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      04-18-2019, 10:59 PM   #1
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"FUCK HENRY KISSINGER" -Letter from Former Senator,Presidential Candidate Mike Gravel

A STATEMENT ON THE 44TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CAMBODIAN GENOCIDE AND THE LEGACY OF HENRY KISSINGER

44 years ago, yesterday, Cambodia was taken over by the Khmer Rouge. From 1975 to 1979, in what is referred to as the Cambodian Genocide, a quarter of the country’s entire population was wiped out. There is some debate over the exact number: 1.6 million dead? 2.5 million?

In the 2000s, Cambodia held a national tribunal. Two prominent party members were convicted for crimes against humanity. But someone else should have been tried, too. And we, as a nation, cannot talk about the genocide without talking about the United States.

“It’s an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves.”

The fall of Phnom Penh may have been executed by Pol Pot, but it was designed by Henry Kissinger. In 1969, off of CIA intelligence, President Richard Nixon gave Kissinger - then the US National Security Advisor - a carte blanche to target Vietnamese troops in Cambodia. Up to 500,000 people died in our air raids.

The Khmer Rouge took advantage of the destabilization and used our crimes as propaganda to recruit civilians. In the 80s, after their defeat, we would go on to fund their exiled soldiers.

“It’s an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves.”

Henry Kissinger, a man whose appetite for corpses is dwarfed only by his gluttony for division. In a just world, he would be tried as an accomplice in the Cambodian Genocide. But it isn’t just Cambodia. You will find him trailing blood in Chile, in Vietnam, in Bangladesh, in Argentina, in Laos, in Indonesia, in Israel, in Cyprus, in Cuba, in East Timor (a third of the population killed). In 2018, on North Korea, he demurred: “The temptation [of] ... a pre-emptive strike is strong.”

“It’s an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves.”

When we talk about Kissinger, we must confront the fact that - while looming large - he is merely one cog in the American war machine. We must beware the other Kissingers. The ones whose names and faces are yet to stain our history books. The men and women waiting patiently for their turn to whisper “Death.” in the ears of our leaders. Some of them are already there. And we, the people, have a duty to shout back “Peace.”

We may never see Henry Kissinger extradited to The Hague. So let us rebel by doing what he despises most. To band together. To unite, under one wish - his speedy extradition to Hell.
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Perhaps the One Quote that best show the True face on that fucking piece of shit Goblin,

'Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.' -Henry Kissinger

The Globalsits, Corporatists that drive the Trillion Dollar War Machine & Run the Military Industrial Complex they have done their best over the years to cover up that quote by Kissinger...

...just remember this is how they ALL view our military

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A STATEMENT ON THE 44TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CAMBODIAN GENOCIDE AND THE LEGACY OF HENRY KISSINGER

44 years ago, yesterday, Cambodia was taken over by the Khmer Rouge. From 1975 to 1979, in what is referred to as the Cambodian Genocide, a quarter of the country’s entire population was wiped out. There is some debate over the exact number: 1.6 million dead? 2.5 million?

In the 2000s, Cambodia held a national tribunal. Two prominent party members were convicted for crimes against humanity. But someone else should have been tried, too. And we, as a nation, cannot talk about the genocide without talking about the United States.

“It’s an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves.”

The fall of Phnom Penh may have been executed by Pol Pot, but it was designed by Henry Kissinger. In 1969, off of CIA intelligence, President Richard Nixon gave Kissinger - then the US National Security Advisor - a carte blanche to target Vietnamese troops in Cambodia. Up to 500,000 people died in our air raids.

The Khmer Rouge took advantage of the destabilization and used our crimes as propaganda to recruit civilians. In the 80s, after their defeat, we would go on to fund their exiled soldiers.

“It’s an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves.”

Henry Kissinger, a man whose appetite for corpses is dwarfed only by his gluttony for division. In a just world, he would be tried as an accomplice in the Cambodian Genocide. But it isn’t just Cambodia. You will find him trailing blood in Chile, in Vietnam, in Bangladesh, in Argentina, in Laos, in Indonesia, in Israel, in Cyprus, in Cuba, in East Timor (a third of the population killed). In 2018, on North Korea, he demurred: “The temptation [of] ... a pre-emptive strike is strong.”

“It’s an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves.”

When we talk about Kissinger, we must confront the fact that - while looming large - he is merely one cog in the American war machine. We must beware the other Kissingers. The ones whose names and faces are yet to stain our history books. The men and women waiting patiently for their turn to whisper “Death.” in the ears of our leaders. Some of them are already there. And we, the people, have a duty to shout back “Peace.”

