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Kissinger Delivered a Plan for a New World Order to Putin

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Kissinger Delivered a Plan for a New World Order to Putin – Fort Russ
Translated by Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ
9th February, 2016
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Henry Kissinger is one of the “bisons” of American politics. One of those who ruined the Soviet Union. It was he who put in a lot of effort to finally tear China away from the USSR and thus, weakening the latter. He is a patriot who put himself on the altar of victory in the “cold war”. Even after retiring, he did not give up on the battle throughout his life. He continued to struggle with the remnants of the Soviet Empire.

Four years ago, speaking about “the drums of war”, which could already be heard, he said:

“The coming war will be so severe that only one superpower can win, and that’s us. That is why the EU is in such a hurry to form the superpower, because they know what is coming, and to survive, Europe will have to be one whole cohesive state. This urgency tells me that they know what to expect from us. Oh, how I dreamed of this delightful moment. From the ashes we shall build a new society, there will remain only one superpower, and it will be the global government that wins. Do not forget that the United States has the best weapon, which no other country has, and we will introduce those weapons to the world when the time is right”. (Henry Kissinger January 2012).

On January 20th 2012, he arrived in Moscow to give Vladimir Putin an ultimatum and “friendly advice” not to run again for President of Russia. Because otherwise the U.S. will grind Russia into powder: “the third term of Vladimir Putin, this is a war that Russia will lose”.

An important guest

It’s already been four years. On February 3rd 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin received the former U.S. Secretary of State in his suburban residence in Novo-Ogaryovo. Like the previous encounter, what they said is not known. It is clear that Kissinger arrived on very important business that cannot be trusted with Victoria Nuland, nor Barack Obama.

The visits of Henry Kissinger to Moscow have recently become quite frequent. He came twice in 2013 (spring and autumn), most likely trying to convince Russia to withdraw from Ukraine.

His opinion and the opinion of his circles that he is in (the clan of the Rockefellers) is often ignored by the top political leadership of the US, which has become a cause of many geopolitical defeats of Washington. Henry Kissinger never ceases to remind us that the key to American dominance in the world is the disunity of Eurasia. Washington’s biggest defeat was the creation of a political and economic alliance between Beijing and Moscow. The accession of Berlin will completely negate the last victory of American diplomacy and will create a condition of rapid decline of the political weight of the United States.

But these powers soon will be able to occupy the White House, and it will be time to talk about the future, the future in which Russia and the United States have to live in.

“New world” by Kissinger

Immediately upon returning to the States, Henry Kissinger wrote a column for the magazine The National Interest, in which he outlined his vision for the future of the world. The most significant points being:


Firstly, the relationship between the U.S. and Russia is currently probably even worse than they were before the end of the cold war. Experts in both countries believe that Moscow and Washington have entered a new phase of confrontation and are unlikely to be able to cooperate effectively on issues of world order. Secondly, he pointed out that Russia and the U.S. should cooperate. According to him, the country needs to develop a concept of partnership, which will set out the roles each country will play in shaping the new world order and the concept of a coordinated approach to it.

Kissinger noted that the U.S. and Russia should cooperate not only among themselves but also with other states. Instability in the world today is unprecedented. Threats arise because of the destruction of state power and the growing number of uncontrolled territories. Such problems cannot be solved by one country, so the United States must continually cooperate with Russia and other world powers.

Henry Kissinger did not ignore Ukraine, which, in his opinion should become a bridge between Russia and the West, and not an outpost of one of the parties. Also the diplomat stressed that if the U.S. and Russia were to work together in Syria, along with other major powers, they will be able to create a model for a peaceful settlement of the conflict, not only in the Middle East, but possibly in other areas.

Over the past few years, Washington and Moscow cooperated only sporadically, but great progress was made, which is not surprising: discussions were held outside the agreed strategic format. Therefore, Kissinger stated the need to perceive Russia as an integral element of any new global equilibrium, not only as a threat to the United States.

