FLASHBACK: Meet Henry Kissinger (2009)

08/21/202234 Comments

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FROM 2009: A war criminal, a genocidal eugenicist, a power-hungry plotter, a modern-day Machiavelli, a Rockefeller toadie. Meet Henry Kissinger.

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  1. A57 says:

    So this explains why I got ban again from twitter after my first ban for just posting the before and after of the CDC’s meaning of pandemic, that ban lasted over a year, was back on not even a week when I said things about the trilateral group , Rockefellers and Dr Kissinger. Now it makes sense. At times I feel like I’m being watched and I get people knocking at my door and when I do not answer I watch them take pictures of my cars license plate and of my house. I’m a nobody, what the hell do they want with me? So what I refused the vaccine, that was just common sense after doing a little homework, but I have flooded many social media platforms getting certain pieces of factual info. as best I could. That is all.

    • TimmyTaes says:

      A57: Kissinger is the nobody. When he dies millions will celebrate.

      • sissaly says:

        Why? I do not understand this hatred of Kissinger. Can you explain it?

        At 100 + he is the only advocate for peace in the entire world.

        He has warned the Western Politicians that their reckless manipulations are going to result in war with China and pushing them into the arms of Russian and North Korea and the West will lose this confrontation the politicians and bureaucrats recklessly engage in.

        He is correct. I do not understand how someone who advocates for peace is so hated.

        • TimmyTaes says:

          sissaly: You probably aren’t old enough to remember Kissinger as Secretary of State under Richard Nixon. For those of us who do remember Kissinger’s role in the Vietnam War, including the bombing of Laos and Cambodia; he will always be a war criminal.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Maybe this is one of the reasons, a document on “the population problem” particularly in third world countries.

          The man served the agenda of the wealthy globalists without blinking an eye. Perhaps you should learn more about Kissenger. Corbett has older podcasts on him, I think.


          Maybe you think he is a changed man and grew a conscience?

          Can someone be redeemed for past evils? It’s a good question to ponder.

        • Steve Smith says:

          “At 100 + he is the only advocate for peace in the entire world.”

          Sissaly, please send me a little bit of that stuff you’re smoking.

          Seriously, you make some very good points in your posts. I’ve enjoyed reading your thoughts. But WTF?
          Have you ever heard of a older gentleman named Ron Paul? He’s been advocating for peace as long as anyone can remember. Never wavered and is still actively advocating for peace every day.

          If Kissinger has turned over a new leaf. It’s years and countless lost lives too late.
          You’re way out of line on this. Both with your condemnation of Corbett as well as your admiration of the monster Heinz.

          • cu.h.j says:

            “At 100 + he is the only advocate for peace in the entire world.”

            That statement is definitely false. The only one advocating for peace, please. I didn’t catch that part.

            But you say that it is too late, countless lives lost. Good to hear your perspective.

            I’m not so sure it’s ever too late, but I have found that people who easily compromised their values in the past don’t turn over new leaves.

            A sociopath and psychopath don’t have the same moral values as those who are not. Kissenger’s past deeds show that he had those tendencies. So, I’d actually be shocked if he had turned over a new leaf.

            • Steve Smith says:

              Without confession and contrition and asking to be forgiven. At least to be forgiven by humanity if not God. How could anyone seriously think that he has changed?
              Maybe I missed his public apology for being a psychopathic monster for most of his career but I don’t think so.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I don’t think he’s changed, personally. I think it would be out of character.

                I’m curious though to find out if he’s really been advocating for peace? I’ll have to look that up.

                I think restorative justice works sometimes, a person who has done wrong tries to do good. For example, there were a group of Vietnam veterans who went over to try to help remove land mines. Some of them spoke out against the war. Some of these same people killed innocent people. So are they redeemed? I would say they are trying to make amends.

                I have done wrong in my life and usually try to apologize to the harmed party and sometimes that’s the best I can do. I think most people with a conscience feel better when they try to make up for the harm they have caused. They can forgive themselves and look in the mirror.

                Kissinger though, I suspect he’s the same psychopath he’s been in the past.

  2. Viv Aldistaw says:

    What an asshole

  3. lekp says:

    My first memory of politics was when I was 6 in 1963. Picture it, small town America 1963. (The pretty, young teenager Sharon Tate had been our Miss Richland in her poofy red polka-dot dress just 4 years earlier). We were called in early from morning recess only to be told that school was getting out early and we were to go straight home. After walking home, I found my mother in front of the TV and she was crying. She said the President had died. I didn’t understand why that would upset her as he wasn’t someone we actually knew nor was he a relative…so I went outside to play. Oh, sweet innocence. My mother loved her country and President so much that only weeks prior, she had driven herself and her 4 little girls out to the desert in the unbearable heat (with NO AC mind you!) in our light green 4-door Plymouth station wagon, when Hanford had never before been open to the public and waited in the 15 MILE LONG traffic of the 37,000 people wanting to be there. Where my mom having 4 little girls to tend to, could only stand in a dirt parking lot of thousands of empty cars to look through her little opera glasses binoculars to be able to watch President John Kennedy’s helicopter coming into Hanford where my dad was a young Engineer. God, I remember that heat and trying to squat in the sliver of shade of the car’s tire to get some relief. News reports say that 70 people had to be administered to because of heat exhaustion that day. Mom took black and white home movies of the President’s helicopter coming in on her 8 or 16mm movie camera. It was a speck in the sky as our car had to have been easily over a mile away in that makeshift dusty dirt parking lot of empty cars.

