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Zbigniew Brzezinski as a mirror of American devolution

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Thirty Years Trek Over Fifteen Years


The outgoing 2012 year was marked, among other things, by the publication of Zbigniew Brzezinski's book “Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power” (Strategic vision: America and the crisis of global power) . (1) The author is known, let's say, for his extremely caring attitude towards Russia. There is much debate about the extent of its influence on US policy - the assessments are directly opposite. However, there are indeed unmistakable criteria. Just look at the reasoning he regularly publishes, and then compare them with those or other actions of the US administration, especially with doctrinal documents of the US National Security Strategy some time later, and you can easily notice numerous direct influences. Sometimes the difference is only in style and that Brzezinski, who is not bound by official posts, formulates many of his thoughts much more directly and even cynically.

Anyway, the last book of Brzezinski can be boldly called a prelude, as it echoes the ideas of the prognostic report of the US National Intelligence Council “2030 Global Trends” (which we will have a separate discussion) later on. Some even liken this book to Churchill's famous Fulton speech. I must say that Brzezinski carefully reviewed the “Strategic Vision” introduced to the new US Secretary of State John Kerry, who wrote in a review of this work that “everyone who is interested in foreign policy must read it.”

The book "Strategic Vision" appeared exactly 15 years after another landmark book by Brzezinski, The Grand Chessboard (American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives). Between these dates lies that period in stories The United States, which can be estimated as a devolution from global omnipotence to its rapid loss in many parameters that constitute the sovereign power. Recall that devolution (coagulation, regression) - the opposite of evolution (deployment, progress) - in English also means the transfer of power or authority. And in this sense, this term is the best suited to what Brzezinski describes. The main thing in his new book is not a statement of system errors, which led to a further weakening of the US position in the world, which is clear to many without Brzezinski, but recipes for the transfer of power to "someone" or "something" that is replacing the American leadership. Paraphrasing V.I. Lenin, who, as is known, considered Leo Tolstoy to be a “mirror of the Russian revolution,” Zbigniew Brzezinski should be called a “mirror of American devolution.” So, if you look at the arguments of Brzezinski from this point of view, you will find that there is no fundamental gap between Brzezinski 15-year-old and Brzezinski present and can not be. His ideas of delegating leadership to someone most often turn around the rationale for the need to preserve these powers for America, only without loud words and under a different sauce.

When the “Strategic Vision” only appeared, many, including in Russia, were quick to declare this work a complete rupture of Brzezinski with previous views expressed in the “Great Chessboard”, and he himself almost turned from “Saul” into “ Paul's. Brzezinski is allegedly speaking now for multipolarity and for the United States abandoning the role of "God-chosen hegemon in world politics," so that America does not repeat the fate of the USSR. Brzezinski, they say, no longer considers Russia a “black hole”, but advocates its inclusion in the West. However, a careful analysis of the two books shows their organic kinship and continuity with all the terminological mimicry. And then, and now, for Brzezinski, America is the “Colossus over the World,” and the upcoming multipolarity is an objective given that he cannot ignore and which he calls to adapt. At the same time, it is striking that the reasons for "American devolution", according to Brzezinski, are mainly subjective - the wrong decisions of the American administrations. And September 11, followed by the ill-considered and costly projection of US power, primarily in Iraq and Afghanistan, is perhaps the main reason for the weakening of American hegemony. It turns out that the terrorist attack on the twin towers is the most effective force operation in world history. Believing in the exclusive destiny of America, Brzezinski still cannot accept the truly visionary statement of another famous researcher Paul Kennedy, made by him as early as 1987 in the extensive study “The Rise and Fall of Great Powers”. (2) P. Kennedy convincingly proved then that, owing to the category of “imperial overheating” formulated by him, no state could and could never be a hegemon on the world stage for a long time. Already then, according to his estimates, the United States, along with the USSR, entered the phase of "imperial overheating", and their decline is inevitable, regardless of the will of certain politicians.

15 years ago, Brzezinski categorically argued that "over the next few decades, a truly functioning system of global cooperation can be created, built with the geopolitical reality in mind, which will gradually take on the role of an international regent capable of bearing the burden of responsibility for stability and peace in all the world. The geostrategic success achieved in this matter will properly legitimize the role of America as the first, the only and the last truly world superpower. ” (3) At the same time, America’s global primacy will directly depend on how long and effectively its superiority will be maintained on the Eurasian continent. (4)

Meanwhile, Brzezinski and then realized that before America as the leading power of the world is open only a narrow historical opportunity for the "constructive exploitation" of its status as a world power. This period, he admitted, may be relatively short. Democracy has never before achieved global supremacy. The pursuit of power, and especially economic costs and human sacrifice, which often requires the implementation of world power, as a rule, are incompatible with democratic societies. Democratic type of device prevents imperial mobilization. He believed that "a comprehensive and coordinated geostrategy with respect to Eurasia should be based on the recognition of the boundaries of America's effective influence and the inevitable narrowing of the scope of this influence over time." In the end, world politics will certainly become less and less characteristic of the concentration of power in the hands of one state. Consequently, "the United States is not only the first and only superpower on a truly global scale, but, most likely, the last."

And yet, in order not to miss this historical opportunity, Brzezinski called for America’s active intervention in the affairs of peace "with special attention to strengthening international geopolitical stability, which can revive a sense of historical optimism in the West." Therefore, now moaning over the “erroneous interventions”, he would be able to entrust himself and his appeals with a fair amount of responsibility, since all these actions were carried out under the pretext of “ensuring stability”.

The general meaning of his reasoning at that time was that America should achieve the status of “indispensable power” (which, in particular, former US President Bill Clinton, in particular, stated publicly), without whose leadership the world would be doomed to chaos. At the same time, Brzezinski referred to the works of another ruler of the thoughts of the American elite, Samuel Huntington, who wrote: "In a world where there is no supremacy of the United States, there will be more violence and disorder and less democracy and economic growth than in a world where the United States continues more influence global issues than any other country.The permanent international primacy of the United States is most important for the welfare and security of Americans and for the future of freedom, democracy, open omy and international order in the land. " (5)

Regarding Russia, Brzezinski in the “Chessboard” found words not just unflattering, but derogatory, calling it a “black hole” in the very center of Eurasia and suggesting that it would be better for it to split itself into at least three parts. However, the long-term task of the United States, formulated by him, did not exclude Russia entirely from a geographic map, but demanded “not to allow the revival of the Eurasian empire, which could hinder the implementation of the American geo-strategic goal of forming a larger Euro-Atlantic system, with which Russia could be firmly in the future securely connected. " (6)

At the same time, to the disappointment of the Russian admirers of Atlantism, Brzezinski expressed the firm conviction that any rapprochement with Russia on the issue of NATO expansion “should not lead to the actual transformation of Russia into a decision-making member of the alliance, which would diminish NATO’s special Euro-Atlantic nature, but time relegating to the position of second-rate countries newly admitted to the alliance of the state. " This, in his opinion, would open up for Russia the opportunity to renew its attempts "not only to regain lost influence in Central Europe, but also to use its presence in NATO to play on the American-European differences to weaken America's role in Europe."

In general, despite all the obstacles noted by him for the preservation of world hegemony for the USA, Brzezinski assigned to the “Chessboard” for this period, when hardly anyone would dispute America’s status as the first power in the world, more than 30 years, because “not a single A nation-state may not be able to equal America in four main aspects of power (military, economic, technical and cultural), which together determine the decisive political influence on a global scale. ”

(1) In a generally successful Russian translation, the title of the book is not translated in the best way: Brzezinski Zbigniew. “Strategic view: America and the global crisis”. M., Astrel, 2012.
(2), Vintage Books, NY, 1987.
(3) Brzezinski Zbigniew. Great chessboard. M., International Relations, 1998, p. 112.
(4) Ibid. S.18.
(5) Samuel P. Hantington. Who International Primacy Matters // International Security. - Spring 1993. - P. 83.
(6) Brzezinski Zbigniew. Great chessboard. M., International Relations, 1998, p. 48.


Slava M.S. Is Gorbachev infectious?

Half of the thirty-year thirty-year term of unbroken US domination in the world, exactly 15 years, allocated in the stage book of Zbignev Brzezinski, exactly 1 years, and now in the new book Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power, he stated the acceleration of the process of devolution of American power. Brzezinski admits that “overwhelming optimism” about the omnipotence of the United States did not last long. Consumer culture and economic deregulation led to a burst stock market bubble and a large-scale financial crisis. The wars of Bush-junior turned out to be ruinous for the country, even earlier - Clinton's Balkan adventures and the collapse of American foreign policy as a whole. “There is indeed an alarming similarity between the Soviet Union at the end of its days and America at the beginning of the 21st century,” notes Brzezinski ... (XNUMX) The balance of world forces began to shift steadily from West to East. Growing doubts about the viability of the American system strongly shaken the faith in this "prosperous legacy of the West." If "the American system loses its relevance in the eyes of the public, it may well overshadow the Chinese with its success."

And then throughout the whole book Brzezinski, noting the narrowing of the limits of the influence of the United States on many of the parameters of the sovereign power, seeks to show how bad will be humanity without their beneficial effects. The most likely danger arising from the dispersal of forces, he calls the "potential instability of the global hierarchy." Proceeding from this, he characterizes the entire coming period of international life as “post-American confusion”.

