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MUST WATCH!

THIS IS THE GAMEPLAN!

KISSINGER IS LAYING IT OUT AND WE NEED TO BE AWARE!



Kissinger tells Congress how to use the New START Treaty to nuke Iran

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/7881-1
May 25, 2010

Senate Committee Foreign Relations
Henry Kissinger testifying on the role of strategic arms control in a post–Cold War world.

"Wars are won or lost in the temple, before the battle ever begins"
-Sun Tzu

This psychopath is using these 21st Century Temples to wage war on the American people with insane nuclear first strike plans without public knowledge! It is our duty to hear this guy's testimony and expose it IMO. Why is the media "hush hush" about Kissinger speaking to the Senate? This should be a major media event-much bigger than Lindsey Lohan's passport getting stolen!
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Senate will kick off hearings on START ratification next week
http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/97547-senate-will-kick-off-hearings-on-start-ratification-next-week
By Michael O'Brien - 05/12/10 03:07 PM ET

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee announced a series of hearings on the New START treaty beginning early next week.

Committee Chairman John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Sen. Richard Lugar (Ind.), the ranking Republican on the committee, will kick off efforts to ratify the nuclear arms reduction treaty with a hearing on Tuesday, May 18th featuring Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

"We look forward to receiving the New START Treaty and shepherding it through the ratification process," the senators said in a joint statement. "

"In the coming weeks, we will conduct a series of hearings with administration witnesses and outside experts from across the political spectrum to ensure the treaty is rigorously vetted," they added. "Not only will this give Democrats and Republicans ample opportunity to thoroughly review the New START and its annexes, but it will also help make certain the treaty is judged on its merits."

President Barack Obama signed the treaty with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in March, and said this past weekend that he would like to see the treaty ratified by this November's elections. Other senators in both parties have expressed less optimism about the treaty's chances this year.

In addition to the hearings with Clinton, Kerry and Lugar will host other foreign policy heavyweights in two separate hearings later this month. Former Secretary of State James Baker will testify Wednesday, May 19th on "the history and lessons of START," while former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will testify Tuesday, May 25th on "the role of strategic arms control in a post-Cold War world."
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Statement by George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger, and Sam Nunn on START Follow-On Treaty
http://www.nti.org/c_press/Statement_by_Four_on_START_Follow_On_032610.pdf
March 26, 2010

The four of us have expressed our belief that the potential use of nuclear weapons is one of the
gravest dangers the world faces and have expressed our support for moving toward a world
without nuclear weapons. But we understand that eliminating nuclear weapons will be a long-
term and very difficult undertaking, and so we have emphasized the importance of near-term
steps leading to that goal. Critical to achieving any of these steps was the renewal last year of
nuclear arms talks between the United States and Russia. The goal of those talks has been a
near-term reduction of nuclear weapons, with mutually-agreed verification procedures.
The governments of Russia and the United States have recently concluded the talks started last
year. We congratulate them on this important achievement. We look forward to carefully
reviewing the Treaty when it is made public. We strongly endorse the goals of this Treaty, and
we hope that after careful and expeditious review that both the United States Senate and the
Russian Federal Assembly will be able to ratify the Treaty. We also urge the two governments
to begin planning now for even more substantial reductions, including tactical nuclear weapons.

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Former Secretary of State George Shultz, former Secretary of Defense William Perry, former
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and former Senator Sam Nunn have joined together to co-
author three op-eds in The Wall Street Journal linking the vision of a world free of nuclear
weapons with urgent steps that can be taken to reduce nuclear dangers. For more information
about their efforts, please visit www.nuclearsecurityproject.org

CONTACT: Cathy Gwin, Nuclear Threat Initiative
202-270-5942
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Kissinger's Propaganda Film: Nuclear Tipping Point
http://www.nti.org/index.php

Nuclear Tipping Point is a new documentary film that focuses on conversations with four men intimately involved in American diplomacy and national security over the last four decades. Former Secretary of State George Shultz, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of Defense Bill Perry and former Senator Sam Nunn share the personal experiences that led them to write three Wall Street Journal op-eds in support of a world free of nuclear weapons and the steps needed to get there.

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Visit www.nucleartippingpoint.org to order a free DVD, learn about the film, sign up to get updates from the Nuclear Security Project and more.

The Nuclear Security Project started with the January 4, 2007 Wall Street Journal op-ed by former Secretary of State George Shultz, former Secretary of Defense Bill Perry, former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and former Senator Sam Nunn. All four authors are leading the Project and NTI serves as the Project Secretariat.



