Monday, November 10, 2014

Historian Phil Nelson Has Written Another Historically Significant Book on Lyndon Johnson: LBJ: From Mastermind to “The Colossus”

By Robert Morrow   512-306-1510

A Must Read Book: LBJ: From Mastermind to “The Colossus”

Amazon Description:

Phillip F. Nelson’s new book begins where LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination left off. Now president, Johnson begins to push Congress to enact long-dormant legislation that he had previously impeded, always insisting that the timing wasn't right. Nelson argues that the passage of Johnson’s “Great Society” legislation was designed to take the focus of the nation off the assassination as well as lay the groundwork for building his own legacy.

Nelson also examines Johnson’s plan to redirect US foreign policy within days of becoming president, as he maneuvered to insert the US military into the civil war being fought in Vietnam. This, he thought, would provide another means to achieve his goal of becoming a great wartime president. In addition, Nelson presents evidence to show that the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty in 1967 was arguably directed by Johnson against his own ship and the 294 sailors on board as a way to insert the US military into the Six-Day War. It only failed because the Liberty refused to sink.

Finally, Nelson presents newly discovered documents from the files of Texas Ranger Clint Peoples that prove Johnson was closely involved with Billie Sol Estes and had made millions from Estes’s frauds against taxpayers. These papers show linkages to Johnson’s criminal behavior, the very point that his other biographers ignore.

ROBERT MORROW review of the Nelson book:

This book is a MUST-READ for any political journalist, historian, political scientist or person who has a sharp interest in American history. I give it my highest recommendation.

The Truth: Lyndon Johnson was a Serial Murderer, a Mass Murderer who Murdered JFK, Who Murdered 34 Americans on the USS Liberty and who had Sex with His Grandmother Ruth Ament Huffman. There is a term for men who have sex with their mother. Lyndon Johnson was so depraved that new terminology must be invented to describe him. LBJ was not your normal Mother-F. Lyndon Johnson was a Grandmother-F.

Phil Nelson has established himself as the nation's preeminent historian on Lyndon Johnson and that is because Nelson will tell some simple truths about LBJ: that LBJ murdered John Kennedy, that LBJ had a personal hit man named Malcolm Wallace; that LBJ murdered Henry Marshall in 1961; that LBJ murdered Sam Smithwick in prison in 1952; that LBJ murdered 34 Americans on the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967.

That is some simple truths about LBJ that to their shame Robert Caro, Robert Dallek, Michael Beschloss, Mark Updegrove and LBJ's "Come"-Bucket Doris Kearns Goodwin refuse to tell.

On page xl in this book you can also read about Lyndon Johnson having sex with his grandmother Ruth Ament Huffman. That information comes from Ray Hill who read this demented freak's sexual history at the Kinsey Institute when Ray Hill worked there in the early mid 1960's.

Lyndon Johnson also stole 2 million troy ounces of gold in 1969 from Victorio Peak located on the White Sands Missile testing range in New Mexico. We know that because the LBJ family tried to launder this dirty stolen gold, now worth billions, in 1989 after the Johnson family, like many others, had suffered financial set backs in Texas in the 1980's when several banks failed.

The truth is Lyndon Johnson was a serial murderer who should have been strapped into a Texas electric chair in the 1950's and fried until the eyeballs popped out of his head. Or perhaps he should have been drawn and quartered.

The family of MLK in 1997 went on national TV and told ABC News that they thought LBJ had murdered MLK, too. LBJ absolutely hated MLK who was secretly supporting Robert Kennedy for president in 1968, calling him "my main man."

And more than any other single person this demented, depraved freak Lyndon Johnson was responsible for USA involvement in the Vietnam War, and he lied our way into that too.

Jack Ruby called LBJ a "Nazi of the first order" and LBJ himself referred to his early "Nazi operation" of stuffing ballots when he was in college at San Marcos State Teachers College (now known as Texas State).

God Bless Phil Nelson for writing this book and giving us the real story on mega-criminal and serial murderer and mass murderer Lyndon Johnson. Somebody is long overdue for urinating on LBJ's grave out in Stonewall. To know Johnson is to hate Johnson that is how much scum he was, a man who should be mentioned in the same breath as an American Adolph Hitler or Joseph Stalin.