Especially he rests on the future "Asian rivalry", in which the troublemaker will be, above all, China. Brzezinski, declaring Asian countries as rivals resembling in some respects the European Atlantic countries of the era of colonial and then continental rivalry for geopolitical supremacy, is frightened that this rivalry "eventually resulted in two bloody world wars." (2)

Brzezinski warns that even though the West is still alive, "its global dominance is already in the past." To survive, the West must understand that its “place and role in a global context” will depend on the strength of the American system and the actions of America abroad. Its sunset carries the danger to the whole West. Brzezinski rather angrily condemns the European Union for not realizing this and not helping the United States to maintain its leadership. Too self-centered European Union, in his opinion, behaves as “as if its main political task is to become the world's most comfortable home for the elderly”. (3)

As for Brzezinski’s readiness to “include Russia in the expanded West”, it must be said that he does not see an equal partner with his interests in Russia. Russia rather acts in his role as a kind of geographical space, which is suitable for development, but in which even for the Russian supporters themselves such a “rapprochement” of the place under the sun may not be. Brzezinski frankly dreams of those times when "the weakening Russian presence in the Far East will receive an influx of new economic and demographic forces from the West." Vladivostok "may become a European city, while remaining a part of Russia." (4) With regard to the Russian Arctic and the opportunities opening there, Brzezinski argues in the chapter with the remarkable name “Alienated World Heritage”, expressing fear that Russia’s “seizure” of its share of wealth in the region could “provoke a serious bias in the geopolitical landscape” in its favor.

In this sense, with the exception of a more cautious choice of words, today's position of Brzezinski in relation to Russia is not much different from his own position, formulated by 15 years ago in the “Chessboard”. Russia almost everywhere appears to him as not a subject, but an object with which it is necessary to do something — to “join”, “engage”, “master”. He condemns the “Russian elite” for refusing to draw closer to NATO, but even against logic, he still warns against giving Russia full membership in the bloc, since “any step in this direction will contribute to the more familiar Russian task of weakening NATO”. (5)

In general, the irrational desire to prick Russia more painfully leads Brzezinski to sometimes absolutely paradoxical, clearly below the bar of such a thinker. He, in particular, writes about the historical weakness of Russia, whose victories stemmed ostensibly mainly due to the mistakes of others, in this example. “Do not attack Napoleon on Russia in 1812, it is unlikely that Russian troops would enter Paris in 1815”. (6) The question is, why would they go there at all?

Sometimes Brzezinski's cynicism still “rolls over”. For example, he derived a group of states that he called "geopolitical analogues of endangered biological species." (7) They say that they will certainly disappear if the United States does not want or can no longer fulfill its obligations to them. It is characteristic that in the first place among such endangered states he put Georgia, then Taiwan. The list also included Belarus and Ukraine. It is not difficult to notice the suggestive meaning of such allegations, imposing wariness on these states against Russia.

In general, a kind of inversion takes place in the “Strategic Vision”, when in words Brzezinski seems to be abandoning the previous concepts of “American hegemony” and “world leadership”, but the new definitions introduced by him essentially aim at the same thing. The future “double”, as he writes, the role of America Brzezinski sees in that “it must become a conductor and guarantor of expanded unity in the West, and at the same time a peacemaker and intermediary between the major powers of the East”. (8)

At the same time, evidence of the need to preserve the leadership of the United States, albeit in a new shell, is based on the fact that there is no power in the world capable of becoming in their foreseeable and long-term perspective. It probably is. What Brzezinski does not want to understand or accept, oddly enough, is the possibility of building a democratic system of international relations without clearly defined leadership states.

The assertion that without the mentoring of America, the rest of humanity will become entangled in contradictions and “disappear” is untenable for obvious reasons. In many regional conflicts and global problems, America’s role is more destructive than stabilizing. For example, the key issue for the situation in the entire Middle East is the Palestinian-Israeli settlement has not been resolved for decades, primarily because of the obstructionist position of Washington. The international community has long developed and agreed upon a fairly solid foundation of peace between the Palestinians and the Israelis. Everyone understands that it is only the White House. The crisis in the Afghan-Pakistani zone, seizing the whole of Central and South Asia, is also a consequence of US imperial ambitions. Desire to acquire weapons of mass destruction by a whole series of states, does it not come from the fact that there is a completely distinct threat to their independence on the part of American “civilizers”? The programs of re-equipment of many powers, including Russia and China, are not due to the fact that the expansion of American bases and the formation of formal and informal military alliances directed against them, as well as the construction of all kinds of missile shields, continue along the perimeter of their borders? What is the main obstacle to the implementation of the Kyoto protocols on greenhouse gas emissions? US position. The same can be said about many other vital world problems.

Turning these problems one by one, it is easy to see that without the intervention of the United States they could be solved much more successfully. Where does all this absurd opinion come from, that without Americans, all of humanity will certainly rush into a war of all against all in accordance with the Huntington Doctrine? On the contrary, taking on the mission of a mediator and gendarme in all regional conflicts, Washington objectively becomes a party interested in their eternal non-extinguishing, for it is only in this way that it can continue to claim the role of "indispensable power" with all the benefits arising from this status. Old as the world, the imperial principle of "divide and conquer" is most convenient to implement it in this situation. We dare to say that America, of course, is not a “black hole” and will not disappear from a geographic map, but at the same time, without its annoying desire to interfere in everything and manage all the processes on the planet, the rest of mankind decided more peacefully and peacefully there would be many old disputes. Much points to the fact that the future does not have to be chaotic at all, but can be organized on the principles of a “concert of great powers,” filled up by new members as they mature. The real task of “American devolution” should have been done, as far as possible, in making America “equal among equals”. However, Brzezinski is naturally infinitely far from such a goal, as well as bye, and in general the American elites. Therefore, it can be expected that the processes described by him will be extremely painful both for America itself and for the rest of the world.

And one more is striking - the recipes offered by Brzezinski for the recovery of America itself. It's just some kind of deja vu. It seems that one of his consultants was none other than Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev. Brzezinski articulates the need for restructuring and renewal in America, calls for new thinking, the mobilization of deeply rooted spiritual forces of society, although he previously noted the absence of this ability as one of the reasons for the future weakening of the country. Unless about publicity yet speaks. Is this not another sign that the United States is indeed in the position of the late Soviet Union? Such helpless appeals in themselves reflect the depth of the systemic crisis in which not only America, but also its intellectual elite found themselves.

(1) Brzezinski Zbigniew. “Strategic view: America and the global crisis”. M., Astrel, 2012, s.9.
(2) Ibid. S.33.
(3) Ibid. S.56.
(4) Ibid. S.234.
(5) Ibid. S.222.
(6) Ibid. S.212.
(7) Ibid. S.136.
(8) Ibid. S.276.
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  1. slas
    slas 2 January 2013 13: 19
    24
    This scribble is high time for one place and hang a bastard on a bough
    1. admirer
      admirer 2 January 2013 13: 57
      +7
      When, however, his senility will visit the senile. We love him very much, in the sense of Brzezinski.))))))
      1. Ross
        Ross 2 January 2013 18: 43
        +1
        admirer,

        We love him very much, in the sense of Brzezinski.))))))


        Love? Do they lie? Rather afraid (our top), as a very influential figure of the world elite.
        1. bask
          bask 2 January 2013 19: 00
          +2
          Quote: Ross
          Love? Do they lie? Rather afraid (our top), as a very influential figure of the world elite.

          The world elite And this is so ass. What they order and it will yell Here are the real, masters, of all of this ...... morgan and them, the Rothschilds and Rockefellers .. and their descendants. Here they are indeed the whole elite of the United States and are afraid .. . That they decide it will be so ...
          1. Ascetic
            Ascetic 2 January 2013 20: 25
            +4
            Quote: bask
            The world elite And this is so ass. What they order and it will yell Here are the real, masters, of all of this ...... morgan and them, the Rothschilds and Rockefellers .. and their descendants. Here they are indeed the whole elite of the United States and are afraid .. . That they decide it will be so.


            Historian, sociologist, publicist Andrei Fursov about Zbigniew Brzezinski - American analyst, his attitude to Russia, his last book "Strategic Vision

            1. ikrut
              ikrut 3 January 2013 17: 41
              +1
              Fursov said well about Brzezinski: "The snake that survived its poison" (c).
              Thanks for the video!
              Brzezinski is a consistent and implacable enemy of Russia. I don't think he even cares about the States as much as the old generic Polish roots of "insignificance." Historically resentful. As it is now customary to say in glamorous circles - "suffered". And ambition is over the edge. Although, you will not deny him in mind. The viper sees that the copper of a well-known household item has already begun to shine in America. And how you do not want to under it. And where can you go? ... :)))
        2. Goldkonstantin
          Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 31
          0
          A very influential figure of the World Elite, which flew off the coils, as did the Bhizik-schizik.
      2. donchepano
        donchepano 4 January 2013 10: 18
        +1
        Filth he is finished. Committee Member 300
    2. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 2 January 2013 14: 24
      13
      Quote: slas
      This scribble is high time for one place and hang a bastard on a bough


      A Persian stake would be the most suitable place to complete the life path of this Polish bully.
      1. Seversk
        Seversk 3 January 2013 22: 30
        0
        Sakhalininsk
        Quote: slas
        This scribble is high time for one place and hang a bastard on a bough


        A Persian stake would be the most suitable place to complete the life path of this Polish bully.

