Jewish Star with Queen Elizabeth at top flanked by Kissinger, Milton Friedman (New Solidarity, Oct. 17, 1978). In the accompanying article LaRouche states that "the variety of 'Judaism' represented by Zionism's inner circles is summarily identified historically by drawing a circle through the points of the pentacle represented by the Star of David: 'black magic' and 'Satanism.'" Source: Courtesy from D King
Kissinger is a British agent and traitor
Henry Kissinger, since the early 1950s, has been a British agent and traitor to the United States. Kissinger subverted the U.S., attempted to destroy its political institutions and government, and worked to undermine the power of the U.S. economy. By Costas Kalimtgis, Expel Britains Kissinger for Treason, New Solidarity, Feb. 14, 1978 and in Campaigner Special Report 13, 1978
Kissinger is a Communist
"Kissinger is a raving " communist " revolutionary . . . of a special sort, the sort which Metternich
and Bismarck employed through drafts on Iprincipally) Rothschild banks.
Kissinger will cause World War III
"With Kissinger and what he represents in power in Washington, thermonuclear world war III is almost guaranteed for the period ahead." (1)
Kissinger is not a human being
"As Henry Kissinger professes to be a Hobbesian, that bestial mental conception about man, Henry Kissinger is not a human being. " (2)
Kissinger is a faggot
"According to a variety of very authoritative sources, Henry A. Kissinger is not a Jew, but a faggot. " (4)
Kissinger is a Soviet Agent of Influence
LaRouche: Kissinger Soviet Agent of Influence http://www.theacademy2004.com/mp3/lyn/19840531-lyn-kissinger-sovietagentofinfluence.mp3
Kissinger should commit suicide:
New Solidarity, ca. March 1983.
Kissinger should be pissed on daily
But despite several decades of hate campaigns anf harrasments against Kissinger, LaRouche was (by chance) in the same room as him and had this to say "graciously": "We should meet and talk, ... you know, we're the same generation." (3):
Many of these were old acquaintances, while some were meeting Lyn face-to-face for the first time. One of these was none other than Dr. Henry Kissinger, an old adversary who has felt the barbs of LaRouche's well-targeted arrows on more that one occasion during Dr. K's less-than- illustrious career. Kissinger had refused on one occasion to even greet LaRouche, commenting, after some thought on the matter, ``No, no. He went too far!'' As Dr. Kissinger was waddling out of a Newsweek party, he was encountered by your intrepid EIR reporter, who greeted him, saying that there was someone he wanted him to meet. Kissinger agreed, albeit somewhat warily. As he stood a few yards from Lyn, the reporter pointed to Lyn and asked if Kissinger knew who he was. Kissinger shook his head, and said, ``No.'' ``Why, that's Lyndon LaRouche, would you like to meet him?'' this reporter asked, not quite knowing what reaction he would get. But Kissinger congenially put out his hand and greeted Lyn. ``We should meet and talk,'' Lyn said graciously, ``you know, we're the same generation.'' Kissinger looked up somewhat surprised. ``Talk? You and me?'' Kissinger asked, with a bit of a chuckle, shaking his head, a bit baffled. As he continued on his way, your intrepid reporter remarked to Kissinger that there were perhaps fewer differences on the issues between the two of them at the present conjuncture than at any time previous time. Kissinger simply grumbled, ``He ought to tone down that magazine,'' and then proceeded on his way.
1. "Open letter to Yuri Andropov: YOU HAVE CHOSEN TO PLUNGE THE WORLD INTO WAR" by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., 26 August, 1983.