United States today than we did at the time the Constitution was written?" during a television broadcast of The Hot Seat in Los Angeles, California....

February 24th, 1982: Southern Congressional delegation hold a press conference warning of "federal tyranny" in Washington D.C., in opposition to civil rights legislation....

March 7, 1982: The Big One hits San Francisco, destroying much of the city...

March 25th, 1982: Argentine leader Admiral Jorge Isaac Anaya proclaims before the United Nations General Assembly,"If ... we are attacked, we will defend ourselves. I repeat, we have sufficient means with which to defend ourselves; we have indeed our inevitable weapons, the weapons, which we would have preferred not to acquire, and which we do not wish to employ." in San Francisco, California....

April 2nd, 1982: Argentine forces invade the Falkland Islands, proclaiming the liberation of the Malvinas Islands, sparking tensions between Argentina and Great Britain...

April 3rd, 1982: Worlds in Collision (NBC-TV) special hosted by Doctor Michael Smith is aired, one of the highest rated presentations of a documentary....

April 7th, 1982: Iranian Foreign Minister Sadegh Ghotbzadeh resigns over Iranian diplomatic overtures with the Egyptian and Arabian governments...

April 22nd, 1982: Citing the failure of passage of civil rights legislation, and the lack of support by the electorate, Southern Democrats state that the President must "Go First" regarding legislation in Washington D.C.,...

May 6th, 1982: Oral Roberts launches a national telethon through his nationally syndicated Your Faith Is Power television show, in order to fund the construction of a 900-foot statue of Jesus Christ of Nazareth in Tulsa, Oklahoma....

May 19th, 1982: Republicans announce that they have abandoned their support for civil rights legislation, during a press conference in Washington D.C., sparking anger within colored communities nationwide....

June 4th, 1982: Palestinian Representative Mahmoud Abbas begins publicizing The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov, as proof an United Nations conspiracy, calling Israel the "lapdog of the conspiracy"...

June 6th, 1982: Israeli forces enter into Palestine, laying siege to Ramallah and Gaza, sparking international condemnation and criticism. The United States supports Israel's actions as a "right to self-defense"....

June 12th, 1982: c. 1,000,000 people march in Washington D.C., demanding passage of civil rights legislation, sparking national controversy...

June 13th 1982- Spain hosts the FIFA World Cup. Also on this day, Argentina officially witdraws from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in San Francisco, California, raising tensions throughout Latin America,....

June 15th-18th, 1982: George McGovern meets with Argentina's leaders in Buenos Aires, in an effort to bring Argentina and Great Britain back to the negotiation table,...

June 23rd, 1982: Murder of Chinese-American Vincent Chin in Detroit, Michigan serves to highlight racial tensions nationwide....

July 11th 1982- Poland beats Germany 4-1 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 9th, 1982: British government officials call for a delay of diplomatic talks with Argentina, during a press conference in London, England,....

July 27th, 1982: Deposed Egyptian King Farouk dies in exile in Tehran, despite pleas to return to his home country by European and American governments...

August 1st, 1982: Kenyan Air Force led by General Hezekiah Ochuka overthrows the government in a military coup in Nairobi, Kenya....

August 12th, 1982: American and Argentinean officials sign an agreement claiming progress towards an overall settlement in Paris, France...

August 21st, 1982: Peace talks collapse between Palestinians and Israelis in Paris, France, sparking international attention and concern....

August 24th, 1982: Japanese Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki calls for a ban on Chinese automobiles, amidst protests in Tokyo, Japan...

September 16th-18th, 1982: Ramallah Massacre; Israeli Defense Forces are blamed in the wholesale slaughter of a civilian refugee camp in Ramallah, wherein Fedayeen guerillas are reported, c.752 confirmed dead, but PLO estimates as many as c. 3,500 people may have been killed...

October 3rd, 1982: Former presidential candidate Thomas Whitehall debates U.S. vice-president Carson on national television regarding arms control treaties with the Soviet Union....

October 5th, 1982 Vice President Carson invites Thomas Whitehall to the Vice President's residence.

October 14th, 1982: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate is blamed for the "Bingdu Epidemic" in the United States and Western Europe, sparkng tensions between the United States and Korea....

October 15th, 1982: President Jones and Vice President Carson announce a "War Against Bingdu" in the White House East Room. Vice President Carson is in charge of the West Coast Bingdu operation.

October 17th-20th, 1982: Mission Holders Conference; Revolt in the Stars fan conference led by L. Ron Hubbard is held in San Francisco, California....

November 1st, 1982: Argentinean peace talks are cancelled after British RAF uncovers nuclear weapons development in La Plata, Argentina.....

November 2nd, 1982: Amristar Accords; Indian government announce a possible ceasefire between the Indian government and the Sikh rebels in New Delhi, India....

December 16th, 1982: Protests occur across the globe, as Palestinian groups demand an investigation into alleged "human rights violations" by Israeli military forces in the military occupation of Palestine; Some of the largest protests take place outside the United Nations in San Francisco, California...

December 17th, 1982: President Jones signs a top secret order to stop the Korean crime groups and their drugs by any means necessary.

December 18th, 1982: Vice President Carson and Thomas Whitehall have become friends in the last months.

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January 4th, 1983: "Nirakani" guerillas take credit for the bombings of several major highways in Bombay, New Delhi and Amristar. Also on this day, Neural Enhancement Act is passed in Washington D.C.; The law encourages development of drugs to treat neural and mental affecting fewer than 200,000 by giving incentives to companies, citing the positive benefits of "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs)...

January 5th, 1983: New York Times proclaims a "Civil Rights Crisis" after race riots erupt in Harlem in New York City, New York....

January 19th 1983: U.S. and British reconnaisance uncovers evidence of nuclear weapons development at Embalse and Atucha, Argentina further escalating the crisis...

January 30th, 1983: NFL Baltimore Colts led by Mike Pagel, win Super Bowl XVII in Pasadena, California, 38-16, sparking national attention....

February 1st, 1983: Vice President Jesse Carson makes Thomas Whitehall an advisor.

February 26th, 1983: 3 British Anglican missionaries are brutally executed for "propogating Christianity" in Cairo, Egypt...

March 26th, 1983: Pope John Paul II announces that the Soviet Union is planning nuclear strikes against Western Europe and the United States during mass in Rome, Italy...

April 4th, 1983: Tibetan leader Tanak Jigme Sangpo, was sentenced to prison for "counterrevolutionary propaganda and incitement" against the Chinese government....

May 25th, 1983: The Enemy Within, written and directed by L. Ron Hubbard, sparking international attention....

June 17th, 1983: "Nirakani" guerillas bomb the railways outside of New Delhi, India, sparking a "state of emergency" by the government....

June 24th, 1983: Syrian government condemns Israel's invasion of Palestine, promising to supply weapons to the government, sparking international attention and concern...

June 30th, 1983: Embalse Nuclear Disaster; nuclear meltdown is experienced at the Embalse nuclear power plant, outside of Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking international attention and concern...

July 2nd, 1983: Tensions mount across Latin America, as radiation from the Embalse Nuclear Power Plant is reported in states neighboring Argentina....

July 11th, 1983: WarGames makes its hit debut, with a soundtrack by Guns n Roses, makes its hit debut despite being panned by the critics...

July 12th, 1983: Egyptian leader Rashad Khalifa proclaims "Al-Quds Day" (Arabic for Jerusalem) in Cairo, proclaiming his support for the Palestinian government in Ramallah...

July 23rd, 1983: Eduardo Arocena leads a military coup against the government in Havana, Cuba through a series of bombings and raids...

August 17th, 1983: President Jones whilst at a press conference in Des Moines, Iowa makes an anti-semtic joke. This causes the president to receive massive criticism in the press.

August 29th, 1983: Indian General Strike; Indian opposition groups and labor unions launch a nationwide general strike halting causing trade to be halted throughout India,...

September 4th, 1983: Waly George sparks national controversy after stating,"Take that bone out of your nose and call me back!" to an African-American caller on The Hot Seat in Los Angeles, California...

September 4th-7th, 1983: Second Belgrade Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 23rd, 1983: VP Carson disagrees with Jones approach of hardball with the Soviets the arms build between both nations have gone out of control due to the US losing the space race.

September 25th, 1983: President Jones meets with the leader of the Soviet Union. Amongst the Cold War talks Jones and his counter part discuss Bingdu affects in the US, and the Soviet Leader reveals the USSR has the same problem with Bingdu.

September 26th, 1983: The President was caught by Secret Service in what may or may not have been rape with a female aide at the hotel while at the conference with the Soviets.

October 9th, 1983: Chinese President Li Yuan-tsu is assassinated while visiting Rangoon, sparking tensions throughout the Pacific Rim....

October 17th, 1983: Peace talks collapse between the Soviet Union and China disputed demarcation of 54 km (c. 34 miles) of the Damansky/Zhenbao Island region,....

November 1st, 1983: Korean President Sun Myung Moon voiced his support for greater American military presence in space, during a rally in Pyongyang...

November 2nd, 1983: China and Russia exchange artillery over the Sino-Soviet border. 419 are killed many more injured.

November 7th, 1983: Russian Forces take the Chinese City of Ili

November 10th, 1983: The UN calls an emergency conference in (wherever UN HQ is in the TL). They attempt and fail to get China and Russia to sign a ceasefire.

November 15th, 1983: The Jones Administration is in talks with the Chinese government. They agree that if the Russians take another city the The United States will come in on China's side.

November 16th, 1983: The US State Department sends the Soviet Foreign Ministry a terse warning stating that America will take sides if the Soviets do not withdraw from China.

November 19th, 1983: Egyptian-backed terrorists bomb marketplace in Islamabad, Pakistan, killing 8 people, sparking sectarian violence and civil unrest,...

November 29th, 1983: Operation змея (Emer, Russian for Snake) invades the Chinese city of Karamay with airborne troops, ground forces, and special forces.

December 5th, 1983: President Jones announces before Congress that the US will send military aide to China. Part of this aide will be special forces.

December 15th, 1983: While in Dayton, Ohio President Jones misheard a reporter asking about the First Lady, the reporter is punched 7 times before Secret Service pulls him from the reporter.

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January 12th, 1984: Indian President Darshan A. Sangha visits President Dave Jones in Washington D.C., further sealing ties between India and the United States...

January 15th, 1984: Indian government begin plans for the national roundup of "religious fundamentalist guerillas" during a meeting of armed forces leaders in New Delhi targetting the Sikh population....

January 17th, 1984: The FBI investigates President Jones regarding several rape charges.

January 25th, 1984: Thomas Whitehall is informed the FBI is investigating President Jones. The next day Whitehall informs VP Carson to be ready for trouble.

January 27th, 1984: Vice President Carson quietly informs his legal aides to be ready for acension to the highest office.

February 2nd, 1984: Indian government officials renege on the Amristar Accords, sparking civil unrest and violence against Sikhs nationwide, after a press conference in New Delhi, India....

February 8th 1984-Opeaning ceremonies for the XIV Winter Olympics are held in Gothenburg, Sweden.

February 10th, 1984: Iranian President Hojjatoleslam Ali Khamenehi launches the Fajr International Film Festival, in an effort to promote the "Westernization" efforts of the Iranian government...

February 11th, 1984: Indian leaders announce the creation of "sterilization vans" in an effort to distribute IUDs to rural areas, sparking tensions between the United States and India. Also on this day, West Austrian entrepreneur and CEO Dietrich Mateschitz is listed as one of the richest men on Earth, for his energy drink Lightning Bolt

March 5th, 1984: While President Jones runs for reelection, the FBI starts to question members, current and former of the President's Secret Service detail.

March 17th, 1984: "7 Minutes In Heaven" single by Tisha Dustin along with rising musical talent Diane Nelson makes its hit debut....

March 20th, 1984: "Honor killings" are reported by Amnesty International, consisting mainly of married and soon-to-be married women in the Islamic Republic of Arabia...

March 26th, 1984: Richard Cohen, Washington Post, condemns feminist leaders for their ardent support for President Jones....

April 1st, 1984: West Austrian energy Lightning Bolt launches a music label in Vienna, West Austria, sparking international attention. Also on this day, R&B singer Marvin Gaye announces that he will be entering a substance abuse program in Los Angeles, California, sparking national attention...

April 8th, 1984: Communist sympathizer Yoon Jeong-Hun is captured and arrested selling secrets to the USSR in Seoul, sparking tensions in the Pacific Rim region...

April 10th, 1984: The president attempts to fire the Attorney General, the FBI Director, and the secret Service Director. Later that night Vice President Carson calls the cabinet to his residence.

April 14th, 1984: Pope John Paul II warns of sightings of Soviet naval vessels and submarines within the Mediterranean Sea and Persian Gulf, during mass in Rome, Italy....

April 26th, 1984: President visits New Delhi, India, further sealing ties between the world's two largest democracies...

April 29th,1984: The US and South Korean Government agents are still debriefing Yoon Jeong-Hun. The news is grim on the secrets he sold. They won't be finished until September.

April 30th, 1984: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate leader Park Chung-hee orders the assassination of the Minister of Justice in Pyongyang, Korea...

May 9th, 1984: Kuomingtang government, citing its "population explosion", announces its "one-child policy" during a press conference in Nanjing, China, fueling tensions between the United States and China,...

May 10th, 1984: Macalaster Statement; liberal activists led by Charlene Spretnak call for a change in the Democratic Party platform to reflect calls to address the issues of the environment, at Macalaster College in Saint Paul, Minnesota....

May 11th, 1984: With damning evidence and a fear that the rape allegations will destroy the party, the cabinet give Carson their decision. The President is to resign, if he fails to do so, then will be removed by the cabinet while Congress puts forward the articles of impeachment.

May 12th, 1984: President Dave Jones is asked to return from Chicago to Washington D.C. The Vice President tells Jones either to resign or he'll be forced out by congress. The president refuses. Carson then removes tries the president via the 25th Amendment but fails.

May 15th, 1984: Wally George states on his show Hot Seat," Do you realize at the end of the day what’s happening here, the liberals are putting on parade a President who is happily presenting himself as an immoral, baseless, no-purpose-to-his-life guy. He wants all the sex in the world, whenever he wants it, all the time. No consequences. No responsibility for his behavior..."

May 18th, 1984: Wally George states on his show Hot Seat,"I think it is absolutely absurd that during these very serious political times, we are discussing personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress. What happened to personal responsibility and accountability? Where do we draw the line?"

May 19th, 1984: Brawl erupts in Munich, Germany during a screening of The Enemy Within, sparking calls for a ban on the works of L. Ron Hubbard...

May 21st, 1984: Indonesian refugees begin fleeing into China forming refugee camps in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing.....

May 30th, 1984: U.S. Special Prosecutor Robert Boettcher dies mysteriously in Bethesda, Maryland after reporting in "undue influence" by the Korean government...

June 13th, 1984: The House Judiciary committee begins a three day live broadcast session. The topic is should the president be removed. The FBI give evidence of numerous occasions the President has committed acts rape.

June 17th, 1984: Committee sends the decision to impeach President David Markus Jones to the floor of the House. Also on this day, The Chinese government decides that the refugee camps falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Interior and the national police.

June 18th, 1984: Pope John Paul II warns that NATO countries are being surrounded by Soviet missiles and reconnaisance planes, sparking tensions throughout Europe....

June 20th, 1984: Wally George states on his show Hot Seat," Let me tell you something. They say he lied to Congress. I can think of no better bunch of people to lie to than Congress..."

June 21st, 1984: The vote to impeach is at a staggering 321 for impeachment. Vice President Carson finally removes Jones as president and becomes acting president. The Press attacks both Carson and Jones. Walter Cronkite says "this is the greatest constitutional Crisis of the nation..."

June 22nd, 1984: President Jones is told to resign by Acting President Carson. Once again he refuses.

June 23rd, 1984: TV anchors Dan Rather, Walter Cronkite, and Ted Koppel are attacked by conservative pundit William F. Buckley (PBS-TV) for causing the constitutional crisis. Reminding viewers that VP Carson had a child born out of wedlock.

June 24th, 1984 the Senate trial of President Dave Jones begins.

July 15th, 1984: French government officials end their ban on the energy drink Lightning Bolt during a press conference in Paris, France....

July 17th to 19th, 1984: At the DNC in Columbus, Ohio the Democratic candidate states that he will not committ any crimes like what President Jones did....

July 20th, 1984: A massive protest begins around the White House for and against President Jones. It gets violent enough the Washington DC National Guard is mobilized.

July 28th 1984- Opening ceremony of the XXIII Olympics are held in Tehran.

August 20th to 23rd, 1984: Vice President Jones is made the GOP nominee with Thomas Whitehall being VP at the RNC in (blank)

August 21st, 1984: Paul Gigot, Wall Street Journal, proclaims that the feminist movement has "painted themselves into a corner...."

August 22nd, 1984: Cuban leader Eduardo Arocena proclaims himself "President for Life" during a rally in Havana, Cuba, despite American diplomatic pressure...

August 23rd, 1984: Conservative Cynthia Tucker condemns female Democratic leaders of "partisan politics" in their support of President Jones, during an interview on ABC-TV....

August 30th, 1984: After both the prosecution and defenders of President Jones are finished the senate debates impeachment. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) calls the impeachment, "a necessary defense of democracy..." during a speech in Salt Lake City, Utah....

September 7th, 1984: President Jones is found guilty by a majority of Senators 58 to 39. He is removed from the Presidency and Vice President Carson is now President. Also on this day, Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone condemns the Chinese government for waging "economic warare" against the Japanese people, sparking civil unrest and violence....

September 15th, 1984: President Carson nominates Thomas Whitehall to become Vice President, though the election is less than two months away, the Carson feels that Whitehall will do better sooner in his job.

September 17th, 1984: DNC Chairman Lyndon LaRouche proclaims that the British are a "threat to national sovereignty..." during a speech in Chicago, Illinois...

September 23rd, 1984: The Washington Post reports the presence of right-wing death squads and mass graves by the regime of Eduardo Arocena in Havana, Cuba. Also on this day, Conservative John Leo proclaims the impeachment of President Dave Jones, a "victory for the Moral Majority..."

October 2nd, 1984: Truck bomb explodes at Cairo airport killing 60 people, injuring 700 people. Egyptian government officials claim that it is the work of "American mercenaries"...

October 15th, 1984: Thomas Whitehall becomes Vice President, but the question is will he stay there, Democratic Candidate Geraldine Ferraro is within a breaths hair of President Carson in the polls.

October 17th, 1984: The Only Presidential debate is held at the University of Wisconsin. Though Ferraro makes many good comments on the economy and foreign policy, Jesse Carson looks presidential and many people like his though stance against his running mate, the former president (Now the trial for the rape cases are about to begin.) President Jesse Carson admits now he and his son, born out of wedlock are having a good relationship, it is not perfect but his son is planning on being a doctor.

October 20th, 1984: The Vice Presidential debate between Senator Gary Hart (Democrat) and Vice President Thomas Whitehall (Independent) takes place in San Antonio, Texas. Of the two men Whitehall makes people more comfortable to ascend to power than the young Hart.

October 25th, 1984: The polls state the US Presidential race is still too close to call for president. But the GOP will lose the senate and the democrats will get seats in the house.

October 31st, 1984: This year a popular Halloween costume consists of President Jones mask, a set of fake handcuffs, a prisoners uniform, and a fake ball and chain.

November 6th, 1984: The Carson/Whitehall ticket beats the Ferraro/Hart Ticket. Both sides believe the trial of former President Jones and Carson's opposition to the president is why he won.

November 10th, 1984: U.S. State Department launches economic sanctions against the regime of Cuban dicatator Eduardo Arocena, citing the rising political violence in that country....

November 12th, 1984: Anti-nuclear demonstrators seize control of a nuclear ICBM silo in Higginsville, Missouri, sparking fears of "sedition" across the country...

November 14th, 1984: Cuban dictator Eduardo Arocena calls sanctions against his country "economic terrorism" during a television broadcast in Havana, Cuba....


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January 1st, 1985: United Nations officials report that "air pollution maybe responsible for 50% of the light not reaching the planet's surface..."

January 20th, 1985: The Inauguration of President Jesse Carson. Carson states that "America is not perfect but the system survived a brutal tear last year in the Jones Impeachment. I know it is still fresh in our minds but we must move on. This Administration will talk to the Soviets, we will get China to pull out of Vietnam, we'll maintain our ties to our Allies, try and rid the world of Nuclear weapons while remaining strong at home and abroad!"

February 2nd, 1985: British tabloids blame the death of students at Cambridge University on ingestion of Lightning Bolt sparking international controversy...

February 13th, 1985: Cuban dictator Eduardo Arocena declares martial law in Havana, Cuba amidst reports of civil unrest and violence nationwide....

February 27th, 1985: American students at Harvard die and are in hospital following consumption of Lightning Bolt energy drink. The drink is blamed.

March 1st, 1985: Morgan Guaranty, Chase Manhattan and Bankers Trust are sent reeling as several Asia-Pacific financial institutions renege on Derivatives contracts. A banking chain-reaction weakens the entire banking infrastructure to the breaking point....

March 20th, 1985: The US FDA decides to ban Lightning Bolt following the student deaths in Cambridge and Harvard.

March 29th, 1985: London Riots; Tony Kushner and Colin Holmes report anti-Semitic riots throughout London, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 17th-20th, 1985: National Health & Fitness Summit is held in New Orleans, Louisiana, highlighting the national popularity of exercise and fitness...

April 19th, 1985: Supporters of Sun Myung Moon launch a public relations campaign through the Christian Coalition in an effort to "restore honor" through the reinstallation of Moon into office. Also on this day, Halley's Comet featured on 20/20 (ABC-TV) from New York City, New York...

May 5th, 1985: President Carson's State Secretary Stansfield Turner comes back from a meeting in China.

May 15th, 1985: "Youthquake" album by British band Dead or Alive makes its hit international debut in London, England. Also on this day, the US Justice Department begins to prepare the trial of former President Jones.