        Guys, you can find another application for him))) in the form of this))))))))
    3. wow
      wow 2 January 2013 15: 12
      10
      The bastard is, that's right!
    4. romanru4
      romanru4 2 January 2013 15: 20
      +8
      It's time to think about the eternal ... but he still can not divide the world.
      1. timurpl
        timurpl 2 January 2013 15: 36
        +8
        A dog that barks does not bite. (Ossetian proverb)
        -Although it is a pity that he did not fly then with Kachinsky ...
      2. Goldkonstantin
        Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 32
        +1
        Listen, and what is he smoking so that he comes up with such glitches?
    5. 53-Sciborskiy
      53-Sciborskiy 2 January 2013 16: 15
      +2
      The era of the late Brezhnev. Zbigniew Brzezinski, US Secretary of State, explains
      brilliant plan of enslavement of Russia in the State Department:
      - ... that's how we will decompose Russia! But no, put aside! Connect
      me with Dresden. I have to consult with major Putin ...
    6. PatriotizTAT
      PatriotizTAT 2 January 2013 16: 23
      +2
      drinks Happy New Year, friends, I read every day, but I don’t always comment ... I gave up today, work tomorrow! More smiles, to you and your loved ones ... The Armenians surprised today!
    7. harrymur
      harrymur 2 January 2013 19: 11
      0
      yes, he writes everything correctly, we need to heed and learn, we need to get such a bastard, so you see everything and thinks bastard,
      patreots, the question is where is the transfer of power and progress, of course, your way to the board, but at the festival I’ve gotten the hell out, a sick client, however
      where ssuko is the main rule and purpose, namely the transfer of power, painless for the empire, into the hands of a fighter, not an iPhone manager
      or drink it all again
      1. ikrut
        ikrut 3 January 2013 17: 53
        +1
        Quote: harrimur
        where is the basic rule and purpose, namely the transfer of power, painless for the empire, into the hands of a fighter,

        Good target. However, not everything is simple.
        Pts. the ancient (about 5 thousand years) eastern Indo-Aryan tradition assumed that the power in the state should be in the hands of the warrior king, in their language - "kshatriya". It is the kshatriya class that should rule the country. Not traders or "lawyers". And even more so not a multi-genre and abstract "people". But the rulers themselves - the kshatriyas should strictly follow the instructions of the sages - brahmanas. Otherwise, the state will get bogged down in wars and confrontations. Therefore, before "calling a warrior", it would be good to start by trying to call a sage.
        And then immediately the second question - who will this sage be? And who is this warrior who will listen to the sage? Do you know such people? Where are they? Already come?
        1. DeerIvanovich
          DeerIvanovich 6 January 2013 23: 18
          0
          generally Slavic tradition. and named Indo-European with the light hand of Westerners
    8. Botanologist
      Botanologist 2 January 2013 19: 57
      +3
      This scribble is high time for one place and hang a bastard on a bough

      IN NO CASE!
      The grandfather is old and in a fit of talkativeness often expresses many revelations that we need to understand. On the contrary, it is necessary to assign an orderly to his grandfather so that he maintains strength and all the time listens to this talkative hoopoe. The enemy you know in person is no longer the enemy. This is the target.

      A huge article +
  2. Skinny
    Skinny 2 January 2013 13: 47
    11
    I agree, the EU without NATO is nobody, and NATO is the States.
    That would be the Ukrainians to read as their "independent power" Responds
    The ideologist of foreign policy of the dearly beloved West, old man Zbig. "Characteristically, he put Georgia in the first place among such disappearing states, then Taiwan. The list also included Belarus and Ukraine."
    I like to read Zbiga.
    At the expense of Russia, I think we will break through with Putin.
    1. ATATA
      ATATA 2 January 2013 15: 00
      12
      It is only a pity that Ukraine was brought up by a whole generation of collaborators.
      1. Nymp
        Nymp 2 January 2013 15: 42
        12
        Quote: ATATA
        It is only a pity that Ukraine was brought up by a whole generation of collaborators.
        I completely agree, and I have been talking about this here for a long time. There is an older generation of Ukrainians, they are against (but painfully passive) and they were somehow easily inspired that their mother tongue is Ukrainian! As an example I will cite one acquaintance, during the population census when the question was asked: - What is your native language? He replied: - Ukrainian. (He speaks Russian since childhood in the family and with his parents) I ask: - Why did you lie? Answer: - I AM A UKRAINIAN !!! The stupidity is unique. It means that it does not matter that from the first word it was PAPA and not "tato", and thoughts in my head are reproduced in Russian: - he is Ukrainian! All this is what the Westernizers put pressure on in their violent Ukrainization. And hence the worship before such liars as Bzdunzhinsky! They are on their way on the anti-Russian path!
        1. OSTAP BENDER
          OSTAP BENDER 2 January 2013 20: 33
          +1
          Quote: ATATA
          It is only a pity that Ukraine was brought up by a whole generation of collaborators.

          Come and read what the Nazi vyperdysh wrote under the nickname "Rus", on a thread about the Eurasian Union! If this future of Ukraine is growing? Now it's time to take drastic measures, otherwise it will soon be too late!
          1. ikrut
            ikrut 3 January 2013 17: 59
            +1
            Quote: OSTAP BENDER
            If this future of Ukraine is growing? It’s time to take drastic measures, otherwise it will be too late!

            Yes. It will take no less time (or even more) to return everything "to square one." well, progress will have to wait even longer.
            It is sad. But the most interesting thing is that there is no other way at all. This shows the whole course of human history. Eastern Slavs are doomed to live together and profess the same values. Otherwise, they will turn (in the words of PA Stolypin) into "dung" on which other human cultures will be grown.
  3. NEMO
    NEMO 2 January 2013 13: 48
    +7
    And one more is striking - the recipes offered by Brzezinski for the healing of America itself. It's just some deja vu. It seems that one of his consultants was none other than Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev.


    The collapse of the American empire is only a matter of time, and Brzezinski is trying to bring the scientific basis under this collapse so that it is beautiful ..... but in fact it’s really - He’s a bastard in America, too.
    1. bask
      bask 2 January 2013 15: 38
      +8
      Quote: NEMO
      Bastard he is in America bastard.

      I want to thank Dmitry for a highly professional article +. Now on the topic This old Jew, Dzhezinsky, did not write anything new. All of his, works, were torn from Adolf Hitler’s Kampf lanes. But they’ve already been reworked under ,,, democratic, values ​​,,, And the main postulate in them. Russian as a nation ,,,, is inferior, ,,,, therefore needs external control ... Ordinary Amerian-Zionist fascism. Nothing new. Dies, it is necessary to drive an aspen stake into his grave .. And it’s better to be an ice ax like Trotsky .....
      1. Karish
        Karish 2 January 2013 15: 42
        +1
        Quote: bask
        This old jew jesin

        He was never a Jew. Old senile.
        Born in Warsaw in a noble family [1] of a Polish diplomat. According to other sources, he was born in the Polish Consulate of Kharkov [2] [3] on the street. Olminsky, where his parents worked; recorded by them was born in Poland, and not in the USSR. [2] Since 1938 he lived in Canada, in the 50s he became a US citizen and made an academic career: he graduated from McGill University with a master’s degree and Harvard University with a doctorate in political science (1953) (the dissertation was devoted to “the formation of a totalitarian system in the USSR” [ 4]), taught at Harvard, in 1961 moved to Columbia University, headed the new Institute for Communism there
        1. Nick
          Nick 2 January 2013 16: 30
          +2
          Quote: Karish
          He was never a Jew. Old senile

          Yeah, do not offend the Jews ...
        2. ikrut
          ikrut 3 January 2013 18: 03
          +1
          Quote: Karish
          He was never a Jew. Old senile.

          That is yes. The Catholic Pole is not a nation. Diagnosis.
          But I would not identify Jews and Jews. IMHO.
          1. DeerIvanovich
            DeerIvanovich 6 January 2013 23: 26
            0
            Yes, I agree when the USSR was Soviet Jews forgot about Judaism. From this, not all Jews are now.
        3. DeerIvanovich
          DeerIvanovich 6 January 2013 23: 23
          0
          Before the mass exodus of Jews to the New World, the highest density of Jews was in Poland and Western Ukraine - this is for your information.
    2. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 35
      +1
      American licking with Polish liquefied brains. Here is such a fruit eventually came out. However, his grandfather was in the tsarist army, where, to put it mildly, he was lowered for blasphemy.
  4. Ascetic
    Ascetic 2 January 2013 13: 51
    16
    In my opinion, Brzezhinsky infected the entire American elite with his geopolitical nonsense, as at one time perestroika, new thinking and socialism with a human face infected us all with agent and traitor Gorbachev.
    This is an ordinary Pole nationalist, an assassinated Russophobe.
    It was he who once fed the Islamists and Al-Qaeda. Occupying in 1977-1981. the post of adviser to US President Jimmy Carter, Brzezinski was an active supporter of the USSR's involvement in the Afghan war. He did a lot to establish contact with the mujahideen and deploy weapons supplies. Later, when the United States was burned by Islamic terrorism, Brzezinski was reproached for this activity. But he never admitted it was his mistake. First, they themselves nursed the Taliban, then they themselves are still struggling with it unsuccessfully, suffering human and material losses.
    It was he who lobbied for the transfer of technology and production capital to China, trying to strengthen it in contrast to the USSR. So they strengthened that now they themselves do not know what to do with it. Today, the Chinese economy is the second largest in the world. And in a few years it will overtake the US economy.
    The rise of Brzezinski’s political career became possible in the 70s. thanks to the active support of his ideas by the finances of the Rothschilds. This explains the anxious concern for China on which the Rothschilds relied.
    In fact, he became one of the initiators globalization, which has caused irreparable damage to the national identity of the United States.... Today they have avoided a "fiscal cliff" and as it will be tomorrow, the external debt is growing again, it is impossible to print papers called the dollar forever, sooner or later the bubble will burst. And then Rothschild's China will come to the fore.
    Until now, even in view of China’s obvious preparations for seizing world leadership, Brzezinski is the most consistent supporter of further concessions to China
    Already in the 90s. in his interviews to pacify China, he was ready to give him the Far Eastern third of Russia. True, in view of the Russian means of restraint, the United States cannot really give such a gift, and China cannot accept it.
    However, Brzezinski puts forward more and more initiatives to harbor China in the American cart. In particular, he offers Beijing to create a “Big Two” to share influence in the world and jointly solve all key international problems. Here is such a Rothschild he sang. In this and the tragedy of America that such people determine its policy
    1. Kaa
      Kaa 2 January 2013 14: 28
      13
      Quote: Ascetic
      This is the tragedy of America that such people determine its policy

      This is not a devolution, this is a DEVOLUTION
      The guard is tired ... am
      1. Cavas
        Cavas 2 January 2013 14: 29
        17
        Kaa,

        Very vain this toad thinks she is the most cunning !!))


