The Case Against Kissinger

12/10/201618 Comments

Heinz Alfred "Henry" Kissinger may not be the devil himself, but he sure acts like his emissary. Seemingly everywhere there is death, destruction, carnage, criminality and cover up, you can bet old man Kissinger won't be far behind.

Which is why the Nobel Institute's decision to honor Kissinger (along with the equally horrendous globalist conspirator Zbigniew Brzezinski) at the first ever Nobel Peace Prize Forum in Oslo this Sunday is so ludicrous that one has to imagine that they're merely trolling the public. That feeling is confirmed when we discover that the topic that these two distinguished guests will addressing at that forum is (drum roll please): "The United States and World Peace After The Presidential Election."

Yes, you read that right. The Nobel Institute has invited an unindicted war criminal and an arch-schemer for American imperial domination to talk about the United States and world peace. This would seem like an absolutely inexplicable outrage on behalf of an organization that is supposedly dedicated to the furthering of the peace cause, except (as my dedicated listeners are already well aware) the (Ig)Nobel Peace Prize has (dis)honored many a war criminal in the past, Kissinger included.

Thankfully, the outrage has not gone entirely unnoticed. Nobel Peace Prize Watch (yes, that's a thing) has issued a formal request to the Norwegian Director of Public Prosecutions to arrest Kissinger while he's in Oslo...

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  1. RobinHood77 says:

    Typo alert by E̶a̶s̶t̶ ̶T̶i̶m̶o̶r̶.̶ should read by Indonesia.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Back in college during the long-haired days of 1973, I was making plans with two buddies from Chile to hitch-hike down from Texas through Mexico, Central America, parts of South America and finally arrive in Chile. We had much esprit and Chile was very alive during this era. Just so others know…hitch-hiking was very common during this era combined with the fact that the world had not gone completely insane with “danger all around”.

    Anyway, I well remember the moments when my buddies got word of the coup in Chile (sponsored by Henry Kissinger). I got first hand accounts of the roundups, killings and such. Of course, this event cancelled our trip.

    – Cultural meme of the 60’s and 70’s –
    This is a testament of what type of societal interaction which can occur. During this era, there was an unspoken bond, a certain comradery with total strangers. People tended to be friendly overall. Helpful. “We are all in this together” type attitude. Hitch-hikers (both male and female) recognized this. People would pick you up and talk to you like you were old friends, sometimes offering you a place to stay or to drive you to your destination. There was this “knowing look” as one walked down the sidewalk and flashed the two-finger peace sign. Even some of the cops were cool…I should have been busted for pot, but just warned. Or just a mild reprimand “you shouldn’t do that”.

    The vibes across our culture are completely different now.

    • amjamiediggins says:

      I most heartily agree, there was indeed that “knowing look”, and sadly, that vibe is long gone. I often muse that I was lucky to be born into the tail end of the apex of the American empire (1960 vintage). Sad to be an observer of it’s demise, though this demise is a result of it’s abuse, of it’s citizens, as well as the citizens of the rest of the planet.
      As to the Kissinger creature, and the joke that is the igNobel Parasite prize, amazing. Obama got one for being black, or half?, kind of a participation trophy? Truly a fine example of 1984ism, war is peace, slavery is freedom, etc ad neasium!
      What amazes me is how few people (both my juniors and seniors) know what brought Alfred Nobel his fortune. There is an argument for education reform .

      Peace, Andy

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I’m hip man! (ha!) Spot on. I too appreciate living in that era. I bore the grandkids with anecdotes of adventures during those times, or just how life was in general while growing up.

        Alfred Nobel? Didn’t things come about because of “Black Dynamite”?
        Can you dig it?

        (PS I knew pimps who dressed like that. Wild days.)

    • mkey says:

      I have no idea how that must have felt.

      This is prime time for a quotes such as “the price of liberty is eternal vigilance.”

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        You hit the nail on the head. “the price of liberty is eternal vigilance”
        As the decades wore on, I often would wonder what happened to my generation’s “anti-establishment views” and the “Peace” mindset.
        Go figure?…It went by the boards.

        However, I must say, even now it takes tremendous effort to get aware folks to take action, to be an activist. For ten years, I struggled to try to rally “awoken” individuals to help distribute 9/11 Truth DVDs and info. While over 70,000 DVDs have been given out, it was mostly as a result of just a few individuals.

