The great Butcher is dead.
Kissinger came to prominence after arguing tactical use of nuclear weapons was rational.
His argument was that it was better to evaporate 1 million people rather than evaporate everyone.
He was a genius who had no problems butchering innocent people for the ‘greater good’.
That ‘greater good’ saw detente with the Soviet Union and rapprochement with China, but it also so hundreds of thousands dead in the secret bombing campaign of Cambodia which also triggered the abomination of the Khmer Rouge and the horror of the Killing Fields where a million were massacred.
There was also the ‘Greater Good’ of the paramilitary death squads in Chile and Argentina.
Kissinger believed violence was necessary for National Interest and he was allowed to be a war criminal because he was our war criminal.
He was nothing more than an intellectual justification for immorality to defend Western privilege.
May he burn in hell and may his many, many, many victims watch in glee.
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