Henry A. Kissinger
Kissinger: traitor to America

"I see Russia now is talking. Oh, they're at a big desk, a rather large desk. And that... At the desk I can see... I know he's Russian. But sitting next to him... looks like someone I have seen before, like... I don't know... looks almost like Mr. Kissinger... I don't know. But he's sitting at the desk also, and it looks like they're planning; they're talking about... arms or support. I think there's going to be something going on. And Russia is going to... I think it sounds like they're going to fight. They're going to fight-oh, it's Egypt. I think they're going to go to war against Egypt and Africa. And-oh! And then Our Lady said:
Our Lady - "Gathering at Palestine. Gathering at Palestine." (May 30, 1973) 

Who helped negotiate America's diplomatic defeat in Vietnam and Ian Smith's defeat in Rhodesia in 1976? Henry Kissinger. Several years ago he was invited to South Africa to negotiate differences between the Zulus and the Marxist ANC. Donald McAlvany warns, "Watch out! When Kissinger negotiates, the communists always win!" (McAlvany Intelligence Adviser, April 1994, p. 14)

Henry Kissinger
The very day after the Tiananmen Square massacre in China, Kissinger's syndicated column referred to Deng Xiaoping (China's leader) as "one of the great reformers in Chinese history" and a man "who chose a more humane and less chaotic course" [1] for China.  Though he later expressed shock at the "brutality" of the crackdown, the general trend of his statements have been to find excuses for the Chinese authorities. 
     According to Bill Gertz, "Kissinger played the key role in secret talks during the 1970s that led President Nixon to establish informal ties with China in 1972 and ultimately led to formal diplomatic relations in 1979..." (The China Threat, Bill Gertz, p. 44)
     In a single year, Kissinger may go to China several times, and the door is always open to him. In September 1990, Kissinger met with Li Peng, the man considered to be most directly responsible for ordering the Tiananmen massacre, who gave Kissinger and his wife a banquet complete with warm mutual toasts. The next day, Kissinger when to see Jiang Zemin, who noted that Kissinger was making his eighteenth visit to the People's Republic of China.
     Kissinger's views of China, incidentally, are almost identical to the view put force in public statements by communist Chinese leaders themselves. 
     Many American corporations seeking to do business with China pay Kissinger large sums of money at least in part because of his unparalleled access to China's most powerful figures. As Senator Scott Thompson stated before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, "The fact is that [Kissinger] does receive substantial remuneration from corporations with major investments in China, which stood to benefit from adoption of his positions." (U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Hearings on U.S. Policy Toward China, February 13, 1990)
     On September 12, 1989, John J. Fialka of the Wall Street Journal accused Kissinger that his business dealings with China represented a conflict of interest with the United States. From this and other criticism, Kissinger became defensive and called any linking of his views on China with his business interests a form of "McCarthyism." Actually, some Americans were beginning to see dark shades of a traitor in Kissinger. 
     Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily accuses Kissinger of being well-paid by the Chinese for his public relations services:

I'll tell you who I think should be in jail for selling out American security interests in favor of their own pocketbooks--Henry [Kissinger] the K and Al Haig. At the very least, they should be required to register as paid foreign lobbyists and identified as such each and every time they appear on television and radio as sober and dispassionate commentators on the world scene. (The 'establishment' knows best, April 7, 1999 by Joseph Farah)

It is interesting to note that Kissinger's one-time Jewish aide, Morton Halperin, is seriously considered by many people to be a communist agent:

Halperin, according to a well-respected former State official, was suspected of working for the communists in the '60s and '70s. "He was a person we knew to be pro-Soviet and not a person to be trusted," said the official, who worked in intelligence during the height of the Cold War.
     "Halperin has been known on embassy (briefing) cards as a Soviet or communist agent," added the official, who was an expert on the Soviet Union, in an exclusive interview with WorldNetDaily.
    A Democrat-controlled Senate denied Halperin confirmation as President Clinton's nominee as assistant secretary of defense in large part because of his radical leftist views. His current post did not require confirmation. Books have linked Halperin to the KGB....
     From 1975 to 1992, he headed the Center for National Security Studies in Washington. CNSS is a spinoff of the Institute for Policy Studies, a pro-Marxist think tank that has supported Soviet and Cuban operations in Third World countries. (To Russia with love? Friday, May 19, 2000 by Paul Sperry)

     Unknown to most people, and really only known through Our Lady of the Roses message, the worldwide Warning would have occurred on December 28, 1973, followed by the great War. But a reprieve was granted to the world, because of mankind's prayerful response. In other words, the Yom Kippur War would have evolved into World War III, were it not for the mercy of God. This is easy to imagine when we realize how close the Yom Kippur War came to nuclear war:

In 1973, Syria launched the latest of a series of full-scale wars on Israel -- a sneak attack on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur. Most analysts agree that had Syria held that high ground prior to the invasion, there would have been no stopping the onslaught. As it was, the Israelis very nearly lost the war. Defeat was so close that Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and Prime Minister Golda Meir armed the "doomsday weapon" -- Israel's limited strategic nuclear arsenal. (The Mideast 'peace' talks, January 6, 2000 by Joseph Farah)

