Dick Nixon Thread

Matthew Wood
Matthew Wood

If you ever wonder why Nixon is portrayed as the most evil scum fuck corrupt president in american history.
Maybe this will help you understad…
cheekyvideos.net/evalion/Top10 Nixon Quotes.html
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Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith

Dick Nixion knew about Jews and Fags, but he believed that conservative Jews such as Barry Goldwater and his own Henry Kissinger were "Good Jews", and aided the state of Israel and the Zionist Cause because he thought these were things the "Good Jews" wanted. He also "solved the School Bussing Problem". Because of this, many Conservative Jews adore him and make documentaries about him in a positive light. Dick Nixon was therefore a cuck.

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Jaxson Cruz
Jaxson Cruz

This is the most important single article I've ever read about Nixon. I highly recommend it.

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Mark Felt as Deep Throat counseled his listeners to "follow the money," advice that Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein smartly heeded. There is another money trail from the Nixon years that has yet to be fully explored: It is a trail that suggests Richard Nixon and/or operatives within the Nixon White House ordered the 1972 assassination of Alabama governor George Wallace, the populist agitator, segregationist, racist, ex-boxer, and vortex of Southern politics who presented the chief threat to Nixon's incumbency. The bulldoggish Wallace himself candidly told reporters two years after the gunshots had paralyzed his legs and confined him to a wheelchair: "I think my attempted assassination was part of a conspiracy."

If we are to build a case for Wallace's charge against Nixon and/or Nixon's henchmen–specifically the key figures of Charles "Chuck" Colson, the man who as White House special counsel once advised his president to firebomb the liberal Brookings Institution, who today is a powerful leader in the evangelical Christian movement; Everett Howard Hunt, the ex-CIA spook hired by Colson for "black ops," including the bungled Watergate break-in that occurred less than one month after the Wallace shooting; and G. Gordon Liddy, former FBI agent turned White House counsel turned dirty trickster under Colson, today a popular conservative radio host–we should rely on the two structural elements that commonly form an indictment for murder: motive and circumstantial evidence. The motive was clear. The circumstantial evidence is overwhelming.

The Motive
In the 1968 presidential election that brought Nixon to office on the slimmest of margins–Nixon defeated Democratic candidate Hubert Humphrey by seven tenths of one percent–George Wallace as a candidate with the American Independent Party (AIP) carried an astonishing five states and 14 percent of the popular vote, some 10 million voters. "Not since Theodore Roosevelt's Bull Moose Party emerged in 1912," Newsweek noted, "has a third party [the AIP] so seriously challenged the two party system." The Wallace/AIP machine sparked a stomach-churning panic among Republicans under Nixon, given that Wallace had locked up a conservative Southern bloc that otherwise would have voted almost wholly for Nixon (four out of five Wallace voters told pollsters in 1968 that without Wallace in the running Nixon was their man by default; conservatives, Southern conservatives especially, could not countenance the Democratic presidential nominee, Hubert Humphrey, a liberal Minnesotan). Conversely, if Wallace had carried one percent more of the popular vote in two different states, he would have denied Nixon the electoral votes needed for victory, throwing the contest into the >Democratic-controlled House of >Representatives, which was expected to install Humphrey.
As early as 1966, Nixon was telling Harry Dent, his Southern strategist–who would later head an intelligence gathering operation against George Wallace that Nixon dubbed "Wallace Watch"–that Wallace was the man he "feared most."
In 1970, with Wallace topping out on the president's growing "enemies list," Nixon secretly taps into a $1.9 million cash slush fund to help bankroll the campaign of Wallace's opponent, Albert Brewer, with infusions that eventually come to $400,000, a third of Brewer's entire campaign budget. Wallace is narrowly re-elected and fresh from victory goes on the road attacking Nixon in preparation for a 1972 run, again as a third party insurgent. The New Yorker pronounces him "an awesome and disquieting presence in national politics."
During 1970, Nixon also orders the IRS to chase after the personal and business finances of Wallace and his brother, Gerald, a corrupt tycoon, in an effort to derail Wallace's re-election to the state house. Dubbed the Alabama Project by U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell, at least 75 IRS officers are assigned to what becomes a very expensive fishing expedition, turning up nothing. Still, according to one account, the investigation is allegedly dropped in exchange for Wallace annulling his third-party presidential candidacy in 1972 and opting instead to run as a Democrat.

