Henry Kissinger died yesterday at age 100. On our show from November 1st, the notorious Dr. Heldore claimed that Kissinger was the “antichrist” which may have been used as a pejorative and not taken literally. As with all our ruling monsters, this deceased diplomat is given the epithets always afforded those who commit establishment-approved crimes. He’s called a “polarizing figure” with a “complicated legacy”. Kissinger had always been a key frontman for the powerful geopolitical cult movement aiming to impose what he and other globalists refer to as a “New World Order.” Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with political analyst and founder of TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE, Anthony Russo, and, numerologist and astrologist, Robert Phoenix about KISSINGER – INDICTMENT OF A DEAD DEVIL.
Henry Kissinger finally died at age 100. I was in my car pulling into the parking lot — ready for the show when I heard he had passed away.
The first thing I thought of when I heard of his death — was the show we did on November 1st, where the notorious Dr, Heldore claimed that Kissinger was the antichrist.
After the analysis I did with Ryan Gable we concluded that she uses the term antichrist as a pejorative — and perhaps should not be taken literally. We even speculated that maybe Heldore mentioned him because of his age and that she actually made it sound as if he was kind of an emperor Palpatine type– who would take young up-and-coming diplomats under his wing and train them to become just as uncaring and deadly as he was.
After my show, I came home to see the reaction to his death and I wasn’t surprised at how careful the media was with their words.
However other media outlets were not as kind:
Rolling Stone’s headline read: “Henry Kissinger, War Criminal Beloved by America’s Ruling Class, Finally Dies.” Huffington Post: “The Beltway Butcher: Henry Kissinger Dead at 100.” Mother Jones news headlined: “Dead at 100, Henry Kissinger Leaves Behind a Bloody Legacy.”
Gore Vidal: In the Sistine Chapel, Vidal once came upon Henry Kissinger “gazing thoughtfully” at the Hell section of Michelangelo’s Last Judgment. “Look,” said Vidal to a friend, “he’s apartment hunting.”
Stevie Van Zandt of the E Street Band said : “Bon voyage to a historic scumbag mass murderer who forever cheapened the Nobel Peace Prize.”
The death of Henry Kissinger reminds me of the time my Uncle Ralph died. My father received a knock at the door at 3 AM. My aunt was standing at the door with black eyes crying. She was being accompanied by two police officers. Apparently, my Uncle Ralph had gone to a bar, got drunk, came home and started beating up my aunt. The police say that during their altercation he grabbed his chest and collapsed.
He died while doing what did best — abusing my aunt and drinking himself into a permanent blackout.
My Father, who hated my Uncle Ralph actually had to be responsible for the body, and helped my aunt make the funeral arrangement. His funeral was held at the old country church.
The clergy was there to eulogize him– since the reverend was unable to find kind words to describe y uncle — he just said that he was a complicated, hard-working man.
He was a violent drunk that terrorized my aunt and nearly killed her during one of their fights.
When the reverend said he would never use a bad word to describe anyone — I glanced at my grandmother — because I knew he was lying. She just smiled at winked at me — as if I was not supposed to say anything.
It was awkward and difficult not to rise up and call him a monster.
Henry Kissinger’s death gives me the same feelings.
As with all our ruling monsters, in death, Kissinger is given the epithets always afforded those who commit establishment-approved crimes. He’s called a “polarizing figure” with a “complicated legacy”.
That is of course the media doing their best to not tell the truth about such a person. I am again seeing my grandmother smiling and winking at me.
Kissinger’s early career reads like a list of establishment clichés; educated at Harvard he pledged Phi Beta Kappa before working for the RAND Corporation, the Rockefellers and the Council on Foreign Relations.
He was a Bilderberg group member and pranced around in his underwear in Bohemian Grove.
In a surprisingly brief eight-year career as both National Security Advisor and Secretary of State, Kissinger oversaw US involvement in Vietnam, pushed Nixon’s “madman theory” of foreign relations, backed Pinochet’s coup in Chile, supported the Indonesian invasion of East Timor, continued the air war in Laos and supported the carpet bombing and subsequent invasion of Cambodia.
Finally, Henry Kissinger is dead — he took into his lungs valuable oxygen for 100 years– and was recently called the antichrist by Dr, Heldore during a Ouija Board contact.
We can only surmise that Heldore throws the word antichrist around as a pejorative.
Reactions to his death have been mixed, ranging from predictably general praise like “a genuine love of the free world and the need to protect it” blah blah blah.
I nearly puked today listening to the sycophantic eulogies on not only the mainstream media but others that should know better.
