Editor: Sit through the entire video. Take notes on the issues brought up. This is a rare opportunity, nobody could say these things and survive but Brzezinski. It is so rare finding our publication, one considered “edgy” so “dead on” with one of the world’s top poliitical advisors, and not for the first time. VT as an international publication exists to define America’s global role, proving we are not a nation of dupes and conspiracy freaks, the position the mainstream media has sold to the world for years.
Ambushing MSNBC, Zbigniew Brzezinski Lays Out A Foundation For Real Americans
I want to thank Debbie Menon of our Middle East Bureau for landing this on my desk this morning. This is the most important political policy statement made by any American in years.
Brzezinski, a director of the Council on Foreign Relations, is by far, the “brightest bulb” America has.
This is the only statement of its kind that lays out issues of American and EU security, that speaks honestly about Israel and Palestine and addresses the Pakistani situation.
He goes two steps further, taking America’s poltical “loonies” as he calls them “to the woodshed” and, avoiding the term “class war,” speaks of the real violence of poverty, of the real extremism from above, the top 1% looting the world and what it will cost us all.
Catching readers on the underside of the video. Save the article. We are going to be working with this video a bit more this week and I hope to be discussing it on radio and TV, if allowed. If you don’t mind, I would take a minute or two to bring out a few of the issues here that caught my eye.
First of all, over the last week or two, I have been addressing American Jews. VT already has a huge readership in Israel, seen by some as the voice of the anti-Netanyahu political parties and others as excessively pro-Palestinian.
Two points Brzezinski makes fit together too well. Israel is certainly more isolated than any time since 1948. At that time, Ben Guirion’s military expertise and considerable backing allowed Israel to assume a 5 to 1 advantage over her Arab foes. The issue then, the issue driving that conflict, one repeated on a variety of scales, one misrepresented in history is the fate of the Palestinian people.
Trust me on this.
Israel has to make the deal with the least offensive organization it can, a rare opportunity. The Gaza wall has to come down and “right of return” has to be established. Palestinians have to be able to return to their land. Opposing the UN vote is insanity, there is nothing to win and everything to lose.
The issue is not blame, not war crimes but of restoring hope for some and building a future for the region, everyone in the region, a future that doesn’t require a huge mercenary army and nuclear weapons to guarantee.
A generation of Israeli’s are facing the uncertainty this brings. The warnings of Netanyahu, mass murder and terrorism are bunkum. However, the challenge is great, mistakes have to be redressed, mistakes too many are totally unaware of and a solution has to be negotiated. The United States is the only power, backed by the new “populist” regimes of the region, a real source of uncertainty, the EU, Russia and China, in underwriting the solution. Saudi and Gulf money are part of it.
As stated by Brzezinski, Iran has to be brought to the table over a long term solution to the Afghan war.
However, it isn’t about Afghanistan, it has always been about Paksitan. The solution the British chose for the region in 1947 was meant to cause what we are seeing today, a solution formultated by ignorance and ill will.
The region is going to require a trade and development scheme spreading from China to Iran, north into the “stans,” the republics of the former Soviet Union, a solution respecting the aspirations of the people of the region, every ethnic group, not just those militarized through the Taliban, offering each a share in regional prosperity.
The poverty Brzezinski talks about in America, 46 million poor while millionaires paying no taxes party on, decades of senseless economic policy of debt, war, borrowing and insanity, backed even further by the “lunacy” of the worst pack of Republican candidates we have ever seen…
No wonder Dick Cheney has asked Hillary Clinton to offer a primary challenge to President Obama. As Obama has finally begun to take the grips of state, offending Israel with realistic foreign policy and demanding that wealthy Americans begin paying for their decades of failed “Reaganomics” free ride, Cheney, biggest lunatic of them all, works to divide.
The real vulnerability of America is the insanity of the United States Supreme Court, as pointed out by former President Jimmie Carter this week.
Allowing corporate money, let’s be honest, a flood of drug money, “cartel money” to flow into the Tea Party, flow into the “lunatics” Brzezinski describes, and this is where all this money is going, joined by the massive power of the Israeli lobby, will, in the end, as Brzezinski describes, bring down, not just America but Israel as well.
