Infamous Tyrant Henry Kissinger Claims US & China Are On “Precipice” Of War
The infamous tyrant, who is responsible for millions of civilian deaths, Henry Kissinger, is claiming that the United States and China are on the “precipice” of war. Kissinger who is being touted as a “diplomat” instead of the adviser to tyrants, has said military conflict is definitely possible.
This sociopath has been known to be a brutal member of the ruling class for decades. He once said: If you control the food, you control a nation. If you control the energy, you control a region. If you control the money, you control the world.
On Thursday, Kissinger claimed that if the U.S. and China both continue to pursue their current policies, a war could break out. During an interview with Bloomberg, he warned that “on the current trajectory of relations, I think some military conflict is probable. He claimed that China-U.S. relations have reached a “unique situation” as both countries view each other with deep suspicion. “The biggest threat to China is America, in its perception, and the same is true here [in the U.S.],” Kissinger said.
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“On the other hand, wars have become either unwinnable… or winnable only at costs that are out of proportion,” the former diplomat added, warning that both countries must now step back from “the top of a precipice.”
Kissinger insisted that “the current trajectory of relations must be altered” and pointed to signs that both sides are seeking de-escalation. –RT
Kissinger added that it was debatable whether the US and China would be able to defuse tensions. “They have not yet actually engaged in the sort of dialogues that I’ve suggested. But I think they are moving towards it,” he said.
The upcoming visit of U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to China is supposedly to diffuse tensions. According to Washington, the two sides intend to “discuss the importance of maintaining open lines of communication” as well as a number of bilateral issues of concern.
The landmark trip comes at a low point in relations as Taiwan continues to prove to be a sticking point for both ruling classes.
Article posted with permission from Mac Slavo