Thursday, 23 December 2010

"And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern"

The words of Henry Kissinger in 1973 as reported by Dry Bones from an article by Arutz Sheva. Here is some more:
'"White House adviser and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger once told President Richard Nixon, "And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern. Maybe a humanitarian concern,” according to newly-released tapes from the Nixon library.

The shocking statement from Kissinger, a Jew, was followed up by an agreement from Nixon, who said, "I know. We can't blow up the world because of it."

Kissinger also advised Nixon when he was president during the campaign to free the Jews from the Soviet Union, “The emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union is not an objective of American foreign policy."'
I wish that those people who say that Henry Kissinger was a pro-Israel voice in the White House would recognise the truth.

In the same newly released documents Kissinger also refers to the Golan Heights as "Syrian territory" and the Syrians as "my friends." He also confides to an Algerian diplomat that "a (new Arab-Israeli) war wouldn’t be so bad for us. … We could show (Israel) we are tough." Us? Not a great friend of Israel was he?

As Moshe Dyan said of Kissinger in a 1974 speech:
"It is painful to think that someone who fled Nazi persecution as a young boy in 1938 should do so much damage to the Jewish State. Yet, a closer look shows that Kissinger has, at best, a tenuous connection with his Judaism. Rabbi Norman Lamm, former chancellor of Yeshiva University, spotted this early. In his article “Kissinger and the Jews” (Dec. 20, 1975), a devastating critique, he writes, “Dr. Kissinger is an illustration of how high an assimilated Jew can rise in the United States, and how low he can fall in the esteem of his fellow Jews.”"

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