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Condemn Air Rhodesia Airliners Massacres by Terrorists!

Condemn Air Rhodesia Airliners Massacres by Terrorists!

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The Government and people of the United States of America, The Secretary General of the United Nations

Terrorism is Terrorism...And yet...There's an ongoing failure by Governments to condemn these atrocities.A scheduled passenger flight, RH825 with just civilians on board, was deliberately shot down by Communist-backed terrorists on 3 September 1978 - and then, 5 months later, in February 1979, another passenger airliner, RH827, another civilian flight, in an almost identical cowardly attack on innocents...by ZIPRA

There was a “Deafening Silence” from the US government and the United Nations!

This was highlighted in a sermon by the late Very Reverend John da Costa known as The Deafening Silence. You can download a recording of his sermon at Viscountdown.com

This was an act of terrorism - and it is compounded by the moral cowardice shown by successive governments who fail to acknowledge this.

We want the world to know and people to deplore the failure of their Governments to articulate this, even to this day!

We commend the work done by Keith Nell and his Viscount Down Team to ensure that these atrocities are not forgotten. See more at Viscountdown.com

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