talking about the US president who is least appreciated by the liberal media, Richard Nixon is on the list. The reason is far more than the “Watergate incident”. After 40 years, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who became famous for exposing the scandal, published long articles in the post, with tens of thousands of words pointing to the same theme – “Nixon may be more evil than you think.”

in 1973, Nixon claimed at a news conference that he would not let his subordinates testify in court on the Watergate incident. (data figure)

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Five “Secret Wars” against the anti war movement, the media, the Democratic Party, the judiciary and even history made Nixon one of the most evil and dangerous US presidents in the eyes of the liberal media.

talking about the US president who is least appreciated by the liberal media, Richard Nixon is on the list. The reason is far more than the “Watergate incident”. After 40 years, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, two journalists who became famous for exposing the scandal, published long articles in the Washington Post, with tens of thousands of words pointing to the same theme – “Nixon may be more evil than you think.”

many people know from this: under the cover of his political achievements in ending the Vietnam War and promoting the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and China, the former president of the United States, who has died for nearly 20 years, once played with power and launched five “Secret Wars” against his compatriots.

wanted to steal documents and blackmail his predecessor

. Shortly after he took office in the White House in 1969, Nixon first targeted the surging anti war movement in the United States. To this end, he secretly approved the “Houston plan” the following year. Its content sounds familiar: on the grounds of threatening national security, he authorized the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) and military intelligence departments to strengthen electronic interception against anti war activists. The plan also authorizes these powerful institutions to intercept and steal anti war emails.

Thomas Houston, the staff responsible for planning the Houston plan, knows that these means are seriously illegal. Nixon turned a deaf ear to his subordinates’ warnings and went his own way. Finally, the plan was not withdrawn until Edgar Hoover, the “intelligence king” who had been in charge of the FBI for nearly half a century, objected. However, Hoover did not oppose the Houston plan out of a sense of justice; He just believes that such actions, which should have been under the control of the FBI, are now led by the White House, which is naturally uncomfortable.

Nixon, who refused to give up, decided to kick off the intelligence agency and start a new stove. On June 17, 1971, Nixon met with his closest aide Bob holdman and national security adviser Henry Kissinger in the Oval Office. Several people talked about Nixon’s predecessor, Democrat Lyndon Johnson’s “mistake” of ordering a moratorium on bombing Vietnam in 1968.

“can be used to blackmail Johnson. It’s worth doing.” When holdman told everyone that the documents (Johnson’s decision on the Vietnam War) were stored in the famous think tank Brookings Institution, Nixon interrupted: “Bob, remember the Houston plan? Go ahead! I mean, sneak into the Brookings Institution like a thief, blow up the safe and take the documents away.”

in this way, another close aide of Nixon, John olichman and assistant Edgar koroch, formed a team nicknamed “plumber” and “thief” to obtain information from the president’s political enemies by various illegal means. As for Johnson’s documents, Nixon asked several times before the Watergate incident, one of which required “do it now”, but it failed to be implemented.

once boasted to kill all journalists.

Nixon’s second secret war against the media was endless. In fact, as soon as the commando team headed by retired CIA agent Howard hunt was established, its primary task was to “destroy Daniel Ellsberg’s reputation” – around 1971, the US military analyst often provided confidential Pentagon documents to the New York Times, the Washington Post and other media, exposing the truth of the Vietnam War, It has contributed to the tide of anti war in the United States.

Nixon was angry at Elsberg’s “betrayal”. At his instigation, Hunter sent people to sneak into the psychologist’s clinic to treat Elsberg for many times, trying to steal medical records in order to damage the latter’s reputation and credit.

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in 1973, Nixon claimed at a news conference that he would not let his subordinates testify in court on the Watergate incident. (data figure)

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Five “Secret Wars” against the anti war movement, the media, the Democratic Party, the judiciary and even history made Nixon one of the most evil and dangerous US presidents in the eyes of the liberal media.

talking about the US president who is least appreciated by the liberal media, Richard Nixon is on the list. The reason is far more than the “Watergate incident”. After 40 years, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, two journalists who became famous for exposing the scandal, published long articles in the Washington Post, with tens of thousands of words pointing to the same theme – “Nixon may be more evil than you think.”

many people know from this: under the cover of his political achievements in ending the Vietnam War and promoting the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and China, the former president of the United States, who has died for nearly 20 years, once played with power and launched five “Secret Wars” against his compatriots.

wanted to steal documents and blackmail his predecessor

. Shortly after he took office in the White House in 1969, Nixon first targeted the surging anti war movement in the United States. For this reason, heThe following year, the “Houston plan” was secretly approved, and its content sounded familiar: on the grounds of threatening national security, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) and military intelligence were authorized to strengthen electronic interception against anti war activists. The plan also authorizes these powerful institutions to intercept and steal anti war emails.

