Friday, December 28, 2007

Kissinger Pushes For Perpetual War

Do you believe that world affairs have reached a boiling point, and could not possibly get any worse? Well, they can and they will if the former Secretary of State and most feared and hated of war criminals in the world has his way.

Henry Kissinger, the architect behind some of America's worst foreign policy decisions, the bombing campaigns in Laos and Cambodia, and the ally of every vicious, cruel, and maniacal dictator the world over, including the one that currently resides in the White House, is now advocating for John McCain's never ending war scenario. This traitor who was allowed to skulk away scot free after advocating for Nixon to tear up the Constitution of our nation, is now, and always has been, just behind the curtain, and along with other good buddies such as James Baker the third, who himself tried to block any investigations into 9/11, have been influencing the events that are throwing the world into chaos, and pushing the United States and the Russians back into the days of the Cold War.

Being the shrewd politico that he is, Kissinger knows that Americans need a boogeyman in order to rally them around the flag and allow for their precious civil rights to be taken away in the name of freedom of course.

This being the case and even after being weaned from the government payroll, Kissinger still lurks around Dick Cheney's office, like Satan himself, whispering deadly thoughts and ideas, that then become public policy.

Here's just some of Kissinger's crimes. Ones that he got away with after Nixon's downfall. Ones that he continues to commit to this day, even as he openly advocates for John McCain to be our next President. If you can read this and believe that this is the direction that our country needs to go, then we are truly all lost.

First let's look at some of Kissinger's more famous quotes, just to remind you of the evil that this man is capable of and the man that this current evil regime turns to for advice:

“I don't see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist due to the irresponsibility of its people. The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves.”
“Today Americans 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 there was 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 with world leaders 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 their world government.”
“The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”
"It is an act of insanity and national humiliation to have a law prohibiting the President from ordering assassination."
"It is not a matter of what is true that counts, but a matter of what is perceived to be true."

Next, let's take a look at some of the actions that only scratch the surface of Kissinger's crimes against the American people, notwithstanding the fact that he has business dealings with some of the world's cruelest and most violent dictators:

VIETNAM: Kissinger scuttled peace talks in 1968, paving the way for Richard Nixon's victory in the presidential race. Half the battle deaths in Vietnam took place between 1968 and 1972, not to mention the millions of civilians throughout Indochina who were killed.
CAMBODIA: Kissinger persuaded Nixon to widen the war with massive bombing of Cambodia and Laos. No one had suggested we go to war with either of these countries. By conservative estimates, the U.S. killed 600,000 civilians in Cambodia and another 350,000 in Laos.
BANGLADESH: Using weapons supplied by the U.S., General Yahya Khan overthrew the democratically elected government and murdered at least half a million civilians in 1971. In the White House, the National Security Council wanted to condemn these actions. Kissinger refused. Amid the killing, Kissinger thanked Khan for his "delicacy and tact."
CHILE: Kissinger helped to plan the (Sept. 11)1973 U.S.-backed overthrow of the democratically elected Salvador Allende and the assassination of General René Schneider. Right-wing general Augusto Pinochet then took over. Moderates fled for their lives. Hit men, financed by the CIA, tracked down Allende supporters and killed
them. These attacks included the car bombing of Allende's foreign minister, Orlando Letelier, and an aide, Ronni Moffitt, at Sheridan Circle in downtown Washington.
EAST TIMOR: In 1975 President Ford and Secretary of State Kissinger met with Indonesia's corrupt strongman Suharto. Kissinger told reporters the U.S. wouldn't recognize the tiny country of East Timor, which had recently won independence from the Dutch. Within hours Suharto launched an invasion, killing, by some estimates, 200,000 civilians. (Village Voice, August 15-21, 2001).

And with the same cast of characters from the Ford Administration (Vice President: Nelson Rockefeller, brother of David with whom Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski
founded the Trilateral Commission--also in 1973, while he was still Secretary of State; Chief of Staff: Dick Cheney--now Vice President; Secretary of Defense: Donald Rumsfeld; Director of Central Intelligence: George Herbert Walker Bush--back as Daddy Bush) back for a return engagement in the current administration, it seems only natural that Kissinger would also return. Maybe that’s why we have such a sense of déjà vu at the headlines surrounding 9/11 and the subsequent “investigation.” Remember that Bush’s first choice to head the commission to investigate 9/11 was none other than Henry Kissinger. After all, Kissinger had experience in heading such commissions, having done so for the events in Central America in the 80’s. And considering the fact that he is deep in the counsels of the current Administration and that Bush has stated that he and Kissinger are “of the same mind,“ his proposed appointment to investigate 9/11 would appear to be very much a case of history attempting to repeat itself.
Conducting whitewash “investigations” isn’t the only recurring theme associated with Henry Kissinger; we also have the domestic spying programs. Kissinger ordered the bugging of his own NSC staff after Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times, which led to the organization of the “plumber’s unit.” So is the level of secrecy upon which the administration is insisting and the reliance on the claim of executive privilege in order to protect a corrupt administration run amok,.
Whenever we being to see the sins of the past returning to haunt the present with implications for the future, it’s time to take a good hard look at the common threads. In this case, the common thread is a cabal of men determined to rule the world through whatever means necessary, the people be damned. Deep in the heart of that cabal stands Henry Kissinger. His crimes are a matter of public record, it’s time to hold him accountable, and stop this demon from continuing to stink up the halls of our government, from giving his insidious advice to our current leaders, or from endorsing anyone as our next President. Yes, Kissinger gleefully looks forward to the next Cold War, and openly pushes us in the direction of annihilation in order to make money off of all of our deaths. Batmanchester

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