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Henry Kissinger tells us when the NWO will start – Another Kiss on the Lips from the Enlightened One
http://www.theworldsprophecy.com/kissinger/
This video was posted on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 and filed under Apocalypse, The Future, Videos.

You have to love Henry Kissinger for saying it just like it is. He is well aware of just how unbelievably ignorant the masses are, so he spits out whatever they have planned without the details of course. That interview was a year ago, so another 3 years and we will already see the beginning of the New World Order.

Pass this on to all your friends. Even if they ridicule you, it may save them at a later time. God bless!


“The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a bit longer.”

Henry Kissinger

“Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order. Tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there were an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, 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.”

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Death of a Diplomat and a New START in Arms Control
http://hnn.us/articles/126151.html
By Richard A. Moss 5-03-10

Richard A. Moss is a co-editor at nixontapes.org and works as government consultant in Northern Virginia. He defended his doctoral dissertation, “Behind the Backchannel: Achieving Détente in U.S.-Soviet relations, 1969-1972,” at The George Washington University in May 2009. The views presented in this op-ed are his own and do not necessarily reflect the views of his employer or the U.S. Government.


That Dobrynin is as sharp as a tack,” Henry Kissinger marveled to President Nixon in the Oval Office.  “The way that he edited that letter of yours…He actually strengthened it.”

Kissinger’s discussion with the president – recorded on February 23, 1971, one week after the installation of Nixon’s secret White House taping system – was focused on a largely deceptive document:  a letter from Nixon to Alexei Kosygin designed to hide a recent breakthrough in secret U.S.-Soviet arms control negotiations then underway (In his memoirs, Nixon even misrecalled that the letter was to Soviet General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev).

And the Dobrynin whom Kissinger extolled was Anatoly Feodorovich Dobrynin, the longtime Soviet ambassador to the United States who was Kissinger’s chief negotiating partner in the backchannel negotiations.  A further measure of Kissinger and Nixon’s esteem for Dobrynin, who died on April 6th at the age of 90, was that the principal party from which the negotiations were to be kept secret, at all costs, was the Nixon administration’s own Department of State.

Although historians chiefly remember Dobrynin for his role in the resolution of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, when he met privately with Robert F. Kennedy, his greatest triumph was his contribution to the reduction of superpower tensions during the Nixon administration.  Dobrynin’s canny understanding of American domestic politics and clout back home in the Kremlin earned him membership in the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union – an extraordinary feat for a mere diplomat in the Brezhnev era.

Fitting, then, that ITAR-TASS announced Dobrynin's death on the very day Presidents Obama and Medvedev signed a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in Prague -- even though Dobrynin had passed away in Moscow two days earlier.  It was Dobrynin who, representing the Soviets, played the critical role in brokering the compromise between Moscow and Washington that produced the landmark Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT I) and the Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) treaties of 1972.

In Dobrynin’s time, the primary obstacle to arms control was the link that both countries asserted between offensive weapons, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), and defensive weapons – better known today as “missile defense.”  President Nixon balked at signing any agreement that did not limit the arms race in strategic missiles without a corresponding limitation on defensive arms.  The problem was the asymmetrical nuclear forces between the two superpowers.  Whereas the United States of 1972 placed a premium on accurate missiles carrying a greater number of smaller warheads, the Soviets compensated for inferior guidance systems by fielding a greater number of missiles with huge warheads.  Both sides at the time were developing and deploying defensive weapons known as anti-ballistic missile systems, or ABMs. 

Additionally, the Soviets linked the resolution of arms control issues to the containment of a regional power whose growing influence was deeply troubling to Moscow:  West Germany.  Fortunately for the Kremlin, the Soviet leaders found an able partner in Chancellor Willy Brandt, and West Germany’s rise was economic and peaceful.  Secret meetings between Dobrynin and Kissinger allowed both sides to agree to disagree, resulting in separate agreements for offensive and defensive weapons signed concurrently at the Moscow Summit of 1972, and the ratification of treaties handling the German question.

It is therefore ironic that this month’s START agreement deals, much to the chagrin of the Russian government, only with offensive weapons.  Unlike in 1972, today’s Russian and American offensive force structures look much more alike; and instead of placing a ceiling on the number of weapons to be built at some future date, the new START agreement reduces the numbers of weapons presently deployed.

The 800-pound matroshka doll in the room remains the challenge of defensive weapons.  Ever since the Bush administration abrogated the ABM treaty in 2002, the Russian government has tried to cajole Washington into signing a successor agreement on defensive weapons.  Like its predecessor, the Obama administration has refused to consider this—at least not openly.  The Russians appear to have accepted this because their bargaining position is weaker than that of their Soviet predecessors.  Additionally, they may hope that by acquiescing to the Obama administration’s “reset” of Russian-American relations, they may yet finagle that elusive successor to the ABM treaty.

