The Trial of Henry Kissinger–by Christopher Hitchens

April 23, 2015

The Trial of Henry Kissinger–by Christopher Hitchens

I have just finished re-reading the late Christopher Hitchens’ book, The Trial of Henry Kissinger and have come to conclusion that it is time for Americans to call for an investigation of Mr. Kissinger’s activities when he was National Security Adviser and US Secretary of State. He is the last of the quartet (Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew and Attorney-General John Mitchell and Kissinger himself) who remains free. Mr. Kissinger must be held to account.  Listen this debate on the subject.–Din Merican

6 thoughts on “The Trial of Henry Kissinger–by Christopher Hitchens

  1. “The Trial of Henry Kissinger–by Christopher Hitchens”


    Yes indeed.

    Also to share this..

    Henry Kissinger (1923 – ) – “…Kissinger is an American academic and politician who played a dominant role in US foreign policy in the late 1960s and 1970s and won the Nobel Peace Prize for his part in negotiating an end to US involvement in Vietnam.

    Heinz Alfred Kissinger was born on 27 May 1923 in Fuerth, Germany into a Jewish family who emigrated to the US in 1938 to escape Nazism. Kissinger became a US citizen in 1943. After wartime service in the army Kissinger went to Harvard University. He stayed on to teach at Harvard and began to serve as an occasional foreign policy adviser to the US government

    In 1969, US President Richard Nixon appointed Kissinger as national security advisor. ..

    In 1973, Kissinger became secretary of state, thus becoming the first person born outside the US to hold this position. He continued to serve as secretary of state when Gerald Ford replaced Nixon as president. Kissinger received the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize, along with Le Duc Tho of North Vietnam, for negotiating an end to the United States’ role in the Vietnam War. In 1974, he was credited with the ‘shuttle diplomacy’ that eased tensions in the Middle East following the Yom Kippur War of 1973 between Israel and Egypt, and that led to the 1975 Sinai Accord, in which both sides agreed to renounce war as a means of settling their differences. In 1977, he left office and went to work at Georgetown University. He returned to government service in 1985, on his selection to President Ronald Reagan’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.

    In 2002, President George W Bush appointed Kissinger to chair the independent inquiry into the intelligence failures that contributed to the terrorist attacks on the US in September 2001. He stepped down from the post after questions were raised about a possible conflict of interest between the nature of the inquiry and his personal stake in his political consulting firm. Throughout his career, he has continued to write and lecture on foreign affairs and despite not serving at the highest levels of government for 25 years, still provokes controversy. ”

    “…Any sensible man now regards the Nobel Prize for peace as the most hideous badge of murder – the mark of a satanic revelry in intent of the gravest order for humanity. Notions set forth by Dr. Kissinger include the idea that the elderly are useless eaters – that is Nobel Prize “peace,” and Dr. Kissinger is now elderly, and he still eats.

    “The elderly are useless eaters.”
    – Henry Kissinger, quoted in the book The Final Days

    “Military men are ‘dumb, stupid animals to be used’ as pawns for foreign policy.”
    – Henry Kissinger, quoted in the book The Final Days

    “Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the third world, because the US economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries.”
    – Henry Kissinger, National Security Memo 200, dated April 24, 1974

    “Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful. This is especially true if they were told 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 with world leaders 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 their world government.”
    – Henry Kissinger, speaking at Evian, France, May 21, 1992 Bilderburg meeting. Unbeknownst to Kissinger, his speech was taped by a Swiss delegate to the meeting.

    “Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.”
    – Henry Kissinger, quoted in the book The Final Days

    Crimes against Humanity: Why Is Henry Kissinger Walking Around Free? –

    You be the judge.

    Cont’d Part 2…

  2. Part 2…

    “The Trial of Henry Kissinger–by Christopher Hitchens”

    Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State under Richard Nixon, and one of the Illuminati’s foremost master minds of the agenda. Satanist, mind controller, child torturer, creator of wars of mass murder and destruction. Shape-shifter. Works closely with the UK’s Lord Carrington.

    “…According to Taylor, Henry Kissinger is the CEO for the Illuminati who naturally prefer to remain in the shadows.

    Our political leaders are chosen by their moral frailties, blackmail-ability, and willingness to advance the Illuminati plan. Strings are pulled and they mysteriously rise to prominence. It doesn’t matter which party they belong to.

    They secretly serve the “Cause.”… –

    Who do you think was making the decisions here??

    As a result of their secret meetings at the Hotel Majestic, The Royal Institute of International Affairs was founded in London in 1920, the Council on Foreign Relations followed in 1921, and then came the Bilderberg Group (1954), the Club of Rome (1968) and the Trilateral Commission (1973).

    These are dominated by the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, and major manipulators like Henry Kissinger, who, in turn, answer to higher powers in the Illuminati.

    These organizations have among their number the top people in global politics, business, banking, military, media, “education” and so forth. These are the channels through which the same global policies are coordinated outside of public knowledge through apparently unconnected countries, political parties, and institutions.

    The upper levels of secret societies like the Freemasons, Knights of Malta, etc., connect into this Round Table web also.

    May 29, 2013 Henry Kissinger Confronted While Receiving The Freedom Award –

    “Kissinger has been accused of being a gay child abuser… ”

    2 October 2014 – LUNCH WITH HENRY KISSINGER –

    You be the judge.

  3. For completeness readers should see Eugene Jarecki’s The Trial of Henry Kissinger :

    From Hitch’s book :

    “Kissinger projects a strong impression of a man at home in the world and on top of his brief. But there are a number of occasions when it suits him to pose as a sort of Candide: naive, and ill-prepared for and easily unhorsed by events. No doubt this pose costs him something in point of self-esteem. It is a pose, furthermore, which he often adopts at precisely the time when the record shows him to be knowledgeable, and when knowledge or foreknowledge would also confront him with charges of responsibility or complicity.”

  4. It was famously said by a wise guy that leaders commit other people’s sons to win a war for them.

    There is apparently one way to prevent future wars. Get all the Ministers in a Cabinet (or its equivalent) under the age of 55 to go to the front line, including their and their leader’s sons to fight the war.

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