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Henry Kissinger: Passing of a Global Elite Architect – 3 Dec 2023 | Jay Dyer
Jay Dyer analyses the life and influence of Henry Kissinger, one of the key architects of Rockefeller power and the creation of the global order as we now know it.
In the last few years we have seen the exiting of numerous old guard global elite and with Kissinger we see the end of an epoch.
Henry Kissinger's legacy is marred by accusations of war crimes and controversial geopolitical interventions. Although he has never been found guilty or even tried for war crimes, his links to policies that led to many thousands of civilian deaths are an indelible part of his legacy. Kissinger is often associated with policy in Asia, having led the opening of relations with Communist China during the Nixon administration and working to end America's involvement in the Vietnam War. However, he is accused of orchestrating the overthrow of democratically elected governments in Chile and Argentina and of committing crimes against humanity in Cambodia and Laos. Judges from Argentina, Chile, France, and Spain have sought Kissinger's testimony regarding crimes committed by U.S. client regimes in South America in the 1970s. Kissinger's alleged crimes were committed well before the heyday of international justice began in 1998 with the creation of the ICC and the London arrest of Augusto Pinochet, Cambodia, Bangladesh, and East Timor in fact created war crimes tribunals which could have covered his acts.
Global 2000 – The Kissinger Report
The “Global 2000” Kissinger report, also known as National Security Study Memorandum 200 (NSSM 200), was a national security directive completed on December 10, 1974, by the United States National Security Council under the direction of Henry Kissinger. The report was later reworked and adopted as official United States policy through NSDM 314 by President Gerald Ford on November 26, 1975. The memorandum and subsequent policies developed from the report were observed as a way the United States could use human population control to limit the political power of undeveloped nations, ensure the easy extraction of foreign natural resources, prevent young anti-establishment individuals from being born, and protect American businesses abroad from interference.
The NSSM 200 report had four main observations:
- Population growth of foreign nations provides more geopolitical power and possible opposition to US interests.
- The United States relies on countries being underdeveloped in order to easily obtain natural resources.
- High birth rates result with more younger individuals who oppose established governments.
- American businesses are vulnerable to interference by foreign governments that are required to provide for growing populations.
The report forecasted the world population to grow from 4 billion people in 1974 to 6.4 billion in 2000 to 12 billion in 2075. Although the report's predictions were quite accurate, its implications for US security and overseas interests have been a subject of debate and controversy due to the controversial policies that emerged from it.