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mrhood75
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"Henry Kissenger is dead. This is not an R.I.P. post"
Wed Nov-29-23 09:47 PM by mrhood75

  

          

So... good. Fuck that war criminal.

Architect of plans to continue the Vietnam War and bomb the shit out of Cambodia. Architect of the U.S.'s effort to overthrow Allende in Chile. Architect of the plan to destabilize more countries and their democratically elected leaders in Central and South America. Endorsed the U.S. supporting The Shah in Iran. Instrumental in getting the U.S. to back Seko in Zaire.

As a Jew, I recognize that he was the pioneering "Jew Behaving Badly" for over half a century.

It hope they bury him in a toxic waste dump.

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"Rest in Piss Bozo" is trending on Xwitter
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😂 😂 😂
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How do you sleep at night with millions of souls on you
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In Kissinger's case? On a pile of money
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Found out from Robert Reich's Substack article published at 4am lol
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I appreciate you misspelling his name. He deserves no respect.
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David Simon's story about texting with Bourdain...
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      damn i miss Bourdain
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           Same. And I didn't even appreciate him enough while he was here.
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He should have been brutally murdered 50 years ago
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Strom Thurmond lived to 100.
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And we goin' to the wake
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RE: And we goin' to the wake
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JFrost1117
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1. ""Rest in Piss Bozo" is trending on Xwitter"
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3. "😂 😂 😂 "
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legsdiamond
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2. "How do you sleep at night with millions of souls on you"
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TBH the fact that you're even a mod here fits squarely within Jag's narrative of OK-sanctioned aggression, bullying, and toxicity. *shrug*

  

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mrhood75
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8. "In Kissinger's case? On a pile of money"
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Somehow he managed to parlay odious policies and the murder of millions into celebrity status.

He's like the reverse Donald Trump.

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T Reynolds
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Thu Nov-30-23 07:45 AM

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4. "Found out from Robert Reich's Substack article published at 4am lol"
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The true horror of his foreign policy should really be taught to those Americans who cry about the influx of Venezuelans and other migrants from Latin American

https://substack.com/inbox/post/139290025

Friends,

Henry Kissinger has died, at the age of 100.

When a former high government official as well known as Kissinger passes, the conventional response is to say nice things about what they accomplished.

I’m sorry but I cannot. In my humble opinion, Kissinger should have been considered a war criminal.

One telling illustration was Kissinger’s role in overthrowing the elected socialist government of Salvador Allende in Chile, and encouraging the mass murder of hundreds of innocent Chileans.

On September 12, 1970, eight days after Allende’s election, Kissinger initiated a discussion on the telephone with CIA Director Richard Helms about a preemptive coup in Chile.

“We will not let Chile go down the drain,” Kissinger declared.

“I am with you,” Helms responded.

Three days later, Nixon, in a 15-minute meeting that included Kissinger, ordered the CIA to “make the economy scream,” and named Kissinger as the supervisor of the covert efforts to prevent Allende from being inaugurated.

Kissinger ignored a recommendation from his top deputy on the NSC, Viron Vaky, who strongly advised against covert action to undermine Allende.

On September 14, 1970, Vaky wrote a memo to Kissinger arguing that coup plotting would lead to “widespread violence and even insurrection.” He also argued that such a policy was immoral: “What we propose is patently a violation of our own principles and policy tenets .… If these principles have any meaning, we normally depart from them only to meet the gravest threat to us, e.g. to our survival. Is Allende a mortal threat to the U.S.? It is hard to argue this.”

After U.S. covert operations, which led to the assassination of Chilean Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces General Rene Schneider, failed to stop Allende’s inauguration on November 4, 1970, Kissinger lobbied Nixon to reject the State Department’s recommendation that the U.S. seek a modus vivendi with Allende.

While Schneider was dying in the Military Hospital in Santiago on October 22, 1970, Kissinger told Nixon that the Chilean military turned out to be “a pretty incompetent bunch.” Nixon replied: “They are out of practice,” according to documents released in August by the U.S. National Security Archive.

In an eight-page secret briefing paper that provided Kissinger’s clearest rationale for regime change in Chile, he emphasized to Nixon that “the election of Allende as president of Chile poses for us one of the most serious challenges ever faced in this hemisphere” and “your decision as to what to do about it may be the most historic and difficult foreign affairs decision you will make this year.”

