An article on one of the great Criminals of the century
Posted 28 February 2003 - 01:02 AM
by JACK RIDDLER
Aha. In other words, the panel is supposed to produce more
scary stories about what the freedom-hating evildoers are
planning to do to us next. Sounds like overkill: Isn't that what
every department of the administration is already doing?
The Kissinger commission is being called to life nearly 15
months after the attacks.
The White House refused to sign off on the investigative body,
until Congress agreed to its conditions.
The panel can issue subpoenas only if the Republican members agree. In the polite words
of Stephen Push, a leader of the 9/11 families ("Families of September 11,"
[url="http://"http://www.familiesofseptember11.org)"]http://www.familiesofseptember11.org)[/url], the commission concept is simply "too weak."
So far, no surprise. For fifteen months, Bush and Cheney have repeatedly acted to delay
the calling of an independent 9/11 investigation. They have tried to stop the release of
any information about the attacks - let alone about their level of prior knowledge! And
they have otherwise established the most secretive administration in modern American
But Henry Kissinger? Now that is a surprise!
Who could have imagined that the Bush regime would so obviously expose themselves to
ridicule by appointing one of the world's best-known war criminals, terrorist masterminds,
and professional liars as the head of a New Warren Commission?
Highlights of Dr. Kissinger's Career
Kissinger's name seems to be magically entwined with the date of Sept. 11th.
As national security adviser and secretary of state in the Nixon administration, he helped
engineer the CIA coup that overthrew the elected government of Chile, on Sept. 11, 1973.
For a detailed account of that atrocity - the original Sept. 11th attack - see:
In a famous comment on Chile at a 1970 White House meeting, Kissinger made no secret
of his utter contempt for democratic government: "I don't see why we need to stand by
and watch a country go communist due to the irresponsibility of its own people," he said.
Now everyone remembers where they were on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, though we
know precious little about how and why the horrible crimes of that day were allowed to
But who knows that on the same morning, a federal suit was being filed against Dr.
Kissinger by relatives of one of his countless victims?
"Family of Slain Chilean Sues Kissinger, Helms - Military Leader Was Killed in Kidnap
Attempt Linked to Nixon Administration"
By Bill Miller, Washington Post, September 11, 2001
As a direct result of the Pinochet coup, at least 3,000 Chilean civilians were "disappeared"
As horrible as that was, Kissinger has been involved in even worse crimes.
As Nixon's national security adviser, Kissinger helped plan the "secret" bombing of
Cambodia during the Vietnam War.
Hundreds of thousands of civilians were killed in this unprovoked action against a neutral
The bombing destabilized the U.S.-backed Cambodian government, paving the way for the
later takeover of that country by the Khmer Rouge.
But hey, let's not let mass murder detract from the man's achievements.
In 1973, Kissinger won the Nobel Peace Prize for reaching a deal to end the U.S. invasion
The Nixon government had at first refused the Paris peace deal with North Vietnam.
Instead, it chose to level Hanoi in a massive Christmas 1972 bombing, leaving nothing
there but dust.
A few months later, Nixon and Kissinger accepted the same deal, with minor changes.
Now that's how you win a peace prize!
Kissinger was the only major cabinet member who miraculously survived the subsequent
fall of the Nixon regime. He remained Secretary of State under the appointed
Un-president, Gerald Ford.
(Ford was the first "president" to not have even run in a presidential election, so there
was no need to actually steal it.)
Okay, class. Anyone remember who the other key players in the 2-1/2 year Ford
Vice President: Nelson Rockefeller, brother of David.
Chief of Staff: Dick Cheney.
Secretary of Defense: Donald Rumsfeld.
Director of Central Intelligence: George Herbert Walker Bush.
Papa Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Kissinger.
Sound familiar? Today, the same four men run the regime of the Idiot Prince.
Now *there* is a story for the historians of the future!
Papa Bush apparently cut some nice deals with his CIA boys at the time, and in gratitude
the agency later named its new headquarters the "George Herbert Walker Bush Building."
We'll leave the rest of the Papa Bush story aside for today, though it may surpass even
Kissinger's for sheer criminality. Today is Henry's day.
