HENRY KISSINGER - A US NAZI - operation condor (one example of his murders)

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Athens, Greece

#1 Apr 4, 2008
Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State in the Nixon and Ford administrations, was closely involved diplomatically with the Southern Cone governments at the time and well aware of the Condor plan. According to the French newspaper L'Humanité the first cooperation agreements were signed between the CIA and anti-Castro groups, fascist movements such as the Triple A set up in Argentina by Juan Perón and Isabel Martínez de Perón's "personal secretary" José López Rega, and Rodolfo Almirón (arrested in Spain in 2006).[39]

On May 31, 2001 French judge Roger Le Loire requested that a summons be served on Henry Kissinger while he was staying at the Hôtel Ritz in Paris. Loire wanted to question Kissinger as a witness for alleged U.S. involvement in Operation Condor and for possible US knowledge concerning the "disappearances" of 5 French nationals in Chile during military rule. Kissinger left Paris that evening, and Loire's inquiries were directed to the U.S. State Department.[40]

In July 2001 the Chilean high court granted investigating judge Juan Guzmán the right to question Kissinger about the 1973 killing of American journalist Charles Horman, whose execution at the hands of the Chilean military following the coup was dramatized in the 1982 Costa-Gavras film, Missing. The judge’s questions were relayed to Kissinger via diplomatic routes but were not answered.[41]

In August 2001 Argentine Judge Rodolfo Canicoba sent a letter rogatory to the US State Department, in accordance with the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT), requesting a deposition by Kissinger to aid the judge's investigation of Operation Condor.[42]

On September 10, 2001 a civil suit was filed in a Washington, D.C., federal court by the family of Gen. René Schneider, murdered former Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Army, asserting that Kissinger ordered Schneider's murder because he refused to endorse plans for a military coup. Schneider was killed by coup-plotters loyal to General Roberto Viaux in a botched kidnapping attempt, but U.S. involvement with the plot is disputed, as declassified transcripts show that Nixon and Kissinger had ordered the coup "turned off" a week before the killing, fearing that Viaux had no chance. As part of the suit Schneider’s two sons are attempting to sue Kissinger and then-CIA director Richard Helms for $3 million.[43][44][45]

On September 11, 2001, the 28th anniversary of the Pinochet coup, Chilean human rights lawyers filed a criminal case against Kissinger along with Augusto Pinochet, former Bolivian general and president Hugo Banzer, former Argentine general and dictator Jorge Rafael Videla, and former Paraguayan president Alfredo Stroessner for alleged involvement in Operation Condor. The case was brought on behalf of some fifteen victims of Operation Condor, ten of whom were Chilean.[citation needed]

In late 2001 the Brazilian government canceled an invitation for Kissinger to speak in São Paulo because it could not guarantee his immunity from judicial action.[citation needed]

On February 16, 2007 a request for the extradition of Kissinger was filed at the Supreme Court of Uruguay on behalf of Bernardo Arnone, a political activist who was kidnapped, tortured and disappeared by the dictatorial regime in 1976.[46]


Melbourne, Australia

#2 Apr 4, 2008

"DEAR" MALAKAS, don't put yourselves into a dipper shit - you are already drowning in it!!!

A small advice from your "good-old friend" - MACEDONIAN!!!!!

Athens, Greece

#3 Apr 4, 2008
nobody is black mailing anyone. this is public info. these issues have made it difficult for him to travel outside the usa.
"With the recent declassification of Nixon and Ford administration documents relating to U.S. policy toward South America and East Timor, Kissinger has come under fire from journalists and human rights advocacy groups, both in the U.S. and abroad. Following the release of those documents, officials in France, Brazil, Chile, Spain, and Argentina have sought him for questioning in connection with Operation Condor, hindering his travel abroad.[1]"


#4 Apr 10, 2008
Hey Borec !!
how come u are MACEDONIAN is Bush your Godfather maybe ??
Please go get some history lessons and then name your pitty little country a historic name of anothers country's Great history....if u are mislead by Tito that u are Macedonians that it doen't mean u are !

Sydney, Australia

#5 Apr 10, 2008
The Macedonia name game
What happened
Greece is threatening to block Macedonia from joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization because of a dispute over its name. Greece claims that Macedonia—provisionally recognized by the United Nations as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), but as the Republic of Macedonia by many countries—is improperly using the name to stake a claim on the Macedonia region of Greece.(MSNBC) Macedonia’s parliament suspended a vote to change its official name to “Republic of Macedonia (Skopje),” as recommended by a U.N. mediator, after Greece declined to approve the compromise.(Reuters)

What the commentators said
“What’s in a name, you may ask?” said Greek Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis in The Wall Street Journal. For Greece,“a great deal.” The name Macedonia “has always been used” for a large geographic region, 51 percent of which is in Greece and only 38 percent in Macedonia. "Given this sensitive region’s historical baggage,” one country’s ploy to monopolize the name, and implicitly claim the whole territory, is hardly “conducive to good neighborly relations.” And good neighborly relations are “a fundamental condition” for joining NATO.

How could Macedonia have “designs on Greek territory,” said Misha Glenny in the International Herald Tribune, when it “barely has the resources to get out of bed in the morning”? Everyone but Greece sees NATO membership as “vital” for the struggling country’s basic stability. But the dispute isn’t really about “Macedonia” being “exclusively Hellenic property.” Greek Prime Minister Kosta Karmanlis’s party has “drawn a line in the sand over Macedonia’s name” to help boost its “declining popularity.”

The Balkans certainly produce “the most esoteric crises,” said The New York Times in an editorial (free registration).“Viewed from the outside,” the dispute over a name “seems hardly serious.” But minor quibbles in that region “draw on centuries of carefully nurtured slights and myths,” and they can “quickly flare into conflicts.” Greece needs to take the high road here. Clearly,“tiny Macedonia poses no threat whatsoever,” and “bringing it into the NATO fold” is good for everyone involved, including Greece.
Allen Myers

Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain

#6 Jul 24, 2010
Henry Kissinger is a EUROPEAN !

North Sydney, Australia

#8 Jul 26, 2010
Isnt this the same Henry Kissinger who the greeks were proud to claim told them that Macedonia is greek?

I thought he was a great leader, what is this war criminal bull crap?
Mitch luvs Kissinger

Blacktown, Australia

#9 Jan 10, 2015
See, even some malaka from Plaka realises what a total moron Henry Kissinger is

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