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Offline ExposeTheInformation

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Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« on: December 14, 2008, 01:24:27 AM »


Some other points on Nixon's involvement:

-Nixon was funded by Prescott Bush, whose web of connections connects him to the Nazis, CIA, powerful families (Harrimans, Rockefellers), Skull and Bones, and Kennedy killers (Allen Dulles, E. Howard Hunt).

-Nixon has given contradictory accounts for how he found out about Kennedy being shot. How is it possible that he couldn't recall how he got the news? Why would he give two different versions, one involving a man running around the street corner screaming about the assassination and the other involving a woman running out of her house crying and screaming about the assassination?

-Nixon had JFK perps George H.W Bush, John Connally, and E. Howard Hunt in the White House. He had E. Howard Hunt lead the Watergate operation. Hunt was busted and got jailed. While in jail, he told press that he was an assassin for the CIA. He demanded that Nixon give him $1,000,000 and a trip out of jail. He said that if Nixon didn't do these things, he would 'tell all' about the JFK assassination. Nixon panicked and told the FBI to stop investigating Hunt. This action was what ultimately forced him to resign. George H.W Bush's closest business partner, Bill Liedtke, paid Hunt $1,000,000 in hush money. When Nixon told the FBI to stop investigating Hunt, he told them that if the investigations continued, they would open up "the whole Bay of Pigs thing". According to one of Nixon's closest advisers (Chief of Staff Haldeman), this remark referred to the Kennedy assassination. So, why was Nixon worried about E. Howard Hunt blowing the whistle about the JFK assassination? Nixon's panicking shows that he was involved in the Kennedy assassination. He knew that if Hunt blew the whistle, he would be implicated.

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Re: Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2009, 02:25:16 PM »
Who did Nixon work for? One day Prescott Bush placed an ad in a local California Paper that a business group headed by Prescott was looking for a politician. Nixon knocked on the door and was forevermore a puppet of the Bush criminal organization.


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Re: Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2014, 04:38:15 PM »
Allegedly:

Nixon calls J. Edgar Hoover and says -
“Edgar, was it one of those right wing kooks? ‘
"No," Hoover says, "it was a communist."

Well, Nixon believes that for 48 hours, thats until he sees Jack Ruby blow away Oswald on national television, and then he says "I know that guy."

One Author claimed... we know from records that that Lyndon Johnson as a congressman asked Congressman Richard Nixon to hire Jack Ruby as a part-time informant for the House un-American Activities Committee, and he is introduced to Nixon in 1947 as a Johnson man, a man Lyndon would like on the payroll. So I think it speaks to why Nixon says the Warren Commission is a hoax.


Unfortunately, this is a disputed claim. Facts are not clear cut.

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Re: Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2014, 09:45:20 PM »
interesting article - Huac- McCarthy - Kennedy's - Nixon - LBJ - Nexus

http://www.nytimes.com/books/first/h/herman-mccarthy.html

Joseph McCarthy  -   Reexamining the Life and Legacy of America's Most Hated Senator
 By ARTHUR HERMAN
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That determination to succeed in a hostile environment was one of the bonds that drew together Joe McCarthy and another prominent Irish Catholic family in the fifties, the Kennedys.

Robert Kennedy had joined McCarthy's staff in 1953 at the behest of his father, the senator's keen admirer.

Like McCarthy, Joseph Kennedy was a former Roosevelt Democrat and a fervent anti-Communist. He often invited McCarthy to stop by for drinks at the Kennedy house at Palm Beach and to stay at the family compound at Hyannis Port. The senior Kennedy's view of politics, and of life, was much like McCarthy's: "It's not what you are that counts, but what people think you are." McCarthy became a minor figure in the Kennedy circle. To the ex-ambassador's delight, he dated two of the Kennedy daughters, Patricia and Eunice, who discovered "he had a certain raw wit and charm when he had not had too much to drink," as Eunice later put it. Joe also played shortstop in family softball games (he did so badly that the Kennedys eventually had to bench him).

Robert Kennedy served McCarthy loyally as assistant counsel for his Subcommittee on Investigations, until a personal quarrel with the chief counsel, Roy Cohn, forced him to quit.

