Brzezinski mapped out the battle for Ukraine in 1997

Vatic Note:  Zbig is a khazar globalist and always has been.  He works for Rockefeller/Rothschild, and Soros when called upon to do so.   I am very sick putting this up and its not because of the article.... its because I truly am sick and hopefully will recover by tomorrow where I can finish my vatic note.  Thank you and bless you for all of your support.

Brzezinski mapped out the battle for Ukraine in 1997
By Chris Ernesto, Antiwar.com,  Sun Mar 16, 2014 1:33AM GMT

Former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski
Former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski

Why would the United States run the risk of siding with anti-Semitic, neo-Nazis in Ukraine?

One of the keys may be found by looking back at Zbigniew Brzezinski’s 1997 book, The Grand Chessboard in which he wrote, “Ukraine, a new and important space on the Eurasian chessboard, is a geopolitical pivot because its very existence as an independent country helps to transform Russia. Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be a Eurasian empire.”

“However, if Moscow regains control over Ukraine, with its 52 million people and major resources as well as access to the Black Sea, Russia automatically again regains the wherewithal to become a powerful imperial state, spanning Europe and Asia.”

The former national security advisor to Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981 and top foreign policy advisor to Barack Obama, Brzezinski wrote that US policy should be “unapologetic” in perpetuating “America’s own dominant position for at least a generation and preferably longer still.”

Brzezinski delved into the importance of little known Ukraine by explaining in his 1997 book, “Geopolitical pivots are the states whose importance is derived not from their power and motivation but rather from their sensitive location… which in some cases gives them a special role in either defining access to important areas or in denying resources to a significant player.”

“Ukraine, Azerbaijan, South Korea, Turkey and Iran play the role of critically important geopolitical pivots,” he wrote in The Grand Chessboard, a book viewed by many as a blueprint for US world domination.

Brzezinski wrote that Eurasia is “the chessboard on which the struggle for global primacy continues to be played,” and that “it is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges, capable of dominating Eurasia and thus also of challenging America.”

Understanding Brzezinski’s long-term view of Ukraine makes it easier to comprehend why the US has given $5 billion to Ukraine since 1991, and why today it is hyper-concerned about having Ukraine remain in its sphere of influence.   (VN: it also explains why Israel gave 1 billion dollars to Georgia to invade Odessa in Russia, and then Israel also, along with Bush, supplied troops  as well, called advisors, some of whom were captured and that is how we knew about Israels involvement, but then they have many agents on the inside of Russia.  Zbig is a khazar and should not be mistaken for an American who cares about America.  He doesn't, only in so far as he can use us to achieve Israel/Rothschilds  objectives without spending their own money or their childrens blood.)

It may also help explain why in the past year the US and many of its media outlets have feverishly demonized Vladimir Putin.

By prominently highlighting the mistreatment of [an] activist group…, incessantly condemning Russia’s regressive position on gay rights, and excessively focusing on substandard accommodations at the Sochi Olympic Games, the Obama administration has cleverly distracted the public from delving into US support of the ultra-nationalist, neo-Nazi factions of the Ukrainian opposition, and has made it palatable for Americans to accept the US narrative on Ukraine.

Interestingly enough, it was Brzezinski who first compared Putin to Hitler in a March 3 Washington Post Editorial. Hillary Clinton followed-up the next day with her comments comparing the two, followed by John McCain and Marco Rubio who on March 5 agreed with Clinton’s comments comparing Putin and Hitler.

Apparently Brzezinski still continues to influence US political speak.

In his book, Brzezinski contends that “America stands supreme in the four decisive domains of global power: militarily… economically… technologically… and culturally.”  (VN:  Yes, that is what he wrote for public consumption, however, you cannot globalize without merging all nations into one glob of sameness.  He gives a blueprint in that book for how to do that.  He needs Russia and the USA on the same footing and westernized so the globalists have sameness throughout the  world, with a one world slave work force of seriously depopulated nations all melded into one. Haven't you noticed how Putin is talking about Russia being more American then America?  That helps prove his move toward sameness as we previously showed on this blog. He is definitely talking the zionists talking points. )

While this may have been accurate in 1997, it can be argued that today, other than militarily, the US no longer reigns supreme in these domains.  (VN: that has been the intent all along, but that would not have gone down politically, and he needed to distributed his working paper in book form, to his global constituents. Do not let this very brilliant tool of rockefeller/rothschild fool you. )

So late last year when Ukraine’s now-ousted president Viktor Yanukovych surprisingly canceled plans for Ukrainian integration into the European Union in favor of stronger ties with Russia, the US may have viewed Ukraine as slipping even further out of its reach.

At that point, with the pieces already in place, the US moved to support the ousting of Yanukovych, as evidenced by the leaked phone conversation between US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt. When peaceful protests were not effective in unseating Yanukovych, the violence of the ultra-nationalist Svoboda party and Right Sector was embraced, if not supported by the west.

In today’s Ukraine, the US runs the risk of being affiliated with anti-Semitic neo-Nazis, a prospect it probably feels can be controlled via a friendly western media. But even if the risk is high, the US likely views it as necessary given the geopolitical importance of Ukraine, as Brzezinski mapped out in 1997.

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