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    Exclamation Excellent opening from Tucker on Nixon and Biden 1.19.23

    “The spirits of darkness are now among us. We have to be on guard so that we may realize what is happening when we encounter them and gain a real idea of where they are to be found. The most dangerous thing you can do in the immediate future will be to give yourself up unconsciously to the influences which are definitely present.” ~ Rudolf Steiner



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    I will add this...Wray at WEF

    “The spirits of darkness are now among us. We have to be on guard so that we may realize what is happening when we encounter them and gain a real idea of where they are to be found. The most dangerous thing you can do in the immediate future will be to give yourself up unconsciously to the influences which are definitely present.” ~ Rudolf Steiner

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    Roughly ten year later, the people elected Ronald Reagan with the hope that he could turn things around.

    They shot him for his troubles, sadly for them he survived but he was diminished from that day forward.

    Roughly ten years later, the American people tried to change Congress instead and elected a GOP majority with a firebrand speaker who swore that things would finally change.

    They then blew up a federal building in Oklahoma City, killing over 150 people and a bunch of kids, giving them the green light to crush the growing resistance to the fedgov.

    Roughly ten years later, the American people just barely elected a weak and complaint GOP president who squeaked into office on a SCOTUS ruling.

    Then they allowed Saudi terrorists the free reign needed to carry out 9/11.

    Roughly ten years later, after the American people had had enough of both the Clintons and the 8 year rule of a Kenyan Muslim Communist named Barry Sotoro, they elected Donald Trump.

    This infuriated the deep state state so badly that it used it's illegal funding of viral research in Communist China to unleash a man mad bio-weapon on the world, killing millions of people in process, all to discredit and remove Trump.

    The Marxist wreckers started their revolution the year before I was born and have been working on all their and my lifetimes.

    I have seen and remember and recall each of these incidents, how each one resulted in less and less freedom.

    They are now fully entrenched: their Long March has been successful beyond their wildest dreams, they effectively control all branches of government and it's massive bureaucracies, the biggest and most powerful of all transnational corporations, the school system from K to post grad collegiate level, the media organs, entertainment and sportsball monopolies.

    And we, the remnant, are on the verge of being wiped out in a hellish genocide that gains steam every day.

    And we can not even find the strength to acknowledge what has happened to our country and our civilization, let alone muster the will to fight and protect it, even if a lost cause.
    "Truly, whoever can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." - Voltaire

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    I feel like Tucker's been talking to Roger Stone...

    Deeper context:

    "And now that the legislators and do-gooders have so futilely inflicted so many systems upon society, may they finally end where they should have begun: May they reject all systems, and try liberty; for liberty is an acknowledgment of faith in God and His works." - Bastiat

    "It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere." - Voltaire

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    "Truly, whoever can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." - Voltaire

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    i didn't know any of that, my impression from high school history was that Nixon was terrible and widely derided as a criminal. Also didn't realize how Ford was appointed instead of elected.

    Mind blowing stuff!
    I just want objectivity on this forum and will point out flawed sources or points of view at my leisure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudea View Post
    i didn't know any of that, my impression from high school history was that Nixon was terrible and widely derided as a criminal. Also didn't realize how Ford was appointed instead of elected.

    Mind blowing stuff!
    Nixon had promised to end the Vietnam War, and eventually he did pull out all American troops. That tends to be unpopular with the MIC Swamp.

    President Richard Nixon’s 14 Addresses to the Nation on Vietnam

    The most pressing problem facing Richard Nixon when he assumed the presidency on January 20, 1969, was the war in Vietnam. When he took office, nearly 36,000 Americans had been killed in Vietnam. During the 1968 campaign, Nixon promised to end the war in Vietnam, secure the return of American POWs, and create a framework for a generation of peace.
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    Rumble version, for when the Youtube version gets removed.


    https://rumble.com/v26d7z4-tucker-drops-big-truths.html
    "Foreign aid is taking money from the poor people of a rich country, and giving it to the rich people of a poor country." - Ron Paul
    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Pharma-Corporate-Internet-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
    "Totally free immigration? I've never taken that position. I believe in national sovereignty." - Ron Paul

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    The views and opinions expressed here are solely my own, and do not represent this forum or any other entities or persons.