But he and Joe remained close, and Joe McCarthy stood as godfather for Bobby and Ethel's first child. One day after McCarthy's censure by the Senate in 1954, Bobby was sailing on the Potomac with a group of reporters. He started defending McCarthy against their criticisms. "Why do you reporters...feel the way you do?" he wanted to know. "OK, Joe's methods may be a little rough, but after all, his goal was to expose Communists in government — a worthy goal. So why are you reporters so critical of his methods?"

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John Kennedy's views, on communism and the Soviet threat, were not so different from McCarthy's either. Although a loyal Democrat, Kennedy had also bashed the Truman administration for its dismal China record.

One night in February 1952 he heard a speaker at Harvard's Spree Club denounce McCarthy in the same breath as Alger Hiss. Kennedy shot back, "How dare you couple the name of a great American patriot with that of a traitor!" Later he would back the Communist Control Act, a measure that went far beyond anything McCarthy had ever proposed, by virtually outlawing the Communist Party in the United States.

During the debate on McCarthy's censure in 1954, while most Democrats lined up against him Kennedy warned that censure might have serious repercussions for "the social fabric of this country." And when the actual censure vote came, John Kennedy carefully contrived to be in the hospital for a back operation, so that he would not have to cast a vote against a man who was wildly popular with not only his father but his Irish and Italian constituents.
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Here the better comparison is not with John Kennedy (or even Richard Nixon, whom he resembled in certain other ways), but with another Senate colleague, Lyndon Baines Johnson. It was Johnson who arranged for the Senate to censure McCarthy in December 1954, the move that effectively ended McCarthy's career. But in the end they shared more than they differed.
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So LBJ went after McCarthy and so he wanted his man (Nixon (=Bush oil man)) to be on the committee ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Cohn
Roy Cohn
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The Rosenberg trial brought the 24-year-old Cohn to the attention of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director J. Edgar Hoover, who recommended him to Joseph McCarthy. McCarthy hired Cohn as his chief counsel, choosing him over Robert Kennedy, reportedly in part to avoid accusations of an anti-Semitic motivation for the investigations
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After leaving McCarthy, Cohn had a 30-year career as an attorney in New York City.

His clients included Donald Trump, Mafia figures Tony Salerno, Carmine Galante, and John Gotti,  Studio 54 owners Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, Texas financier and philanthropist Shearn Moody, Jr.[13] and the New York Yankees baseball club. He was known for his active social life, charitable giving, and combative personality. In the early 1960s he became a member of the John Birch Society and a principal figure in the Western Goals Foundation.

He maintained close ties in conservative political circles, serving as an informal advisor to Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan
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http://www.jfklibrary.org/Asset-Viewer/Archives/RFKOH-RMC-01.aspx
Description: Cohn discusses his hostile relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, his work with Joseph R. McCarthy on the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, and court cases against him prosecuted by New York attorney Robert Morgenthau, among other issues.
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Re: Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2014, 09:58:39 PM »
Here is another take on it and if you think Lee Harvey Oswald did this well most people dont http://blackopradio.com/

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Re: Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2016, 01:40:06 PM »
bump HUAC mentioned on AJ by Michael Savage
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5

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Re: Jack Ruby worked for Richard Nixon when Nixon was a congressman
« Reply #6 on: September 13, 2016, 01:43:31 PM »
then there is Richard Nixon ....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yMn_evo62A
Terror on US Veterans by Swiss 5th Column Eisenhower, Pres.Herbert Hoover, FBI Hoover, etc.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaYAPSTcM3c
Eisenhower State Funeral (1969)



http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2012/jul/18/citylights1-nixons-swiss-stash/#
Nixon's Swiss Stash
By Don Bauder, July 18, 2012

Citizens are wringing their hands — wisely, in my opinion — about Mitt Romney’s long-standing practice of stashing money in havens such as Switzerland and the Cayman Islands. But during the Republican nomination race, then-candidate Newt Gingrich declared, “I don’t know of any American president who has had a Swiss bank account.”

Wrong, Newt. As a self-proclaimed historian, you should have read about Richard Nixon. According to reliable reports — not widely publicized — Nixon had a bundle of money in a now-defunct Swiss bank with smelly clients, particularly in San Diego.

The bank, which closed in 1974, was based in Zurich, but it had a branch in Nassau, the Bahamas, and its law firm and some operations were in New York City. It was named the Cosmos Bank. (Full disclosure: I began investigating Cosmos in 1970 and provided much information on it to Business Week magazine and Forbes magazine.)