It can be indicative of a conspiracy to praise those who are known war criminals and yet have a Nobel Peace Prize. That is a Sick irony unto itself.
For 60 years this so-called statesman has been part of the groups responsible for the attempted globalization of governments and is an enemy of sovereignty.
If for some inexplicable reason, you couldn’t come up with a reason to be ashamed of the U.S., just read all of the honors He is being given today.
e is being called a widely revered thinker and statesman, and is the recipient of awards like the Nobel Peace Prize (1973); Presidential Medal of Freedom (1977); and Medal of Liberty (1986).
Henry Kissinger has his own page on the World Economic Forum website and has been mentoring the notorious Klaus Schwab for decades.
Kissinger’s interests have heavily influenced the parasites-in-charge regardless of political party.
As far back as 1974, he penned National Security Study Memorandum 200 on “Implications of Worldwide Population Growth For U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.” In that document, the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate muses about “technological innovations” that might reduce the globe’s human population.
Kissinger has stated:
“Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the Third World, because the U.S. economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries.”
Kissinger was the chief architect in Operation Condor and the Chilean Coup that took place on September 11th, 1973.
This coup was instigated by the Nixon administration in Washington and organized in the closest collaboration with the Central Intelligence Agency and the Pentagon.
Not only did the US ruling establishment and its military-intelligence apparatus actively support the military coup, they were intimately involved in rounding up, torturing, and slaughtering tens of thousands of Chilean workers, students and left-wing intellectuals. US officials also oversaw the murder of two US citizens, Charles Horman and Frank Teruggi.
It was Kissinger who famously declared, in relation to Chile, “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist because of the irresponsibility of its own people.” He oversaw a program of aggression aimed at destroying the Chilean economy, fomenting right-wing terrorism and finally orchestrating the military’s overthrow of the elected government of President Salvador Allende. Afterwards, he defended the atrocities carried out by General Augusto Pinochet’s junta.
Across South America, Kissinger is remembered as a key figure that helped prop up bloody military dictatorships, claiming they would put the brakes on socialism in the region.
He has never been indicted, much less tried for his crimes.
Kissinger “heedlessly extended and expanded” the war in Vietnam and the bombing of Cambodia came to “symbolize his ruthless hypocrisy when claiming to support American democracy.
Ultimately, no dominoes fell to communism. The only country communist Vietnam invaded was communist Cambodia to overthrow Pol Pot.
Henry Kissinger’s bombing campaign likely killed hundreds of thousands of Cambodians — and set a path for the ravages of the Khmer Rouge.
Kissinger’s legacy in Africa is pinned for many historians on his official visit to apartheid South Africa in 1976, just a few months after the apartheid regime’s police had killed more than 170 Black protesters, most of them schoolchildren.
At the time, the United States was allied with apartheid South Africa as a buffer against Soviet influence in Africa during the Cold War. Kissinger saw South Africa as “merely a gambit in the game of the Cold War.
How is it that Kissinger has come by his reputation as a sage, a seer, a mentor?
How is it that the media can so easily forget how heavy-handed and shrewd this man was in the 60 years he was allowed to serve,
What was his purpose if not to condemn human beings and apply his expertise in depopulation agendas?
The Yale University historian Greg Grandin, author of the biography Kissinger’s Shadow, estimates that Kissinger’s actions from 1969 through 1976, a period of eight brief years when Kissinger made Richard Nixon’s and then Gerald Ford’s foreign policy as national security adviser and secretary of state, meant the end of between three and four million people.
That includes “crimes of commission,” he explained, as in Cambodia and Chile, and omission, like greenlighting Indonesia’s bloodshed in East Timor; Pakistan’s bloodshed in Bangladesh; and the inauguration of an American tradition of using and then abandoning the Kurds.
He’ll get credit for opening China, but that was De Gaulle’s original idea and initiative. He’ll be praised for detente, and that was a success, but he undermined his own legacy by aligning with the neocons. And of course, he’ll get off Scott-free from Watergate.
All this stuff has to be said because Kissinger will get no eulogy pointing to his infamy.
Instead, in a demonstration of why he was able to kill so many people and get away with it, the day of his passage will be a solemn one in Congress and already the fake praise just shows you how insincere and uncaring politics can be — defending what is indefensible.
America, like every empire, champions its state murderers.
It’s always difficult to hear the reverent tones with which American elites speak of their monsters. When the Kissingers of the world pass away, their humanity, their purpose, their sacrifices are foremost in the minds of the respectable– and there are those that still think that monsters still deserve some dignity when they die.. this is why it is risky to even call Kissinger a butcher that is no better than any middle eastern “hero” who has killed thousands in terrorist attacks.