May 22nd, 1985: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov, is published by the Islamic Propagation Order in Tehran, Iran, fueling civil unrest and panic against the government...

June 4th, 1985: Third generation of Dongfeng automobiles is launched in Shanghai, China and Marysville, Ohio amidst complaints of human rights violations in China....

June 30th, 1985: Bank Runs begin in earnest as people withdraw cash for Christmas holiday, and don't stop withdrawing. Fed imposes monthly cap of 20% of 4/1985 bank balance for withdrawals of over $10,000....

July 23rd, 1985: Indian President Deepak Dhawan visits Washington D.C., in an effort to further trade relations with the United States...

July 25th, 1985: Pope John Paul II warns that the United States is entering into a "race war" during a visit to New York City, New York, sparking national concern and controversy...

August 1st, 1985: "We Built This City" single by Starship makes its hit debut, considered an anthem of the San Francisco Bay Area....

August 4th, 1985: The trial of former President Jones will be held in the Philadelphia federal court.

August 13th, 1985: Camping supplies, generators, canning supplies, and food dehydrators are virtually gone from the shelves of department stores amidst "Comet Fever" fears across the globe....

August 20th, 1985: Korean President Sun Myung Moon is restored to power in a poitical coup in Seoul, Korea, sparking tensions with the Soviet Union...

August 21st, 1985: Pope John Paul II proclaims AIDS/HIV a "plague from God" during mass before the Vatican City, sparking international attention...

August 23rd, 1985: Mark Saltzmann and Harry Cayton begin experiments into neural implants in an effort to treat Alzheimer's disease at Cornell University, New York, sparking international attention....

September 15th, 1985: Federal Government passes law to draft programmers or at least mandate that current Federal employees must remain in service to the government for the duration

September 18th, 1985: Media begins coverage of hoarding. Cash withdrawals from banks increase. Inflation and interest rates increase. Stock and bond markets decrease. Gold prices increase. Panic and shortages across the United States and Western Europe...

September 20th, 1985: President Carson goes to Switzerland and has a discussion with the Soviet leadership about reducing nuclear weapons, Vienna, China, and other topics. Whilst waiting President Carson is shown a Soviet film, Carson wonders if a cultural exchange would help either power.

September 25th, 1985: The Jones trial begins selection for the jury.

October 4th, 1985: U.S. and Canadian forces launch joint-forces strikes against American Indian Movement (AIM) guerillas, sparking international condemnation...

December 7th, 1985: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate leader Park Chung-hee is blamed for trafficking a stronger strain of "Bingdu" (OTL's crystal meth) since 1974,.....

December 12th, 1985: Race riots erupt in Detroit, MI; Seattle, WA; San Francisco, CA; Los Angeles, CA; and New York City, NY amidst a court ruling acquitting Ronald Ebens of the murder of Vincent Chin....

December 18th, 1985: Major banks and other large companies begin to bring out T.V. and newspaper commercials stating that they are "Comet Scare" compliant in an effort to stem public mistrust.

December 25th, 1985: Revolution starring Al Pacino and Donald Sutherland, makes its hit debut regarding the American Revolution...

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January 27th, 1986: Rumors begin that film director "L. Ron Hubbard is dead" in San Luis Obispo, California,...

February 2nd, 1986: Pope John Paul II and the Dalai Lama meet in Rome, despite American diplomatic and political pressure....

February 17th, 1986: Due to the increase of media attention on possible power outages and food shortages, there is a dramatic increase in the sale of firearms and ammunition as people prepare to defend themselves from potential looting and riots....

February 28th, 1986: Swedish prime minister Olof Palme survives an assasination attempt with only flesh wounds.

March 18th, 1986: Radical religious leaders and cult members begin making media headlines. They claim "end of time" referred to in Bible is actually reference to Halley's Comet. Many less stable adherents believe to be the day of "judgement". Assorted mass suicides of religious cults worldwide...

March 20th, 1986: President issues a price-freeze to curb profiteering from the "Comet Scare Fever" in Washington D.C.,...

April 1st, 1986: "Endless Waltz" the first album by Chisa Yokoyama makes its hit debut in New York City, New York, becoming a major bestseller...

April 6th, 1986: Law enforcement investigates gangs, racist groups, and militia groups supposedly planning to use the "Comet Fever" crisis as a cover for robberies and other crimes...

April 7th, 1986: President Carson visits Japan and meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shintaro Ishihara. The President asks Japan to be more friendly with China while being prepared for Soviet invasion. To alleviate American armed forces The President suggests that the Japanese give their defense force more money and more power.

April 15th, 1986: Hyperinflation on grocery store prices causes riots in Western Europe, Japan and the United States...

April 29th, 1986: California National Guard are deployed near large cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Bakersfield...

May 17th, 1986: Pope John Paul II announces the consecration of the Soviet Union, in an effort to "drive out the sin of godlessness" during a mass in the Vatican City, sparking international attention....

May 26th, 1986: The HBO TV-movie Carson premieres. It portrays Jesse Carson as a philander, liar, and manipulator. It Stars Jon Voight as the president.

May 31st 1986- Canada hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 12th, 1986: Shah Reza Pahlavi II marries Yasmine Etemad Amini in Tehran, signalling further calls for "Westernization"....

June 29th 1986- Argentina beats France 2-1 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 4th, 1986: White Peoples' Council is officially disbanded in Richmond, Virginia, signalling efforts at racial reconciliation...

July 31st, 1986: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate leader Park Chung-hee orders the assassination of a Korean Supreme Court Justice in Seoul, Korea, sparking tensions nationwide...

August 6th, 1986: Olympics & Amateur Sports Act is passed in Washington D.C., encouraged the rights of amateur athletes to compete, and encouraged the right of the disabled to compete in sports....

August 12th, 1986: Egyptian expatriate acts a suicide bomber on a crowded cable car on Hyde Street in San Francisco, California killing 23 people in the process...

August 14th, 1986: White House officials announce a massive nationwide crackdown on "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) in Washington D.C.,...

September 1st-6th, 1986: Jakarta Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Jakarta, Indonesia, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 7th, 1986: Pope John Paul II warns of a great world monetary crash described as "one massive depression" during mass in Rome, Italy...

September 11th, 1986: Ronald Ebens is ruled guilty of murder during a civil suit trial in Detroit, Michigan, for $2.5 million, sparking national attention and concern over race relations....

September 28th, 1986: Non-Kuomingtang (KMT) Party members launch the Democratic Progressive Party, sparking civil unrest and violence in Nanjing, China....

October 21st, 1986: "Strawberry Black" by the band Bleach led by singer Lewis Perry makes its hit debut, as a critique of British government....

November 4th, 1986: Proposition 64 passed; California Proposition 64, an initiative that requires the registration of all "suspected AIDS/HIV carriers" to register with state and federal authorities, backed by Lyndon La Rouche, wins by a margin of 71%-29%...

November 9th, 1986: Chinese and Indian military forces clash along the Sumdorong River, sparking international attention between China and India...

December 8th, 1986: Minneapolis Shooting; 3 Native-American student protesters are shot in Minneapolis, Minnesota by National Guard members at a American Indian Movement (AIM) rally...

December 12th, 1986: Singer Lewis Perry, lead singer for Bleach admits that he is openly gay, shocking music critics across the globe...

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January 4th, 1987: Oral Roberts christens the 900-foot statue of Jesus Christ of Nazareth in Tulsa, Oklahoma, procliming the monument as a "beacon of faith"....

January 13th, 1987: Kevin Warwick of Coventry, England unveils neural implants for commercial purchase and implant at the Royal Academy of Science in London, England...

January 25th, 1987: NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers led by Steve Young, win Super Bowl XXI, in Pasadena, California,...

March 28th, 1987: Presidential candidate Chun Doo-hwan is assassinated under orders from Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate leader Park Chung-hee, many suggest a connection with President Sun Myung Moon...

April 15th-17th, 1987: General Krishnaswamy Sundarji reports shooting incidents between Indian and Chinese military forces at Wangdung, sparking fears of an expanding military crisis....

April 21st, 1987: Total Eclipse (NBC-TV) is expanded from a 30-minute slot to a 60-minute format, due to a steady rise in ratings....

June 4th, 1987: Indian military forces led by General Krishnaswamy Sundarji launch Operation CHECKERBOARD, lead a military buildup in Arunachal Pradesh, India along the Sino-Indian border, fueling military tensions between India and China.....

June 18th, 1987: Pope John Paul II warns of Soviet military intervention in Nicaragua, during mass in Rome, Italy, sparking global military tensions...

July 15th, 1987: State of Emergency declared; Kuomingtang (KMT) officials proclaim a "state of emergency" despite U.S. diplomatic efforts with China, sparking international controversy...

August 16th-17th, 1987: Grand Harmonic Convergence; New Age pilgrims gather in Sedona, Arizona; Mount Shasta, California; Mount Fuji, Japan; et al. in an effort to experience "spiritual energy"....

August 18th, 1987: President J. R. Jayawardene and Prime Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa are killed in a grenade attack in Sri Jayawardenepura, Sri Lanka, sparking sectarian violence throughout the region.....

August 28th, 1987: Reform the Armed Forces Movement (RAM) members led by Colonel Gregorio Honasan overthrows the government in a military coup in Manila, Philippines...

September 4th, 1987: Opening of the Asian Holocaust Memorial in Los Angeles, California, in remembrance of war crimes committed by Imperial Japan during the Second World War...

October 2nd, 1987: Ares Security Incorporated (ASI) CEO Erik Prince defends the actions of his private security firm before Congress in Washington D.C.,...

October 6th, 1987: Massive protests as Chinese military leaders withdraw yuan banknotes from banks nationwide, triggering a financial crisis....

October 31st, 1987: "blank" by the band Bleach led by Lewis Perry makes its hit debut....

November 17th, 1987: Anti-Chinese sentiment rises as Ainol, a Chinese entertainment conglomerate purchases Columbia Records in New York City, New York, sparking national attention.....

December 11th, 1987: Indian health officials report that they are expanding government distribution of contraception, after report state that only c. 15% of women have access to contraceptives in New Dehli, India,...

December 22nd, 1987: United Nations Security Council attempted to pass Resolution #605, with near-unanimous support, save for the veto-wielding US (and its very few remaining allies/puppets in the UNSC) condemning policies in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States regarding the rights of "aboriginal peoples" in San Francisco, California...

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January 12th, 1988: Total Eclipse (NBC-TV) is honored as one of the "most influential series of the genre" in TIME magazine....

January 15th, 1988: Earth in Upheaval (NBC-TV) television special hosted by Doctor Michael Smith is aired, linking current environmental conditions and disasters as proof of "Historical Catastrophism"....

February 13th 1988-Opeaning ceremonies for the XV Winter Olympics are held in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

February 14th, 1988: Soldier of Fortune (SOF) Inc., is sued in federal court in New Orleans, Louisiana in a class action wrongful death suit...

March 1st, 1988: Wuling Corporation announces the manufacture of its cars in Larkspur, California fueling tensions between the United States and China...

March 7th, 1988: Chinese President Lee Teng-hui orders a military crackdown against pro-democracy protesters in Beijing, sparking international condemnation....

March 10th, 1988: Singer Damien Cooper dies of a heart attack brought on by years of alcohol and drug abuse in Honolulu, Hawaii...

April 12th, 1988: Columbia Riots; Race riots erupt inn Columbia, South Carolina after state officials announce the display of the Confederate Flag in Columbia, South Carolina....

April 25th, 1988: Martin Luther King Jr., is visited by the media while imprisoned in Birmingham, Alabama, sparking international attention and concern....

May 24th, 1988: C.M. Tanner and C.G. Goetz develops neural implants for treatment of Parkinson's disease at Saint Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, sparking national attention...

June 21st, 1988: Samantha Grey makes her debut on the series Total Eclipse (NBC-TV) , considered one of the longest running continuous roles on television...

July 1st, 1988: Racial tensions erupt at the Citadel, the premiere military academy in South Carolina, after white and black students clash, after the flag of the Confederacy is flown over the military academy. Also on this day, The Truth About Embalse by John C. Campbell, details the dangers posed by the nuclear power plant, and the attempts by government officials to coverup the situation by President Reynaldo Bignone,....

July 18th-21st, 1988: Democratic National Convention is held in Monterey, California with David Brower, Ernest Callenbach, Fritjof Capra, Bill Devall, Patricia Ellsberg, Harold Gilliam, Susan Griffin, Joanna Macy, Jerry Mander, Charlene Spretnak, Starhawk, and Brian Swimme...

August 15th, 1988: "M&J" album by French singer Vanessa Paradis, makes its hit debut with hit singles "Joe le Taxi" and "Scarabée"...

September 6th, 1988: "Out With the Girls" album by Two-Mix makes its hit musical debut in New York City, New York...

September 11th 1988- US Space Command announces it will send up the Freedom Space Station, the worlds 1st military base in Earth's orbit, sparking much outcry from the Soviets and the rest of the world*

September 13th, 1988: Salaam Bombay! Bollywood film directed by Mira Nair makes its hit debut...

September 17th 1988-Opening ceremonies of the XXIV Olympics are held in Seoul.

September 18th. 1988: Socialdemokraterna wins the election again and Olof Palme gets re-elected.

September 19th, 1988: Mr. Fuji's announces "All-Night Service" of Japanese food at its various franchise chains in Ventura, California....

October 6th, 1988: Pope John Paul II sparks international controversy after proclaiming the blood supply of New York City, New York "grossly contaminated" by AIDS/HIV....

October 11th, 1988: Wally George states,"Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream of society..." during a television broadcast of The Hot Seat in Los Angeles, California...

October 12th, 1988: African National Congress (ANC) President Nelson Mandela reportedly dies of tuberculosis while imprisoned at Robben Island, South Africa, fueling international outrage and concern....

October 24th, 1988: Palestinian officials led by Yasser Arafat present the Ramallah Report before the United Nations General Assembly detailing the "long string of human rights violations by Israel against the Palestinian people...."

November 9th, 1988: Pulse Pounders film starring Helen Hunt, Jeffrey Combs, and Richard Moll makes its hit debut...

November 12th, 1988: "November Rain, Interrupted" by the band Bleach makes its hit debut, becoming one of the great love ballads of the 1980s..

November 15th, 1988: Palestinian President Mahmoud Darwish demands the immediate withdrawal of Israeli forces from Palestine, calling it a violation of national sovereignty...

December 24th-26th, 1988: Nanjing Riots; Anti-foreigner riots erupt in Nanjing, China, sparking international attention and concern....

December 30th 1988- The Soviet Union secretly starts construction of a small flotilla of Spaceplanes....

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February 13th, 1989: Riyadh Proclamation; Rashad Khalifa and Juhayman al-Otaybi proclaim the rise of a "Second Golden Age of Islam", declaring war on the "Great Satan" of the United States and Soviet Union...

March 6th, 1989: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet") proclaims a massive stock market crash during a sermon in Virginia Beach, Virginia....

March 11, 1989: A catastrophic nuclear accident happens in the Wyhl NPP in Germany, which got built after massive demonstrations in 1975/76 were cracked down upon rather brutally. This gives the anti-nuclear power movement in Germany new fuel. Also on this day, Kuomintang officials imposed martial law in Tibet to quell separatist unrest following the worst there violence in 30 years, sparking international condemnation from human rights organizations....

April 1st, 1989: First particpant in the Japanese Holocaust Memorial Service takes place in Osaka, Japan, sparking international attention...

April 2, 1989: West Austria takes it's only nuclear power plant, St. Leon, off the grid.

April 7th, 1989: Francis Engardio warns the recent mergers and bankruptcies of several communications firms are signs of the upcoming "End Times" during a sermon in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Also on this day, A mass demonstration in East Vienna to take the Zwentendorf NPP off the grid and inspect it is brutally crushed by Simi (Sicherheitsministerium, =Stasi), police and army troops.

May 20th 1989- Former Titan Studios artist and writer duo Grace Jones and Robin Perry start work on a new animated series called Evangelion.

June 12th, 1989: Amidst rumors of infighting and clashes within the group , the Brown 5 perform their farewell concert in Drury Lane, London, England, sparking international attention...

June 29th, 1989: Argentinean Embalse Memorial Museum is opened amidst great ceremony in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking concerns about the environment....

July 6th, 1989: United Nations Security Council attempted to pass Resolution #636 with near-unanimous support, save for the veto-wielding US (and its very few remaining allies/puppets in the UNSC) condemning Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States over reports of military encampments around the reservations of "aboriginal peoples" in San Francisco, California....

July 13th, 1989: Palestinian officials led by Yasser Arafat call for the establishment of hearings regarding issue of violence along the Israeli/ Palestinian border, during a press conference in San Francisco, California....

July 31st, 1989: Mecca Riots; Egyptian and Arabian pilgrims clash with Egyptian pilgrims in Mecca, claiming that they are "puppets of the Great Satan.." resulting in 425 deaths...

August 1st, 1989: Iranians attack the Egyptian and Arabian embassies in Tehran, demanding military action against the two countries after religious riots in Mecca,...

August 2nd, 1989: c. 1,000,000 people gather in Tehran demanding action against the nations of Egypt and the Islamic Republic of Arabia, sparking tensions within the region....

August 18th, 1989: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate leader Park Chung-hee launches "total and absolute war" against the government in Seoul, Korea, sparking international attention....

August 25th, 1989: Iranian government officials denounce the Islamic Republic of Arabia as a "gang of thieves and hooligans", sparking rumors of military strikes against Arabia's holy sites and oil fields....

September 13th, 1989: Scandal erupts when it is revealed that Marshall Nash, son-in-law to Oral Roberts has embezzled c. $25.1 million in construction funds for the 900-foot statue of Jesus Christ in Tulsa, Oklahoma...

September 19th, 1989: "Makin' Some Holiday Spirit" album by Chisa Yokoyama makes its hit debut in time for the Christmas holiday season...

October 5th, 1989: The Dalai Lama, the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet, was named winner of the Nobel Peace Prize despite Chinese and American political pressure to paint the leader as a cult leader and terrorist...

October 6th, 1989: Old Gringo starring Jane Fonda, Gregory Peck, and Jimmy Smits, makes its hit debut....

October 7th, 1989: "Nice to meet you(I will beat)" by the band Bleach makes its hit debut, becoming an anthem for sports events...

October 18th, 1989: Cartagena Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

October 28th, 1989: San Francisco Giants led by Matt Williams win the World Series at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California....

December 3rd, 1989: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate leader Park Chung-hee is named the largest foreign investor in China, sparking international attention and concern,....

December 17th, 1989: Evangelion science fiction series makes its hit debut on ABC-TV, with a cast of unknown actors....


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January 31st, 1990: Egyptian leader Rashad Khalifa survives an assassination attempt by Wadih el-Hage in Cairo, sparking anti-American sentiment throughout the Middle East...

February 25th, 1990: Actor Matt Wilson makes his debut as the recurring villian "Omega" on the series Evangelion (ABC-TV)...

April 15th, 1990: Chaos erupts as members of the Japanese Diet report cases of botulism, Aum Shirinkyo takes credit for the attack in Tokyo, Japan...

April 22nd, 1990: General Gideon Gwaza Orkar overthrows the government in Lagos, Nigeria in a military coup....

April 23rd, 1990: Kai Lok Chan proclaims the rise of an apocalypse during religious rallies in Singapore, China....

May 22nd, 1990: Jean-Louis Gassée establishes "BeOs", world's leading computer operating system in Paris, France, sparking international attention....

June 8th 1990- Yugoslavia hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 18th, 1990: "Variations sur le męme t'aime" album by French singer Vanessa Paradis makes its hit debut with hit singles "Tandem" and "Dis-lui toi que je t'aime".

June 19th, 1990: Ivan Polozkov is named Premier of the Soviet Union by the Politburo in Moscow, sparking international attention....

July 8th 1990- Italy beats Argentina 3-2 to win the FIFA World Cup.

September 22nd, 1990: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet") begins construction of Pacific Coast University in Duarte, California....

September 25th, 1990: The political drama The District premiers on ABC-TV. It is about the lives and jobs of DC insiders from The Congress, to the White House, Pentagon and everywhere in between. The show's cast includes Harry Hamlin as Congressman Daniel Woolton (R-GA), Susan Dey as Senator Clementine Faulkner (D-NM), Corbin Bernsen as Defense Secretary Davis Clayton, and Jimmy Smits as Lobbyist Roberto Sanchez. The show is known for its massive cast and the frst season deals with an unseen fictional Democratic President planning a military intervention in a fictional South American nation.

November 11th, 1990: Doctor Riots; Riots erupt in Mumbai, India as protesters proclaim doctors at local medical schools "manpower for sterilization", sparking civil unrest nationwide...

December 3rd, 1990: Carel Boshoff, leader of the Orania movement, proclaims defiance against international calls for an end to the apartheid government during a rally in Karoo, South Africa....

December 13th, 1990: "Fan the Flame" album by British band Dead or Alive makes its hit international debut in London, England...

December 22nd, 1990: United States Asian Holocaust Memorial Museum is openned on the National Mall in Washington D.C.,...

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January 1st, 1991: In an effort to fuel peace efforts in the Western Hemisphere, Argentina's President Carlos Menem vows to exhange a list of nuclear weapons facilities with the United States, in a sign of good faith....

January 5th, 1991: "SHUT" by the band Bleach makes its hit debut, amidst rumors of AIDS/HIV from singer Lewis Perry....

January 14th, 1991: Oral Roberts proclaims during his television broadcast in Tulsa, Oklahoma, "You say you're supposed to be nice to the Episcopalians and the Presbyterians and the Methodists and this, that, and the other thing. Nonsense. I don't have to be nice to the spirit of the Antichrist..."