The forgotten superpower

Let us try to understand the diplomatic lexicon of politics and look at the problem from a great height. How does the U.S (Henry Kissinger) approach problem-solving at the highest, that is, strategic level?

This catches the eye. No one in the States (even Kissinger) doubts that the future of the world, at any point, must be addressed with Russia and possibly with even some major countries.

Has the rhetoric changed in the last four years? It has long forgotten the concept of a singular global hegemon, which for last 20 years was the USA. Also forgotten are world governments (American), and the strongest army with the most modern weapons.

It should be understood that Russia’s “right to decide” was not due to the fact that the United States was flexible, but because the events of recent years and the efforts of the leadership of the Russian Federation has forced Washington to reconsider their opinions and make concessions.

An important marker is the desire of the former “masters of the world” to share the burden of responsibility for Ukraine with Moscow, and return it to its dominant period, when this area was once the bridge between Europe and Russia. In fact, the U.S. is ready to retreat and lose half of its influence, until they lose everything.

It’s the same thing in Syria. Six months ago it seemed that the days of the Assad regime were numbered, and the entire Middle East would remain not only as eternal pain for Europe and Russia, but also in full orbit of the political power of the United States. Six months later and there has been enormous change. An outpost of the U.S – Saudi Arabia – is on the verge of defeat. Turkey found itself in the situation of Ukraine two years ago, and may simply fall apart. At the same time, Russia and Iran are increasing their presence and influence by leaps and bounds in the Middle East, threatening in the medium term to squeeze the U.S. out of the strategic region.

But because of the mouth of Henry Kissinger, Vladimir Putin has apparently also heard the suggestion to “divide” the region. And this (according to the American political elite) must become a “model” for similar agreements in other parts of Eurasia.

The bridge through Alaska

What did the President of Russia say? I think he said he would think about it for another four years. Through which he will be able to offer Henry Kissinger, or someone else, to make Alaska a “bridge” between Russia and America, and will promise to consider also the interests of Washington and other major powers in Europe.

But if they are not satisfied with the American political elite, they will have to wait for the next offer, which is expected in four years. But it seems to me that it will be even worse for them.


Source: http://blogdogcicle.blogspot.com/2016/02/kissinger-delivered-plan-for-new-world.html


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    • Anonymous

      Let’s set the record straight: Kissinger is NO “patriot”!!!! He has committed numerous war crimes and has no conscience. Here is from Globalist Research:
      Henry Kissinger was national security advisor and one of the principle architects – perhaps the principle architect – of the coup in Chile. US-instigated coups were nothing new in 1973, certainly not in Latin America, and Kissinger and his boss Richard Nixon were carrying on a violent tradition that spanned the breadth of the 20th century and continues in the 21st – see, for example, Venezuela in 2002 (failed) and Honduras in 2009 (successful). Where possible, such as in Guatemala in 1954 and Brazil in 1964, coups were the preferred method for dealing with popular insurgencies. In other instances, direct invasion by US forces such as happened on numerous occasions in Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic and many other places, was the fallback option.

      The coup in Santiago occurred as US aggression in Indochina was finally winding down after more than a decade. From 1969 through 1973, it was Kissinger again, along with Nixon, who oversaw the slaughter in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. It is impossible to know with precision how many were killed during those four years; all the victims were considered enemies, including the vast majority who were non-combatants, and the US has never been much interested in calculating the deaths of enemies. Estimates of Indochinese killed by the US for the war as a whole start at four million and are likely more, perhaps far more. It can thus be reasonably extrapolated that probably more than a million, and certainly hundreds of thousands, were killed while Kissinger and Nixon were in power.

      In addition, countless thousands of Indochinese have died in the years since from the affects of the massive doses of Agent Orange and other Chemical Weapons of Mass Destruction unleashed by the US. Many of us here know (or, sadly, knew) soldiers who suffered from exposure to such chemicals; multiply their numbers by 1,000 or 10,000 or 50,000 – again, it’s impossible to know with accuracy – and we can begin to understand the impact on those who live in and on the land that was so thoroughly poisoned as a matter of US policy.

