Friday, February 2, 2018
Kissinger Warns On Pre-Emptive Attack on North Korea
President Nixon’s former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, testified before the members of the Senate Armed Services Committee last week, reports PJ Media. The topic of a preemptive strike against North Korea came up.
He said “We will hit that fork in the road, and the temptation to deal with it with a pre-emptive attack is strong, and the argument is rational, but I have seen no public statement by any leading official. But in any event, my own thinking, I would be very concerned by any unilateral American war at the borders of China and Russia, in which we are not supported by a significant part of the world, or at least of the Asian world.”
So he isn't completely against an attack but at least he is a voice of caution. When a war criminal like Kissinger is a voice of caution, you know we are in trouble.
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