Born in Warsaw, Poland, in March 28, 1928 (died May 26, 2017), according to official biography. Other sources speculate that he was actually born in a Polish Consulate in the Ukrainian town of Kharkov, which at the time was part of the USSR, but his parents registered him as having been born in Poland and not the Soviet Union. He graduated from Harvard with a PhD in political science with a thesis on the formation of a totalitarian system in the USSR – and became author of a global strategy on anti-Communism and the concept of a new form of American hegemony. He was probably most known for being the national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter in the tumultuous years of the Iran hostage crisis and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the late 1970s. He was less known for being a considerable influence in global affairs, both before and long after his official tour of duty in the White House. Despite whitewashing much of Brzezinski’s career, the New York Times admits that he had a lot of fingers in a lot of pies on the global stage and meddled in international affairs. He was accused of being the puppet master and the real power behind Obama’s 8 year presidency, a period when America advanced the New World Order agenda, probably more than under any other president.
Plenty of sources have been written declaring him as an architect of the “New World Order”, a “Grey Cardinal” and the Evil Spirit behind 5 US Presidents. One of the most “important” contributions of Brzezinski was when he founded The Trilateral Commission, in 1973 together with David Rockefeller. The Trilateral Commission embarked on a New International Economic Order based on Technocracy. Brzezinski called this the “Technetronic Era” in his 1970 book, Between Two Ages. Perhaps to most people’s surprise, Brzezinski was also the architect of Al-queda and the Taliban.
Brzezinski inadvertently helped create Al-Qaeda, when he convinced President Carter that running a secret CIA program to launch a proxy-war against the USSR-backed Afghan government was going to “induce a Soviet military intervention.”
“We didn’t push the Russians to intervene, but we knowingly increased the probability that they would,” he said in a 1998 interview with Le Nouvel Observateur.
“The day that the Soviets officially crossed the border, I wrote to President Carter, essentially: ‘We now have the opportunity of giving to the USSR its Vietnam war.’”
“That secret operation was an excellent idea. It had the effect of drawing the Russians into the Afghan trap and you want me to regret it?” he told the interviewer.
“What is more important in world history? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some agitated Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?”
“The defeat and collapse of the Soviet Union was the final step in the rapid ascendance of a Western Hemisphere power, the United States, as the sole and, indeed, the first truly global power,” Brzezinski wrote in his 1998 book The Grand Chessboard.
However, in one of his latest articles in the American Interest journal the Polish-born diplomat asserted the US is “no longer the globally imperial power” and “can only be effective in dealing with the current Middle Eastern violence if it forges a coalition that involves, in varying degrees, also Russia and China.”
Arming the Mujahideen in Afghanistan to bleed the Soviets, transforming Iran into an anti-Western republic, and the brokering of the Camp David Accords – are among the best known outcomes of his strategies. He supported billions in military aid for Islamic militants (Al-queda) in Afghanistan when they were fighting the Soviet union, as this video explains:
Listen to this lecture on the Technetronic Era and The Trilateral Commission by Patrick Wood for a better understanding of Brzezinski positions and influence:
He spoke quite openly about his vision for the globalized world. A few of his books we’d recommended is The Grand Chessboard (audiobook) and Between Two Ages: Americas Role in the Technotronic Era (audiobook). A key point is that despite all of Zbigniew’s nefarious meddling behind the scenes, he recognized that – ever since the age of the internet – the globalists have been losing ground. He was fearful of the ongoing political awakening, mostly because it made his job of internationalizing the world difficult:
There is a lot more to Zbigniew’s work, but it seems that the positive trend of Nationalism and the rise of the anti-Globalist movement had people like Brzezinski and his cohorts on the run. Just last year it was revealed that Brzezinski was giving up on the idea of empire and instead started talking about a “Global Realignment,” whatever the hell that is supposed to mean. We can conclude with saying that the world will most likely be a much better place without Brzezinski’s meddling. He created nothing but instability for the nations and the people within those nations.
Additional info on Brzezinski:
- VIDEO: Webster Tarpley on Zbigniew Brzezinski pt. 1
- VIDEO: Webster Tarpley on Zbigniew Brzezinski
- VIDEO: Meet Zbigniew Brzizinski, Conspiracy Theorist
- VIDEO: Zbigniew’s Grand Chessboard breakdown (Alex Jones)
Chronological History of Events Involving Zbigniew Brzezinski
Zbigniew Brzinski’s Chatham House Speech: “Today It Is Infinitely Easier to Kill a Million People, Than to Control a Million People.”
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter’s Advisor, Admits that He Was Responsible for Instigating Aid to the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan Causing the Soviets to Invade