Impressions of 9/11: Henry Kissinger

Thursday, September 08, 2011

This week, we’ve been bringing you the reflections of some of our guests over the last 6 months about how the events of September 11th changed them. Former Sec. of State Henry Kissinger was on the show in May, and after our conversation with him on the air, we asked him about how 9/11 has changed the world order.


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Comments [4]

jerome greenberg from Brooklyn, NY

Hearing Dr. Strangelove's voice this morning commenting on 9-11 felt like a slap in the face. I'm sure you know that this hypocrite was one of the masterminds, along with ITT, who put in motion the conditions which led to the events of September 9, 1973 when Pinochet & Co. bombed the presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, leaving Salvatore Allende dead. I can only hope that HK finally gets "pinochetted" and put on trial for war crimes.

J. Greenberg

Sep. 08 2011 07:47 PM
wayne johnson from brooklyn

war criminal

Sep. 08 2011 02:19 PM
Dorothy from Manhattan

What Hazel said. Me too.

Sep. 08 2011 01:12 PM

Henry Kissinger? Really? Since Kissinger's role in the Pinochet regime has been revealed I have no interest in anything he says. He's an accomplice to murder and should be kidnapped off the streets of NYC and taken to stand trial in Chile.

Sep. 08 2011 12:30 PM

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