Not only were a billion dollars of U.S. investments at stake, Kissinger reported, but so was what he called “the insidious model effect” of his democratic election.

There was no way for the U.S. to deny Allende’s legitimacy, Kissinger noted, and if he succeeded in peacefully reallocating resources in Chile in a socialist direction, other countries might follow suit.

“The example of a successful elected Marxist government in Chile would surely have an impact on — and even precedent value for — other parts of the world, especially in Italy; the imitative spread of similar phenomena elsewhere would in turn significantly affect the world balance and our own position in it.”

The next day Nixon made it clear to the entire National Security Council that the policy would be to bring Allende down. “Our main concern,” he stated, “is the prospect that he can consolidate himself and the picture projected to the world will be his success.”



In the days following the September 11, 1973, coup, Kissinger ignored the concerns of his top State Department aides about the massive repression by the new military regime. He sent secret instructions to his ambassador to convey to Pinochet “our strongest desires to cooperate closely and establish firm basis for cordial and most constructive relationship.”

When Kissinger’s assistant secretary of state for inter-American affairs asked him what to tell Congress about the reports of hundreds of people being killed in the days following the coup, Kissinger issued these instructions: “I think we should understand our policy-that however unpleasant they act, this government is better for us than Allende was.”

The United States assisted the Pinochet regime in consolidating, through economic and military aid, diplomatic support and CIA assistance in creating Chile’s infamous secret police agency, DINA.

When Nixon complained about the “liberal crap” in the media about Allende’s overthrow, Kissinger advised him: “In the Eisenhower period, we would be heroes.”

At the height of Pinochet’s repression in 1975, Kissinger met with the Chilean foreign minister, Admiral Patricio Carvajal.

Rather than press the military regime to improve its human rights record, Kissinger opened the meeting by disparaging his own staff for putting the issue of human rights on the agenda.

“I read the briefing paper for this meeting and it was nothing but Human Rights,” Kissinger told Carvajal. “The State Department is made up of people who have a vocation for the ministry. Because there are not enough churches for them, they went into the Department of State.”

When Kissinger prepared to meet Pinochet in Santiago in June 1976, his top deputy for Latin America, William D. Rogers, advised him make human rights central to U.S.-Chilean relations and to press the dictator to “improve human rights practices.”

Instead, a declassified transcript of their conversation reveals, Kissinger told Pinochet that his regime was a victim of leftist propaganda on human rights. “In the United States, as you know, we are sympathetic with what you are trying to do here,” Kissinger told Pinochet. “We want to help, not undermine you. You did a great service to the West in overthrowing Allende.”

The Chilean government has formally requested that the Biden administration publish documentation from 1973 and 1974 on what was said in the Oval Office before and after the coup led by Pinochet.

“We still don’t know what President Nixon saw on his desk the morning of the military coup,” Chile’s ambassador to the United States, Juan Gabriel Valdés, says. “There are details that remain of interest to , that are important for us to reconstruct our own history.”

An appropriate response to Kissinger’s death would be for the U.S. to own up to the ] entirety of what Nixon and Kissinger wrought.

  

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Brew
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Thu Nov-30-23 09:20 AM

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5. "I appreciate you misspelling his name. He deserves no respect."
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Not even spelling his name right. A true ghoul in every sense. Fuck him and may he burn and suffer for eternity.

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mrhood75
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9. "David Simon's story about texting with Bourdain..."
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...after seeing Kissinger in Eric Ripert's restaurant:

https://twitter.com/AoDespair/status/1730061705265164634

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10. "damn i miss Bourdain"
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11. "Same. And I didn't even appreciate him enough while he was here."
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What a gem of a human he was, tho.

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6. "He should have been brutally murdered 50 years ago"
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This piece of shit living to 100 is fucking absurd.
Fuck him.

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7. "Strom Thurmond lived to 100. "
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The good die young and the evil can live off hate a long time.


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12. "And we goin' to the wake"
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to make sure all the cryin' and commotion ain't a motherfuckin' fake

Him being buried in a toxic waste dump would be an insult to toxic waste.

Other than that, no notes.

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13. "RE: And we goin' to the wake"
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>Him being buried in a toxic waste dump would be an insult to
>toxic waste.

I honestly did think about adding this.

>Other than that, no notes.

Thank you.

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