Henry Kissinger’s Legacy of War Crimes Exposed by Secret Yale Visit | Brainwash Update

Abby Martin speaks about how Yale University’s secret invite to Henry Kissinger has shined a new light into the former Secretary of State’s long list of criminality, by helping facilitate US war crimes in South East Asia, South America and the Middle East, which resulted in the deaths of millions of civilians.

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4 Comments on "Henry Kissinger’s Legacy of War Crimes Exposed by Secret Yale Visit | Brainwash Update"

  1. Another psychopath in the service of The Empire. The sombitch deserves the Moussolinni treatment.

  2. David Cameron | Mar 28, 2014 at 9:32 pm |

    This Jew is like the Jew who assisted his own people on behalf of Adolf Hitler. He should be tried in Hague for war crimes. If he ever travels internationally, people should beat and arrest him.

  3. Yale’s Jackson Institute: also home to John “death squad” Negroponte, who just “coincidentally” shows up in the vicinity of whatever assassination is taking place, from JFK to the sad murder of Benazir Bhutto, when Negroponte showed up in Pakistan several weeks prior to her arrival and murder.

    Also at Jackson Institute: Gen. McChrystal.

    Recently, another “honored” employee at Yale University, former Mexican president Ernesto Zedillo, was the subject of an extradition attempt by the Mexican government, but the US denied Zedillo’s extradition.

    As Gerard Celente says, the problem with America can be summed up most simply: bullets, bombs and banks; Harvard, Princeton and Yale.

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