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    To say that Nixon was the most popular President in US history based solely on his margin of victory in the popular vote is BS. If you look at the percentage of the popular vote of the winning candidate Nixon's second term (60.7%) comes behind Lyndon Johnson (61.1%) and FDR's second term (60.8%).

    Of course even that is misleading since it doesn't take into account all the people eligible to vote who didn't vote. Given that Nixon's opponent in 1972 was George McGovern, it's reasonable to assume that many didn't want to vote for either.

    Carlson makes it sounds as if Nixon and Agnew didn't do anything wrong and were simply forced out by the "Deep State". What hogwash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny Tufts View Post
    To say that Nixon was the most popular President in US history based solely on his margin of victory in the popular vote is BS. If you look at the percentage of the popular vote of the winning candidate Nixon's second term (60.7%) comes behind Lyndon Johnson (61.1%) and FDR's second term (60.8%).

    Of course even that is misleading since it doesn't take into account all the people eligible to vote who didn't vote. Given that Nixon's opponent in 1972 was George McGovern, it's reasonable to assume that many didn't want to vote for either.

    Carlson makes it sounds as if Nixon and Agnew didn't do anything wrong and were simply forced out by the "Deep State". What hogwash.
    You would know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny Tufts View Post
    To say that Nixon was the most popular President in US history based solely on his margin of victory in the popular vote is BS. If you look at the percentage of the popular vote of the winning candidate Nixon's second term (60.7%) comes behind Lyndon Johnson (61.1%) and FDR's second term (60.8%).

    Of course even that is misleading since it doesn't take into account all the people eligible to vote who didn't vote. Given that Nixon's opponent in 1972 was George McGovern, it's reasonable to assume that many didn't want to vote for either.

    Carlson makes it sounds as if Nixon and Agnew didn't do anything wrong and were simply forced out by the "Deep State". What hogwash.
    It shows what I was trying to tell people back in 2019.

    This ain't 1972 America anymore.



    George McGovern was a "conventional" liberal that had converted from being a Republican, in addition to a being decorated WWII B-24 pilot.

    He was no Barry Soetoro Kenyan Marxist nor a John Biden incoherent wrecker doing the bidding of the Marxist Uni-Party
    Last edited by Anti Federalist; 01-20-2023 at 06:39 PM.
    "Truly, whoever can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." - Voltaire

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    Mcgovern may be the least offensive dem candidate for pres since 1900.
    Do something Danke

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnay View Post
    Here's some of the script, from about the the 6 minute mark in the video.





    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/vi...residency.html


    By contrast, how many voters do you think are lying awake right now worrying that public officials might violate some obscure federal classification law? None, not a single person. No one outside Washington cares or even understands the issue and yet it is classified documents, not our open borders, that the Justice Department is punishing Joe Biden for. Why is that? What's going on here? Well, it's simple. Washington is protecting itself. Joe Biden alone is responsible for this crime.

    He alone took home classified documents. He didn't have help in doing that, but allowing the country to be invaded, that's not something you can do by yourself. So, if Biden were to be taken down for opening the southern border, a lot of other people would go with them. He had a lot of accomplices. Permanent Washington doesn't want that and ultimately and here's the point: Permanent Washington is in charge. It's not the democracy you imagined. We're seeing that now.

    So, if you want to understand, if you really want to understand how the American government actually works at the highest levels, and if you want to know why they don't teach history anymore, one thing you should know is that the most popular president in American history was Richard Nixon. Richard Nixon. Yet somehow, without a single vote being cast by a single American voter, Richard Nixon was kicked out of office and replaced by the only unelected president in American history. So, we went for the most popular president to a president nobody voted for. Wait a minute, you may ask, why didn't I know that? Wasn't Richard Nixon a criminal?

    Wasn't he despised by all decent people? No, he wasn't. In fact, if any president could claim to be the people's choice, it was Richard Nixon. Richard Nixon was re-elected in 1972 by the largest margin of the popular vote ever recorded before or since. Nixon got 17 million more votes than his opponent. Less than two years later, he was gone. He was forced to resign and in his place, an obedient servant of the federal agencies called Gerald Ford took over the White House.

