Thursday, June 7, 2012

Henry Kissinger Proposed to 'Destroy' the U.S.

War Criminal Henry Kissinger
Michael Robeson
Activist Post

Within days of September 11, 2001, Henry Kissinger, former US Secretary of State, made a proposal that would have really changed everything forever.

In a nationally syndicated Op Ed, entitled “Destroy the Terrorist’s Network” he wrote that the attack “which is a threat to our social way of life . . . has to be dealt with (by) an attack on the system that produces it.”

He also wrote that the US government “should be charged with a systematic response that . . . will end with the destruction of the system that is responsible for it.”

In a May 2012 television interview, current Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, admitted for the first time that the US had created Al Qaeda in the late 1970s and funded its participation in the war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. “We had helped to create the problem that we are now fighting”, Ms. Clinton said. “The people we are fighting today, we were supporting when we were fighting the Soviets.” (Source)

President Barak Obama and his predecessor George W. Bush have both made amply clear that the war on terror includes any persons, groups or states that give material or financial assistance to terrorist organizations. Anyone doubting that Dr. Kissinger was not cognizant, in 2001, that the Al Qaeda network had been founded and funded by his own government, should recall that his protégé, National Security Advisor under President Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, was famously photographed in Pakistan in the early 1980s eyeing the barrel of a gun that the US government had supplied to Al Qaeda and to its leader who was standing in the photo beside him – Osama bin Laden. Though Dr. Kissinger was out of office at that time, could he have retained his credentials as perennial advisor to American Presidents without maintaining his cognizance of such complex events?

Why then would Dr. Kissinger have openly proposed an attack on the very state that he himself has so faithfully served throughout his entire political career and have felt immune from charges of treason or of being a terrorist himself for doing so?

Ms. Clinton gives us a clue about this apparent psychopathic thinking. In a February 2012 BBC interview, Clinton stated, regarding the Obama administration’s handling of the armed insurrection against the Syrian government, “I would not be doing my job if I were not looking at the complexity…. Clearly I know how complex this is.” Here, she extols her competence that mere mortals do not possess. What makes her job so complex, of course, is the need to figure out how to publicly stage-manage the events that her government has created and through its media is manipulating to its geo-strategic benefit, all the while giving the appearance of innocently spreading freedom and democracy to unenlightened natives.

“We were successful,” said Ms. Clinton in her May 2012 Al Qaeda interview.
The Soviets left Afghanistan and we said ‘Great, goodbye’ leaving these trained people who were fanatical…well armed, creating a mess, frankly, that at the time we didn't really recognize...we just thought, ok fine, we're ok now. Everything's going to be so much better.
Unfortunately, the Secretary of State was not quoting the remarks of a teenage girl at a community college debating society, for here she is portraying her government, and by extension herself, as an innocent caught in the snares of an evil and dangerous world. Still, Ms. Clinton is quite correct in that everything is so much better, not to mention so much more profitable, for those who can create the mess, spin its deadly aftermath and then be heralded by the public for, among other statesmanlike qualities, the complexity of their thought.

There has been some media dialogue of late about what is apparently the psychopathic behavior of Wall Street speculators and the incalculable damage they laughingly do to American society. Such a dialogue is long in coming and should be extended to the advocates of the “war against terror.”

Since last year, it has been publicly known that the U.S. and NATO supported and financed Al Qaeda groups in Libya in their mutually planned overthrow of the Qadaffi government. These same terrorist groups had earlier fought in Iraq where they committed terrorist actions fighting against the occupying U.S. military. It is now known that, following the Libyan rebellion, that those same fighters were shipped to NATO funded bases in Turkey and there trained to fight in the bloody insurrection against the Syrian government. How many of the atrocities committed against the Syrian people have been committed by those terrorist fighters is never touched upon by the media. This allows the Obama administration to posture about its concern for Syrian civilians while planning for them the same fate that Libyan, Iraqi and Afghan civilians are now enduring.

The media’s ignoring of these known facts about Al Qaeda allows the American public to avoid confronting two fundamental questions: If the U.S. is committed to destroying Al Qaeda, why hasn’t it been providing assistance to the governments attacked by it - Libya and Syria? And, if the U.S. were actually at war against terrorism and Al Qaeda, why isn’t it, as Dr. Kissinger suggested, attacking elements of itself and NATO in order to destroy those responsible for the terrorist’s actions?

