Who is “Henry Kissinger”?
While often referred to as the bugbear of “conspiracy theorists”, assuredly, everyone, at one time or another, has observed the famous prosthetic mask which hides the face of the host actor (live-action role player) identified in portrayal of Kissinger’s fabricated character scheme.
On many occasions, to be certain, everyone has seen the golem countenance observed in the image posted below prominently featured on both television and computer screens, as well as appearing on the front cover of the prestigious Time magazine and upon the front pages of respected periodicals such as the New York Times.
Perhaps, on occasion, some of you may have even bothered to tread through some of the turgidly composed newspaper columns, or one of the many ponderous self-aggrandizing tomes which have been published and attributed to Kissinger’s authorship.
But such publications – larded with opaque ideological generalizations, historical canards – merely represent more colorful but distractive, disposable scenery, created for the public to gawk at, to admire, and for those throngs of useful dupes desperately wishing to vicariously obtain some measure of intellectual legitimacy while simultaneously pretending to have read or to have even understood their execrable content.
In fact, everyone who frequents this site – by now – has become well-familiarized with the Hollywood executive who, for decades while donned in strategically-layered prosthetics, has portrayed this master of geopolitical disaster.
Though “Heinz Kissinger” is better known as a geopolitical chess master of global diplomacy, his host actor is also one of the world’s greatest actors now living.
He is also, respectively, the hidden grandson, son, and sibling of a trio of men – Harry S. Truman (AKA Hollywood actor Jimmy Stewart/Prince Tassilo von Furstenberg), “Dwight D. Eisenhower” (AKA Hollywood executive Barry Diller/Prince Eduard Egon von Furstenberg), “Richard M. Nixon” (AKA Hollywood actor Warren Beatty) – who served as “president” of the US corporation.
Behind Kissinger’s carefully crafted public persona as a geopolitical mover and shaker hides a powerful Hollywood executive who, throughout his life, has worn many masks and donned a myriad of famous disguises, a man to whom the theatrical execution of Post-Modern Reality Simulation has become second nature.