461. Henry Kissinger – the gray eminence of the globalists
461. Henry Kissinger – the gray eminence of the globalists

461. Henry Kissinger – the gray eminence of the globalists

Vienna 05/30/2023

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Henry Kissinger, a well-known figure on the international political scene, will celebrate his 100th birthday on May 27, 2023. He is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former U.S. Secretary of State. But who is Kissinger really? Did he have a decisive influence on the fate of world politics? Source.

His real name is Heinz Alfred Kissinger. In 1938, at the age of 15, he and his Jewish family managed to escape from Germany via England to the USA. In 1956, at the age of 33, he became a member of the CFR, the Council on Foreign Relations, the most influential private institution in America and the western world, as Der Spiegel put it in 1975. This private organization (CFR) has great influence on US politics. CFR is an organization that has been developing policy ideas and strategies and finding ways to translate them into policy for a hundred years.

Klaus Schwab – founder of the World Economic Forum (WEF) – sees Henry Kissinger as his mentor. Kissinger was the originator of the idea of creating the Young Global Leaders forge of globalist talent, giving them the opportunity to make an impact on most of the world’s governments. The WEF, based in Davos/Switzerland, is considered a European globalist organisation. In fact, it was created by the Americans to control European countries. Meanwhile, the WEF has become an important instrument of world government – the Deep State.

As one of the main ideologues of globalism, Kissinger surprises with his stance against the war in Ukraine. He truthfully claims that the direct cause of this war is Ukraine’s invitation to NATO. The main reason for this war was to replace the fear of the virus with another fear. The creation of a world government – the main goal of the globalists – is inseparable from the manipulation of public opinion, and this is especially possible when that public is constantly intimidated. Henry Kissinger claims he met with Putin at least once a year for fifteen years. Having advised President George W. Bush on the Iraq war, he must be clear about who deserves a trial before the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

“If you don’t know where to go, all roads will lead you nowhere!” – Henry A. Kissinger.

Author of the article: Marek Wojcik

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