Researchers have found that Cosmos was deeply involved with mobbed-up casino operations in the Bahamas and so was Nixon, often with his friend Bebe Rebozo. After Fidel Castro drove the Mafia out of Cuba, mob moneybags Meyer Lansky looked to the Bahamas for a casino haven.
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Anthony Summers, author of The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon, wrote that according to documents seized by the Internal Revenue Service, the Nixon deposits in Cosmos were under the heading “N&R.” In the 1980s, Nixon, sometimes accompanied by his wife Pat and sometimes by Rebozo, “traveled to Zurich every single year,” according to Summers’s book
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In 1964, Cosmos loaned millions of Swiss francs to builder Irvin J. Kahn for his Rancho Peñasquitos project near San Diego, California.” It was a concealed loan. “One of the conditions of the hidden loan called for Kahn to purchase a $1 million life insurance policy naming Cosmos as the beneficiary.” Hmmm
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Rebozo
Charles Gregory "Bebe" Rebozo (November 17, 1912, Tampa, Florida – May 8, 1998) was a Florida banker and businessman who became famous for being a friend and confidant of President Richard Nixon.
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Rebozo first met then-U.S. Representative Nixon in 1950 through Florida Representative George Smathers. Smathers had recommended Key Biscayne as a vacation destination to Nixon, who eventually established a residence there which was later nicknamed the "Winter White House" by journalists. While Nixon was vacationing in Key Biscayne, Smathers had Rebozo and David Arvedon take Nixon deep sea fishing. Rebozo, Arvedon and Nixon then started a friendship that endured 44 years. [5]

Rebozo quickly became best friend and financial and real estate advisor to Nixon. In 1968 Rebozo changed his party from Democratic to Republican
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http://npshistory.com/publications/mimi/srs/history.htm

Vice President Richard M. Nixon, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (left to right) at the Brown Palace Hotel, Denver, Colorado, August 1952. WESTERN HISTORY DEPARTMENT, DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EJZdikc6OA
John Foster Dulles Interview: U.S. Secretary of State under President Dwight D. Eisenhower (1952)
Longines is a watch company based in Saint-Imier, Switzerland


http://japanfocus.org/-peter_dale-scott/4109/article.html
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Nixon, Voorhis, and the BIS

Loftus and Aarons date this secret collaboration between Allen Dulles and Nixon back to 1945.

According to several of our sources among the 'old spies,' Richard Nixon's political career began in 1945, when he was the navy officer temporarily assigned to review . . . captured Nazi documents. Allen Dulles allegedly told him to keep quiet about what he had seen and, in return, arranged to finance the young man’s first congressional campaign against [incumbent Congressman] Jerry Voorhis.30

Although Loftus and Aarons do not mention it, Voorhis was the principal ally and spokesman in Congress of Morgenthau and White’s charges against the Bank of International Settlements, having called for an investigation of the BIS in 1943.31 Dulles would therefore unquestionably have had another motive to see Voorhis defeated.

Voorhis himself wrote in an unpublished 1947 book manuscript that he had a lot of documentation “which would have shown how the [1946] Nixon campaign was a creature of big Eastern financial interests,” including “the major oil companies.” And a representative of Standard Oil, a company (represented by Sullivan and Cromwell) whose shady government dealings Voorhis had exposed, was present at the meeting which selected Nixon as a candidate

Nixon and the Dulles Brothers, August 11, 1948 – and Harry Dexter White

Most accounts of Nixon’s career point to an important meeting between Nixon and John Foster Dulles at the latter’s Republican Party headquarters in the Roosevelt Hotel on August 11, 1948, a meeting attended also by Allen Dulles and Douglas Dillon of Dillon Read, “one of the banking firms that [had] financed Hitler.”33 The conventional account is that Nixon approached the Dulleses with the proceedings from the House Un-American Affairs Committee (HUAC) on which he sat.34 Virtually all accounts say that their discussion concerned Alger Hiss.

It is probable however that when Nixon met with the Dulles brothers on August 11, 1948, the most urgent matter discussed was not Hiss, but the man then principally targeted by HUAC’s investigation – Harry Dexter White.

