Richard Nixon

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Person.png Richard Nixon   C-SPAN IMDB Powerbase Sourcewatch Spartacus WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
(Lawyer, Politician)
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Born Richard Milhous Nixon
Yorba Linda, California, U.S.
Died 1994-04-22 (Age 81)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Nationality US
Alma mater Whittier College, Duke University
Religion Quaker
Children • Patricia "Tricia"
• Julie
Parents • Frank Nixon
• Hannah Milhous Nixon
Spouse Pat Ryan
Member of Le Cercle
Supposed perpetrator of Watergate coup
Party Republican
A relatively independent US president who may have been removed from power because he was planning to expose the conspiracy to assassinate JFK.

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In office
January 20, 1969 - August 9, 1974
Employer US Government
Deputy Gerald Ford, Spiro Agnew
Preceded by Lyndon Johnson
Succeeded by Gerald Ford
Nixon resigned in the wake of the Watergate coup. The public were heavily misinformed about this, but knowing what he was up against, Nixon decided not to challenge the cabal which removed him from power. The first act of his successor was to pardon him from future legal action, thus effectively preventing legal action and permanently blackening his name.

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In office
January 20, 1953 - January 20, 1961
Boss Dwight D. Eisenhower
Preceded by Alben Barkley
Succeeded by Lyndon Johnson
Bush backed.

Employment.png United States Senator from California

In office
December 4, 1950 - January 1, 1953

Richard Nixon was a US president, removed from office by the cabal, which engineered Watergate because they were concerned that he was planning to expose the Assassination of JFK. Russ Baker comments that "the Nixon-Bush relationship is not well understood".[1] Without citing a source, Mark Gorton claims that "in 1945, Richard Nixon was a US Navy lawyer assigned to look in[to] captured Nazi documents which showed Nazi collusion with Allen Dulles. In exchange for helping to cover up the Dulles war time treason, Allen Dulles and Prescott Bush agreed to help finance Nixon's political career."[2]

Political ambitions

Richard Nixon was backed in the 1940s by the Bush Family.[3] In an act of what was termed "political self-immolation" Nixon lost "his 1962 comeback race for California governor" and resentfully told the press, “You don’t have Nixon to kick around anymore.”[4]

JFK Assassination

In 1963 Richard Nixon was a corporate lawyer for Pepsi-Cola. On their behalf he took a "quick business trip" to Dallas 20th of November 1963, and so was there on the morning of the JFK Assassination.[4][3] Some have suggested that when Nixon talked about the "Bay of Pigs thing", he was in fact referring to the JFK hit. When asked by Senator Howard Baker what he knew about the event, Nixon replied: "You don't want to know."[5]

US Presidential Election

Full article: Stub class article 1968 US Presidential Election

On Aug. 8, 1968, Richard Nixon, as Republican party presidential nominee, in the last hour before he was to announce his choice of a running mate, switched from John Volpe to Spiro Agnew.[6]

Vietnam War

Full article: Vietnam War

In 1969, Nixon told his speechwriters Ray Price, Pat Buchanan and Richard Whalen that "I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s no way to win the war. But we can’t say that, of course. In fact we have to seem to say the opposite, just to keep some degree of bargaining leverage."[7]

Giant Lance

On October 27, 1969, in what Jeremi Suri termed "a strategy of premeditated madness"[8] Nixon ordered operation Giant Lance, in which eighteen B-52 bombers armed with nuclear weapons to launch from bases in California and the state of Washington, to cross Alaska, were they were refueled in mid-air by KC-135 air tankers, while flying an oval pattern around the polar ice cap toward the Soviet Union and back for eighteen hours. This failed to get the Soviet Union to back down about Vietnam.[9]


Nixon had some Whitehouse conversations recorded, providing an insight into in the thinking process of the US President.

Deaths in Vietnam

Nixon: The only place where you and I disagree is with regard to the bombing. You're so goddamned concerned about civilians and I don't give a damn. I don't care.
Kissinger: I'm concerned about the civilians because I don't want the world to be mobilized against you as a butcher.

Nuclear weapon use

On April 25, 1972, Nixon was recorded on tape suggesting using nuclear weapons in the war in Vietnam. "I'd rather use the nuclear bomb," he told Henry Kissinger. "That, I think, would just be too much," National Security Advisor Kissinger replied. Nixon responded, "The nuclear bomb. Does that bother you?" Later Nixon remarked, "I just want you to think big."[10]

Facing questions by reporters about possible impeachment, Richard Nixon remarked in 1974: "I can go into my office and pick up the telephone, and in 25 minutes, 70 million people will be dead".[11]


Full article: Watergate Coup

Mark Gorton explains that what is referred to by the commercially-controlled media as the "Watergate Scandal" was in fact a coup by the cabal to remove Nixon from power. He went along with this and was duly pardoned by his successor, Ford to prevent any legal light from revealing what really happened.[3]

Deep Political Connections

Personal contacts between the Nixon administration and Le Cercle go back to December 1970, when National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger and an NSC staff member secretly met with the Cercle leaders at David Rockefeller’s residence in New York.[12] Richard Nixon personally attended the 1983 Bonn meeting of Le Cercle.[13]

Cabal allegation

In 1993, Harry Miller, a Vietnam War veteran, sued Richard Nixon, together with Bill Clinton, Larry Silverstein, Ross Perot and Colin Powell, alleging that they had perpetrated acts including serial murder for 25 years, since the war in Vietnam, as part of a conspiracy to distribute heroin. In January 1994, a New York court threw out the suit; an appeal by Miller was later rejected. The suit was not reported by the commercially-controlled media at the time.[14]


Appointments by Richard Nixon

Thomas Patrick MeladyUnited States Ambassador to Uganda19721973
Thomas Patrick MeladyUnited States Ambassador to Burundi4 November 196925 May 1972
Vernon A. WaltersDeputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency2 May 19722 July 1976

Event Participated in

Le Cercle/1983 (Bonn)30 June 1983 - 3 July 1983Bonn


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