    How did that happen? Well, it's a long story, but here are the highlights and they tell you a lot. Richard Nixon believes that elements in the federal bureaucracy were working to undermine the American system of government and had been doing that for a long time. He often said that. He was absolutely right. On June 23, 1972, Nixon met with the then–CIA director, Richard Helms, at the White House. During the conversation, which thankfully was tape-recorded, Nixon suggested he knew "who shot John," meaning President John F. Kennedy. Nixon further implied that the CIA was directly involved in Kennedy's assassination, which we now know it was. Helms's telling response? Total silence, but for Nixon, it didn't matter because it was already over. Four days before, on June 19, The Washington Post had published the first of many stories about a break-in at the Watergate office building.

    Unbeknownst to Nixon and unreported by The Washington Post, four of the five burglars worked for the CIA. The first of many dishonest Watergate stories was written by a 29-year-old metro reporter called Bob Woodward. Who exactly was Bob Woodward? Well, he wasn't a journalist. Bob Woodward had no background whatsoever in the news business. Instead, Bob Woodward came directly from the classified areas of the federal government. Shortly before Watergate, Woodward was a naval officer at the Pentagon.

    He had a top-secret clearance. He worked regularly with the intel agencies. At times, Woodward was even detailed to the Nixon White House, where he interacted with Richard Nixon's top aides. Soon after leaving the Navy, for reasons that have never been clear, Woodward was hired by the most powerful news outlet in Washington and assigned the biggest story in the country. Just to make it crystal clear what was actually happening, Woodward's main source for his Watergate series was the deputy director of the FBI, Mark Felt, and Mark Felt ran — and we're not making this up — the FBI's COINTELPRO program, which was designed to secretly discredit political actors, the federal agencies wanted to destroy — people like Richard Nixon. And at the same time, those same agencies were also working to take down Nixon's elected vice president, Spiro Agnew. In the fall of 1973, Agnew was indicted for tax evasion and forced to resign. His replacement was a colorless congressman from Grand Rapids called Gerald Ford.

    What was Ford's qualification for the job? Well, he had served on the Warren Commission, which absolved the CIA of responsibility for President Kennedy's murder. Nixon was strong-armed into accepting Gerald Ford by Democrats in Congress. "We gave Nixon no choice but Ford," Speaker of the House Carl Albert later boasted. Eight months later, Gerald Ford of the Warren Commission was the president of the United States. See how that works? So those are the facts, not speculation. All of that actually happened. None of it's secret. Most of it actually is on Wikipedia, but no mainstream news organization has ever told that story. It's so obvious, yet it's intentionally ignored and as a result, permanent Washington remains in charge of our political system.

    Unelected lifers in the federal agencies make the biggest decisions in American government and crush anyone who tries to rein them in and in the process, our democracy becomes a joke. Now, you may have noticed that the very first person in the Trump administration the agencies went after was Gen. Michael Flynn. Why Flynn? Because Mike Flynn was a career Army intel officer who ran the Defense Intelligence Agency. In other words, Mike Flynn knew exactly how the system worked, and as a result, he was capable of fighting back. Four days after Donald Trump's inauguration, the FBI lured Mike Flynn into a meeting without his lawyer, concocted a series of fake crimes and forced him to resign.

    So, that's how things actually work in Washington. Let's stop lying about it. Joe Biden, meanwhile, whooped like a hyena when the Justice Department destroyed Mike Flynn. So, there is, we have to say, a certain perverse justice in watching something very similar happen to Joe Biden himself six years later. Joe Biden does not deserve our sympathy. He's being shafted, but don't weep for him, and yet, the rest of us do deserve a better system, an actual democracy. When people nobody voted for run everything, you are not living in a free country.
    If the stampman tells you to kiss his ass, shall he get away with it and live? Don't let your courage cool, or a few bullies scare you. We've nothing to fear but slavery. Love your liberty, and fight for it like men who know its value. Once lost it will never, never be regained.
    -Hugh Ledlie, 1774.



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