        1. Kaa
          Kaa 2 January 2013 14: 49
          +7
          Quote: Cavas
          this toad thinks she is the most cunning

          So here you are, Hell! - managed to think Zbyshek at the last minute before closing the wings ... crying
        2. Botanologist
          Botanologist 2 January 2013 20: 01
          0
          Toad is cunning
          but a little khrushchik with a screw
          a lot of her tricks.
          Baron Hiraoka.
      2. wow
        wow 2 January 2013 15: 15
        +3
        Cool picture" ! I want one for myself, I will hang it over the bed.
      3. ikrut
        ikrut 3 January 2013 18: 04
        +1
        I have been waiting for such a picture for a long time. Even prepared champagne for this occasion. Sorry - there is no button accordion.
    2. bask
      bask 2 January 2013 15: 44
      0
      ORDINARY Fascist Judah ... am That’s the whole point of the, diabolical, Amer’s policy ..
    3. The centurion
      The centurion 2 January 2013 20: 25
      +2
      Quote: Ascetic
      It was he who once fed the Islamists and Al-Qaeda.

      The picture shows Bin Laden and Brzezinski.
    4. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 37
      0
      America is already sick, and this still nonsense under the guise of drugs vanishes, apparently himself stoned from the end of the 50.
  5. Apollo
    Apollo 2 January 2013 13: 57
    0
    Greetings to all members of the forum! hi
    although I didn’t read his books, I was struck by the resemblance
    quote- “Between the Soviet Union at the sunset of its days and America at the beginning of the 21st century, there is indeed a disturbing similarity,” Brzezinski notes ...
    Apollon 20 December 2012 07: 21 | The US is ready to abandon the role of world leader
    Good morning everybody!
    The course of human history has clearly shown that sooner or later, the dominant state is like in sports losing its distance, and new ones will replace it or him. Take for example the colonial times of Portugal and Spain, France, England ........ ...... and now the United States.
    While the USSR existed, there was an incentive for the USA, the arms race spurred the military industry. In turn, high and high-precision technologies developed.No matter how paradoxical this sounds, BUT the USSR actually put an end to the USA.

    quote - Russia almost everywhere appears in his capacity not as a subject, but as an object with which something needs to be done - “connect”, “involve”, “master”. am angry

    the demotivator I set out clearly shows the main goal of Z. Brzezinski.
  6. Apollo
    Apollo 2 January 2013 13: 58
    13
    Greetings to all members of the forum! hi
    although I didn’t read his books, I was struck by the resemblance
    quote- “Between the Soviet Union at the sunset of its days and America at the beginning of the 21st century, there is indeed a disturbing similarity,” Brzezinski notes ...
    Apollon 20 December 2012 07: 21 | The US is ready to abandon the role of world leader
    Good morning everybody!
    The course of human history has clearly shown that sooner or later, the dominant state is like in sports losing its distance, and new ones will replace it or him. Take for example the colonial times of Portugal and Spain, France, England ........ ...... and now the United States.
    While the USSR existed, there was an incentive for the USA, the arms race spurred the military industry. In turn, high and high-precision technologies developed.No matter how paradoxical this sounds, BUT the USSR actually put an end to the USA.

    quote - Russia almost everywhere appears in his capacity not as a subject, but as an object with which something needs to be done - “connect”, “involve”, “master”. am angry

    the demotivator I set out clearly shows the main goal of Z. Brzezinski.
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 2 January 2013 13: 59
      10
      and here's something else that this one once expressed treacherous and worst enemy of Russia am
      “If you look at things realistically, who wants to join the Eurasian Union? I don’t think that the list will be long, ”the Voice of America radio station quoted Brzezinski as saying.
      “Kazakhstan led by Nazarbayev? Very doubtful. He already maneuvers very well between Russia and China and the rest of the world. Karimov and Uzbekistan? Even less likely - Uzbekistan is very firm in matters of state independence. What about Yanukovych? There was a promising chance, but as it turned out, Yanukovych and his financial sponsors are more interested in identifying their own territory in much the same way as a gang. And they do not want another gang to occupy their territory. They say to Russia: we are with you, but this is our territory, and only we have the right to steal and deceive in this zone - this is ours, not yours. And this sets the tone for the debate about the hegemony of Russia under Putin’s regime. Lukashenko is to some extent in a similar position, although he is more vulnerable, ”the American expert lists.
      “The main thing that Russia needs to understand is that for prosperity and success it needs rapprochement with the West, otherwise it will lose everything to China,” Brzezinski warns.
      Recall that Zbigniew Brzezinski, who held the post of presidential adviser on national security in the Jimmy Carter administration, became notorious in the 1970s as the author of a strategy to support the “Afghan mujahideen” - fanning Islamic radicalism to strike the “soft underbelly” of the USSR.
      In his book “The Grand Chessboard”, published in 1997, he talks about the need to divide Russia into three state entities. Siberia with its natural resources should not be under the control of Moscow.
      Brzezinski gives Ukraine a special role on his “chessboard”:
      “Ukraine, an important new“ cell ”that emerged on the Eurasian chessboard, represents the geopolitical axis, since its very existence as an independent state contributes to the transformation of Russia. Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be a Eurasian empire. Without Ukraine, it can still strive to gain imperial status, but in this case Russia will become, in general, an Asian imperial state with a greater likelihood of engaging in grueling conflicts with the alarmed peoples of Central Asia, who will be outraged by the loss of their newly acquired independence and receive support from others Muslim states located to the south ... However, if Moscow regains control of Ukraine with its 52-million population, rich in natural resources and access to the Black Sea yu, Russia automatically will receive everything you need to become a powerful imperial state, both in Europe and in Asia "- Brzezinski wrote.
      NR2.ru: http://www.nr2.ru/kiev/415545.html

      for all these words uttered, it’s not enough to castrate him !!!
      1. hrych
        hrych 2 January 2013 14: 42
        12
        The old idiot confuses a little with Ukraine, firstly, with Russia's access to the Black Sea and forgets about the enclave in Prussia, from which one can pour Iskanders on old Europe in all directions, and his especially adored Poland.
      2. bask
        bask 2 January 2013 16: 00
        10
        Quote: Apollon

        for all these words uttered, it’s not enough to castrate him !!!

        Ordinary Judas-fascism..And his ardent admirer. Until recently, the Secretary of State. .git.
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 16: 02
          10
          Quote: bask
          ..And this ardent fan of his

          This "METRA" has many students
          1. Goldkonstantin
            Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 43
            +3
            - Patient Saakashvili took medication today?
            - No, he had breakfast with ties and ran away to hide in an armored limousine shouting threats towards the Russian Empire.
        2. andrei332809
          andrei332809 2 January 2013 18: 05
          +4
          Quote: bask
          ..And this ardent fan of his

          Hi, Andrew. this fan at the end of her career fought literally and figuratively
          1. bask
            bask 2 January 2013 19: 07
            +8
            Quote: andrei332809

            Quote: bask
            ..And this ardent fan of his

            Hi teska. Here it is necessary against whom to unite and fight. And we are each other, on December 31, we barely pulled out throats. Here is who is the enemy No. 1 of the entire Russian people. With the coming !!!
            1. andrei332809
              andrei332809 2 January 2013 19: 18
              +2
              Quote: bask
              .With the coming !!!

              and you. and congratulations again
              1. bask
                bask 2 January 2013 19: 26
                +2
                Quote: andrei332809
                and you. and congratulations again

                Andrey, you are a real Russian man ...--- RESPECT !!!! He said the word - he did .. With the coming ... health to all of us ,,,,,,,,, And these Amer hawks, let them rest .... From the bird’s laughing .
                1. andrei332809
                  andrei332809 2 January 2013 19: 29
                  +1
                  Quote: bask
                  let them rest

                  thanks for the compliment. and let these creatures live, but work somewhere in gold and gold. not all the same, sometimes it’s necessary to clean
        3. Goldkonstantin
          Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 40
          +1
          Apparently that's why Hilary fainted, the insight hit her head - now she will write her rubbish
      3. Goldkonstantin
        Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 39
        0
        Yes, complete! Why look at the speeches of the asshole who has come off the coils, he is stoned.
      4. bugagich
        bugagich 3 January 2013 01: 22
        +2
        mdaa ...
        however, how exactly about Ukraine and Russia - "... Ukraine with its 52 million population, rich natural resources and access to the Black Sea, Russia will automatically receive everything it needs to become a powerful imperial state in both Europe and Asia"
        how he (and indeed all Russophobes) is afraid of the unification of the Slavs! and calls it nothing else, but "the establishment of Moscow's control over Ukraine" ...
  7. vezunchik
    vezunchik 2 January 2013 14: 16
    +2
    Yeah. the scribe crept unnoticed! Goodbye America!
  8. maxbrov74
    maxbrov74 2 January 2013 14: 16
    +3
    Zbigniew, the poor fellow again in his repertoire. Probably insanity towards old age is a global phenomenon. Very similar to the late Churchill. Only that whiskey jammed with glasses on the verge of delirium tremens. And this one seems to be sitting on treason.
  9. homosum20
    homosum20 2 January 2013 14: 46
    +4
    All monstrosity, alienation to man (film "Alien") of American politics and system of values ​​after the war is determined by such monsters as Brzezinski. In general, the whole Polish bestiality, the wretchedness of the worldview, the Polish inferiority complex is not embodied. As if in reality you can see what Poland would be like if anything depended on it.
    The old man has long begun to heal and think in categories of at least 30 years ago. (Generally by age - he seems to have made a deal with the devil. Well, a place in Hell he has been warming for a long time).
    And the book is nothing new. And what new can you come up with in 84 years. The old lizard chews on its snot during the Cold War and perestroika - to prevent the revival of Russia, pretends that there is no such country at all, America is irreplaceable.
    And at the same time he does not notice how unconvincing he is, disgusting, like an old prostitute who does not want to admit that her age has ended.
  10. ziqzaq
    ziqzaq 2 January 2013 14: 48
    +2
    How many anger in this trick. Soon, America will burst like a bubble, and Brzezinski’s everything is gone .....
  11. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 14: 49
    -8
    whatever you say, but Brzezinski is a smart and strong politician!
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 15: 21
      +5
      Well, not to be taken away, this bastard is an ideologist of the Cold War, but I hope that he will live to see the entrance of Russian tanks to Warsaw and when Kachinsky’s stinking giblets will be thrown out of the tomb of Polish kings.
    2. grandfather
      grandfather 2 January 2013 22: 01
      +1
      on fortunetelling, a lot of mind is not needed.
    3. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 45
      -1
      hehe) Hello to you from rotten and undemocratic Russia, how do you like pink and happy America, only ponies live?
    4. ikrut
      ikrut 3 January 2013 18: 08
      +1
      Quote: rinzhak
      whatever you say, but Brzezinski is a smart and strong politician!

