Skip to comments.Kissinger: Gassing Jews would not be a US problem
Posted on 12/11/2010 6:43:12 PM PST by Nachum
If they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern. secretary of state heard telling Nixon on 1973 tape.
WASHINGTON Henry Kissinger is heard saying the genocide of Soviet Jews would not be an American problem on newly released tapes chronicling President Nixons obsession with disparaging Jews and other minorities.
Kissingers remarks come after a meeting between the two men and former prime minister Golda Meir on March 1, 1973, in which Meir pleads for US pressure on the Soviet Union to release its Jews.
The men dismiss her plea after Meir leaves.
The emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union is not an objective of American foreign policy, The New York Times on Saturday quoted Kissinger, then secretary of state, as saying on the tapes. And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern. Maybe a humanitarian concern.
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I'm not pretending anything and I'm not a Jew.
I would react the same way to anyone who said, “If they put Jews [or anyone] into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern”.
It's not only an American concern, it's a humanitarian concern.
Unlikeley. Dr. Strangelove was released in 1964. At that time, Kissinger had only been a Harvard prof and had served as a campaign adviser to Nelson Rockefeller's failed bids for the GOP presidential nomination.
Kissinger didn't rise to national prominence until 1968 when Nixon made him National Security Adviser. You're probably right abouth Kahn, and also W. von Braun and other German scientists we imported following WWII.
>>I hate him even more now after a statement like this.<<
Hatred is such a heavy load to carry. It will slow you down. Just learn from his statements and carry on your good life.