Birds of a Feather: John McCain Defends Henry Kissinger

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By Brandon Turbeville

It has been said that birds of a feather flock together, and proof of that statement can be seen in the fact that terrorist sympathizer John McCain was recently forced to act as Knight in Shining Armor for famed mass murderer Henry Kissinger as the latter was attempting to give yet another speech to the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Kissinger’s arrival, as well as the beginning of his speech, was interrupted by protesters from Code Pink, who attempted to list off the crimes of Henry Kissinger but were unable to continue their presentation for the requisite number of days it would take to do so due to the fact that Capitol Hill police were called in to remove them.

McCain, always a friend to those who have committed or are doing their best to commit atrocities on a mass scale, erupted in typical angry fashion screaming at protesters, “You know, you’re going to have to shut up, or I’m going to have you arrested.” As the protesters were being removed, McCain also screamed, “Get out of here you low-life scum.”

McCain went on to apologize to Kissinger by stating that “Dr. Kissinger, I hope on behalf of all of the members of this committee on both sides of the aisle — in fact, from all of my colleagues, I’d like to apologize for allowing such disgraceful behavior towards a man who served his country with the greatest distinction. I apologize profusely.”

Many Americans, particularly Vietnam veterans, however, may indeed remember “such disgraceful behavior towards a man who served his country with the greatest distinction” taking place in the Capitol on a number of occasions.

Indeed, the performance of John McCain standing in front of Congress and arguing against any further investigation or revelation of whether or not American POWs were still being held in Vietnam, would certainly count as one such instance.

One other such instance might be his incessant grandstanding in support of al-Qaeda and ISIS, known to the mainstream media as “moderate rebels,” freedom fighters, and the like.

Yet, while McCain’s support of the Vietnam war, Iraq War, Syrian War, Libyan war, and virtually every war that was ever waged and those that ever will be waged upon the face of the earth, has resulted in the death of millions of people, McCain found himself in the presence of one of the true kings of killing in Henry Kissinger.

Indeed, Kissinger is one of the true living figures whose feet most psychopathic killers the world over still long to kneel at.

Kissinger’s direction of the Chilean coup, Vietnam war, Cambodian and Laotian tragedies, and his famous National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests (NSSM200) has earned him a special place amongst the world’s most effective mass murders, although admittedly not the most widely known.

It is thus not surprising that McCain would come to the aid of Kissinger so readily. In fact, it is not surprising that, after all these years and all these crimes against humanity, that Kissinger would be addressing such an important Congressional committee. Nor is it surprising that this committee boasts yet another criminal, terrorist supporter, insidious color revolution operative, and traitor like John McCain.

The only surprising aspect of the whole affair was that the protesters were allowed to stay for as long as they did.

Or was the most surprising aspect that there were protesters to begin with?

Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, and The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria. Turbeville has published over 300 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

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  • way2inform

    Bullet in the head would have been appropriate for both of these old white folks.

    • disqus_3BrONUAJno

      Then what is preventing you from doing just what they need someone to do to invoke martial law?

      • way2inform

        You not holding my hand in the electric chair?

        • disqus_3BrONUAJno

          If he/they didn’t get a fair trial, I’d probably vote on the jury to convict, although you’d spend the rest of your life in prison instead of being executed, because no American government has the consent of the governed to commit murder.

          • doucyet

            “Because no American government has the consent of the governed to commit murder”.

            Are you stupid or what? Forty states have the death penalty.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            You might have never read or comprehended the Declaration of Independence, which states that “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” I don’t know about you, but I never gave any one my consent to murder people in my name.

          • doucyet

            Stupid answer when the majority of the states have a death penalty. You are clearly the minority. Try again……….

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            At least I’m not part of the legal illiterati, like you.

          • doucyet

            Quite literate thanks! Only an imbecile such as yourself would believe that incarcerating murdering thugs for life is proper form!

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Where did I say any such thing, aside from inside your delusional brain? Apparently you didn’t understand the reason why “legal” is in front of “illiterati.” You clearly are legally clueless. Are you a member of the troll union?

          • doucyet

            If “the people” say it’s legal dumb dumb, then guess what………it’s legal! That’s the way it works here.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Maybe in a dictatorship or a democracy, but not in a constitutional republic.

          • doucyet

            Soooo here in the US there is no death penalty? What’s wrong with you……..no really?

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            I never said there were no death penalties in the US, just that they were obvious violations of the federal Constitution, and consequently, any truly compliant state constitutions. I personally think that the judge, prosecutor, and entire jury should be executed when they execute an innocent person. If that were the case, there’d be much fewer executions.

          • doucyet

            Ignorant and stupid! Thanks for the conformation……..

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            The only thing I confirmed is that you are too ignorant to have an intelligent conversation, which makes you look like a troll. Which local are you a member of?

          • doucyet

            No conversation with you is worth my time after your very stupid comment about executing jurors. Goodbye dumb ass…………..

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Conspiring to commit murder is a crime.

          • doucyet

            Hello again……………

            You should know pretend attorney.

  • doucyet

    When he hollered “get out of here you low life scum”, I’m surprised Henry didn’t get up and leave!

    • disqus_3BrONUAJno

      Then you don’t really understand any of it, do you?

      • doucyet

        “Any of it”. Care to have a discussion or are you the hit and run type?

        • disqus_3BrONUAJno

          I already did, and you have yet to repudiate my position.

          • doucyet

            What is your position, I’d be glad to refute it? You must be a woman your expecting me to read your mind.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Henry Kissinger and most of the rest of the people in the room are scummier than the people they had ejected from the room for exercising their freedoms of speech and assembling to petition their government, but I wouldn’t expect someone who thinks that states have the lawful power to murder people because they passed a law to understand the legal nexuses.

          • doucyet

            OH please, stop thinking you’re an attorney. I called Kissinger scum and you attacked me for doing so (or perhaps my sarcasm went right over your head).

            As far as “murder” goes, the state is mandated to follow the peoples wishes (or vote). If the people vote in the death penalty then it is up to the state to carry out such penalties, lawfully. Right mr/mrs attorney?

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            How do you know I’m not an attorney, and WTF does that have to do with your complete ignorance of legal norms in the United States?

          • doucyet

            Your not an attorney because of your ignorance of the law and legal norms of the US.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Your grammar and vocabulary demonstrate your incompetence to make such judgements. Your instead of you’re, for instance.

          • doucyet

            Thanks for the lesson there teach…………..you’re a waist of time.

          • disqus_3BrONUAJno

            You are a waist (sic) of time and effort.

          • doucyet

            Couldn’t resist could you baby boy.

  • disqus_3BrONUAJno

    If they hadn’t said a word but just stood there holding their signs, would there have been an issue? It is unlikely that the meeting would have been reported at all.