      It remains to add one tiny word "WAS" and the truth will shine :))))
  12. Asgard
    Asgard 2 January 2013 14: 57
    +7
    Wait, the strategy of Healthy Forces does not allow the "underdeveloped" (Anglo-Saxons, Levites, "entities")) to survive and it is interesting to listen to home-grown strategists, like Zbigniew, although apparently through him there is simply a broadcast of "wishes" Those who really crushed the banking system making it dominant in the whole world and thanks to "corporate" management, manages most of the processes in economics and politics ...

    Judging by what is happening, the strategies have to be revised, we see throwing from side to side (they are of course "good fellows" - adjust)), but they still do not have the feeling that they are playing ...

    Here it is necessary to see who (by name)) is behind this confusion in the world. Zbigniew, so, a talker with a head (face)) although as comrade-sias rightly noted, the mood in society towards such comrades is unambiguous .... Although it is better to interrogate with a drill in his hands, he will tell a lot of "interesting" things, on In my opinion, it will be more interesting, it will be more interesting to learn from the mistakes of our own, to learn lessons, not to allow in the future that BerLazar has a direct passage to the Kremlin - this is, after all, for the "initiates" - an analogue of the Khazar Kaganate - and after it the killing of the Russian people ...

    So Brzezinski can be useful, however, everything is useful for smart people, conclusions must be drawn from everything. No one wondered why the Freaks didn't succeed. Well, they’re like (like to shit)) smart ones - almost the whole world has taken over, Vova even dragged us to the WTO!? (He gave economic Sovereignty, and he insisted "patriot"))

    Everything in this World is not easy .........................., think "Grandfathers" (and think in Russian figurative language)) (though not published. modesty)) so that the game "with only one goal is over", apparently, the positions have been clarified - the task DON'T LEAVE "LADS" whatever post and position they occupy .....
  13. AK-74-1
    AK-74-1 2 January 2013 15: 13
    +2
    The old Polish Jew is still breathing and in his head, in general, not at all stupid thoughts for our "potential advanced partners". Yes, his words are absolutely unpleasant for any patriot of Russia, but you need to know this person.
  14. anchonsha
    anchonsha 2 January 2013 15: 27
    +1
    Brzezinski is a medieval Jesuit with a modern vision of the indispensable death of the US Empire, but even doomed by himself, he comes up with new political moves to save the US and the EU. Without this connection with the EU, the United States will not be able to survive, because NATO is needed for further wars. BUT the USA will die in its present form anyway. Hurry, maybe the arms race would have calmed down.
  15. denn
    denn 2 January 2013 15: 30
    +1
    I think history has given us enough reasons to use some of the Anglo-Saxon methods against them - the fifth column. It's time to beat their system in the heart and take it under some control. That’s what the trend of our future policy should look like. They will never lag behind Russia and history will continue. IMHO.

    PS I share links worthy, in my opinion, films that I recently watched. Who cares ....

    1150 years of confrontation between Russia and the West (2012)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=vcNZW-ytIDc

    J. Stalin: Defeat of the Fifth Column
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOweoPgUr2M&feature=player_embedded
  16. andrei332809
    andrei332809 2 January 2013 15: 47
    0
    the old wolf is getting old. not only is the "hackneyed record", but also insanity crept up unnoticed. if only to see him with a humpbacked side on the stakes, it would be a symbol of peace.
  17. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 15: 52
    10 th
    Brzezinski such, Brzezinski this way - I think if you had strategists of such magnitude as Zbigniew in Russia, you would regard him as a worthy enemy, and not as a Jesuit ...
    By the way, Sergey Ivanov looks something like him ...
    Compare yourself winked
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 2 January 2013 15: 55
      +2
      [quote = rinzhak] whatever you say, but Brzezinski is a smart and strong politician! [/ quote]

      [quote = rinzhak] Brzezinski is such, Brzezinski is this - I think if you had strategists of such magnitude as Zbigniew in Russia, you would regard him as a worthy enemy, and not as a Jesuit ...



      buddy, I’ll answer you like this if I would live in Russia and have such an apparatus of analysts. I assure you that I would predict the sunset and decline of the USA with jewelry accuracy !!! IMHO
      1. Egoza
        Egoza 2 January 2013 16: 13
        +2
        Apollo ! Bravo! They wrote everything clearly and clearly, thanks! (And happy New Year!)
        1. Apollo
          Apollo 2 January 2013 16: 55
          +1
          Quote: Egoza
          Apollon! Bravo! They wrote everything clearly and clearly, thanks! (And happy New Year!)


          Mutually! hi
    2. andrei332809
      andrei332809 2 January 2013 15: 55
      +4
      Quote: rinzhak
      if you had strategists of this magnitude in Russia

      Maybe there's. but they are unlikely to prepare the world a complete alescaput. still, our people are kinder to the world
    3. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 15: 56
      +3
      And I would put this photo at the beginning of the article repeat
    4. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 16: 20
      +5
      There is no need to beg for his merits, but there is no need to overestimate him, especially since his predictions simply failed miserably. Shit on Russia, but she stands, praised America as a hegemon, and in the last booklet he cries: "Save America ..." The prophet turned out to be full of holes, and now, both externally and internally, he is a pitiful entity.
    5. denn
      denn 2 January 2013 16: 24
      +2
      On the conscience of this man there are many innocent human lives, sacrificed to the dominance of Anglo-Saxon ideology, parasitism. How else can you relate to this person? Let us then honor professional criminals. He killed beautifully - you are respected. Stole beautifully - you respect.
      1. hrych
        hrych 2 January 2013 16: 31
        +5
        There was a period of the Cold War, when the Polish card was played to destroy the "Warsaw Pact", where this bastard rose to the big six, and the main rot was Wojtyla (Ioann-Pablya II). As a result, the Poles are the main supplier of prostitutes to Europe and also sell apples. In general, these two boars achieved the greatness of the Commonwealth.
    6. old rocket man
      old rocket man 2 January 2013 19: 29
      +3
      rinzhak,
      We have strategists of this, and even larger, scale; it is another matter that they are not in sight and not in power, but it seems that now they have begun to listen to them, which is why the US "strategists" began to stir.
      For us, of course, Brzezinski reptile, but not a bastard, a bastard is something small, unpleasant, but harmless, and Brzezinski = seasoned, intelligent and influential reptileand it’s not surprising that he is trying to delay the end of the American Empire, only everything goes against his advice, Russia is moving closer to China and is not going to cast Ukraine to its fate, so-pipets crept unnoticed, the kitten (America) will no longer shit laughing
    7. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 46
      +1
      ahahahahaha)) Well, in Bzhizik and erysipelas!))
    8. 123dv
      123dv 3 January 2013 03: 44
      0
      And who said that the Jesuits were not worthy enemies.
      We regard it as a worthy evil and clever enemy and Jesuit.
      Otherwise, his person would not be given so much time.
      A strong enemy, without knowing it, makes us stronger!
      So be stronger!
  18. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 16: 03
    0
    Quote: Thunderbolt
    And I would put this photo at the beginning of the article

    and I would ...
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 16: 07
      +2
      Well, we are discussing "Brzezik", and your photo, excuse me, into any gate hi
    2. segamegament
      segamegament 2 January 2013 21: 34
      +2
      Come on then, this one, because after all, in truth, it will be right!
      1. rinzhak
        rinzhak 2 January 2013 22: 45
        -4
        What is it you posted?
        1. segamegament
          segamegament 3 January 2013 01: 17
          +2
          It’s true, son, open your eyes and stop watching CNN BBC and the rest of the Jewish pornoxy, otherwise you will soon be in the place of Bush ...
  19. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 16: 10
    10 th
    Quote: Thunderbolt
    Well, we are discussing "Brzezik", and your photo, excuse me, into any gate

    no, I understand that Brzezinski’s - but you post a photo of Zbigniew and it seems Bin Laden, and I’ll answer you a photo of Putin and Kadyrov hi
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 16: 16
      +1
      It seems that it’s necessary. And I’m not laying it out for you. What did you get?
      1. andrei332809
        andrei332809 2 January 2013 16: 23
        +3
        thunder.
        healthy, Lech! How is Samara’s liver after the holiday?
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 16: 30
          +3
          Hi! We met with dignity! Today in the morning we went skiing with the whole family. And the whole New Year's dumbbell fellow In general, we will live!
  20. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 16: 28
    -9
    Quote: hrych
    There is no need to beg for his merits, but there is no need to overestimate him, especially since his predictions simply failed miserably. Shit on Russia, but she stands, praised America as a hegemon, and in the last booklet he cries: "Save America ..." The prophet turned out to be full of holes, and now, both externally and internally, he is a pitiful entity.

