“Kissinger is a friend, and I relied on his counsel when I served as secretary of state”
September 5, 2014
In a review for the upcoming book, “World Order,” likely 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton praised author Henry Kissinger’s “compelling case” for building a global architecture.
Writing for the Washington Post, Clinton fawned over Kissinger’s lifelong work, arguing that “no viable alternative” for the future remains.
“Henry Kissinger’s book makes a compelling case for why we have to do it and how we can succeed,” Clinton wrote.
According to Clinton, President Obama and herself have long worked toward fulfilling the same strategy as Kissinger.
“His analysis, despite some differences over specific policies, largely fits with the broad strategy behind the Obama administration’s effort over the past six years to build a global architecture of security and cooperation for the 21st century,” she said.
Clinton went on to point out the chaos currently enveloping countries like Iraq and Syria, ignoring her direct role in both country’s current downfall.
“The liberal international order that the United States has worked for generations to build and defend seems to be under pressure from every quarter,” she said.
Clinton also used the opportunity to plug her book, “Hard Choices,” talking specifically about her role in reinforcing the global order.
“I was proud to help the president begin reimagining and reinforcing the global order to meet the demands of an increasingly interdependent age,” she said. “Kissinger is a friend, and I relied on his counsel when I served as secretary of state.”
With no hesitation, Clinton went on to flaunt her hawkish nature in regards to foreign policy, using the “isolationism” buzz word often used to attack those who support a constitutional approach towards the initiation of war.
“In the past, we’ve flirted with isolationism and retreat, but always heeded the call to leadership when it was needed most,” she said. “It’s time for another of our great debates about what America means to the world and what the world means to America.”
Clinton’s utopian explanation for Kissinger’s New World Order falls dismally far from reality. Despite her glowing review of the man himself, Kissinger’s history is plagued with death, destruction and a clear desire to erode national sovereignty.
In 2013, 1.7 million classified files known as the “Kissinger Cables,” revealed Kissinger’s deep involvement in orchestrating massacres across the planet. Likely absent from his book, the data dump revealed several criminal comments from Kissinger including, “The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”
“A number of countries in South America and Europe have sought to question Kissinger about his actions during the Nixon and Ford administrations and several individuals have also attempted to make a citizens arrest,” notes Infowars Paul Joseph Watson.
Most famously, Kissinger’s National Security Memorandum #200 advocated for a policy of using “food as a weapon” against “lesser developed” third world countries whose populations pose a risk to the National Security interests of the United States.
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This article was posted: Friday, September 5, 2014 at 11:53 am