In the upside-down world that war on terror advocates live in (and expect the rest of us to accept as reality) the Al Qaeda fighters who fought in Afghanistan against the Evil Empire (the Russian one, that is) were good, but then became bad shortly before September 11 and afterwards needed to be destroyed. Then, in the middle of their multiple and barbaric terrorist activities around the world, they suddenly become good enough to qualify for financial and logistical support in supporting the U.S. NATO and Israel in their colonial conquests of the remaining non-obsequious Arab governments.

The eventual fate of these Al Qaeda fighters is of as little concern to their Western paymasters as is the fate of its taxpaying citizens living, willingly or not, in this upside-down world created by those managing its complexity. The U.S. government was, and is, an intrinsic and essential part of the “terrorist network,” which could not exist without its connivance and which would not fight without being paid by the direct approval of the U.S.

Unbelievable? Well how else to explain why Kissinger has not written an Op Ed advocating the destruction of the Saudi regime and why the U.S. has not attacked it for being material and financial supporters of those groups?

Dr. Kissinger’s treasonable and terroristic suggestion made so soon after the horror of September 11 would come as no surprise to police investigators.

They often say about criminals – Something in them wants to be found out, and caught. A religious believer would say that their soul is crying out to be saved. With the current crop of apparently soul-dead American leaders, who can know? Former President Bush’s checking under a table in response to a reporter’s question about the never located Iraqi weapon’s of mass destruction; President Obama’s joke about ordering a drone attack on a White House reporter; and Ms. Clinton’s laughing remarks about the killing of Qadaffi “We came, we saw, he died!” open a dark window on the conscience of all too many American leaders.

How many normal people are able to understand the complexity of creating the appearance of talking peace while creating mayhem, and receiving a hefty paycheck from the citizens they have sworn to serve while doing so?

They are laughing at us. Not just the Al Qaeda leaders who see the U.S. as destroying itself from within, as Osama bin Laden claimed it would. Worse, it is our own leaders who are snickering at us. While they make their jokes and pontificate as peacemakers, they are laughing at us. “We just thought, ok fine, we're ok now. Everything is going to be so much better.”

Our leaders know us the way they know themselves. They love to feel in control while they are being manipulated. Stock market frauds. Gambling casinos. Pornography. Drugs. Psychotropics. Ha Ha Ha! We are good and innocent and we are helping people to be free like us. Ha Ha Ha! They love to be manipulated, just like we do.

“Any government that shelters groups…involved in the attack, must pay an exorbitant price” Kissinger wrote in his 2001 Op Ed. Who can deny that average Americans have not been doing so? But not only materially in their lost homes, their lost jobs, their lost savings. Also, and perhaps most importantly for the future of American society, in the price Americans are paying for their lost capacity to recognize liars and their bullshit and to call them out by their names.

Michael Robeson was born in the New York and lived in Colorado before moving to Europe, where it is still less insane for his tastes.

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arthurdecco said...

I mourn for the USA and its citizens if after all this time and all of the evidence that has been discovered about 9/11, writers like Mr. Robeson can still insist that 19 Arab students who liked to party in strip clubs implemented a plan designed and orchestrated by some guys living in caves in Afghanistan to: #1 - bring down into their own footprints 3 (three) huge office towers in New York with 2 (two) civilian planes, #2 - destroyed the Pentagon budget office and murdered all of its staff and burned up the evidence the office had collected about the 3 TRILLION(!) dollars that were unaccounted for in the Military’s budget monies – budget monies overseen by Dov Zacheim, (gee, I wonder if he is an Israeli dual citizen?) while COMPLETELY IGNORING the criminal interconnections between the people who were actually in the critical positions necessary to pull off the biggest crime to ever take place in America. To add insult to injury, Robeson doesn't just ignore the personalities involved but also the science!

Nano thermite, anyone?!?!?

Robeson’s essay is either another sorry tale told by an uninformed correspondent or more disinformation designed to obstruct a clear review of the actual evidence of who is guilty. Neither conclusion is heartening.

Besides most people paying attention to this already realize it was the Israelis in cahoots with their slavishly devoted Israeli/American traitors well placed throughout the administration and bureaucracy who pulled off THE WORST CRIME IN AMERICAN HISTORY. The evidence, both concrete and circumstantial is irrefutable.