The Yom Kippur War
It is very interesting that Our Lady of the Roses provided this vision of Kissinger and the Russians planning a war in May 1973, when the Yom Kippur War was still four months into the future, to begin on October 6, 1973. 
Following a cease-fire, the Yom Kippur War officially ended on October 22, 1973 but fighting continued on the Egyptian-Israeli front and the U.S. and the Soviet Union were nearly dragged into a full-scale superpower confrontation. Various articles illustrate just how close the world came to a major catastrophe:

As Israel, a U.S. ally, met Syria and Egypt, Soviet client states, on the battlefield, policymakers in Washington and Moscow jockeyed for position. For a few hours, Washington and Moscow both weighed the possibility of a direct confrontation between the superpowers. The United States put its forces on nuclear alert after the Soviet Union threatened to dispatch troops to defend Egypt. (Yom Kippur War changed US-Israel ties, Matthew Dorf)

The initial days of the war were disastrous for Israel: it lost over 150 planes and its counter-attacks failed. But then Israel reversed its losses, repelling the Syrians back into Syria itself, reaching within 12 miles of Damascus.
     Seeing the invasion faltering, the Soviet Union sent massive shipments of supplies to assist Syria and Egypt and in response, the U.S. did the same for Israel.
     Meanwhile, Israeli forces led by Ariel Sharon beat back the Egyptian advance in the south, crossed the canal and surrounded the Egyptian Third Army. With Israel poised to wipe out Egypt's troops or storm Damascus, U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger went to Moscow to negotiate a cease-fire agreement.
     The agreement reached in Moscow called for cessation of hostilities within 24 hours. But soon the USSR claimed Israel was breaking its terms by planning to move against the trapped Egyptian troops. Only when the Soviet Union threatened to intervene, and the U.S. pressed Israel to back off, did the cease fire take effect on Oct. 25.  (CBS.com--The Yom Kippur War)

Naturally, the war involved global as well as regional politics. The USSR had actively supported the Arab cause and on the third day of fighting (9 October) it called upon various Afro-Arab states to fully support Egypt and Syria. Also at that time, the USSR instituted a massive air operation to re-supply Egypt and Syria with military equipment. Soviet naval maneuvers and public statements of Soviet officials helped to develop an impression that the USSR might intervene even more actively. After several days of fighting, with Israel becoming increasingly dominant, US Secretary of State Kissinger visited Moscow on 20 October to discuss the conflict in response to an urgent request from Soviet First Secretary Brezhnev. Following these discussions, the superpowers cooperated in convoking a meeting of the UN Security Council, which passed their joint resolution calling for a cease-fire, negotiations among the parties, and implementation of Resolution 242 (see Case269: Arab-Israeli Confrontation, 1967-1973). The superpowers pressured their client states to accept the resolution's provisions.
     Although formally accepting the cease-fire, Israel continued to improve its military position on the west bank of the Canal, effectively isolating the Egyptian forces on the east bank. For unclear motives, the USSR engaged in a series of military and diplomatic actions that US President Nixon's administration saw as being quite provocative; refusing a Soviet plan for the superpowers to police a truce in the Middle East with their own force and concerned that the USSR would unilaterally intervene with strong military forces, on 25 October the US placed its forces on world-wide military alert. A new Soviet-American agreement was quickly reached; The Security Council reaffirmed its call for a cease-fire and recreated the United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF: seeCase119: Suez War, 1956-1957) to supervise it. Furthermore, the five permanent Council members were prohibited from participating in a peacekeeping force in the area. The US military alert was then gradually lifted. On the same day, the USSR told the US that it would act to relieve the surrounded Egyptian force with Soviet forces unless Israel permitted Egyptian supplies to be provided; the US thereupon pressured Israel to return to the 22 October lines, but this pressure was resisted. A visit by Kissinger to Egypt, however, broke the impasse, and on 11 November Israeli and Egyptian military commanders signed an agreement for negotiating a withdrawal to their earlier positions and for the relief of the isolated Egyptian troops. (Dis73a03 Yom Kippur War, USC University)

On 13 October the watchful Israeli commanders finally observed large-scale movement in the congested Egyptian bridgehead, as the powerful armored divisions, the 21st in the 2nd Army and the 4th in the 3rd Army sectors, crossed from the west bank into jump-off positions for an attack. Bracing themselves for the armored onslaught, the Israeli tankers took up defensive positions on the high ground, facing the approaches from which they anticipated the Egyptian attack.