February 12th, 1991: "Lettin' Go of the Wheel" album by Two-Mix signals trouble, while highly profitable, many critics claim they are "tired of the style". Also on this day, Time Magazine hails Don Bluth as the “Godfather of modern western animation” calling the work that has spawned from Titian Studios and its sibling independent studios “as the start of the new animation renaissance that started with Evangelion

April 11th, 1991: Ahmed Chalabi overthrows the Baathist government in Baghdad, Iraq during a CIA-backed coup, sparking anti-American sentiment and civil unrest throughout the Middle East...

May 1st, 1991: The Period of National Mobilization for Suppression of the Communist Rebellion is formally ended in Nanjing, China...

June 7th, 1991: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania declares bankruptcy, sparking international attention and concern....

June 18th, 1991: A political hotline is established between the United States and Argentina, in an effort to prevent a nuclear crisis within the Western Hemisphere, sparking international attention and concern...

June 29th, 1991: "Bubble Bath Babes" (Nintendo) (TDD) game makes its worldwide debut, sparking international attention and controversy....

July 6th, 1991: Underground broadcaster Allan Weiner is arrested in Long Island, New York for illegal radio broadcasts....

July 24th, 1991: IRS and FBI agents begin investigations into the construction of the 900-foot statue of Jesus Christ of Nazareth in Tulsa, Oklahoma, proclaiming a "political witch hunt against Christians"...

July 26th 1991- FBI and IRS agents with warrants to search Marshall Nash's home are meet by a large crowd of Reverend Roberts supporters. The dear Reverend himself shows up proclaiming "this is just another witch hunt against us good hard working honest Christians! And by who ? Communist sympathisers ? Queer lovers ? Trash that's who!" This only helps fuel tension as local police arrive to disperse the crowd. The powderceg blows and a riot brakes out. It takes several hours to put down the riot. By that time the IRS agents find that Nash's home has already been cleared out....

August 1st 1991- Roberts goes on telvesion "What does the government want ? A war?..."

August 2nd 1991 Roberts most devout start to arm themselves and build fortifications around Roberts property in what the media dubs the 'Tusla Commue'

August 9th, 1991: Battle of Ventersdorp; Members of Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging assassinate President F.W. de Klerk claiming he is a "race traitor" in Ventersdorp, South Africa...

September 10th 1991- Arabian fighter jets start to argessivly patrol the Persian Gulf, harassing Iranian Oil Tankers. The Iranian Airforce replies in kind. Tension is thick...

October 3rd, 1991: Argentinean President Carlos Menem calls for 3-Party talks betweenthe United States, Brazil and Argentina, regarding the security of the Western Hemisphere, sparking international attention...

October 18th, 1991: Ahmad Ibrahim al-Sayyid al-Naggar is implicated in the bombing of a Thames River ferry in London, England, killing 14 people. Also on this day, "Hot Slots" (Nintendo) (TDD) game makes its worldwide debut, despite calls for its ban by feminist groups and religious groups...

November 21st, 1991: "Sakura Palace Express" opens its first franchise in San Francisco, California, in an effort to fuel the market demand for cuisine from Japan....

November 23rd, 1991: New York Crusade; Oral Roberts proclaims,"The world is a debacle of sin.." during a speech at Yankee Stadium in New York City, New York...

December 7th, 1991: Wally George states,"Too many whites are getting away with drug use...Too many whites are getting away with drug sales...The answer is to go out and find the ones who are getting away with it, convict them and send them up the river, too..." during his television broadcast of The Hot Seat in Los Angeles, California....

December 18th, 1991: Oral Roberts proclaims,"Do not be deceived by the changes in Russia... Their master plan is in motion!" during his television broadcast in Tulsa, Oklahoma....

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January 1st, 1992: Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa announces that there will be "no more apologies" to China from Japan, during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan...

January 27th, 1992: Evangelion (ABC-TV) is credited with hampering conservative Republican presidential efforts with the episode "Founding Fathers"...

February 8th 1992-Opeaning ceremonies for the XVI Winter Olympics are held in Sofia, Bulgaria.

February 10th, 1992: Chisa Yokoyama files lawsuit in federal court over defamation over claims of "lip-synching", sparking controversy through the music world....

March 12th 1992- Due to it's "Cold War" with Iran, Arabia uses it's oil exports to trade with modern French and Russian weapons.

March 17th, 1992: MP Clive Derby-Lewis is elected Prime Minister, proclaiming that as a "moderate candidate" that he will oppose "international bullying" by the United Nations....

April 4th, 1992: Mr. Fuji's partners with Coca-Cola Corporation in Atlanta, Georgia in competition against Sakura Palace...

April 6th, 1992: Jean-Louis Gassée establishes "BeOs 2.0", the world's leading computer operating system in Paris, France, sparking international attention....

April 19th, 1992: The District (ABC-TV) goes to the DNC in the second season plot for the reelection of several characters and everyone is shocked to discover that the fictional President on the show is played by the famous actor Michael Douglas.

May 1st, 1992: French singer Vanessa Paradis launches her "Gotta Have It" American concert tour in New York City, New York...

May 16th, 1992: Actress Tori Spelling undergoes trepanation surgery, "receiving enlightenment" in Beverly Hills, California....

May 20th, 1992: Singer/actress Cher undergoes trepanation surgery in Los Angeles, California...

May 22nd 1992- The Freedom Space Station, armed with Buffalo Anti-Ballistic Missles and the 'LightingBolt' high energy laser is completed.

June 18th, 1992: Oral Roberts proclaims that Soviet overtures of peace are a "false impression", during his television broadcast in Tulsa, Oklahoma...

July 1st, 1992: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet" proclaims that a new "American root race" is being formed, during a sermon in Pasadena, California...

July 12th 1992: A American-Soviet co-production occurs for the epic film Continental Divide. It stars Jeff Goldblum, Konstantin Khabensky, Zhanna Friske and Lawrence Fishburne Made by the Paramount and Mosfilm film companies.

July 13th, 1992: Doctor Kanatjan Alibekov defects to the United States, after revealing that the Soviet Biopreparat, has perfected "assassin viruses" after experiments in Sverdlodsk, USSR....

July 25th 1992- Opening ceremonies of XXV Olympics are held in Belgrade.

August 9th, 1992: Ares Security Incorporated (ASI) is charged with 17 counts of arms smuggling and ordered to pay $49.5 million in fines to the federal government in Washington D.C.,....

August 15th, 1992: Oral Roberts proclaims that “Unless the world's peoples make a fast turnaround from their present path of destruction, they will receive a despot”, during his television broadcast in Tulsa, Oklahoma...

August 19th, 1992: Soldier of Fortune (SOF) Inc. is held liable for the actions of its mercenaries after a class action lawsuit in Atlanta, Georgia, sparking national attention and concern....

September 2nd-3rd, 1992: Luande Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Luande, Angola, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 8th, 1992: "America's Least Wanted" rock album by Ugly Kid Joe makes its hit debut with hit singles "Busy Bee" and "Cat's In The Cradle"...

October 3rd, 1992: Germany formally leaves the European Economic Community, amidst calls to join Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON), sparking internatonal attention...

October 6th, 1992: Oral Roberts proclaims,"The Antichrist is about to emerge..." during his television broadcast in Tulsa, Oklahoma...

October 14th, 1992: Tensions mount as Chinese military forces seize control of Tarabarov Island (Yinlong Island) and Bolshoy Ussuriysky Island (Heixiazi Island), near Khabarovsk...

November 3rd, 1992: The Prime time American political drama The District (ABC-TV) has one of it's highest rated events; "The Death of a President". Fictional President Frank Martindale dies. This is in part to the scheduling of the actor who plays the president, Michael Douglas. The New president is Corbin Bernsen former Defense Secretary and Vice Presidential candidate Davis Clayton.

November 8th, 1992: Soviet Premier Ivan Polozkov announces a nuclear cooperation agreement with Indonesia, during a conference in Jakarta, sparking international attention...

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January 31st, 1993: NFL Seattle Seahawks led by Coach Tom Flores win Super Bowl XXVII in Pasadena, California, sparking national attention

February 11th, 1993: Ivan Polozkov dies mysteriously from a heart attack at his dacha in Tblisi, Georgia, sparking international attention and concern...

February 14th, 1993: Gennady Zyuganov is named Soviet Premier before the Politburo in Moscow, amidst concerns of policy direction....

March 24th, 1993: Despite American diplomatic and political pressure, the Argentine Senate unanimously rejects efforts to reduce its strategic nuclear weapons program...

April 9th, 1993: Military coup in Mogadishu, Somalia overthrows Mohamed Farrah Aidid, backed by the CIA, amidst heavy anti-American sentiment in the region....

April 12th, 1993: Prince Naruhito collapses and dies due to a deadly strain of typhus during his wedding to Masako Owada, evidence point to members of Aum Shirinkyo, in Tokyo, Japan...

April 17th, 1993: Fortune magazine reports Soviet investments grew at an annual rate of 60%, GDP peaked at over 15%...

April 29th- May 13th, 1993: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov is published and distributed by anti-Semitic Pamyat organizations throughout the Soviet Union, in opposition to the United Nations,...

May 11th-13th, 1993: Argentina conducts two nuclear weapons tests at Arroyito, Argetina, sparking international attention and concern for the region....

May 28th, 1993: Argentina conducts five nuclear weapons tests at Atucha II. Argentina's Foreign Ministry proclaims "Argentina's Finest Hour" during a televised broadcast over state television....

May 30th, 1993: Argentina detonates a nuclear test at San Carlos de Bariloche, sparking international attention and concern....

June 3rd, 1993: White House officials that the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports will be an official branch of the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington D.C.,...

June 28th, 1993: Final meeting of the European Economic Community occurs in Brussels, Belgium, amidst concerns of civil unrest and financial instability...

July 7th, 1993: Claude Vorilhon sparks religious riots in Montreal, Quebec after condemning religious pluralism as a "recipe for disaster and an invitation for sinners"....

July 25th, 1993: New Age followers across the globe led by Virginia Essene and Sheldon Nidle, proclaim the planet's entry into the "Photon Belt", proclaiming messages from "Sirians"...

July 31st, 1993:"Sexting" the process whereby youth send sexually explicit images to each other via the Interweb is first disclosed in Great Britain, Canada, and eventually the United States....

August 4th, 1993: City of Glasgow, Scotland issues a proclamation honoring the work of Martin Luther King Jr., sparking interational attention and concern...

August 9th, 1993: Actress Melanie Griffith undergoes trepanation surgery in Los Angeles, California, proclaiming its ability of enlightenment....

August 14th, 1993: Pope John Paul II is briefed on the problem of AIDS/HIV infection rates within the priesthood, during a visit to Denver, Colorado...

August 27th, 1993: Indian leaders proclaim the economic success, as proof of their population policy in a report by the New York Times, sparking international attention and concern...

September 26th 1993: The primary story of The District (ABC-TV) this season is the set up for a major diplomatic deal with the Soviet Union. Later in the season the fictional Soviet President is played by noted Soviet television actor Eduard Khil.

October 5th, 1993: Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov launches a series of underground nuclear tests, in defiance of the United States and Western European leaders....

October 29th, 1993: Mai, the Psychic Girl musical directed by Tim Burton, based on the Japanese manga flops at the box office....

November 22nd 1993- A Greek oil tanker leaving Iran's Kharg Oil Termial is sunk after being hit by a Arabian Exocet missile.

December 18th, 1993: Chick Corea is arrested in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany for possession of Revolt in the Stars memoribilia...

December 20th 1993: Reporter Maury Povich, NBC-TV, exposes medical complications and links to cancer linked to trepanation procedures, in New York City, New York, sparking international attention...


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January 25th, 1994: "Losing the Cherry" album by Two-Mix flops as an album, despite promises of an "edgier and risqué style"...

February 12th 1994-Opeaning ceremonies for the XVII Winter Olympics are held in Anchorage, USA.

February 16th, 1994: Mexican EZLN guerillas execute General Absalín Castellanos to Ruiz and Camacho at Guadalupe Tepeyac, fueling tensions nationwide....

Febuary 26th 1994- A British oil tanker leaving Iran's Kharg Oil Termial is sunk after being hit by a Arabian Exocet missile.

March 1st, 1994: MP Constand Viljoen, meets with Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB)regarding a power-sharing agreement in Cape Town, South Africa...

March 11th, 1994: Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) overthrows the government in Johannesburg, South Africa, sparking international condemnation....

March 22nd, 1994: Brian Setzer Orchestra revives the "swing jazz" craze with the debut of their "Brian Setzer Orchestra" album in Los Angeles, California...

April 4th, 1994: Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari calls for American "military advisors" during a televised address in Mexico City, Mexico...

April 10th, 1994: EZLN guerillas bomb several sites in Mexico City, Mexico fueling civil unrest and panic across the country....

April 15th, 1994: Museum of Chinese Heritage, in remembrance of the Asian Holocaust, is dedicated in San Francisco, California...

May 5th, 1994: After heavy lobbying by the industry, price control proposals regarding "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) are abandoned in Washington D.C.,...

May 7th, 1994: Mumia Abu Jamal launches a series of radio broadcasts condemning the lack of civil rights legislation passed by the United States government in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...

May 8th, 1994: Euzko Alderdi Jeltzalea (EAJ) guerillas led by Xabier Arzalluz, proclaim Basque secession in Bilbao, Spain, sparking international attention...

May 18th 1994: The Soviet television network plans on doing a Soviet version of The District (ABC-TV).

May 29th, 1994: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) establishes the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to provide financial support to Western countries is signed in Warsaw, Poland.

June 5th 1994- Two Arabian Dassult Mirage F1EQ fighter jets are shoot down by Iranian F-14A Tomcat jets.

June 10th, 1994: Bloque Nacionalista Galego (BNG) guerillas led by announce Galician secession in Santiago de Compostela, sparking international attention and concern....

June 12th, 1994: Thomas A. Kent, Director of the Veterans' Affairs Medical Center in Houston, Texas, develops neural implants for the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for police and military veterans, sparking international attention...

June 15th, 1994: Fred Phelps is elected head of the Southern Baptist Convention, during their annual convention in Montgomery, Alabama, sparking international attention...

June 17th 1994- Brazil hosts the FIFA World Cup.

July 12th, 1994: Dow-Corning releases 329 studies to the FDA regarding the issue of trepanation, sparking concern in Washington D.C.,...

July 17th 1994- Bulgaria beats Sweden 6-4 to win the FIFA World Cup.

August 5th, 1994: Who Am I to You...? Bollywod-inspired film starring Luke Perry, Brian Austin Green and Madhuri Dixit, makes its hit debut featuring interracial relationships...

August 8th, 1994: Science fiction fans attack the German government for its policies banning Revolt in the Stars films and memoribilia....

August 21st, 1994: Under the cloud of controversy and amidst reports of massive voter fraud, Carlos Salinas de Gortari is re-elected in presidential elections...

September 19th, 1994: The Soviet Version of the District premiers. It is called The Kremlin. It stars Eduard Khil as Soviet President Stanislav Namarov, Leonid Kuravlyov as Defense Minister Marshal Yuri Milenkof, Vladimir Mashkov as Feyodor Padorin an new member of the Supreme Soviet, and Natalya Bondarchuk as Anastasia Resin Mayor of Moscow. The program deals in controlversial subjects that are allowed in Soviet TV. The first season is about the power struggle between the KGB and the Soviet President.

September 21st, 1994: Jean-Louis Gassée establishes "BeOs 5.0", the world's leading computer operating system in Paris, France, sparking international attention....

October 12th, 1994: The Primevals film directed by David Allen, starring Juliet Mills and Richard Joseph Paul, makes its hit debut....

November 7th 1994- Facist militla massarce hundrerds of political and rebel prisoners across Spain.

November 9th, 1994: Gustavo de Arístegui warns that Muslim are serving as "terrorist" recruits, during a rally in Madrid, Spain....

November 25th, 1994: Jorge Hernández, lead singer for Los Tigres del Norte, is killed by drug cartels in Sinaloa, Mexico. Also on this day, Rosa María Rodríguez Magda leads anti-Muslim rally in Madrid, Spain, warning that "Muslims threaten democracy.."

November 28th, 1994: Catalonian rebels under the banner of Convergčncia i Unió led by Josep Antoni Duran announce their secession in Barcelona, Spain...

December 1st, 1994: Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari warns that the Mexican government has been drawn into a civil war, with the Zapatistas and the drug cartels, dividing the country into three portions....

December 5th 1994: The massive Christmas film Jack Frost is released. It stars Bruce Willis, Oleg Rudnik, and Irina Yakunina and is co-directed by Yuri Zeltser and Peter Hyams...

December 6th, 1994: Orange County, California declares bankruptcy forcing the deployment of the National Guard into the region, sparking national attention and concern....

December 9th, 1994: Conversations With Vincent documentary by Tim Burton based on the life of actor Vincent Price makes its hit debut....

December 10th, 1994: Soviet steel making capacity is 11% of the world total. By 2006 it reaches 25%...

December 11th, 1994: La Familia Michoacana cartel declares war on the Mexican federal government in Michoacán, Mexico...

December 18th, 1994: Spanish government forces begin rounding up Muslims in Granada as "suspected terrorists", sparking international condemnation and concern,....

December 19th, 1994:the Zapatistas declare autonomy for 76 indigenous municipalities, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide....

December 29th, 1994: Cordoba Riots; Bishop Juan José Asenjo launches sectarian riots against Muslims in Cordoba, Spain....

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January 5th, 1995: Al-Andalus Riots; Bishop Ricardo Blazquez sparks sectarian riots in Cordoba, Seville and Granada against Muslim residents, proclaiming that they are attempting to establish the Muslim state of "Al Andalus".....

January 6th 1995- NATO airlifts humantutian aid into besieged rebel enclaves in Spain*

January 19th, 1995: Wally George sparks national controversy after stating,"The latest NFL games look like a fight between the Crips and the Bloods..." during a television broadcast of The Hot Seat. Also on this day, The National Security Revitalization Act is introduced in the House of Representatives by Ron Paul (R-TX) calling for the withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations, sparking national attention in Washington D.C.,...

Feburary 3rd 1995- A Italian helicopter carrying bread is shoot down by a missle over Madrid.*

February 9th, 1995: Mexican federal troops mount a massive invasion of Zapatista territory, implementing a strategy of low-intensity warfare (civilian-targeted warfare). The army displaces 20,000 campesinos, destroys Aguascalientes and occupy much of the region.

February 10th, 1995: Argentinean President Carlos Menem announces that it will join the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), but it will not sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty during a press conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina....

February 14th, 1995: Health Secretary David Kessler calls for a voluntary moratorium on trepanation procedures, during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

March 15th, 1995: Spanish leaders led by President Antonio Tejero proclaim "Spain is no more!" during a televised address in Madrid....

March 17th, 1995: Chinese ambassador Zhenli Ye Gon is brutally murdered in Mexico City, Mexico, fueling panic across the region....

March 21st, 1995: Sakura Palace begins "co-branding" with Kentucky Fried Chicken in Clayton, North Carolina....

April 4th, 1995: "Thank You" album by Duran Duran makes its hit debut in London, England, sparking international attention.....

April 14th-16th, 1995: Student riots erupt at the University of South Carolina over the display of the Confederate flag in Columbia, South Carolina.....

May 16th, 1995: 25th Anniversary special is aired on NBC-TV, featuring artists including New Edition, Wonderful Jacks and Brown 5...

June 26th, 1995: "Menace to Sobriety" rock album by Ugly Kid Joe, makes its hit debut with hit singles "Tomorrow's World" and "Milkman's Son"...

July 11th, 1995: Indonesian government announces its "one child policy" during a press conference in Jakarta, sparking international attention and controversy....

August 9th, 1995: The Director of the KGB says the struggle between the President and the KGB is fictionalized in The Kremlin and such struggle is not real. It is though with the current government.

August 24th, 1995: Jean-Louis Gassée establishes "BeOs '95", the world's leading computer operating system in Paris, France, sparking international attention....

August 29th, 1995: Interior Minister Eduard Shevardnadze is assassinated by Georgian nationalist guerillas led by Jaba Ioseliani in Tblisi, Georgia SSR....

August 30th-September 15th, 1995: Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov hosts the United Nations Conference on Women in Moscow, highlighting the egalitarian values of "socialist democracy"....

October 2nd 1995- NATO impose a 'No Fly Zone' over Spain for militray aircraft.*

October 13th, 1995: The Scarlet Letter starring Demi Moore and Gary Oldman, makes its hit adaptation of the classic novel...

October 20th, 1995: The Brave Will Take A Bride Bollywood-inspired film starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, directed by Aditya Chopra makes its hit debut....

November 2nd, 1995: Dressed to Kill by by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer, becomes a major bestseller, proclaiming a link between bras and breast cancer....

December 2nd, 1995: Tejano singer Selena Gomez is kidnapped, raped, tortured, and killed by cartel members in Sinaloa, Mexico, shocking fans in the United States and Mexico...

December 6th 1995- With the recent clashs with Arabia, Iran trades oil with America to buy 70 F-15A Eagle jets along side it's current F-14A Tomcats and F-4E Phantoms.

December 7th, 1995: Toronto Sun reports that Canadian porn magnate Spencer West was arrested in Toronto, Ontario after evidence was sent to them via a series of e-mails by Tensa Zangestu from Tokyo, Japan....

December 11th, 1995: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) relaxes regulations, eliminating the establishment licensing application, which required a separate application to approve the manufacturing sites of new "Heisenberg"-based drugs....

December 29th, 1995: Battle of Playas de Rosarito; Cartel and Federal troops battle against each other in Playas de Rosarito, Baja California...

December 31st, 1995: 7,116 cases are filed up to this date against Dow Corning for medical complications and deaths related to trepanation procedures nationwide....

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January 14th, 1996: Tensa Zangestu launches a series of attacks against the Revolt in the Stars series by L. Ron Hubbard, burning VCR and DVD tapes in rallies in Tokyo, Japan....

