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in 1968, they did not want him in office in 1973-1974. (Nixon had been told that rather than 1960 he could be President in 1968 which he preferred knowing their plans for 1975-76.) When they wanted to arrange Nixon's fall, they did not want Spiro Agnew to be in the line of sucession.

4. Alexander Haig, with strong ties to the New Order, the Rockefellers, and on the CFR, according to Agnew in Agnew's book Go Quietly or Else, made veiled threats on Agnew's life if he didn't resign.

5. The New Order knew Agnew's life story, and knew the Press could convince the public that the allegations about Agnew were true (which they weren't). He was selected for Nixon's Vice-President, so that the New World Order could force him out of office, and install the Mason/Bilderberger Ford.

6. The Watergate Affair was intentionally created by the CIA and the Rockefellers. Read Gary Allen's The Rockefeller File. The man who blew the whistle on the Watergate Breakin was a CIA

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