The reason for Nixon’s ouster?

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Can Presidents really go off script? I think not, but even if it was scripted, it still served as an example I suppose of what could happen if a real person got in, or more realistically, if a real person actually questioned the power structure. I still wonder who’s behind the Rockefeller facade. They can’t be the top.

However, back in the early 1970s, the whole operation had been “infected.” One man, a crook, a President, a liar, an insecure parody of a head of state, Richard Nixon, went off script. He REALLY went off script.

Source: A fantasy that explains Globalism « Jon Rappoport’s Blog

A good question is: can globalism ever be reversed? Will a modern country ever stand up to it in our lifetime? Is it an unstoppable freight train?

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10 thoughts on “The reason for Nixon’s ouster?

    1. babette

      Thank you, Lenny! I’ve simply been devouring his essays over the last few days. I shall check the thread, thanks. Perhaps “polyglot” would be more accurate. Such an ugly word, but what can you do…

      Best Regards,

      1. LennyLeverhulme

        It is an ugly word and versatile too. I first heard it used to describe swinging London when I went there as a boy in the 1970s. “Polyglot London”, which was a clever way of saying multicultural zoo! Happy Mathis-fest.

  1. Carys

    Running the familiar “things can change” script. We’ve been enjoying it over here in the UK with our General Election this week. “A better plan. A better future.” “A brighter, more secure future.” etc.

    At 2.24-2.32 Nixon says: “I give this assurance, the United States has been, and always will be, a trusted and forward-looking trading partner,” which is followed by a (scripted?) nose-wipe.

    The “Pinocchio syndrome” (Hirsch) refers to the character whose wooden nose becomes longer every time he tells a lie. Hirsch suggested that when people lie their nose becomes engorged with blood, and that this produces a sensation that is alleviated by touching or rubbing the nose.

  2. Blue Moon

    This is just off the top of my pointy head at a late hour but I am of the opinion that Nixon was delayed from achieving the White House (1960) until the foundations under JFK and LBJ were so thoroughly compromised that Nixon, odious as he was, could be the lint catcher and take the bulk of the blame so as not to clue anyone in on the deliberate controlled demolition of the culture and the deliberate destruction of the prestige of the government, a public trust that went back to the FDR run New Deal, the phoenix that rose out of the previous controlled demolition that spawned the great depression- There is so much more to say about Tricky Dick and his role in Watergate’s proto-911 spectacle- Resting…

  3. LennyLeverhulme

    Who are the Rockefellers? It would appear, judging from the photographic evidence presented by Miles Mathis in his updated essay “The Hidden King” Nelson Rockefeller was played by at least two, if not three, different actors during the lifetime of the role (see page 71: This/These is/are the man/men who was/were Gerald Ford’s 2IC, lol.

    1. babette

      I cannot thank you enough for directing me to Miles Mathis’ essays, Lenny. My gratitude is boundless!


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