Cameron Lopez
Cameron Lopez

pushed HMO
backed vietnam war
not corrupt
Every president is corrupt.
Every president since Lincoln has been progressively more corrupt.

Leo Williams
Leo Williams

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Wyatt Cook
Wyatt Cook

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Left versus Right
Zionists versus Bolsheviks
Judaism versus Christianity

It's all the same jewish scheme, i.e. pretend you're fighting but you're on the same side. Jews disagree on how to jew but always assist each other.

Sebastian Lopez
Sebastian Lopez

He killed the international gold standard in 1971, not a shred of doubt the jews had something on him or threatened to kill him. Nixon and FDR gave the jews all the power they would ever need with the central bank.

Asher Turner
Asher Turner

Here's the jew written speech Nixon gave on August 15, 1971.

James Stewart
James Stewart

For the record this wasnt suppose to be a
"lets all suck off nixon thread"
just a thread to discuss nixon, the good and the bad and why he is hated.
All im pointing it out is that there is one reason and one reason only (((the press))) EVER portrays anyone in a negative light
and its because they in some shape or form appose ((their)) plans.
Its why Stalin is portrayed as "the most evil dictator of the soviet union"
when ((lennin)) and (((((((((trotsky))))))))) barely even get a mention in history class
stalin killed some jews to consolidate power and didnt always go along with all of the kikes plans
which is why he is remembered as the quinticential "mass murder of the soviet union"
when the ((bolshivic)) revolution itself arguably killed twice to three times as man
pic related

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Jaxon Watson
Jaxon Watson

because he spoke openly about the Jews

Charles Diaz
Charles Diaz

I disagree. I side with many then-contemporary arguments of the Leftist in that he committed numerous crimes while in office, as well as his involvement in Vietnam. Nixon did break the law in regards to The Watergate Affair, and did attempt to cover it up. He made a list of political enemies and used his power to attempt to go after these individuals. Almost all actions he created in his presidency were wrong-headed, and he was also the president to get us completly off the Gold Standard (which had deteriorated to the "Federal Reserve Note", with the last holdouts there). There is also some evidence to suggest he collaborated with Lindon Banes Johnson and George Herbert-Walker Bush in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Luke Ward
Luke Ward

I never heard of this. Amazing.

Caleb Harris
Caleb Harris

user but all of our politicans do this shit.
Find me one president in modern history who didnt break the constition in some fashion or an other, at the very least taking military action without congresses express approval (as the constitution demands)
The difference is
he got taken out office.
Largely at the hands of the (((press))) i might add
you might be a scum fuck pedophilic faggot
but that doesnt get you taken out in this country
only one thing does.
Resisiting ((((them))))

Nathan Kelly
Nathan Kelly

youtube.com/watch?v=Q4PC8Luqiws

Adrian Watson
Adrian Watson

I'm a big fan of Nixon. If you go listen to his tapes, he's so lucid. He wasn't one of those mindless puppets that they stuffed into the White House before and after him. He also managed to maintain his naturally good instincts, without getting utterly neutered by his advisers, like Trump. The man was a political genius too, both in his personal duties, and in foreign policy. He's the American Bismarck.

Haven't most Zig Forumsacks gone through that phase where you separate "national jews" from "international jews?" I remember years back when I'd hold up that Churchill article on the topic, where he admits kikes were behind communism. It takes quite awhile to fully understand that ALL jews are bad jews. Or at least it took me awhile to understand that jews are genetically flawed, and that their collective unconscious is satanic.

