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12/13/2003 Entry: "Kissinger watch"

"The celebration of International Human Rights Day may be a good occasion to ponder whether the Bush administration should distance itself from the most influential U.S. foreign policy-maker of the 20th century: Henry Kissinger.

"I'm not part of the cabal of conspiracy theorists who have blamed the former secretary of state for most of the world's ills -- from the 1973 military coup in Chile to human rights abuses in Indonesia and Bangladesh. I've always read such allegations with some skepticism, because they most often come from human rights activists who denounce crimes by the right, while playing down those of the left.

"But The Herald's Dec. 4 report about an Oct. 7, 1976, conversation between then-Secretary of State Kissinger and Cesar Augusto Guzzetti, then foreign minister in the Argentine military government, raises serious questions about Kissinger's repeated assertions that he is the victim of a smear campaign."
Conspiracy theorists may be right on Kissinger, by Andres Oppenheimer, The Oppenheimer Report, The Miami Herald, December 11, 2003

Real politick sucked then, sucks now, and will always suck. Whatever we have now in the bush delusion doctrine isn't any better or worse.

But it would be nice to see Kissinger in the dock for crimes against humanity. Ah well, dream on, Mayerson, dream on.

 

 

 

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