US Politics: Henry Kissinger interview on President Trump + video

Henry Kissinger interview on President Trump

Henry Kissenger

Recently, Henry Kissinger did an interview and said very amazing things regarding President Trump.

He starts with: “Donald Trump is a phenomenon that foreign countries haven’t seen before”!
The former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger gives us a new understanding of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy and predicts its success: “Liberals and all those who favor (Hillary) Clinton will never admit it. They will never admit that he is the one true leader. The man is doing changes like never before and does all of it for the sake of this nation’s people. After eight years of tyranny, we finally see a difference.”   

Kissinger knows it and he continues with: “Every country now has to consider two things: One, their perception that the previous president, or the outgoing president, basically withdrew America from international politics, so that they had to make their own assessments of their necessities. And secondly, that there is a new president who’s asking a lot of unfamiliar questions. And because of the combination of the partial vacuum and the new questions, one could imagine that something remarkable and new emerges out of it.”
Then Kissinger puts it bluntly: “Trump puts America and its people first. This is why people love him and this is why he will remain in charge for so long. There is not a single thing wrong with him and people need to open their eyes.” When he boasts that he has a “bigger red button” than Kim Jung Un does, he so transcends the mealy-mouthed rhetoric of the past, thereby forcing a new recognition of American power.
Kissinger once wrote: “The weak grow strong by effrontery – The strong grow weak through inhibition!” No sentence better captures the U.S.-North Korea relationship.
Trump is discarding the inhibitions and calling the bluff on North Korea’s effrontery: His point is that the contrast of American retreat under Obama and its new assertion of power under Trump creates a new dynamic that every one of our allies and of our enemies must consider. Our allies grew complaisant with Obama’s passivity and now are fearful due to Trump’s activism. And they must balance the two in developing their policies: They realize that the old assumptions, catalyzed by Bush 43’s preoccupation with Iraq and Obama’s refusal to lead are obsolete. So, Trump is forcing a new calculus with a new power behind American interests. Those — here and abroad — who rode the old apple cart worry about its being toppled.
But, as Kissinger so boldly stated: “Trump is the one true leader in world affairs and he is forcing policy changes that put America first! ”
This is the most accurate statement of what the American Citizens who live outside of the swamp want and expect from their government.
I like the list of 13 things that I, as a senior American citizen, want. Trump is at least talking about issues that most Americans are concerned about. My mantra about Trump is this: Truthfully, We are in agreement with most of what he says. We are getting older and our tickers aren’t what they used to be, but what matters is that he covers most of the 13 things we as seniors want, at least I do for sure….
1. Hillary: held accountable for her previous wrongs!
2. Put “GOD” back in America!
3. Borders: Closed or tightly guarded!
4. Congress: On the same retirement & healthcare plans as everybody else.
5. Congress: Obey its own laws NOW!
6. Language: English only!
7. Culture: Constitution and the Bill of Rights!
8. Drug-Free: Mandatory Drug Screening before & during Welfare!
9. Freebies: NONE to Non-Citizens!
10. Budget: Balance the damn thing!
11. Foreign Countries: Stop giving them our money! Charge them for our help! We need it here.
12. Term limits for congress \ And most of all.
13. “RESPECT OUR MILITARY AND OUR FLAG!” And our police

President Trump Meets with Dr. Henry Kissinger

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  • Clyde Duncan  On September 8, 2018 at 8:04 am

  • walter  On September 8, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    Lazy ass liberals with their cash well stored, want you to share what you earned, or given all away to others. All the foolish people voted Liberal, OK me too, for so many years never noticed the “representatives” doing well, every one else slipping away. Families have children studied for many years, today, have no chance, against half priced bright Asians, NO?? peep under the carpet of silicon valley, then call me. Every country doing well, should share, like Guyana is about to do, but not OPEN BORDERS so that every one can walk in. Anyone denying that the US was close to shit hole status is sleeping.

