Is the WAR CRIMINAL Kissinger in Trouble Now?

Ivar Jørdre

Groups Demand Arrest of ‘War Mastermind’ Kissinger at Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Nobel Peace Prize committee honors Kissinger a second time with speaking engagement at new forum on world peace

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Former secretary of state Henry Kissinger was infamously awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 for his role in the Vietnam War—a decision that comedian Tom Lehrer said “made political satire obsolete.” (Photo: Reuters)

The Nobel Peace Prize committee last month stunned many observers by choosing Henry Kissinger—the former secretary of state behind the secret American bombing of Cambodia and who supported Argentina’s “dirty wars,” among other things—to  speak at a forum on “The United States and World Peace after the Presidential Election.”

In response, on Tuesday the progressive groups RootsAction and Nobel Peace Prize Watch issued a petition demanding that Norwegian officials arrest Kissinger.

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