        On a brighter note!
        Analogy to the current Dakota Pipeline Protests…
        Billy Jack of the 1960’s
        (90 second video) which gives a taste of the inspiration and movement felt across the nation. By the way, this was an independently produced movie on a pauper’s budget.
        Don’t miss this 90 seconds

        Dakota Pipeline currently and Billy Jack of the 60’s- ANALOGY
        This is pretty cool… (10 minute)

        I want to point out that in the 60’s and 70’s, there was tremendous prejudice against Native American Indians.
        Example: Thousands were covertly sterilized by the U.S. government even as late as 1976.

        In the summer of 1972, I hitch-hiked for two weeks on $40 from a small west Texas town up to South Dakota, North Dakota and western Minnesota. The American Indian Movement (AIM) was pretty active during this era. (Occupied Mount Rushmore and other places.)
        I had been no stranger towards forwarding civil rights and the black community down in Texas. When I was in Minnesota, not far from Fargo, ND, often my friends there would complain about how the south was prejudice towards black people.
        One night, we were cruising where all the kids hung out looking for chicks. I said: “Damn! Look! That chick is a fox!” My Minnesota friend responds: “Uggh NO! She’s an Indian! gag!”
        I was aghast…I couldn’t believe the prejudice nor the dichotomy.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Sidenote anecdote:
          Back in the 90’s, I was at a small Texas town High School football game sitting next to my son’s stepfather in the very cold, wintery bleachers. Up comes this well built fellow who is barefoot. He sits next to us. I am introduced. After he leaves, my son’s stepfather explains that the guy is Native American and actually lives in a TeePee with a color TV.
          ha!…only in Texas.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Correction on dates of “Billy Jack”. Should be 1971 & 73.
          (I first saw it at a drive-in around ’71 or ’72.)
          A lot of Corporate corruption and even pro-Nixon bent prevented its release and circulation.
          History –

        • mkey says:

          My take on this matter is that the public has been co-opted.

          “Come, believe our lies and we’ll take care of you. God knows your moms and pops don’t have any time for ya, being debt slaves and all. You can trust us to do right by you. Sign here, here and here. Good”

          Young people have been reduced to rubble, even those whom try to educate themselves (the formal way) hit a lot of hardship and chances to land in a decent spot are slim. Rebellious spirit is most active in young adults, especially when their brains encounter independent thinking and free themselves of poisonous misconceptions. Nowadays, people finish school and enter into the nonexistent working force already indebted for the rest of their lives.

          Today’s culture is one of fear and distress, people have been taught not to speak their mind, not to stand up for truth or justice, not do what they know balls to bones is right. Forget about critical thinking, it might offend someone. Do you know what happens when you’re offended? Nothing. On that note, I offer a comedy relief thanks to mr. Steve Hughes

          I did like those 90 seconds, some comments below are just great. Of course not all cops are bastards, but many, even too many, are. How did it go, you only need to hang mean bastards, but mean bastards you need to hang, was it?
          Now, I’m not a big proponent of a violent solution to our predicament, but it sounds as a plausible solution. Does anyone really see any room for peace talks and enlightenment? What will be the price of freedom? I mean, how difficult can it be?

          – absolve the state of Israel (the fourth military force in the world)
          – banish corrupted officials
          – remove central banks
          – rewrite the constitution
          – grow a pair

          Probably in this order.

          Best case scenario, we get a few good generations out and then it’s the same deal all over again. Why does it sound so eerily similar to the Matrix trilogy?

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Even though he talks funny (I’m from Texas), I was laughing at your Steve Hughes video! Spot on! It should be on Corbett’s “Just For Fun”.

  3. mkey says:

    I don’t see what justice can be served by bringing people such as these to the courts. What kind of punishment would suffice?

    • Gaba says:

      Maybe showing them nonstop images of the atrocities they are responsible for until they grow a heart and truly understand, or for the rest of their lives–whichever happens first.

      • mkey says:

        These people are not like you and I, they wouldn’t break over frivolities such as torn up children. But it would be interesting to test their limits.

      • danmanultra says:

        I’d hate to be the one to put that slide show together… *shudders*

  4. Greg Bacon says:

    “Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we’re being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I’m liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That’s what’s insane about it.”

    John Lennon

    In Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the hottest section of Hades/Hell is reserved for traitors, so Henry should be looking forward to getting plenty of heat to sweat off some of that fat, much of it obtained at luxurious 5 star Paris and NYC eateries, where he consoles his lack of humanity with food.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Many of the subscribers here may have already see this 2 minute video of Kissinger in Oslo during the Nobel Peace Prize charade.

    Kissinger Says Allow Trump Administration to “Put Forward Its Vision of International Order”

    Video – 2 minutes

  6. Good lord, what is this guy smoking?
    What is he eating?
    What is he drinking?
    What is his latest brain chip?

    Turned 100 years old a couple of months ago (May 27, 2023).

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