They STOLE IT form the UNITED STATES!!!
Or were GIVEN the MATERIAL!!!
Take your pick!
And the U.S. has the NERVE to LECTURE law-abiding Iran?
We are talking ISRAELI and UNITED STATES WAR CRIMES HERE!
WAKE UP, America, before it is too late!!!!!!!
"Deep Throat a fixture in Nixon files" by Calvin Woodward/Associated Press November 28, 2007
WASHINGTON -- The National Archives released more than 10,000 pages of documents from the Nixon presidency on Wednesday.
The documents shed light on foreign and national security policy from the Nixon years, showing an increasing urgency in U.S. attempts to pacify the Middle East, alarm over Israel's apparent progress in developing nuclear weapons and a wish to "manipulate relations with Saudis" to help broker peace. U.S. officials are also seen weighing whether to support a Kurdish rebellion in Iraq.
To combat the terrorist threat in the Mideast, the U.S. must focus on "political dialogue," said a March 1973 directive.
Also in the files:
--National security adviser Henry Kissinger is urged to respond to pleas from the shah of Iran to support Kurdish rebels in Iraq.
Harold Saunders, a deputy, told him in a June 1972 memo: "Even if we were to decide to help them, I would assume we would want our hand to be hidden."
--Vice President Dick Cheney's resume and application for an unspecified administration job in 1969, when he was 28. The ambitious Cheney listed a dozen jobs he'd had so far, including a university tutoring position for which he had been paid 75 cents an hour, and acknowledged two convictions for driving under the influence in his early 20s.
Dogshit Dick is STILL a DRUNK!
Otherwise, he wouldn't have shot his friend in the face!
--Memos about Elvis Presley's Dec. 21, 1970, visit with Nixon to offer his support for the administration's drug-fighting and other crime efforts. He presented Nixon with a commemorative World War II Colt 45 pistol, encased in a wooden chest.
Nixon wrote: "You were particularly kind to remember me with this impressive gift, as well as your family photographs, and I am delighted to have them for my collection of special mementos."
Isn't that terrible. The King was an informant, and he was a druggie!
But what about those concerns over Israeli nuke bombs?
Be prepared to be flattened (pun intended), reader.
The New York Times deserves credit on this one:
"Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal Vexed Nixon" by DAVID STOUT
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 — In July 1969, as the world was spellbound by the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, President Richard M. Nixon and his close advisers were quietly fretting about a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. Their main worry was not a potential enemy of the United States, but one of America’s closest friends.
Henry A. Kissinger, the national security adviser, warned Mr. Nixon in a memorandum dated July 19, 1969 — part of a newly released trove of documents:
“The Israelis, who are one of the few peoples whose survival is genuinely threatened, are probably more likely than almost any other country to actually use their nuclear weapons.”
What is freaking me out is those paranoid NaZionists running Israel are closer to doing that now than then!
In a preemptive strike on you-know-who, know what I mean?
Israel’s nuclear arms program, which Israel has never officially conceded exists, was believed to have begun at least several years before, but it was causing special problems for the young Nixon administration. For one thing, the president was preparing for a visit by its prime minister, Golda Meir, who was also in her first year in office and whose toughness was already legendary.
Yeah, Golda Meir is the racist Zionist who said that Arabs hate Jews more than they love their children!
I will never forgive her for that.
And if you NaZionists feel that way, you have brought it upon yourselves for the way you have acted!
Should Washington insist that Israel rein in its development of nuclear weapons? What would the United States do if Israel refused? Perhaps the solution lay in deliberate ambiguity, or simply pretending that America did not know what Israel was up to. These were some of the options that Mr. Kissinger laid out for Mr. Nixon on that day before men first walked on the moon.
The Nixon White House’s concerns over Israel’s weapons were detailed in documents from the Nixon Presidential Library that were released on Wednesday by the National Archives under an executive order that requires that classified documents be reviewed and possibly declassified after 25 years.
