September 26, 2012

In The Watergate Affair, Bernstein And Woodward Were The Bad Guys, Not Nixon

New evidence shows that President Nixon was not the monster that he was made out to be. History has vindicated him, and revealed his attackers in the press to be nothing but CIA lapdogs who deceived America. "You can't be having a driving dream when you are in the midst of a nightmare." - A profound statement by President Richard Nixon.

Watergate in a nutshell: Richard Nixon's reputation was unfairly attacked by two young "journalist" hacks who wanted to make a name for themselves by bringing down an independently minded American president, with the CIA's blessing.

Today, one of those hacks, Carl Bernstein, is lending his credibility, which he built by unfairly accusing Nixon of wrongdoing, to support the MEK, a terrorist cult that's responsible for killing Americans and sided with Saddam Hussein in his war against Iran in the 1980s.

Ask yourself: does a honourable man voice his support for a widely recognized terrorist group? The answer is no. Bernstein is not an honourable man. He's not interested in truth and justice now, and he wasn't interested in truth and justice 40 years ago when he unjustly took down Nixon in the press with Woodward.

Read Russ Baker's article on the Watergate scandal called, "A Surprise Ending on Watergate’s 40th Anniversary." Also, read Jim Hougan's articles about Watergate, available here.

Here is an excerpt from Russ Baker's article:
"Salon ran a kind of strange and foggy article about Nixon’s difficult relationship with the CIA, which nevertheless brought up an important question: what was the real role of the spy agency in Nixon’s downfall? That article doesn’t answer it. But I did—in my book, Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America’s Invisible Government and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years.

One of the major revelations is that, decades before George H.W. Bush was named CIA director as a purported outsider, he was already involved with CIA covert operations. Family of Secrets shows how the CIA has violated the spirit and letter of its charter by meddling secretly, and constantly, in American politics since its inception. The book follows the elder Bush and the CIA into the life of Richard Nixon and the scandal that brought Nixon down. It reveals new information about the background and actual role of Bob Woodward and other seminal figures in the drama. And it provides an explanation of Watergate that is the polar opposite of the one that most Americans have accepted for four decades."