How does the saying go?
"Those who forget the lessons of the past--- are doomed to repeat it."
Simply goes to show how clueless they remain over at the L.A. Times.
How did that happen? Another teleprompter screwup?
I really do not want Kissinger involved with Russia. The last time he negotiated anything resulted in the fall of Saigon.
“Mein Führer ! I can walk !”
Just what we need. The Dynamic Duo: clueless child Bambi and senile bureaucrat Kissinger.
NWO ALERT! it is Kissinger who has attended almost every Bildeberger meeting in past 30 years...., this has been the most consistent person on the list of attendees, and the CFR, so it makes perfect sense now, especially since Obamas were there in 05/06 **NWO ALERT!
Was Strangelove really inspired by Kissinger? In the early 1960s very few people knew who he was.
Invade an independent country; threaten another independent country; befriend some of the worst dictators in the world and then demand that we the U.S. change.
Sounds like he wants a do over of the cold war, this time with the West going bankrupt.
16 Signs That You Live In A Tyranny
Published on March 7, 2009 by Jon_Roland - 330 Comments
1. Control of public information and opinion: It begins with withholding information, and leads to putting out false or misleading information. A government can develop ministries of propaganda under many guises. They typically call it public information or marketing.
2. Vote fraud used to prevent the election of reformers: It doesnt matter which of the two major party candidates are elected if no real reformer can get nominated, and when news services start knowing the outcomes of elections before it is possible for them to know, then the votes are not being honestly counted.
3. Undue official influence on trials and juries: Nonrandom selection of jury panels, exclusion of those opposed to the law, exclusion of the jury from hearing argument on the law, exclusion of private prosecutors from access to the grand jury, and prevention of parties and their counsels from making effective arguments or challenging the government.
4. Usurpation of undelegated powers: This is usually done with popular support for solving some problem, or to redistribute wealth to the advantage of the supporters of the dominant faction, but it soon leads to the deprivation of rights of minorities and individuals.
5. Seeking a government monopoly on the capability and use of armed force: The first signs are efforts to register or restrict the possession and use of firearms, initially under the guise of protecting the public, which, when it actually results in increased crime, provides a basis for further disarmament efforts affecting more people and more weapons.
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