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Dr. Henry Killinger is a mysterious figure dressed in a black doctor's uniform and accompanied by a medical bag that he names his "Magic Murder Bag". Killinger's Modus Operandi is to show up out of the sky and use his uncanny organizational skills to help others. His is motivated by a satisfaction from helping others.
Author: "What are your core moral principles - the principles you would not violate?"
Henry Kissinger: "I am not prepared to share that yet."
Henry Kissinger mentioned this just recently when asked about the Financial Meltdown. He said that from each catastrophe [referring mainly to the financial crisis] there is a new opportunity, and this is what he wanted to focus on. Understanding whom Kissinger works for, we know what opportunities he is talking about.
This centralization of power within business and politics, primarily, something they call Globalization, and by using sophisticated mind control and surveillance techniques, they think they will eventually keep the masses obedient enough so they don’t ever have to fear that we will rebel against them again. To be able to maintain the control and fear/negativity they feed on, they need to keep us in a spiritual trap, in which we certainly are. Although, we must remember that ultimately we put ourselves in this trap by letting us be ruled by these people in the first place and by looking the other way when truth is knocking on the door.
Later, in January 1983, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger succeeded in persuading his cronies on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) to issue a recommendation for a covert national-security operation against LaRouche et al., according to the provisions of Executive Order 12333. This recommendation was promptly put into effect by the FBI that same month. This operation, which grew into one of most far-reaching intelligence operations ever directed against a U.S. citizen, resulted in the fraudulent conviction of LaRouche and six of his associates on Dec. 16, 1988, approximately six years after the Kissinger-prompted PFIAB initiative of January 1983. One of the principal features of this continuing, 1983-1995, attempt to eliminate LaRouche by conviction and defamation, is the crucial role played by a concert of rogues under the direction of a New York private banker, John Train, of the Wall Street-linked firm of Smith and Train. During 1983 and 1984, Train maintained a salon which included representatives of the U.S. foreign intelligence community and national mass-media, including the Wall Street Journal, NBC-TV News, and Readers Digest, plus the FBI's private asset, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and ADL lackey Dennis King. www.larouchepub.com...
"Thirteen years ago, the first edition of Dope, Inc. was released, Commissioned by anti-drug American Senator Lyndon LaRouche. It was the first book to reveal that the illegal drug cartel was becoming the world's biggest business. "DOPE, INC.", has waged war against every nation in the world to expose the operation; and to reveal the names of the "untouchable" figures who protect the cartel, whom Hollywood media have sold to the public as veritable deities. This book, which has since come out in several foreign-language versions, and a second edition, remains unique. Its effectiveness is attested to, above all, by the fact that the kingpins of the U.S. branch of the drug cartel, led by Henry Kissinger and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith - launched a years-long effort to silence the authors, starting with LaRouche, who was railroaded to federal prison in late 1988 on trumped-up "conspiracy" charges, and is now fighting in the courts to overturn that travesty of justice. LaRouche was jailed within days of George Bush's inauguration as President in January 1989; and Bush kept him there, for reasons that include a fear by Bush and his backers of the information contained in this book. Dope Inc
“Power is the great aphrodisiac.” -- Henry Kissenger, New York Times, January 19, 1971.
Henry Kissinger gave Barack Obama his first job, which would have been at least 30 years ago. No specifics were given. I wonder if anyone knows what job this may have been, or any other specifics.