Facing the Israelis were some 1200 modern Soviet tanks massed in attack formation interspersed with infantry on APCs and trucks carrying anti-tank missiles and heavy concentrations of artillery. Though cautious, the Egyptians were confident. And from their recent experiences with the Israeli forces they had no reason not to be.
     It should be mentioned that the Israeli troops that managed to sneak around and get into the Egyptian city of Suez on the western bank of the canal was completely surrounded by Egyptian heavy artillery and tanks and completely paralyzed. Later, the United States and the United Soviet Socialist Republics convinced the Egyptian leader Anwar Elsadat that demolishing that part of the Israeli army would start a third world war, thus, the Egyptians allowed the Israeli infiltrating troops to retreat towards the Sinai peninsula. (Kamal Hasan Ali, The Roads of Life --  El-Shorouk Publishing house, Cairo, 1994. Article by Mohammad Tawfik, October 2, 2000)

The tide of the war began to turn on October 10.  The Syrians were pushed back and Israel advanced into Syria proper.  The Soviet Union responded by sending airlifts to Damascus and Cairo, which were answered on October 12 and 13 by massive US airlifts to Israel.  Israeli forces crossed the Suez Canal and surrounded the Egyptian Third Army on October 21.
     The war started an international crisis when the Soviet Union responded to a plea from Egypt to save its Third Army by threatening to send troops to assist Egypt.  Henry Kissinger, the US Secretary of State, went to Moscow to negotiate a cease-fire.  The result was UN Resolution 338, an immediate cease-fire that reinstated Resolution 242, which "aimed at establishing a just and durable peace in the Middle East".  This cease-fire was broken and again the Soviets threatened to intervene.  However, the US pressured Israel into accepting a second cease-fire on October 25, 1973.  The war was over, and both Israel and Egypt claimed victory. (The Yom Kippur War, North Park University)


[1] Henry A. Kissinger, "For China, Economic Reforms Spark Eruptions," [Los Angeles] Times, July 30, 1989.

"My child, you must not have fear at speaking the truth. It is for the salvation of souls and the recovery of your country. America the beautiful must not fall to communism, My child. America the beautiful shall not be sold into slavery. Cast out the money changers in your government!" 
- Our Lady of the Roses, September 13, 1975

Directives from Heaven:

#10 -    Consecrate Russia

#57 -   The Great World War III Chastisement (Part I)
#58 -   The Great World War III Chastisement (Part II)
#59 -
   The Great World War III Chastisement (Part III)

#101 - Russia and China, Part 1  
#102 - Russia and China, Part 2  
#103 - Communism  
#104 - Invasion  

Bayside Prophecies:

June 18, 1992 -- Communism death; a ruse. (click here)In honor of the Archangels - 9/27/86

October 2, 1987
- Consecrate Russia, or else... (click here) In honor of the Archangels - 9/27/86

April 14, 1984 -- Do not take lightly the reports of ships out on the sea and submarines... (click here)In honor of the Archangels - 9/27/86
June 18, 1984 -- You are surrounded now by reconnaissance planes and also by missiles (click here)In honor of the Archangels - 9/27/86
March 26, 1983 -- Russia plans to invade the United States with missiles (click here)In honor of the Archangels - 9/27/86
May 28, 1983 - The Third World War...  (click here)In honor of the Archangels - 9/27/86

November 20, 1978 -- ...Pray for your new Pope. He must be given the strength even unto the point of martyrdom if necessary. He must not allow Communism to control Rome. (click here)

External Links:

The 'establishment' knows best  April 7, 1999 by Joseph Farah

To Russia with love? May 19, 2000 by Paul Sperry

The Perestroika Deception

Ex-spy Fears Sneak Russian Attack (NewsMax.com, January 25, 2000)

Russia and China: An Anti-American Alliance (NewsMax.com, July 19, 2000)

Russia Arming Chinese Navy Against U.S. (NewsMax.com, July 12, 2000)

Surprise Nuclear Attack, Part 1, J.R. Nyquist (WorldNetDaily)

Surprise Nuclear Attack, Part 2, J.R. Nyquist (WorldNetDaily)

Russia's Economic Moves and What They Portend, J.R. Nyquist (WorldNetDaily)

A Genuine Threat of War? J.R. Nyquist (WorldNetDaily)

Russian Threats: Then and Now - Introduction (WorldNetDaily)

Can Moscow Be Trusted? Russia's Hidden Nuclear Missiles - Part I (WorldNetDaily)

Can Moscow Be Trusted? Inside Russia's Magic Mountain - Part II (WorldNetDaily)

High Anxiety, J.R. Nyquist (WorldNetDaily)

Ex-spy Fears Sneak Russian Attack. Newsmax.com, January 25, 2000

China Reveals Nuclear War Plans Against U.S. (UPI, March 20, 2000)

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 1 (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 2: Clinton's Sell-Out of America: (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 3: Russia and China -- Our Friends? (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 4: Russia May Launch a Surprise Attack Against US (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 5: Russia’s Recent Military Build-up (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 6: Eleven Signs of a Russian Surprise Attack (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 7: United States is Unprepared for War (Christopher Ruddy) 

Russia and China Prepare for War -- Part 8: Why are Most Americans Oblivious to These Terrifying Facts? (Christopher Ruddy)

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