Kissinger Makes it to 100, Unlike His Millions of Victims

On June 5, 2023, the New York Public Library hosted a gala to honor the 100th birthday of Henry Kissinger. Guests included Anthony Blinken, the current U.S. Secretary of State, and other Democratic notables (e.g. economist Larry Summers.) On the Twitter thread linked to above, many linked to the words of Anthony Bourdain, who wrote «Once you’ve been to Cambodia, you’ll never stop wanting to beat Henry Kissinger to death with your bare hands.» Kissinger’s 100th birthday has sparked some notable journalism, like Nick Turse’s reporting from Cambodia and Slate’s timeline of the former Secretary’s horrific legacy. Those of you who subscribe to DL’s print edition, however, know that DL was ahead of the curve; maybe you have the zine created for DL by Douglas Cueva, with this cartoon, on your wall for the occasion. For everyone else, instead of celebrating the birthday, read Cueva’s exploration (in either English or Spanish) of the book Kissinger might have written, with a truer picture of his ideas of «leadership.» (Ed.)

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