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America and the World by Zbigniew Brzeziński
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Feb 08, 2009

did not like it
Read in March, 2009

Ah yes, a fake phony staged candid interview published for the semi-literate masses to consume. Perfect for the NPR, PBS Frontline crowd to drop into conversation.

This book wasn't worthless but the idea that these guys are giving you the straight scoop is laughable.

For example, Brzezinski talks alot about Al-Qaeda and Muslim terrorists and how they are a problem yadda yadda yadda. He fails to mention that he funded and promoted Al-Qaeda in 1979 to radicalize the Muslims in Afghanistan before the Russians invaded. He also funded and groomed Osama bin Laden as a CIA asset.

Here is a picture of our buddy Zbigniew and Osama BFF.


So when Zbigniew says anything bear in mind that this guys main strategy is to play both sides against the middle.

As far as Scrowcroft is concerned, he plays a supporting role in these conversations. I did find it interesting that he admited that he was in the flying command bunker on 9/11 and involved in conversations with Bush and Cheney. So the notion that these are just kindly old gentlemen with no involvement in the current administrations is absurd.

If you read any of the information about the Sibel Edmonds case, Scowcroft plays a big role in the behind the scenes financing of 9/11.

The middle part of the book implies that the US will move towards a detente with Iran and move away from Israel.

The last part of the book is the heart of the matter, global climate change hype, we need to get rid of national sovereignty, etc...

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OMG! Is that picture real?

Nate Brown That picture of Bin Laden and Brzezinski is fake, as argued here: http://www.911myths.com/index.php/Bin...

There's also no evidence the CIA funded Bin Laden. Yes, they funded the mujahadeen but they were not synonymous with Bin Laden or Al Qaeda.

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