    you know, before, during the Cold War era, of course, there was criticism and mockery of the hawks of imperialism. But then it was all quite elegant and correct! These are, for example, "Windows ROSTA" or cartoons "Kukryniksy"
    and what now - "to shit on Russia", "old fart Bzhizik" and stuff like that ...
    All this shows your weakness.
    Revive at least on your website your Boris Efimovs hi
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 16: 39
      +7
      He would be a great commander, such as Napoleon, maybe he was honored with hatred, but respect. And this person is a small dirty trickster, you will get hatred, but respect is zero. If you are a Pole, you love him, and we will fire him. About weakness - it’s not correct, especially after the news about the descent of new submarine missile carriers from the stocks, which in Bzhizhki certainly causes attacks of diarrheal hemorrhoids. Kukryniksy is not needed here, he is in his low-esteemed old age and so looks ridiculous.
    2. bubla5
      bubla5 2 January 2013 17: 57
      +3
      Yes, you will already have a clean birth rate soon at zero, you need to adopt children from Africa, they are closer to the blood of Americans, from Europe it is useless - some homosexuals and gays
  21. bubla5
    bubla5 2 January 2013 16: 30
    +1
    Old morazmatiki, almost all politicians in the United States of this age, they probably have a shift after Vietnam-skull presses
  22. Apollo
    Apollo 2 January 2013 16: 39
    +1
    PLAN Brzezinski. http: // http: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = i-z65xrauRY]
  23. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 16: 54
    -3
    Quote: hrych
    zheniya. And this person is a small dirty trickster, you will get hatred, but respect is zero. If you are a Pole, you love him, and we will fire him. About weakness - not correct, especially after the news about the descent from the stocks of new submarine missile carriers

    well, the U.S. Navy has enough nuclear submarines like that ...
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 17: 06
      +8
      Viditeli, Dear Ryzhnyak, Russia has not yet set goals for eliminating the United States and we need weapons to cool violent heads (like Bzhyzhka, who, for the sake of hatred of Russia, is ready to destroy his native Poland, which I can safely prove to you. And live with the letter "Y" intentionally so no one would guess). There is a thousand-year confrontation between Poland and Russia for supremacy in the Slavic world, which, by the way, is sad, and this is the leading merit of the Vatican. But when the Poles are ready to cooperate with Napoleon, Hitler, Bush for the sake of the liberation of Poland, this is a betrayal, incl. and Poland, as a Slavic state, especially for the above-mentioned Poles, cannon fodder, which is also easily confirmed by historical science.
      1. rinzhak
        rinzhak 2 January 2013 17: 20
        10 th
        disagree with you ...
        There is not any hatred of Russia in the West - this is all a myth.
        The West expects you to revive as an Empire (at least on the Eurasian continent). The West needs a worthy adversary in the new century ...
        I would recommend you take an example and learn geopolitics at least from the same Brzezinski!
        You either sit down for the cloth of the Great Game, or stand and silently watch Zach play the grandmasters bully
        By the way, do you have Russians, do you have any doctrine?
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 17: 22
          +7
          Quote: rinzhak
          By the way, do you have Russians, do you have any doctrine?

          Whoever comes to us with a sword will die by the sword
        2. Misantrop
          Misantrop 2 January 2013 17: 26
          +4
          Quote: rinzhak
          There is not any hatred of Russia in the West - this is all a myth.
          Do we mean the people or the government and those who sponsor it? If they do not mean as an enemy, at least potential, then they do not allocate SUCH sums for espionage, subversive activities and sponsorship of defectors
          Quote: rinzhak
          and you Rusich have at least some kind of doctrine?
          With the "club on the kumpol" of the disgruntled dirty trick, why not a doctrine? “You don’t need someone else, but don’t interfere with us” is another centuries-old doctrine. Need more? winked
        3. hrych
          hrych 2 January 2013 17: 36
          +7
          The problem was not in the so-called "genius" Brzezinski and Kisinger, but in the collective-farm heads of political bureaucrats who were incapable of analytics, but only a young leader with experience in agent-intelligence activities appeared and the hard-working secretaries of state "floated".
        4. segamegament
          segamegament 2 January 2013 21: 51
          +3
          “One of the hallmarks of American diplomacy after the end of the Cold War, and especially after the Bush administration came to power, is that America feels uncomfortable if not the main player. When the Americans see that some kind of unification is taking place around Russia, they are afraid that the situation will get out of control. ”Charles Kapchan. The "big game" player is the USA.

          Fear? The doctrine of the Russian Federation in the near future will be reduced to the fact that only diapers are delivered from the PRC to the USA, for the time of fear has passed, the time has come for the Yankees to slander liquid !!!
        5. sergey49
          sergey49 April 1 2013 18: 54
          0
          We-Russians have one doctrine, the Generalissimus, Count A.V.Suvorov said it long time ago: WE-RUSSIANS, BECAUSE UNBEATABLE !! Read what Prince Alexander Nevsky and Generalissimus I.V. Stalin said about the occasion! the people threw off all this husk, such as the world revolution and the brotherhood of peoples, and the face of the Slav Warrior appeared, who, like a bulldozer, raked up all this Western evil spirits led by Hitler! But in the West, everything is numb, sharpen your teeth again, you will probably have to teach that someone with a sword will come, from the sword and perish! AND WILL BE THEN ONE! And all Brzezinski evil spirits (and others like him) put together a strong coffin!
    2. uladzimir.surko
      uladzimir.surko 2 January 2013 17: 42
      +2
      Big torpedo to the big ship! hi
  24. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 17: 09
    -7
    Quote: denn
    On the conscience of this man there are many innocent human lives, sacrificed to the dominance of Anglo-Saxon ideology, parasitism. How else can you relate to this person? Let us then honor professional criminals. He killed beautifully - you are respected. Stole beautifully - you respect.

    you distort - Brzezinski did not kill anyone and did not steal anything ...

    Quote: hrych
    There was a Cold War period when the Polish card was played to destroy the "Warsaw Pact"

    Well, start playing your cards in Russia and the West will begin to respect you!
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 17: 21
      +4
      We have Putin's Plan, which is cooler than cards. The West did not respect us only in EBNye years, which was expressed in the rundas of our hero. Now, with respect, everything is fine: Candoliza's hysteria, Hillary's disease, and Obama's brilliance and poverty. In general, stop listening to all sorts of traitors, return to the Slavic world of Rynzhak, in Anglo-Saxon nothing good shines.
    2. Olegovi4
      Olegovi4 2 January 2013 17: 25
      +6
      And we don’t need your respect. Spit on him from the bell tower. We need a strong country. And we make her stronger.
    3. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 17: 34
      +5
      Quote: rinzhak
      start playing cards in your own country and the West ...

      ... will fall into hysteria, as has already been done more than once in the period of only recent history. Recall how the Emperor promised to send a million spectators in gray overcoats to the premiere of the performance in democratic France? wink

      Quote: rinzhak
      Brzezinski did not kill anyone and did not steal anything ...

      Who personally killed Hitler? Or at least a list of his thefts of another's property in the studio? .. winked

    4. bubla5
      bubla5 2 January 2013 18: 12
      0
      First, we will put Europe on the needle and energy, and later on the food, and then we will see
    5. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 4 January 2013 02: 28
      0
      Quote: rinzhak
      you distort - Brzezinski did not kill anyone and did not steal anything ...


      So Hitler too. And why is it white and fluffy?
  25. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 17: 27
    -6
    Quote: hrych
    In general, stop listening to all traitors, return to the Slavic world of Rynzhak, in Anglo-Saxon there is nothing good to shine about.

    disagree with you ...
    West is a culture! and, in principle, the whole fate of Russia is a civilizational choice between the West and the East. We want to see you not as wild bears, but as civilized hawks!
    1. Olegovi4
      Olegovi4 2 January 2013 17: 31
      +2
      The fate of Russia is the link between the West and the East. We embrace culture and "left and right". If Russia starts to choose - either the West or the East, then Russia as a state will end. This is exactly what you want. But it won't!
    2. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 17: 36
      +3
      Quote: rinzhak
      We want to see you not as wild bears, but as civilized hawks!

      And then we wash the planet from the liquid manifestations of your vision? When will you see firsthand? laughing
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 18: 17
        +1
        Quote: rinzhak
        . We want to see you not as wild bears, but as civilized hawks!

        Thank you for the Humor! Hawks --- so that, together, to resist the militant Islamists, whom YOU also "cherished" (see photos am ) Tempting prospect, gentlemen overseas benefactors.
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 23: 00
          +5
          .................................................. ..............................
          .................................................. ...
    3. slas
      slas 2 January 2013 19: 43
      +3
      Quote: rinzhak
      West is a culture! and, in principle, the whole fate of Russia is a civilizational choice between the West and the East. We want to see you not as wild bears, but as civilized hawks!

      Everything is clear with you. We will not convince you that you grew up like this - you are "black" and you are "white" Well, something like this
    4. segamegament
      segamegament 2 January 2013 22: 21
      +3
      Remember, children of Rus, everything that foreigners say to you is only a lie and a great deception, which will lead your souls from the Right Ways into darkness (hell) ”

      And as a civilized man, the Byzantine missionary Belisarius, visiting the Novgorod land in 850 CE, wrote about Slovenes and Rusyns: “Orthodox Slovenians and Rusyns are wild people, and their life is wild and godless. Are the men and women of Nagy locked together in a hot-warmed hut and torturing their own body, whipping themselves with mercenary rods mercilessly, to exhaustion? and after jumping into the ice hole, or a snowdrift, and, hungry, again going into the hut to torture her body. "

      How could this dirty, unwashed Europe know what a Russian bath is? Until the XNUMXth century, when the Slavs-Russians did not teach the "clean" Europeans to make soap, they did not wash themselves. Therefore, they constantly had epidemics of typhoid, plague, cholera, smallpox and so on. Marie Antoinette washed her face only two times: once before the wedding, a second time before the execution.

