History keeps on echoing in the most unpleasant way. It wasn't too long ago that I saw that some candidate for political office used the slogan "Now more than ever." I don't know if the candidate was being ironic, or ignorant, but that slogan carries some heavy baggage, perhaps not as heavy as "Ein volk, ein reich, ein fuhrer," but it was used for electing Richard Nixon.
Now Nixon is back, more than ever it seems. We have a president-elect's spokesperson insisting that if the President does something, it is by definition legal. And then news came out that Nixon worked to scuttle the 1968 peace talks aimed at ending the war in Vietnam.
In a just world, there should be a line a mile long of people waiting to piss on Nixon's grave. There should be a similar line waiting to piss on Kissinger, who, unlike the tens of thousands of people who died in Vietnam, is still alive and well and seemingly respected.