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Monday, July 22, 2019

Henry Kissinger, in riposte to Trump, announces he will go back to Germany

Henry Kissinger (aka Heinz Alfred Kissinger) fled Nazi Germany in 1938 and was naturalized as a US citizen in 1943 while serving in the US Army. Despite failing to lose his heavy German accent, he had a successful career as Harvard professor, National Security Advisor and Secretary of State in his adopted country.

CIB breaking fake news, New York-- In response to Unprecedented Donald Trump's call for four Democratic congresswomen to "go back" to their countries of origin, elder statesman Henry Kissinger has just announced that he will permanently resettle in his native Germany.

Kissinger stated that while he and his family fled Germany in 1938 to escape fascism, he has no desire to continue living in a country that is now subject to reality-TV fascism.

"I prefer the genuine article," Kissinger told our correspondent. "If it's our fate to go back through this shithole, I'd rather spend my last years with the masters rather than the apprentices. The rise of Germany's Alternative für Deutschland and the end of the postwar "Schuldkult" should prove exciting."