Grenada, Poland, and the Pope: Herbert Meyer Explains It All

In this next installment from Herbert Meyer’s YAF lecture on William Casey and the Cold  War, he explains the importance of going on offense against the Soviet Union.  Along the way, he drops some very big hints about the circumstances behind the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II in May of 1981.  (About 9 minutes long.)

Coming later: a hilarious account of how Bill Casey described the misery of being a Politburo member in the 1980s.

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