      Studies by a variety of organizations including the United Nations also indicate that at least 25,000 people have died in Indochina since war’s end from unexploded US bombs that pocket the countryside, with an equivalent number maimed. As with Agent Orange, deaths and ruined lives from such explosions continue to this day. So 40 years on, the war quite literally goes on for the people of Indochina, and it is likely it will go on for decades more.

      Near the end of his time in office, Kissinger and his new boss Gerald Ford pre-approved the Indonesian dictator Suharto’s invasion of East Timor in 1975, an illegal act of aggression again carried out with weapons made in and furnished by the US. Suharto had a long history as a bagman for US business interests; he ascended to power in a 1965 coup, also with decisive support and weapons from Washington, and undertook a year-long reign of terror in which security forces and the army killed more than a million people (Amnesty International, which rarely has much to say about the crimes of US imperialism, put the number at 1.5 million).

      In addition to providing the essential on-the-ground support, Kissinger and Ford blocked efforts by the global community to stop the bloodshed when the terrible scale of Indonesian violence became known, something UN ambassador Daniel Patrick Moynihan openly bragged about. Again, the guiding principle of empire, one that Kissinger and his kind accept as naturally as breathing, is that independence cannot be allowed. That’s true even in a country as small as East Timor where investment opportunities are slight, for independence is contagious and can spread to places where far more is at stake, like resource-rich Indonesia. By the time the Indonesian occupation finally ended in 1999, 200,000 Timorese – 30 percent of the population – had been wiped out. Such is Kissinger’s legacy and it is a legacy well understood by residents of the global South no matter the denial, ignorance or obfuscation of the intelligentsia here.

      If the United States is ever to become a democratic society, and if we are ever to enter the international community as a responsible party willing to wage peace instead of war, to foster cooperation and mutual aid rather than domination, we will have to account for the crimes of those who claim to act in our names like Kissinger. Our outrage at the crimes of murderous thugs who are official enemies like Pol Pot is not enough. A cabal of American mis-leaders from Kennedy on caused for far more Indochinese deaths than the Khmer Rouge, after all, and those responsible should be judged and treated accordingly.

      The urgency of the task is underscored as US aggression proliferates at an alarming rate. Millions of people around the world, most notably in an invigorated Latin America, are working to end the “might makes right” ethos the US has lived by since its inception. The 99 percent of us here who have no vested interest in empire would do well to join them.

      There are recent encouraging signs along those lines, with the successful prevention of a US attack on Syria particularly noteworthy. In addition, individuals from various levels of empire have had their lives disrupted to varying degrees. David Petraeus, for example, has been hounded by demonstrators since being hired by CUNY earlier this year to teach an honors course; in 2010, Dick Cheney had to cancel a planned trip to Canada because the clamor for his arrest had grown quite loud; long after his reign ended, Pinochet was arrested by order of a Spanish magistrate for human right violations and held in England for 18 months before being released because of health problems; and earlier this year, Efrain Rios Montt, one of Washington’s past henchmen in Guatemala, was convicted of genocide, though accomplices of his still in power have since intervened on his behalf to obstruct justice.

      More pressure is needed, and allies of the US engaged in war crimes like Paul Kagame should be dealt with as Pinochet was. More important perhaps for those of in the US is that we hound Rumsfeld, both Clintons, Rice, Albright and Powell, to name a few, for their crimes against humanity every time they show themselves in public just as Petraeus has been. That holds especially for our two most recent War-Criminals-in-Chief, Barack Bush and George W. Obama.

    • Helen

      Interesting article but the New World Order wanted to build a tangible “bridge” between Russia and Alaska. This plan was before WWII and since then it has been finished. It’s supposed to be earthquake proof. Look it up. Nevertheless, land can break up even if the tunnel won’t break.

