reply to post by operatorkos
Cool. Here's a little Nixon science
I think that Nixon is very underrated in conspiracy theories of the 20th century. He has been on the fast
track to Navy promotions, he has been on the fast track to the White House, he was bloodied in 1960, he got his revenge in 1963, he had his comeback
(like Elvis Presley) in 1968, he faked the moon landings and devised an escape plan, Watergate, which made him look like a bumbling burglar, Ford
pardoned him for all his crimes in Viet Nam and in America. And that's why Nixon is so underrated. Nixon's Navy time period is the same as the
Operation Paperclip immigrations of the Nazi scumbags who were brought into to this country in 1946-47. Nixon's Navy assignments allowed him to
expedite papers and passports for Nazi's and to make financial arrangements for them. That was the role of Nixon in Paperclip.
1 Oct. 1942 Nixon completes Navy Officer training.
Looking for more excitement, Nixon volunteered for sea duty and reported to Commander Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet where he was assigned as
Officer in Charge of the South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command at Guadalcanal in the Solomons and later at Green Island. His unit prepared
manifests and flight plans for C-47 operations and supervised the loading and unloading of the cargo aircraft. For this service he received a Letter
of Commendation from the Commander South Pacific Area and South Pacific Force for "meritorious and efficient performance of duty as Officer in Charge
of the South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command... "
1943 Nixon the Poker Player
Nixon, for the most part, played tight but aggressive and viewed poker as a metaphor, learning life lessons wherever he could. As he wrote in his
memoir: 'I found playing poker instructive as well as entertaining and profitable, I learned that the people who have the cards are usually the ones
who talk the least and softest; those who are bluffing tend to talk loudly and give themselves away.'
From December through March 1945, he served at the Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Department, Washington, D.C. In January 1945, he was transferred to
the Bureau of Aeronautics office in Philadelphia to help negotiate the termination of war contracts, and he received another letter of commendation
for his work there.
10 Mar. 1946 Nixon released from the Navy. Rank of Lt. Commander. (Compare to JFK, GHW Bush and Jimmy Carter were retired as only Navy
3 Jan. 1947 Nixon sworn in at Congress.
14 May 1948 Nixon commie hunt begins. "Manages passage of Mundt-Nixon bill, the first piece of legislation passed by the House Committee on
Un-American Activities in ten years, providing for the annual registration of members of the Communist party"
5 Aug. 1948 Alger Hiss hearings begin.
7 Nov. 1950 Nixon elected Senator.
23 Sept. 1952 Nixon "Checkers Speech" Nixon truly believed in the power of Tv after this speech.
4 Nov. 1952 Nixon elected VP. Nixon is being groomed for 8 years to be president by 1960.
8 Nov. 1960 Nixon loses the 1960 election to JFK. A crucial turning point in history.
29 Mar. 1962 Nixon publishes his book "6 Crises"
22 Nov. 1962 Nixon, Clint Murchison Sr. and J. Edgar Hoover are at Murchison's home in Dallas.