#tdih July 26, 1950: the No Gun Ri Massacre in South Korea, one of the deadliest acts committed by U.S. ground troops in the 20th century. If reports of upwards of 300 civilians killed are correct, then the event is comparable to better known tragedies such as the 1968 My Lai Massacre. This tragic event was barely reported outside of Korea until 1999 when three AP journalists, Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley, and Martha Mendoza, brought the story to international attention. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1pnFgvx
Stand your ground!
Estado actual del gobierno, la prensa y demás
La Hojilla: Fidel Castro Speaks on Moncada
Venezuelan documentary about the July 26, 1953 attack on Moncada army barracks that launched the Cuban Revolution.
احدى مقاتلات الجبهة الشعبية لتحرير فلسطين في احدى المعارك في النبطية بلبنان عام 1982
Popular Front for the Liberartion of Palestine (Marxist-Leninist) militant in the town of Nabatiyye, South Lebanon in 1982
Do you remember how big a deal it was in the media when Israel accused Hamas of this?
Do you see how the information that Hamas weren’t behind it is not being covered by the media?
Over 1,000 dead in Gaza. This was another genocidal Zionist lie.
Me quedo con la última.
Vintage fishnet fetish I think :)