Henry Kissinger 1923-2023: Burn in Hell

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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.

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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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17 COMMENTS

  1. Us “useless eaters ” can afford a slight sigh of relief , that is until we realise theres plenty more where he came from .

    • I have no wish to eternally damn him, he is a case of those without sin casting the first stone. Sin he certainly did, I think more in the banal style described by Arndt. The incidental maybe accidental good we benefited from were strategic arms limitation that reduced chances of nuclear war, and it’s partner detente.

  2. Martyn – Henry could of used his influence to help the world, but instead crushed the world…his Noble Peace Prize was embarrassing, the co – winner (North Vietnam General Tho) did not accept at due to doubts…Henry did.

  3. There is always a need for realists advocating the need to stand up to threats whether they be the Mongol Horde or Nazi Germany and Kissinger was the embodiment of just that – and as soon as they are neutered by the ‘wishful-thinking happy-clapping brigade’ in the West we are fucked – as in Khmer Rouge Year Zero fucked not the local café running out of oat milk kind of Ponsonby fucked.

  4. “Once you’ve been to Cambodia, you’ll never stop wanting to beat Henry Kissinger to death with your bare hands. You will never again be able to open a newspaper and read about that treacherous, prevaricating, murderous scumbag sitting down for a nice chat with Charlie Rose or attending some black-tie affair for a new glossy magazine without choking. Witness what Henry did in Cambodia – the fruits of his genius for statesmanship – and you will never understand why he’s not sitting in the dock at The Hague next to Milošević.”
    ― Anthony Bourdain
    It seems that chefs have more intelligence and empathy than most politicians. Not something I would have thought myself, but they go.

    • Vile little henry can finally be of some use. Firstly he’s a reminder of a rogue state that’s gone Full Greedless ‘merica. The land of the free, the home of the brave. Where bullshit and faux bravado are like gold.
      We can also use him to remind us of how comfortable some are at being gleefully cruel, power-addict evil monsters. No disrespect to actual monsters. He reminds us that we must be ever politically vigilant. Especially for politicians who choose politics just to be nasty fuckers to us while putting a very small amount of lead into their tiny little penises. Billy Connelly once said something like ” Any fucker who wants to become a politician should never be allowed to become on.”
      Let’s look at our new lot of politicians. Ask yourself. Are they kind. Are they gentle, intellectuals who pride themselves on their wit and strength of character? Are they worldly, proud people who could cope well during periods of stress and adversity? Do they have a respect for, and a kindness and patience for, the ‘common person’? Be honest. How do our new crop of politicians seem to you?

  5. Kissinger accepted the Nobel peace award in 1973 while North Vietnam leader Le Duc Tho refused it due to Kissinger breaking the agreed armistice.

    The fact that he accepted the award shows how the utter contempt and arrogance of the man and his government had for the many millions of victims including American soldiers who perished and were maimed due to American foreign policy and fighting a war they could never win.

    The fact that the Vietnam survived and prospered after the war is a testament to the courage of those people who survived so much butchery and denied the Americans their much wanted an end to the war with honor.

  6. Kissingers one of those figures who deserves it straight away simply for hypocrisy making the economy scream, his words. Kissinger wasn’t the guy you all watch out for. Like he talked about tactical use of nukes and state sponsored terrorism against the people. Like he had the tough words but not the tough body. He had a big brain but small shoulders and skinny arms. If someone said that I had to take several punches from Kissinger in his prime I wouldn’t be scared. Like tough guys just don’t act like him.

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