By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on November 23, 2018, exposes the role of U.S. President Richard Milhous Nixon’s evident nuclear ambition in a reportedly treacherous subversion of the 1968 Johnson Vietnam peace talks. Granular audio analysis of a Face the Nation interview from later that year shows the Republican nominee deceptively downplaying reporters’ questions about undermining the president’s anti-war initiative when he uttered a sleep talking-like phrase stating “We nuke them now.” This NewsInsideOut.com U.S. presidential history investigative report appears at a time when critics say America’s Commander in Chief is MIA while unarmed troops guard the U.S. southern border patrol.
Background from a Washington Post article written in 2009 states how “The story of Richard Nixon’s surreptitious contacts with the South Vietnamese government is quite well-known: fearful that a last-second peace deal would give Hubert Humphrey the election, Nixon agents—chiefly Anna Chennault—reached out to the South Vietnamese government of Nguyen van Thieu. The message: a peace settlement under a Nixon presidency would be more favorable to the South Vietnamese.” The role of Asian American political operative Anna Chennault is highlighted in a new MSNBC documentary titled “Betrayal” now available online.
Nixon White House Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman’s notes from October 22, 1968, published by the New York Times record a conversation with the then-Republican nominee asking him to “monkey wrench” the peace talks. Citing declassified Johnson White House Tapes the BBC wrote in 2013 “By the time of the election in November 1968, LBJ had evidence Nixon had sabotaged the Vietnam war peace talks – or, as he put it, that Nixon was guilty of treason and had “blood on his hands”.”
A Guardian book extract from 2000 explains President Nixon ordered a tactical nuclear strike against North Vietnam in 1969. It went on to state how “Nixon had been open to the use of tactical nuclear weapons in Vietnam as early as 1954 and as president-elect in 1968 had talked of striking “a blow that would both end the war and win it”.”
A 2002 U.K. Independent report titled “Nixon wanted to drop nuclear bomb on Vietnam” described how then newly-declassified tapes offered “new glimpses of the already documented dark side of the former president.” This NewsInsideOut.com U.S. presidential history investigative report goes further pushing back and linking timelines suggesting one reason President Nixon sought office by any means in 1968 was the pursuit of a personal Oppenheimer-esque so-called “Destroyer of Worlds” nuclear ambition targeting Vietnam.
Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer infamously misquoted the Bhagavad Gita when describing what it felt like watching the first atomic bomb explosion in the modern era for a 1965 television documentary. The physicist explained the verse as “I am become death” but where the Sanskrit word Kala appears it refers to “Time” whereupon Mahakala and Mahakali are the respective time god and goddess. Therefore, the verse can be read as “I am become Time, destroyer of worlds,” where everything that exists within a relative universe succumbs to time without exception.
U.S. President Richard Nixon appeared on Face the Nation on October 27, 1968, where he responded to reporters’ questions concerning interference with the Johnson Vietnam peace talks. Below are the remarks of President Nixon to reporters (Source: “Richard Nixon on Face the Nation 1968” Richard Nixon Foundation YouTube). Those comments were subjected to granular audio analysis for this NewsInsideOut.com U.S. presidential history investigative report with results presented below. Secret sleep talking-like messages encrypted backwards in the Republican nominee’s statements are indicated in bold. Granular audio methods and their implications are discussed later in this article.
We nuke them now: I’m talking about the people within the White House staff who are supposed to be privy to the various negotiations that are going on. I’m not going to go into any details with regard to the men that are involved. I’m only referring to the reports that have been made. I’m not going to make any charges against any of Mr. Johnson’s personal staff. It’s apparently quite well-known that they do support [Democratic nominee] Hubert Humphrey perhaps more enthusiastically than he does.
More than three years later Nixon White House Tapes of April 25, 1972, revealed POTUS in conversation with SecState Kissinger discussing an extended Vietnam War bombing campaign including use of a nuclear weapon.
Nixon: I still think we ought to take the dikes out now. Will that drown people?
Kissinger: That would drown about 200k people.
Nixon: Well no, no, no. I’d rather use a nuclear bomb.
Kissinger: That, I think, would just be too much.
Nixon: The nuclear bomb? Does that bother you?
Nixon: I just want you to think big, Henry. For Christ’s sake.
The Richard Nixon White House legacy is synonymous with Watergate and the massive anti-authoritarian social movement that followed whose lasting subculture impact resonates to the present day. This NewsInsideOut.com U.S. presidential history investigative report offers further context for today’s popular nuclear power protests as an expression of public disgust over elected leaders whose nuclear ambition-fueled MADness would compel them to commit treason or to play God with humanity.
Research that exposed human speech as a “multidimensional stimulus” with “numerous ways you can extract a message from it” was reported in the scientific journal Nature in 1999. In that report human observers were described as competent in resolving words while listening to highly-distorted speech recording samples. The procedure followed by scientists at Cal State involved digitally sampling recordings of human speech where samples were then reduced to grains of @50ms in duration.
Those grains were then locally time-reversed and globally resequenced in an attempt to emulate conditions found in voice-over-digital-network transmission (now commonly referred to as VoIP telephony). This methodology parallels techniques commonly used in biosciences where the nucleotides (grains) of a DNA molecule (sample) are resequenced in attempts to express novel characteristics of existing organisms (or to synthesize entirely new organisms from existing genetic materials).
For every set of discrete items the number of possible permutations of its order or sequence can be determined by using what is known as the factorial function (n!) where for example 3! = 3 x 2 x 1 = 6. In terms of granular speech synthesis the number of 50ms grains can be substantial, leading to what mathematicians call large numbers. For example, calculating the number of possible permutations of a set of 21 50ms grains by factorial function can be said to result in approximately 51 sextillion different sequences (5.1090942e+19).
However, for every set of discrete items (no matter how many), it can also be said that one possible permutation will always reflect the mirror or reverse order of the original sequence. In such a way (1, 2, 3) is newly rendered as (3, 2, 1). This understanding offers a shortcut of which common knowledge within the scientific and engineering communities is indicated by the inclusion of reverse macro functions in widely-used digital audio workstation (DAW) software applications and hardware. Investigators following the sampling, granular time-reversing and resequencing procedure modeled by scientists studying human speech intelligibility at Cal State can bypass untold iterations and simply monitor audio playback in reverse or mirror order with one click of a cursor.
From this reporter’s perspective the most important reason for bypassing myriad alternative sequence iterations is founded upon empirical evidence of practical intelligence discovered encrypted backwards in human speech. In the public domain this intelligence has offered preemptive understanding of facts concerning the Iraq War, the identity of one serial killer, the identity of a Russian spy and the resurrection of a CIA assassination program all named in broadcast media and online publications sometimes years before they were substantiated by mainstream news reports. Some of these reports are detailed in links provided below.
However, within modern society there remain numerous deeply ingrained superstitious implications of such encrypted multidimensional speech phenomena. These perceptions can be said founded upon dogmatic unscientific belief in fictitious untestable unproven entities and their supposed influences upon human behavior. Proponents of such scandalous misconceptions would stir the public to reject any suggestion of a time wheel’s (Sanskrit “Kalachakra”) bi-directional rotation, for instance. It is this type of Luddite perspective that would discourage the use of an automobile transmission’s reverse gear, compelling motorists to circumnavigate the globe instead of simply backing into a parking spot.
Therefore, only those capable of rejecting medieval injunctions against widdershins procession can embrace the type of volatile materials revealed through such a path of auditory inquiry. To quote one prominent Seattle psychologist this extremely psychoactive procedure and its findings are “not for beginners”.