January 21st, 1996: Tensa Zangestu launches a "War Against Revolt in the Stars" transmitting a manifesto across the Internet, sparking international attention and concern...

February 4th 1996- a flight of 4 F-16 of the USAF engage 4 Mirage F1 of the Spainish Air Force near the Portguse border, shooting one down.

February 9th, 1996: Roman Catholic Church officials voice their concern over the issue of female infanticide in Indonesia, citing the expanding "one-child policy program" in Jakarta, Indonesia....

March 15th, 1996: Tensa Zangestu holds rallies in Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Vancouver, Toronto, Berlin, and Dublin against Revolt in the Stars by L. Ron Hubbard, claiming a "propaganda campaign"...

March 18th, 1996: First peace proposal brokered by the European Union collapses during talks in Brussels, Belgium....

April 10th, 1996: Mufti Ikremah Sabri, issues a fatwa against the Israeli government in Ramallah, backed by the Islamic Republic of Arabia....

May 7th, 1996: With The District (ABC-TV) show runner Corbin Bernsin leaving the show after next season it is decided a new president will replace him on the show. Ultimately the show casts Jon Voigt as Texas Governor John Grimes to become part of the regular cast. Voigt in later seasons will counterpart his real life inspiration Alan Wolchott. Harry Hamlin's character becomes Voigt's Vice President in the show.

May 25th, 1996: Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov halts 18 days of miliary exercises in the Baltic Sea, after mounting concerns from Western European leaders....

May 31st, 1996: In a televised address, White House officials announce the deployment of American troops into Mexico, sparking tensions within the Chicano/Latino community....

June 6th, 1996: Premier Gennady Zyuganov refuses to conditionally ban the use of nuclear explosions for civilian projects embarassing American political leaders in Geneva,....

June 15th 1996- The 1st Soviet Spaceplane makes it's 1st appearance to the world after it 'skips' over the atmosphere above Alaska, alarming many in the west

June 17th, 1996: Neural Enhancement Act of 1996 is passed in Washington D.C., providing credit covers 5o% of the cost of clinical trials for neural enhancement drugs. Companies not yet profitable enough to pay taxes are allowed to take the tax credit at a later date....

June 24th, 1996: Justin C. Sanchez, University of Florida, announces the creation of neural implants to deal with sports injuies in Miami, Florida, sparking international attention,...

June 27th, 1996: TASS announces the mass execution of 2,738 alleged drug dealers in a televised address, sparking international condemnation...

July 17th, 1996: Mass graves are discovered by United Nations officials in Barclona, Spain, sparking civil unrest and violence....

July 19th 1996- Opening ceremonies of the XXVI Olympics are held in Melbourne.

July 27th, 1995: Right-wing political leader Takagi Masayuki is attacked outside his office in Tokyo, Japan by members of Tensa Zangestu....

July 29th, 1996: Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov threatens to leave the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, sparking international attention...

August 7th, 1996: Premier Gennady Zyuganov announces a seies of poitical and economic reforms during a televised address in Moscow...

August 11th, 1996: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet"), citing the scientific theories of Michael Smith proclaims that Earth is heading into a cycle of "Earth Changes" during a cermon in Virginia Beach, Virginia...

August 12th, 1996: During a campaign speech in Minnneapolis, Minnesota, Alan Walchott calls for a manned mission to Mars...

August 21st, 1996: France announces that it will be sending peace-keeping forces, during a televised address in Paris, sparking international attention...

August 26th-29th, 1996: Democratic National Convention is held in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Ralph Nader and Winona La Duke lead the convention, sparking international attention....

August 31st, 1996: Strategic Partnership for Cooperation on Sustainable Development is signed and approved by the nation-states of the Luande Conference, in Luande, Angola....

September 16th, 1996: Republican presidential candidate Alan Walchott survives an assassination attempt in Los Angeles by Junichi Kouchi, a member of the Japanese cult Tensa Zangestu...

September 19th, 1996: Polls reveal c. 66% of Spanish residents approve of anti-Muslim crackdowns, and that 91% of residents believe that Muslims are attempting to establish "Al-Andalus".....

September 26th, 1996: Chinese government officials announce a loosening of legal codes, in an effort to eliminate "bias against women" during a press conference in Nanjing, China....

October 8th, 1996: Pope John Paul II dies after his appendix bursts during a mass at the Vatican City, sparking a massive succession crisis....

October 12th, 1996: "Si Se Puede" March; Latino/Chicano leaders lead a march on Washington D.C., in opposition to U.S. military intervention and policies in Mexico, sparking international attention and concern...

October 22nd, 1996: Mexican cartel leader Jesús Zambada García proclaims control of Sinaloa, sparking international tensions and concern. Also on this day, "Motel California" rock album by Ugly Kid Joe, makes its hit debut with hit single "Rage Against the Answering Machine" and "It's A Lie"....

October 25th, 1996: Cardinal Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana is chosen as the new Pope, the first African Pope since 496 CE, dubbed as Pope Pius XIII

October 28th, 1996: Statue of Martin Luther King Jr. designed by Oliver Tambo, is established by the Greater London Council in London, England,,,,

November 5th, 1996: Alan Walchott is elected President of the United States despite concerns of election ballots in California, Ohio, Florida and Illinois....

November 14th, 1996: British and American society is shocked after British couple Amy Polard and David Pollard of Saint Austell, England divorce over alleged cybersex affair over the Interweb with Modesty McDonell of Little Rock, Arkansas...

November 21st, 1996: Noé Ramírez Mandujano, head of Mexico's Subprocuraduría de Investigación Especializada en Delincuencia Organizada (SIEDO), Mexico's organized crime task force is exposed as a traitor, feeding information for cash for the cartels. Also on this day, NATO aircraft bomb Zaragoza airbase.*

December 13th, 1996: Dinosaurs Attack! directed by Tim Burton, starring Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Danny DeVito, and Annette Benning...


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January 6th, 1997: Peace plan offered by the European Union and United Nations is rejected by all nationalist parties during meeting in Geneva, Sitzerland...

January 16th, 1997: Wally George proclaims President Alan Walchott, "an American hero" during his radio broadcast in Los Angeles, California...

January 19th, 1997: Vatican officials in Dublin, Ireland state that the policy of reporting AIDS/HIV infection and of cases o sexual abuse "gives rise to serious reservations of both a moral and canonical nature."

February 3rd-8th, 1997: Battle of Málaga; Spanish Fascist forces collapse against insurgent rebel forces in Málaga, Spain...

February 4th, 1997: U.S. Justice Department announces that it will begin prosecuting cases of "Sexting" as "trafficking of pornography" with criminals labelled "sexual offenders" in Washington D.C.,...

February 5th, 1997: Ghulja Massacre; Muslim guerillas clash against Kuomingtang government forces, killing 16 people, sparking international condemnation and outrage...

February 8th, 1997: Soviet businessman Sergei Mikhailov establishes the offices of Solntsevskaya Bratva (SB) in New York City, New York....

February 9th, 1997: Evangelion (ABC-TV)becomes the longest running American science-fiction series...

February 20th, 1997: President Alan Walchott warns of the dangers of "new pornographers" citing the rise in "Sexting" during a speech in Orange County, California...

February 20th-25th, 1997: Kuala Lumpur Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

March 15th, 1997: WHO/CDC officials report a major upswing in female infanticide in Indonesia, during a press conference in San Francisco, California...

March 23rd, 1997: Richard Michael Schiller, a.k.a. "Eliyehowa" launches "chain-mail suicides" as c.42 known cases of people committing suicide over the passage of the Hale-Bopp Coment across the United States.....

March 24th, 1997: Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov meets with American President Alan Walchott in Moscow, the highest level visit since 1989...

April 4th 1997- NATO aircraft attack *anti-air defences across Spain.*

April 26th, 1997: Siege of Guernica; Spanish Fascist forces launch a siege of Guernica, in an effort to crush Basque separtists...

May 5th, 1997: Palestinian authorities threaten to go war, stating "not one inch" of soil will be ceded to Israel, during a rally in Ramallah....

May 18th, 1997: Second Gwangju Uprising; Opposition leader Kim Dae-Jung launches anti-government protests against the government of President Sun Myung Moon, sparking anti-American sentiment in the region....

May 24th, 1997: Catalonian leader Roberto Hernando launches a brutal campaign against Muslims in Igualada, Catalonia....

June 5th 1997- NATO aircraft are forced to fly daily support missions to protect UN peacskeepers from coming under fire.

June 24th, 1997: Indonesian singer Anggun makes her international debut with her albun "Snow on the Sahara" in San Francisco, California...

June 26th, 1997: Communications Decency Act is signed into law by President Alan Walchott criminalizing the transmission of "obscene and indecent" materials over the Internet.....

July 6th, 1997: NAAC Atlantic Coast Conference announces that will move all of its conference games out of South Carolina, citing racial unrest....

July 9th 1997: PBS starts to show The Kremlin dubbed in English, it becomes popular on the network.

August 5th, 1997: Taxpayer Relief Act is signed by President Alan Walchott amidst partisan concerns of "tax breaks" for self-disclosed "special interests" during a Rose Garden ceremony in Washington D.C.,..

August 11th 1997- a Portguse F-16 is shot down by a SAM over Spain.

August 20th-29th, 1997: Peace talks collapse as the latest proposals by the European Union and NATO collapse in Brussels, Belgium....

September 4th, 1997: Dongfeng Corporation anounces that it will continue manufacturing cars for the United States and Western Europe, it will discontinue several lines due to commercial downturn....

September 9th, 1997: Soldier of Fortune (FOX-TV) hosted by Brad Johnson, reality TV series follows the lives and actions of real-life private security forces, becoming an instant ratings hit.....

September 17th-23rd 1997: Wiener-Neustadt Riots; Neo-Nazi skinheads terrorize residents of Wiender-Neustadt, East Austria, sparking tensions throughout Central Europe...

September 20th, 1997: Hawaii Five-O (CBS-TV) starring Gary Busey and Russell Wong makes its hit debut,...

October 5th 1997 : The massive HBO and CCCP-TV Miniseries Hunters begins it is about a American and Soviet agent having to work together to find and stop terrorists. The series frequently has fictional American and Soviet Government officials trying to stop the two. It stars Roy Scheider, John Lithgow, Vladimir Skomarovsky, and Saveliy Kramarov...

November 9th 1997- Socliasts Milita take 300 UN peacskeepers hostage in their barracks in Madrid.

November 12th 1997- NATO airstrikes destroy milita heavy weapons across Madrid.*

November 15th 1997- NATO airstrikes destroy Government positions around Seville.*

November 16th 1997- NATO airstrikes destroy ammo dumps around Grananda as the UN peacekkepers are release in Madrid.

December 4th, 1997: MP Ferdi Hartzenberg is brutally assassinated while touring Pretoria, South Africa, sparking civil unrest and panic...

December 10th, 1997: Wuling Corporation announces the production of hybrid-fuel cars during a press conference in Shanghai, sparking concerns over American automobile industry...

December 11th, 1997: WHO/CDC reports show that access to contracptives has expanded from 15% to c. 42% in less than 10 years, sparking controversy between the United States and India....

December 31st, 1997: 38,184 cases are filed against Dow-Corning over the issue of medical complications and deaths related to trepanations, sparking international attention and concern,....

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January 7th-9th, 1998: Anti-American sentiment rises to ts highest levels as a general strike organized by Cybernet activists is held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, sparking international attention and concern....

January 8th, 1998: German cult leader Heide Fittkau-Garthe leads 31 people to commit mass suicide in Tenerife, Canary Islands, sparking international attention and concern...

February 7th 1998-Opeaning ceremonies for the XVIII Winter Olympics are held in Nagano, Japan.

February 10th, 1998: Japanese cult Tensa Zangestu launches attacks against Australian government websites after MP Kevin Rudd proposes Internet restrictions....

February 18th, 1998: White Supremacist Larry Wayne Harris disperses a deadly strain of the anthrax virus targetting non-white persons into the ventilation system of the airport international terminal in Las Vegas, Nevada, killing 77 people, and injuring 485 people in the process...

February 23rd, 1998: U.S. Department of Defense officials announce at the Pentagon that South African nuclear weapons "pose a destabilizing influence over the region..."

February 24th, 1998: "Americana Deluxe" neo-swing album by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy makes its hit debut in Los Angeles, California....

March 8th, 1998: Karnataka Bombings; A doomsday cult from Karnataka, India launches a series of bombings in New Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta, et al. killing 212 people, proclaiming the return of "Lord Vishnu"....

March 25th, 1998: Reverend Lawrence Murphy of Milwaukee, Wisconsin dies of AIDS/HIV related infections, sparking international attention to the issue of AIDS/HIV rates amongst the priests...

April 24th, 1998: Linda Chang leads feminist protests in Nanjing, China, demanding greater "reproductive rights" and an end to the "one-child policy", sparking international attention....

May 4th-8th, 1998: Anti-Chinese Riots erupt in Jakarta, Indonesia as Communist leaders blame economic woes on ethnic Chinese....

May 4th, 1998: Papal Guard Alois Estermann leaks cases of sexual abuse and AIDS/HIV infection amongst the priesthood in a television interview in Rome, Ialy....

May 6th, 1998: Hostosian National Independence Movement Convention held in San Juan, is backed by the member states of the Kuala Lumpur Conference, calling for national independence for Puerto Rico...

May 28th, 1998: Islamic fundamentalist Ahmadi guerillas begin operations in Cordoba, Seville and Granada, threatening to overturn peace talks....

June 5th, 1998: South African Prime Minister Carel Boshoff proclaims the need to preserve the "purity of Afrikaaner culture" during a rally in Cape Town, South Africa....

June 10th 1998-Morocco hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 23rd, 1998: "The Dirty Boogie" album by the Brian Setzer Orchestra" album makes its hit debut in Los Angeles, California....

June 29th 1998- USS Cole starts patrolling the Persian Gulf to protect American oil tankers.

June 30th, 1998: c. 880,000 people are registered for a global legal settlement regarding trepanation, unfortunately only 140,000 people will be compensated under the court agreement....

July 3rd 1998- USS Cole is attacked by Arabian Mig-29s. While the Cole shoots down a Mig, a missile hits the Cole, killing 37 sailors.

July 4th 1998- Arabia apologies to America claiming their thought the Cole was a Iranian frigate threatening Arabian tankers. Although Arabia provides full compensation to the families of the sailors killed, the Arabian intention was all too clear...

July 12th 1998- The Netherlands beat Croatia 4-2 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 16th 1998- Because of the USS Cole attack, the US Navy orders the Nimitz Carrier Group to be redeployed to the Persian Gulf.

July 19th 1998- Iranian F-15A Eagles shoot down two Arabian Mig-29 Fulcrums.

July 23rd, 1998: Marty Durlin and Cathy Melio launch underground Internet broadcasts from Boulder, Colorado...

August 18th, 1998: United Nations officials uncover mass graves of Muslims in Andalusia's Alqueria de Rosales, Spain, fueling sectarian violence....

August 19th 1998- Two Arabian Su-22 Fitter fighters attack and are promptly destroyed by a pair of F/A-18 Hornets from the Nimitz.

August 22nd-24th, 1998: Telfs Riots; Neo-Nazi skinheads terrorize Tyrol region, attacking guestworker homes in Telfs, West Austria, sparking international condemnation and outrage...

August 24th 1998- The Nimitz are joined in the Gulf by Aircraft Carriers America, Saratoga and Coral Sea.*

When US Navy aircraft are attacked by SAM Sites, the navy responds by destroying the sites with air launched attacks.

This draws out elements of Arabian Navy. Two patrol boats and a corvette are destroyed by A-6 Intruders while a third patrol is destroyed by USS Yorktown by missile attack.*

August 30th 1998- NATO starts operation Deliberate Force, a mission to cripple the command, communication, fuel, ammo and heavy weapons against the warring factions in Spain.*

August 31st 1998- USN and RN vessals in the Mediterren launch cruise missles while Aircraft drop over 1000 bombs over the night. Also on this day, Reel-to-Reel Picture Show (CBS-TV) hosted by Bill Armstrong and Peter MArshall makes its hit television series debut....

September 4th, 1998: Arkady Volozh establishes "www.Yandex.su" as the leading search engine behind the Iron Curtain, as a means to speed up technological development in Moscow....

September 6th, 1998: It's A Miracle (CBS-TV) hosted by Roma Downey, Nia Peeples, and Billy Dean makes its hit television series debut...

September 5th 1998- A Arabian suicide bomber blows himself up at a Berlin disco, killing 13 US service man.

September 15th 1998- Operation 'El Dorado'- F-111 bombers and USN bombers attack military targets across Arabia. Army barracks and airfields are bombed heavily with no losses for the American. The Arabians loss six Il-76 bombers, 4 Mig-23 fighters and several helicopters and other aircraft.

September 16th 1998- The UN brings about a speedy cease-fits to the "war" in the Persian Gulf.

September 20th, 1998: Sergey Baburin condemns Premier Gennady Zyuganov's intervention in Western European affairs with regards to Spain...

October 25th, 1998: Christian Coalition leaders praise President Alan Walchott for his efforts to eliminate federal funding for Planned Parenthood) in a speech in Richmond, Virginia...

October 28th, 1998: Digital Milennium Copyright Act of 1995; After years of debate the U.S. Congress passes sweeping legislation prohibiting the copying and downloading of coprighted materials (e.g. music, video, et al.) at the behest of the entertainment and recording industry...

November 5th, 1998: Revelations of a sex scandal between William Danes and President Alan Walchott come to light in a video in Washington D.C.,...

November 12th, 1998: Nanjing Riots; Riots erupt in Nanjing, China as religious leaders call for an end to the "one-child policy" during a press conference in Nanjing, China, sparking international attention and concern....

November 28th, 1998: William Danes makes a final visit to the White House wherein he meets privately meets with President Alan Walchott, asking Danes to be "evasive" in terms of his responses...

December 13th, 1998: Attorney Janet Reno leaks tapes of conversations with William Danes in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in an effort to confirm her story of a relationship with President Alan Walchott....

December 21st 1998- US Space Command unravels their 1st Spaceplane to the world, the Lockheed TSF-1 'StarHawk'. By now the Soviets have a dozen or so armed Spaceplanes ready to go. However the StarHawk is lot more advanced then it's Soviet cousin, armed with it's own*Laser system while the Soviet Sukhoi Su-100 is only armed with kinetic missiles.

December 26th, 1998: President Alan Walchott testifies forcefully,"I did not have sexual relations with that man, or any other man...." in Washington D.C.,...

December 27th, 1998: First Lady Lydia Walchott claims a "vast left-wing conspiracy" during a television interview in Washington D.C.,...

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January 4th 1999- Two Hornets from the Aircraft Carrier Richard Nixon shot down a pair of Arabian Mig-23 after being threaten by hostile actions.

January 6th, 1999: Chinese HIV widow in Nakhon Nayok, Thailand disperses a airborne assassin virus based on the AIDS/HIV virus, killing 34 people in the process. WHO/CDC officials conclude that the virus has a lifespan of only 72 hours after dispersal. Also on this day, President Alan Walchott announces that he will not resign over the allegations against him, during a televised press conference in Washington D.C.,...

January 15th, 1999: Martin Luther King Jr. 70th B-Day Tribute is broadcast around the globe, with c. 1.2 billion viewers, sparking calls for his release from prison....

January 26th, 1999: Battle of Barcelona; Catalonian nationalist forces of Convergčncia i Unió led by Josep Antoni Duran proclaim the liberation of the city, sparking international attention.....

February 21st, 1999: Wuling Corporation announces the sale of over 200 million vehicles worldwide, during a press conference in Shanghai, China...

March 14th, 1999: Doctor Michael Smith theorizes that some of the lunar craters are proof of "electrical scaring" during a lecture on "Historical Catastrophism" in Washington D.C.,...

March 17th, 1999: Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) calls for the United States to withdraw from the United Nations, calling for passage of the American Sovereignty Restoration Act in Washington D.C.,....

March 25th, 1999: Members of the Red Army Faction (RAF) announce their plans to "aid the people of Spain..." during a rally in Berlin, Germany...

March 30th, 1999: Protests against NATO operations in Spain take place in major cities in Western Europe, the United States and Japan...

April 2nd, 1999: Japanese cult Tensa Zangestu launches attacks against the Sony Corporation in Tokyo, Japan targetting several video-game distribution hubs....

April 13th, 1999: President Alan Walchott and British PM Victoria Nng (Lib) clash over the issueof military aid to Spain, during a press conference in London, England...

April 21st, 1999: London Riots; anti-war protests against NATO operations in Spain erupt in violence after police crackdown in Trafalgar Square in London, England...

April 23rd, 1999: "De-Nuke NATO" rally held in Brussels, Belgium, condemning NATO military operations in Spain, outside NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium...

May 19th, 1999: Dark Genesis written and directed by L. Ron Hubbard makes its hit film debut,...

May 22nd, 1999: Roberto Hernando leads anti-Muslim rally in Joventuts Identŕries per Catalunya in Badalona, Catalonia....

May 28th-29th, 1999: Salzburg Firebombing; Neo Nazi skinheads firebomb housing projects for guestworkers in Salzburg, West Austria, fueling anti-Western sentiment in the region....

June 2nd, 1999: Prime Minister Carel Boshoff wins re-election, despite reports of elections fraud, and threats of voter intimidation in major portions of the country....

June 8th, 1999: Japanese cult Tensa Zangestu launches attacks on Indian government websites calling them a "corrupt dictatorship"

June 15th, 1999: Japanese cult Tensa Zangestu launches a series of bombings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia killing 18 people, signalling an escalation of violence...

June 17th, 1999: Theodore Berger, University of Southern California (USC) unveils neural implants of "artificial memories", as a means to treat Alzheimer's disease in Los Angeles, California....

June 23rd, 1999: U.S. Secret Service agents testify in the case against President Alan Walchott, sparking political controversy in Washington D.C.,...

