I mean Lodge would have been Nixon's Vice President in this timeline, so he's probably saying something similar to what Lyndon Johnson said after JFK was shot.He doesn't look like he's expounding upon Nixon's virtues, I wonder what he's actually talking about. My mind immediately thought "What's the deal with airline food?"
Oswald Mosley became a centenarian!?! What a nightmare!View attachment 858757
The New York Times headlines, December 13 2000.
This day would be remebered as the most important day in history, US and NATO allied forces invaded the most terror and weirdest pariah small regime- Ingsoc, which came in powerafter the bloody seconld England civil war ( 1953-1959 ), has ruled the British isles for 51 years, ingsoc is the most totalitarian, most oppressive and the most mysterious state in the world. US and NATO wanna take back their old allies back for the long time. After 51 years dark ages, they finally got the chances, and succeed.
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A part from the New York Times Dec 13 2000
The ruler of the Ingsoc, Oswald Mosley ( 1896-2001 ) had been captured by the allied forces and executed next year
Notes: I made these with Word, finding the specific fonts was the most difficult part to me