Generations of American Jewish political tradition have been thrown aside for the extremism of greed and the extremist policies of the worst government in Israel’s history. However, with Israel isolated and new governments, increasingly hostile surrounding them for the first real time in Israel’s history of “crying wolf,” it is time for moral decisions, for real consideration of Israel’s survival as the state it was always intended to be, certainly not a Jewish state, and for a return to intelligent policy where America can take on an international role long abandoned because of the degeneration of domestic politics.
American Jews should note, the Israel lobby in the United States doesn’t like Jewish candidates. Jews aren’t politically extremist enough for them.
We are challenged as never before with real problems of survival. I contend that 9/11 represented the overthrow of the American government by an international cabal intent on destabilizing Central Asia for drugs, first drugs, then oil, then war profiteering while the world’s currencies, particularly the dollar and euro, were destroyed. The pattern of assault during the “W” Bush era is clear but there has yet to be a real look at the criminality within the European Union as well. “Greece” was not an accident nor is the debt crisis in Italy or the one in France that is being hidden from
I recently returned from meetings in Nigeria. While there, I had broad discussions, security, terrorism but mostly economic issues. I have talked little of this. My message to the new president was that he had 100 days to begin delivering hope to the people of Nigeria. I warned that car bombings would begin in Abuja, I told his Chief of Security why, even where.
Despite a sea of oil and gas, Nigeria is flat broke. I brought in promises of international credit but only based on realistic development plans. First among these was electric power. We had to “turn on the lights” across the country, using equipment rusting away for 5 years, billions of dollars of it paid for and abandoned by an earlier regime. Civil war is a real issue in Nigeria and political feelings there, in a nation of nearly 200 million, run high.
Poverty there is at near unbelievable levels and few have any hope.
The hundred days is over. The teams are ready to install power generation equipment, investors stand ready to bring in new industry but, as with the United States and the Obama government, simply taking office doesn’t mean you can rule. Powerful people want Nigeria to fail, want a civil war, profit by poverty and ignorance, not just in Nigeria but Pakistan as well and even in the United States.
Thus, when some spoke of Gaddafi, who delivered millions in development funds while billions disappeared as a “hero,” by some standards they were correct. Many do nothing at all.
I can go to Nigeria and point fingers, at this general or that minister, at this or that failure but if you want to see failure, come to America. See 15 trillion dollars in debt, see wars a decade old started by a phony terrorist attack, and categorically, 9/11 was a false flag attack engineered by lunatics within our own system exactly as Osama bin Laden told us so long ago.
The secrets of our past are all coming out. Americans are no longer remaining silent. Two days ago I sat through a briefing on the 1986 attack on Libya. American teams, Special Forces, were brought in to “paint” targets. Gaddafi knew. He knew of the attack in advance. The whole thing was theatre, a ruse, as were the club bombings in Berlin and the Lockerbie crash.
As was 9/11. It is all coming out, it can’t be stopped. Those of the “secret world’ are no longer remaining silent.
What is Brzezinski telling us? He isn’t calling it “class war.” However, this is very much what it is. Picture a divorce court. Two lawyers scream insults at each other while their clients rage and sulk. Then the lawyers, the lawyers and the judge go to lunch together as they do every day and laugh.
It was all theatre.
The victims are those who believe, believe the Tea Party, believe Netanyahu, believe those who say taxing corporations will destroy the world, believe gas and oil pricing isn’t manipulated.
Believe that 30 million illegal immigrants couldn’t walk into the United States, half of them during the last Bush administration without the planning and approval of the US Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Manufacturers, the “union buster’ wing of the Republican party.
Illegal immigrants exist politically for one reason, to destroy labor. As for their other costs? The rich who pay no taxes could care less. It is all theatre like the truck loads of dope brought in from Mexico, blamed on cartels we really know are headquartered in Washington, the same cartels bringing planeloads of heroin into Europe and America and trucks of heroin into Russia, also headquartered in Washington.
Half the leaders of these cartels are serving officers in our military and CIA, the rest, members of congress. I am not guessing on this, the proof is there and requires very little digging.
The dollar amounts are in the tens of billions and are buying governments across America, congressional races, judgeships, police departments, we all know the story, it is an old one oft repeated.
Today, Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter’s former National Security Advisor, a director of the oft maligned Council on Foreign Relations, spoke a wealth of truth and offered real solutions. He spoke of hope that Americans would come to their senses.
I hope he is right.