Sunday, July 20, 2008

The Grand Chessboard Lives

Events in foreign policy have been coming at us with breakneck speed lately, with puzzling developments that seem to contradict everything that came before. Of course we can't possibly see much below the scattered surface bits of news that we winnow from the tons of celebrity worship and sports trivia that gets passed off as information. The self proclaimed Masters Of The Universe have been very busy behind the scenes and want to keep their machinations hidden. But trying to connect the dots, those seemingly disparate headlines and isolated events, is more important now than at any other time in history.

That the insane fascist agenda exists isn't in doubt. The anglo alliance along with their zionist allies want to control the world's resources while reducing formerly sovereign nations to fractured, fractious third world satrapies. Populations are to be reduced and made meekly subservient through chemical and technological means. Economies would be crashed when needed. Wars would be fought. All of this with the fascists emerging on top, protected by vast armies of security and their self delusions of inherent entitlement.

The other thing that's evident is that the agenda is malleable and will be adapted to fit changing circumstances. Just like as Oceania was always at war with Eurasia, we wake up some mornings and our overlords are marching in a whole different direction as if nothing at all had changed. The slavish, whoring MSM hardly seems to notice, acting as if it's the most normal thing in the world, because their job is to support unquestioningly the overall agenda of the power elite, merely giving us "debate" about bits and pieces tucked inside that tsunami of trivia.

Some researchers point to various factions in the elites, squabbling and vying for more power as the overall plans are played out. One of them is Webster Tarpley, an author and broadcaster who in the article linked below maintains that the Bushista faction was replaced in the last few months by the trilateralists exemplified by Zbigniew Brzezinski, who happens to be Obama's political advisor. This makes a whole bunch of seemingly random headlines fit together in a more coherent and plausible pattern.

US Policy Shift On Iran-Iraq Again Shows Brzezinski Rules In Washington - Looming Attack On Pakistan Spells Nuclear Confrontations With China, Russia & Their Allies

It's a long and fascinating article outlining fascist infighting and the new and terrifying direction american foreign policy is about to head.
One thing that wasn't mentioned is why the Bushista mob era is over. My guess is that the power brokers behind the scenes had had enough of the mendacious slime, not because of their endless public corruption, but because of their failure to successfully advance the agenda. The Bush faction of the war profiteers wallowed too much in their own filth while being abject failures in the bigger picture to get a wider middle east war underway. The new crew has far larger plans and seems to prefer an end run around Israel's interests in destroying Syria and Iran, and are going for the bigger prizes of China and Russia in Zbig's Grand Chessboard. The agenda is way behind schedule.


Blogger Mad_Tinfoil_Hatter said...

Wow. That is fascinating. The neo-cons have certainly been antagonistic toward Russia during the Bush 2 years. And now with Brzezinski's people taking over foreign policy, we can expect a the next administration to be hostile toward Russia too. A lot of people miss the Cold War (namely the military-industrial-complex) and wish it would return. Looks like they may get their wish.

20/7/08 9:11 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Good point that I failed to mention, that in all their endeavors the fascists always seem to find time to make a bundle on the side because another aspect to their modus operandi constantly is overlapping intentions - to profit in more ways than one from every action.
Yet one more thing that Tarpley didn't include. Israel is none too happy with this new arrangement. We could see the shitty little 51st state force the issue about the middle east in some egregious manner.

20/7/08 6:44 PM  

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