Why is Henry Kissinger hated as war Criminals?? Key Facts

By Srikanto Mandal 30 November, 2023

Henry Kissinger is a controversial figure who has been both praised and condemned for his role in American foreign policy.

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He is particularly hated by some for his involvement in the Vietnam War, his support of authoritarian regimes, his role in the Bangladesh War, his secret dealings, and his personality.

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Kissinger accused of authorizing the secret bombing of Cambodia and Laos, which resulted in the deaths of millions of civilians.

Kissinger has been accused of turning a blind eye to human rights abuses committed by U.S. allies, such as the Pinochet regime in Chile and the junta in Pakistan.

He also played a key role in supporting the Shah of Iran, who was overthrown in the Iranian Revolution of 1979.

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Kissinger is accused of supporting Pakistan's brutal crackdown on Bengali separatists in what is now Bangladesh, which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.

Kissinger is known for his secretive and Machiavellian approach to diplomacy. He often conducted foreign policy without the knowledge or consent of Congress or the American people.

Kissinger is often described as being arrogant, cold, and calculating. He has been accused of being more interested in power and prestige than in human rights or democracy.

 Kissinger remains a polarizing figure to this day. He is seen by some as a brilliant statesman who helped to keep the world ... 

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from descending into nuclear war, while others see him as a war criminal who should be held accountable for his actions.

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