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Oct 8, 2012

Remark of Kissinger: [Iran Radio] Former U.S. Secretary of State Kissinger Says “Extinction of Israel Within a Decade”


Seeing this kind of news, we feel as if Kissinger were alive.  However, the expression “recently” used at the beginning of a sentence shown below should be December 2011.  He was sure to alive around this time.  To put it the other way around, if a person makes such a remark, the person is usually destined to be killed.  Don’t you think so?

By the way, as for extinction of Israel within a decade, I think it is highly likely.  Do you remember that I have often mentioned that they are going to explode Israel (Jerusalem) with nuclear weapons?  We want not to let them do so.

Masatoshi Takeshita

English translation of a Japanese version of IRIB (Iran Radio) - October 3, 2012 -

Former U.S. Secretary of State Kissinger Says “Extinction of Israel Within a Decade”


Mr. Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State recently expressed “Nothing will remain in Israel within a decade.”

According to Mr. Kevin Parrett, U.S. critic, whose article was covered by Press TV, a famous international political scientist Mr. Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State says that it is no longer a “taboo” to speak about the disintegration of Israel.

With regard to Mr. Kissinger’s remark, Mr. Parrett explains that “Mr. Kissinger didn’t say that Israel is in the midst of crisis and so if several billion dollars is given to Israel to support the military action against the enemy, Israel will be saved.  He just mentions the truth and the truth is that Israel will not exist in 2022 any longer.”

Additionally, Mr. Parrett mentions what the American intelligence community is doing and tells that it is preparing for the Middle East without Israel.  What is written in the report prepared by American 16 intelligence agencies corresponds to what Mr. Parrett says.

According to the report, Mr. Kissinger’ is a Jew and an old friend of Israel.  And the 16 intelligence agencies are influenced by Zionist lobby.  Mr. Parrett says, therefore, that the report and Mr. Kissinger’s remark take on increasing importance.

Mr. Parrett gives the following reasons for an increase in such remarks within the U.S. government. American politicians have gotten exhausted by Israeli fanaticism; Americans have been tired of control by Israeli lobby against public remarks; solidarity in American Jewish community which supports Israel has not been inherited; and Americans know that Israel was involved in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.


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