Jeff Danziger by Jeff Danziger

Jeff Danziger

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  1. SwimsWithSharks

    SwimsWithSharks GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    Spot on, Danziger. Harvard bungled the cover-up of its cheating scandal.

    These are the people we put in power in government and industry. No wonder our system is crumbling from corruption.

  2. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, over 3 years ago

    Sigh. And this is the so-called bastion of liberalism? Yeah, right.

  3. Joe boyle

    Joe boyle said, over 3 years ago

    Yes, Danziger can criticize liberals…but can the Right criticize their own nutcases? Nope!

  4. spyderred

    spyderred said, over 3 years ago

    Joe that’s because on the right no one can tell the difference.

  5. Newshound41

    Newshound41 said, over 3 years ago

    For those who do not get historical reference, Kissinger was notorious for wiretapping the home phones of his subordinates to check for leaks to the press, when he was the National Security Adviser.

  6. Rickapolis

    Rickapolis said, over 3 years ago

    Do I see the ghost of Richard Nixon swirling around in the background?

  7. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago


    “For those who do not get historical reference.”

    Thanks newshound, I had forgotten about that and I lived through it. I guess that makes Kissinger a real frontrunner, they didn’t even have the Patriot Act to rationalize their aberrant behavior as our government does today. I guess we consider that progress???

  8. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    Kissinger, the second worst National Security Advisor in history.

  9. mikefive

    mikefive said, over 3 years ago


    History thinks otherwise.

  10. Radish

    Radish GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago


    In the words of Hitchens, Kissinger deserves prosecution “for war crimes, for crimes against humanity, and for offenses against common or customary or international law, including conspiracy to commit murder, kidnap, and torture.” He further calls him “a stupendous liar with a remarkable memory.”
    President Richard M. Nixon and Henry A. Kissinger, who served as his national security advisor and Secretary of State, supported a right-wing coup in Chile in the early 1970s, previously declassified documents show.
    In the fall of 1968, Richard Nixon and some of his emissaries and underlings set out to sabotage the Paris peace negotiations on Vietnam. The means they chose were simple: they privately assured the South Vietnamese military rulers that an incoming Republican regime would offer them a better deal than would a Democratic one. In this way, they undercut both the talks themselves and the electoral strategy of Vice President Hubert Humphrey. The tactic “worked,” in that the South Vietnamese junta withdrew from the talks on the eve of the election, thereby destroying the peace initiative on which the Democrats had based their campaign.
    The chief beneficiary of the covert action, and of the subsequent slaughter, was Henry Kissinger.
    Kissinger’s recruitment and betrayal of the Iraqi Kurds, who were falsely encouraged by him to take up arms against Saddam Hussein in 1972-75, and who were then abandoned to extermination on their hillsides when Saddam Hussein made a diplomatic deal with the Shah of Iran, and who were deliberately lied to as well as abandoned.
    Kissinger’s orchestration of political and military and diplomatic cover for apartheid in South Africa presents us with a morally repulsive record and includes the appalling consequences of the destabilization of Angola.
    Kissinger’s chairmanship of the Presidential Commission on Central America in the early 1980s, which was staffed by Oliver North and which whitewashed death-squad activity on the isthmus. Or about the political protection provided by Kissinger, while in office, for the Pahlavi dynasty in Iran and its machinery of torture and repression.

  11. Jase99

    Jase99 GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    If I were going to leak a story to the press exposing my employer for wrongdoing, I’d go out and spend $15-$30 on a prepaid phone to prevent anyone from tracing it back to my established numbers. I’d like to think members of Harvard staff would be smart enough to do the same.

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