    Fast forward to being a sophomore in high school when Kissinger was the Secretary of State under Nixon and hearing people saying Kissinger was the anti-Christ. I knew what they were referring to but didn’t know enough about politics to understand WHY they were saying it. And then when Nixon was running against McGovern for his 2nd term in office, given the choices, I decided if I was old enough to vote that I would vote for Nixon. Fast forward to Watergate and the realization that I REALLY understood NOTHING about politics. So I decided to learn about it myself. I certainly hadn’t been taught about it in school. And that self-education led me to now being 65 and having never voted in a single presidential election.
    What happened to my country in 60 years? Now I cry like my mother did in 1963. Her president was gone and now my entire country is.

  4. Octium says:

    You got my hopes up when the “flashback” came up.

    I thought the old monster might have finally snuffed it.


  5. Davinna says:

    Has anyone watched the interview with Kay Griggs, whistleblower and former wife of a U.S. Marines Corp Colonel? I only watched for a couple of hours as it was so long (almost 8 hours) and dark. In the interview, she details the grooming, sexual blackmail, and corruption involved at the highest levels of the U.S. military and in being promoted in the U.S. military. She talked a little bit about Henry Kissinger, referring to him as Heinz, and his role in it.

    • Duck says:

      I never watched the whole thing thru but Blackpilled did a thing on her a while back


      he does a pretty good overview as far as I can see.

      • Davinna says:

        Thanks. That’s a good idea to just watch an overview. That hadn’t occurred to me!

      • HyperSimian says:


        “he does a pretty good overview as far as I can see.”

        Blackpilled is racist, homophobic, and anti-semitic the whole time. The guy actually defends Joseph McCarthy in this podcast.

    • ejdoyle says:

      Indeed. I have them downloaded to my hard drive. I have been downloading as much “evidence” as I can over the years come the day the web scrubbed.

      Latest one is Biden naked in a suburban backyard spanking a naked young girl (about 14?) who’s hands are tied and the rope above her in tree.

      The disease of our extermination goes very deep.

  6. lekp says:

    Been doing a bit of research on Kissinger’s MO on his conflict strategy applied in prior Middle Eastern conflicts. He seems to always suggest ceding territory (to Russia currently) to force a cease-fire to allow time for the desired country (Ukraine currently) to resupply arms.

    • lekp says:

      ….to resupply arms for a future and broader conflict as was his stategy for the ceasefire between Israel and Egypt in the early 70’s, giving Israel time to gain an arms advantage for future Middle Eastern conflicts.

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I was incredibly impressed with
    FLASHBACK: Meet Henry Kissinger (2009)

    There was a lot of well-sourced information in this video, yet it was easy to grasp.
    The audience of this presentation could be anyone – not just limited to the conspiracy minded.
    I think High School or college history classes should show this.

    The visuals made it so much more profound.

  8. Buddy says:

    I didn’t think it was possible to think less of Kissinger, but..yep, I do.

  9. ejdoyle says:

    In 1970, Henry Kissinger said:
    “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control people.”

  10. illbnice2u2 says:

    “Even if I were pollinated and fully vaccinated, I would admire the un-vaccinated for withstanding the greatest pressure I have ever seen, even from partners, parents, children, friends, colleagues and doctors.
    People who were capable of such personality, courage and critical ability are undoubtedly the best of humanity. They are everywhere, in all ages, levels of education, states and ideas. They are of a special kind; they are the soldiers that every army of light wants to have in its ranks. They are the parents that every child wants to have and the children that every parent dreams of having. They are beings above the average of their societies, they are the essence of the people who have built all cultures and conquered horizons. They are there, next to you, they look normal, but they are superheroes.
    They did what others could not, they were the tree that withstood the hurricane of insults, discrimination and social exclusion. And they did it because they thought they were alone, and believed they were the only ones.
    Banned from their families’ tables at Christmas, they never saw anything so cruel. They lost their jobs, let their careers sink, had no more money … but they didn’t care. They suffered immeasurable discrimination, denunciation, betrayal and humiliation … but they kept going.
    Never before in humanity has there been such a “casting”, now we know who are the best on planet Earth. Women, men, old, young, rich, poor, of all races or religions, the un-vaccinated, the chosen of the invisible ark, the only ones who managed to resist when everything collapsed.
    That’s you, you passed an unimaginable test that many of the toughest Marines, Commandos, Green Berets, astronauts and geniuses could not withstand.
    You are made of the stuff of the greatest who ever lived, those heroes born among ordinary men who glow in the dark.”

    Author unknown

  11. clapson says:

    Greetings from the suuny climes of Manitoulin Island!
    Thank you for yet another excellent video article, Mr Corbett. Will you please be so kind as to indulge my computer ignorance, and give me a detailed tutorial on how to purchase your USB/flash-drive? I will buy it immediately.
    That you, and best wishes, Solar.

  12. sissaly says:

    Good Lord Corbett, could you be any more biased?

    Your hatred ooozes out of your voice like a thick viscous phlegm that has clogged your usually clear thinking.

    Looking at what Kissinger has said and done, it is easy to see that your hatred is unfounded.

    The man has a very clear insight into the goings ons of the world. A World Order happens. Currently, the old order is Crashing and Burning and a new Order is being born in the East. Cleary Kissinger can see it.

    His sage advice to Western leaders has landed on rocky soil and the foolish Representatives of the Western Hybrid Republics are marching ever forward toward total destruction which comes from within.

    The Barbarian Hordes path was paved for them by the corruption from within the Roman Republic, the worst form of Government because the Representative is so very corruptible.

    The gates were left wide open.

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