Friday, December 17, 2010


The New York Times's Clyde Haberman weighs in on the White House tape recording, opened last week by the Nixon library, in which Henry Kissinger raises the hypothetical specter of a Soviet holocaust against Jews:
“Despicable,” “callous,” “revulsion,” “hypocrite,” “chilling” and “shocking” were a few of the words used this week by some leaders of Jewish organizations and by newspapers that focus on Jewish matters.
And yet would Richard Nixon and Kissinger really have stood by and let such an event occur? Inconceivable.

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