We may never see Henry Kissinger extradited to The Hague. So let us rebel by doing what he despises most. To band together. To unite, under one wish - his speedy extradition to Hell.
We were fighting proxy wars against the Soviet Union to stop the expansion of Communism.
Civilians die in wars as a result of wars, WW2 was no different!

The bad guys were the Soviets, they're the ones who oppressed and killed Civilians not only in South Asia but in places like Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary etc.

You're blaming Kissinger for the crimes committed by Pol Pot who was supported by the Soviets.

We were the force behind West Germany, East Germany was a nightmare and if it wasn't for us, the Soviets would oppress all of Europe!
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We were fighting proxy wars against the Soviet Union to stop the expansion of Communism.
Civilians die in wars as a result of wars, WW2 was no different!

The bad guys were the Soviets, they're the ones who oppressed and killed Civilians not only in South Asia but in places like Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary etc.

You're blaming Kissinger for the crimes committed by Pol Pot who was supported by the Soviets.

We were the force behind West Germany, East Germany was a nightmare and if it wasn't for us, the Soviets would oppress all of Europe!
It was Kissinger’s lying to the American people about the increasing battle fronts, the casualties and his acknowledgment toward dictators that make him a snake.
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It was Kissinger’s lying to the American people about the increasing battle fronts, the casualties and his acknowledgment toward dictators that make him a snake.
Vietnam was a noble cause, have you lived in a place like Cuba?

We were fighting to give those people freedom like in West Germany and finally Poland, Hungary etc.

Our selfish Dems didn't want to see us involved in liberating those countries.

We ended up doing everything half fast resulting in more casualties!
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A STATEMENT ON THE 44TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CAMBODIAN GENOCIDE AND THE LEGACY OF HENRY KISSINGER

44 years ago, yesterday, Cambodia was taken over by the Khmer Rouge. From 1975 to 1979, in what is referred to as the Cambodian Genocide, a quarter of the country's entire population was wiped out. There is some debate over the exact number: 1.6 million dead? 2.5 million?

In the 2000s, Cambodia held a national tribunal. Two prominent party members were convicted for crimes against humanity. But someone else should have been tried, too. And we, as a nation, cannot talk about the genocide without talking about the United States.

"It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves."

The fall of Phnom Penh may have been executed by Pol Pot, but it was designed by Henry Kissinger. In 1969, off of CIA intelligence, President Richard Nixon gave Kissinger - then the US National Security Advisor - a carte blanche to target Vietnamese troops in Cambodia. Up to 500,000 people died in our air raids.

The Khmer Rouge took advantage of the destabilization and used our crimes as propaganda to recruit civilians. In the 80s, after their defeat, we would go on to fund their exiled soldiers.

"It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves."

Henry Kissinger, a man whose appetite for corpses is dwarfed only by his gluttony for division. In a just world, he would be tried as an accomplice in the Cambodian Genocide. But it isn't just Cambodia. You will find him trailing blood in Chile, in Vietnam, in Bangladesh, in Argentina, in Laos, in Indonesia, in Israel, in Cyprus, in Cuba, in East Timor (a third of the population killed). In 2018, on North Korea, he demurred: "The temptation [of] ... a pre-emptive strike is strong."

"It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves."

When we talk about Kissinger, we must confront the fact that - while looming large - he is merely one cog in the American war machine. We must beware the other Kissingers. The ones whose names and faces are yet to stain our history books. The men and women waiting patiently for their turn to whisper "Death." in the ears of our leaders. Some of them are already there. And we, the people, have a duty to shout back "Peace."

We may never see Henry Kissinger extradited to The Hague. [COLOR="Red"]So let us rebel by doing what he despises most. To band together. To unite, under one wish - his speedy extradition to Hell.[/COLOR]
Good news! our intrepid investigators here at BP-OT:R&P have managed to unearth a photograph of the actual author of this article that was posted here by our old friend Kitester==>
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It was Kissinger's lying to the American people about the increasing battle fronts, the casualties and his acknowledgment toward dictators that make him a snake.
Vietnam was a noble cause, have you lived in a place like Cuba?

We were fighting to give those people freedom like in West Germany and finally Poland, Hungary etc.

Our selfish Dems didn't want to see us involved in liberating those countries.

We ended up doing everything half fast resulting in more casualties!
Where to start.

