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Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« on: February 28, 2009, 11:02:58 pm »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_M42yR0ZNI

'Henry Kissinger tells CNN that U.S. and China should help to establish a New International System. A.K.A. New World Order'
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Re: Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2009, 11:13:00 pm »
We dont need a new international system, we need the old one back >_>
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Re: Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2009, 11:20:34 pm »
We need to extradite him to France where I believe he is wanted for warcrimes.
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Re: Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2009, 11:23:09 pm »
We need to extradite him to France where I believe he is wanted for warcrimes.
I could think of other places, perhaps a deserted Island with no clothing.
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Re: Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« Reply #4 on: February 28, 2009, 11:34:23 pm »
I could think of other places, perhaps a deserted Island with no clothing.
Or the moon...Island just sounds too nice.
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Re: Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« Reply #5 on: February 28, 2009, 11:38:06 pm »
Or the moon...Island just sounds too nice.
We can give him a soccer ball named Wilson..
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Re: Kissinger Mentions New International System on CNN
« Reply #6 on: March 01, 2009, 12:23:12 am »
We need to extradite him to France where I believe he is wanted for warcrimes.

http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=2654
August 2001

Questions for Kissinger Go Unasked
Journalists show “sensitivity” to war-crime suspect’s feelings
By Peter Hart

While visiting Paris in May, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger received a summons to appear at the French Palace of Justice to answer questions about murders and disappearances in Chile in the 1970s. While the story was carried by major European news outlets, it has received relatively little coverage in U.S. media.

The French wanted to ask Kissinger what he knew about Operation Condor, a consortium of Latin American governments that assassinated dissidents in each other’s countries. Evidence that the U.S. government supported Operation Condor has been available for years (The Nation, 8/9-16/99; New York Times, 3/6/01).

The French magistrate who summoned Kissinger was particularly interested in what light he might shed on the disappearances of five French nationals who disappeared in Chile during or shortly after the country’s 1973 coup, which Kissinger was instrumental in instigating. But the French courts would learn nothing from Kissinger, who left town the day after being summoned without answering any questions (Agence France Press, 5/29/01; Daily Telegraph, 5/31/01).

http://news.pseka.net/index.php?module=article&id=814
Kissinger: Wanted for questioning
2002-04-30 17:15:12
The Age, Australia -- By Christopher Hitchens -- April 30 2002 -- Here are some snapshots from the recent career of Henry Kissinger.

In May of last year, during a stay at the Ritz Hotel in Paris, he is visited by the criminal brigade of the French police, and served with a summons. This requests him to attend the Palais de Justice the following day to answer questions from Judge Roger LeLoire. The judge is investigating the death and disappearance of five French citizens during the rule of General Pinochet in Chile. Kissinger declines the invitation and leaves Paris at once. In the same week, Judge Rodolfo Corrall of Argentina invites Kissinger's testimony in the matter of "Operation Condor". This was the codename for a state-run death-squad, operated by the secret police of six countries - Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Ecuador - during the 1970s and 1980s. Its central coordination was run through an American base in Panama, at the time when the National Security Adviser and Secretary of State (and chairman of the committee overseeing all US covert operations) was Henry Kissinger. Again, Kissinger declines to answer written requests for information.

 Later in the same year, Judge Guzman in Santiago, Chile, sends a written summons to the State Department requesting Kissinger's testimony about the death and disappearance of an American citizen, Charles Horman, in the early days of the Pinochet dictatorship. (Horman's story was dramatised by Constantine Costa-Gavras in the award-winning movie Missing.) Once again, no reply is received to this request for testimony. On September 10, 2001, a major civil suit is filed in the Federal Court in Washington, DC, by the relatives and survivors of General Rene Schneider, the former head of the Chilean general staff, who was assassinated in 1970 because of his opposition to a military coup. The lawsuit charges Henry Kissinger with ordering and arranging General Schneider's murder. The attorney for the plaintiffs, Professor Michael Tigar, announces that every document in the indictment comes from declassified government sources.In the European spring of 2002, Judge Balthazar Garzon, of Spain, supported by other judges in France, asks Interpol to detain Kissinger for questioning during his visit to London.

In Chile, the courts announce that if they continue to meet with no response to their requests for cooperation, they may seek Henry Kissinger's extradition. At the same time, the government of Brazil asks Kissinger to cancel a proposed visit to the city of Sao Paolo, saying that it cannot guarantee that he will be immune from attempts to indict him. Earlier this month, a petition for Kissinger's arrest is filed in the High Court in London, citing the destruction of civilian populations and the environment in Indochina during the years 1969-75. The High Court rules in such a manner as to leave room for a further application. This is not a complete or exhaustive list of the difficulties now facing America's best-known ex-secretary of state. Recently, I was informed via the former Spanish ambassador to the United States that Kissinger had approached the embassy asking whether he would be safe if he visited Spain. These days he does not travel without legal advice.

http://statismwatch.ca/2008/06/08/montreal-june-9-to-12-2008-wanted-for-questioning-in-chile-brazil-argentina-paraguay-france-and-spain-for-war-crimes-henri-kissinger-to-followup-bilderberg-conference-with-keynote-address-at/

tradingmarkets.com Wednesday, April 09, 2008

(Ed. note: Henri Kissinger is wanted for questioning in Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, France and Spain for war crimes. One wonders why Canada is rolling out the red carpet for a man with connections to some of the most horrific genocides of our age.)

MONTREAL, Apr 9, 2008 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) — – Henry Kissinger, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and U.S. Secretary of State under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, will be one of the keynote speakers at the 14th edition of the International Economic Forum of the Americas/Conference of Montréal, taking place this June 9 to 12 at Montréal’s Hilton Bonaventure Hotel.
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