Zbigniew Brzezinski

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(Politician, Deep politician)
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BornZbigniew Kazimierz Brzeziński
March 28, 1928
Warsaw, Poland
Died2017-05-26 (Age 89)
Falls Church, Virginia, U.S.
Alma materMcGill University, Harvard University
Children • Ian Brzezinski
• Mark Brzezinski
• Mika Brzezinski
Parents • Tadeusz Brzeziński
• Leonia Roman Brzezińska
SpouseEmilie Benes Brzezinski
Founder ofTrilateral Commission
Member ofLe Cercle
PartyDemocratic

US-WhiteHouse-Logo.svg National Security Advisor Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
January 20, 1977 - January 21, 1981
Member of Le Cercle.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, a Polish-born US deep politician, was one of only 40 people known to have attended both the Bilderberg and Le Cercle. In his obituary, the Washington Post termed him a "combative, visionary foreign policy intellectual".[2] On the same occasion, the Progressive Labor Party termed him "a major architect of U.S. imperialism."[3]

A video by James Corbett

Background

Zbigniew Brzezinski was born in Poland. The Second World War had a profound effect on Brzezinski, who stated that: "The extraordinary violence that was perpetrated against Poland did affect my perception of the world, and made me much more sensitive to the fact that a great deal of world politics is a fundamental struggle."[4] Brzezinski became a naturalized American citizen in 1958.[5]

Career

Zbigniew Brzezinski was a professor at Columbia University in the late 1960s when, during a Progressive Labor Party-led student strike, he called for the arrest, trial and incarceration of the leadership of 1968 campus strikes — and “[i]f that leadership cannot be liquidated at least it can be expelled from the country.”[3]

By his own account, Brzezinski facilitated the development of Islamic fundamentalism.[6] At the time, this was for exploitation to use against the USSR.

Brzezinski served as Bill Clinton's emissary to Azerbaijan in order to promote the Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan pipeline. Subsequently, he became a member of Honorary Council of Advisors of U.S.-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC). Further, he led, together with fellow member of Le Cercle, Lane Kirkland, the effort to increase the endowment for the U.S.-sponsored Polish-American Freedom Foundation from the proposed $112 million to an eventual total of well over $200 million.

As Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Europe and NATO Policy (2001–2005) he developed "a plan for Europe" urging the expansion of NATO, making the case for the expansion of NATO to the Baltic states.

Peter Dale Scott on Zbigniew Brzezinski's boast.

28 March 1928|26 May 2017| 

A Document by Zbigniew Brzezinski

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Between Two Ages.pdfbook1970The Great GameA 1970 book that had a very clear vision of the Internet along with other technical developments that would today be considered outlandish. Especially weather warfare and society control by electromagnetic means. Some quotes summarized here.

 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/196625 March 196627 March 1966Germany
Wiesbaden
Hotel Nassauer Hof
Bilderberg/196826 April 196828 April 1968Canada
Mont Tremblant
Bilderberg/197221 April 197223 April 1972Belgium
Hotel La Reserve
Knokke
Bilderberg/197311 May 197313 May 1973Sweden
Saltsjöbaden
The meeting at which the 1973 oil crisis appears to have been planned.
Bilderberg/197525 April 197527 April 1975Turkey
Golden Dolphin Hotel
Cesme
Bilderberg/197821 April 197823 April 1978US
New Jersey
Princeton University
Bilderberg/198510 May 198512 May 1985New York
US
Arrowwood of Westchester
Rye Brook
Le Cercle/1977 (Washington)10 November 197713 November 1977US
Washington DC


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