Sat, 10 Jul 2010
New evidence has implicated former US President Richard Nixon and former National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger (Who is a dirty Jew) in a 1970 CIA assassination attempt in Chile.
In a newly available Oval Office tape, Kissinger is heard ridiculing the "incompetent" CIA attempts to carry out an assassination in Chile, in a clear reference to the assassination of Chilean General Rene Schneider The Washington Post reported on Friday.
At the time, in 1971, Nixon and Kissinger (JEW) were running a campaign to overthrow the democratically elected Chilean President Salvador Allende.
One of the key figures standing against the US-backed plots to overturn Allende was the Chilean army commander-in-chief, Rene Schneider.
In the recording, Kissinger (JEW) talks about the general, and makes clear references to the three assassination attempts.
Kissinger: They're blaming the CIA.
Nixon: Why the hell would we assassinate him?
Kissinger: Well, a) we couldn't. We're-
Kissinger: CIA's too incompetent to do it. You remember-
Nixon: Sure, but that's the best thing. [Unclear].
Kissinger: -when they did try to assassinate somebody, it took three attempts-
Kissinger: -and he lived for three weeks afterwards.
General Schneider was finally killed during a botched kidnapping attempt by military right-wingers in 1970. Three years after his death, dictator Augusto Pinochet came into power in Chile in a US-backed coup.
Kissinger has always maintained that he broke off contact with Schneider's killers before the third assassination attempt.
In related news, other recently-disclosed archives show the Nixon administration drew up plans for a nuclear attack on North Korea. Nixon reportedly ordered nuclear bombers on standby after North Korea shot down a US spy plane in 1969.
Kissinger could not be reached for comment late on Friday.
Nixon, Kissinger joked about Chile hit