Nikita Khrushchev & United Nations
Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev ( – September 11, 1971) led the Soviet Union during part of the Cold War. The United Nations (UN) is an international organization whose stated aims are facilitating cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights, and achievement of world peace. /5
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The purpose of the United Nations should be to protect the essential sovereignty of nations, large and small. Nikita Khrushchev said this!
Re: Debate at United Nations: I would not be surprised if Nikita Khrushchev showed up, and banged his shoe on the table.
Nikita Khrushchev isn't well known today but as the president of the Soviet Union during the Cold War he was certainly a well known figure. On September 29, 1959 he appeared at the United Nations and banged his shoe on the podium. His picture and his prophetic quote from that historic moment are as follows:
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1992 Patriot missile success rate disputed The General Accounting Office reports a 9% success rate during the Gulf War as opposed to the Army's initial report of 80% 1992 Magic Johnson comes out of retirement to play for the Los Angeles Lakers after retiring less than a year earlier. He retired again for good before the season started. 1992 Dr. Benjamin Spock recommends that people should not drink cow's milk. 1988 Discovery launched The space shuttle takes off, ending the 32-month U.S. absence from space since the Challenger disaster. 1982 Tylenol murders The first of seven Chicago-area residents die from cyanide-laced Tylenol capsules. The killer has never been caught. 1960 Cold War At a United Nations conference, Premier of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev twice interrupts a speech by British prime minister Harold Macmillan by shouting out and pounding his desk. Macmillan famously commented, "I should like that to be translated if he wants to say anything." 1953 Make Room for Dad ...
The shoe Nikita Khrushchev used to bang on the United Nations table was purchased by Thom McAn.
Khruschev, Ahmadinejad, Clinton, Roosevelt At the height of the Cold War, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev gave a speech in which he uttered a phrase that interpreted from Russian as "we will bury you." It was taken as chilling threat to bury the U.S. with a nuclear attack and escalated the tension between the U.S. and Russia. However, the translation was a bit too literal. The sense of the Russian phrase was more that "we will live to see you buried" or "we will outlast you." Still not exactly friendly, but not quite so threatening. We are however aware that a similar thing may have happened during Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech to the United Nations several years ago: ..this was the man who, in 2005, generated wide outrage in the West for suggesting that Israel should be "wiped from the map." But even that case said as much about our limited understanding of him and his context as it did about Ahmadinejad himself. The expression "wipe from the map" means "destroy" in English but not in Farsi. In Farsi, it ...
(All scripture quotations are from the King James Version of the Bible) Don't Take the Word of God Lightly When the Lord Jesus told Pilate in John 18:37-38 that He was come into the world to "...bear witness unto the truth...," Pilate asked the question, "what is truth...?" This question has been asked throughout the ages and is asked by many today. What is truth? Which is the right church, etc.? The Lord Jesus gave the answer when He said in John 17:17b, "...Thy word is truth." The Word of God was truth then and it is truth today! Whatever we may call ourselves, the word of God is truth. I remember before I became a Christian while living in southern California that a man by the name of Nikita Khrushchev (the then Premier of the Soviet Union) visited America. During his visit he, as I recall, not only pounded his shoe on the desk at the United Nations, but he also visited a farm in the Midwest that grew corn and stated that in the Soviet Union they only fed corn to their pigs. He also visited Hollywood . ...
Oct. 12, 1960 Nikita Khrushchev pounds his shoe at UN General Assembly session. How much do you know about the United Nations?...
Today is Talk Like A Pirate Day. Also on this day: Giles Corey was pressed to death, President Garfield dies from wounds of July 2 shooting, Charlie Chaplin was barred from re-entering the country, Nikita Khrushchev barred from Disneyland, Solomon Islands join the United Nations, Tipper Gore testifies on obscenity in rock music, Iceman discovered. Born: Ferry Porsche, Adam West, Mama Cass, Twiggy, Trisha Yearwood, Soledad O'Brien. Died: Red Foley, Skeeter Davis.
I truly believe that Liberals can and will, if allowed the opportunity, Destroy America! Just as Nikita Khrushchev, of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, told the United Nations in the early years of the Cold War, "America will fall without a shot being fired. It will fall from within." 'WAKE-UP,' AMERICA! DON'T LET THE COMMUNIST *** 'NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV,' BE 'RIGHT!'
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