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Title:
Protest Oldest US War Criminal Kissinger Speaks Yet Again
When:
01.17.2018 - 01.17.2018 19.30
Where:
92nd Street Y - New York
Category:
Speaking Engagements

Description

Kissinger in have a public conversation with Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein where Kissinger will share his perspective on national and international situations including the Middle East, the Islamic State, North Korea, Russia and China. They will also discuss matters of faith and Judaism, as well as the recent political and social changes in our own nation.  For more details and for tickets visit this page from the 92nd Street Y.

Kissinger developed the plans for millions of war deaths, millions of refugees, millions maimed. He was responsible for the crimes against humanity in VietNam, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Chile and many other countries, including Iraq.

For a good sense of Kissinger, read his conversation with Richard Nixon on April 25th 1972, as quoted on Jane Fonda's blog:

Be sure to take The Kissinger Quiz here.  See how you score.  Then download it and give it to a friend.

 

 

For a fact sheet with vintage Kissinger quotes and more, please click here.

For further information, click here to read about Kissinger's history.

 

Nixon: “We’ve got to be thinking in terms of an all-out bombing attack [of North Vietnam}…Now, by all-out bombing attack, I am thinking about things that go far beyond…I'm thinking of the dikes, I'm thinking of the railroad, I'm thinking, of course, of the docks."

Kissinger: "I agree with you."

President Nixon: "And I still think we ought to take the dikes out now. Will that drown people?"

Kissinger: "About two hundred thousand people."

President Nixon: "No, no, no…I'd rather use the nuclear bomb. Have you got that, Henry?

Kissinger: "That, I think, would just be too much."

President Nixon: "The nuclear bomb, does that bother you?…I just want to think big, Henry, for Christsakes."

Venue

Venue:
92nd Street Y
Street:
1395 Lexington Avenue
ZIP:
10128
City:
New York
State:
NY
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