A Younger Henry Kissinger
Dr. Henry Kissinger
For a huge variety of well justified reasons, Dr. Henry Kissinger is believed by millions to be one of the single most evil individuals still living, or to have ever lived. The problem with considering Dr. Kissenger as "evil" is that inside of each of us there is a little Dr. Kissinger that lacked the nourishment to reach the heights of satanic fruition that Dr. Kissinger has reached.
Literally, Kissinger is no better than Hitler, it is a great lack of perspective that one must employee to envision Henry Kissinger as the more moral man than A. Hitler. The ideals of Dr. Kissinger are every bit as lethal, but to different demographics of person.
Like his lieutenant and subordinate in the New World Order, B.H. Obama, Kissinger won the Nobel Peace prize - clear indication of an Orwellian world controlled by oligarchy propaganda. Any sensible man now regards the Nobel Prize for peace as the most hideous badge of murder - the mark of a satanic revelry in intent of the gravest order for humanity. Notions set forth by Dr. Kissinger include the idea that the elderly are useless eaters - that is Nobel Prize "peace," and Dr. Kissinger is now elderly, and he still eats.
Dr. Henry Kissinger - The Original Dr. Evil
Quoting Henry Kissinger
- "The elderly are useless eaters." From his book The Final Days.
- "Military men are 'dumb, stupid animals to be used' as pawns for foreign policy." From his book, The Final Days.
- "Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the third world, because the US economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries." From a National Security Memo number 200 dated April 24, 1974.
- "Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac." - From the book The Final Days.
- "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." From a speech at Evian, France on May 21, 1992 at a Bilderburg meeting. Henry was not aware the speech was being recorded by a Swiss delegate.
Henry Kissinger (left) with Fritz Kraemer in 1945
Now good sir, Dr. Kissinger, do you indeed have no honor? Sir?
Who can justify such things? Oh I know for certain that the tongue is a two edged sword - an instrument of division and sin, but OH DR. KISSINGER! Surely you jest? You'd have the elderly starve, Los Angeles invaded after an orchestrated subversive plot, and enjoy the thrill of it all? How much more evil could the human heart contain? How much spite? How much ignorance from one supposedly so brilliant? How much more a vacuum of empathy for his fellows could a man who fought against Hitler have within him?
Try as I might, and try as I may - I can find no justification for the hideous and immoral philosophy of Dr. Henry Kissinger, but the saddest truth of all is that he's revered as a great man, a master statesman, a philosopher, and a teacher! How is any of this possible? What worthy deed has Dr. Henry Kissinger done for this world? What worthy deed has he done at all save his well performed duties in the European theatre of war during the Allied invasion of the very land he escaped from? Has he ever done anything for his fellows? Likely not - Henry Kissinger is the exact dumb stupid beast, pawn of foreign policy that he decried that military men were - all the while, himself a war veteran, Irony knows no bounds, and neither does the black heart of Henry Kissinger.
Let us take a look at the life of Dr. Henry Kissinger - master architect of the new world order.
Henry Kissinger At Harvard University
Young Henry Kissinger
Born as Heinz Alfred Kissinger in Bavaria, Germany in 1923 to a traditional German Jewish family, Henry's father was a schoolteacher, and surely that was a major part of him becoming a bit of an academic. Kissinger wasn't the family's surname originally, but had been adopted many years before, in 1817 by Henry's great great grandmother. The Kissingers could see and feel the turbulent political weather in Germany during the 1930s, and in 1938 they wisely moved to New York City. Henry adopted the culture of the USA readily and quickly, but to hear Dr. Kissinger speak is to realize that he never lost his Frankish German accent.
Do you see how clean cut our Dr. Kissinger is in the photo up above? Well, when Henry got out of high school he promptly went to college, and he worked part time in an old fashioned shave brush factory to help pay his bills. Henry excelled academically and enjoyed working part time too. At the City College Of New York he studied accounting, but his studies were interrupted when he was drafted into the army in 1943.
In the army the future Dr. Kissinger would meet another very talented German immigrant named Fritz Kraemer, and because both of them were very fluent in German, their talents were in great demand. Henry was no coward, he'd volunteered for hazardous duty and got it during the Battle Of The Bulge. As the allied forces advanced into the German heartland, Henry Kissinger brilliantly arranged and organized German civilians, was promoted quickly to Sergeant, and set to tracking down Gestapo officers and other saboteurs, for his efforts, he was awarded the Bronze Star.
Soon young Henry would take on more and more authority - helping to De Nazify assigned districts of captured Western Germany.
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The Dr. Henry Kissinger
Following his very worthy and appreciated service in the second world war, Henry Kissinger returned to the US and put his mind to books, he studied at Harvard College, and in 1954 was awarded his Ph.D from Harvard University. Henry would then remain with Harvard University as a member of the faculty, and his primary manner of influence was in government and international affairs. As an Ivy League staff, one has tremendous sway with government, as universities such as Harvard are practically part of the federal government of the USA. Henry was on his way to becoming the ultimate globalist philosopher - the kind of man that ultimately is an anti Patriot, a hater of the rights and the culture of the nation that so easily and lovingly adopted his family when they fled the Nazis.