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Kissinger's Perfidy

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Submitted by Laney Bormel (United States), Dec 17, 2010 12:15

Kissinger's tolerance for Nixon's ani-Semitic administration was disturbing to learn, but not all together surprising. His stance was that of a 1930s mind: acceptance of anti-Semitism and the blatant expression of such as a way of keping one's "place" in the scheme of things. Though Kissinger may not have felt it was of no matter to throw Jews under the bus as an option to achieve a higher world purpose , his lack of moral backbone in the presence of those who felt Jews were impediments to world order says more about the man than any other achievements for which his contemporaries honored him.


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