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    "It may be dangerous to be America's enemy, but to be America's friend is fatal."

    Kissingerism is the ideology of Henry Kissinger, a German-born American politician, diplomat, and geopolitical consultant who served as United States Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the presidential administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford (1969-1974, 1974-1977).


    A Jewish refugee who fled Nazi Germany with his family in 1938 to the US where he was drafted into the US army in 1943. Henry Kissinger was assigned to the military intelligence sector of the 84th Infantry Division and came to see combat in the division as the US-allied forces advanced into Germany, the country he and his family had fled from. Kissinger was eventually reassigned to the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC), where he became a CIC Special Agent assigned to tracking down Gestapo officers and other saboteurs, for which he was awarded the Bronze Star. After his service in the US army in WWII, Kissinger would come to play an important role in shaping US foreign policy during the Cold War.

    Kissinger played an important role in ending US involvement in the Vietnam War. Kissinger was very skeptical of US involvement in the war as it seemed near impossible to find an agreement that would suit both the Communists of North Vietnam and the US-backed government of South Vietnam.

    When he came into office as National Security Advisor under President Richard Nixon in 1969, Kissinger favored a negotiating strategy under which the US and North Vietnam would sign an armistice and agree to pull their troops out of South Vietnam while the South Vietnamese government and the Viet Cong were to agree to a coalition government. However, because of the conflict of interest between Nixon and Kissinger, and the North and South Vietnamese governments, US involvement in the Vietnam War would continue until the mid-1970s. Kissinger along with Vietnamese communist revolutionary Lê Đức Thọ was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1973, for their work in negotiating the ceasefires contained in the Paris Peace Accords on "Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam." However, Thọ rejected the award as he argued that peace had not been achieved, and after the Fall of Saigon Kissinger attempted the return his award as well.

    Kissinger is perhaps most known for his contributions to US-China Relations which helped the People's Republic of China's current rise as a superpower. The motive for the diplomatic outreach to communist China had its ground in the Sino-Soviet Split that happened in the 1950s-1960s because of ideological differences between Mao Zedong and Khrushchev. The US government under Nixon sought to exploit this rift between the two largest communist countries to advance its own geopolitical agenda.

    Kissinger made two trips to China in July and October 1971 (the first of which was made in secret) to confer with Premier Zhou Enlai, which resulted in the withdrawal of US troops from Taiwan, and the recognition of the PRC on the UN Security Council at expense of the Republic of China's representation at the UN. His trips paved the way for the groundbreaking 1972 summit between Nixon, Zhou, and Mao, as well as the formalization of relations between the two countries, ending over two decades of diplomatic isolation and mutual hostility. Kissinger has continued to act as a mediator between the US and China to this day. He was one of the few prominent US politicians who opposed imposing sanctions on China in the wake of the Tiananmen Massacre of 1989.

    Kissinger is infamous for his support for anti-communist dictatorships to stop the spread of communism. As National Security Advisor under Nixon, he supported Pakistani dictator, General Yahya Khan, in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. Kissinger actively participated in the CIA's destabilization and sabotage of Chilean Socialist Party member Salvador Allende's presidential campaign and presidency through various coup attempts, elections interference, and sanctions that would result in the 1973 Chilean coup d'état and General Augusto Pinochet's rise to power.

    As Secretary of the State under President Gerald Ford, he supported the Argentine Military dictator Jorge Rafael Videla's Dirty War against left-wing opposition and backed Indonesian dictator and President Suharto's invasion of East Timor and its subsequent genocide. Kissinger was also actively involved in negotiations regarding the Rhodesian Bush War. Kissinger, along with South Africa's Prime Minister B.J. Vorster, pressured Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith to hasten the transition to black majority rule in Rhodesia.

    Interestingly, Henry Kissinger unlike most modern-era military interventionists and neocons such as John McCain, Antony Blinken, Samantha Power, etc have remained on friendly terms with Russian President Vladimir Putin. During the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, Kissinger went so far as to suggest that Ukraine should give up territory to Russia to end the war.



    • Dengism - A good ally of mine who helped me divide the socialist camp and restore capitalism in China.
    • Machiavellianism - The US must follow the doctrine of Reapolitik in geopolitics and geopolitical conflicts.
    • Authoritarian Capitalism - Operation Condor go brrrr.
    • Neoconservatism - we must spread capitalism everywhere.
    • Internationalism - Our goal is a rule-based international order.
    • Three Represents - “Certainly not a party of the workers and the peasants. In fact, Jiang Zemin in recent weeks has officially said that capitalists and entrepreneurs should be enrolled in the Communist Party.”
    • Titoism - One of the better commies since you resisted the USSR.
    • Zionism - The US has an obligation to support the homeland of the Jewish people.
    • Suhartoism - Based ally in Indonesia.
    • National Capitalism - The only Nazis who I can tolerate as I helped you in the Operation Condor against soycialist regimes.
    • Pinochetism - Best pal from Chile.
    • Putinism - Most modern neocons may hate you but you're based for preventing communists from returning to power in Russia.
    • Bo Xilai Thought - “As an intellectual visiting Chongqing, I saw the vision for the future by the Chinese leaders. I am shaken by the vitality of the city”


    • Brezhnev Doctrine - I don't like you but I helped Nixon negotiate detente with the USSR to ease Cold War tensions and bring an end to the Vietnam War.
    • Maoism - I don't like you ideologically but Zhu Enlai is one of the most impressive people I've met and I did help you to establish contacts with the US to restore capitalism in China.
    • Ceausescuism - Similiar to Mao and Tito. You were yet another pawn in the geopolitical chess game during the Cold War to divide the socialist camp.
    • Thiệuism - "To be an enemy of America can be dangerous to be a friend is fatal"
    • Pol Potism - You are a disgusting commie, but I supported you to troll Soviet-allied Vietnam.
    • Apartheid and Rhodesian Nationalism - I helped establish relations with Apartheid South Africa and Rhodesia but you had to give up white-minority eventually to prevent the rise of communism.
    • Assadism - You're way better than your dogmatic Iraqi counterpart.


    Further Information

    1. Kissinger reluctantly played a crucial role in ending Apartheid and white minority rule in Rhodesia to prevent the spread of black radicalism and socialist movements across Africa
    2. Henry Kissinger supported detente with the USSR, China, Vietnam, Romania, and Yugoslavia to turn them away from communism, reduce anti-american sentiment, and restore capitalism in said nations
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