With a de facto restart of arms control negotiations after nearly two decades in the doldrums, the current treaty may indeed pave the way for future substantial reductions in missile and nuclear forces.  It seems foolhardy to assume Russia will continue to accept a position of relative weakness as it gradually re-emerges as a great, if not super, power.  Future Russian governments may not be as willing as the current one to accept an agreement that, in the short term at least, works largely to the benefit of the United States.

They may also invoke “linkage” on contemporary issues and demand reciprocal concessions, as the Soviet Union did in 1972, and as the United States does today in its efforts to forestall nuclear weapons development in Iran.  When that day comes, possibly in the near future, one can only hope Russia and the United States will be able to call upon the services of diplomats and leaders as capable, as healthily secretive, and as inclined toward productive compromise as Anatoly Dobrynin.

All of the Nixon Tape conversations in which Anatoly Dobrynin are posted at: http://nixontapes.org/afd.html
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New Documents Link Kissinger, Bush Senior To Letelier Assassination. By Patrick Martin
http://kanan48.wordpress.com/2010/04/21/new-documents-link-kissinger-bush-senior-to-letelier-assassination/
2010/04/21
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CIA, State Department role in Operation Condor

Documents released last week by the National Security Archive, which has played a valuable role in uncovering evidence of the crimes of American imperialism in Latin America, provide new details on the role of top US officials in facilitating the assassination of former Chilean foreign minister Orlando Letelier.

These documents add to the overwhelming case for the prosecution of then-secretary of state Henry Kissinger, then-CIA director George H. W. Bush and other top officials for their role in these and other murders perpetrated by military juntas allied with and backed by the US government.

The September 21, 1976 murder of Letelier and an American aide, Ronni Moffitt, was the most spectacular act of international terrorism on US soil up to that time. The two were killed, and Moffitt’s husband Michael wounded, when a bomb detonated underneath their car as they rounded Sheridan Circle in northwest Washington D.C., barely a mile from the White House.

Letelier, who had served as foreign minister and then defense minister in the reformist government of Salvador Allende, was arrested and tortured in the September 11, 1973 military coup lead by General Augusto Pinochet. He was eventually sent into exile, but became a thorn in the side of the Chilean junta because of his political activities abroad, exposing the savagery of the junta’s repression and campaigning for an international boycott.

Michael Townley, an American citizen working for DINA, the intelligence service of the Chilean military junta, was identified as the manufacturer of the bomb that killed Letelier and Ronni Moffitt. In April 1978, he was extradited from Chile under an agreement that limited his potential sentence and protected the top Chilean and US government officials, who were responsible for ordering the bombing.

Townley served only five years of a ten-year term, and then was placed in the federal witness protection program. Some 27 years after his release from prison, the admitted terror-bomber still enjoys the protection of the US government—and in its service, he may well continue to employ his bomb-making skills.

A Chilean Army captain, Armando Fernandez Larios, and three anti-Castro Cuban exiles, Alvin Ross Diaz, Guillermo Novo Sampoll and his brother Ignacio Novo Sampoll, were convicted in the same trial. The Cubans had long records of right-wing terrorism, much of it while in the employ of the CIA.

Townley testified at the trial that the assassination was ordered by the head of DINA, Manuel Contreras, who reported only to Pinochet. It was carried out in collaboration with the Coordination of United Revolutionary Organizations (CORU), a Cuban exile group headed by Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch, who approved the attack and supplied the operatives who actually planted the bomb that Townley built.

The assassination of Letelier was the culmination of a wave of international gangsterism that followed a series of right-wing military coups across Latin America between 1964 and 1976, largely in response to the Cuban Revolution and the upsurge in the working class that followed throughout the region.

With the full backing and encouragement of the US government, and with the CIA in particular playing the leading role, right-wing military regimes were established in Brazil (1964), Bolivia (1971), Ecuador (1972), Uruguay (1973), Chile (1973), Peru (1975), Argentina (1976). This period also saw the US invasion and occupation of the Dominican Republic in 1965.

By 1976, every country in the “southern cone”—Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil—was under military rule. These dictatorships embarked on a program of extermination of left-wing opponents who were in exile. This program, supported by the Ford administration in the US, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and CIA Director George H. W. Bush, was known as “Operation Condor.”

The first major assassination came on September 30, 1974, when General Carlos Prats, former Chilean Defense Minister under Allende, and his wife were murdered by a car bomb in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In October 1975, Bernardo Leighton, Allende’s vice president and a leading Christian Democrat, survived an assassination attempt in Rome. Eleven months later came the murder of Letelier on the streets of Washington D.C.