      There are so many twists of so many people. The whole picture will become evedent and even those who think t hey will have control will see they are at mercy by spiritual powers they can not control either.

      The bridge is already in place

      • b4

        this article is completely made up–Henry never said those things–has not visited Putin–all bs–that being said Kissinger is no doubt a psychopath ..

    • Anonymous

      Mr psychopath himself.

      https://helpsaveourkidsfuture.wordpress.com/2014/01/03/psychopaths-rule-our-entire-world-politicians-and-bankers-are-all-psychopaths/

      http://poorrichards-blog.blogspot.com/2012/02/henry-kissinger-if-you-cant-hear-drums.html
      HENRY KISSINGER: “IF YOU CAN’T HEAR THE DRUMS OF WAR YOU MUST BE DEAF” – 27/11/2011 – February 6, 2012
      “The United States is bating China and Russia, and the final nail in the coffin will be Iran, which is, of course, the main target of Israel. . . We’re like the sharp shooter daring the noob to pick up the gun, and when they try, it’s bang bang.
      The coming war will will be so severe that only one superpower can win, and that’s us folks. . . O how I have dreamed of this delightful moment.”
      “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”
      Mr Kissinger then added: “If you are an ordinary person, then you can prepare yourself for war by moving to the countryside and building a farm, but you must take guns with you, as the hordes of starving will be roaming. Also, even though the elite will have their safe havens and specialist shelters, they must be just as careful during the war as the ordinar

    • Leaping Lizard

      After skimming this article, I turned my laptop on edge over my rose bed and tapped it gently. They were very short of manure, but now they are content.

      • FindtheTruth

        Go away, you creeptard, brain-munching scum. You insult roses and manure. All the likes of you have to do is probably look at it and it dies an excruciating death.

      • FindtheTruth

        Probably being in the general vicinity would make them wilt and die.

    • diego

      neocon americani male del mondo

    • Bob DD

      To think I admired HK when he was S of S under Nixon. Thought he was an odd querky starchy dude, but likeable. Then I found out about his globalist connections, and his declarations that World population must be reduced from 7 billion people to 500 million.
      Wow. What a wake up?

    • Anonymous

      Kissinger sold his soul to Satan long ago. He’s been working for Satan, through israel, ever since.
      He’s a war mongering zionist!
      He ought to be HUNG (after water boarding, tarring feathering, and anything else that can be come up with).
      It would surprise me if it was he who ended up being the anti-Christ.

    • EOD\'s

      OH! MY GAWD OLLIE RICHARDSON….

      PLEASE STOP SMOKING THAT STUFF AND SEEK PSYCHO MEDICAL ATTENTION ASAP YOU ARE ONE VERY SIC PUPPY….

      ANYBODY COME ACROSS THIS PSYCHO PLEASE DISARM HIM IMMEDIATELY, HANDCUFF HIM, GAG HIM AND DROP HIS PANTS SO HE CAN’T RUN AWAY.
      GET HIM INTO A PADDED CELL ASAP……

    • Klemens

      I Took Millions of Dollars in Bribes
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxoNSCuQGpM

      :lol: :lol:

    • VirusGuard

      Kissinger is a jew who works for the banking cartel that runs the world via a network of bribes and is a war criminal.

      Mr Putin is a good man and needs no advise from low life scum who was kicked of the 9/11 investigation before it even started and we know what a dogs dinner that turned out to be even without Kissinger

    • unidentified

      he is 92 years old and still an active advisor :?:

    • magusincognito

      “Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.” (Henry Kissinger)

      “Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy” (Henry Kissinger).

      Is the person who presented this fodder for being bashed all done? Those who push Kissinger are no better than those who push party politics…uninformed naive and not worthy of paying attention to. I couldn’t believe what I was reading! Absolute trash….

    • Large Fuck Driver

      Kissinger that dirty, rotten jew rat.

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