New US Brzezinski NWO Strategy: Chaos for Chaos´Sake II. Middle East The Way to Destroy Russia

Abstract: Zbigniew Brzezinski, adviser to 5 US presidents including Obama, became US strategist  with his Grand Chessboard plan for the encirclement of Russia in the hope that this country would then disintegrate into its many ethnic states. The US has now  surrounded and isolated Russia from the West by sanctions.

Brzezinski now launches his 2nd phase of the strategy: “Toward a global realignment”.

As I understand this,  the plan is to use radical Islam to create massive chaos in the Middle East, so as to engage China and Russia in a brawl there of everybody against everybody – Islamists rebelling in Russia and China (the same US tactics that failed during the Russian invasion in Afghanistan), while the US is present but mostly letting the others do the fighting.
The US is to align with China as the least powerful of the two against Russia – as these the US and Russia are doomed to be eternal enemies.

Brzezinski brings 5 “truths” about the current situation with guidelines on how the US should behave in face of them.

The But is that the Russians have already seen through him – and probably will not participate  in this game, unless  this time the Americans succeed in bringing the Russian Muslim states to rebel.
Brzezinski’s strategy is very dangerous and entails the possibility of a confrontation between Russia and the US.

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Zbibrzezinskigniew Brzezinski, adviser of 5 US Presidents, among them Obama,  seems to have given up or achieved his Grand Chessboard Strategy to destroy Russia – which unchanged would inevitably lead to WWIII.

Now he launches his plan for total chaos to destroy Russia in the Middle East. But Even Brzezinski admits that Putin is too smart to play this game with – and therefore it will have to be implemented post Putin. Maybe Brzezinski will have influence on when that will be?

Brzezinski has published his strategy “Toward a Global Realignment”

US-declineZbigniew Brzezinski,The American Interest 17 April 2016:  As its era of global dominance ends, the United States needs to take the lead in realigning the global power architecture.

Five basic verities regarding the emerging redistribution of global political power and the violent political awakening in the Middle East are signalling the coming of a new global realignment.

1.The first of these verities is that the United States is still the world’s politically, economically, and militarily most powerful entity but, it is no longer the globally imperial power.
EU-Putin2.The second verity is that Russia is experiencing the latest convulsive phase of its imperial devolution. Russia is not fatally precluded – if it acts wisely – from becoming eventually a leading European nation-state.
3: The third verity is that China is rising steadily, if more slowly as of late, as America’s eventual coequal and likely rival.
obama-merkel4: The fourth verity is that Europe is not now and is not likely to become a global power. But it can play a constructive role in taking the lead in regard to transnational threats to global wellbeing and even human survival.
5: The fifth verity is that the currently violent political awakening among post-colonial Muslims is, in part, a belated reaction to their occasionally brutal suppression mostly by European powers. But at the same time,  the recent welling up of historical grievances is also divisive within Islam.

Syria-2011US-Leadership 2014 in Syria. Libya looked the same way in 2011. And Iraq in 2003 – and today thanks to US´ ISIS. An air attack just killed at least 11 patients and 3 doctors in a Hospital in Aleppo, Syrien.

Taken together as a unified framework, these five verities tell us that the United States must take the lead in realigning the global power architecture in such a way that the violence erupting within and occasionally projected beyond the Muslim world can be contained without destroying the global order.

First, America 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. To enable such a coalition to take shape, Russia must first be discouraged from its reliance on the unilateral use of force against its own neighbors, and China should be disabused of the idea that selfish passivity in the face of the rising regional crisis in the Middle East will prove to be politically and economically rewarding to its ambitions in the global arena.

Second, Russia is becoming for the first time in its history a truly national state.
Russia’s own future depends on its ability to become a major and influential nation-state that is part of a unifying Europe.
Not to do so could have dramatically negative consequences for Russia’s ability to withstand growing territorial-demographic pressure from China.

Thirdly, the best political prospect for China in the near future is to become America’s principal partner in containing global chaos of the sort that is spreading outward (including to the northeast) from the Middle East. If it is not contained, it will contaminate Russia’s southern and eastern territories as well as the western portions of China.

Fourth, tolerable stability will not return to the Middle East as long as local armed military formations can calculate that they can be simultaneously the beneficiaries of a territorial realignment while selectively abetting extreme violence. Their ability to act in a savage manner can only be contained by increasingly effectivebut also selective— pressure derived from a base of U.S.-Russian-Chinese cooperation that, in turn, enhances the prospects for the responsible use of force by the region’s more established states (namely, Iran, Turkey, Israel, and Egypt).

isis-ciaFifth, special attention should be focused on the non-Western world’s newly politically aroused masses. Long-repressed political memories are fuelling in large part the sudden and very explosive awakening energized by Islamic extremists in the Middle East, but what is happening in the Middle East today may be just the beginning of a wider phenomenon to come out of Africa, Asia, and even among the pre-colonial peoples of the Western Hemisphere in the years ahead.
Then Brzezinski brings incredible figures for Western massacres in the 3. world.

