Update: Oh wow! Immediately after posting this piece I came across a podcast that I have yet to listen to, but will. Totally apropos:
The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show Podcast
Medea Benjamin– Tips on How to Speak Out/Interrupt a President and Other Powerful People and Hearings
Are we getting braver? Following on the heels of Medea Benjamin’s truth-telling interruption of President Obama’s military speech, now this, actually the third time Luke Rudkowski, of wearechange.org, has confronted the man seen by millions as the “Architect of the New World Order“:
“You coward! You self-serving coward! Get lost!”
May 29, 2013
by Paul Joseph Watson
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was confronted and labeled a “mass murderer” by We Are Change’s Luke Rudkowski during an event at which Kissinger was awarded a medal for his role in promoting “freedom and democracy.”
The confrontation took place after Kissinger gave a speech at the “Salute To Freedom” event which took place last week at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York.
Filming the exchange via a spectacle-mounted camera while Kissinger sat down to dinner, Rudkowski asked Kissinger what he meant by the quote, “The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional takes a little longer,” which emerged recently via a Wikileaks data dump.
After a garbled response, Kissinger remarked, “What are you doing this for?”
Rudkowski then asked, “We want to know what the agenda of the Bilderberg Group meeting’s going to be,” to which Kissinger responded, “Oh come on, get lost please, I said get lost!”
Rudkowski continued, “How does it feel winning the freedom award when you’re wanted as a mass murderer and wanted in many countries and butchered millions of people?”
“You coward! You self-serving coward – get lost!” Kissinger responded.
“You know this freedom award’s a lie and you’re wanted for mass murder in different countries – you know it’s a lie,” remarked Rudkowski.
Kissinger’s involvement in war crimes was best documented in Christopher Hitchens’ 2001 book The Trial of Henry Kissinger. After examining the evidence of Kissinger’s involvement in directing massacres in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Timor, as well as assassinations in Chile, Cyprus, and Washington, D.C., Hitchens concludes that Kissinger should be prosecuted “for war crimes, for crimes against humanity, and for offenses against common or customary or international law, including conspiracy to commit murder, kidnap, and torture.”
Hitchens also asserted that Kissinger is “a stupendous liar with a remarkable memory.”
A number of countries in South America and Europe have sought to question Kissinger about his actions during the Nixon and Ford administrations and several individuals have also attempted to make a citizens arrest.
This is the third time that We Are Change have confronted Henry Kissinger. Watch the first two videos below, including Kissinger’s response to himself being quoted by Bob Woodward as saying, “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”