TRUTH PUKE’S TAKE: The Intercept’s recent report on Henry Kissinger’s 100th birthday reveals a shocking assessment of his role in causing civilian deaths, particularly in the context of the secret expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia. The findings challenge the widely held belief that Kissinger’s body count has been underestimated, shedding light on the devastating consequences of his realpolitik strategies.
Kissinger’s involvement in sponsoring genocides in East Timor and Bangladesh, supporting continent-wide terrorism and coups in Latin America through Operation Condor, fueling civil wars in Southern Africa, and orchestrating the carpet-bombing of Cambodia and Laos during the Vietnam War resulted in an estimated death toll of over 3 million civilians. The report exposes deliberate undercounting and highlights his responsibility for brutal ground raids and the secret bombing campaign.
Kissinger’s actions indirectly contributed to the rise of the Khmer Rouge, resulting in the deaths of 2 million Cambodians. Kissinger’s disregard for the long-term consequences of his strategies and his alignment with murderous regimes raises serious moral and ethical concerns. Despite the evidence, he has evaded prosecution, prompting questions about accountability.
This investigation calls for a reassessment of Kissinger’s legacy and a renewed commitment to justice in foreign policy. The findings of this report underscore the importance of scrutinizing historical figures and their legacies to ensure a more just and responsible approach to foreign policy.
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