    • Emanuel  On September 8, 2018 at 1:29 pm

      Open borders? America was built by people fleeing other countries for centuries. Those people ran away from tyranny, poverty, disease and war. Those who are able and smart will almost always succeed in America. Don’t forget that. Your comment is shallow if I may say so. The Mexicans coming across are poor and uneducated. How are they a threat to America? Didn’t the southwest US once belonged to Mexico? So what’s wrong with Mexicans wanting to live in their ancestral land? You are losing it Walter. As for the Asians, let the best qualified people fill the vacancies.

      • walter  On September 9, 2018 at 8:14 pm

        best thing about reading your comments, is, knowing that you will never, never be a leader of any country. sleep well folks.

      • Emanuel  On September 9, 2018 at 9:55 pm

        No such aspirations Walter. Age well!

  • Clyde Duncan  On September 9, 2018 at 12:58 am

    The Only Solid Bet is on Trump’s Panic (but the op-ed was probably Jared)

    David Von Drehle | The Washington Post

    Bookies set the odds at 12-to-1 that Jared Kushner wrote the “Resistance Inside” bombshell, and if I were a gambling man, I might take a piece of that action.

    After all, rarely a month has passed during the reign of The Donald without a story leaking about his son-in-law and daughter laboring to curb the excesses of President Daddy.

    Key themes of the unnamed “senior official” in the New York Times — that President Trump is bonkers, and thank heavens for the good guys inside the administration — fit neatly into the same narrative.

    The Jared Theory also answers a question so many have asked since the op-ed was published on Wednesday: Why doesn’t this self-styled patriot resign?

    There’s no leaving for Jared Kushner.

    As the saying goes: You marry The One, you marry the family. The only clean break from his dilemma is to wake up from a nightmare in June 2015.

    In that case, he could trip a circuit breaker at Trump Tower and disable the golden escalator on which Trump commenced his historic descent.

    And that theory addresses the venerable standard: Cui bono? Who stands to benefit when Anonymous is eventually unmasked, as surely the author will be in the city that keeps no secrets?

    A dramatic “Aha!” could serve as the perfect cliff-hanger from which to launch a new season of the Trump family reality show. In this one, Jared and Ivanka return to New York and resume their climb to the top of Manhattan society.

    Having been so close two short years ago, now they’d have a hard time getting invited to the opening of a vape shop in Hell’s Kitchen.

    But errant sheep returning, shall we say, sheepishly to the fold is one of the great plotlines of literature and Page Six. If a bookie will give me 15-to-1 odds, I might lay a bet Chelsea Clinton hosts their inevitable book party.

    No one, not even the Impresario of the Oval Office himself, could reasonably blame Mr. and Mrs. Kushner if they’ve begun planning their exit strategy.

    So many administration figures are eyeing the doors that, as one of them puts it, the days after the midterm elections will be a great time to sublet a house in D.C.

    Life is getting mighty uncomfortable as the president discovers — contradicting his core belief of the past 40 years — that there is such a thing as bad publicity, after all.

    Publicity is bad when it attracts the dogged scrutiny of a special counsel along the lines of Robert S. Mueller III. The man isn’t perfect. But he is deeply experienced and impervious to distractions. Trump has loosed a rabid and foaming Rudolph W. Giuliani on Mueller, to no more effect than a Pekingese yipping at a Greyhound bus.

    With his patrician wealth, his Bronze Star and his sterling résumé, Mueller neither wants nor fears anything Trump can bring.

    On the other hand, Mueller has obtained certain things that, I’d wager, lie at or near the root of Trump’s mania. No, not the sordid details of a porn-star payoff.

    Trump has been known to spill dirt on himself to the tabloids just to stroke his own ego. He could be the emoji for shamelessness.

    I’m talking about Trump’s bank records, turned over last year by Deutsche Bank, which also coughed up $630 million in fines in 2017 to settle charges of participating in a $10 billion Russian money-laundering scheme. And I’m talking about the immunized testimony of Trump’s long-time chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg.