June 26th, 1999: Soviet officials announce that they will be providing "humanitarian aid relief" to Spanish refugees, during a press conference in Madrid....

June 27th, 1999: Tensa Zangestu launches a terrorist attack against the Tokyo subway system, detonating chemical weapons, killing 94 commuters....

June 30th, 1999: As part of an immunity from prosecution agreement, William Danes submits several items of clothing, including a blue shirt which "contains DNA physical evidence of their relationship..."

July 6th, 1999: William Danes appears before the grand jury in Washington D.C., discussing his affair with President Walchott...

July 9th, 1999: Tehran Riots; Martial law is imposed by Shah Reza Pahlavi II after student protesters demand political reform....

July 17th, 1999: President Alan Walchott becomes the first sitting president to have to testify before the grand jury in Washington D.C., sparking national attention...

July 20th, 1999: Nedumaran launches an armed insurrection against the Indian government in Pazha, calling for an end to the "2000-year Sudra Holocaust"....

August 5th, 1999: Sheriff Joseph Arpaio is gravely wounded in Phoenix, Arizona after James Saville attempted to use a pipe bomb against him...

August 14th, 1999:Bless Me Father For I Have Sinned: Perspectives on Sexual Abuse Committed By Roman Catholic Priests by Thomas Plante, detailing the history of sexual abuse within the Vatican, becomes a major bestseller....

August 17th, 1999: Croatian nationalist guerillas hold bank hostage in Zadar, Croatia, threatening to unleash a weaponized "assassin virus" based on the AIDS/HIV virus, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide. Also on this day, Soviet KGB officials warn the United States of the possibility of suicide bombers targetting U.S. sites, sparking international attention....

August 20th, 1999: Marty Durlin and Cathy Melio launch underground Internet broadcasts in Bar Harbor, Maine.....

September 8th 1999: The HBO program Hunters begins set five years after the the miniseries the show has the two agents , now in charge of a US-Soviet anti-terror unit dealing with with the issues of such an agency and the plots they are up against. The first season deals with the fictional Vice President Daniel Conazzano played by Roy Scheider being targeted by assassination and then finding out the VP was behind the the whole plot to get himself elected president.

September 10th, 1999: French government officials led by Minister of Justice Elisabeth Guigou announce a ban on L. Ron Hubbard's Revolt in the Stars film franchise...

September 16th, 1999: Viktor Gonchar popularizes American blue jeans in Minsk as a symbol of underground youth rebellion, sparking international attention and concern....

September 17th, 1999: The Barber of Siberia Soviet film directed by Nikita Mikhailov and starring Oleg Menshikov and Julia Ormond, makes its hit film debut, with explicit Socialist messages and themes....

September 18th 1999- The 1st episode of American Samurai is shown on Cartoon Networks Adult Swim. A mixture of black comedy and violence it becomes a hit success with the voice talents of Mako Iwamatsu and Samuel L. Jackson.

September 22nd, 1999: U.S. State Department gives $43 million in foreign aid to the government of Yemen, despite concerns of human rights violations...

October 17th, 1999: Soviet troops unleash an "assassin virus", specific to ethnic Chechens, during fighting in Dagestan, sparking international condemnation and a flood of refugees throughout Eastern Europe and Central Asia...

October 19th, 1999: "This Beautiful Life" neo-swing album by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy makes its hit debut in Los Angeles, California....

October 25th, 1999: Monsignor Luigi Marinelli reveals evidence of rampant sexual abuse and AIDS/HIV coverups in a tell-all book, Via col Vento in Vaticano, fueling unrest within the Vatican....

October 28th, 1999: Korean anti-government Hyoo-go launch a series of brutal gun attacks in Seoul, killing 22 people while battling police forces....

November 2nd, 1999: Egyptian dictator Rashad Khalifa proclaims that a "great retribution" will be visited upon the leaders of the G-8 nations, during a televised address in Cairo, Egypt...

November 15th, 1999: "The Millenium Prayer" single by Cliff Richard makes its hit musical debut amidst growth in Christian music....

December 19th, 1999: Sverdlodsk Agreement; Soviet officials proclaim peace with the negotiated settlement ending the fighting in the Spanish Civil War, recognizing the national independence of Catalonia, Euskadia (Basque) and Galicia from Spain, sparking international attention...

December 21st, 1999: Monte Kim Miller, leader of Concerned Christians, is brutally gunned down in Jerusalem, sparking milllenialist religious fervor...

December 24th, 1999: During Mass, the Pope calls upon the Roman Catholic Church to ask for "forgiveness for its past errors...."

December 31st 1999- A dozen suicide bombers blow themselves on the party packed streets on New York, killing 363 people and wounding over 1000 people. The worst attack happens when a bomb goes off in Times Square at the hight of new years eve celebrations killing 152 people alone.

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January 2nd 2000- It is revealed that the men behind the New Years Eve attacks where a certain organisation called Al-Qeada, based in the Islamic Republic of Yemen...

January 4th, 2000: Battle of Altamira; Mexican cartel forces battle federal troops in Altamira, Tamaulipas, killing 31 people in the process...

January 7th, 2000: Battle of Torreon; Tensions mount as 5 U.S. soldiers are found deapitated after a nighttime raid by cartel forces in Torreon, Mexico...

January 26th 2000- US planes bomb Al Qeadea bases and Yemeni government installations. There are even reports of US and British special forces co-ordinate with local anti-government groups...

February 3rd 2000- Egyptian President Rashad Khalifa*speaks to the UN in New York that American actions will lead to civil war in Yemen that will destabilise the entire region...

February 10th 2000-*Rashad Khalifa calls a meeting of the Arab Union in Cairo to discuss American attacks in Yemen. Quickly the meeting falls between Pro-Western nations and Pro-Islamic nations. America declares the the Pro-Islamic the "Cairo Axis".....

February 14th, 2000: Indonesian government officials anounce that a family can have a second child if the first child, "suffers from physical disability, mental illness or mental retardation...." sparking international controversy in Jakarta, Indonesia...

February 19th, 2000: Battle of Apodaca; U.S. and Mexican troops battle cartel forces in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, killing 44 people in the process...

February 22nd, 2000: U.S. Minuteman Act passed by Congress, despite concerns by the ACLU and NAACP regarding "racial profiling" and the issue of civil liberties infringement...

March 12th, 2000: Pope Pius XIII begs for "God's forgiveness for sins committed or condoned by Roman Catholics over the last 2,000 years" during Mass in the Vatican City, yet refuses to mention either AIDS/HIV infection or the issue of sexual abuse within the priesthood....

March 14th, 2000: White House signs law that allows sanctions against nations and organizations that provide aid to South Africa's nuclear weapons program. Also on this day, Wally George proclaims,"How can I be considered "anti-women? I judged the Miss America pageant..." during a radio broadcast in Los Angeles, California...

March 22nd, 2000: Famine conditions brought about by dropping temperatures are experienced across rthe globe with the exception of Western Europe, North America, Japan and Australia...

April 1st, 2000: Why the Future Doesn't Need Us by Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems, warns of the dangers of a technological singularity in San Jose, California....

April 14th, 2000: White House officials pressure members of Congress to drop federal inquiries into the Millenium bombing in Washington D.C.,...

April 20th, 2000: Battle of Chihuahua; Catel forces seize control of the capitol city of Chihuahua, Chihuahua, sparking calls for American withdrawal fro the region....

May 4th, 2000: Mass graves are discovered in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, containing 46 bodies mainly women and children....

May 13th, 2000: Cadereyta Jiménez Massacre; Cartel forces massacre 98 people in Cadereyta Jiménez, in an effort to send a message to American forces to leave Mexico...

May 26th, 2000: CIA officials claim that "there was no intelligence failure" during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

June 4th, 2000: Cartel forces launch an attack against American forces in Torreón, Coahuila, fueling calls to leave Mexico....

June 17th, 2000: Papal Sin: Structures of Deceit by Gary Wills, becomes a major bestseller, detailing the extent of the Roman Catholic sex scandals...

July 24th, 2000: Mysterious Ways (NBC-TV) starring Adrian Pasdar, Rae Dawn Chong, and Alisen Down, makes its hit television series debut...

September 13th, 2000: White House officials state their opposition to the creation of an independent commission to investigate the Millenium Bombing, sparking national attention....

September 15th 2000- Opening ceremonies of the XXVII Olympics are held in Istanbul.

September 15th-16th, 2000: Third Buenos Aires Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Buenos Aires, Colombia, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 19th, 2000: "Fragile" album by British band Dead or Alive makes its hit international debut, proclaiming a "post-2K" mindset....

September 20th, 2000: United Nations deploys peace-keeping forces into Freetown, Sierra, Leone, sparking international controversy within Africa...

October 9th, 2000: Elizbeth Joyce of San Mateo, California sets herself on fire outside the United Nations in San Francisco, proclaiming that the "Apocalypse is Nigh"...

October 10th, 2000: Vatican officials report that Reverend Maurice Grammond has died of AIDS/HIV complications in Portland, Oregon, and may have infected up to 22 men in the process...

October 14th, 2000: Members of the House of Yaweh detonate a pipe bomb in Ramallah, Palestine, killing 6 people, sparking international attention and concern..

October 18th, 2000: Battle of Amador Hernández; Federal troops seize control of Amador Hernández, a major stronghold of the Zapatista guerillas...

October 21st, 2000: "Bliss" album by French singer Vanessa Paradis makes its hit debut, with the single "Commando" protesting American military intervention abroad...

November 13th, 2000: Zapatista guerillas seize control of Miguel Utrilla, capturing 20 federal troops as hostages....

November 15th, 2000: Sunny Hwang, Kay Lin, and Yvone Lin launch a massive demonstration demanding equal rights for women in Nanjing, China, sparking international attention...

November 30th, 2000: Zapatista guerillas demand that the Mexican government implement the San Andres Accords, granting the "liberated territories" independence...

December 13th, 2000: U.S. President Alan Walchott meets privately with Martin Luther King Jr., at his prison cell in Birmingham, Alabama, sparking international attention and controversy...

December 19th, 2000: Soviet pop singers t.a.t.u. (e.g. Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova) explode onto the music scene, with their highly suggestive songs with sexual themes...

December 29th, 2000: Chinese government officials announce the mass distribution of RU-486, as a means to regulate pregnancies nationwide, during a press conference in Nanjing, China.....

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January 12th 2001- A unarmed Chinese prototype spaceplane is shot down by a US 'StarHawk' Spaceplace after it over flys American airspace, causing a massive breakdown in relations between America and China.

January 28th, 2001: NFL San Diego Chargers led by Jim Harbaugh, win Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa, Florida....

February 2nd, 2001: Left Behind: The Motion Picture starring Nicholas Cage, Brad Johnson, Kirk Cameron and Chelsea Noble, makes its hit debut....

February 11th, 2001: Martin Luther King Jr. is released from prison after years in prison in Birmingham, Alabama, sparking international attention and concern....

February 24th-March 11th, 2001: Zapatista guerillas march into Mexico City, sparking concerns that the government is on the verge of collapse...

March 19th, 2001: Sakura Palace promises a free California Roll for every American if pieces of America's space station collapse and fall anywhere near its many restaurant....

April 19th 2001- With covert American and British support, a full blown rebellion erupts in Yemen against the Islamic government. With in a few days most of the South falls to the rebels while the North becomes a battlefield between the rebels and government forces.*

April 21st, 2001: United Nations Security Council passes Resolution #1372, condemning slavery in Sudan, censuring the nation within the organization...

April 28th, 2001: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet") warns of a massive tsunami in Indonesia during a sermon in Virginia Beach, Virginia, sparking international attention and concern.....

May 19th, 2001: Doctor Michael Smith meets with leaders of NASA to discuss his theories of "Historical Catastrophism", citing possible evidence on the lunar surface.....

May 21st, 2001: Soviet Music Invasion; Soviet pop singers t.a.t.u. (e.g. Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova) arrive in New York City, New York, sparking international attention and condemnation from religious conservatives...

May 30th 2001- With Government forces quickly losing ground, Arabia declared it will intervene on the side of the Islamic government. That day, all along the border, Arabian tank columns and air strikes crush all rebel opposition ...

July 7th 2001- *Aden, the capital city of the rebels in the south falls to government and Arabian forces, signalling the end of the rebellion in Yemen.* Also of note, two RAF Hercules transport planes fleeing Aden with Foreign civilians are harassed by a flight of 6 Yemeni Mig-21 jets. A flight of 2 Royal Navy Harriers from HMS Ark Royal (That's been offshore helping with the humanitarian effort) intercepts the Yemeni, shooting one down driving them off...

July 12th, 2001: TASS Soviet news agency publishes reports by Tatyana Koryagina warning of further terrorist actions against the United States, sparking international attention and concern,...

July 16th, 2001: Soviet officials proclaim Colonel Dmitry Sklyarov as head of "cybernetic defense" during a press conference in Moscow, sparking international attention....

July 24th, 2001: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet") proclims that the world is entering an era of "religious wars and violence" during a mass in Virginia Beach, Virginia, sparking international attention and concern...

September 2, 2001: Block 1 of the Desnogorsk NPP burns down completely when the graphite moderator is ignited during a mishandled power outage test (or what was it in Cernobyl?). The Soviets can only keep it secret until higher radiation levels are measured in Germany and West Austria...

October 19th, 2001: Opposition leader Digna Ochoa is assassinated in Chiapas, by federal troops, fueling outrage from the international commnity...

October 25th, 2001: Jean-Louis Gassée establishes "BeOs XP", the world's leading computer operating system in Paris, France, sparking international attention....

November 17th 2001- DC's Justice League animated series starts airing on Adult Swim on Cartoon Network. It becomes a smash hit with surprisingly dark and adult themes with a high production quality. It will last 5 seasons.

November 22nd, 2001: Atorney Generals of Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, et al. launch class action lawsuitsa against the Vatican City, based on reports of sexual abuse and reports of AIDS/HIV infection by members of the priesthood....

November 24th, 2001: "Spank-em" (a.k.a. "Boong-Ga") (TDD) game makes its hit North American debut, despite complaints from parent groups....

November 30th, 2001: Ken Kesey leads a political rally in San Francisco, California stating that "the war on smart drugs is a war on choice..."

December 1st 2001- Keluar Putih or White Out becomes a popular Malaysian supernatural action animation becomes a cult success overseas when subbed/dubbed versions are released. This will start a trend for “anime” or “Malaynime” in the West.

December 21st, 2001: We Sold Our Sould for Rock N' Roll written and produced by Penelope Spheer makes its hit film debut,...

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January 11th, 2002: Former DNC Chairman Lyndon LaRouche proclaims that the Republican Party is controlled by British "agents of influence" during a speech in Arlington, Virginia...

January 23rd, 2002: Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. pays out $10.1 million in compensatory damages to a client who claims that trepanation procedures caused her brain tumors in Washington D.C.,....

February 8th 2002-Opeaning ceremonies for the XIX Winter Olympics are held in Quebec City, Canada.

February 11th, 2002: Ken Kesey is proclaimed a "pioneer of narcospace" during his funeral in New York City, New York...

February 12th, 2002: Verichip Corporation unveils latest generation of neural implants for commercial distribution and purchase in Delray Beach, Florida...

February 16th, 2002: Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts reports up to 80 priests have been infected with the AIDS/HIV virus through sexual activity, sparking massive controversy....

March 8th, 2002: Archbishop Anthony J. O’Connell of Palm Beach, California announces his formal resignation after revealing that he has been infected with the AIDS/HIV virus....

March 16th, 2002: Soviet Internet Society proclaims the Public Pledge on Self-Discipline for the Soviet Internet Industry, in Moscow allowing government monitoring of Internet cafes and servers for "security purposes"....

March 28th, 2002: Cardinal Julius Paetz commits suicide in Poznan, Poland after testing positive for AIDS/HIV virus...

April 11th, 2002: CIA-backed coup installs Pedro Carmona as President in Caracas, Venezuela, sparking anti-American sentiment throughout Latin America.....

April 15th-24th, 2002: Pope Pius XIII holds an emergency meeting of the College of Cardinals in the Vatican City in an effort to discuss the sexual abuse scandals and the rise in AIDS/HIV rates amongst priests.....

April 19th, 2002: Dutch PM Wim Kok condemns the United Nations for its failure to protect United Nations peace-keeping forces...

May 16th, 2002: Fortune of Fear written and directed by L. Ron Hubbard makes its hit film debut,...

May 24th, 2002: Archbishop Rembert Weakland of Milwaukee, Wisconsin resigns after revealing his AIDS/HIV infection, stemming from a sexual assault in 2002...

May 31st 2002- Korea hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 1st, 2002: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON) announces the formation of a European Central Bank, sparking international attention in Stalingrad....

June 14th, 2002: Protesters and victims' rights advocates demand a "zero tolerance" policy towards sexual abuse, during protests throughout Italy, sparking international attention and concern....

June 30th 2002- Turkey beats host Korea 3-2 to win the FIFA World Cup.

July 22nd, 2002: Soviet news agency TASS reports that Chinese refugees report Kuomingtang (KMT) officials pressuring for abortions due to its "one-child policy" in Nanjing, sparkng outrage amongst religious conservatives in the United States...

July 28th, 2002: Pope Pius XIII angrily denounces protests against the Vatican sex scandal as an attempt to "fill us all with a deep sense of sadness and shame." during a mass in Toronto, Ontario....

September 1st, 2002: Lost in Oz (ABC-TV) fantasy series starring Melissa George, Mia Sara, and Collin Egglesfield....

September 19th, 2002: Riots erupt in Latin America as local leaders voice their opposition to the Free Trade Association of the Americas (FTAA), sparking international attention and concern...

October 8th, 2002: Total Odyssey makes its debut in Europe, as part of a U.S. "charm offensive", via the entertainment industry....*

October 13th, 2002: Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye (CBS-TV) starring Deanne Bray and Yannick Bisson makes its hit television series debut.....

October 25th, 2002: United Nations Security Council passes Resolution #1438, condemning Zimbabwean government of Robert Mugabe, citing ethnic violence against white farmers and Asian guest-workers

October 26th, 2002: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov, becomes the subject of 41-part miniseries by Egyptian television, condemning the United Nations as a tool of "world empire"...

October 29th, 2002: Left Behind II: Tribulation Force starring Nicholas Cage, Brad Johnson, Kirk Cameron and Chelsea Noble, makes its hit debut...

November 10th, 2002: Dave Mirra's BMX XXX (Nintendo) (TDD) game makes its hit debut, fueling sentiment against video games....

November 12th, 2002: Millenium Commission Report is published in Washington D.C., despite controversy and accusations of "massive ommissions of fact and information..."

November 20th, 2002: U.S. Senate passes Resolution calling upon Arab states to not allow The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov on government-controlled stations, which falls mainly on unsympathetic ears...

7th December 2002- Many Governments in Western Europe show worrying signs of skyrocketing fuel prices for heating during winter and even the greater drain on fuel reverses the winter now has.

December 9th, 2002: "Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)" single by the Cheeky Girls makes its hit debut, sparkng calls for bans y parent groups...

December 13th, 2002: Cardinal Bernard Law is hospitalized in Boston, Massachusetts for AIDS/HIV infections, sparking national scandal.....

December 26th, 2002: Brigitte Boisselier leads rally in Paris, France, demanding a crackdown on biotechnology as the "tools of Satan" citing Soviet "assassin viruses", sparking international attention...

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January 5th, 2003: United Nations sends peace-keeping forces into Kashmir, in an efort to stave off violence between India and Pakistan...

January 24th, 2003: Deadly Stingers horror film directed by J.R. Bookwaiter makes its hit film debut....

February 2nd, 2003: British social conservatives hold a rally in Picadilly Square in London, England calling for a ban on Soviet pop music calling it "paedophilic rock" , sparking international attention...

February 10th, 2003: Brigitte Boisselier and Claude Vorilhon lead religious rallies in Tokyo, Japan as part of their "Crusade for Life" campaign, condemning the rise of biotechnology....

February 21st, 2003: Gods & Generals starring Jeff Daniels and Robert Duvall makes its hit adaptation of the novel by Jeffrey Shaara...

March 3rd, 2003: U.S. Defense Department announces an expansion of contracts with the private corporations in Washington D.C.,..

March 25th, 2003: Georgian nationalist guerilla leader Jaba Ioseliani is executed by Soviet military officials in Tblisi, Georgia SSR....

April 1st, 2003: Actor Jack Palance dies at his home in Beverly Hills, California of a congestive heart failure, surrounded by family members....

April 4th, 2003: Clear Channel Corporation is charged as a monopoly by the U.S. Supreme Cour in Washington D.C.,...

April 14th 2003- The Republic of Euskara joins COMECON.

April 18, 2003: Mt. Pinatubo erupts, making this and the next year a "year without summer".

April 21st, 2003: India, Iran and Soviet Union announce the formation of a trade pact to establish a "Trade route of the future..." in Tehran, Iran, sparking tension between the United States, Iran, and India....

April 29th, 2003: Singer Lewis Perry admits that he has AIDS/HIV during a press conference in London, England, shocking music fans....

May 12th 2003- British neo-nazi group Combat 18 unleashes a deadly strain of the anthrax virus targetting non-white persons in a refugee camp in Dale Farm, Essex, UK, killing 20 and injuring 18. The 1,000 people in the camp come from around the world fleeing poverty resulted from global cooling.

June 4th 2003- Galica joins the Eurozone.

June 13th, 2003: CIA reports suggest the possibility of Al-Qaeda operatives operating in Mexico City, Mexico, amidst the chaos of the civil war since 1994...

June 14th, 2003: Soviet pop singers t.a.t.u. (e.g. Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova) spark international controversy after coming out as lesbians during a press conference in New York City, New York...

June 19th, 2003: TORCH Report is released by the IAEA, regarding the area around Embalse, Argentina, downplaying the environmental damage to the region, to the outrage of Greenpeace and other environmental organizations...

