All those migrants the globalists let into Europe are protesting FOR PALESTINE, prompting Henry Kissinger to declare: “Too many foreigners!”
In an ironic and somewhat hilarious turn of events, globalist Henry Kissinger, who was all about flooding Europe with Middle Eastern “migrants” prior to this latest Hamas attack, is suddenly having a change of heart now that all those migrants are demonstrating publicly in support of Palestine rather than Israel.
In a statement, Kissinger said that Europe, including Germany, made a “grave mistake” by letting all these people in because they do not support his apparent pro-Israel agenda.
Only now is Kissinger admitting that it was not exactly a good idea to allow groups of people “of totally different culture and religion” into Europe – not because they ruined various European cultures, mind you, but because Kissinger is irritated that they do not support his own personal pro-Israel leanings.
Now, all of a sudden, Kissinger is walking back his previous stance that European countries should open up the floodgates to all these refugees – but only because he is personally upset by them being in his presence and perhaps hitting a little too close to home with their sheer numbers and vengeance against Israel.
“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,” Kissinger complained to Politico.
(Related: Did you know that back in 2007, George Soros, who is also Jewish, called for the United States and Israel to “open the door” to Hamas?)
Kissinger says Europe should give “unconditional political support for Israeli action”
Now that the Hamas terrorist attack has happened, Kissinger has adopted a new support-Israel-at-all-costs doctrine that is no longer possible now that Europe has been invaded by people who do not support Israel, but who were brought into Europe in the first place by pro-Israel globalists, ironically enough.
In Kissinger’s view, all of Europe should give “unconditional political support for Israeli action,” adding that European states somehow have a vested interest in making sure that no new precedent is set for Hamas, which was created by Israel and the U.S. back in the 1970s,, to take hostages at will.
“Israel must vindicate its sovereignty in that area, and that it cannot permit Gaza to return to a state where it could emerge, take thousands or a large number hostage, kill thousands, and then live in that condition side-by-side with Israel,” Kissinger declared.
“I would say every European nation has the same interest because the same attitude might erupt in the direction of Europe.”
Reading between the lines, it almost sounds like Kissinger is threatening Europe that if it refuses to play ball, then perhaps – hint, hint – Hamas will perform acts of terrorism there as well.
Recall that back in 2015, Kissinger, a refugee from Nazi Germany who moved to the U.S. in the 1930s, co-signed a letter to Congress demanding that America’s borders be left wide open to Syrian and Iraqi migrants in the wake of the deadly Paris attacks of that time.
Kissinger’s letter stated that to lock America’s borders would “be contrary to our nation’s traditions of openness and inclusivity, and would undermine our core objective of combating terrorism.”
Kissinger’s bizarre but understanding change of heart now that his own personal interests are on the line comes after police in Berlin made multiple arrests this week of protesters who were heard chanting: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
By the way, the World Economic Forum (WEF), run by founder Klaus Schwab, who is also Jewish, lists Kissinger as an “important mentor.”
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