Thomas Houston, the staff responsible for planning the Houston plan, knows that these means are seriously illegal. Nixon turned a deaf ear to his subordinates’ warnings and went his own way. Finally, the plan was not withdrawn until Edgar Hoover, the “intelligence king” who had been in charge of the FBI for nearly half a century, objected. However, Hoover did not oppose the Houston plan out of a sense of justice; He just believes that such actions, which should have been under the control of the FBI, are now led by the White House, which is naturally uncomfortable.

Nixon, who refused to give up, decided to kick off the intelligence agency and start a new stove. On June 17, 1971, Nixon met with his closest aide Bob holdman and national security adviser Henry Kissinger in the Oval Office. Several people talked about Nixon’s predecessor, Democrat Lyndon Johnson’s “mistake” of ordering a moratorium on bombing Vietnam in 1968.

“can be used to blackmail Johnson. It’s worth doing.” When holdman told everyone that the documents (Johnson’s decision on the Vietnam War) were stored in the famous think tank Brookings Institution, Nixon interrupted: “Bob, remember the Houston plan? Go ahead! I mean, sneak into the Brookings Institution like a thief, blow up the safe and take the documents away.”

in this way, another close aide of Nixon, John olichman and assistant Edgar koroch, formed a team nicknamed “plumber” and “thief” to obtain information from the president’s political enemies by various illegal means. As for Johnson’s documents, Nixon asked several times before the Watergate incident, one of which required “do it now”, but it failed to be implemented.

once boasted to kill all journalists.

Nixon’s second secret war against the media was endless. In fact, as soon as the commando team headed by retired CIA agent Howard hunt was established, its primary task was to “destroy Daniel Ellsberg’s reputation” – around 1971, the US military analyst often provided confidential Pentagon documents to the New York Times, the Washington Post and other media, exposing the truth of the Vietnam War, It has contributed to the tide of anti war in the United States.

Nixon was angry at Elsberg’s “betrayal”. At his instigation, Hunter sent people to sneak into the psychologist’s clinic to treat Elsberg for many times, trying to steal medical records in order to damage the latter’s reputation and credit.

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in addition, Elsberg was a Jew, and the Jews had a great influence in the American press, which especially made Nixon nervous. On June 29, 1971, when talking to Bob holdman, Nixon instructed, “Bob, you can’t stop this (discrediting Ellsberg)… He’s a Harvard graduate, a Jew and arrogant.”

to the staff around him, Nixon’s anti Semitic tendency was an open secret. “Some Jewish groups conspired against me,” he complained suspiciously many times On July 3, 1971, he told holdman: “the government is full of Jews. Most of them are disloyal… They can’t trust these bastards. They will betray you.”

it is strange that although Nixon did not believe in Jews, Kissinger, whom he regarded as his right-hand man, was of Jewish descent. The Secretary of state also hated the media and ordered the FBI to eavesdrop on the phones of 17 journalists without the authorization of the court. Kissinger’s confidence may come from his boss, Nixon, who said that if you want to win the Vietnam War, “you have to kill all the journalists first”.

the sensational “gem plan”

as the election year approached, Nixon’s third secret war against the Democratic Party also began quietly. This time, his confidants were ready to sacrifice “eighteen kinds of weapons” from the beginning. There was no need to eavesdrop, steal or even kidnap.

on January 27, 1972, John Mitchell (then attorney general), chairman of Nixon’s “presidential re-election committee”, met in secret with G. Gordon Liddy in his office. The latter is nominally the financial adviser of the “presidential re-election committee”. In fact, it is responsible for collecting intelligence from Nixon’s opponent and Democratic candidate George McGovern and carrying out “special operations” on camera. Liddy was popular in Nixon’s small circle and was known for his unscrupulous behavior.

at this meeting, Liddy brought Mitchell a carefully crafted and million dollar “gem plan”, which was divided into three parts: “operation crystal”, “operation sapphire” and “operation coal”. Liddy spread out a color chart prepared by the CIA and explained in detail his sensational idea – the core of

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and “crystal operation” is to use electronic devices to monitor the opposition, including eavesdropping on the phone of Democratic leaders, secretly photographing secret documents, and even tracking the landline of Democrats during the election and copying the secret documents of telecom service providers.

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and “operation sapphire” resorted to naked violence. Liddy hopes to set up an action team to carry out “dirty work” such as breaking in and hijacking, threaten anti Nixon activists and kidnap anti war leaders, and plans to put them all in a military camp in Mexico during the Republican National Congress. The operation even included a “beauty trick”: arranging for call girls to go to the Democratic Party’s yacht chartered in Miami Beach and planting bugs on the boat in advance.

“coal plan” hopes to bribe members of Congress in exchange for