The documents provide insights into America’s close, but by no means problem-free, relationship with Israel. They also serve as a reminder that concerns over nuclear arms proliferation in the Middle East, now focused on Iran, are decades old.
The relationship is only problem-free for Israel, because they are the masters directing the policies!
There are also snippets about Washington’s desire to manipulate relations with Saudi Arabia, so that the Saudis might help to broker a Middle East peace deal; discussion of possibly supporting a Kurdish uprising in Iraq; and a 1970 clash in which four Israeli fighters shot down four Russian MIG-21s over eastern Egypt, even though the Israelis were outnumbered by two-to-one.
That was about the time that the world realized the Russians weren't going to be there against western imperialism.
That they would talk the talk, but not walk the walk when the rubber hit the road!
Learned that in history class!
But perhaps the most interesting material, and the most pertinent given the just-completed peace conference in Annapolis, Md., concerns Israel and its relations with its neighbors, as well as with the United States.
Can this be a coincidence, reader? Something is a stinkin'!
Mr. Kissinger noted in his long memorandum:
“There is circumstantial evidence that some fissionable material available for Israel’s weapons development was illegally obtained from the United States about 1965.”
That is AS EXPLOSIVE as an ATOM BOMB!!!!!!!
He also said that one problem with trying to persuade Israel to freeze its nuclear program was that inspections would be useless, conceding that “we could never cover all conceivable Israeli hiding places.”
But we have to bomb Iran with shoe on other foot!
Mr. Kissinger: “This is one program on which the Israelis have persistently deceived us, and may even have stolen from us.”
Wouldn't be the first time: Israeli Spying: The Mother of all Scandals
Although Israel has never publicly acknowledged possessing nuclear weapons, scientists and arms experts have no doubt that it has them, and the United States’ reluctance to pressure Israel to disarm has made America vulnerable to accusations that it has a double standard when it comes to stopping the spread of weapons in the Middle East.
Look, the WHOLE WORLD KNOWS THAT -- except for dumbfuck shit-chewing Amurkns!!!
Mr. Kissinger’s memo, written barely two years after the 1967 Middle East war and while memories of the Holocaust were still vivid among the first Israelis, implicitly acknowledged Israel’s right to defend itself, as subsequent American administrations have done.
Incredible how they drag that lie out time-after-time!
But Mr. Kissinger reflected at length on the quandary faced by the United States.
Kissinger, referring to a pending sale of Phantom fighter jets to Israel, wrote:
“Israel will not take us seriously on the nuclear issue unless they believe we are prepared to withhold something they very much need. On the other hand, if we withhold the Phantoms and they make this fact public in the United States, enormous political pressure will be mounted on us. We will be in an indefensible position if we cannot state why we are withholding the planes. Yet if we explain our position publicly, we will be the ones to make Israel’s possession of nuclear weapons public with all the international consequences this entails.”
Mr. Kissinger wrote at another point: "[One of those consequences might be to] spark a Soviet nuclear guarantee for the Arabs, tighten the Soviet hold on the Arabs and increase the danger of our involvement.”
Is this something or what, readers! Like I said EXPLOSIVE!!!!!!
Mr. Nixon, after he met with Mrs. Meir at the White House in late September 1969:
“The problems in the Mideast go back centuries. They are not susceptible to easy solution. We do not expect them to be susceptible to instant diplomacy.”
But Avner Cohen, the author of “Israel and the Bomb,” (Columbia University Press, 1998) who is a senior fellow at the United States Institute of Peace, said on Wednesday that there was enough historical evidence to indicate that the president and the prime minister had reached a secret understanding on at least one issue: Israel would keep its nuclear devices out of sight and not test them, and the United States would tolerate the situation and not press Israel to sign the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty that has been embraced by scores of countries around the world."
Mr. Cohen: “That understanding remains to this day.”
Talk about your double-standards and hypocrisy!
This is CRIMINAL in MY BOOK!!!
Do you see why I rail at USraeli arrogance now, readers?