When WEF leader Klaus Schwab’s mentor, Henry Kissinger, says it was “a grave mistake” to import so many people of totally different cultures and religions into the West, because of the tensions that arise as a result of that, you need to starting questioning how and why it happened.
If “divide and conquer” wasn’t such an effective strategy, globalists wouldn’t employ it so extensively.
During an interview with Politico this week, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger finally admitted it was a bad idea for Western nations to bring in so many migrants from across the globe.
Here’s an interview with centenarian from his home in the United Kingdom.
Henry Kissinger: “It was a grave mistake to let in so many people of totally different culture and religion and concepts” pic.twitter.com/CulDSiQDxq— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) October 12, 2023
“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…” Kissinger told Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner.
The comment came in response to the recent attacks by Hamas on Israel as Kissinger stated his home country of Germany allowed too many potential terrorists into the nation.
It begs the question: How was Kissinger was previously unaware of the consequences of mass migration? Plenty of people have suffered from the accusation of racism ( Think Enoch Powell in UK) when they suggested that the millennia of largely homogenous local cultures with small figure imports was the optimum lifestyle for peaceful living and warned there would be bloodshed if it went unchecked.
It doesn’t take a genius to understand that destructive cultures should not be allowed to thrive unless they assimilate. America works when it’s a Melting Pot, not a Stir-Fry.
Henry Kissinger is a leader in global thought – how did it take him so long to see what the average Joe got from the very beginning?