I don't know if I would have called Vietnam a noble cause, but we were doing the right thing. We just had poor strategies, especially strategically and politically.

Just to let you know, Kennedy and LBJ were responsible for getting us into Vietnam. Democrats.
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A STATEMENT ON THE 44TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CAMBODIAN GENOCIDE AND THE LEGACY OF HENRY KISSINGER

44 years ago, yesterday, Cambodia was taken over by the Khmer Rouge. From 1975 to 1979, in what is referred to as the Cambodian Genocide, a quarter of the country's entire population was wiped out. There is some debate over the exact number: 1.6 million dead? 2.5 million?

In the 2000s, Cambodia held a national tribunal. Two prominent party members were convicted for crimes against humanity. But someone else should have been tried, too. And we, as a nation, cannot talk about the genocide without talking about the United States.

"It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves."

The fall of Phnom Penh may have been executed by Pol Pot, but it was designed by Henry Kissinger. In 1969, off of CIA intelligence, President Richard Nixon gave Kissinger - then the US National Security Advisor - a carte blanche to target Vietnamese troops in Cambodia. Up to 500,000 people died in our air raids.

The Khmer Rouge took advantage of the destabilization and used our crimes as propaganda to recruit civilians. In the 80s, after their defeat, we would go on to fund their exiled soldiers.

"It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves."

Henry Kissinger, a man whose appetite for corpses is dwarfed only by his gluttony for division. In a just world, he would be tried as an accomplice in the Cambodian Genocide. But it isn't just Cambodia. You will find him trailing blood in Chile, in Vietnam, in Bangladesh, in Argentina, in Laos, in Indonesia, in Israel, in Cyprus, in Cuba, in East Timor (a third of the population killed). In 2018, on North Korea, he demurred: "The temptation [of] ... a pre-emptive strike is strong."

"It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies, on anything that moves."

When we talk about Kissinger, we must confront the fact that - while looming large - he is merely one cog in the American war machine. We must beware the other Kissingers. The ones whose names and faces are yet to stain our history books. The men and women waiting patiently for their turn to whisper "Death." in the ears of our leaders. Some of them are already there. And we, the people, have a duty to shout back "Peace."

We may never see Henry Kissinger extradited to The Hague. [COLOR="Red"]So let us rebel by doing what he despises most. To band together. To unite, under one wish - his speedy extradition to Hell.[/COLOR]
Good news! our intrepid investigators here at BP-OT:R&P have managed to unearth a photograph of the actual author of this article that was posted here by our old friend Kitester==>
No. Fake news. Marty Feldman was a respectable Republican.

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Where to start.

I don't know if I called Vietnam and noble cause, but we were doing the right thing. We just had poor strategies, especially strategically and politically.

Just to let you know, Kennedy and LBJ were responsible for getting us into Vietnam. Democrats.
All the protests against the war were done by the lefties!

Spitting on returning Vietnam vets was done by the libs or calling them baby killers.

They were out there ill prepared fighting a proxy war against the Soviets and China to stop communism!
That's noble to me!
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Where to start.

I don't know if I called Vietnam and noble cause, but we were doing the right thing. We just had poor strategies, especially strategically and politically.

Just to let you know, Kennedy and LBJ were responsible for getting us into Vietnam. Democrats.
and eisenhower

Johnson lied and it burdened him for the rest of his life, he actually grew his hair long - I guess in some type of garnering to the young men and women of the late sixties.
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All the protests against the war were done by the lefties!

Spitting on returning Vietnam vets was done by the libs or calling them baby killers.

They were out there ill prepared fighting a proxy war against the Soviets and China to stop communism!
That's noble to me!
it was the christian republican conservatives that trashed the American and French journalist for reporting and recording the American deaths and atrocities that Nixon and Kissinger delegated over.
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^^^^ just more evidence of the intellectual wreckage left in the wake of Howard Zinn
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Just hoisted my snifter of Hennessy to toast Dr Kissinger for all the great work he did for the USA. Thanks Henry.
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Who the fuck is Mike Gravel?
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A college buddy of Gonzo's MarkF? They hosted a "UFO's: Real or Not" at the Sammy fraternity house at UNT in 1991.......These guys love their conspiracy theories!
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Maurice Robert "Mike" Gravel is an American politician who served as a United States Senator from Alaska from 1969 to 1981. A member of the Democratic Party, he was a candidate in the 2008 U.S. presidential election and is a candidate in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
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