Remembering Kissinger: The Godfather Of The Globalist Deep State Establishment

Henry Kissinger died yesterday at 100 years old. Kissinger was the most influential diplomat in modern American history, albeit an extremely polarizing figure…



he New York Times eulogizes Kissinger as the “most powerful secretary of state of the postwar era,” adding that he was “both celebrated and reviled.” Rolling Stone leans toward the latter, as revealed in its headline “Henry Kissinger, War Criminal Beloved by America’s Ruling Class, Finally Dies.”

But Henry Kissinger was a much larger political figure than can be captured by today’s “hot take” impulses. He loomed as a serious figure even to those of his time who hated his realpolitik approach to the world: and he still looms large in ways that neither his friends nor his enemies might have ever imagined.

Kissinger is a central character in 20th Century history who shaped the modern world, particularly by helping to shackle the American economy to the Chinese.

There are also many lesser known details about Kissinger—including his success in making population control official U.S. domestic policy and his mentorship of a young Klaus Schwab before the latter’s establishment of the World Economic Forum (WEF) as the home of the global elite. Many global Elites might prefer these stories about Kissinger be buried along with him.

Born in Germany in 1923, Kissinger immigrated to America in 1938 and became a naturalized citizen in 1943. He attended Harvard; receiving his bachelor’s, master’s and a PhD in political science from the elite university and immediately joined the Harvard Government Department faculty after receiving his doctorate. It was at Harvard that he met fellow future globalist ringmaster Klaus Schwab.

However, before Kissinger turned Schwab into the Davos Man he is today, Kissinger became an agent of the Rockefeller dynasty. From 1954 until 1958, Kissinger was the Rockefeller Brothers Fund Director of Special Studies. The resultant 600-page globalist manifesto called Prospect for America was read around the world, and scholars agree that the Prospect for America was the every definition of postwar “liberal consensus.”

As journalist and historian Godfrey Hodgson observed, the Rockefeller-Kissinger collaboration became “a handbook of the shared assumptions of the American governmental and business elite.” Indeed, the Kissinger handbook stated that “the indispensable world order…is basic to the American consensus” and that the United Nations “is proof of our conviction that problems which are of world-wide impact must be dealt with through institutions global in their scope.”

Kissinger returned to Harvard to run the Defense Studies Program between 1958 and 1971. It was during this time that he shaped Klaus Schwab’s future. He mentored Schwab at Harvard in 1966 -1967, just a few years before Schwab would found the European Management Symposium in 1971, the early predecessor of the World Economic Forum (WEF). Apparently, Schwab followed Kissinger’s directive to form an institution in global scope specifically to deal with crises of “world-wide impact.” The two became lifelong friends; Kissinger was frequently a keynote speaker in Davos at WEF gatherings.

On the surface, it may appear to be an odd pairing: a Jewish holocaust refugee like Kissinger and Schwab, the son of a German engineer whose industrial company supported and supplied Adolf Hitler’s war effort.

However, Kissinger was actually born only three hours away from the German branch of Escher Wyss AG—a Swiss industrial conglomerate which supplied the Nazi’s with weapons such as flamethrowers and was managed by Klaus Schwab’s father, Eugen Schwab. During the Nazi era, the elder Schwab’s German factory used Allied “prisoners of war and forced laborers.”

The two were in fact a perfect match. Born in 1934 in Ravensburg (the first German city to forcibly sterilize “undesirable” citizens), Schwab was not yet born when Hitler came to power and still a child when World War II broke out:

Klaus was too young to participate in Hitler’s regime. But growing up in wartime Germany left a lasting impression on the boy. Unable to associate his national identity with the Nazis amidst the chaos of their failed regime, he craved nothing more than identity and order. Ultimately, Klaus found his identity—not as a citizen of Germany—but as a citizen of the world.

The same is true of other ancient globalists like nonagenarian George Soros who famously told 60 Minutes’ Steve Kroft that witnessing the confiscation of the property of fellow jews during the Nazi Holocaust was “not at all” difficult because it was going to happen “whether I was there or not.” The self-described “citizen of the world” Soros offered a familiar tragedy-of-the-commons rationalization. “In a funny way, it’s just like in markets,” he told Kroft, explaining that someone would have confiscated the property regardless of what he did.

