100-year-old Henry Kissinger says it was "a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different culture and religion and concepts" after seeing Arabs celebrating Hamas in Europe
· Oct 12, 2023 · NottheBee.com

Henry Kissinger, who was a dominating force in creating foreign policy and globalist policies that define Western nations, has finally come around to the conclusion that regular folk have known for 50 years.

Kissinger told Politico this week that, after seeing the support for Hamas in Germany, mass migration was a mistake.



And if you think I'm cherry-picking this clip, here's the quote straight from that Politico story:

Hamas' attack against Israel being celebrated on the streets of Berlin indicates that Germany has let too many foreigners into the country, according to former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

"It was a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different culture and religion and concepts, because it creates a pressure group inside each country that does that," the 100-year-old ex-top American diplomat said in an interview with Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner for Germany's Welt TV. Axel Springer is POLITICO's parent company.

At 100 years old (he was 9 when Hitler was elected in 1933!), Henry Kissinger, who is Jewish, is finally realizing that importing people from different cultures with different values and throwing them all together inside our countries might make for some explosive cultural clashes in the Western World.

Who could have guessed it?

Honestly, it's just impressive. Kissinger has been involved in American foreign policy since the 1960s and he's still out giving interviews today.

The man served under Nixon!

But we can finally say that Kissinger is right: We have to get this immigration issue under control. Having no border and no shared culture and lots of incompatible worldviews isn't going to make diverse countries, but lots of little fiefdoms in a confined space that all hate each other. It's a pressure cooker waiting to explode.

I'm only afraid it might be too late.

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