Henry Kissinger: The Mastermind Behind Millions of Civilian Deaths
Henry Kissinger, a former United States diplomat, has long been a controversial figure due to his actions and policies during his time in power. However, a newly released report on an investigation by The Intercept claims that Kissinger is responsible for the deaths of 3 million civilians. His actions have left a trail of death and destruction behind him, causing outrage and calling for accountability.
Kissinger’s Legacy of Death
During his time as National Security Advisor and Secretary of State under President Richard Nixon, Kissinger was responsible for shaping America’s foreign policy to further the country’s interests. However, his policies often came at the cost of innocent civilian lives.
One of the most well-known examples of Kissinger’s disregard for human life is his role in the bombing of Cambodia during the Vietnam War. According to the report, Kissinger secretly ordered the bombing of Cambodia, resulting in the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent civilians. The bombing destabilized the country and provided a breeding ground for the Khmer Rouge, a brutal communist regime that went on to kill an estimated 1.7 million people.
Kissinger’s actions during the East Pakistan crisis in 1971 also have deadly consequences. Kissinger supported Pakistan’s military crackdown on East Pakistan, which led to a mass famine and the deaths of an estimated 3 million people. The report also suggests that Kissinger may have played a role in Indonesia’s 1975 invasion of East Timor, which resulted in the deaths of an estimated 100,000 people.
Kissinger’s legacy of death has left many wondering why he has never been held accountable for his actions. The report suggests that Kissinger’s influence and connections have allowed him to evade justice, as well as his association with some of the most powerful and influential people in the world.
Moreover, Kissinger’s influence on US foreign policy has come under scrutiny in recent years, as the country continues to engage in wars and military interventions that result in further loss of civilian life. Many have called for the US to reassess its foreign policy and take responsibility for the harm that has been caused by its actions.
As the evidence against Henry Kissinger mounts, it’s hard not to be alarmed at the number of innocent lives lost due to his policies. The report by The Intercept shows that Kissinger’s legacy of death extends beyond just Cambodia and East Pakistan, and his actions have had cascading effects that are still felt today. As we continue to navigate a world where conflict and strife are all too common, it’s essential to hold accountable those who have caused harm in the name of power and influence. Only then can we truly strive for a more just and peaceful world.