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The Rockefellers were notorious for funding a variety of depopulation efforts including birth control and abortifacients, eugenics and even the development of an “anti-fertility vaccine.” In one 1969 proposal from Planned Parenthood’s Frederick Jaffe to Rockefeller’s Population Council President Bernard Berelson, Jaffe lists “compulsory” sterilizations and abortions, efforts to “encourage increased homosexuality,” and even putting “fertility control agents in the water supply” as potential ways to curb population growth.

Five years later, a 1974 National Security Study Memorandum for the “Kissinger Report” articulated a “U.S. Global Population Strategy,” turning Rockefeller’s control ambitions into official U.S. government policy. The Kissinger Report sought to actively “Create Conditions for Fertility Decline,” to “Improve Fertility Control Technology,” and to wage an anti-family propaganda war on the masses via the “Utilization of Mass Media and Satellite Communications System for Family Planning.”

Kissinger’s Prospect handbook for the elite corporate class revealed at least one ulterior reason why the global Elite seem determined to control population growth: less population equals fewer potential enemies. “Fortunately… [Japan’s] population increase brought under control,” the report says of the recent Axis enemy. The report also spills considerable ink on the threat of growing (communist) populations.

The Globalists would prefer that history forget that Western organizations like their Club of Rome were responsible for convincing China to adopt a brutal “one-child” depopulation program. And Rockefellers’ biographers wrote that in the first half of the twentieth century, “Communist countries were opposed to any programs of action in the population field” — sound pro-growth logic. It took a number of years before Rockefeller efforts made “enough of an impact to stir Malthusian fears of a ‘population explosion’ in the public mind.”

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Kissinger’s Prospect for America was used by President John F. Kennedy and his successors to craft both foreign and domestic policies, including the opening of America’s borders to cheap foreign labor.

Kissinger has since admitted that opening Western borders to more diverse cultures may have been an error. “It was a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different culture and religion and concepts because it creates a pressure group inside each country that does that,” he said in one of his final public statements regarding the pro-Hamas protests in Germany last month.

The Prospect for America manifesto was rightly anti-Communist, but its proposed “indispensable” solution to the Chinese communist problem—“sustained economic and technical co-operation and unimpeded exchange of goods and services”—has played out over the decades with disastrous consequences for middle class citizens everywhere.

Nelson Rockefeller introduced Kissinger to Nixon and thereby brought him into the limelight—from a behind-the-scenes influencer to a star diplomat on center stage. Since then, Kissinger and the Rockefellers and many other Elites have become extremely wealthy from their CCP relationships. And they took pride in their integral role in building up China. Klaus Schwab boasts of the WEF’s efforts to develop China’s economic system as a hybrid of communism and capitalism.

Today, Chinese state-run media cites Kissinger’s 2022 WEF address in Davos as proof that the U.S. government does not actually support Taiwan’s right to exist, but rather officially upholds “the principle of the one China policy.”

And while, like Soros, Kissinger became an American citizen, both their loyalties remained for something much loftier. Kissinger, Schwab and Soros were born to build a New World Order. Woodrow Wilson spoke of a “new international order” as early as 1919, but the term was popularized by British author H.G. Wells in his 1940 book titled “The New World Order,” lending the term a definition that still applies. “It is the practical realization of the brotherhood of man,” Wells wrote, “through a common control.”

Bringing rigid order to a chaotic world was an ambitious goal—one that both the political right and left endeavored to effectuate. Kissinger spoke of the virtues of a new world order in which no single nation, including the U.S., would be a dominant player. Rather, a balance of power between the U.S., China, and other powerful nations was “a necessity.” More recently, in 2009, Soros said we, “I think you need a new world order, that China has to be part of the process of creating it and they have to buy in.”

And just last month, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink praised Kissinger as an “amazing man, especially at 101.” His firm has been carrying on Kissinger’s globalist pro-China legacy despite some setbacks. A BlackRock “2023 Outlook” assures that a new world order is finally here with a “new regime” of greater “volatility” and “persistently higher inflation.”

In other words, the future that Kissinger and the global elite have built has finally arrived and looks decidedly grim.✪


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