1974

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Nixon resigns.jpg
US President Richard Nixon accepts his defeat at the hands of the Cabal and announces his resignation on live TV. Part of the deal was that his successor, Gerald Ford would pardon him.
The ousting of Richard Nixon was an important victory for the cabal and cemented George H. W. Bush in his de facto leadership role.

The Watergate coup

Full article: Watergate coup

After the Watergate coup successfully unseated Richard Nixon, he was replaced by the Cabal's more compliant man, Gerald Ford. In October 1974, senator James Abourezk proposed an amendment to prohibit illegal CIA activity, but was overwhelmingly defeated.[citation needed] This, combined with the successful takeover of leadership of the Cabal by George H. W. Bush was to set the scene for Bush's later "massive criminal romp".  

Events

Event
Operation Paperclip
Cold War
Vietnam War
The Troubles
Operation Condor
Great Oil Sniffer Hoax
Watergate coup
1973 Oil crisis
Piazza della Loggia bombing
Birmingham pub bombings
 

New Groups

GroupImageDateType
Keenie Meenie ServicesKeenie Meenie Services.jpg1974 - PresentMilitary ranks
Military
Centre for Policy StudiesCentre for Policy Studies.jpg1974 - PresentThink tank
Fraser InstituteGroup.png1974 - PresentPublic policy think tank
Charity
GlencoreGlencore logo.svg1974 - PresentPublic limited company
United Nations Disengagement Observer ForceUNDOF Crest.JPGJune 1974 - Present
Paedophile Information ExchangeGroup.pngOctober 1974 - 1984Disbanded
 

Groups that were Wound Up

GroupImageDateType
Office of Public SafetyGroup.png1957 - 1974
Aginter PressGroup.pngSeptember 1966 - 1974Front