Lincoln Diaz
Lincoln Diaz

He wasn't one of those mindless puppets
He oversaw the deregulation that led to the 2008 financial crisis you stupid motherfucker.

Sebastian Morales
Sebastian Morales

He was a nut. Look you guys have got to stop extolling this or that party. Nixon was fucked up.

Drunk in charge (part two)

For most of his political life Richard Nixon was prey to drink, prescription drugs and fits of rage. Talking to Nixon's psychotherapist and key figures in his administration, Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan piece together, for the first time, the events that culminated, astonishingly, in the president being asleep and incapable when his country went on nuclear alert against the Soviets

Saturday 2 September 2000
guardian.co.uk

At Key Biscayne, according to a Secret Service source, Nixon once lost his temper during a conversation about Cambodia. "He just got pissed," the agent quoted eyewitnesses as saying. "They were half in the tank, sitting around the pool drinking. And Nixon got on the phone and said: 'Bomb the shit out of them!'"
"If the president had his way," Kissinger growled to aides more than once, "there would be a nuclear war each week!" This may not have been an idle jest. The CIA's top Vietnam specialist, George Carver, reportedly said that in 1969, when the North Koreans shot down a US spy plane, "Nixon became incensed and ordered a tactical nuclear strike… The Joint Chiefs were alerted and asked to recommend targets, but Kissinger got on the phone to them. They agreed not to do anything until Nixon sobered up in the morning."

The allegation of flirting with nuclear weaponry is not an isolated one. Nixon had been open to the use of tactical nuclear weapons in Vietnam as early as 1954 and as president-elect in 1968 had talked of striking "a blow that would both end the war and win it". A Kissinger aide who moved over to the White House, David Young, told a colleague "of the time he was on the phone [listening] when Nixon and Kissinger were talking. Nixon was drunk, and he said, 'Henry, we've got to nuke them.' "

The 1972 election, when Nixon won his second term as president, was, as predicted, a landslide. Yet it was from the beginning a peculiarly joyless triumph, the start of an administration doomed to disaster - as the Watergate affair unravelled and many of Nixon's closest aides were either prosecuted or resigned - and culminating, eventually, in Nixon's own resignation. The firing of Haldeman and Ehrlichman, press aide Ron Ziegler, thought, was Nixon's lowest emotional moment. "He looked out of the window and said, 'Ron, it's over.' And I knew he was referring to himself and the presidency."

Nixon actually spoke of resigning in the spring of 1973, 16 months before the final fall. "Maybe," he told Kissinger during one after-dinner phone session, "we'll even consider the possibility of, frankly, just throwing myself on the sword… and letting [Vice President] Agnew take it. What the hell." Kissinger told him not even to consider it.

Nixon brought up the subject of resignation twice more in the weeks that followed, with his family. Pat urged him to fight on, as did his daughters, arguing that the country needed him. Kissinger considered what he was seeing was nothing less than "the disintegration of a government that a few weeks earlier had appeared invulnerable. The president lived in the stunned lethargy of a man whose nightmares had come true… Like a figure in Greek tragedy, he was fulfilling his own nature and destroying himself."

In June, a year to the day after the Watergate arrests, when former White House counsel John Dean was about to testify before the Senate, Nixon received the Soviet leader, Leonid Brezhnev. He had insisted on going ahead with the summit, Kissinger believed, because "to concede that his ability to govern had been impaired would accelerate the assault on his presidency". Yet the fact was, in Kissinger's view, that Watergate had "deprived him of the attention span he needed to give intellectual impetus to SALT" - the arms control talks.

According to his biographer, Senator Sam Ervin discussed just such a possibility with majority leader Mike Mansfield before they decided on the Watergate probe. It had been, even then, "that thing which was the main fear and therefore the prime issue. Which wasn't whether or not Nixon was a crook. Millions had been talking on both sides of that issue for more than a quarter century now. Everyone knew what the prime issue was. A certain thumb moving awkwardly towards a certain red button, a certain question of sanity… Query: if the man who holds the thumb over the button is mad..

