In a newly released report on an investigation by The Intercept, there are claims that Henry Kissinger is responsible for 3 million civilian (slave class) deaths. The former United States diplomat’s actions have left a trail of dead people behind him.
Kissinger is no friend to humanity. He is one of the masters desperately trying to keep the slaves from figuring out what’s really going on so he can maintain power and control. He infamously said: “If you control the food, you control a nation. If you control the energy, you control a region. If you control the money, you control the world.”
Kissinger, who was the foreign policy eminence grise who has advised half a dozen U.S. presidents, has caused the deaths of over 3 million people, according to an Intercept report published Tuesday to mark the realpolitik strategist’s 100th birthday, according to a report by RT. In all likelihood, he is probably responsible for far more deaths than that. The ruling class doesn’t care at all about the slave class and it has become overly apparent.
While critics of the Nixon-era secretary of state and national security adviser often accurately describe him as a war criminal for his pivotal role in numerous U.S.-backed genocides and coups, the report argues Kissinger’s body count has been widely underestimated, particularly regarding the secretive, highly illegal expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia in the 1970s.
Between the genocides he sponsored in East Timor and Bangladesh, continent-wide terrorism, coups, and death squads in Latin America (known as Operation Condor), the fomenting of civil wars in Southern Africa, and the carpet-bombing of Cambodia and Laos under the guise of chasing the Vietnamese, Kissinger is believed to be responsible for over 3 million civilian deaths – more if one counts the casualties that have resulted from advice he gave the private sector. -RT
Kissinger, the warmonger and genocidal manic has “only” acknowledged that his actions caused the deaths of 50,000 Cambodians. And he’s not even saying it’s his fault; he blames the Vietnamese, who were the supposed targets of the U.S. bombing campaign (the coordinates of which were logged incorrectly so as to be recorded as legal strikes within Vietnam).
“It was very hands-on. Kissinger was picking where bombs would be dropped in Cambodia,” said Nick Turse, an investigative journalist and contributing writer for The Intercept. “The authentic documents associated with these strikes were burned and phony target coordinates and other forged data were supplied to the Pentagon and eventually Congress.” Experts say Kissinger bears significant responsibility for attacks in Cambodia that killed as many as 150,000 civilians — six times more noncombatants than the United States has killed in airstrikes since 9/11.