Henry Kissinger is still alive, he is still a leading member of CFR and Bilderbergers, he is still the right hand man of David Rockefeller who is still the boss of CFR and Bilderbergers, and here’s a quote I just found. An OLD quote but interesting.
And it’s been published in Sulzberger’s New York Times.
But Nixon’s hard-wired anti-Semitism is an old story. What has caused many heads to swivel is a recording of Henry A. Kissinger, his national security adviser. Mr. Kissinger is heard telling Nixon in 1973 that helping Soviet Jews emigrate and thus escape oppression by a totalitarian regime — a huge issue at the time — was “not an objective of American foreign policy.”
“And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union,” he added, “it is not an American concern. Maybe a humanitarian concern.”
Notice the “maybe”. And there you thought Jews had a distinct opinion about gas chambers used for killing Jews.
Kissinger also was excommunicated in 1976 by a Rabbinical Council under leadership of Rabbi Marvin S. Antelman. (That 9 page “Book” description I link to seems to be the formal announcement of the excommunication).
You won’t find anything about Antelman or his book “To Eliminate The Opiate” in the wikipedia…. now who’s surprised by that…