In the unclassified Watergate tapes, recording a private conversation inside the oval office, Nixon slandered Bohemian Grove
Red Flag: Both the United Nations and Atomic Bomb were given birth at the Bohemian Grove, a secret club for politicians and elites hell bent on serving a world government.
The Atomic Bomb:
Several reliable sources have confirmed that The Manhattan Project (which led to the creation of the Atomic Bomb) was born at Bohemian Grove. A Bohemian Club member named Robert Sproul recruited Ernest Lawrence in 1932. During his time in the club, Ernest met elite investors who would help him raise funds for energetic nuclear particles. They were John Neylan, William Crocker and Edwin Pauley. About ten years later (09/1942) Ernest used the river club house at the Grove to figure out The Manhattan Project.
The atom bomb made this particular meeting at the Grove world famous, but it was not an isolated case of business and government planning through Bohemian club facilities. This was but one in a long series of historical business-related activities done in the context of a Bohemian corporate family network. The Club takes pride in this event, and members often tell new guests this story while at the Grove. Participants at the Grove meetings of September 13 and 14, 1942 were experts in Radiation, Physics and Chemistry:
E.O. Lawrence, U.C. Radiation Lab
Donald Cooksey, U.C. Radiation Lab
Robert L. Thornton, U.C. Radiation Lab
Robert Oppenheimer, U.C. Physics Department
James B. Conant, President of Harvard
Lyman Briggs, Dir, Nat’l Bureau of Standards
Eger V. Murphree, Chemist, Director of Arthur H. Compton Dean, Dept of Physical Chicago & Consultant to G.E.
Lt. Col. Kenneth Nichols, U.S. Army
Major Thomas Crenshaw, U.S. Army
(Bohemian Club Library notes #7 1960)