Henry Kissinger Named as a Soviet Agent

Henry Kissinger Named as a Soviet Agent
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ALEKSEI NICHOLAEVICH ROMANOFF, WHO OPERATED UNDER THE COVER NAME MICHAL GOLENIEWSKI, has revealed with documentation the fact that Secretary of State Henry A. Kissenger was, under a code name a member of a secret unit of Communist Intelligence.

The true identity of Aleksei as the heir to the all Russian Imperial Throne is known to the governments of the United States, Great Britain and other countries. Nine years ago the Herald of Freedom published two issues containing documentation in support of his identity Included in this documentation were numerous supporting statements from reliable sources. No one in government, of those who know his identity, has ever denied it.

On June 11, 1971 the New York Daily Mirror announced the exclusive publication of “Reminiscence and Observations by H. J. H. Aleksei Nicholaevich Romanoff, heir to All‑Russian Imperial Throne, Tsarevich and Grand Duke of Russia, and head of Russian Imperial House.” In introducing him as a columnist the Daily Mirror stated: “Herman F. Kimsey, former Chief of Research & Analysis of the Headquarters of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, in an affidavit signed June 3, 1965, said,

‘I am convinced and I continue to be convinced, that the person referred to as Col. Goleniewski is in fact the and Grand Duke Aleksei Nicholaevich Romanoff of Russia, and son of Emperor Nicholai II of Russia.’