Why Henry Kissinger Never Goes Away – By Benjamin Wallace-Wells March 27 2014 at 9:26 AM
Posted by satyrikon στο Μαρτίου 27, 2014
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger attends a a session of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013 on January 24, 2013 at the Swiss resort of Davos. Still in business.
Unsightly demonstrations accusing Henry Kissinger of mass murder tend to trail him wherever he goes, and so when the former secretary of state agreed to address a Yale graduate seminar, the school asked its students to keep the appearance confidential, probably to stave off the inevitable protests. Graduate students being graduate students, word of both Kissinger’s appearance and Yale’s efforts to keep it quiet inevitably leaked, so the protests when he arrives in New Haven on Friday are bound to be louder and more vigorous. This is the permanent theater of Henry Kissinger — Nobel Peace laureate, engineer of proxy wars, accused acquiescent to genocide — and it has been running for nearly four decades: Establishment institutions at…
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