quote by George Galloway

Henry Kissinger is the greatest living war criminal in the world today, with the blood of millions of people in Vietnam and Cambodia and Laos and Chile and East Timor on his hands. He will never appear in a court or be behind bars.

— George Galloway

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There's what we did wrong and what we did right.

The mistake is that we did some things against the people - by us and also by the enemy - but the other side, as I told you, is that without our struggle there would be no Cambodia right now.

When I die, my only wish is that Cambodia remain Cambodia and belong to the West. It is over for communism, and I want to stress that.

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Yet, only years after the Nazi-era, millions were sent to their deaths in places such as Cambodia, Bosnia and Rwanda, and the world once again took too long to act.

Let me reassure that the Kingdom of Cambodia a country with independence, neutrality, peace, freedom, democracy and human rights as you all have seen, shall be existing with no end.

The Vietnamese... wanted to assassinate me because they knew without me they could easily swallow up Cambodia.

Other human rights atrocities from African slavery to the killing fields of Cambodia, the Armenian and Rwandan Genocides are all of course to be remembered, but diluting their particularity or comparing degrees of evil does no good.

I certainly think that another Holocaust can happen again.

It did already occur; think of Cambodia, Rwanda, and Bosnia.

John Foster Dulles had called on me in his capacity as Secretary of State, and he had exhausted every argument to persuade me to place Cambodia under the protection of the South East Asia Treaty Organization.

I don't consider myself a politician or a hero.

I'm a messenger. If Cambodia is to survive, she needs many voices.

From the Soviet gulag to the Nazi concentration camps and the killing fields of Cambodia, history teaches that granting the state legal authority to kill innocent individuals has dreadful consequences.

Cambodia was not a mistake; it was a crime. The world is diminished by the experience.

I felt beautiful when I was in Cambodia for Tomb Raider.

I was sweaty, and my hair was matted and all over the place. And I was happy and hot and accomplishing a lot and running around, and I could feel my heart beating, and I felt beautiful.

Cambodia wanted no part of SEATO. We would look after ourselves as neutrals and Buddhists.

I have lived 78 years without hearing of bloody places like Cambodia.

I'm quite satisfied on one thing: If we had not carried out our struggle, Cambodia would have become another Kampuchea Krom in 1975.

The atrocities in Cambodia are a direct and understandable response to the violence of the imperial system.

Millions also perished in the Chinese camps, and there have been terrible genocides in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Cambodia possesses now the rights to look far into the future and everything for making a future construction is waiting for the Cambodian own efforts.

I would hate to have "Holiday in Cambodia" become as tiresome to other people as hearing "Like a Rock" in a Chevrolet commercial.

[Nixon] wants a massive bombing campaign in Cambodia.

He doesn't want to hear anything about it. It's an order, to be done. Anything that flies on anything that moves.

With 'swift-boating' now being used by the ignorant as a synonym for false charges, it's worth remembering that it was John Kerry who had to retract his statement about his secret Christmas mission to Cambodia, despite it having allegedly been 'seared, seared' into his memory.

I am now concerned with women's issues in a different way: women from Afghanistan, from Cambodia.

There are a lot of recent pics of me rocking silk strings of beads.

They're made by survivors of the sex trade in Cambodia who were rescued by one of the organizations I support.

Everyone's a singer now, thanks to karaoke, for better and for much worse.

But the live band is now becoming ancient history in Thailand, Cambodia, and Burma.

I can tell you exactly where the economy is going.

It's going to China, Honduras, Guatemala, Cambodia, Vietnam, Cipan, and any other place where you can pay people peanuts and have them work like dogs.

The events that followed our withdrawal from Vietnam, including the plight of the boat people and the more than 1 million slaughtered by the new communist rulers of Cambodia, showed that media critics who said we were on the wrong side were mistaken.

From 1965 to 1973, more munitions fell on Cambodia than on all of World War II Japan, including the two nuclear bombs of August 1945.

Perhaps the greatest danger of our global community is that the person in LA thinks he knows Cambodia because he's seen The Killing Fields on-screen, and the newcomer from Cambodia thinks he knows LA because he's seen City of Angels on video.

A government that intended to protect the liberty of the people would not disarm them. A government planning the opposite most certainly and logically would disarm them. And so it has been in this century. Check out the history of Germany, the Soviet Union, Cuba, China and Cambodia.

I look and there's our boy from Vietnam and our daughter from Ethiopia, and our girl was born in Namibia, and our son is from Cambodia, and they're brothers and sisters, man. They're brothers and sisters and it's a sight for elation.

The worst eras in human history, whether in Cambodia or Germany or Rwanda, they start like this, with negative Otherizing.

But, you know, I just did a big trip in the spring to Vietnam and Cambodia and Thailand, and that's when I bought a Kindle. I have like 15 books on this one little gizmo. But when I came home, the first night I picked up the book that was on my nightstand and I went right back to that.

It seems to be that when these communist regimes take over - if you look at the example of Vietnam or Cambodia or Nicaragua - that even in conditions of peace they don't seem to be able to figure out how to support their people, and the human suffering is enormous.

The fact that you had disruptions in the peace process was not only in Rwanda.

We had the same problem in Cambodia, we had the same problem in Mozambique, we had the same problem in Salvador.