      Why did Europeans buy silk from us? Yes, because lice did not start there. But while this silk reached Paris, a kilogram of silk was already worth a kilogram of gold. Therefore, only rich people could afford silk.
    5. Kaa
      Kaa 2 January 2013 22: 29
      +5
      Quote: rinzhak
      We want to see you not as wild bears, but as civilized hawks!

      Bird ... sorry ... crying
    6. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 4 January 2013 02: 31
      0
      Pop it is not a culture ... but a part of the body.
  26. figvamforever
    figvamforever 2 January 2013 17: 32
    0
    Quote: hrych
    There is a millennium-old confrontation between Poland and Russia for supremacy in the Slavic world, which by the way is sad and this is the leading merit of the Vatican.

    There was no confrontation between Poland and Russia, you messed up something.
  27. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 17: 38
    -5
    Quote: Olegovi4
    And we don’t need your respect. Spit on him from the bell tower. We need a strong country. And we make her stronger.

    you cannot do anything alone - history has shown it ...
    even the communism that you praise is a project of the West! Stop oppressing the spirit of Westerners. No wonder your emperor Peter the first opened to you - peasants, a window to Europe! An alliance with the West is your future!

    Quote: Olegovi4
    This is exactly what you want. But this will not happen!

    Brzezinski says the right words in his books!
    You Russians should think not only about yourself, but also the second half of the world.
    The world should rest solely on bipolar architecture, where two conceptually symbiotic ideologies will provide parity. Such as, for example, communism and capitalism - they have one father ...
    1. Olegovi4
      Olegovi4 2 January 2013 17: 41
      +2
      You seem to live back in the 20th century. What kind of communism ??? And yes, we are men! And you have tolerant fagots.! Here is your culture! And they also loved the Crusades, going to rob, and teaching life. And why do you refuse the culture of the peoples of the east.? They had their own state thousands of years ago. And education is the United States, this is a temporary phenomenon.
    2. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 17: 43
      +3
      Quote: rinzhak
      No wonder your emperor Peter the first opened to you - peasants, a window to Europe!

      Peter cut through the window, slamming the door. Google the list of reforms planned (and have already begun) by his older sister Sophia.
      Quote: rinzhak
      you can’t do anything alone

      The greatest thinkers of the planet (although this is carefully extorted from all their publications) have repeatedly pointed out that Slavic civilization is self-sufficient. And this is exactly what the West cannot forgive her
    3. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 17: 56
      +1
      You see how it ended, the despicable American emigrant of Polish descent teaches Russian culture. The whole world knows Pushkin, Tolstoy, but the great Poles, oh yes, the Wachevsky brothers (the creators of the Matrix), oh no, I’ve remade one woman, now Larry Wachowski is no more, just like the creative duo “Wachowski brothers” actually. But there is Lana Wachowski.
    4. bubla5
      bubla5 2 January 2013 18: 14
      +1
      It's time to close this window
    5. segamegament
      segamegament 2 January 2013 22: 25
      +5
      Quote: rinzhak
      even the communism that you praise is a project of the West!

      Yeah, while your friend Ulyanov didn’t throw you, divorced as loshki, promising one thing, and doing the other, and how he threw that the unwashed trap came to its senses only in the 23rd year, recognizing the USSR project which for the long 60 years had taken the West into all cracks))) )))
      Quote: rinzhak
      An alliance with the West is your future!

      This pindocennok tell Iraqis, Libyans, Syrians, Afghans, Vietnamese, Iranians and other "Western friends"
  28. Black
    Black 2 January 2013 17: 48
    +2
    Regarding his first opus about chess cells .....
    Quote: hrych
    You do not have to beg his merits, but you do not need to overestimate him either, because his predictions simply failed miserably. Shit on Russia, but it stands, praised America like a hegemon,

    Let's be honest - in '97 we were in the same .... that still takes trembling. Many of us believed that we would start to get on our feet quickly? The ST with all the analytical centers could not predict the arrival of GDP. And the tendencies of the 90s were preserved, maybe we counted not three, but 7-8 flaps from Russia.
    With regard to his last cock cry, one feels great concern about the loss of hegemony by the States. Let this warrior withdraw with this alarm ....
    By the way, always thought_ for whom he is more worried about the USA or Poland ??
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 January 2013 18: 02
      +2
      I repeat a little, for the sake of hatred of Russia, such sick individuals are ready to sacrifice Poland, one way or another in the war of the USSR and the USA, Poland would die first.
  29. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 18: 05
    -6
    Quote: Misantrop
    The greatest thinkers of the planet (although this is carefully extorted from all their publications) have repeatedly pointed out that Slavic civilization is self-sufficient.

    I do not understand what Slavic civilization is ...
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 18: 09
      +3
      Quote: rinzhak
      I do not understand what Slavic civilization is ...

      Many do not understand. For the simple reason that other civilizations that dominated the planet then made every effort to destroy it. They did not succeed, although they were close to this. Let's look further ... wink
    2. segamegament
      segamegament 2 January 2013 22: 30
      +3
      This is such a civilization that many, many years ago drove the present unwashed west into the Stone Age, from which he managed to get out in the middle of the last millennium, all in vomit, unwashed and plague, and then the Great Jewish Game began. But in it you didn’t even come close for a moment, not only to the mat, but also to the shah. This is just the beginning laughing
    3. ikrut
      ikrut 3 January 2013 18: 33
      +1
      Quote: rinzhak
      I do not understand what Slavic civilization is ...

      But I don't understand what is "modern Western civilization"? "Civilization" of unrestrained consumption, destruction of ecology, substitution of human values ​​for immorality, the bloodiest wars, the most Jesuit ideas and ideologies, the most horrific weapon for the destruction of people, the lowest "culture". And it could not be otherwise, because this "civilization" itself is just a product of unlimited animal "consumerism ... love." By this, by the way, you managed to bring down the USSR, deceiving people, like a hard-core swindler deceives simple-minded peasants. But this will not happen again. To our happiness and your NOT happiness. You have nothing more to "fool" us. You ran out of even shiny trinkets. And we have already ceased to be "natives".
    4. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 4 January 2013 05: 02
      0
      Quote: rinzhak
      I do not understand what is Slavic civilization


      And don't try, it's not yours ...........
  30. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 18: 17
    -3
    Quote: Misantrop
    Many do not understand. For the simple reason that other civilizations that dominated the planet then made every effort to destroy it. They did not succeed, although they were close to this. Let's look further ... wink

    you must understand your role on a civilizational scale - there is no time and nothing to exchange for this Slavschinism (who needs it)? Some kind of cowardice ...
    The West and Brzezinski have long been talking about the special role of Russia - the role of a counterweight to the West in building the New World Order. Ideally, a return to the Cold War era, but with instructive conclusions so as not to make the mistakes that were made by both sides in the late 80s
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 18: 26
      +2
      Quote: rinzhak
      you must understand your role on a civilizational scale

      Why the hell is this necessary? Another attempt to insert an independent role in someone else's play on second roles. Hitler did something stupid at one time - he tried to fight the descendants of the Aryans for the future of the Aryan race. Despite the fact that the Aryans were never particularly belligerent. He crashed into the trash and got around the idea ... Sly Zbigniew again wants to blind the Slavs against Asia to cover the decrepit Europe. Well, yes, a thousand years have been covered, maybe enough?
    2. slas
      slas 2 January 2013 19: 48
      +2
      Quote: rinzhak
      there is no time and nothing to exchange for this Slavschinism (who needs it)? Some kind of cowardice ...

      You let your steam go, or even rude and offensive, you can run into
      1. Misantrop
        Misantrop 2 January 2013 19: 53
        +2
        Quote: slas
        let your steam

        This is too complicated. The habit of looking at the whole planet from top to bottom is too deeply eaten (like the desire to lead, evaluate and teach)
    3. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 52
      +2
      Oh, listen, get out of here with your delirium! The Slavs are far more years old than the West, and you, the eternally unwashed ushlopki, have constantly screamed and licked at us and did so many dirty tricks that when the time comes to pay the bills, you will not be able to sit in pain!
    4. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 4 January 2013 02: 34
      0
      WE HAVE ALREADY Heard Conversations about the "New World Order" IN 1812 AND 1941
    5. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 4 January 2013 05: 00
      0
      Quote: rinzhak
      there is no time and nothing to exchange for this Slavschinism (who needs it)?


      US...
      If your civilization is: in Tolirast and liberal, then fire ....

      It is better to build a civilization with the Chinese than with pi ... races.
      Our cultures are an order of magnitude older than arrogant-Saxon!
  31. Asgard
    Asgard 2 January 2013 18: 24
    +2
    Well, about Poland, here, the respected members of the forum are full of delusions, there never was Greater Poland (all the Anglo-Saxon enemies)) It's about like Greater Mongolia (which also did not exist in nature)) ..
    The territory of Poland is a center for the Slavs being slaughtered. When Ashkenazi Jews were made from the Aryans, and at the same time they were brainwashed about some kind of Historical Panovian share ....
    By the way, the "Ashkenazi" project did not lead to any significant success and today they are trying to merge it - although these are good biorobots, they blow up at any call from the "owner" ...
    As I wrote above. Brzezinski - of such polemics in conversation, he is not strong, but books signed by him are often published. And you look at who the chief editors of the media and the owners of Mass Media are. So bad business is simple ..
    For example on Authorship, take as an example. Russian law on the Stabilization Fund, which is attributed to Kudrin ("the best finance minister at all times and peoples"))) this dirty trick listed the countries in the text of the law in Latin, and not in the ABC (which for him is the first and in some way) ) then Judas signed up for something he doesn't understand ...
    But the "essence" that the Federal Law wrote about the placement of the Stabilization Fund in the Fed does not at all claim authorship, since everything is one for it, that the signature of "Brzezinski", that "Kudrin".

