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  1. Randy Paul Says:

    Can’t we just arrest this guy?

    As much as I wish we could, from a legal standpoint, absent direct orders from Kissinger, or other evidence such as materials used by those who committed the murders/torture/disappearances being supplied by the USDOS, I would imagine it would be a difficult case to prove.

    it’s made even more difficult now that the Francoists are trying to silence Judge Garzon in Spain.

  2. Sergio Says:

    Because he went to Harvard.

  3. Bronwyn Says:

    I agree. Kissinger is a war criminal, plain and simple.

    But ugh, I just know when he dies, he’s going to get a major whitewashing and people will be calling him like “one of the most influential diplomats in US history” or something and just generally singing his praises. I mean, if someone like Pinochet can leave behind a “complicated” legacy (though what’s so complicated about torture, disappearance and murder?), then certainly Kissinger can too, sadly.

  4. reg Says:

    In his more current iteration, Kissinger was “the most frequent visitor” to the WBush White House as an “unofficial” consultant. The guy has left a trail of slime that is unparalleled in US foreign policy history. The only relatively sensible things the guy ever did, like opening the diplomatic door to China, are tarnished not just by the broader implications of his career but by the fact that if a liberal Secretary of State had tried to implement the same strategy, Kissinger’s mentors – and probably Kissinger himself – would have been smearing him/her as “soft on communism.” A truly horrible human being.

  5. pablo Says:

    The nail that is raised tends to get the hammer.
    Mr Kissenger has carried out his mandate in a similar fashion to his predessors going back at least to the Spanish American War.
    Bronwyn’s comments echo my own in that the phrase “one of the most influential…” means that HK zealously carried water for the empire.

    For that HK will get a state funeral instead of a pair of handcuffs.

  6. b4 Says:

    Once again Pablo nails it with insight.

  7. reg Says:

    Pablo – when I said “unparalleled” I don’t think there’s anyone whose influence has carried over so long a period as Kissinger’s or who has courted celebrity and pursued their own elevation as a “diplomatic genius” so assiduously. Maybe I’m overlooking someone, but I can’t think of any comparable figure. A lot of others have promoted the same ends, but there’s an element of personal hubris that is rather stunning in the case of Kissinger. Also, he’s still alive…

  8. pablo Says:

    reg Says:

    April 12th, 2010 at 1:19 pm
    Pablo – when I said “unparalleled” I don’t think there’s anyone whose influence has carried over so long a period as Kissinger’s or who has courted celebrity and pursued their own elevation as a “diplomatic genius” so assiduously

    pablo Says:

    April 11th, 2010 at 9:14 pm
    The nail that is raised tends to get the hammer

  9. reg Says:

    pablo Says:
    April 11th, 2010 at 9:14 pm
    The nail that is raised tends to get the hammer

    reg Says:
    April 12th, 2010 at 1:19 pm
    …Also, he’s still alive…

  10. Woody Says:

    If you want to arrest someone for coddling dictators, Jimmy Carter is easy to find.

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