A comprehensive U.S. pullout from the Muslim world favored by domestic isolationists, could give rise to new wars (for example, Israel vs. Iran, Saudi Arabia vs. Iran, a major Egyptian intervention in Libya) and would generate an even deeper crisis of confidence in America’s globally stabilizing role.

putin-ga-gaA constructive U.S. policy  must seek outcomes that promote the gradual realization in Russia (probably post-Putin) that its only place as an influential world power is ultimately within Europe.
China’s increasing role in the Middle East should reflect the reciprocal American and Chinese realization that a growing U.S.-PRC partnership in coping with the Middle Eastern crisis is an historically significant test of their ability to shape and enhance together wider global stability.

The alternative to a constructive vision, and especially the quest for a one-sided militarily and ideologically imposed outcome, can only result in prolonged and self-destructive futility. For America, that could entail enduring conflict, fatigue, and conceivably even a demoralizing withdrawal to its pre-20th century isolationism.
For Russia, it could mean major defeat, increasing the likelihood of subordination in some fashion to Chinese predominance.
For China, it could portend war not only with the United States but also, perhaps separately, with either Japan or India or with both.

While no state is likely in the near future to match America’s economic-financial superiority, new weapons systems could suddenly endow some countries with the means to commit suicide in a joint tit-for-tat embrace with the United States, or even to prevail.
China-USWithout going into speculative detail, the sudden acquisition by some state of the capacity to render America militarily broadly inferior would spell the end of America’s global role. The result would most probably be global chaos. And that is why it behooves the United States to fashion a policy in which at least one of the two potentially threatening states becomes a partner in the quest for regional and then wider global stability, and thus in containing the least predictable but potentially the most likely rival to overreach. Currently, the more likely to overreach is Russia, but in the longer run it could be China.

But the Russians have looked through the ruse.
Katehon (Russian Think Tank) 21 Apr. 2016:  In other words, Brzezinski offers the following strategy, where the Middle East is playing a key role:

To foment chaos and war in the region, relying on the strength of “global democratic awakening.”
russia-china2. Declare war on terrorism and to shift the burden onto Russia and China, drawing them into a hopeless conflict in the region.
3. Maintain or even increase its military presence under the pretext of preserving stability in the Middle East.

The main actors in the crisis in the Middle East chessboard of Eurasia – Russia, China, Iran, Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Europe, and Saudi Arabia – are invited to participate in it. The pretext is that they are all interested in resolving the conflict, but in fact it will only lead to a conflict of interest and increase the chaos.

The US is separated from the conflict region by the Atlantic Ocean. Thus, the US can afford to play at two tables at once – to covertly support extremists and combat terrorism, drawing Russia and China into the conflict and subsequently weakening the Islamic world as well.

russia-enemyAmerica hopes to use the US-grown Islamic extremists to re-engage Russia into their orbit, as has been noted – probably post-Putin. It will be the threat of Islamism that will be used in order to engage Russia in an America-centric system. Brzezinski openly declared that this pro-Western strategy relies on Russian nationalism, or on Russia’s transition from the Byzantine imperial expansionist ideology to the concept of Russian national bourgeois European states as part of the Western world:

It is significant that Brzezinski, in accordance with the classical geopolitical tradition, considers the main US enemy to be Russia, not China:

Brzezinski’s analysis is based on a manipulation of facts and outright lies, designed to hide the rough edges of his vision.

Here is the factor Brzezinski & Co have established to cause the quagmire of brawl and chaos he sees as a necessity to save the US world domination and the destruction of Russia into small states. This is a video taken from a camera in the helmet of an ISIS warrior who died fighting the Pergamesh in March.

Comment
This is complicated and probably still part of the Grand Chessboard strategy to dissolve Russia into small states – now without direct US-Russian clash in the first place.

As I understand this,  the plan is to use radical Islam to create massive chaos in the Middle East, so as to engage China and Russia in a brawl there of everybody against everybody – Islamists rebelling in Russia and China (the same US tactics that failed during the Russian invasion in Afghanistan), while the US is present but mostly letting the others do the fighting.
The US is to align with China as the least powerful of the two against Russia – as these the US and Russia are doomed to be eternal enemies.

But Brzezinski is also adviser  to the International Crisis Group.  –
Wikispooks  At the beginning of the ICG, funding was mainly from co-founder (Rothschild agent) George Soros. ICG has an Advisory Council, which includes corporations like Chevron and Shell, as well as one member who is listed on its website as “Anonymous”. Crisis Group has been criticised for serving the interests of its corporate and government funders.
This ICG  has relations with the US government´s  RAND Corporation via Carl Bildt  and Rockefeller´s/Brzezinski´s  Trilateral Commission via Danish Lykke Friis – both on the ICG board.

Global Res. 27 Apr. 2016: With leaders all over the world on the take for millions, the defense industry has spawned a global business that profits from war, supports corruption everywhere, and must, for its survival, fan the flames of civil wars and global conflict.
As a member of the African National Congress in South Africa, Feinstein saw first hand how the corruption and payoffs worked — and their grim consequences:
Within five years of the advent of our democracy, our country decided to spend $10 billion on weapons that we didn’t need, that we barely used, and the primary reason for that was that $300 millions in bribes were paid. And it had a profound effect of South Africa’s democracy. Feinstein has many more horror stories — the worst of which involves former US Vice President Dick Cheney.

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