posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 06:25 AM
Even after Richard Nixon's secret war in Cambodia became known, the president persisted in deception. "Publicly, we say one thing," he
told aides. "Actually, we do another."
Newly declassified documents from the Nixon years shed light on the Vietnam War, the struggle with the Soviet Union for global influence and a
president who tried not to let public and congressional opinion get in his way.
They also show an administration determined to win re-election in 1972, with Nixon aides seeking ways to use Jimmy Hoffa to tap into the labor
movement. The former Teamsters president had been pardoned by Nixon in 1971.
In a memo from the meeting marked "Eyes Only, Top Secret Sensitive," Nixon told his military men to continue doing what was necessary in Cambodia,
but to say for public consumption that the United States was merely providing support to South Vietnamese forces when necessary to protect U.S.
"That is what we will say publicly," he asserted. "But now, let's talk about what we will actually do."
He instructed: "I want you to put the air in there and not spare the horses. Do not withdraw for domestic reasons but only for military reasons."
"We have taken all the heat on this one." He went on: "Just do it. Don't come back and ask permission each time."
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And this is how the Wars are Waged by the Politicans:
By DECEPTION and LIES
It took more then 30 years for the Documents showing this Deception to come out of the National Archives.
Info like that coming out sure does not help current US Goverment, that's for sure!
[edit on 18/11/05 by Souljah]