Zbigniew Brzezinski, the hawkish New World Order strategic theorist, died on Friday at a hospital in Virginia. He was 89.
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.
Perhaps to most people’s surprise, Brzezinski was also the arcitect of Al-queda and the Taliban.
He supported billions in military aid for Islamic militants (Al-queda) in Afghanistan when they were fighting the Soviet union, as this video explains:
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…