June 31st, 2003: Al-Jazeerah.com warns of Al-Qaeda's interest in the U.S. Mexican border, due to the military encampments and incursions since 1996...

July 13th, 2003: MS-13 guerillas are revealed in FBI reports to have smuggled nuclear weapons across the U.S. border at El Paso, Texas...

July 29th, 2003: Total Odyssey makes its debut in France for the first time, despite accusations of "cultural imperialism" by French Socialists in Paris, France....

August 6th, 2003: Rio de Janeiro Riots; Brigitte Boisselier and Claude Vorilhon spark riots against the Monsanto Corporation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, proclaiming the corporation a "tool of Satan"...

August 16th, 2003: American Hiroshima; Al-Qaeda launches nuclear attacks against Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas and Boston, Massachusetts, in the worst attack of terrorism in history, killing c. 775,000 people sparking civil unrest and panic.....

August 18th 2003 - American White-Supremacy Movement KKK, begins lynching anyone suspected of being a muslim due to the Nuclear Attacks in Texas and Massachusetts, with a large majority of them being supported by local police and citizens, 1000's of Muslims are killed.

August 19th 2003 - Survivors from the Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 hold prayers for the survivors of the Texas and Massachusetts bombings.

August 20th 2003 - Reports of radiation sickness are reported in the areas surrounding the sites, sparking an immediate medical relief operation by the US Military.

September 25th 2003 - The US Government makes a pledge to the American public "We will find the terrorists that did this, and when we do, we will make them suffer the full fury of the United States"

September 26th, 2003: BancoSur (e.g. "Bank of the South") is established in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in an effort to provide newly independent states a degree of leverage, and an alternative to the World Bank...

September 28th, 2003: Sharm El Sheikh Conference nation-states gather in Margarita Island, Venezuela, fueling calls for greater economic within the Southern Hemisphere....

September 30th 2003 - The United States begins an invasion of Mexico to root out Suspected Al-Qaeda cells, justified due to the fact that the Nuclear Weapons that destroyed Fort Worth in Texas, and Boston in Massachusetts were smuggled through Mexico.

October 1st, 2003: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov becomes the subject of a 30-part miniseries on Arab television known as Al-Shatat (a.k.a. the Diaspora) which claims that the United States, Great Britain and Israel are instruments of "world empire"....

October 5th, 2003: Right-wing commentator Wally George dies in Fountain Valley, California, proclaimed an "American hero" by Oral Roberts...

October 10th, 2003: Soviet pop singers t.a.t.u. (e.g. Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova) spark controversy after leading a rally at Red Square in Moscow, calling for greater LGBT rights....

October 16th, 2003: Israeli and Egyptian forces clash at El Auja, along the Sinai Peninsula, sparking international attention and concern...

October 21st 2003 - Within weeks of invading Mexico, the United States now occupies the entire country and begins searching the country for Al-Qaeda bases, also the Former US-Mexico bored is now more heavily guarded too prevent another Nuclear terroist attack.

October 24th 2003 - A gunfight between suspected Al-Qaeda members and US military forces results in an entire town of civillians being killed, due to "Crossfire with Al-Qaeda Terrorists" (The Quotation marks are there for a reason)

October 25th,2003: Detroit Tigers led by Ernie Young win the World Series in Detroit, Michigan, sparking national attention...

October 28th, 2003: Shintaro Ishihara leads anti-Chinese rallies in Tokyo with c. 250,000 people, sparking international attention and concern....

October 30th- November 29th, 2003: Aum Shinrikyo members launch a series of brutal killings throughout Tokyo, Japan including the bombing of the Tokyo subway system, killing over 329 people, in an effort to "trigger the apocalypse"...

November 11th, 2003: Riots erupt in Los Angeles, California over proposed federal military draft legislation, sparking national attention and concern...

November 20th, 2003: General Tommy Franks warns members of Congress that the suspension of the U.S. Constitution would set up a "dangerous precedent" in Washington D.C.,...

November 23rd, 2003: Singer Lewis Perry begins charity work to deal with AIDS/HIV starting in London's East End, sparking international attention....

December 31st, 2003: William Safire, New York Times warns that the President Alan Walchott is considering suspending presidential elections in 2004, sparking international attention...

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16th January 2004- On the Maiden voyage of the Queen Mary 2 cruise liner, the ship barely escapes colliding with an Iceberg on it's way to New York. This leads to fears on how Global Cooling will effect sea travel.

January 25th, 2004: Islamic fundamentalists lead anti-American and anti-Soviet rallies in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, sparking international attention. Also on this day, Fred Phelps, Chairman of the Southern Baptist Convention, proclaims that laws granting LGBT persons basic civil rights are to be considered an "invitation to the apocalypse...." sparking national attention....

February 4th, 2004: Wang Xing, Wang Huiwen, and Lai Binqiang establish "www.Renren.com", establishing the world of "social media" in Beijing...

February 29th, 2004: Telesur Corporation is launched in Caracas, Venezuela, providing Cybernet access to the nations of the Southern Hemisphere, sparking international attention and concern....

March 2nd, 2004: Comic Book Fans Unite! documentary by Kevin Smith, about the rise of comic book fandom since the 1950s, makes its hit debut...

March 15th, 2004: President Alan Walchott openly states his concern of terrorists attacking during presidential elections in an effort to "disrupt the political process" during a speech in Saint Louis, Missouri...

March 19th 2004- Republic of Catalonia joins COMECON.

March 25th, 2004: The New York Times leaks a FBI report wherein officials claim terrorists would attack in an effort to "influence the presidential elections...", citing the situation in Spain...

April 9th, 2004: The Alamo directed by Ron Howard and Bryan Grazer, starring Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thonton makes its hit debut.....

April 14th, 2004: MP Pieter Mulder is elected Prime Minister, proclaiming the need for "strength through force" in Cape Town, South Africa....

May 1st 2004- American, NATO and EU aid floods into Spain to rebuild the nation as it starts to progress towards democracy.

May 13th, 2004: Black Disciples are shutdown after launching Internet broadcasts against the government in Chicago, Illinois....

March 27th, 2004: Yulon Accord and Civic LEV's commerce thoughout the United States and Canada.

June 6th 2004 - On the 20th Anniversary of the Popular Soviet Video-Game Tetris is uploaded on the First soviet Flash-Gaming site www.rusalkigames.su

June 23rd, 2004: Madrid Riots; Movimiento Social Espańol launch anti-immigrant riots in Madrid, demanding the expulsion of people escaping global cooling...

June 24th, 2004: Marty Durlin and Cathy Melio launch underground Internet broadcasts from Santa Barbara, California...

July 1st, 2004: Premier Gennady Zyuganov is purged from the Soviet government in an internal power struggle, sparking a massive succession crisis...

July 6th, 2004: Vladimir Tikhonov comes to power as Premier of the Soviet Union, sparking concerns of a massive domestic policy shift....

July 11th-16th, 2003: Sharm El Sheikh Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

July 20th, 2004: Sakura Palace purchases the naming rights to the sports stadium in Oakland, California, sparking national attention...

July 21st, 2004: Bioshield Protections Act passed in Washington D.C., providing $5.6 billion over 10 years regarding "Heisenberg"-based drugs for biodefense products. Also on this day, Indonesian hackers announce attacks on Chinese, Japanese and American computer systems, during an online message in Jakarta, Indonesia....

July 26th, 2004: Egyptian dictator Rashad Khalifa announces plans to nationalize the Suez Canal, during a television broadcast in Cairo, Egypt....

August 1st, 2004: Emergency talks are held in Geneva, Switzerland between Egypt, France, Great Britain, Soviet Union and the United States regarding the crisis in Egypt...

August 13th 2004- Opening ceremonies of the XXVIII Olympics are held in Cape Town.

August 20th, 2004: Soviet officials announce the sale of Soviet oil to the Chinese government in Yuganskneftegaz, sparking tensions between the United States and China...

August 21st, 2004: Egyptian dictator Rashad Khalifa states he will not negotiate unless the United States, Great Britain, and France relinquish their aid to Israel...

September 11th, 2004: Political protests against the government of Premier Vladimir Tikhonov in Moscow and other major cities throughout the Soviet Union. Also on this day, Gamaat Islamiyya begins rallies at Al-Azhar University, targetting Soviet and American interests, proclaiming them "neo-colonialists"....

September 14th, 2004: Egyptian dictator Rashad Khalifa announces a blockade of the Suez Canal, sparking international attention and concern, threatening traffic along the Mediterranean...

September 15th, 2004: Egyptian dictator Rashad Khalifa turns away Soviet "advisors" in Cairo, proclaiming them members of the "Great Satan"...

September 16th, 2004: The American and Soviets make a joint statement denying any interest in colonialism in Arabia.

September 17th, 2004: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet") proclaims his final vision of the future during a mass in Virginia Beach, Virginia....

October 5th, 2004: Tareq Mohammed Abdel-Gawwad, leader of Al-Qutbiyyun, proclaims jihad against the "Great Satans" in Cairo. Also on this day, Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude VR game becomes a one of the highest selling video games despite government efforts to ban the video game from distribution...

October 6th, 2004: TAPS (DISC-TV) paranormal investigation reality TV show hosted by Grant Wilson, Jason Hawes, and Brian Harnois, makes its hit debut...

October 10th, 2004: Soviet Defense Minister Kamarov and US Defense Secretary Coulson, begin talks on the possibility of invading Arabia and Egypt, in Stockholm Sweden. Also on this day, Paralyzed actor Christopher Reeve announces that he will be attending the Academy Awards for 2005 to make a special announcement, from his home in Mount Kisco, New York, sparking international attention...

October 15th, 2004: The Soviet, American, British, Israeli, and EU all bring plans forward to invade Egypt in the back rooms of UN HQ. In the next couple of weeks those nations' militaries begin mobilizing in the direction of Egypt.

October 20th, 2004: Egypt begins it's blockade of Suez.

October 31st 2004: The Halloween declaration. Egypt must remove all military force from the Suez in two weeks time. If they have not by that time a state of war will be in effect.

November 2nd, 2004: Proposition #200 passes in Arizona, requiring all Chicano/Latino persons to carry identification papers at all times, sparking outrage from civil rights groups nationwide....

November 5th, 2004: The President of the US and the Soviet Premier agree to have their forces collaborate in their activities against the the Egyptian military and the nation's leadership.

November 14th, 2004: Prime Minister Pieter Mulder proclaims that South Africa will temporarily suspend uranium processing and enrichment, during peace talks in Paris, France. Also on this day, The Halloween deceleration runs out, Egypt still is blocking the Suez. The global markets are tumbling in face of the Suez Blockade.

November 15th, 2004: The US and Soviet leaders announce that the in the next 48 hours military action will occur against Egypt.

November 16th, 2004: Operation RAMROD begins a massive invasion of the area around the Suez canal. American and Soviet forces leading the fight. Also on this day, Members of the Muslim Brotherhood proclaim "The Jihad Group for Supporting Muslims at Home and Abroad" in Cairo, Egypt....

November 28th, 2004: US and Soviet special forces go to Cairo to be ready to kill Rashad Khalifa. They can't kill him unless ordered to though. Also on this day, Islamic fundamentalists bomb a Coptic church in Assiut, proclaiming Christians and Jewish pilgrims as "Zionist agents"....

December 4th, 2004: Yulon Accord and Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) sales begin in California.

December 7th, 2004: The American government wants action on the part of the Arabian government in regards to the consulate bombing. Also on this day, Al-Qutbiyyun guerillas in Jeddah, Arabia take credit for the bombing of the U.S. consulate killing 8 people....

December 10th, 2004: Martin Luther King Jr. is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway, for his work for African-American civil rights....:

December 12th, 2004: Guerrilla gunman open fire out side of the Soviet embassy in the Arabian capital city. 6 are killed 17 injured. Al-Qutbiyyun takes responsibility.

December 14th, 2004: In an embarasing development MI6 agents are ambushed by Al-Qutbiyyun guerillas in Buraydah, Arabia....

December 16th, 2004: The murder of the MI6 agents is posted on (TL internet). This leads to the worst Question Time for the The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom's ministry where the opposition claim the PM allowed a bad operation to go forward. afterwards in the halls outside of the commons a fist fight breaks out with the chief whip and a shadow minister.

December 21st, 2004: Arab Finance Minister Adel Batterjee warns that any military action will force OPEC to shutoff all oil to Western Europe, United States, and Japan. Also on this day, Coptic Patriarch Shenouda III warns of anti-Christian vioence in major cities including Cairo and Alexandria....

December 27th, 2004: the Soviets warn the Arabian government not be foolish with American and the Russians. That the Russians wish to help the Arabians. The Soviet Foreign Minister is booted out of the country.

December 31st, 2004: 56% of Americans state that they would support a withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations in San Francisco, California....

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January 3rd, 2005: Francis Engardio (a.k.a. "America's Prophet") dies of a heart attack at his home in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Christian fundamentalists mourn the passing of a national leader...

February 14th, 2005: Victor Koo establishes "www.youku.com", the world's "video-sharing site" in Beijing, establishing China as the leading technological leader....

March 5th, 2005: Actor Christopher Reeve reveals that through "neural interface" technology he has recovered the use of his legs, walking on stage during the 78th Academy Awards in Los Angeles, California....

March 15th, 2005: Arizona Governor J.T. Ready (R-AZ) signs the Human Smuggling Act, charging Mexican refugees as "self-smuggling criminals" during a press conference in Tucson, Arizona....

April 2nd, 2005: Rafael Núńez (a.k.a. "RaFa") is arrested by NSA officials for allegedly tapping into Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) computers in Miami, Florida...

April 17th, 2005: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate begins a renewed campaign of international distribution and sale of "Bingdu" sparkng international attention and concern...

April 21st, 2005: The New World Order by Pavel Sudoplatov, is republished in Mexico, wherein leaders assert that the Holocaust was committed in exchange for the State of Israel, citing a "secret meeting" between Rudolf Hess and Winston Churchill, and the assertion that the United States plans to annex Mexico....

April 28th, 2005: "School Days" (PC) (TDD) game makes its hit debut, feeding on Asian schoolgirl sexual fantasies, fueling outrage amongst various groups....

May 4th, 2005: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime reports in San Francisco, California that the illegal trade of narcotics along the Mexican-American border has returned to pre-invasion levels, despite a heavy American military presence...

May 7th, 2005: "7 Sins" (PC) (TDD) game becomes a major bestseller, sparking anger from religious fundamentalist and feminist organizations...

May 13th, 2005: Pope Pius XIII appoints Cardinal William Levada of San Francisco, California to head up investigations into allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct within the Roman Catholic Church...

May 19th, 2005: The Doomed Planet, the last film written and directed by L. Ron Hubbard makes its hit debut,...

May 23rd, 2005: Pope Pius XIII publicly rebukes Cardinal Marcial Maciel Degallado of Guadalajara, Mexico after evidence comes out revealing his complicity in sex abuse for 30 years....

May 25th, 2005: James Gilchrist, California Coalition for Immigration Reform, launches the Save Our State (SOS) Initiative in Garden Grove, California....

May 26th, 2005: United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees reports attacks against refugee camps by American military forces in Mexico...

July 25th, 2005: "Crazy Hits" by Crazy Frog with hit singles "Axel F" and "Popcorn", sparking international attention for the Swedish group...

July 26th, 2005: The manga Hate China: A Comic by Sharin Yamano is published, fueling tensions between the two Pacific Rim nations.....

August 2nd, 2005: A federal judge in Minneapolis, Minnesota dismisses claims that several "Heisenberg" (OTL's smart drugs) corporations violated antitrust law by taking steps to block the importation of similar pharmaceuticals from Canada...

August 10, 2005: 1. FC Köln books a friendly trip to Turkey for spring.

August 15th, 2005: Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi refuses to apologize to "those who continue to commit barbarous acts..." during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan....

August 26th, 2005: The Cutter's Club horror film directed by Charlie Band, starring Tony Todd, makes its hit film debut. Also on this day, Assembly of the Yulon Civic GX, a vehicle powered by compressed natural gas, begins in Ohio.

September 6th, 2005: Total Odyssey finally makes its debut in Great Britain, due to concerns of the political messages of the series, and amidst threats of consumer boycotts,....

September 9, 2005: Gerald Asamoah is sighted in Eskisehir, Turkey...

September 12th 2005- Euskara and Catalonia refuse a offer to join NATO, preffering to remain in the Non-Aligned Movement however Galica accepts the offer and joins NATO.

September 16th, 2005: Opposition leader Viktor Gonchar demands political and economic reforms from the government in a rally in Minsk....

October 21st, 2005: Left Behind: World at War starring Louis Gossett Jr., Michael York, Kirk Cameron, and Nicholas Cage, makes its hit debut. Also on this day, Manga publisher Takarajima-sha attempts to counter Hate China: A Comic by Sharin Yamano, yet fails to receive either the attention or market share.....

October 22nd, 2005: Pope Pius XIII meets with the College of Cardinals in Rome, in an effort to discuss recommendations, including the possibility of eliminating celibacy for priests.....

October 30th, 2005: Yulon wins the Cart Engine Manufactures Championship.

November 3rd, 2005: Senator Robert Packwood (R-OR) calls for the establishment of a border wall along the U.S.-Canadian border citing the flood of environmental refugees from Canada into the United States, along with concerns of terrorism....

November 7th, 2005: Astrakhan Bombing; 12 people are killed in Astrakhan, after Muslim fundamentalist Chechen guerillas attack a local marketplace, sparking cals for a military crackdown...

November 8th, 2005: California Proposition 79 passes; Despite a $166 million opposition campaign by Heisenberg-based pharmaceutical companies, the initiative costs drug companies billions of dollars in mandatory discounts and setting a precedent, opening the door to such action in other states....

November 30th, 2005: British scientist Harry Bryden reports that the North Atlantic Gulf Stream is "stalling out" during a speech in Southampton, Great Britain, amist international concern...

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January 4th, 2006: Soviet Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin announces a preliminary agreement with the European Union regarding an "oil-for-peace" agreement in Brussels, Belgium...

January 11, 2006: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Yildirim publishes a report that reveiles that Bingdu dealing and addiction cases have dramatically increased...

February 2nd, 2006: Archbishop Thomas Gumbleton formally resigns after he is implicated in a sex scandal with an underage female in Detroit, Michigan, sparking national attention,...

February 7th, 2006: Arkady Volozh, head of "www.Yandex.su", proclaims that government monitoring of its systems are aimed at "national security" during a televised interview in Moscow....

February 10th 2006- Opening ceremonies for the XX Winter Olympics are held in Turin Italy.

February 12th, 2006: Millenialist extremist launches a failed assassination attempt against Prince William in London, England....

February 25th, 2006: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) holds a conference in San Francisco, California billed as "Michael Smith's Challenge to Science", displaying social acceptance of "Historical Catastrophism"...

February 26th, 2006: Protests erupt in Montreal, Quebec; San Francisco, California; Los Angeles, California; and New York City, New York over the lack of action taken by the Roman Catholic Church regarding the AIDS/HIV sex scandals.....

March 3rd, 2006: Fred Phelps, Chairman of the Southern Baptist Convention, calls for a crackdown on popular music as "purveyors of smut, sin, and sexuality..." during a televised broadcast.

March 7, 2006: Shortly before the World Cup in West Austria, rumors come up of German Lukas Podolski having been in Konya, Istanbul with Gangpaeh dealers...

March 8, 2006: Podolski issues a dementi: "I was not in that damned town".

March 10, 2006: Bingdu samples are found in urine of fellow 1. FC Köln teammate Attila Tököli. He is banned for 2 years.

March 11, 2006: Özalan Alpay is banned for 2 years because of also being tested positive for Bingdu.

March 19th, 2006: Arrests are made throughout the Soviet Union against those youth wearing American clothing, especially Levi's Jeans, NIKE sneakers and GAP clothing....

March 21, 2006: Turkish authorities arrest Rüstü Recber, their goalkeeper, under charges of posession of Bingdu. He confesses to having bought it from "unknown dealers in Eskisehir".

March 23, 2006: Tököli and Alpay are questioned about their Bingdu use. Both admit it, but deny giving any to their teammates.

March 27, 2006: The dementi proves wrong when rarely playing Boris Zivkovic is tested positively for Bingdu and banned.

March 29, 2006: Lukas Podolski is tested positively and immediately thrown out of the national team squad, and banned for two years (for life for the national team of Germany)

April 3rd, 2006: Moscow-Grozny Bombing; 63 people killed when a Muslim fundamentalist Chechen guerilla acts a suicide bomber on a commuter train...

April 4th, 2006: Soviet Premier Vladimir Tikhonov proclaims that the the Moscow terrorist attacks "have only shocked the civilized world with its actions. They were more than acts of terror, they were acts of war..." during a televised address in Moscow,

April 7th, 2006: National Day of Remebrance is proclaimed by the Politburo in Moscow, sparking international calls of solidarity. Bingdu is found in the baggage of Christoph Metzelder, although he denies having ever "used" it.

April 9, 2006: Not Metzelder as most people expected, but Dede of Borussia Dortmund and Lincoln of arch-rival Schalke 04 are the next victims of Bingdu. both are banned for two years and confess to have got the stuff from Nizamettin Caliskan.

April 10, 2006: Contrary to the two statements by Dede and Lincoln, Brazilian footballer Vagner Love confesses to having sold Bingdu to Dede and Lincoln...

April 14th, 2006: Marilyn starring Gretchen Mol, based on the life of actress Marilyn Monroe , makes its hit debut....

April 19th, 2006: The Washington Post is suspected of laundering money for the Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate in Washington D.C., sparking international attention....

April 24th, 2006: Global climate talks in Kyoto, Japan collapse over concerns over the issue "global cooling refugees"....

April 28th, 2006: U.S. Secretary of State John Bolton proposes the idea of an International Comic Award (ICA) in an effort to "promote American pop culture across the globe...."

May 19th, 2006: Cardinal Marcial Maciel condemns the Vatican for its "lack of moral fortitude" against criticism over its handling of mounting sex scandals during mass in Mexico City, Mexico....