In 1973, while still with the Nixon administration, Kissinger became one of the founding
fathers of the Trilateral Commission, together with Zbigniew Brzezinski and David
Rockefeller, brother of Nelson. This association of billionaires, business leaders,
academics and politicians was brought together by the three men in an effort to arm the
global elites of the U.S., Europe and Japan against what at the time seemed like an
unprecedented social and economic crisis. The Trilateral Commission has continued to
meet annually ever since.
In 1975, Kissinger travelled with Ford to Indonesia, where they met with the U.S.-backed
and U.S.-armed dictator Suharto, who oversaw the killing of millions during his 35-year
The day after Ford and Henry left, Indonesian forces invaded the independent territory of
One-third of the territory's population was exterminated during the subsequent 20-year
occupation, but this had little impact on continuing American and Western arms
shipments to the regime in Jakarta.
Recently released documents establish that Suharto received a green light for the invasion
from the President and Secretary of State, and that’s Henry.
The 9/11 panel will not be the first "Kissinger Commission."
In the early 1980s, under the Reagan-Bush administration, Henry was called to lead an
investigation of U.S. policy in Central America. They provided the whitewash for the
death squads that U.S. forces had armed and trained in El Salvador and Honduras, and for
the "Contra" army that was organized by the CIA to invade Nicaragua.
Since then, the doctor has lived more quietly as the head of Kissinger Associates, which
provides "consultancy" (door-opening) for oil and arms deals and much else besides, and
which counts among its clients the U.S. government, NATO, many corporations, and
foreign countries like China and Central Asia.
French prosecutors paid a surprise visit to Kissinger's Paris hotel suite in 2001,
questioning him with regard to the war crimes charges that they would have been required
to level under French law. They let him go his way, but henceforth, Henry will have to be a
touch more discreet when strolling along the banks of the Seine.
2001 saw the publication of Christopher Hitchens's book, "The Trial of Henry Kissinger."
Released in 2002, an eponymous documentary details the man's horrific and astonishing
Couldn't Bush have found anyone less conspicuous, or less farcical, to wash his dirty
One can only conclude that this was the only man the White House knew they could trust.
If you want to cover something up, better pick someone with tons of his own dirt to hide.
Kissinger's appointment is an act of tremendous hubris - or else of absolute desperation.
Is the official story of the 9/11 attacks really so wobbly that the regime must resort to
He brought death squads to Chile in 1973.
He covered up death squads in Central America in the 1980s.
And now should we expect him to tell us the full story of how the CIA helped create Osama
Binladin's death squads?
Is this guy who is going to explore why the Air Force was stood down, or why and how so
many FBI agents were blocked from investigating reports that terror pilots had infiltrated
the United States?
Or is Kissinger going to tell us why George W. Bush killed the FBI investigations into the
Binladin family's connections to terrorism in early 2001?
Seriously. We can really have a field day with this.
But dangers lurk. Kissinger's appointment is the latest signal of an absolute and open
intent to play hardball.
Let us all beware what sudden "surprises" are in store during the next days and months.
Kissinger features prominently within the "Defense Policy Board" run by Paul Wolfowitz at
the Pentagon, which also includes veteran warheads Richard Perle and Newt Gingrich.
These men, termed the "Wolfowitz Cabal" by no less a personage than Colin Powell, are
the Supreme Chickenhawks of the War Party.
For years they have individually and collectively called for the (further) destruction of Iraq
and, depending on their mood, preemptive war with Iran, Syria, North Korea - you name
At a meeting earlier this year, they declared Saudi Arabia the real enemy, and considered
the option of taking out the Saudis right after the planned war in Iraq.
The powerpoint presentation viewed by the group on that day concluded with the following
grand strategy for the upcoming war: "Iraq is the tactical pivot, Saudi Arabia the strategic
pivot, Egypt the prize."
On Sept. 11, 2001, as though that day was not bad enough for all of us, Kissinger, who
was in Berlin, called in to CNN during the attacks. He basically argued that the attacks
fully justified any American response whatsoever. The next day, he wrote that the U.S.
had every right to destroy states that "harbor people who have the capability to do
something like this," emphasizing that it made no difference whether these states
actually had anything to do with the Sept. 11 attacks or not.
