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1983: Robert Bowman, Nena oppose nuclear war threat

99 Red Balloons & Robert Bowman's talk embedded within this article.
In 1984, the hit song 99 Red Balloons, the English language version of 99LuftBallons released in 1983 by the German band Nena, expressed the dread of nuclear war, the outbreak of which many believed to be imminent. As explained by retired United States Air Force Lieutenant-Colonel Robert M. Bowman (1934-2013) who, at the same time, during the years of the Reagan Presidency, started campaigning against the Strategic Defence Initiative (SDI aka "Star Wars"), the fears expressed in 99 Red Balloons were well founded.
The threat posed to world peace by Star Wars, as well as the truth about the 9/11 false flag terrorist attack, staged by figured within the administration of President George W. Bush including Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney, are explained in the embedded interview with Robert Bowman made not long before he died.

 

99 Red Balloons - Nena

 

 

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