The Beatles legend George Harrison‘s angry letter to U.S President Richard Nixon has been exposed. According to his message, Harrison blames Nixon for bombing Cambodian citizens and worry about kicking him out of the country for smoking at the same time.
Author Chip Madinger discovered that letter while researching Lennology: Strange Days Indeed. Here is that part from the book:
“George came to the States in March of ’73 for the Apple meetings and to work on the Ringo album. He came in from Pakistan and was detained at the airport. And they went through some ‘he said and she said’ and but eventually was allowed to come into the States. And I believe he was given permission to stay until June 1 and he was looking for more time.”
Here is Harrison’s letter to Nixon:
“Sir, how can you bomb Cambonian citizens and worry about kicking me out of the country for smoking marijuana at the [same] time. Your repressive emperor war monger ways stop before too piece luv.
We will run the world, Harry Krisher Hare Hara Krishne Hare Hara Hare Hara Krishner.
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