In order to understand why people hate this man we need to get to know more about the enigma.
We’ll take a trip back to the inception of Herny A. Kissinger, Henry was born in May 27,1923 in Furth Germany, this currently leaves him at the ripe old age of 97. His family fled Germany sensing the impedning tragedy of the holocaust when Herny was 15 years old. They set their eyes on New York. To cut a long story short he excelled in school, studied to become an accountant and eventually found himself to be drafted into the army (WWII) where he would fight the Nazi German regime his family fled from.
He served first as a rifleman in France and then as a G-2 intelligence officer in Germany. Over the course of the war, Kissinger abandoned his plan to become an accountant and instead decided that he wanted to become an academic with a focus on political history.
Kissinger first achieved widespread fame in academic circles with his 1957 book Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy, opposing President Dwight Eisenhower‘s policy of holding out the threat of massive retaliation to ward off Soviet aggression. Instead, Kissinger proposed a “flexible” response model, arguing that a limited war fought with conventional forces and tactical nuclear weapons was, in fact, winnable.
From 1961-68, in addition to teaching at Harvard, he served as a special advisor to Presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson on matters of foreign policy. Then in 1969, Kissinger finally left Harvard when incoming President Richard Nixon appointed him as national security advisor.
Henry Kissinger is a geopolitical consultant who served as United States Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the presidential administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. A Jewish refugee who fled Nazi Germany with his family in 1938, he became National Security Advisor in 1969 and U.S. Secretary of State in 1973.
In his first two years in office, he helped Richard Nixon sabotage Vietnamese peace talks for his own political gain, expanded that war into Laos and Cambodia (the destabilizing effects of which would pave the way for the rise of the Khmer Rouge and the death of up to two million people), and advocated the bombing of, in his own words, “anything that moves.”
In the 1960s Kissinger was an advisor of Lyndon Johnson’s, who was about to sign a ceasefire with the North Vietnamese in the Vietnam War.
In his book The Trial of Henry Kissinger Christopher Hitchens argues that if Johnson had been able to bring about a ceasefire with the North Vietnamese before the upcoming elections in 1968, Nixon would have probably lost the elections to the Democratic contestant Hubert Humphrey (LBJ was not seeking re-election).
Kissinger then leaked this information to Nixon’s team, who then were able to relay this info to the South Vietnamese with the promise of being in a position to obtain better ceasefire terms for them. All they had to do was to not agree to ceasefire negotiations proposed by the Johnson government. The South Vietnamese followed suit and one could argue that Kissinger’s betrayal contributed to a prolongation of the Vietnam War.
In ‘73, he orchestrated a military coup against the democratically elected Allende regime of Chile, installing in its stead the violently oppressive Pinochet dictatorship. A newly declassified cable obtained by The Observer reveals the lengths to which Henry Kissinger went to cover up atrocities in Chile and give comfort to the regime of General Pinochet.
The cable, describing their only meeting in 1976, shows how Kissinger bolstered Pinochet while hundreds of political prisoners were still being jailed and tortured. The then American Secretary of State assured Pinochet that President Gerald Ford’s administration would not punish him for violations of human rights. He told him he was a victim of Communist propaganda and should not pay too much attention to American critics.
“I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist due to the irresponsibility of its own people.” – Kissinger rationalising the overthrow of the democratic government of Chile and installing a military junta that would brutalise the population for the next 17 years.
(And when they say ‘communist’ in this context what they mean is invoking the ideological framework against nations running contrary to the Washington Consensus: using their wealth & resources for internal development, in Chiles case nationalising the copper mines to pay for healthcare and education and so on, instead of sending it abroad to foreign multinationals.)
One of Mr Kissingers more notorious interventions was the handling of the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, where Kissinger basically gave the then Pakistani leadership free reign in the mass slaughtering Bangladeshi civilians, because he feared an intervention into Pakistani affairs could risk alienating Pakistan, which back then was an important broker between the US and China. One has to keep in mind that Kissinger was also responsible for implementing the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and the US, which was one of the Nixon administration’s greatest political achievements. Pakistan was an important partner of China’s and the US needed them to broker negotiations with China
The links between Kissinger and Turkey formed a long lasting relationship between Kissinger and the Israeli Lobby in the United States, particularly the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the Turks. When Turkey invaded Cyprus in July 1974, Kissinger was only concerned about the continued operation of U.S. intelligence bases in Turkey and three in the presently under Turkish military control and occupied north zone of Cyprus: Yerolakkos, Mia Milia, and Karavas. Eventually, these listening stations were evacuated in 1975 by CIA agents and U.S. Marines.
