He is the creator of Frankenstein, which threatens the United States. 

The following is an excerpt from the famous serialized dialogue between Mr. Tsutsumi Gyo and Mr. Kubo Koshi that appears in the current issue of the monthly magazine "Handa" titled "The Endless War," which will continue this year.
I have mentioned many times that the monthly magazine "Handa" is a must-read for those who, as people living in the 21st century, want to know the truth and the actual situation.

The Spawn of Monsters
On November 29, Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State and international political scientist, passed away.
As soon as I heard the news of his death, I thought, "Finally, Frankenstein's spawn has died. 
After the restoration of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China, Nixon and Kissinger poured money and technology into the Chinese Communist regime. 
U.S. Treasury Department officials taught them financial know-how, and Civil Aviation Administration officials provided money and technology to China's aviation industry. 
Meanwhile, after the war, the U.S. stripped Japan's heavy industry of its equipment and shipped it to China, then burned the Zero fighter and other aircraft, banning not only their manufacture but also their research and development, thereby suppressing the Japanese aviation industry.
In the 30-plus years since then, China's GDP has become the world's second-largest, and it even manufactured its stealth fighter, the Eagle.
It has boldly stated that by 2049, the centennial of its founding, China will surpass the United States in military power and become the world's No. 1 military power. 
Near the end of his life, Nixon, seeing China's ascension to the top of the world, remarked, "It seems we have given birth to Frankenstein."
The United States gave up on Chiang Kai-shek's regime and fostered Mao's. 
It was George Marshall, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Roosevelt's (FDR's) administration, who brought arms and money to the Chinese Communist Party.
Marshall was a favorite of FDR's wife, Eleanor, who jumped thirty-plus steps to become Chief of Staff. 
Nixon restored U.S.-China diplomatic relations because he wanted to end the Vietnam War and borrow Chinese influence.
But it had little effect.
Vietnam and China have always been bitter enemies, which is no surprise.
In fact, they fought a Sino-Vietnamese war not long after. 
It was Kissinger who secretly went to China and played the role of negotiator.
He took this opportunity to become the most prominent Chinese lobbyist.
He is a Chinese agent who receives $1 million a year.
Kissinger is famous for his realist diplomacy but does not see reality.
He is the creator of Frankenstein, which threatens the United States. 
Now, the U.S. needs help dealing with China and getting restless.
I really feel that way when I see the Biden administration ministers making a series of visits to Beijing.
He is a German-born Jewish refugee who fled Nazi persecution and came to the U.S. In other words, he is a homeless person.
In other words, he has a nation at his core but nothing that can be called patri (homeland).
So, in other words, he thinks of the world in terms of the "balance of power among major powers" in a cool-headed and ruthless manner without any understanding or sympathy for extraneous feelings such as patriotism. 
He can ignore or dismiss with impunity the sovereignty and human rights of docile-friendly countries like Japan or small and medium-sized countries.
Recently, he stated that "we are standing on the edge of war with China and Russia without considering what the consequences will be" and that "Russia's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula should be accepted" for an early end to the war in Ukraine.
In other words, it is like the cold-blooded Jewish Shylock of "The Merchant of Venice" is conducting diplomacy.
In that sense, I guess you could say that he was a "damn" realist until the day he died (laughs).
This article continues.

2023/12/23 in Kyoto