    If anyone knows the details of money (Russian or otherwise, licit or not) moving through Trump’s privately held businesses, it’s this guy. And I’m talking about Trump’s personal and corporate tax returns, the ones he has been so determined to keep private, which Mueller almost certainly possesses.

    This is the forest, I’ll bet, from which the president’s increasingly nutty behavior is being shaken. Candidate Trump expressed his view that not paying taxes “makes me smart”, Mueller is likely determining exactly how smart Trump is.

    Perhaps the special counsel will find nothing hinky in his examination of Trump’s baroque finances. But as reports pile up from more and more sources of a president ranting about the implacable Mueller with all the poise of Capt. Queeg in the final reel, Trump continues to invite the question: Is this the demeanor of an innocent man?

    Now and then we see signs that even the boss is engaged in contingency planning.

    “I have the absolute right to PARDON myself,” Trump tweeted in June, before hastening to add that he has done nothing wrong.

    Maybe that was merely the thought experiment of a stable genius in command of a well-oiled machine. But I wouldn’t bet on it.

  • The Last Brahmin  On September 9, 2018 at 1:11 pm

    THE GREAT MAN ERRED

    John McCain is dead and buried
    But yet I now thrust and parried
    His life was great and very grim
    The pundits have eulogized him
    He was a good man they say
    At times moulded like clay
    Some say at times a maverick
    As his enemies he tried to lick
    But always forgiving in the end
    Even to Vietnam now his friend
    And yet he carry an old grudge
    Weighing him down as a sledge
    Against one of his old adversary
    Banning him from his ceremony
    Forgiving his foes whom he debated
    Was friendly to those he even hated
    To all who befriended him
    He sent them over the rim
    Banning one from his funeral ceremony
    Is very inconsistent with his philosophy
    I think the great man erred big time
    Am I alone or me too pass for slime?

    BEFORE THAT THE COUNTRY ERRED

    This happened to one of their own citizens very stalwart
    Who knew the language and was a technician in his art
    They wanted him to go to war, to fight and kill
    He refused for this guy had a very strong will
    They threw him in jail he was Cassius Clay
    But you know him as Mohamed Ali today
    They banned him after his release in America
    He had to fight for his Trilla in far off Manilla
    America erred big time
    Treating blacks like slime
    They tried it with segregation made a lot of racial fuss
    Separate water fountains, riding at the back of the bus
    But when they want soldiers to fight their war
    They enlisted them and everything was at par
    Yet when South Africa’s Botha ruled with apartheid
    The Americans hypocritically ran away and hide
    So again the Great America erred
    Yet asking you not to be deterred
    Feeling emboldened as usual they set their sights on Asia
    They wanted everyone in the world to be like America
    They imposed democracy on South Vietnam
    Shamefully to be humbled by North Vietnam
    Before they left they destroyed the country
    In the name of the Great American democracy
    Anything or anyone who smells like being a Socialist
    Was forcefully condemned vehemently as a Communist
    As was done with Cuba and Grenada
    Then they tried again with lil Guyana
    Kennedy and McMillan put their heads together
    Decided that Marxist Jagan must lose his power
    Aided by the CIA they suspended Dr Jagan the purist
    Replaced Jagan with Forbes Burnham the opportunist
    Guyanese suffered for 28 years before Burnham was replaced
    The country became poorer than Haiti a very wretched place
    Bob and Mac got rid of Jagan the so-called communist
    Corruption, nepotism and racism better than that Marxist
    So the Great America erred again seeing the pattern here
    As the world turn their faces and no one showed any care
    When you sow seeds of evil, the Devil will come calling
    Jahadist groups like the ISIS grew and was challenging
    They created havoc at the Twin Towers with a huge Badam!
    The great Uncle Sam got mad and attacked Iraq and Sadam
    Creating a long drawn out war still going on today
    Losing millions of lives yet the living have no say.

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