The confirmation of Kissinger’s support for the invasion of Cyprus is what triggered a wave of anti-American terrorist activity in Greece in the mid-1970s and well into the 1980s. It is Kissinger who is ultimately to blame for anti-American violence in Greece, both for his support of the Greek junta and his support for the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. Kissinger himself, in proposing an intervention in Cyprus, summed up his philosophy best: “The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”
He began secretly bombing against the knowledge of Congress
Thanks to whistleblowers like Daniel Ellsberg, we were able to find out that, under Kissinger’s oversight and Nixon’s direct approval, the US began secretly bombing Cambodia and Laos without authorisation or knowledge of congress. This escalated the Indochina War and ended up killing hundreds of thousands of people and led to the rise of Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
Overall, on those two points alone, Kissinger is a traitor, war criminal and co-responsible for the deaths of millions of people. Millions of tonnes of explosives were dropped on these 3 countries alone. Many did not explode and still cause severe injuries and deaths. The countries were totally destroyed and the effects of the chemical warfare still cause cancer and tumours.
What is NSSM200?
Kissinger wrote the ‘Top Secret Document” National Security Study Memorandum in 1974. The ‘Kissinger Report’ talks about bringing valuable resources from around the world to the USA. He mentions that it was easy to take our country’s resources as long as those countries were stable and unstable countries were difficult to access. So the question he asks is, how can we stabilize less developed countries? (As we know all the richest commodities are in these places).
In his bullshit report he writes “Whatever may be done to guard against interruptions of supply and to develop domestic
alternatives, the U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries. That fact gives the U.S. enhanced interest in the political, economic, and social stability of the supplying countries. Wherever a lessening of population pressures through reduced birth rates can increase the prospects for such stability, population policy becomes relevant to resource supplies and to the economic interests of the United States.” So, in other words for a country to be stable it needs Population Policy.
Popultion policy are the following acts: Legalising abortion, incentives for contraception, steralization and abortions and even forced birth control and forced steralization. The Kissinger report also mentions withholding ‘food aid’ to the less developed countries if they didn’t comply with population policy. So, it seems like high level blackmail in the sense of we ‘stabilize a country to get its resources using population control aka abortions, contraception incentives and forced steralization. If you don’t comply we pull out our charities that supply food to you so you can starve.
If you want to see a prime example of population policy look at China who have the one child policy, or two if the first child is a girl. China goes through millions of abortions every year, but according to the UN they were given an award for Outstanding Population Policy. It also helps that Henry Kissinger has close ties to China’s communist rising under the leadership of Mao Zedong. Peru was another example of the blackmail approach by Kissinger where women were forced to be sterilized to get food to feed their starving children.
Key Architect of the New World Order
Kissinger is proud to say he is a key architect of the New World Order and throughout his lifetime he is happy to put this action into the world as we know today. He was a key member of the Council Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg Group and also the Bohemian Grove.
Henry Kissinger may have a possible relation to The Rothschild Family. Heinz Alfred Kissinger was born in Fürth, Bavaria, Germany, in 1923 during the Weimar Republic, to a family of German Jews. The surname Kissinger was adopted in 1817 by his great-great-grandfather Meyer Löb, after the Bavarian spa town of Bad Kissingen. Meyer Rothschild’s great grandfather’s name was Lob Rothschild.
He is also a businessman as the founder of Kissinger Associates Inc, which is a geopolitical and lobbying company with some heavy hitting clients.
Hilary Clinton / Kissinger relationship
George W. Bush appointed Ashkenazi war criminal Henry Kissinger to head-up the 9/11 commission and then Kissinger had to step down because conflict of interest
“Military men are ‘dumb, stupid animals to be used’ as pawns for foreign policy.”
— Henry Kissinger, quoted in the book The Final Days
This is in the book, but it is only given from a third-hand source. Kissinger has denied saying it. It should be noted that Kissinger served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
Henry Kissinger has written 3 best selling books about his life, in the deed of his government papers to the library of congress, he hasn’t allowed anyone to access them till 5 years after his death.