So watch out for sudden revelations about the alleged 9/11 hijackers that "prove" both
Saudi Arabia and Iraq (or any other country) must immediately be crushed.
The groundwork for such an attack, should the regime decide to go with it, has been
prepared during the last weeks with the sudden "discovery" of Saudi financing of terrorism
- something that never bothered the Bushes before 9/11, of course.
May fortune and God only give us enough time to work on this, and we the people will
peacefully bring down this regime.
Appointing Kissinger could turn out to be their greatest blunder.
Perhaps it will finally awaken the antiwar movement to the continuing importance of
learning the full truth of 9/11.
No doubt many of the antiwar organizers can well remember the early 1970s, when their
protests against the Vietnam War were directed at none other than: Henry Kissinger.
Why has he of all people been given the 9/11 job?
We need to gather everything known about this man and throw it hard and wide, until the
whole sham of the investigation is exposed.
If we are given enough time, and still fail to bring this house of lies crashing down, it will
have been our own fault.
See: Christopher Hitchens, "The Case Against Henry Kissinger," Harper's, June-July 2001,
also available as a book.
The Kissinger Bombshell: An Open Letter to 9/11 Skeptics and Doubters
By Jack Riddler (http://www.osamaskidneys.com/)
MORE ON ILLUMINATI ASSET HENRY KISSINGER:
From "Conspirators' Hierarchy" by John Coleman --
"The way in which Henry Kissinger, the RIIA's chief asset in the United States, came to
power is a story of the triumph of the institution of the British monarchy over the
Republic of the United States of America. It is a tale of horror, too long to be included
here. Nevertheless, it would be remiss of me if I did not mention just a few of the
highlights of Kissinger's rise to fame, fortune and power..."
"By the mid 1960's Kissinger had proved his worth to the Round Table and the RIIA, and
thus to the British monarchy. As a reward and a test of what he had learned, Kissinger
was placed in charge of a small group consisting of James Schlessinger, Alexander Haig,
and Daniel Ellsberg, the Round Table was using to conduct a series of experiments.
Cooperating with this group was the Institute of Policy Studies chief theoretician Noam
"Once Kissinger was installed as National Security Advisor, (General Fritz) Kramer got
Haig the job as his deputy. Ellsberg, Haig and Kissinger then set in motion the RIIA's
Watergate plan to oust President Nixon for disobeying direct instructions. Haig played the
lead role in brainwashing and confusing President Nixon, and in effect it was Kissinger
who ran the White House during this softening up of the President.
"As I mentioned in 1984, Haig was the White House go-between known as "Deep Throat,"
passing information to the Washington Post team of Woodward and Bernstein..."
Posted 28 February 2003 - 01:08 AM
"Political satire became obsolete when Kissinger was
awarded the Nobel Peace Prize."
- Tom Lehrer
Our lord and emperor George W. Bush has just tied
together the entire ball of 9/11 lies and related wax,
stuck a wick in it, and handed us the match.
He has done so by appointing Henry Kissinger chairman
of the long-awaited "independent" commission to
investigate the Sept. 11 attacks.
To all those who want the unvarnished truth about the "Attack on America,"
starting with the families of the victims, this would have been a slap in the face -
were it not so laughable.
Sequel to the Warren Commission
The resident of the White House was explicit in stating that the commission is not
supposed to actually investigate anything about 9/11.
Wrote the Associated Press, "Bush did not set as a primary goal for Kissinger to
uncover mistakes or lapses of the government that could have prevented the Sept.
So what is Henry supposed to actually do? "Instead, [Bush] said the panel should try
to help the administration learn the tactics and motives of the enemy.
Posted 15 March 2003 - 06:13 AM
and I used to get ribbed for the content of my posts..
dudes, I think I'm going to cut and paste the whole Lord of the Rings Trilogy right up on here so you can all read it..
how do you feel about that?
Posted 16 March 2003 - 05:19 AM
I nearly cried after I read the Return of the King - no more Viggo Mortensen LOFR movies gamoto!
Ok Harry Potter,
what about 'Roots' by Alex Hailey, thats a tome and a half too eek! eek!
slaveowner:'your name is Toby!!!!' (slash of the whip)
Slave:'My name is Kunta-Kintei!!'
Posted 18 March 2003 - 09:12 PM
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