Henry A. Kissinger, Trilateral Commission
Other current Henry A. Kissinger relationships:2009 trial of Anthony D. Marshall & Francis X. Morrissey Jr. - witness
American Friends of Bilderberg - director
Aspen Institute - lifetime trustee
Atlantic Council of the United States - director
Bohemian Club - member
Center for Strategic and International Studies - trustee
Financial Services Volunteer Corps - director
Horatio Alger Association - member
Institute of International Education - trustee
International Rescue Committee - overseer
Kissinger Associates, Inc. - founder
Metropolitan Museum of Art - trustee emeritus
Nobel Foundation - Nobel peace prize winner
Paley Center for Media - trustee
Henry A. Kissinger past relationships:2007 Libby perjury trial - wrote letter of support
2008 Bilderberg conference - participant
Brooke Astor - friend
L. Paul Bremer III - special assistant
Ann Fleischer - spouse
Gerald R. Ford administration - national security adviser & secretary of state
Gerald R. Ford administration - secretary of state
Harvard University - professor
International House - chairman
Kissinger McLarty Associates - co-founder
Richard M. Nixon administration - secretary of state
Richard M. Nixon administration - national security adviser
Brent Scowcroft - assistant
Lloyd Shearer - friend
U.S. Department of State - secretary of state
U.S. Department of State - secretary
World Economic Forum 2008 - attendee
People related to Trilateral Commission:Erik Belfrage - member
C. Fred Bergsten - member
Georges Berthoin - member
Harold Brown - trustee
Zbigniew Brzezinski - member
Richard Conroy - member
Francois Bujon de l'Estang - member
Jorge Braga de Macedo - member
Vladimir Dlouhy - member
Bill Emmott - member
Martin S. Feldstein - director
Nemesio Fernandez-Cuesta - member
Thomas S. Foley - North American chairman
Michael B.G. Froman - member
David Gergen - member
Allan E. Gotlieb - North American deputy chairman
Carla A. Hills - executive committee member
James A. Johnson - member
Charles R. Kaye - member
Klaus Kleinfeld - member
Yotaro Kobayashi - Pacific Asia chairman
Jessica Tuchman Mathews - member
Indra K. Nooyi - executive committee member
Joseph S. Nye Jr. - member
Shijuro Ogata - Pacific Asian deputy chairman
Andrzej Olechowski - European deputy chairman
David J. O'Reilly - member
Joseph E. Robert Jr. - member
David M. Rubenstein - member
H. Onno Ruding - member
Brent Scowcroft - member
Han Sung-Joo - Pacific Asian deputy chairman
Peter Sutherland - European chairman
Fareed Zakaria - board member
"All the world's a stage, und all thge men and women merely players. They have their exits und their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages." Dr. Henrey Killinger
Killinger is an obvious likeness and reference to the famed Dr. Henry Kissinger, the Secretary of State and National Security Advisor during the Nixon and Ford administrations. Mary Poppins, including his carpet bag and umbrella as well as his sudden appearance and ability to bring everybody together. Dr. Henry Killinger is also looked at as the devil from the episode The Doctor is Sin. He interprets acts of the Bible and acts as the devil in these metaphors. As Dr. Orpheus says, "his is the way of the serpent and the apple." Killinger, when giving Dr. Venture his new supervillain costume, also claims to have given Richard Nixon his first power tie. His strange and awesome powers appear to be beyond any others in the show.
10. Himself: “Americans like the cowboy … who rides all alone into the town, the village, with his horse and nothing else … This amazing, romantic character suits me precisely because to be alone has always been part of my style or, if you like, my technique.
originally posted by: CB328
I believe Kissinger is responsible for millions of deaths, since he has been advising US presidents for decades.
He is evil.
Given the multiplying foreign policy emergencies in the headlines, from the advance of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to the face-off between Russia and Ukraine, the subject of Henry Kissinger’s new book, “World Order,” could not be more timely. However the reader may regard the author’s own historical baggage, the book puts the problems of today’s world and America’s role in that increasingly interconnected and increasingly riven world into useful — and often illuminating — context.
When Henry Kissinger talks about world order, to some it might seem as if he is living in a previous century. The 17th, perhaps. Beginning with his Harvard doctoral dissertation 60 years ago, he has extolled the concept of international order that was established in 1648 by the Peace of Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Years’ War. Instead of being shaped by wars of religion and the death spasms of the Holy Roman Empire, Europe’s international system was thenceforth based on independent nation-states, each sovereign over religion and other issues in its own territory. States would not interfere in the internal affairs of other states, and order would, ideally, be maintained by clever statesmen who focused on national interests and curated a balance of power.