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I am with Sir Creep on this one he is very old and has heart problems.I also think that he is too big a name to take off and risk embarrassment also.

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I am with Sir Creep and he is very old and has heart problems.I also think that he is too big a name to take off and risk embarrassment also.

 

Sir Creep is not on the list, is he?

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Ha that will teach me not to post on threads at 4am !

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I am with Sir Creep and he is very old and has heart problems.I also think that he is too big a name to take off and risk embarrassment also.

 

Sir Creep is not on the list, is he?

So long as I make the Drop 40 I'm ok with it.

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Let's hope this is the year for this disgusting murdering bastard. Something like an accidental electrocution would be most pleasing.

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Random trivia but I was reading about the chap who discovered Kissinger the other day, a rather anachronistic German named Fritz Kraemer:

 

 

https://books.google.com.au/books?id=6b7JMOdmD0MC&pg=PA142&lpg=PA142&dq=fritz+kraemer+junker+monocle&source=bl&ots=RarJyv8mDA&sig=zcF7cQeoFoWA6gqctBbxfU-JDiI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjUge-arqPLAhWBRpQKHcV7CC8Q6AEIGzAA#v=onepage&q=fritz%20kraemer%20junker%20monocle&f=false

 

 

Here is an image of the wannabe Prussian Junker/German royalist Kraemer who unleashed Kissinger on us all:

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Random trivia but I was reading about the chap who discovered Kissinger the other day, a rather anachronistic German named Fritz Kraemer:

 

 

https://books.google.com.au/books?id=6b7JMOdmD0MC&pg=PA142&lpg=PA142&dq=fritz+kraemer+junker+monocle&source=bl&ots=RarJyv8mDA&sig=zcF7cQeoFoWA6gqctBbxfU-JDiI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjUge-arqPLAhWBRpQKHcV7CC8Q6AEIGzAA#v=onepage&q=fritz%20kraemer%20junker%20monocle&f=false

 

 

Here is an image of the wannabe Prussian Junker/German royalist Kraemer who unleashed Kissinger on us all:

45227376_126028734255.jpg

He reminds of me of the old Nazi-guy from the James Bond movie "A view to a kill", with just a little bit of Dr. Strangelove in the mix.

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Random trivia but I was reading about the chap who discovered Kissinger the other day, a rather anachronistic German named Fritz Kraemer:

 

 

https://books.google.com.au/books?id=6b7JMOdmD0MC&pg=PA142&lpg=PA142&dq=fritz+kraemer+junker+monocle&source=bl&ots=RarJyv8mDA&sig=zcF7cQeoFoWA6gqctBbxfU-JDiI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjUge-arqPLAhWBRpQKHcV7CC8Q6AEIGzAA#v=onepage&q=fritz%20kraemer%20junker%20monocle&f=false

 

 

Here is an image of the wannabe Prussian Junker/German royalist Kraemer who unleashed Kissinger on us all:

45227376_126028734255.jpg

He reminds of me of the old Nazi-guy from the James Bond movie "A view to a kill", with just a little bit of Dr. Strangelove in the mix.

 

... And maybe a bit of Burgess Meredith's take on the Penguin too.

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Spoke last week about the Vietnam War:

 

http://www.twcnews.com/tx/austin/news/2016/04/26/henry-kissinger-speaks-at-lbj-library-as-part-of-vietnam-war-summit.html

 

He was happy to take questions from the public because it may be one of the last times he might be able to speak about this topic.

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93 today :birthday:

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Listed on front page as "Diplomat". This seems rather tame. How about "Destroyer of Small Nations"?

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Listed on front page as "Diplomat". This seems rather tame. How about "Destroyer of Small Nations"?

Maybe it's meant to be ironic ;)

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Listed on front page as "Diplomat". This seems rather tame. How about "Destroyer of Small Nations"?

Maybe it's meant to be ironic ;)

 

 

Deliberate understatement for comedic effect is a long standing British tradition.

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Someone put cotton wool and glasses on a prune, right?

 

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Someone put cotton wool and glasses on a prune, right?

 

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Someone put cotton wool and glasses on a prune, right?

 

 

More like a walnut, really.

 

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Someone put cotton wool and glasses on a prune, right?

 

 

More like a walnut, really.

 

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Aye, but not quite as good looking

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Someone put cotton wool and glasses on a prune, right?

 

 

More like a walnut, really.

 

walnut.png

 

 

 

Aye, but not quite as good looking

 

Using nutcrackers on him wouldn't go amiss.

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He looks like an American airplane poured napalm all over him.

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94 today! :birthday:

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I'm honestly surprised he's still playing politics at this age, considering he has some heart problems and he's really old.

 

Still thinks he's a great choice for someone who could die at any stage and be huge news.

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