For the past three decades, despite mounting evidence to the contrary, Kissinger and Bush have maintained that the US government had no responsibility for the assassination of Letelier. The initial story—backed by selective leaks to friendly publications like the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Newsweek—was that Letelier had probably been killed by “leftist extremists,” or else by “rogue” Chilean operatives acting independently of the Pinochet regime.

In the 1990s, however, with the end of the Chilean junta, some evidence of its past crimes began to emerge. In 1993, Contreras and a second DINA leader, Colonel Pedro Espinosa Bravo, were convicted in a Chilean court of ordering the Letelier killing and sentenced to prison terms of seven and six years, respectively.

Documents and testimony emerged about the role of Contreras as a CIA asset during the critical period following the coup, 1974-77, the years when Operation Condor were set in motion and carried out its bloody work. (One estimate, based on documents uncovered by a Paraguayan judge, is that the mutual slaughter by the dictatorships of each others’ opponents—the juntas circulated death lists to their allies—was responsible for 50,000 deaths, 30,000 “disappearances” and the jailing of 400,000 people).

The documents released on April 10 by the National Security Archive relate to Kissinger’s personal role in the last stages of the preparation of the assassination of Letelier. On August 3, 1976, Kissinger was presented a briefing paper on Operation Condor by State Department aides who objected to the assassination program largely on political and diplomatic grounds. It could prove embarrassing to the United States if its client regimes were found engaged in an international rampage.

The Latin American section of the State Department drafted a demarche, a formal diplomatic note to be sent with Kissinger’s signature to six South American countries, with particular emphasis on Uruguay, Argentina and Chile. According to a memorandum written on August 30, 1976, which was made public decades ago, these regimes were to be told that “assassination of subversives, politicians and prominent figures both within the national borders of certain Southern Cone countries and abroad … would create a most serious moral and political problem.”

It has also long been known that the rebuke was never actually delivered to any of the regimes involved. Several of the ambassadors objected to the tone and content of the note, concerned that it would alienate the dictators. The US ambassador to Uruguay flatly refused to deliver the message, saying he feared for his life—an indication of the atmosphere that surrounded all these bloodstained regimes.

The new documents reveal, however, that it was Kissinger himself who ordered the note rescinded and thus ended the last effort to hold back Operation Condor. On September 16, 1976, Kissinger sent a cable from Lusaka, Zambia, where he was traveling, to the assistant secretary of state for inter-American affairs, Harry Shlaudeman.

Referring to “memo dated August 30 ‘Operation Condor,’ Secretary declined to approve message to Montevideo and has instructed that no further action be taken on this matter.”

While the cable refers only to Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, the implication was that all efforts to restrain Operation Condor were to be halted. Four days later, Shlaudeman, while visiting Costa Rica, sent a telegram to his own deputy, William Luers, back at the State Department, confirming, “You can simply instruct the ambassadors to take no further action, noting that there have been no reports in some weeks indicating an intention to activate the Condor scheme.”

A day after this telegram—whose last phrase reads suspiciously like official disinformation—the supposedly inactive “Condor scheme” materialized on the streets of the US capital with the murder of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt.

According to a statement by Peter Kornbluh of the National Security Archive, “The September 16th cable is the missing piece of the historical puzzle on Kissinger’s role in the action, and inaction, of the U.S. government after learning of Condor assassination plots … We know now what happened: The State Department initiated a timely effort to thwart a ‘Murder Inc.’ in the Southern Cone, and Kissinger, without explanation, aborted it.”

Minutes declassified 25 years later detail a private meeting between Kissinger and Pinochet in Chile on June 8, 1976, just over three months before the murder of Letelier. Pinochet complained to his US visitor about the efforts of human rights groups in the US to cut off American military aid to Chile, twice referring by name to Letelier.

Kissinger told Pinochet, “In the United States, as you know, we are sympathetic with what you are trying to do here. I think that the previous government was headed toward Communism. We wish your government well.”

He told Pinochet that he would be giving a speech on human rights to an upcoming meeting of the Organization of American States, saying that he would have to make some reference to conditions in Chile. “I can do no less without producing a reaction in the US which would lead to legislative restrictions,” he explained. “The speech is not aimed at Chile.”

These documents have the utmost relevance today, when the US government, first under George W. Bush and now under Barack Obama, claims for itself the right to conduct a global version of Operation Condor, assassinating anyone designated by the president of the United States as a supposed “enemy combatant,” including US citizens, regardless of international law.

