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Henry Kissinger 'considered Cuba air strikes' in 1976

Henry Kissinger (left) is the oldest surviving former secretary of state in a list that includes James Baker, Madeleine Albright, Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton… 19 more words

Kissinger mapped out secret plans to launch attacks and 'smash Cuba,' newly disclosed documents show

MIAMI — Nearly 40 years ago, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger mapped out secret contingency plans to launch airstrikes against Havana and “smash Cuba,” newly disclosed government documents show. 764 more words

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Cuba in the news: Kissinger Drew Up Plans to Attack Cuba

From a New York Times article:

“Nobody has known that at the very end of a really remarkable effort to normalize relations, Kissinger, the global chessboard player, was insulted that a small country would ruin his plans for Africa and was essentially prepared to bring the imperial force of the United States on Fidel Castro’s head.” … 14 more words

Cuba

BILDERBERGER KISSINGER WANTS WORLD ARMY TO FIGHT TERRORISTS

Globalist war criminal once described troops as “dumb, stupid animals”

Henry Kissinger, Bilderberg kingpin and architect of overthrowing democratically elected governments, is keen to establish a global mercenary army to fight terrorists, according to Fox News big mouth Bill O’Reilly, who has heartily endorsed such a notion on recent programming. 70 more words

Government

"OFF WITH THEIR HEADS !" : DOUBT , CERTITUDE AND RIGHTEOUS OVER - REACTION

Popes, politicians, preachers and pundits rarely have the honesty to admit having doubts. Saints have less hesitation because honesty, in spite of their illusions, comes more naturally to them. 747 more words

Book review: World Order, by Henry Kissinger

Love or loathe him, Henry Kissinger has amassed enormous experience. In his latest meditation, World Order, the 91-year-old American statesman argues that the United States must address mounting global tensions. 7 more words

South China Morning Post

Editor's Picks: Biographies & Memoirs - via Amazon.com

1. World Order by Henry Kissinger

Walter Isaacson, Time:
“Dazzling and instructive… [a] magisterial new book.”

Henry Kissinger offers in World Order a deep meditation on the roots of international harmony and global disorder. 3,296 more words

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