American elites recoiled in disgust when Iranians in great numbers took to the streets to honor one of their monsters, Qassem Soleimani, after a U.S. drone strike executed the Iranian external security chief in January 2020. Soleimani, whom the United States declared to be a terrorist and killed as such, killed far more people than Timothy McVeigh or the Unabomber. But even if we attribute to all the deaths in the Syrain civil war , never in Soleimani’s wildest dreams could he kill as many people as Henry Kissinger.
Let that sink in as we praise this Nobel Prize winning statesman.
It is quite interesting that of all people the late Anthoiny Bourdain was actually referenced in many stories about what he once said of Kissinger:
“Once you’ve been to Cambodia, you’ll never stop wanting to beat Henry Kissinger to death with your bare hands. You will never again be able to open a newspaper and read about that treacherous, prevaricating, murderous scumbag sitting down for a nice chat with Charlie Rose or attending some black-tie affair for a new glossy magazine without choking.”
He didn’t mince words.
In some strange and metaphoric way — Kissinger is the poster child for how those who make policies that kill innocent people go on to live long lives.
It is easy to believe in the conspiracy that blood drinking by the elites sustains their lives for far too long.
A high percentage of such evil people like Kissinger, Soros, Pelosi live a long time. And they don’t just sit in a chair reading or watching TV they actively advance the cause of evil till the day they die.
Kissinger’s mentor , David Rockefeller, lived to be 101. What is the chance of both evil men living that long?
Blood drinking must be a good negotiating point when you make deals with the devil to live long enough to not face an indictment for war crimes.
Kissinger has always been a key frontman for the powerful cult movement aiming to impose what he and other globalists refer to as a “New World Order.” He has said that there will be many that will die while fighting against this globalist order and considers them speed bumps on the road toward the globalist vision of planetary government.
Kissinger has hinted in the past at what may be in store for humanity if it continues to resist the imposition of a “structure of international rules and norms” — a phrase that sounds suspiciously like world government.
He said that “The penalty for failing will be not so much a major war between states but an evolution into spheres of influence identified with particular domestic structures and forms of governance
In other words, many factions that have a powerful hold on the hearts and minds of the world will use their influence to wage asymmetrical civil war in an effort to destabilize democracies around the world.
in 1991 it is believed that Kissinger made a statement during the Bilderberg Metting in France that talked about a future vision of the establishment of the new world order.
“Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order (referring to the 1991 L.A. riot). Tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that 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 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 the World Government.”
A Year later Clinton’s Deputy Secretary of State was quoted in Time magazine on July 20, 1992: “In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea.”
CFR member James Warburg addressed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with the same thoughts echoed by both Clinton and Kissinger:
“We shall have world government whether or not you like it, by conquest or consent.”
Now that Kissinger has died — we wonder in awe as to why the old fossil was still consulted on matters of world policy– when e has has been known to see the under class as vermin deserving of starvation.
There are plenty of those world leaders that all agree that the scum must be skimmed and the sifting of material should be carried out to make examples out of those who do not wish to comply with the New World Order.
Wasn’t that Hitler’s intention in Europe in 1933? Hasn’t that been the general intention of all totalitarian governments since the beginning of time?
There needs to be a time to declare that what we are witnessing is a strange repeating of an old timeline and old philosophy that definitely is a relic of how governments are run by iron-fisted warlocks.
It is not about political favoritism – it is parapolitical observances, something the media is neglecting to speak about –and it is time to ask if any American Republican or Democrat can continue to give platitudes about Kissinger while still keeping a straight face.
It’s time for Americans to do some serious soul-searching– put away their biases and their identity politics and see what is happening.
The gradualism of world order — seems to be moving at a faster pace –and many of those trained by Kissinger will certainly pledge that his legacy will not erode and die with him.
He did a lot of damage, and may have demonstrated his bitterness in his final days.
Whatever bitterness Kissinger, in his final days, experienced over the slow moving of the world order is of little comfort to his millions of victims.
Anthony Russo is a political analyst and host of the Truth Will Set You Free, a live-stream show about politics and blunt force discussion – a one-on-one conversation with all different kinds of people. Both cover issues regarding society and current affairs with a mission to create an open dialogue between all kinds of people. He is also the founder of Awake Not Woke clothing and #bethechange, a movement that inspires positivity and action to make the world a better place. His website is https://www.hashtagbethechange.com/
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