May 27th 2006- Guilermo del Toro releases Pan's Labyrinth a dark fantasy set in the back drop of the 2nd Spanish Civil War. It is banned by the Spanish government.

June 9th 2006- Germany hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 20, 2006: After several (expected) Turkish players and dubious Maicon of Brazil having already tested positive after their matchup; and the Turkish team fully going home on June 17 due to the Bingdu problem, a drama shocks the World Cup. On the same day, Togolese Daré Nibombé, Swiss star Alexander Frei, French Zinedine Zidane and Dutch Ruud van Nistelrooy are tested Bingdu-positive...

June 21, 2006: Demonstrations in West Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck demand World Cup cancellation...

June 30th, 2006: Despite heavy military presence in Mexico, DEA and FBI reports that the illegal drug trade remains unhampered along the Mexican/American border...

July 9th 2006- Portugal defeats Italy 2-1 to win the FIFA World Cup.

August 1st 2006- Cult French horror comic Injustice: Gods Among Us makes it hit debut. Based in noir version of Paris it is about a young polce detective dealing with the supernatural murder of several criminals.

August 13th, 2006: Indonesian authorities ban the series from prime-time television, Evangelion (ABC-TV) citing "morale health"....

August 26th-31st, 2006: Riyadh Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Riyadh, Islamic Republic of Arabia, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 22nd, 2006: Flyboys starring James Franco, Jean Reno, and Tyler Labine, makes its hit debut about World War I,....

September 26th, 2006: Cardinal Emmanuel Milingo of Zambia and Cardinal Jaine Sin of the Philippines meet privately with Pope Pius XIII in order to discuss the issue of celibacy and the issue of marriage for priests....

October 4th, 2006: Marvin Stewart and James Gilchrist proclaim on national television that "Illegal immigrants are responsible for 67% of the crime in this country..." during a television interiew in New York City, New York...

October 26th, 2006: Secure Borders Act by Senator Robert Packwood is signed in a White House Rose Garden ceremony in Washington D.C., establishing a border wall along the U.S. and Canadian border, sparking international condemnation and international concern...

October 27th, 2006: The Genius Club starring Stephen Baldwin, Jack Scalia, and Tom Sizemore, makes its hit film debut....

October 29th, 2006: Mexican President Ulises Ruiz Ortiz declares martial law, amidst growing civil unrest and violence over American millitary presence in the region...

October 30th, 2006: Yulon Motors Ltd. wins the Cart Engine Manafactures Championship for the second year in a row.

November 6th, 2006: "Playing With Fire" album by Kevin Federline, makes its hit debut with the United States....

November 8th, 2006: Proposition #187 is passed in California, prohibiting all social services for suspected "illegal immigrants", sparking riots in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, et al.,...

November 16th, 2006: Pope Pius XIII announces a Papal Bull that Roman Catholic priests and nuns shall be allowed to marry, during a mass in the Vatican City, sparking a massive shift in the debate....

November 21st, 2006: Filip Dewinter, leader of Vlaams Belang, wins parliamentary elections in Brussels, based on growing anti-immigrant sentiment...

November 22nd, 2006: Cardinal Bruno Schaeffer leads a rally in Paris with c. 750,000 people calling for the expulsion of immigrants...

December 28th, 2006: Brigitte Boisselier and Claude Vorilhon lead a rally calling for a "Crusade for Africa", sparking accusations of "Neo-Colonialism" in Paris, France....

December 31st, 2006: 69% of Americans state they would support a withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations in San Francisco, California.....

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January 10th, 2007: Members of the American Conference of Roman Catholic bishops lead protests against the federal government, citing Christian Coalition leaders attempting to convert Roman Catholics to "born-again" Christianity in Washington D.C.,....

January 11th, 2007: U.S. Supreme Court rules that a class action suit against the Vatican over the AIDS/HIV sex scandal has legal merit, dividing many practicing Roman Catholics...

January 23rd, 2007: Western Hemisphere Travel Act is passed; Amidst political pressure over Canadian environmental refugees, U.S. government officials begin requiring legal documentation of all border crossings from Canada into the United States....

January 27th, 2007: Area 57 (NBC-TV) science fiction comedy series makes its hit debut starring Paul Reubens and Jane Lynch,

February 16th, 2007: Brigitte Boisselier and Claude Vorilhon establish a North American headquarters for their ministry in Chevy Chase, Maryland at the behest of Christian Coalition leaders,....

February 23rd, 2007: Jeffrey Steinberg attacks "British attacks on America's sovereignty" in Newsweek, sparking international attention...

March 6th, 2007: United Nations peace-keeping forces are deployed into Angola in an effort to maintain the ceasefire...

March 13th, 2007: Viacom International calls for the shutdown of Youtube before the feeral court in New York City, New York...

April 4th, 2007: National Day of Remembrance ceremonies are held throughout the Soviet Union, in remembrance of the lives lost in the Moscow-Grozny bombing....

April 6th, 2007: Professor William Gray, condemns Democrats for "ignoring" global cooling, during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

April 13th, 2007: Milan Riots; anti-immigrant riots erupt against "global cooling refugees" in Milan, Italy, killing 10 people and injuring thousands more....

April 29th, 2007: Pat Robertson proclaims,"These are the End Times!" during his television broadcast in Virginia Beach, Virginia....

May 7th, 2007: Food and Drug Import Safety Act of 2007 passes in Washington D.C.; Drug-import legislation eases the process of importing cheaper "Heisenberg"-based drugs into the country from Canada and other foreign countries...

May 8th, 2007: Brigitte Boisselier and Claude Vorilhon proclaim Las Vegas, Nevada a sign of a "new Babylon" proclaiming that the city will suffer "God's mighty retribution...."

May 17th, 2007: Soviet officials establish a massive electronic firewall blocking foreign news sites and programs, unless they have been certified by the Ministry of Information in Moscow,...

May 25th, 2007: U.S. State Department establishes the International Comic Award (ICA) in Washington D.C., in an effort to promote the art of comic books, as part of the "Cultural Cold War".....

June 4th, 2007: President Vaclav Klaus warns of a "humanitarian disaster" due to freezing temperatures experienced in Prague, Czechoslovakia....

June 11th, 2007: Eersterust Riots; South African troops launch a brutal crackdown on Eersterust, outside Pretoria, South Africa...

June 21st, 2007: U.S. Defense Department reports that Soviet "phishing" have stolen vast amounts of defense information from strategic accounts in Washington D.C.,...

July 1st, 2007: Actress Pamela Anderson announces that she is suffering medical complications due to her trepanation surgery....

July 27th, 2007: Evangelion is made into a motion picture film, amidst concerns of declining story quality by ABC-TV executives....

July 31st, 2007: Rumors begin spreading that the 2008 presidential elections will be cancelled due to martial law, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide...

August 13th, 2007: San Diego Incident; Militia leader Robert "Little Dog" Crooks is caught on video killing two suspected illegal immigrants, including a pregnant woman in San Diego, California, sparking international outrage...

August 24th, 2007: Soviet Energy Minister Vladimir Kumarin cals for an oil embargo to be imposed on Western Europe, during a meeting of the Politburo in Moscow, sparking a massive economic crisis....

September 3rd, 2007: "Love Attraction" album by French singer Vanessa Paradis makes its hit debut with hit singles "Emmenez-Moi" and "Divine Idylle"...

October 2nd, 2007: Soviet Union threatens to shutoff the oil supply to Western Europe, due to unpaid debts of $2.6 billion, sparking international attention and concern...

October 20th, 2007: Yulon Motors Ltd. breaks ground on a new 440 million auto plant near Lincoln, Alabama.

December 1st, 2007: Irish Exodus; Irish residents flee Ireland for warmer climates as temperatures fall to -20 degrees Fahrenheit, sparking civil unrest and panic...

December 2nd, 2007: Sergey Baburin praises the efforts of Premier Vladimir Tikhonov regarding European Union peace talks, during a speech in Moscow...

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January 8th, 2008: Mr. Fuji's announces that it has 750 restaurants across the United States after opening in Burbank, California....

February 13th, 2008: Parents groups in Nizhny-Novgorod call for a ban on American and Western European "Emo" music, blaming the music for a series of suicides nationwide...

February 16th, 2008: Gangpaeh Korean criminal syndicate establishes a new syndicate in Musan, near the Chinese border, fueling tensions throughout the Pacific Rim. Also on this day, Box Office Bust VR game is released online, helping to popularize VR pornography by allowing players to share videos with each other....

February 21st, 2008: Pro-democracy leader Edison Chen is placed under arrest in Hong Kong, after demanding civil rights during Internet broadcast....

March 3rd, 2008: Soviet officials announce in Moscow, that they will be reducing their supply of oil to Western Europe, sparking an economic crisis throughout Western Europe...

March 7th, 2008: Pentagon officials report that federal government sites have been breached by 20 self-identified Soviet hackers, including those used by the U.S. Department of Defense, sparking concern in Washington D.C.,...

March 14th-18th, 2008: Chinese Kuomintang forces launch a brutal crackdown on political and religious dissent in Lhasa, Tibet, official reports record c. 18 unarmed civilians killed in the crackdown....

March 19th, 2008: Senator Ron Paul (R-TX) condemns the Dalai Lama for his "secret role in the Tibetan uprising" during an interview on CNN-TV....

April 9th, 2008: Evangelion (ABC-TV) is banned in Mexico, citing religious and sectarian issues.....

April 21st, 2008: Soviet General Dmitry Sklyarov admits to "denial of service" attacks against federal government computers, during a press conference in Moscow, sparking tensions between the United States and Soviet Union...

May 9th, 2008: Playboy and MAXIM magazines are pulled from shelves throughout the Soviet Union as being "sexist and obscene..."

May 23rd, 2008: Soviet leaders Elizabet Elena Von Messing and Dmitriy Abramkin call for economic concessions from the European Union, during a conference in Paris, France....

June 4th, 2008: FDA officials report a massive outbreak of "Mad Cow Disease" based on supplies from Mexico City, Mexico. Also on this day, 61% of Americans state that they believe the United Nations has too much power over the policy decisions and legislative power of the United States government, sparking international attention and concern....

June 7th, 2008: Indian expatriate Suraj Saini blames his killing spree in Los Angeles, California over the lack of a potential bride....

June 13th, 2008: Soviet reformer Vladislav Reznik calls for a greater trade relations between the United States and Soviet Union, during a rally in Leningrad....

July 13th, 2008: Pope Pius XIII sparks controversy after meeting with victims' groups in Darwin, Australia, professing his "utmost apologies"....

July 19th, 2008: Pope Pius XIII announces his first public apologies regarding the issue of the AIDS/HIV sex scandals and priesthod sex scandals in Australia, during a speech in Sydney.....

August 3rd, 2008: Canadian troops hold a U.S. border patrol agent captive in Blaine, Washington, sparking an international incident between the two nations....

August 8th 2008-Opening ceremonies of the XXIX Olympics are held in Toronto.

August 28th, 2008: Halliburton Corporation announces the completion of efforts to "reconstruct and control" the PEMEX oil industry nationwide, during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

September 9th, 2008: Zerstörung durch Fortschritte der Technologie (ZFT) is published online in Berlin, Germany, as a manifesto for fringe science, sparking international attention...

September 19th, 2008: Architect Daniel Libeskind is announced as the winner of an international contest to design a monument to the victims of the Moscow-Grozn bombings, Soviet Premier Vladimir Tikhonov praises the efforts of the international community...

September 24th, 2008: White House officials announce plans to suspend presidential elections citing an "economic emergency", sparking international attention and concern...

October 18th, 2008: Saving God starring Ving Rhames and Dean McDermott, makes its hit film debut....

October 27th, 2008: Soviet officials warn of the creation of a "Great Firewall" during a press conference in Moscow, sparking international attention...

November 6th, 2008: Former DNC Chairman Lyndon LaRouche proclaims "We don't need the British!" during a speech in Washington D.C., sparking international attention...

November 12th, 2008: National Geographic reports that temperature drops have halted, due to global warming cause by air polution....

November 13th, 2008: U.S. Treasury Secretary Gerald Celente warns of tax rebellions and food riots within the United States by 2012, sparking national concern over the nation's stability...

November 17th, 2008: Stanley Lieber is named National Poet-Laureate during a ceremony in Washington D.C., sparking national attention...

December 9th, 2008: Soviet officials led by Soviet Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin announce a Soviet-Iranian railway project, fueling tensions throughout the region....

December 25th, 2008: Soviet officials launch a massive crackdown on Cybernet cafes and providers nationwide, sparking international condemnation...

December 29th, 2008: Wall Street Journal publishes reports of Soviet official Igor Panarin, warning of a possible political and economic collapse of the U.S. government, sending a seller's panic through the financial world....


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January 2nd, 2009: Civil unrest and panic is reported in Hungary, Romania, and Poland, as reports of Soviet embargo is reported in local media outlets...

January 4th, 2009: Police Chief R. Gil Kerlikowske of Seattle, Washington is proclaimed "America's Toughest Cop" after his crackdown on Canadian environmental refugees is broadcast on national television. Also on this day, Police Chief R. Gil Kerlikowske of Seattle, Washington is proclaimed "America's Toughest Cop" after his crackdown on Canadian environmental refugees is broadcast on national television..

February 12th, 2009: Soviet official Igor Panarin warns that the United States may facture into up to 6 different nations, sparking throughout the Politburo in Moscow,...

February 15th, 2009: Politburo publishes its first reports for the public regarding the 2006 Moscow-Grozny bombing....

February 27th, 2009: Cult leader Asuka Okoyoma of Tensa Zangestu is shot and killled after being shot outside the courthouse in Tokyo, Japan. Also on this day, Tapey, a Tibetan Buddhist momk from Kirti Monastery launches a suicide bombing in Ngawa City, Ngawa County, Sichuan, killing 8 people, in an effort to protest "Chinese occupation"...

March 19th, 2009: Neo-Nazi organization Stormfront begins proclaiming "RAHOWA" (racial holy war) citing Igor Panarin's predictions of political collapse of the United States...

March 28th, 2009: African National Congress (ANC) leader Julius Malema proclaims a "racial insurrection" in Johannesburg, South Africa...

April 2nd, 2009: Soviet Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin warns Indian leaders that it means "to boost transport cooperation with Caspian states..." during a speech in Moscow,....

April 15th, 2009: National Population and Family Planning Board is established in New Dehli, India in an effort to deal with the rising "population explosion", amidst great controversy...

April 17th, 2009: Soviet film director Fyodor Bondarchuk announces his defection to the United States in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention....

April 27th, 2009: Mr. Fuji's opens in Oveido, Florida, due to the growing number of Asian-American immigrants....

May 17th, 2009: Representative Jeff Miller (R-FL) leaks reports illegal "black ops" operations within Mexico City to the Washington Post, sparking tensions throughou Latin America....

May 22nd, 2009: Soviet Ministry of Culture calls for a ban on "Cyber-speak" citing terms like "LMAO" and "LOL" as being "counterproductive to language skills"....

June 12th, 2009: Christian fundamentalist preacher Robert Earl Burton sparks civil unrest in Juarez and Chihuahua, incites sectarian violence after calling for residents to "turn away from Papal dictatorship"....

June 15th, 2009: Evangelion (ABC-TV) is banned by Soviet authorities as "counter-revolutionary propaganda" in Moscow,....

June 30th- July 1st, 2009: United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) conference on global cooling is held in Acapulco, Mexico...

August 30th, 2009: Diarios de Embalse, an Argentinean horror film by Paco Cabezas, makes its international debut, fueling rumors of haunted villages...

September 1st-6th, 2009: Caracas Conference; Leaders of African, Latin America and Asia gather in Caracas, Venezuela, proclaiming that the United Nations, Israel,and the United States as "illegitimate organiztions led by imperialists and colonialists..."

September 12th, 2009: Soviet Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin announces that the Soviet Union will be shutting off oil to Western Europe due to "domestic concerns", sparking tensions with the United States and Western Europe...

September 14th, 2009: Actor Patrick Swayze announces that he has fully recovered from pancreatic cancer after checking out of Cedar Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California....

September 23rd, 2009: Martin Luther King is awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for his contributions to the civil rights movment in the United States, during a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol...

September 27th, 2009: Italian police officials crackdown on Romanii gypsies in Rome, Italy after reports that Florin Cioabă (a.k.a. "King of Romanii") was marrying girls as early as 12-years of age.....

October 2nd, 2009: Poet Stanley Lieber is honored with the state proclamation of "Stanley Lieber Day" ceremony in Sacramento, California....

October 14th, 2009: The Global Post reports on the rise of corruption in economic daily life throughout Western Europe, sparking international attention...

November 6th, 2009: Soviet official Igor Panarin warns that secessionist sentiment is building up within the state of Texas, during a briefing in Moscow, fueling speculation about American political stability....

December 15th, 2009: Izvestia newspaper is shutdown by Soviet authorities on charges of "extremism", sparking condemnation by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch....

December 17th, 2009: Archbishop Donal Murray of Cork County, Ireland resigns publicly after mounting concerns to deal with the issue of AIDS/HIV and priest sex abuse in an adequate fashion....

December 24th, 2009: Mentally unstable Susanna Maiolo attempts to assassinate Pope Pius XIII in Saint Peter's Square in the Vatican City....

December 29th, 2009: Soviet officials led by Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin threaten to shut oil to Hungary, Romania, Poland, and Austria unless $5.1 billion in foreign loans was paid regarding oil purchases...

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January 11th, 2010: Mojib Latif warns of massive deaths along the Atlantic Seaboard caused by freezing at Kiel University in Kiel, Germany. Also on this day, Internet activist Dmitri Soloviev is placed under arrest in Moscow, after "inciting hatred against the police" sparking international attention and concern....

January 12th, 2010: Two South African nuclear scientists are killed in a car bomb attempt, African National Congress (ANC) guerillas claim credit, but government officials claim international involvement...

January 26th, 2010: Wuling Corporation discontinues the sale of eight lines of its automobiles due to safety concerns during a press conference in Shanghai...

January 29th, 2010: Polls reveal that c. 68% of Americans support the establishment of military personnel along the U.S.-Canadian border in an effort to deal with environmental refugees from Canada....

February 2nd, 2010: John White compares his life and his role in the Washington scandals to a storyline in Total Eclipse, NBC-TV, citing the complicated and emotional twists....

February 12th 2010- Opening ceremonies for the XXI Winter Olympics are held in Salzburg, West Austria.

February 18th, 2010: U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is accused of leaking sensitive documents to the Soviet Union from Quantico, Virginia..

February 25th, 2010: Stephanie Lenz of Gallitzin, Pennsylvania is arrested for illegal Internet broadcasts, sparkng internatonal attention and concern...

March 20th-21st, 2010: La Fęte de l'Neuronet, a national celebration of neural interface technology is launched in Paris, France, sparking international attention....

March 24th, 2010: Archbishop John Magee announces his resignation, citing his AIDS/HIV infection, during mass in Dublin, Ireland....

March 27th, 2010: Shah Reza Pahlavi II warns that human rights and democracy must be granted on a gradual basis, citing the civil unrest and violence in the United States....

April 12th, 2010: Aleksei Dymovsky becomes an Internet folk hero after blowing the whistle on Soviet corruption in a Youtube video that goes viral....

April 18th, 2010: Vatican officials report that 10 priests have been indicted of sexual abuse in Malta, fueling concern over the Vatican sex scandals....

April 21st, 2010: European Union signs trade agreement in Moscow, with the Soviet Union, in an effort to insure a steady supply of oil during the winter months, sparking cries of "betrayal" and "appeasement" by conservatives...

April 23rd, 2010: Arizona Governor J.T. Ready signs S.B. #1070 requiring all "suspected refugees" to carry legal documentation or face "immediate departation", sparking international attention....

May 8th, 2010: Archbishop Walter Mixa resigns in Leipzig, Germany amidst reports of sexual abuse ans scandal, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 4th, 2010: Argentinean President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announces that they have started the process of contructing their own nuclear submarines, during a state television broadcast in Buenos Aires....

June 8th, 2010: Soviet Internet activist Ekho Moskvy is placed under arrest for calling for an end to "government propaganda" in Moscow....

June 11th 2010- Uruguay hosts the FIFA World Cup.

June 27th, 2010: Belgian government officials announce in Brusels, raids on several churches, amidst reports of priest sex scandals and reports of AIDS/HIV infections, sparking international attention....

July 11th 2010- Spain beats host Uruguay 4-2 FIFA World Cup.

July 20th, 2010: U.N. officials report that China has become the largest consumer of Soviet oil, sparking a massive economic crisis between the European Union and China,...

July 21st, 2010: Chinese naval forces launch missiles 85 miles of the coast of Java and Bali, in an effort to demonstrate a "show of force"....

September 10th, 2010: Gangpaeh, Korean criminal syndicate is suspected of supplying "bingdu" (OTL's crystal meth) to the Korean national soccer team in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern...

September 16th-18th, 2010: Pope Pius XIII meets with British leaders in London, England in an effort to discuss the issue of AIDS/HIV infections amongst the priesthood and the continuing sex scandals...

September 23rd, 2010: Soviet officials call for a ban on YouTube, claiming "unprovoked hits" during a speech before the Politburo in Moscow, sparking international attention,....

September 24th, 2010: South African General Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) is brutally assassinated during a rally in Cape Town, South Africa....

September 25th, 2010: Hacker Daniel Domscheit-Berg is apparently beaten and killed by Neo-Nazis in Berlin, after it is reported that he had leaked documents to the Soviet government....

September 27th, 2010: French government officials order a massive crackdown on the Romanii as a "criminal population", during a televised address in Paris,...

October 9th, 2010: Soviet Colonel Zakhar Kalashov is accused of profiteering via peacekeeping operations in Spain, sparking international attention and concern,...

