The Plain Truth – 1975 March 8

The Plain Truth - 1975 March 8 - Herbert W. Armstrong

Dr. Kissinger’s Gloomy Vision

The man the Gallup Poll says is the most admired in the world, Henry Kissinger, takes a very dim view of the future. “As a historian,” he has said, “you would now have to predict that our kind of society would very probably not last much longer.” The words of the American Secretary of State reflect a dour appraisal of the world’s ultimate destiny.

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