Brzezinski on the Afghan war
Pt1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfikRg2jE6oBrzezinski and the Afghan War
Pt2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGjAsQJh7OMZbigniew Brzezinski on Iran
We all know that Brzezinski is a smart fellow but he's a louzy liar. Main Reason for Iraq and Afghanistan and later Iran is encircling China and preventing it to get connection via oil pipelines with Iran.
U.S.A gave Pakistan the Nukes.
Remember that the core of Brzezinski 's policies are still the ol 17th Century ideas of Hobbes (Homo Homini Lupus) and Machiavellian ideas together with the Roman Empire strategy of Divide et impera.Also See
:Zbigniew Brzezinski Chatham House Speech November 2008http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=81913.0Transcript Excerpt Zbigniew Brzezinskis Chatham House Speech November 2008 about the Situation with Iran
"What will be needed however is with a withdrawal is a serious dialog with all of Iraks neighbors.
About the security consequences of American withdrawal and the consequences for them.
And not a single one of them can envisage benefiting from unrest in Irak without IT spilling over into it's own territory.
Just look at demographics and the geography of the region.
And in such a dialog in the context of withdrawal has change of being constructive.
And that brings to the third aspect, namely:
If there is such dialog it will help to negotiate with Iran about it's nuclear problem.
And we have to negotiate seriously which means changing our posture.
Abandoning what is the current American posture which is that we negotiate after the Iranians make fundamental concession as precondition to negotiations.
And that is not a way to achieve a negotiating process, that's not a way to set it in motion.
And there is something else we maybe advised to give up; Which is the useless and counterproductive threat of military action.Because threatening military action unifies the Iranian populus, helps to bridge the enormous cap between the population at large and the Mullahs
And doesn't help the negotiating process.
It's an option which you can always keep in reserve if you really mean to use it.
But it is not productive to negotiations.And quiet frankly I don't think it would be very productive if it where ever exercised
.Because a war with Iran would be a messy business indeed in the entire region
.With a variety of local consequences and global economic consequences
.Which we know in advance would be disastrous through a scale which we can not predict so, it's not a viable notion for a actual policy