Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Alger Hiss, Whittaker Chambers and Richard Nixon

Nixon deserved what he got for the cover up, but that doesn't mean that other aren't still peeved and/or still don't care for Deep Throat.

Ed Lasky:
Whittaker Chambers is condemned to this day on the left, though now all reputable experts consider his charges (long derided as fabrications) as truthful. The Hollywood Ten are still treated as martyrs, those who testified against them as traitors.

Also, while glorifying Felt has any recognition been given to the fact that he must have cooperated with Hoover regarding blackmail, spying on Black Panthers, (possible bugging of Martin Luther King?), apathy regarding civil right movements, and other infringements on civil liberties during that era?

Many on the Left always had it out for Nixon because he made his mark taking down Communists.

Ben Stein is really peeved:
When his enemies brought him down, and they had been laying for him since he proved that Alger Hiss was a traitor, since Alger Hiss was their fair-haired boy, this is what they bought for themselves in the Kharma Supermarket that is life:

1.) The defeat of the South Vietnamese government with decades of death and hardship for the people of Vietnam.

2.) The assumption of power in Cambodia by the bloodiest government of all time, the Khmer Rouge, who killed a third of their own people, often by making children beat their own parents to death. No one doubts RN would never have let this happen.

So, this is the great boast of the enemies of Richard Nixon, including Mark Felt: they made the conditions necessary for the Cambodian genocide. If there is such a thing as kharma, if there is such a thing as justice in this life of the next, Mark Felt has bought himself the worst future of any man on this earth. And Bob Woodward is right behind him, with Ben Bradlee bringing up the rear. Out of their smug arrogance and contempt, they hatched the worst nightmare imaginable: genocide. I hope they are happy now -- because their future looks pretty bleak to me.

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