So let's close this review of Nelson's fabulous book with what folks like LBJ sycophant Bill Moyers and McGeorge Bundy were telling Arthur Schlesinger privately while LBJ was still alive. From Schlesinger's memoirs:

January 14 1969

I took part with Bill Moyers, Jack Valenti, Eric Goldman and Ted Sorensen (in Kansas City) in a National Education Television commentary. Afterward Bill and I went over to the Algonquin for a drink. We talked a bit about the problem of writing about Johnson. Bill said, as he has said to me before (and Dick Goodwin has said even more often), that one great trouble was that no one would believe it. He said that he could not see how one could write about Johnson the private monster and Johnson the public statesman and construct a credible narrative. "He is a sick man," Bill said. At one point he and Dick Goodwin became so concerned that they decided to read up on mental illness - Dick read up on paranoia and Bill on the manic-depressive cycle."
[Schlesinger, Journals, p. 306]

January 15 1971

Last night I spoke at the annual dinner of the Century. I sat next to Mac Bundy and we discussed, among other things, the Khrushchev memoirs. I remarked on the curious resemblance between Khrushchev's account of the life around Stalin - the domineering and obsessive dictator, the total boredom of the social occasions revolving around him, the horror when invited to attend and the even greater horror when not invited - and Albert Speer's account of the life around Hitler. Mac said, "When I read Khrushchev, I was reminded of something else in addition - my last days in the White House with LBJ."
[Schlesinger, Journals, p. 333]

Editorial Reviews
"Phil Nelson has led the way for a more accurate reappraisal of our thirty-sixth president, and the results are shocking. Nelson nails it."
--Roger Stone, New York Times bestselling author

 "A stunning indictment of the dark forces that subverted the republic through an unspeakable act of treachery by Lyndon B. Johnson."
--Gerald D. McKnight, PhD, author of Breach of Trust and The Last Crusade.

"Outstanding! Nelson has written a book for the ages that apologist LBJ historians cannot possibly ignore unless they purposely choose to . . . for the truth hurts: LBJ wrecked the 1960s. In short, Nelson succeeds where others fail through sheer tenacity and a will to expose LBJ for what he is: the most corrupt president we have ever had. Bravo!"
--Vince Palamara, author of Survivor's Guilt: The Secret Service and the Failure to Protect President Kennedy

"With the publication of Colossus, Phil Nelson has cemented his place as the leading historian of Lyndon Johnson. He has gone far beyond where Robert Caro was willing to go--and the results are breathtaking! A monumental contribution to American history."
--James H. Fetzer, PhD, McKnight Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota Duluth

"I represented two disparate clients who never knew one another but who both claimed LBJ killed JFK. They were E. Howard Hunt, Watergate and JFK assassination conspirator, and Billie Sol Estes, LBJ's bagman and silent business partner. Phillip F. Nelson in his first book convincingly marshaled the evidence that LBJ did in fact kill JFK. . . [This] sequel book proves once LBJ achieved his goal of being president, his administration became rife with hypocrisy, criminality, and corruption."
--Douglas Caddy, attorney, member of the Texas and District of Columbia Bars

"After absorbing Phillip Nelson's damning evidence against Lyndon B. Johnson, principled citizens may demand his name be stricken from all public works."
--Jim Marrs, New York Times bestselling author of Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy

From the Author
[From the Introduction]

This book begins where my first book, LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination left off. Within the pages of that book, certain truths were revealed about Lyndon Johnson's persona; they were characteristics that are only briefly acknowledged and forgotten, if noted at all, in other biographies of him. The conclusions reached in that book become the premise upon which this one is based. Although it does contain certain brief observations about his years as president, the focus of the earlier book was the assassination of President Kennedy; now the focus shifts, and we turn our attention to how Johnson's personal conduct became the imprint of his administration as he propelled the country, through pure mania, through five of the most turbulent years ever experienced by the United States.

[From the Epilogue]
[W]e are now left to ponder how the course of history and the evolution of the American culture might have progressed had we been spared the trauma of the Vietnam War and the other bizarre, bewildering, and inexplicable actions taken during the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson that led to the most divisive and tumultuous period--one induced intentionally, and primarily to bolster the president's own narrow political and financial interests--in American history. While there is no way of knowing precisely how the United States "might have been" had Lyndon Johnson never become president, it is clear that his known "drunken driving" habit deeply affected the country and its direction over the last fifty years. Because of the swerving five-year test drive, as the drunken President Lyndon Johnson figuratively drove the country into the ditch--just as he had literally done with a number of government-owned automobiles at his ranch--it has taken decades for his successors to try to restore the nation's confidence and conscience, made all the more difficult because of their own secrets that had to be hidden.

1 comment:

  1. Tom Wood had a guy on his podcast who mentioned that and FDR had to call off his goons in the IRS on Johnson.