By Gary Allen

A fascinating check out Kissinger's personality and his far-reaching, damaging impression on politics either within the U.S. and in a foreign country. It was once best for me to examine his character and the way he looked as if it would anger nearly everybody round him at one element or one other (except the folks he was once relatively operating for, the Rockefellers) and the way many of us felt betrayed through him, him wiretapping every person round him.

"It isn't really tricky to consider William Loeb, maverick writer of the Manchester (New Hampshire) Union-Leader, who wrote:

'Perhaps Kissinger rather is a communist agent.Certainly, he couldn't do any longer damage to the USA or to any extent further stable for the Soviet Union if he were!'

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Later, Mao and company would appoint the Rockefellers' Chase Manhattan Bank as Red China's official representative for Chinese-American trade. In brief, all the signs point not to a Nixon initiative to China, but to a Nixon response to an initiative already planned and prepared by the Shadow Government, and implemented by the Insiders' number one agent in the White House, Henry A. Kissinger. Asians in particular have made much of the fact that in all of the hullabaloo over an opening to Peking, not a single signal was flashed from China seeking such a new relationship.

Hoover was not among the handful of top officials consulted when plans for the President's visit to China were brewing. . It was hardly surprising. . that during a routine appearance before a Congressional committee, Hoover routinely warned the lawmakers, "the United States is Communist China's No. 1 enemy. " ZAP! " Kissinger quietly arranged for the FBI Director's comments not to be published, for, he said, "budgetary" reasons. Sure. But the FBI Director released them to the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Kissinger quietly arranged for the FBI Director's comments not to be published, for, he said, "budgetary" reasons. Sure. But the FBI Director released them to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The result was a scathing article which warned that Red Chinese spies, under the guise of trade and cultural missions, would flood the nation. Hoover died in the spring of 1972, but, as Ashman puts it, "his days were probably numbered" by then anyway. S. Information Agency (which can hardly be described as a right-wing antiCommunist group).

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