As the history of Operation Condor makes clear, international gangsterism is nothing new for American imperialism. The technology has changed, as has the political climate within the US ruling elite, which now makes it possible for presidents to declare openly what Nixon, Ford and Kissinger could only carry out in the shadows.
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The Role of Strategic Arms Control in a Post-Cold War World
http://senatus.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/kerry-lugar-announce-start-hearings/

WHO: former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger

WHEN: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. EST
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Fmr. Sec. of State Kissinger Urges Nuclear Treaty Ratification
Today - May 25 2010 -- CSPAN3 at 9:30 EST

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger provides his historical perspective on nuclear disarmament and U.S.-Russia relations in testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today. The committee is reviewing the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) signed last month by President Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev.

Kissinger served as Secretary of State and National Security Adviser at the height of the Cold War, during the Nixon and Ford administrations, and has publicy supported the treaty. The new accord builds upon nonproliferation and arms reduction measures in the 1991 START and 2002 Moscow treaties and, after approval by this committee, requires ratification by the full Senate.

Hearing: C-SPAN3 at 9:30am ET     

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Henry, this parasitic skinsack is humanitys nightmare. Sane has a handle on this subhuman shiiitbag.

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Fmr. Sec. of State Kissinger Urges Nuclear Treaty Ratification
Today - May 25 2010 -- CSPAN3 at 9:30 EST

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger provides his historical perspective on nuclear disarmament and U.S.-Russia relations in testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today. The committee is reviewing the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) signed last month by President Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev.

Kissinger served as Secretary of State and National Security Adviser at the height of the Cold War, during the Nixon and Ford administrations, and has publicy supported the treaty. The new accord builds upon nonproliferation and arms reduction measures in the 1991 START and 2002 Moscow treaties and, after approval by this committee, requires ratification by the full Senate.

Hearing: C-SPAN3 at 9:30am ET     



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Kerry specifically mentioned Iran
Lugar has just mentioned Iran
Think there's a theme here? Let's count... bet that's not the last we'll hear IRAN mentioned.
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Henry Kissinger
« Reply #12 on: May 25, 2010, 08:46:30 pm »
I appologize if this has already been addressed, but I just was watching Kissinger on CSPAN2...He was answering questions and addressing some type of arms treaty between the US and Russia....I cannot believe he still receieves the repsect he is given...He does not make any sense and he is about to curl over and die...Drool is running down his neck and he just does not purport any kind of confidence whatsoever...How can the elites even want him to be a spokesperson??? I do not get it!!!

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Re: Henry Kissinger
« Reply #13 on: May 25, 2010, 08:50:59 pm »
He's been more than a spokeman, he has been a coordinator in his day, but he is in his dotage, doubtless.

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Re: Henry Kissinger
« Reply #14 on: May 25, 2010, 08:53:29 pm »
The correct spelling of that creature's last name is "Pissinger."

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Re: Henry Kissinger
« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2010, 08:57:22 pm »
The correct spelling of that creature's last name is "Pissinger."

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I got one even better: Hissinger... get it, he 'hisses' like a snake he is. Sssss, gonna bite ya!

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Re: Henry Kissinger
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2010, 08:57:52 pm »
I am still watching this...This guy can barely speak and yet everyone is bowing down to him...unbelievable...

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Re: Henry Kissinger
« Reply #17 on: May 25, 2010, 08:58:49 pm »
I appologize if this has already been addressed, but I just was watching Kissinger on CSPAN2...He was answering questions and addressing some type of arms treaty between the US and Russia....I cannot believe he still receieves the repsect he is given...He does not make any sense and he is about to curl over and die...Drool is running down his neck and he just does not purport any kind of confidence whatsoever...How can the elites even want him to be a spokesperson??? I do not get it!!!

For someone who's supposed to be a "retired government official" for so long, I'm shocked the masses don't notice how he's still active in everything.

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Re: Henry Kissinger
« Reply #18 on: May 25, 2010, 09:26:01 pm »
I appologize if this has already been addressed, but I just was watching Kissinger on CSPAN2...He was answering questions and addressing some type of arms treaty between the US and Russia....I cannot believe he still receieves the repsect he is given...He does not make any sense and he is about to curl over and die...Drool is running down his neck and he just does not purport any kind of confidence whatsoever...How can the elites even want him to be a spokesperson??? I do not get it!!!


It's easy! Once you sell your soul to the Elite globalists, as Kissinger did a long time ago, you do their bidding the rest of your life in exchange for money, power, position, favors, & things! This is all that matters to corrupt people! They care not about anyone, but themselves and controlling others! The same goes for Brezinski, Soros, Rockefeller (all the old men who should not be involved in our government at all, but who all still are.)  ::)
Don't believe me. Look it up yourself!