Last Updated on November 30, 2023
Henry Kissinger died this week at the age of 100, prompting widespread criticism for his decades of New World Order subversion. Kissinger joined the globalist Council on Foreign Relations in 1956. In his decades of warmongering, Kissinger spoke at the secretive Bohemian Grove gathering, referred to military servicemen as “dumb, stupid animals,” undermined President Richard Nixon’s desire to suspend military shipments to Israel, and maintained a close friendship with Communist China.
Henry Kissinger, then Nixon’s National Security Adviser before Kissinger became Secretary of State, showed up on the list of speakers at the 1970 Bohemian Grove ceremony in California (with astronaut Neil Armstrong and others), according to a Bohemian Club document printed on page 18 of G. William Domhoff’s 1974 book The Bohemian Grove And Other Retreats, which is now preserved on the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) online library. Kissinger was a member of the Bohemian Club, which oversees the owl-worshipping treachery at Bohemian Grove. Kissinger was present at Bohemian Grove with Nixon’s successor Gerald Ford in 1977, shortly after Ford was voted out of office.
Here is a photograph of Henry Kissinger at Bohemian Grove in the same camp (reportedly “Camp Mandalay”) with Gerald Ford in 1977.
Shawna Ferris McNulty, a cast member of the San Francisco theatrical revue “Beach Blanket Babylon,” wore a hat honoring Henry Kissinger at a 2018 party at ex-Secretary of State George Schultz’s house, and the hat featured what appear to be tarot-style esoteric playing cards on either side of Kissinger’s face. The San Francisco Chronicle noted that Kissinger “visits most summers for the annual encampment at the Bohemian Grove…”
Henry Kissinger reportedly said in 1973 that military men are “dumb, stupid animals to be used,” according to Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s 1976 book The Final Days.
Kissinger’s quote, which he popped off in the presence of Nixon’s White House chief of staff Alexander Haig, speaks to the elitist globalist mentality that Kissinger and his cronies brought to U.S. foreign policy in the wartorn modern era. The Intercept writer Jon Schwarz pointed to the disturbing passage in the Woodward and Bernstein book:
Kissinger also undermined Nixon’s foreign policy, with Kissinger acting on behalf of the interests of the nation-state of Israel. In an article for The Intercept, Jon Schwarz wrote: “After the war, Kissinger returned to his strategy of obstructing any peaceful settlement. In another of his memoirs, he recorded that in 1974, just before Nixon resigned, Nixon told him to “cut off all military deliveries to Israel until it agreed to a comprehensive peace.” Kissinger quietly stalled for time, Nixon left office, and it didn’t come up with Ford as president.” (The Intercept passage ends)
Of course, Kissinger kept his Secretary of State position during the Gerald Ford administration, after Nixon’s resignation over Watergate. Even though Ford lost to Jimmy Carter in the 1976 presidential election, Kissinger continued to act as a powerful gadfly in Washington, D.C. politics. From serving on the board of fraudster Elizabeth Holmes’ defunct medical company Theranos to popping up in the news for globalist-studded birthday bashes, Kissinger continued to irritate decent Americans long after his stint in the Nixon and Ford administrations.
Of course, Kissinger, who brokered relations with China during the Nixon years, was extremely tight with China as the Chinese Communists gained power over the years and America lost power. China’s Foreign Ministry described Kissinger, upon his passing, as “an old and dear friend of the Chinese people.”
If only the American people could say the same.