Bin Laden always said he didn't do it. And I'd believe him before I'd believe any of the Zionist gatekeepers who have been in control of this crime at every stage of its development, its implementation, its sorry “investigation” and now, its aftermath.

Every word I have written above is nothing but the unadorned truth. Shocking, isn’t it?!? That the truth could be so venal…

But what can you or me do about it? That’s where I’m stuck.

Anonymous said...

I find it hard to believe, that guys like Henry Kissinger and David Rockefeller are actually still walking around. Fortunately, time is on OUR side. They won't be with us, for much longer.

dale said...

Dale opines: There is no one more dangerous than the person who thinks that he alone has the truth and all else are deluded. This the danger of the True Believer.

I am well out of the box for over 50 years and my skepticism is well-rehersed, but I would not say I have the total truth or that my opinions are irrefutable. Those who say such things are beyond rational discussion.

That said, I think Kissinger, Bush,and now Obama are war criminals. The most terroristic force on earth is the US/NATO/Israeli war machine, now involved in the divide and conquer of supporting Sunni jihadists, such as al Quada, against the Shiite Crescent(the boneheaded consequence of invading Iraq), to destabilize legitimate governments, such as in Syria, and divide the MIddle EAst in order to control the resources and the governments put in place to serve the West. This is prelude to military aggression, using proxies like al Quada and other jihadists, and in order not to appear nakedly as the war crime it is, it is preceded by massive lies, propaganda, and false flag operations such as the recent atrocities in Syria.

It's a cluster-fu.k of failed wars (except for the huge profits achieved in long, even losing wars), fabricated terrorism plots (from Julius Cesaer to Hitler to Vietnam to Iraq to Libya) and today Syria (as a prelude to attacking Iran), and fake humanitarian crises.

I don't know the total truth but I can tell when I am being lied to. Until we have democracy and overthrow the rule of the banks, the corporations, and the Military/security establishment, nothing will be possible. First we take power from the elites. I am old and will not be storming the barricades (I once did) but I always lend my voice to the oppressed, the exploited, and the demonized and those who revolt.

The way to find the seam of truth in propaganda is to turn it inside out, to reverse the repeated lies and put the liars on trial. We should put all these war criminals on trial and lock them up forever! But as long as money rules (94% of elections and initiatives are won by the party with the most money) and inequality is celebrated as the beneficial outcome of a mythical free market, we will continue to be ripped off and marginalized. I don't have a solution except "eternal vigilance" and the right of revolution. But democracy (the name for the rule of the fascist corporate/state marriage) is ruled by propaganda with the illusion of a left/right split (this is more divide and conquer), but in a crisis all sides of the corporate media support wars and the destruction of people and nations who are in no way a threat to us. It's time to fight back.

Anonymous said...

It's all part of the Illuminati Hegelian dialectical process

Anonymous said...

Well..the Malaysian government in a court hearing recently found Bush, Rumsfeld and Cheney to be War criminals.

And I thought Bush would be at least smart enough to plant some WMD's in Iraq and then magically discover them to give his operation instant credibility. Or maybe they are just that brazen.

Scott said...

I really don't think that Kissinger was implying that we should sanction ourselves for initially supporting Al-Qaeda. Kissinger likes to bomb the hell out of the enemy, whether that be soldiers or civilians, but not the U.S. That's quite an extrapolation that doesn't make sense....

Anonymous said...

Heinz "Henry" Kissinger has some interesting history....he was a key player in Project Paperclip which smuggled many top Nazis into the U.S. and infiltrate U.S. sciences and government starting in 1938...the results are evident everywhere now. Read and learn:

Anonymous said...

The USG's specialty is creating enemies. American presidents are the biggest recruiters of enemies in the world. The baffling thing is that no matter how many times or how it comes back to fight them in the ass, they continue to do exactly the same thing and expecting different results. Al Gore has aptly dobbed this country the United States of Amnesia for that very reason. A self-destructive entity indeed.

Anonymous said...

Errr.. did you even read the article? I am no supporter of Kissinger or anyone else of his ilk. But it is clear what his thinking was in this piece and it had nothing to do with attacking the U.S.
Seriously people we have enough on our plate trying to protest for a better world without adopting psyops strategies in twisting information.

I am done.

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