Henry Kissinger: China, the US, and a Common Challenge

Published on May 23, 2013 by asiasociety

NEW YORK, May 21, 2013 — Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger outlines an uprecedented opportunity for the United States and China to collaborate on a new global order, and discusses what he sees as the two countries’ differing approaches to solving problems.

4 thoughts on “Henry Kissinger: China, the US, and a Common Challenge

  1. “The fact that fate of China and the United States have become linked in a way far beyond what any of us could imagine.”

    Well….of course! You made it that way, you scum-sucking pig! You think we wanted that? HELL NO! Only you and your Zionist snakes have wanted that and planned it that way. I can’t wait until it all crashes back down on them.

  2. Jeez….the must be the week that all the Geezer Zioturd Traitors come out of hibernation. Worse than a Vampire that’s had the stake removed from it’s heart.

    Got to remember; this is the guy, during the tricky Dick Nixon years, that plowed the ground to China & supposedly done all the ground work for the “Mid-East Peace Plan”. A hardcore Zioturd if there ever was one.

  3. Traitors such as Kissinger have not been in hibernation. They have just been hiding in the shadows and manipulating elected officials.

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