America’s Biggest Living War Criminal Henry Kissinger to Speak at Yale University

Posted: March 25, 2014 in Revolting, Scum, We remember

Exclusive: Yale tells students to keep Kissinger talk secret

Exclusive: Yale tells students to keep Kissinger talk secret

Henry Kissinger You Can’t Hide, We Charge You With Genocide!!

And they tried to usher in a war criminal quietly, oh the power of e-mail the power of the people.

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Yale graduate students were urged to respect the “confidentiality” of an upcoming lecture by controversial Ford/ Nixon Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, according to an email sent by an administrator and forwarded to Salon.

“Dr. Kissinger’s visit to campus will not be publicized, so we appreciate your confidentiality with respect to this exciting opportunity,” states an all-bold paragraph sent by Larisa Satara, the associate director of Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, to a private listserv for Yale history graduate students. The email, sent Monday morning, also tells students that the event “is BY INVITE only”; “There will be a check list at the front door”;  “Laptops are not permitted and Yale ID will be required for entry”; “This is a high security event”; and “All attendees will be expected to remain in their seats for the duration of the event …” Kissinger’s address, scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Friday, is hosted by Yale’s Johnson Center for the Study of American Diplomacy, and titled “Europe at a Crossroads: The Future of Europe and Its Role in the International System.”

Satara and Yale spokespeople did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the email.


For anyone reading this who doesn’t know why we and a host of others would call Mr. Kissinger a war criminal see the following posting on our blog for a great summary by our comrades in Chicago, War Criminal In Chicago. We hope our New Haven Comrades will go out and greet this man. Many thanks to comrade Erkki and Leonard for the heads up on this.

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