Last week, Russian Academy of Science elected Dr. Henry Alfred Kissinger, 93, as its new foreign member in recognition of his services to bring the US and Soviet Union closure during the so-called Cold War.
In May 2016, the Pentagon presented its highest civilian award to Henry Kissinger.
The German-born former US secretary of state in the 1970s, and a Nobel laureate, Dr. Henry Kissinger, who has been called by several of his fellow American Jews, such as Christopher Hitchens, and Bernie Sander, a war criminal.
Kissinger is a close friend of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Kissinger met Putin over half a dozen times – lately in Moscow in February 2016.
Henry Kissinger is a senior member of two powerful pro-Israel think tanks, the Center for Strategic and International Studied (CSIS), and Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Both blessed Iraq and Libya wars for Israel. For the last four years both have been campaigning for US-boots in Syria and Iran.
On September 4, 2014, Hillary Clinton in an opinion-post at Israeli-crap media outlet, Washington Post, while reviewing Kissinger’s book, World Order, said that world today is no different than what Henry Kissinger faced in the 1970s. She tried to convince her readers that she as the next president would be more iron-fisted than Kissinger as then secretary of state.
Henry Kissinger happens to be Hillary Clinton’s political mentor.
On February 4, 2016, in an opinion-post at Israeli advocacy outlet, The National Interest, Henry said that confrontation between the US and its allies with Russia was bad for the Judeo-Christian world, and American allies in the Middle East.
“Ukraine needs to be embedded in the structure of European and international security architecture in such a way that it serves as a bridge between Russia and the West, rather than as an outpost of either side. Regarding Syria, it is clear that the local and regional factions cannot find a solution on their own. Compatible US-Russian efforts coordinated with other major powers could create a pattern for peaceful solutions in the Middle East and perhaps elsewhere,” Kissinger wrote.
When Kissinger visited Russia in 2013 Putin said that Moscow always pays attention to his opinion and called the former secretary of state “a world class politician (here).
Professor Greg Grandin (NY University) sums up some of Kissinger’s dark political career in his 2015 book, Kissinger’s Shadow as follows:
Let us consider some of Kissinger’s achievements during his tenure as Richard Nixon’s top foreign policy–maker. He (1) prolonged the Vietnam War for five pointless years; (2) illegally bombed Cambodia and Laos; (3) goaded Nixon to wiretap staffers and journalists; (4) bore responsibility for three genocides in Cambodia, East Timor, and Bangladesh; (5) urged Nixon to go after Daniel Ellsberg for having released the Pentagon Papers, which set off a chain of events that brought down the Nixon White House; (6) pumped up Pakistan’s ISI, and encouraged it to use political Islam to destabilize Afghanistan; (7) began the U.S.’s arms-for-petrodollars dependency with Saudi Arabia and pre-revolutionary Iran; (8) accelerated needless civil wars in southern Africa that, in the name of supporting white supremacy, left millions dead; (9) supported coups and death squads throughout Latin America; and (10) ingratiated himself with the first-generation neocons, such as Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz, who would take American militarism to its next calamitous level.