White had been the main focus of HUAC attention in 1948, both when Elizabeth Bentley had testified on July 31, and Whittaker Chambers on August 3. White and Lauchlin Currie, Bentley’s two principal targets (together with William Donovan’s law partner Duncan Lee), were due to testify in reply on August 13 (two days after the Dulles-Nixon meeting), along with Alger Hiss’s brother Donald. All three men would deny Bentley’s charges in their entirety, including Bentley’s charge (corroborated by Chambers) that White had “placed Communists in government posts to influence policy.”35

Chambers of course would be vindicated by Hiss’s ultimate conviction, twice, on perjury charges. But the main importance of Hiss at the Dulles-Nixon meeting on August 11, 1948, was as a challenge to the credibility of Chambers, a witness against the far more important target of White.36 One of the two men, either Hiss or Chambers, was apparently guilty of perjury. And Truman’s Justice Department was in the process of preparing a perjury indictment against Chambers, a key witness against White.37

Matters would change five days later. On August 16, three days after his stressful HUAC testimony, White died, after suffering two swift heart attacks. It was then that Hiss became by default HUAC’s principal target (and the key to Thomas Dewey’s presidential ambitions in the same year).

I mention all this because of the suggestion of many authors that, in post-war Washington, either White had to be discredited, or a number of those involved in the Wall Street-Berlin financial axis, including not just Thomas McKittrick but possibly also Prescott Bush (and perhaps even Bush’s lawyer Allen Dulles), risked being indicted. As Glen Yeadon and John Hawkins write,

White…was arguably one of the government’s most important postwar economists. However, due to his liberal economic policies, as well as his relentless pursuit of the financial dealings of large corporations with the Nazis, he had to be removed.38

Death did remove White on August 16, 1948, five days after the Dulles-Nixon meeting on August 11. But whereas most accounts say White died of a heart attack (e.g. Black, Richard M. Nixon, 118), the well-informed journalist Willard Edwards reported in 1949 that White’s cause of death, after being admitted to hospital with a heart attack, was in fact an overdose of digitalis.

[ why was Nixon in Switzerland in  July 1963?  By Dec., JFK Kennedy would be dead.]

http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/le-pr%C3%A9sident-am%C3%A9ricain-richard-nixon-arrive-en-vacances-news-photo/558624977
Richard Nixon arrived on holiday with his family on July 12 1963 Geneva Switzerland

http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-jul-14-1963-pictured-is-richard-nixon-on-a-motor-boat-at-the-international-69406049.html

Jul. 14, 1963 - Pictured is Richard Nixon on a motor boat at the International Rowing Regatta in Rotsee, Switzerland.

http://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc?a=d&d=DS19630716.2.72
Desert Sun, Number 295, 16 July 1963

Nixon Warns Against Concessions

FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI) Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon today said any further Western concessions in nuclear test ban talks would be ‘a victory for communism.’

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the defeated 1960 GOP candidate for president said. Discusses Presidential Race Nixon, accompanied by his wife and two daughters and friends, also discussed the coming 1964 presidential race. "I should have something to say in about three months. If you say anything now you put yourself out on a limb...All those who will be candidates will have to declare themselves within three months and then I’M be’ able to throw my support to the man I believe can do the best job,” Nixon said. ‘I definitely will not declare myself a candidate,” he said. Nixon, pausing in Frankfurt on a hop from Switzerland to Hungary, spoke about New York Gov. |Nelson A. Rockefeller’s charges that extreme right-wingers hope j to gain control of the Republican I party.

http://www.stripes.com/blogs/archive-photo-of-the-day/archive-photo-of-the-day-1.9717/the-nixon-family-arrives-in-frankfurt-1963-1.203237

Frankfurt, Germany, July, 1963: The Nixon family poses after arriving in Frankfurt from Berlin. With former vice president Richard M. Nixon were daughter Julie, wife Pat and daughter Tricia. While in Berlin, Nixon journeyed to the other side of the Wall and talked to East Berliners. His reaction to the East was, "Budapest is a free city compared to this. You have to see it to believe it." As for his future, Nixon told reporters he had "no plans to be a candidate" for political office.

http://www.osaarchivum.org/greenfield/repository/osa:882fd006-d5b3-4221-a5b7-0b0b9c21b418
Collector: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute (RFE/RL Research Institute)
Title: Situation Report: Hungary, 19 July 1963
2.Nixon in Budapest
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5