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John Wright
John Wright

Even when he was VP to Ike, he was always this weird shifty eyed dude. You know, back in the early colonial era, the fucking Quakers were hugely unpopular. They were self righteous insulting assholes who would walk into a neighborhood church and dump a bucket of shit and piss in the middle of the church and proclaim the church was as unclean as the contents of the bucket. They were NOT popular. You know sort of like the mormons. If there's this guy and everybody says he's an asshole, chances are he is.

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Joshua Flores
Joshua Flores

Nixon did nothing wrong. Except, maybe, in Cambodia.

Austin Lewis
Austin Lewis

Or in his involvement in the U.S. economy, or in being a Republican, or in Operation Nickel Grass. You know nothing.

John Nguyen
John Nguyen

Maybe he was shit not for what knew, but what he chose not to do with the knowledge he had?

Asher Wright
Asher Wright

And being really anti gun

Isaiah Flores
Isaiah Flores

(((Kissinger)))
oy vey this was one crazy goy believe me!
Wow another “Jew wise” Zig Forumsyp who believes whatever a Jew says.

Elijah Wright
Elijah Wright

Churchill was almost never sober and he is widely considered the best western leader of the 20th century, how does that compute?

Evan Johnson
Evan Johnson

But what guns did he ban? That was your boy Ronnie Reagan that enacted bans, then bush and Clinton banned more.
Who gives a fuck about guns anyways, you conservo-tards treat them like your dragon dildo collection anyways.

Owen Robinson
Owen Robinson

Let's not forget OSHA. What a list of crimes he committed. Seriously, Arthur Burns was one of the finest Fed chairs of the post war era. Powell can't hold a candle to him.

Jack Price
Jack Price

They probably hate him because he was one of the only exceptions to the smooth talking good looking Jew front man.
Also why they love Trump.

Chase White
Chase White

The *real* real reason the left hated Nixon is that he was such a successful anti-Communist in his younger days.

The Commies Nixon went after got prosecuted and went to prison, and he moved on to Vice President and later president.

Unlike Joe McCarthy, who made a lot of accusations that didn't stick and got expelled from the senate.

If McCarthy was right, Nixon was even more right and truly successful.

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Kevin Campbell
Kevin Campbell

Bombing of Dresden, a non industrial city where Women and children took refuge?
setting up German for WWII
Giving aid and assistance to Stalin?
Having foreknowledge of the Pearl Harbor attack?

That drunk fucker?

Carter Roberts
Carter Roberts

bump

Oliver Miller
Oliver Miller

This guy gets it.

Noah Russell
Noah Russell

Nixon is totally memory-holed for my generation. I know basically nothing about what he did and stood for.

Eli Cox
Eli Cox

Very interesting. Nixon is extremely pre-occupied with what happened to Wallace in The Haldeman Diaries.

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Benjamin Davis
Benjamin Davis

iirc he supported McCarthy
t. Nixon's (((psychotherapist)))

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Adrian Carter
Adrian Carter

Shut the fuck up you civic nationalist Republikike boomer.
Nixon was garbage and so are you.

Hitler did nothing wrong, JFK did nothing wrong, gas every kike.

Jacob Robinson
Jacob Robinson

(((WaterGate))) is this big boogyman word, but I think most people who refer to it barely even understand what it was about. Wasn't it just the 1972 version of the 2016 release of Podesta's e-mails?

Why exactly should the major political parties deserve a bunch of fucking privacy anyway?

Matthew Clark
Matthew Clark

Dick Nixon was a White Jew

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Ian Sanders
Ian Sanders

when you look at the moment when the USA decided to start shipping all its jobs and industry and technology out to the murderous chicoms who had just finished massacring 70 million innocent people it was Nixon's trip to China negotiated by the evil insane jew Kissinger that started the process. (Kissenger really wanted to get into the Kennedy White House but Smiling Jack thought he was a dangerous lunatic)

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