Tuesday, Jan 6, 2008
Every time I see the aged Henry Kissinger, I am reminded of the worst sort of pornography. In fact, I am reminded of a snuff film. Henry Kissinger is likely one of the most notorious killers on the planet, a monster that makes Charles Manson look like a silly school boy. Manson did not actually kill anybody. He had his brainwashed zombies engage in the dirty work. Kissinger didn’t kill anybody either. He had the Pentagon, the CIA, and various cutthroat clients do his dirty work, that is to say the dirty work of the global elite. Charlie had a few deranged girls on LSD do his bidding. Henry enlisted whole armies to commit the crimes he engineered for his bosses.
“Henry Kissinger’s role in the Cambodian genocide, Chile, and East Timor, makes him a first class war criminal, arguably at least in the class of Hitler’s Foreign Minister Joachim Von Ribbentrop, hanged in 1946,” notes Edward S. Herman . “But Kissinger has the impunity flowing naturally to the leaders and agents of the victorious and dominant power. He gets a Nobel Peace prize, is an honored member of national commissions, and is a favored media guru and guest at public gatherings.”
Kissinger sabotaged the 1968 Vietnam peace talks, thus allowing the Vietnam War to drag on for another four years, ultimately at a cost of three or four million dead Vietnamese and 58,000 Americans. Kissinger personally persuaded Nixon to extend the war to Cambodia and Laos which led to another million civilian deaths. According to Nixon’s chief of staff H.R. Haldeman, Kissinger sadistically relished in the details of mass murder campaigns with code names such as “Operation Breakfast,” raids that slaughtered 350,000 civilians.
Kissinger made the murder of Chilean socialist Salvador Allende his pet project. He was chairman of the Forty Committee, a CIA working group whose task was to cause chaos inside the country which would lead to a military coup. “The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves,” quipped Henry. “l don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist because of the irresponsibility of its own people.” Nixon and Kissinger made sure the Chilean fascist organization Patria y Libertad received training in guerrilla warfare and bombing.
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“When the coup finally came, in September 1973, it was led by the most extreme fascist members of the military, and it was unrelenting in its ferocity. Allende was assassinated,” writes Mark Zepezauer . “Several cabinet ministers were also assassinated, the universities were put under military control, opposition parties were banned and thousands of Chileans were tortured and killed, many fingered as ‘radicals’ by lists provided by the CIA.”
Kissinger went out of his way to protect the brutal Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. “At a time when Pinochet was the target of international censure for state-sponsored torture, disappearances, and murders, Kissinger assured him that he was a victim of communist propaganda and urged him not to pay too much attention to American critics,” writes Lucy Komisar .
|Kissinger and Nixon paved the way for the rise of Pol Pot and the murder of over a million Cambodians.|
Kissinger green lighted Suharto’s invasion of East Timor. On October 8, 1975, a member of the National Security Council, Philip Habib, told meeting participants that “It looks like the Indonesians have begun the attack on Timor.” Kissinger’s response to Habib was, “I’m assuming you’re really going to keep your mouth shut on this subject.” Kissinger was not concerned about the loss of life. He was worried that the use of US-made arms in the invasion would be exposed to public scrutiny. 60,000 Timorese were ultimately hunted down and slaughtered by Suharto’s thugs.
“President Ford and Secretary of State Kissinger, who gave the go ahead to Suharto’s invasion of East Timor and subsequent massive war crimes there, and the same Kissinger, who helped President Nixon engineer and then protect the Pinochet coup and regime of torture and murder and directed the first phase of the holocaust in Cambodia (1969-75), remain honored citizens,” laments Herman.
It was the Kissinger engineered “secret bombing” of Cambodia that led to the rise of Pol Pot, who butchered and starved to death over a million of his fellow countrymen.
Despite all of this, Henry Kissinger is looked upon admirably by the establishment and its corporate press as an “elder statesman.” He gets on television and tells us how things should be done.
In the video here, he repeats the corporate media lie about Hamas and the Palestinians. In 1988, according to the Washington Post , Kissinger “recommended at a private gathering recently that Israel prohibit television reporters and cameras from the violence-torn occupied territories and that the Palestinian uprisings be suppressed ‘brutally and rapidly,’ according to a memo paraphrasing his remarks… The memo said Kissinger emphasized repeatedly that under no circumstances should Israel make concessions during the current period of violence.”
Prior to Hamas, Kissinger vilified the PLO. “When Henry Kissinger was secretary of state, he did more than most to demonize the Palestine Liberation Organization and hamper the settlement of the Palestinian issue,” the Post  wrote on April 2, 1989. “Apparently, however, he does not feel he did enough. From his private offices in New York, he is now firing barrages of editorial missiles at the organization and the concept of Palestinian rights. It is true, he says, that the PLO has recognized Israel, accepted Security Council Resolution 242 and renounced terrorism, but these commitments are too vague to build on.”
But what really rankles in the video here is Kissinger’s call for Obama to create a New World Order. “It’s a great opportunity,” declares Kissinger.
Indeed, for the Bilderberger and Rockefeller minion Kissinger, the election of Obama and the manufactured crises all around are a “great opportunity” to usher in world government.
In order to better understand what Kissinger has in mind — what the global elite have in mind (since Kissinger does not speak on his own, same as he did not engineer all the coups and staggering mass murders attributed to him on his own) — let us reflect on what he said on May 21, 1992, at a Bilderberg meeting held in Evian, France:
“Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order [referring to the 1991 riots in Los Angeles]. Tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there were an outside threat from beyond [i.e., an “extraterrestrial” invasion], whether real or promulgated [emphasis in original], that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well-being granted to them by the world government.”
Finally, considering Kissinger’s track record and the long, sordid, and bloody one of the New World Order, we can be assured the world government imagined by Henry and crew will not think twice about murdering a few million people in order to realize their demented dreams. Such acts are business as usual for the ruling elite.