In 1971, Kissinger backed Pakistan in its war against Bangladesh despite evidence of massacre and rape. In ‘73, he orchestrated a military coup against the democratically elected Allende regime of Chile, installing in its stead the violently oppressive Pinochet dictatorship. And in ‘75, the then-Secretary of State lent his tacit support to President Suharto of Indonesia―himself a despot already responsible for the mass killings of hundreds of thousands―in the deadly conquest of East Timor. Kissinger himself, in proposing an intervention in Cyprus, summed up his philosophy best: “The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”
Appalling though this all may be, Kissinger’s most enduring legacy is subtler in its malignance. The foreign policy of Henry Kissinger is defined, above all, by an utter contempt for human life and absolute pursuit of “American interests.” For every one of Kissinger’s crimes that goes unpunished and for every bit of praise he receives, the belief that the United States can do whatever it wants with the rest of the world is further concretized. Behind every thoughtless, disastrous intervention since then―behind the mujahideen and the Contras, behind the Iraq war and the El Mozote Massacre―is the work of Henry Kissinger.
Or, we could be focused on Pompeo's CIA statement in a letter to Harvard officials. "Wikileaks is an enemy of the United States." What exactly does that statement mean? Is that like saying that 'Truth' is an enemy of the United States? Isn't that why Chelsea went to prison, for telling the truth... Or did she lie?
Or, one could look at the legal aspects of Chelsea's 35 year prison sentence - the long illegal imprisonment even before having a trial. The 'trial' completely ignored 'due process' and the 'guilty verdict' was preordained. If 'justice is blind' it is because we poked out both of her eyes.
In three incidents concentrated within 20 minutes, helicopter snipers (firing 30mm cannons, bullets nearly two inches wide) shot the journalists, killed at least 12 civilians, fired on a man crawling for cover and fired on a van, killing two children, and fired a rocket at a building where people had run for cover. They acted with approval of their higher-ups. None of the people killed were militants.
This incident was revealed in the video Collateral Murder, given to WikiLeaks by Pvt. Bradley Manning"