The Most Dangerous Man in America according to President Nixon, the scapegoat of Kissinger, was a Catholic who went down to Mexico doing research for
a project for Harvard University.
This man, the most dangerous man in this world according to President Nixon, may he rest in peace, was a West Point Student who underwent "shunning"
for a 9 month period. Near the end of the 9 month period of a complete silent treatment he was give a fair trial via the Military System and granted
freedom and a plea of innocence so long as he resigned from West Point.
After West Point the dangerous Catholic finished a degree in Psychology spending two years at one of the oldest Catholic schools in America yet
finishing up at the U of Alabama.
The College of the Holy Cross (or, Holy Cross) is an undergraduate Roman Catholic liberal arts college located in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.
Holy Cross is the oldest Roman Catholic college in New England and one of the oldest in the United States.
His first degree was in and around 1943. A long time ago for you youngsters as well as for me but consider what was going on in
For one the Battle of Stalingrad.
Also today marks the anniversary of April 19th which would be the most pivotal date for the most dangerous man in America.
For three a man who this man was familiar with, the general, became supreme commander....December 24 – WWII: U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower
becomes the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe.
Years later the good General would become the President who warned us concerning the Military Industrial Complex and hand his post over to another WW
Two hero John F. Kennedy.
President Kennedy was truly a man of the times. He had survived and rescued his men in the pacific after the P cruiser incident.
He returned to America as not only a WW two hero but as a best selling author. America was in her prime and this soon to be king was sampling the
wares of the kingdom.
One ware that legend has said took place because of April the 19th.
On April the 19th 1943 A. Hoffman took the first '___' trip. Yes the first flower child was born on this day April 19th 1943.
April 19 – Albert
Hofmann self administers the drug '___' for the first time in history, and records the details of his trip.
Meanwhile back at the ranch Mr. Dangerous had discovered that mushrooms might help certain patients view life in a different way.
Soon Mr. Dangerous discovered what Hoffman had termed his problem child, '___', could also be used in therapy.
And like all mad scientists Mr. Dangerous decided to do some self therapy.
This brings us to the end of our tale...as Mr. Dangerous saw his forays into the psychedelic world as much more then most would deem. In fact he
viewed this derivative of Ergot as a road toward peace.
With that in mind he convinced a secret lover of John F. Kennedy to sample his wares...who shared the wares with the then President of the United
States of America..President Kennedy...on or about the time of the Bay of Pigs.
President Kennedy was said then to have awakened to the dangers threatening every American and we all know how that ended. In fact the mistress told
Mr. Dangerous that he (JFK) and learned too much...she was killed as well.
President Nixon, who almost beat Kennedy in 1960 and who would gain the Oval Office Desk with his Henchmen such as Cheney would say this about our
April 19th man of the decade of peace and love...
President Richard Nixon had earlier labeled him "the most dangerous man in
Today is the anniversary which was pivotal in the mind of the man who may have been the first drop out.
Professor Tim Leary, the most dangerous man in America, would be celebrating the birth of '___'...the problem child.