posted on Nov, 9 2020 @ 10:27 AM
"...they see who they are."
Former president Nixon, in his final White House days, allegedly used to stay up late into the evening, swigging scotch from the bottle, wandering the
hallways, and talking out loud to the portraits of different presidents. The quote here is (again, allegedly), something he was said to have been
overheard saying to the Kennedy portrait.
If you think about the two men, it is actually quite profound.
Despite their lifelong rivalry and many obvious differences, they shared something in common: they were both profoundly original thinkers who were
seen as a threat by the establishment.
Kennedy entertained thoughts of ending the FED issuance of money and destroying the CIA. He also stubbornly resisted repeated pentagon attempts to
drum up war in Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam.
Nixon was not an establishment man. The Republican party leadership was unhappy when he took office. and despite his association with Vietnam, he
reduced the number of troops by more than half and was the only president (before or since) in the last 90 years to cut military spending.
Both men paid a steep price for their anti-establishment moves.
edit on 9-11-2020 by Never Despise because: (no reason given)