Jonas E. Alexis graduated from Avon Park High School, studied mathematics and philosophy as an undergraduate at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and has a master's degree in education from Grand Canyon University.

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Did Henry Kissinger Kill the New World Order by Saying Russia Is an Indispensable Component of the International Order?

Kissinger certainly is not helping the New World Order by saying that Russia must be included in the political equation.

"Yes, that is true: Russia is a force to be reckoned with."

“Yes, that is true: Russia is a force to be reckoned with.”

 

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

Did Henry Kissinger indirectly nail the New World Order by saying that Russia is “an indispensable component of the international order”?[1] He may not have killed it, but he certainly did not help its agents.

This is a different Kisssinger, who perpetuated the lie that Assad used chemical weapons. And let us be quite blunt: Kissinger is incontrovertibly a war criminal and has a long history of plotting covert operations in places like Germany, Chile, Cambodia, etc.

“When the Khmer Rouge was carrying out genocide in Cambodia in 1975, killing millions of people, Kissinger declared ‘You should tell the Cambodians that we will be friends with them.’ We are prepared to improve relations with them,” he said, adding ‘They are murderous thugs, but we won’t let that stand in the way.’

“Kissinger also met with representatives from far-right Latin American dictatorships and told them the U.S. would help them ‘to succeed’ in their campaign of systematic state terrorism against left-wing movements, known as Operation Condor.

“When popular Marxist leader Salvador Allende was democratically elected president of Chile in 1970, Kissinger and Nixon ordered the U.S. government to ‘make the economy scream.’”[2]

Kissinger literally used the C.I.A. to create violent revolution in Chile, which “overthrew Chile’s democratically elected socialist government on Sept. 11, 1973 — the first 9/11 attack, if you will.”[3]

As Abby Martin adequately put it back in 2014, Kissinger should be rotting behind a padded cell. Obviously he is not in a cell at this present moment, but judgment delayed does not necessarily mean judgment denied. Dante would say that Kissinger will eventually get his punishment in the afterlife.

Perhaps Kissinger knew that this day is coming. Perhaps this is why he is trying to amend his wicked deeds by telling the truth about Putin. Perhaps his conscience is hunting him and would not allow him to sleep at night. Or perhaps Kissinger is trying to regain his international fame by leading everyone into an ideological trap, which gives lip service to Russia.

We cannot understand his full intention at this present moment. But he certainly is not helping the New World Order by saying things like this:

“Any effort to improve relations must include a dialogue about the emerging world order.”[4]

This emerging world order is none other than Russia, which has been incessantly attacked by NATO.[5]


[1] Henry A. Kissinger, “Kissinger’s Vision for U.S.-Russia Relations,” National Interest, February 4, 2016.

[2] Ben Norton, “In debate, Hillary Clinton boasted that she is supported by Henry Kissinger, accused war criminal who oversaw policies that led to millions of deaths,” Salon, February 5, 2016.

[3] Ibid.

[4] Kissinger, “Kissinger’s Vision for U.S.-Russia Relations,” National Interest, February 4, 2016.

[5] Dave Majumdar, “NATO’s Top 5 Weapons of War Pointed at Russia,” National Interest, February 3, 2016.

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12 Responses to "Did Henry Kissinger Kill the New World Order by Saying Russia Is an Indispensable Component of the International Order?"

  1. turtle  February 7, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    Kissinger also homosexual… as are most of the psycopaths in the cherry marines & new world order crowd.

  2. logansquare  February 7, 2016 at 4:40 am

    rockefeller is targeting russian public assets through his oil war with putin. kissinger is his agent. it could work.

  3. Ramirez  February 6, 2016 at 6:55 am

    Soon as Heinz Kissinger, a festering geopolitical sore starts his shuttle diplomacy you have to be alarmed, with the likes of insane McCain lurking in the shadows also. Damn what an inhuman combination that is.

