…by Jonas E. Alexis
Henry Kissinger is known for using political flamethrowers. He is also known for being involved in covert operations in countries like Germany, Chile, Cambodia, Vietnam, Pakistan, etc. He is unequivocally a war criminal.
“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.’”
Over three million civilians were slaughtered in Southeast Asia from 1965 to 1975, and “the Pakistani massacre of Bengalis in 1971” exterminated at least 1.5 million people. Kissinger was an accomplice in all of this. He 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.”
Kissinger also viewed “military men”—and American soldiers in particular—as “dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”
Once those “dumb, stupid animals” can no longer be of service to people like Kissinger or the Israeli regime, then they just dump them as if they were rotten meat or decomposed bodies. They have already dumped at least 360,000 thousand veterans, who “may have brain injuries.”
In any event, Kissinger seems to think that he is invincible because he has been able to say interesting statements and get away with them. In response to Michael Wolf’s Fire and Fury, Kissinger has recently declared that the ideological war goes very deep. “It’s a war between the Jews and the non-Jews,” he said.
The Daily Mail commented: “It appears that the remark was an attempt to characterize the clash between former Trump chief adviser Steve Bannon on one side, and Jewish Trump family members Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump on the other.”
The simple question is this: why hasn’t Kissinger been called a vicious anti-Semite? Why has he been able to put the political battle in ideological terms but people like us cannot?
The Daily Mail quotes Wolf’s book saying, “For Trump, giving Israel to Kushner was not only a test, it was a Jewish test: the president was singling him out for being Jewish, rewarding him for being Jewish, saddling him with an impossible hurdle for being Jewish – and, too, defaulting to the stereotyping belief in the negotiating powers of Jews.”
Once again, Wolf hasn’t been called an anti-Semite for making such a provocative statement. In fact, he is making thousands and perhaps millions of dollars for making sweeping pronouncements.
Granted, there a heated tension and conflict of vision in the White House. But the issue here is not really between “the Jews and the non-Jews.” As we have argued in a previous article, Bannon is a flaming Zionist. In fact, Joel Pollak, an Orthodox Jew and a senior editor for Breitbart News (Bannon’s Zionist flagship), declared in 2016:
“I can say, without hesitation, that Steve is a friend of the Jewish people and a defender of Israel, as well as being a passionate American patriot and a great leader.”
Bannon, like Trump, must have known that being “a defender of Israel” and propounding “America First” are polar opposite. You cannot defend Israel, which is foreign entity, and then pursue “America First” anywhere in this universe. It is logically impossible. Bannon was trying to get the best of both worlds, and what he ended up having was moral and political chaos.
Bannon was also attempting to use his Zionist magic to make “America First” work. So far, he has failed miserably because you cannot serve Zionism and “America First.” One is the anti-thesis of the other. If one rises, then the other has to fall. It’s just that simple.
Bannon did everything he could to make Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli regime great again, and in that sense he inexorably helped evaporate “America First” from the White House. One must also keep in mind that Bannon used to work for Goldman Sachs, the very company that helped crash the economy in 2008.
The solution? Purge any Israeli infiltrator from the White House. Americans need to start looking for a serious candidate who will unashamedly and publicly renounce his allegiance to Israeli manipulation and covert operation.
-  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.
-  Gerald Caplan, “Toronto welcomes Henry Kissinger, accused war criminal,” Globe and Mail, June 3, 2011.
-  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.
-  Quoted in Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, The Final Days (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1976), 194.
-  Gregg Zoroya, “360,000 veterans may have brain injuries,” USA Today, March 5, 2009.
-  Mary Kekatos, “’It’s a war between the Jews and the non-Jews’: Henry Kissinger tells Wolff there was a growing rift in the White House between former Trump adviser Steve Bannon and Jared and Ivanka Trump,” Daily Mail, January 6, 2018.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Sam Kestenbaum, “Some of Steve Bannon’s Friends Are Jewish — and They Love His Zionism,” Jewish Daily Forward, November 15, 2016.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.