Nixon won the 1968 Presidential election. It had been suspected but not proved that Nixon won through some skulduggery, encouraging South Vietnam to not attend peace talks.
Nixon had entered the fall campaign with a lead over Humphrey, but the gap was closing that October. Henry A. Kissinger, then an outside Republican adviser, had called, alerting Nixon that a deal was in the works: If Johnson would halt all bombing of North Vietnam, the Soviets pledged to have Hanoi engage in constructive talks to end a war that had already claimed 30,000 American lives.
Nixon then tried every little dirty trick he could to scuttle the peace talks.
And they worked.
The Vietnam War continued under Nixon, advised by one helpful Henry Kissinger, who came up with this barbaric plan to bomb Cambodia in plans Menu and Freedom Meal. This led to the rise of Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, and the deaths of millions of Cambodians.
THAT BLOODY KISSINGER!!
And, oh look!
Who has "tremendous respect" for Kissinger?
Donald J Trump.
Oh boy. Are we in for some fun!!
But can you now see why I am so concerned at Trump and his rise to power?
Stone's heroes include Roy Cohn who, besides procuring children for the CIA to abuse, tried to kill Lyndon LaRouche with Kissinger.
Stone appears on Infowhores to push Trump.
Infowhores then do a full 180 on Israel, Zionism and Islamic terror, and their allegiance to Ron Paul and Libertarianism.
Trump shows no sign of being tutored by Infowhores on who the real troublemaker in the Middle East (he thinks it's Iran but it is actually Israel and Saudi Arabia).
Kissinger wants Iran stopped.
Trump has "tremendous respect" for Kissinger, who tells the globalists to give Trump a chance because Kissinger thinks that Trump can do great things, i.e. do the work of the globalists.
It's all there for 4 years of fun under President Trump.
And Stone's choice of heroes, such as the treacherous warmonger Nixon above, does not bode well when Stone pushes Trump as our saviour.
Nixon sabotaged peace talk plans for Vietnam in '68, a move that may be worse than Watergate https://t.co/bSz081MVBJ— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) 1 January 2017