    How frustrating that a bunch of grubby evil entities have such leverage. I too worry that Putin is part of it, at least to some extent, he has to be. That said if I look at it the other way, it is very difficult to take on the role of been the better option without the right support as he has an obligation to look after Russian interests.

    Time will tell as usual, but this next month is critical, let’s hope the best outcome possible happens as the situation is incredibly delicate.

  4. jonnbrown  February 5, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    Yea and amen brother John

  5. coffeelover  February 5, 2016 at 7:39 pm

    This aging monster’s intention remains unclear at the moment but I can think of two scenarios depending on the reference of “the emerging world order.”
    His remark “[a]ny effort to improve relations must include a dialogue about the emerging world order” may be interpret as a threat to Putin, if the emerging world order should only be the U.S. and neocons. But Putin already said that when he addressed to the American people (9/2013 NYT) and talked about the importance of respecting the international law and the UN. So why is Kissinger saying that to Putin now? Or Kissinger perhaps referred to the alternative plan (floating around for some time) that the new world order would establish three “regional power centers” across the globe instead of just one (i.e. the U.S.). At any rate, if you want to know what the devil looks like, look no further: Kissinger is the devil.

  6. onecansay  February 5, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    ….and you too captain obvious. LMFAO!

    “Life is a serious thing……..experience the damned thing then”!

  7. onecansay  February 5, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    @john. First of all thank you for a hearty laugh. You put into print the thoughts of many.
    The approach of your comment is “George Carlin”!
    Once again, thanks for the chortle!

  8. captain obvious  February 5, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    why doesnt he die? they roll him out of the freezer when they want to insult us more.
    nixon appointing nazi kissinger as secretary of state to “crack the bamboo curtain” was the setup for bush-clinton NAFTA-GATT destruction of our real working economy, naturally while sabotaging our global reputation all along the way gee thanks for the treason..
    I hope he and his brzenski buddy rot in hell together.

  9. Aziz Khalfan  February 5, 2016 at 1:07 pm

    I would not trust such a creep even if he spoke with the tongue of angels. His mere presence on this planet distorts the fabric of Peace.

  10. Well Aware  February 5, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    US Presidents and Kissinger/Rockefeller involvement in all of South America’s coups, torture is so unimaginable, I’m not sure most Americans are even aware how evil it was(and is, since it’s still non stop I suppose) Those military officers, police, politicians were well paid to commit atrocities. I’ve read the recently released Brazilian National report on torture, books like “Inside the Company” by Philip Agee, “Thy Will Be Done” by Gerard Colby and his wife(about the Rockefellers, especially Nelson)
    One might have read from many sources Kissinger’s involvement in Vietnam/South America, and all over the world. Colby’s book exposes so much of what David and Nelson were doing, Chase Bank in Vietnam, war profiteering-endless dirt on the Dirty War, a lot of insight on the JFK period-and all those people of course have names, some had detailed diaries, unbelievable. Hand cranked electric shock machines, throwing people out of helicopters over the ocean, live rats inside women’s vaginas, torturing people in front of their families(including a baby, now in his late 40’s who eventually committed suicide last year in Brazil.
    And to think that Nelson Rockefeller as Vice President came close to becoming President-

  11. Amelius  February 5, 2016 at 9:17 am

    When Nixon took the US off of the gold standard, it was the Khazarian Kissinger who brokered the mafia style extortion deal made with the Saudi’s and gave the NWO the petro dollar…Now the US goes to war with anyone who attempts to bypass this useless currency to sell, or purchase their oil. Kissinger is most certainly not a good guy in my books.

    • Amelius  February 5, 2016 at 9:34 am

      “Perhaps his conscience is hunting him and would not allow him to sleep at night”

      Kissinger…a conscience? He sacrificed his conscience on the alter of Baal when he joined the synagogue of Satan. If I were Vlad, I would rather a snake like Kissinger never roll my name off of his forked tongue.

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