What Did Henry Kissinger Really Say About Mandatory Forcible Vaccination?

By Dr. John Reizer

Sometimes prominent political leaders make comments that later come back to haunt them or the movements they support and openly endorse. Recently, there was a meme circulating on a well known social media platform attributing a quote about mandatory vaccinations to Henry Kissinger, the former United States Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the presidential administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.

The quote that Kissinger purportedly made in a speech was, “Once the herd accepts mandatory forcible vaccination, it’s game over,” and he also allegedly said about the same subject, “We thin out the herd and the herd pays us for providing extermination services.”

Kissinger’s comments were supposedly made during a speech to the World Health Organization Council on Eugenics on February 25, 2009.

According to POLITIFACT, a website that evaluates and checks the veracity of statements made by politicians and world leaders, this information is untrue, and the speech never happened. According to the fact-checking website, “not only are there are no records in WHO’s archives of the speech, but a ‘World Health Organization Council on Eugenics’ does not exist.”

Did Kissinger really make the remarks in this speech or at another presentation? WHO really knows? Politifact and other fact-checking sites have been put in place to cover the arses of elitists that occasionally slip and fall in public.

If Kissinger was arrogant enough to make such a statement publicly and the information leaked out, fact-checking websites would definitely be providing damage control, and those damage control efforts would be populating the top of search engines across the Internet.

If there is a World Health Organization Council on Eugenics, I seriously doubt that the body’s name would be referenced in any official WHO directories. And I seriously doubt that any official communications with the WHO would yield an admission that such an organization exists. Keep in mind that doesn’t mean the committee, sub-committee or thinktank doesn’t exist.

Here’s what Henry Kissinger did have to say recently about the coronavirus world pandemic in the Wall Street Journal.

“When the Covid-19 pandemic is over, many countries’ institutions will be perceived as having failed. Whether this judgment is objectively fair is irrelevant. The reality is the world will never be the same after the coronavirus.”

“Medical supplies are insufficient to cope with the widening waves of cases. Intensive-care units are on the verge, and beyond, of being overwhelmed. Testing is inadequate to the task of identifying the extent of infection, much less reversing its spread. A successful vaccine could be 12-18 months away.”

“We need to develop new techniques and technologies for infection control and commensurate vaccines across large populations.”

It reads to me like Dr. Kissinger has also watched the Event 201 videos, and is following along with the approved script and narratives like every other politician and elected leader across the world. Kissinger is clearly saying that the only way out of this farcical and obviously fake pandemic is through a preventive vaccine.

Here’s another famous verified quote that was made by Dr. Kissinger many years ago: “The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer.” (from March 10, 1975 meeting with Turkish foreign minister Melih Esenbel in Ankara, Turkey).

Did Henry Kissinger make the statement about forcible vaccines and the herd accepting said products in a speech in February 2009? I’ll leave the answer to that question up to your imaginations. But don’t worry, America, POLITIFACT has got our backs covered and is out there with other fact-checking websites preventing the spread of fake news. If they claim the speech never happened — it never happened, end of story!

One thought on “What Did Henry Kissinger Really Say About Mandatory Forcible Vaccination?

  1. Kenneth T. April 5, 2020 / 12:46 pm

    Somewhere there is a Winston Smith working hard to rewrite historical records.

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