Henry Kissinger, Communist Agent
October 29, 2015
We revisit Charlotte Iserbyt's 2002 essay which suggests
that the US and USSR are joined at the hip,
and that the emerging New World Order manifests
this hidden Communist control.
A defector told Iserbyt that "he sat in on meetings [at the Kremlin between 1965-1975] at which David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger were often present."
Related- Bella Dodd- The NWO is Communism Bella Dodd, a member of the governing council of the Communist Party of the US, was told to phone two multi-millionaires who live in the Waldorf Towers if she lost contact with Moscow. Elsewhere, she refers to "a secret well organized world power" and describes Communism as "a strange secret cult." Communism is Jewish Cabalism, i.e. Satanism.
by Charlotte Iserbyt
November 27, 2002
(Abridged/Edited by henrymakow.com)
In 1974 a very important little book entitled "Henry Kissinger... Soviet Agent" was written by the late Frank A. Capell, one of America's great patriots....
For the benefit of younger readers who know little about Henry Kissinger, let me give them some background information on Kissinger and his world government policies taken from Capell's book.
"An anti-Communist who infiltrated
Polish Communist Intelligence [Deputy Head of Military Counter Intelligence] and rose to the equivalent rank of
general has now named Henry Kissinger as a Soviet agent, recruited
into a special group known as ODRA while he was a sergeant in the
U.S. Armed Forces in Germany during World War II. The information
obtained from this General was found to be accurate in all cases
where it was checked out. He was responsible for uncovering a long
list of KGB (Soviet intelligence) and GRU (Soviet Military
Intelligence) agents and officers.... (p 2-3)
"The source was Col. Michael Goleniewski [1922-1993] left, whose real name is Aleksei Nicholaevich Romanoff. The true identify of Aleksei as the heir to the All-Russian Imperial Throne is known to the governments of the United States, Great Britain, and other countries.
"Firmly entrenched KGB and GRU networks in many parts of the Free World were not only uncovered by [Goleniewski] but the individuals were arrested, tried and convicted. In the United States, however no action was taken on his information. (p.3)
"It was in 1961 and 1962 that our source informed the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) about Kissinger who at that time appeared to be an unimportant Harvard professor. In 1973 he again brought the matter to the attention of the British Security Service and American Intelligence since Kissinger was no longer "unimportant," having become President Nixon's National Security Adviser... (p 4)
CODE NAME "BOR"
"To make a long story short, "Col.
Goleniewski had access to 1500 pages of documents related to this
mysterious murder, which included a list of the names and code names
and short data on the principal agents of ODRA. (p 79)
(Heinz Kissinger,left, was recruited by Fritz Kraemer, right)
"Under the code name of "Bor" and described as an agent of ODRA was U.S. Sergeant (and later Captain) Kissinger, counterintelligence interrogator of the U.S. Army and instructor at the Military Intelligence School in Oberammergau. (p 80)
"The information concerning Henry Kissinger could be verified and confirmed by independent sources as there was no doubt he was in touch with Communist intelligence during his military service in Germany. Since his phenomenal rise to power in the United States government, Kissinger has been accompanied during his visits behind the Iron Curtain by staff officers of intelligence or counterintelligence of the KGB, which raises the question as to whether he is still in the service of the KGB. (p 81)
"The accuracy of information supplied by Aleksei (Col. Goleniewski) was attested to during the Senate Internal Security hearings entitled "State Department Security." The committee's chief counsel questioned a witness (John Norpel, Jr.) who had been with the FBI and State Department Security. He was asked, 'Do you know of any information ever furnished to the U.S. Government by Goleniewski which turned out to be untrue or inaccurate?' The witness answered, 'I do not. No sir,' and also testified that the considerable information supplied by Col. Goleniewski had been checked out and proved to be true in every case." (p 82)
The following info is ... regarding President Bush's bizarre appointment in Nov. 2001 of Kissinger to head the Commission to Investigate 9/11.
(Putin in Kissinger's Masonic grip? This meeting may have been in July 2015. )
In the mid-seventies when the SALT II (Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty) was being discussed by the U.S. Senate, the author of this article (Iserbyt) arranged for a Soviet defector by the name of Igor Glagolev (1920-1985) to come to Maine to participate in a debate with Secretary of Defense Paul Warnke.
At dinner the same evening Glagolev informed me that prior to his defection [in 1976], when he held a very high position in the Kremlin, he sat in on meetings at which David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger were often present. At one of these meetings Kissinger shocked his Soviet audience by informing it that the United States was planning to pull out of Vietnam. This information, of course, was transferred to the North Vietnamese and put United States military forces at a great disadvantage.
Americans should demand of their Congressional representatives an investigation of Henry Kissinger's track record before he is allowed to serve in any capacity on any committee for any purpose.
Â© 2002 Charlotte T. Iserbyt - All
Related- Kissinger Confronted on Depopulation (YouTube)
First Comment from Dan:
When you wrote that Col. Michael Goleniewski's was a Romanov, I was skeptical. He doesn't look a lot like the last Czar, Nicholas II.
But I didn't have to go very far back to find that Goleniewski had a very convincing resemblance to Czar Nicholas I. (left)
If the painting were a police rendering, detectives could pick Goleniewski out of a crowd with it. That doesn't prove he was a Romanov, but it doesn't rule it out either.
Second Comment from Tony B: "When Putin, or any other Russian dignitary, is photographed smilingly shaking hands with anyone, it carries absolutely NO meaning in itself."
In the post WW2 years of anti communism all involved were aware, many through Frank Capell, that Kissenger had been a Soviet asset, likely starting while an American soldier in Germany. We all knew exactly why he was promoted higher and higher. His associates were always suspect. Nixon, as I see it anyway, was more straightforward than most politicians and therefore, more gullible when up against those who have been schooled on how to look you in the eyes and lie.
As for Putin, Americans need to get out of their "Americanist" mindset trying to judge him. He is very Russian and it is very Russian to "keep you enemies close to you." It is also very Russian not to brag but to simply do what you plan at the time for which you plan it, a la, the "sudden" Russian air strikes in Syria. When Putin, or any other Russian dignitary, is photographed smilingly shaking hands with anyone, it carries absolutely NO meaning in itself. Russians in general purposely do not reveal themselves unnecessarily. It's not their way. This makes most Russians an enigma to westerners who are too often quick to judge on shallow impressions.
To this point, not only has Putin lived up to every statement he has publicly made but his actions and statements show him to be absolutely intent on following international law and, sometimes dishearteningly, UN mandates. He is living up to what his nation signed off upon and lately he is demanding that the U.S. do likewise for a change. He comes across as a true patriot of Russia, adamant on defending his homeland, which gives him a 90% rating with the Russian people who do not give their loyalty superficially.
To this point, quite a contrast to what we have in the West.