Last Updated on November 30, 2023
In the final interview of his more than century-long life, original neocon and globalist foreign policy architect Henry Kissinger admitted that opening the borders of the West to third-world populations was a “grave mistake” that has led to chaos and foreign “pressure groups” establishing a presence “inside each country” they’ve migrated to.
Remarkably, after decades of third-world terror attacks and crime sprees ripping through Western Civilization, the Islamic diaspora’s approval of Hamas’s war with Israel led the late Henry Kissinger to his breaking point, as he told a German news chief in his final media interview that opening the borders of the West in concert with Kissinger-approved foreign policy was a “grave mistake.”
Kissinger, a German-born Jew who survived the Holocaust before immigrating to America, attending Harvard, serving as Secretary of State, and becoming an infamous figure credited with death around the globe, has long been seen as a founding member of the post-World War 2 world order. That world order has functioned at the expense of American blood, treasure, and demographic make-up for decades and has now opened the door to the Islamization of Europe.
“Henry, for you, being born in Germany and having survived the Holocaust, how does it feel if now, on Berlin streets, Arabs are celebrating the attack on Israel, publicly, and distributing sweets to other people?” German mass media CEO Mathias Döpfner asked Kissinger.
“I do not have a grievance against the German people,” Kissinger replied. “I find celebrations about what happened which, technically was a sort of criminal act, as painful.”
“It was a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different cultural and religious concepts because it creates a pressure group inside each country that does that,” Kissinger replied.
Watch The Late Henry Kissinger Finally Disavow Open Borders in His Last Interview, Below:
#VIDEO: In the last interview of his more than century-long life, Henry Kissinger finally admitted that opening the West’s borders to the third world was a “grave mistake” – Thanks to him being offended by pro-Palestine demonstrators. pic.twitter.com/vbnlVZLS3n
— Frankie Stockes (@realStockes) November 30, 2023