The Overthrow Of The American Republic – Part 53… ” In October, 1972, a young fellow named William Jefferson Clinton, drove Congressman Hale Boggs (D., La.) to an airport. Boggs together with an Alaska official named Begich, took off for a flight to Alaska. Their airplane disappeared somewhere in Alaska. The media version was that the airplane could not be found. However, our later interviews with investigators convinced us the plane was found by a secret team of U.S. Military Intelligence who would not publicly reveal what happened to Boggs and…”

Posted: July 31, 2013 in Uncategorized

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…..Richard Milhous Nixon, bolstered by his top official, the infamous Henry Kissinger, a Rockefeller puppet, were engaging in treasonous arrangements with the North Vietnamese. At the same time, they promised to bring the Southeast Asia conflict to a conclusion. On that basis, part secret, part public, Nixon in re-election in 1972, swept the nation. His Democrat opponent carried just one state of the fifty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

None of the real scandalous details came out prior to November, 1972. This was for various reseaons. In October, 1972, a young fellow named William Jefferson Clinton, drove Congressman Hale Boggs (D., La.) to an airport. Boggs together with an Alaska official named Begich, took off for a flight to Alaska. Their airplane disappeared somewhere in Alaska. The media version was that the airplane could not be found.

 

 

 

 

 

However, our later…

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