Former spokesperson of the African National Congress (ANC) and now President of ARETA, Mr. Carl Niehaus, says there is a special place in hell reserved for Henry Kissinger who died at the age of one hundred.
The Former US Secretary of State and National Security Adviser passed away on Wednesday at his home in Connecticuta, according to a statement released by his consulting firm, Kissinger Associates Inc.
“So the Zionist devil Henry Kissinger finally kicked the bucket yesterday, at age 100. There is a special place in hell reserved for this ruthless Cold War Warrior, who expanded the Vietnam war, backed right wing dictators, caused untold suffering in Angola through his support for Jonas Savimbi and UNITA, supported the Apartheid regime in SA to the hilt, and of course was one of the most full-out supporters and enablers of Apartheid Israel.
“If there was any justice in the world Kissinger should have died in jail, but instead the USA establishment shielded him from any accountability, and recently, on his last birthday, feted him as their hero. I will certainly not shed a tear. Instead I celebrate. Finally one of the worst Satans is gone!” Niehaus wrote on his X social media account.
Niehaus went on to say that he has known Kissinger’s “evil deeds” for decades while highlighting some of his past impact in foreign countries.
“I followed the mayhem he caused in Vietnam and Cambodia, his support for Pinochet’s bloody coup in Chile etc. etc. The blood trial is endless. So my hatred and disgust for him is well founded.”
As the United States’ first Jewish Secretary of State, Kissinger often made an effort to distance himself from his ethnic background.
Born into a middle-class German-Jewish family in Fürth, Bavaria, in 1923, he grew up amid the Nazi rise to power. He was nine years old when Hitler was named chancellor of Germany, and twelve when the Nuremberg Laws were implemented.
Many of Kissinger’s biographers speculate that his adolescence under totalitarianism and state-enforced segregation had a significant impact on his foreign policy worldview.