October 17th, 2010: German Chancellor Jorg Haider proclaims that "multiculturalism has failed" during a televised address from Berlin, sparking international condemnation....

October 22, 2010: Striker Jung-Hwan Ahn (OTL hero of the 2002 World cup) is banned for two years after being positively tested for Bingdu after a match of his club SC Freiburg against Borussia Mönchengladbach...

October 25, 2010: Famous defender Young-Pyo Lee and world-class midfielder Ji-Sung Park are both banned for two years, having tested positive for Bingdu.

October 26th, 2010: Doctor Brook Berry leads protests against trepanation in Durham, England, warning of the major health risks associated with them,..

October 30th, 2010: Hanoi Riots; food riots erupt in Hanoi, Vietnam due to massive crop failures throughout Southeast Asia....

November 3rd, 2010: Chisa Yokoyama launches "Bringing the Heat" comeback tour in New York City, New York....

November 8, 2010: Ji-Sung Park's ban is increased to "for life" because he tested positive for Bingdu again.

November 22nd, 2010: Residents of Vancouver, British Columbia cross the U.S./ Canadian border to arctic weather, sparking tensions between the United States and Canada,....

November 26th, 2010: Archbishop Fernando Karadima is formally charged with paedophilia in Montevideo, Chile, sparking civil unrest and concern nationwide...

November 29th, 2010: Shenyang, China beomes isolated as all airfields and airports are shutdown due to massive snowstorms. Also on this day, four South African nuclear scientists are killed by a car bomb in Johannesburg, South Africa, amidst accusation of CIA involvement. Also on this day, snow begins falling in Phoenix, Arizona, sparking fears of an international climatic crisis....

December 1st, 2010: Ministry of Finance reports that they are losing c. 2.4 billion pound sterling per day due to "global cooling" during a press conference in London, England; Also on this day, Russian and Polish governments report a flood of refugees leaving their countries due to cold weather. Also on this day, FEMA officials in Washington D.C., report freeze warnings in the American Southeast, including Florida....

December 6th, 2010: MP Chris Moon condemns government failure to address "global cooling" before the House of Lords in London, England. Also on this day, Bishop Tony Walsh of Dublin, Ireland dies of complications related to AIDS/HIV infection, sparking controversy and civil unrest nationwide....

December 13th, 2010: Soviet official Igor Panarin warns of hyperinflation within the United States economy, during an interview by the Washington Post, triggering a wave of bank withdrawals nationwide...

December 17th, 2010: Soviet Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin and Soviet General Dmitry Sklyarov reportedly offer hacker Julian Assange asylum within the Soviet Union....

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January 30th, 2011: New York Times reporter Thomas Friedman is placed under arrest in Nanjing, China after reporting on the collapsing ecosystem, caused by pollution...

February 14th, 2011: Lampedusa Riots; Riots erupt in Lampedusa, as European immigrants attempt to leave Italy for Tunisia. Also on this day, Hippie Hippie Shake starring Cillian Murphy, Sienna Miller, and Sean Biggerstaff makes its hit debut....

March 3rd, 2011: United Nations officials report that ethanol production has taken up 40% of corn crops worldwide, sparking food riots throughout the Southern Hemisphere...

March 10th, 2011: American officials scold the Chinese government for "reckless provocations" against Indonesia in Nanjing, China...

April 15th, 2011: 69 major corporations decide to leave California amidst fears of further environmental regulations, sparking national attention....

April 17th, 2011: Ventimiglia Riots; Riots erupt along the borders of France and Italy as Italian authorities block trains from Menton from entering into Ventimiglia, Italy...

April 27th, 2011: Tibetan nationalist guerilla leader Lobsang Sangay, sends a televised message to Chinese television and through the Cybernet demanding the withdrawal of "Chinese occupation forces..."

May 4th, 2011: Bishop Raymond Lahey of Vancouver, British Columbia is forced to resign after reports of child pornography are revealed by local police officials....

May 10th, 2011: Ethnic Mongol herdsmen are shot and killed at Xilinhot, near the Sino-Russian border, sparking tensions between the two nations....

May 18th, 2011: Amnesty International reports a thriving human-trafficking network in the major cities of China, sparking international attention and concern...

June 17th, 2011: Euisik Yoon, University of Michigan, unveils the "BioBolt", a neural interface granting "real-time sensation" to recipients of cybernetic implants in Ann Arbor, Michigan...

June 26th, 2011: WHO/CDC officials report that due to the population policies of China, India, and Indonesia, there is an imbalance of 160 million "missing girls" sparking international attention and concern....

July 23rd, 2011: Actress Lindsey Lohan dies of medical complications related to drug abuse in Beverly Hills, California....

August 4th, 2011: Chinese Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu condemns Japanese military buildup, during a speech on state-run television...

August 6th-10th, 2011: English Uprising; Cybernet activists organize massive demonstrations throughout Great Britian, against planned economic austerity measures...

August 12th, 2011: Civil unrest and panic erupt throughout India over a proposed "one-child" policy in New Dehli, India, fueling tensions between the United States and India....

August 18th, 2011: Marty Durlin and Cathy Melio launch underground Internet broadcasts from Kansas City, Missouri...

August 22nd, 2011: U.S. Defense Department issues a memo in Washington D.C., that all neural implants for military systems be connected by NIRPNET, and not the Internet, fearing infiltration by outside hackers...

August 23rd, 2011: Polling in Great Britain, France, Spain and Italy report that c.65% of the populations in those countries would approve a moratorium on all immigration...

September 10th, 2011: Former actress Marilyn Monroe dies at her home in Los Angeles, California amidst concerns of manic-depression...

October 6th, 2011: Fred Phelps, Chairman of the Southern Baptist Convention, leads protests outside the funeral of Steve Jobs, as a "purveyor of smut and sin" in Santa Rosa, California...

October 11th, 2011: Pope Pius XIII meets with the members of several victims' rights groups in the Vatican City, regarding the mounting sex scandals.....

October 13th, 2011: Soviet Premier Vladimir Tikhonov, and Foreign Minister Vladimir Putin, threaten to shutoff the oil supply for China, sparking civil unrest and panic for the region during a conference in Nanjing....

October 24th, 2011: American Housewife (FOX-TV) starring Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas makes its hit series debut, amidst concerns of sexism....

November 2nd, 2011: General strike organized by Cybernet activists shuts down the port of Oakland, California, disrupting trade along the entire West Coast of the United States...

November 4th, 2011: U.S. Treasury Secretary Nouriel Roubini warns of the collapse of Western European financial markets, possibly triggering an international banking crisis, during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

November 11th, 2011: Habibullo Abdussamatov, Pulkovo Observatory of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, warns that the global Ice Age may last up to 100 years....

November 19th, 2011: Indian leaders state a "crisis of immense proportions" places China and India prevents those countries from supporting the United States, citing their growing energy needs....

November 23rd, 2011: Archbishop Seamus Hegarty announces his formal resignation amidst reports of his coverup of several prominent cases of sexual abuse by clergy members....

December 2nd, 2011: Dirty Picture Bollywood-inspired film starring Cher and Christina Aguilera makes its hit film debut...

December 4th, 2011: Police Chief R. Gil Kerlikowske of Seattle, Washington is condemned over the failure to investigate sex crimes while focusing solely on Canadian environmental refugees...


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January 12th, 2012: TASS Soviet agency reports a car bomb attack against Soviet General Dmitry Sklyarov in Moscow, claiming "Western mercenaries linked with the CIA"...

February 11th, 2012: The Martin Luther King Jr. National Museum is opened in Birmingham, Alabama, sparking international attention....

February 23rd, 2012: Soviet Colonel Kamchy Kolbayev is accused of being one of the lead drug traffickers in Western Europe, using his position in Spain, to coordinate the narcotics trade....

February 24th, 2012: Soviet pop singers t.a.t.u. (e.g. Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova) are placed under arrest for "licentious behavior" after a concert in Moscow, sparking international attention....

March 8th, 2012: Soviet agents report the arrest of Fumihiro Joyu, leader of the Tensa Zangestu in Moscow, amidst fears of a planned series of attacks on the Moscow subway system...

March 14th, 2012: Soviet Ambassador Vladislav Leontyev meets with Prime Minister Kenichi Shinoda and Foreign Minister Kiyoshi Takayama, calling for greater ties between the Soviet Union and Japan....

March 27th, 2012: Mr. Fuji's opens its first franchise chain in Houston, Texas, amidst protests over the place being "anti-American"....

April 13th, 2012: Three Stooges the Bollywood re-imagination of the classic comedy trio is directed by Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi, making its hit debut....

May 1st, 2012: May Day Riots; May Day demonstrations occur in major cities across the United States, Western Europe, and Japan, organized through Cybernet activists...

May 19th, 2012: Royal Meteorological Society reports the coldest May weather since 1912 during a press conference in London, England, sparking concerns of a possible exodus...

May 26th, 2012: Health and poice officials report the case of a drug addict attacking a man and "eating his face" in Miami, Florida, sparking national attention and concern...

June 13th, 2012: Health officials in Haiti and the Dominican Republic report the first cases of the "Miami Syndrome" in Santo Domingo and Port-au-Prince, sparking concern within the WHO and CDC,...

June 14th, 2012: New Zealand farmers launch protests in Auckland and Wellington, amidst the deaths of 400 cows due to freezing temperatures and massive crop failures.....

June 15th, 2012: Chinese military officials report 38 suicide bombings by Tibetan nationalists since 2008, sparking tensions within the Pacific Rim...

June 27th, 2012: Stockton, California declares bankruptcy, sparking civil unrest and panic throughout the state...

July 1st, 2012: Argentinian government declares a "State of Emergency" in Buenos Aires, after widespread reports of crop failures nationwide due to freezing temperatures, sparking international attention...

July 4th, 2012: Soviet Tu-95 Bear H bombers are intercepted near Anchorage, Alaska, by the 176th Air Control Squadron sparking international attention and concern...

July 7th -9th, 2012: Protests erupt in Washington D.C., over alleged election rigging with c. 2,580 people arrested according to Washington Metropolitan Police officials...

July 9th, 2012: Health officials in Mexico report the spread of the "Miami Syndrome" disease to Mexico, sparking concern about the epidemiology of the disease and its spread....

July 10th, 2012: Canadian environmental refugees launch a class-action lawsuit against Police Chief R. Gil Kerlikowske of Seattle, Washington, claiming an abuse of "police powers"...

July 12th, 2012: Mexican health officials reports the first official death related solely to the "Miami Syndrome" outbreak, sparking international concern from the WHO and CDC,....

July 13th, 2012: Cuban health officials report the first deaths related to "Miami Syndrome" during a press conference in Havana, sparking concern throughout the Carribean and Gulf of Mexico region...

July 17th, 2012: Tibetan suicide bombers detonate bombs in Nanjing, demanding the immediate withdrawal of Chinese troops from the region...

July 18th, 2012: Soviet Tu-95 Bear H bombers are intercepted near Anchorage, Alaska, by the 176th Air Control Squadron sparking international attention and concern, the second incident in 2 weeks...

July 20th, 2012: U.S. health officials in Miami, Florida report the first death related solely to "Miami Syndrome" sparking calls for a quarantine for the region.....

July 24th, 2012: Health officials in Panama City, Panama report an outbreak of "Miami Syndrome" with over 32 cases reported by CDC and WHO officials sparking fears throughout Latin America....

July 26th, 2012: Marty Durlin and Cathy Melio launch underground Internet broadcasts from Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. Also on this day, Howard Kaloogian and Sal Russo lead a rally against the alleged "North American Union (NAU)" during a rally with c. 250,000 people in Sacramento, California.

July 27th 2012- Opening ceremonies of the XXX Olympics are held in Paris.

August 14th, 2012: Call-Girl of Cthulu horror comedy film by Chris LaMartina and Jimmy George makes its hit film debut....

August 21st, 2012: WHO/CDC reports confirm that the viral spread of "Miami Syndrome" was caused after a man in Port-au-Prince, Haiti comes down with the virus after eating contaminated food...

October 3rd, 2012: Japanese officials announce a massive withdrawal of its funds and personnel from China, sparking political and military tensions between the two countries...

October 22nd, 2012: Japanese exports to China, drop to 10% of the level of years prior, over Chinese capture of the Diaoyu Islands (a.k.a. Senkaku islands), sparking international attention....

October 25th, 2012: "America Lives!" rally, a pro-government rally is held at Yankee Stadium in New York City, New York, with c.350,000 people, amidst accusations that participants were paid to attend the event..

November 7th, 2012: International observers from the United Nations and the European Union express concern over the validity of elections, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

November 13th, 2012: Protests are held outside the White House, as c. 25,000 people march on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., protesting the presidential elections as fraudulent....

November 14th, 2012: Riots erupt in Rome, Italy as residents violently lynch several Romanii gypsies suspected of raping a local resident...

December 21st, 2012: Yellowstone Park Eruption; National state of emergency is declared as volcanic eruption occurs at Yellowstone Caldera in Wyoming, sparking panic across the country....

December 21st 2012- January 7th, 2013: FAA grounds all commercial air traffic within the continental United States and Canada, amidst reports of volcanic ash falling in New York City, New York...

December 22nd, 2012: Indian government officials report massive sectarian civil unrest in Calcutta, Delhi, and Mumbai amidst predictions by "Moksha with Kalki" website predicting an apocalyptic event.....

December 24th, 2012: Bill O'Reilly is arrested after assaulting a Santa Claus at Macy's in New York City, New York, after he stated,"Happy Holidays!", sparking national attention and controversy....

December 23rd-25th, 2012: Reports of blackouts and communications disruptions occur throughout the Western Hemisphere are blamed on solar flare activity....

December 26th, 2012: National Guard units are deployed, along with State Militia units federalized, across the Midwest in an effort to deal with the crisis. Many officials complain that it is "too little, too late..."

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January 2nd, 2013: FEMA officials report that they will not allow any embedded reporters to cover any rescue efforts regarding the Yellowstone eruption....

January 4th, 2013: In a blow to the Administration, FEMA Director Michael D. Brown, abruptly resigns in Washington D.C., sparking national attention....

January 8th, 2013: During a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia; Red Cross and CDC officials report an outbreak of "Miami Syndrome", spreading rapidly due to the collapsed public health system...

January 12th, 2013: Houston Disaster; TV and Cybernet bloggers report on the massive outbreak of "Miami Syndrome" in Houston-Ft. Worth, Texas, fueling a sense of panic nationwide....
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If anything, we should play around with some of the pop culture expectations. As such, here are a few PODs that I hope each of you can help with:

November 16th, 1984: (insert title here) starring Mr. T makes its film debut, sparking controversy over the graphic violence...

March 2nd, 1985: (insert title here) starring Mr. T makes its hit debut, further sealing the reputation of Mr. T as an action film star,...

September 27th, 1985: (insert title here) starring Mr. T is considered his most controversial piece, especially with the level of violence of the film....

February 14th, 1986: (insert title here) starring Mr. T makes its hit debut, with the action star being invited to the White House for a screening of the film....
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I have a question in the 52 election how did Dirksen become VP?
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Old January 19th, 2013, 08:58 PM
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I have a question in the 52 election how did Dirksen become VP?
Apparently the designers of the PODs decided to go with the idea that in a extremely close presidential race, rather than go with a "winner-take-all" scenario with the elctoral college, the electoral college would divide the ticket as a means of political compromise.....
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Apparently the designers of the PODs decided to go with the idea that in a extremely close presidential race, rather than go with a "winner-take-all" scenario with the elctoral college, the electoral college would divide the ticket as a means of political compromise.....
At least Dirksen wasn't a complete ass. He and Truman could work together

speaking politics...

Here are my 1988 candidates.
GOP Pres. Carson/ VP Whitehall

Dem. either Geraldine Ferraro/ Gary Hart

or another fictional potus.
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Old January 19th, 2013, 09:24 PM
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At least Dirksen wasn't a complete ass. He and Truman could work together

speaking politics...

Here are my 1988 candidates.
GOP Pres. Carson/ VP Whitehall

Dem. either Geraldine Ferraro/ Gary Hart

or another fictional potus.
I would go with Gary Hart, just to make sure that it sounds rougly similar to OTL.
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Old January 19th, 2013, 09:28 PM
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I would go with Gary Hart, just to make sure that it sounds rougly similar to OTL.
OK I'll do that.
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OK I'll do that.
Sounds wonderful!! In the meantime, we really need to mix up the ATL's pop culture and or sports. The weirder the better!!!
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Looks good...any effects on social policies for the county?
I have to guess that sweden will become more democratic socialist and will join the non aligned movement.
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I have to guess that sweden will become more democratic socialist and will join the non aligned movement.
Definitely develop any PODs you feel most comfortable with....
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November 16th, 1984: Commando, starring Mr. T makes its film debut, sparking controversy over the graphic violence...

March 2nd, 1985: Metal Gear starring Mr. T makes its hit debut, further sealing the reputation of Mr. T as an action film star,...

September 27th, 1985: Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake starring Mr. T is considered his most controversial piece, especially with the level of violence of the film....

February 14th, 1986: The Living Daylights starring Mr. T makes its hit debut, with the action star being invited to the White House for a screening of the film....
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Old January 21st, 2013, 01:43 AM
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November 16th, 1984: Commando, starring Mr. T makes its film debut, sparking controversy over the graphic violence...

March 2nd, 1985: Metal Gear starring Mr. T makes its hit debut, further sealing the reputation of Mr. T as an action film star,...

September 27th, 1985: Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake starring Mr. T is considered his most controversial piece, especially with the level of violence of the film....

February 14th, 1986: The Living Daylights starring Mr. T makes its hit debut, with the action star being invited to the White House for a screening of the film....
Interesting, especially the last one, since Mr. T is an African-American. I am not complaining, but that is certainly a strange twist in events.....
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Here are a few more PODs based on the idea that some pop culture items have been altered drastically:

First is one franchise:

September 18th, 1987: (insert title here) starring Soviet action star Ivan Petrushinov and American comedian Eddie Murphy makes its hit film debut, billed as the first Soviet-American action film...

August 3rd, 1989: (insert title here) starring Soviet action star Ivan Petrushinov and American comedian Eddie Murphy makes its hit film debut, with the film duo going to Moscow and New York City, New York....

August 10th, 1995: (insert title here) starring Soviet action star Ivan Petrushinov and American comedian Eddie Murphy makes its hit film debut, sparks controversy with action taking place in Madrid, Spain and Paris, France....
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Here is an image to show how Britiain is different in the ATL:

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Here are a few more PODs to show that VR pornography and i-dosing will have some significant changes on the youth culture of the ATL:


August 10th, 2000: Jarkko Oikarinen popularizes the "neuro-link" for "i-dosing" and "VRX" (e.g. virtual reality based pornography/sex) in Helsinki, Finland...

November 12th, 2002: Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau propose the idea of the Cybernet being used as a "pirate utopia" during a speech in London, England..."

December 30th, 2003: MS-3 is established as the standard for "i-dosing" Cybernet devices across the globe, starting in San Francisco, California....

April 21st, 2009: WinJam Cybernet application is created in Mountain View, California, creating a greater demand for "i-dosing" and "VRX" material, despite efforts of a "virtual crackdown"....

October 28th, 2010: Digital Security Protections Act (DSPA) is passed unanimously by Congress, in an effort to ban "i-dosing" and "VRX" (e.g. virtual reality pornography)...

June 22nd, 2011: Shawn Fanning of San Francisco, California establishes the Rhapsody "i-dosing service", providing cheap and reliable service for "i-dosing" and "VRX" (e.g. virtual reality pornography), sparking international controversy....

October 28th, 2012: D-Noid, "i-dosing service" is credited with the mass distribution and craze for the narcotic "TruBlood", which grants users the sensation of being a vampire....

October 30th, 2012: BL1DR X-Change, "i-dosing service" is shutdown by the DEA, amidst complaints of copyright infringement litigation, and investigation by the FDA...
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Here are a few PODs to show that the ATL's "i-dosing" and "VRX" fetishes are pretty widespread:

March 17th, 2005: The largest "child VRX" ring is investigated in Copenhagen, Denmark by INTERPOL, after rumors of underage sex workers begin leaking on Cybernet chat sites....

July 3rd, 2007: TIME magazine conducts an expose on the "VRX epidemic" (e.g. virtual reality pornography), sparking a national debate amongst social conservatives.....

February 8th, 2008: Cybernetic Decency Act of 2008; U.S. Congress passes the Cybernetic Decency Act, amidst concerns of the growing "VRX epidemic", and growing pressure from social conservatives in Washington D.C., angering many civil libertarians....

May 10th, 2008: Virtual Association for Youth Protection (VAYP) is formed in an effort to report illegal "i-dosing" and "VRX" sites, considered a "growing social epidemic" in Washington D.C.,....

June 22nd, 2009: Virtual Association for Youth Protection (VAYP) anounces the creation of "Adult Restricted" (AR) website labels, during a press conference in in Washington D.C., sparking outrage amongst civil libertarians...
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Old January 22nd, 2013, 05:24 AM
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Here are a few more PODs based on the idea that some pop culture items have been altered drastically:

First is one franchise:

September 18th, 1987: "Red Cop, Blue Cop" starring Soviet action star Ivan Petrushinov and American comedian Eddie Murphy makes its hit film debut, billed as the first Soviet-American action film...

August 3rd, 1989: "From Times Square to Red Square" starring Soviet action star Ivan Petrushinov and American comedian Eddie Murphy makes its hit film debut, with the film duo going to Moscow and New York City, New York....

August 10th, 1995: "The TGV Connection" starring Soviet action star Ivan Petrushinov and American comedian Eddie Murphy makes its hit film debut, sparks controversy with action taking place in Madrid, Spain and Paris, France....
I tried to make good titles
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Old January 22nd, 2013, 05:50 AM
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I tried to make good titles
And they are quite good!! The idea of "Red Cop, Blue Cop" seems natural for the ATL. If anything, I think we have some real twists developing in the ATL...
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