Kissinger Urges Surrender to Red China
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Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was a speaker at the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations on November 14. "It is no longer possible to think that one side can dominate the other,” he said. "so those countries that used to be exceptional and used to be unique, have to get used to the fact that they have a rival.”
A Yahoo!Finance story said Kissinger is known in Beijing as “an old friend of the Chinese people.”
Bill Gertz’s book, The China Threat, explained how Kissinger “played the key role” in the talks that led President Nixon in 1972 to establish informal ties with China, that ultimately led to formal diplomatic relations in 1979. Kissinger insisted that China had abandoned communism, and was no longer a threat.
Ray Dalio, the founder, co-chief investment officer, and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, was another speaker.
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