New Evidence Implicating Globalist Kissinger in War Crimes

By Kurt Nimmo – Prison Planet –

Henry Kissinger, as Secretary of State, routinely facilitated mass murder. And yet, as a prized high level globalist and Rockefeller confidant, this criminal has remains untouched.

Additional evidence has surfaced revealing Kissinger’s role in Argentina’s so-called “Dirty War” against labor organizers, students, journalists, nuns, pacifists and other assorted dangerous terrorists. The United States enthusiastically supported the regime in Buenos Aires while least 9,000 people were disappeared, tortured and murdered.

“Washington’s military and economic aid to Buenos Aires prior to the dirty war was substantial, military aid alone amounting to $810 million between 1960 and 1975,” writes Frederick H. Gareau in his State Terrorism and the United States: From Counterinsurgency to the War on Terrorism. “Moreover, it trained 4,017 Argentine military personnel during several administrations in the period 1950 to 1979; many of the personnel were trained in counterinsurgency warfare. The evidence indicates that the training given was intended for such an eventuality as the dirty war and that Washington is guilty of being an accessory before the fact.”
It has been known since at least the 1980s that Kissinger was intimately involved in what happened in Argentina. “Just three months after Argentina’s generals took power in 1976, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger gave that country’s military a green light to continue its ‘dirty war,’ according to a State Department memorandum,” Martin Edwin Anderson wrote in 1987.
“This document shows that in early 1977 Robert Hill, then the U.S. Ambassador to Buenos Aires, told a top Carter Administration official that Kissinger had given his approval to the repression in which at least 9,000 people were kidnapped and secretly murdered. Kissinger, he charged, put his imprimatur on the massive disappearances in a June 10, 1976, meeting in Santiago, Chile, with Argentina’s Foreign Minister,” Anderson writes.

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