Pat Buchanan goes far beyond the divisive demagoguery of Newt Gingrich to really, truly flirt with fascist leadership. makes anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi comments, uses extremist staffers who work with white supremacy groups and militias, and until recently put an anti-Israeli conspiracy rant on his official World Wide Web page.
Well today writing over at World Net Daily, Buchanan explains how the Supreme Court’s decision this week is really just part of its wider agenda imposing the religion of “secular humanism” on the American public:
The Supreme Court has ordered the de-Christianization of all public institutions in what was a predominantly Christian country. Christian holy days, holidays, Bibles, books, prayers and invocations were all declared to be impermissible in public schools and the public square.
Secular humanism became, through Supreme Court edict, our established religion in the United States.
And the American people took it.
Why was there not massive civil disobedience against this anti-Christian discrimination, as there was against segregation? Why did Congress, which has the power to abolish every federal district and appellate court and to restrict the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, not act?
Its surprising that no one talks anymore about Buchanan’s involvement in the Nixon Administration and its scandals. Buchanan joined Nixon’s staff as a young (25 year old), bright and extreme partisan. He was part of Nixon’s absolute inner circle — the first full-time staffer hired when Nixon began his comeback in 1966, and one of the last half-dozen friends and aides who remained loyal until the end. Buchanan avoided major attack because he declined a chance to lead the break-in at Daniel Ellsberg’s office (for strategic reasons), and documented his decision in a memo. But he was involved in a number of disturbing episodes that are innocent only relative to crimes of Colson, Haldeman and Magruder. For example, unethical and even illegal dirty tricks against campaign opponents, his admitted attempts to cover up Watergate by urging Nixon to burn the infamous White House tapes, and worst of all, his role in using the IRS against political enemies.
Buchanan even admits to obstruction of justice in the matter. He urged Nixon, in a documented memo, to destroy the White House tapes that eventually proved his crimes and led to his resignation. That, of course, would have been illegal obstruction of justice, as even Fred Buzhardt, the White House lawyer at the end, acknowledged. “If we’d decided to destroy the tapes, that would have been real obstruction of justice, and we couldn’t even talk about it.” Nonetheless, Buchanan defends his memo to Nixon, even to this day. His only regret? “I should have pressed him harder to burn them.”
QUOTES and TRIVIA:
“Promiscuous homosexuals appear literally hell-bent on Satanism and suicide.” – Pat Buchanan 10/17/90