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To: dk/coro
"I remember all too well this despicable Kraut's power grab (1972-3)--thus shutting out My boss, Adm. Moorer (then Chairman) to the point that the Chairman had to establish his own internal spy ring to find out what Nixon and Company were up to in execution of critical foreign policy."

Thank you for this remembrance. I first heard his voice on radio in the early 1970's. I thought, "This is a voice of an evil man." I've never changed my mind. The photograph of him smiling at Mao later on this thread made me sick. How many people did Mao slaughter? Wasn't it Kissinger who led Nixon into the immoral disaster of befriending Red China? I didn't know of his KGB past, but always wondered who he was really working for. Well, Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. This is still one hell of a country, and I'm glad to be a free American as long as it lasts.

74 posted on 11/28/2002 11:39:00 PM PST by The Westerner
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To: The Westerner
Thank you for this remembrance. I first heard his voice on radio in the early 1970's. I thought, "This is a voice of an evil man." I've never changed my mind. The photograph of him smiling at Mao later on this thread made me sick. How many people did Mao slaughter? Wasn't it Kissinger who led Nixon into the immoral disaster of befriending Red China? I didn't know of his KGB past, but always wondered who he was really working for. Well, Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. This is still one hell of a country, and I'm glad to be a free American as long as it lasts.

There are so many conflicting stories about Kissinger that it's hard to tell what to believe. In cases like that, I rely on my intuition. The guy gives me the creeps.

84 posted on 11/30/2002 9:12:57 AM PST by independentmind
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