From Bush, Mideast Words to Act On: ”All of his ambitious and valuable goals in the Middle East would be helped immeasurably by a successful conclusion of Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations.”
Zbibniew Brzezinski is one of the most experiences observers of international affairs since decades back. His voice is always worth listening to.
In the midst of the new gloom about Iraq, he throws the spotlight on the challenges ahead in the Middle East peace process, and rightly points at the link between these and the wider aims of democracy and freedom in the region that President Bush has proclaimed.
”All of his ambitious and valuable goals in the Middle East would be helped immeasurably by a successful conclusion of Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations.”
Towards the end of the year – after the Palestinian parliamentary election as well as the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza – that’s where the attention should be.
”Towards the end of the year – after the Palestinian parliamentary election as well as the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza – that’s where the attention should be.”
Mr Bildt obviously wants to continue with the camouflaged charade.
Watch closely what he really conclusive writes above.
1. He first most obviously wants to see one huge terror reward, slicing Jewish mainland’s since time immemorial, and handing it over to corrupted serial murderers on genocidial holy war. Is that the ”Mideast words to act on”? ”Liberate” (cleanse or kill) the Jew..(ehr sorry, silly me) the ”zionist entity” from the la-la land ”Palestine”?
2. Nor does he want to aim ”the attention” towards the previous agreed and stipulated demands of halting all terror, or the innocent Jewish civilian terrorist victims, prior any land exchange of disputed areas -so not a word about that. His selective silence is speaking ear deafening volumes.
3. History has, to my knowledge, not changed since last time we exchanged views.
Boring, boring. But that is exactly what one has come to expect from ”Simulev”. I was going to say something more about that but then I remembered the old proverb, ”never argue with an idiot, they’ll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.”
One thing though .. I always was curious about that whole ”time immemorial” thing. Can that also be used to demand that ”Americans” leave ”America” and that Skåne is returned to Denmark?
Carl: Brzezinski, like I am sure you are aware, isn’t entirely uncontroversial. If you’ve read his ”The Grand Chessboard” for example, you know he spends the entire book formulating a ”comprehensive and integrated Eurasian geostrategy.” For those of you who haven’t read it, it basically amounts to salivating over how the US can, should and will control Eurasia and its natural resources. And in turn the power that it brings in terms of stepping stone, imperialistic power politics. It’s a school book example. And he doesn’t even blush. He also adds that ”it is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges, capable of dominating Eurasia and thus of also challenging America.” Pretty strong stuff. He later goes on to scaremongering, saying that the decline of the US would mean ”global anarchy.”
Zbigniew Brzezinski was also quoted in 1979 saying ”I encouraged the Chinese to support Pol Pot. I encouraged the Thai to help the Khmer Rouge. The question was how to help the Cambodian people. Pol Pot was an abomination. We could never support him. But China could.”
Yes, I guess dead and murdered Jews are so quite ”boring” to some, in some cases. And so it seems also the “troubles” of comprehending down to earth simple facts, chronology, and logics. Whatever makes the day -in excusing Jews for being terrorized to death once again.
Thanks for the ”intellectual” output from yet another EUpean obviously happily clueless, and to lazy or daft to pick up and learn the well known tell tale signs in the latest 2000 years to mankind history of every possible fantasy excuse to the continuation of harassing and murder Jews.