    So I think the personality of Zbigniew is exaggerated in History ... Arouses interest in the "figures" behind him .... (about the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, Watburgs, Morgan ..., the same puppet theater))
    1. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 53
      +4
      Yes, Poland is an ugly entity that always interferes with Russia. This piece of the West did not bring anything good, except for filth and a warrior.
  32. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 18: 50
    -4
    Quote: Misantrop
    Why the hell is this necessary?

    here is your typical national problem - laziness ...
    you can't say so - "why is it necessary" We must get involved in a fight and that's it ...
    As long as there is movement - there is progress, stand up - perish.
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 18: 52
      +5
      Quote: rinzhak
      here is your typical national problem - laziness ...

      "They catch on weak fraer", have you heard the saying? Not laziness, but unwillingness to drag hot chestnuts out of the fire for someone else's mouth. For 1000 years, the role of a buffer for someone else's cart will bother anyone wink
  33. Black
    Black 2 January 2013 18: 51
    +3
    Quote: Asgard
    otshilda and rockefellers, watburgs, morgan ....., the same puppet theater))

    Yes, you are right, apparently. This pshek is a periscope. Submarine, they are.
    1. SlavaP
      SlavaP 2 January 2013 21: 50
      +1
      Well Duc, if the periscope is detected - consider the submarine is almost in your pocket soldier
  34. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 19: 00
    -3
    Quote: Misantrop
    For 1000 years, the role of a buffer for someone else’s cart will annoy anyone

    these 1000 years is your great story! Are you tired of being great ?! then give this role to the Asians, give the old man * a gift for old age ...

    * in the sense of Zbigniew

    Quote: Thunderbolt
    A tempting prospect, gentlemen, overseas benefactors.

    so what? the way even so - and you do not agree with something?
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 2 January 2013 19: 21
      +1
      Quote: rinzhak
      this is your great story! Are you tired of being great ?!

      The great sacrifices of the Soviet people in World War II (dig deeper, to save time, I think, is not worth it), when Western capitals equipped a trailer called "Nazi Reich" and it rolled to our cities and villages after such a strange war on the western front (Dunkirk alone is worth something!), the 2nd front is completely ridiculous, if it were not so sad ... I think they added wisdom to our leadership and I hope to the entire multinational Russian people, just at the genetic level. With your active help, we have become so great that I am afraid to imagine what greatness you are preparing for us in the future. May my land not become impoverished by the Aleksandras Nevsky and other "Voyevods"
    2. valokordin
      valokordin 2 January 2013 19: 27
      0
      What are you talking about, do not discount this zvignev’s feud, he’s a real puppeteer, listen to deputy edra Fedorov, his last interview that Russia is not sovereign and pays $ 300bn of indemnity for its defeat. He certainly praises Putin as the only one who can restore sovereignty, right? But one thing is clear that the United States decides whom to put where, on which chair. After all, VV appointed Serdyuk with the task of ruining the army, but something did not grow together, he had to be removed, but he would never surrender it, or rather would not surrender it to the hands of justice, the State Department would not agree.
      1. old rocket man
        old rocket man 2 January 2013 19: 44
        +2
        valokordin,
        Something you, Volodya, didn’t go there, in my opinion you are a little too much.
      2. bubla5
        bubla5 2 January 2013 19: 54
        0
        Do not be afraid until May there will be a heart attack in the former mo
    3. Misantrop
      Misantrop 2 January 2013 19: 41
      +1
      Quote: rinzhak
      these 1000 years is your great story!

      No, this thousand is the meager term that Western puppeteers allow us to recall. Like before - only a tree with cones (they used to shout that it was a palm tree, but then they realized that it did not grow in Siberia).
      Quote: rinzhak
      give this role to Asians

      And their faces will not crack?
      Quote: rinzhak
      do you disagree with something?
      With what? With overseas conductors, commanders, whom to give something to, who to join, and to whom to shut up and not shine
      1. rinzhak
        rinzhak 2 January 2013 20: 18
        -4
        The role of Russia is inextricably linked with world architecture and the desire to build a new world lock.
        On the question of what the world of tomorrow will be like, we will come to an alternative of choice: a multipolar world, a bipolar or unipolar one. It is possible to discuss for a long time and hotly on this topic, but I believe that only a bipolar world is an ideal form of coexistence of civilizations. A number of prominent Western thinkers, including neoconservative views (which I share), incl. and Z. Brzezinski in his book "The Grand Chessboard" He conducted a detailed analysis of what threats are possible in the raging striving to build a New World Order, and if it fails in this historical period of time, then at least attempts to restore the status quo of the USSR and the USA. One of the main threats is certainly shifting from Europe to Asia, and to be more precise, that in the steppes of Central Asia. Brzezinski just called them - the Eurasian Balkans.
        What Putin is doing today is what Brzezinski wrote about - Putin is building a new Eurasian architecture. The day is not far off when it will become the Balkans ...
        Neoknes would like to return to a state in which the world was more progressive than ever - this is the length of time from the Yalta conference to the period of the relaxation of tension in the late 80s.
        Today, the West admits that a mistake was made in this deceptive truce. The truce seemed to have arrived, but thereby ended the era of the New World Order proclaimed after the Second World War.
        Renounce your obsession with the so-called PANSLOVANISM is a utopia ...
        Russia should become an absolutely secular, progressive empire, Orthodoxy should be replaced by a new idea of ​​building a world order in the spirit of futurists, maybe even neo-Masonic!
        And therefore, Brzezinski is not without reason writing about the destructive role of Orthodoxy in the consciousness of Russian people.
        It is not far from the obsessions of this religion to slide into those centuries when the Slavs believed in some god Perun. Think about it - you are smart people like Perun in the XNUMXst century?
        1. segamegament
          segamegament 2 January 2013 22: 40
          +2
          Quote: rinzhak
          And therefore, Brzezinski is not without reason writing about the destructive role of Orthodoxy in the consciousness of Russian people.

          Bryuzhinsky is being questioned, and Russia will return to Veles and Perun, then the extermination of the Khazar Khaganate to the west will seem like a walk along Treptow Park. Do not anger the peaceful Russian bear, otherwise he will cram your chicken with the full anus of cedar cones, after which it will be already problematic to paw on the ground with his paws to take off!
        2. harrymur
          harrymur 3 January 2013 00: 00
          +1
          competently, everything is very affordable, just give a damn about it, the hostages of all this crap are Europe from Paris to the Urals + Britain, by the way they are still unaware that their miserable pastures sweat with an eye, lope there for 1-3 warheads, horror, and because no one has changed the charters, our warriors need
          so that then all the ensigns were written off according to the norms,
          count, the whole debate about how many Russian rackets will be sent to America,
          Europe will never recover after the war with the Russians, never, everything from Paris to the Urals, together with Soho and Edinburgh, will be thrown back to the Middle Ages to the Electric Ages, without the right to restore the years to 50-100,
          In short, any bastard who opens the Russian box of Pandora will be damned, and his people will be forgotten
        3. Misantrop
          Misantrop 3 January 2013 11: 06
          +2
          Quote: rinzhak
          I believe that only a bipolar world is an ideal form of coexistence of civilizations

          And if you try to study the numbers at least within one hand? The unipolar world under the US leadership was already full, the constant war and the crowds of saboteurs make few people happy. A bipolar world - constant balancing on the brink of global conflict. Also not much joy. And if we assume that there can be more than two centers of power? Or is the oak Anglo-Saxon logic in this situation starting to fail?
          Quote: rinzhak
          Russia must ... Orthodoxy should ...
          And again "should", "should", etc.? To whom do you owe, how much and on what conditions did you borrow? Who, what and who? Maybe the usurious manners will be enough?
          Quote: rinzhak
          Brzezinski not without reason writes about the destructive role of Orthodoxy in the consciousness of Russian people.
          Well yes, this religion is not aggressive enough for a chain dog. And if the Slavs suddenly return to primordial self-consciousness, not entangled by the thousands of debt bonds imposed on them, then for cunning moneylenders a catastrophe will come in general, their loan percentage (due to which they lived for centuries) will be unclaimed
    4. segamegament
      segamegament 2 January 2013 22: 36
      +2
      Quote: rinzhak
      these 1000 years is your great story!

      Our history goes back at least 5000 years, but for the tattered Coca-Colchoffoff and 250 years already a great story)))))
      Quote: rinzhak
      Are you tired of being great ?!

      We are not tired, and you will never be them ... laughing
    5. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 4 January 2013 05: 07
      0
      Quote: rinzhak
      do you disagree with something?


      Now let your brazenly Saxon Bosko climb under Chinese bullets, and we will admire this beauty aside.
  35. barbell
    barbell 2 January 2013 20: 15
    +5
    guys, this old man Brzezinski should be treated calmly. he pathologically hates our country, but he is very old, and will die soon, spit on him and leave him alone, there would be something to pay attention to.
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 2 January 2013 20: 47
      +3
      Quote: halter
      will die

      Yes, he is already absenteeism in the morgue. but from old age it stinks no less
  36. SlavaP
    SlavaP 2 January 2013 21: 53
    +1
    Listen, why are we even wasting our precious time discussing cyan nonsense?
    Maybe someone expected something else from him?
  37. Твtvjag
    Твtvjag 2 January 2013 21: 55
    +1
    I have a simple and naive question: where is OUR answer to Brzezinski, where did the politicians of the magnitude Gorchakov, Stolypin, Gromyko go?
    1. Goldkonstantin
      Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 56
      +1
      We have Zhirinovsky. Isn't that enough?
  38. Shooter308ful
    Shooter308ful 2 January 2013 21: 55
    +2
    Z. Brzezinski is the enemy of Russia №1. For he is one of the main strategists of the US external doctrine in recent years, the doctrine of world domination.
    The enemy does not need to be afraid, he must be respected in order to destroy.
    Russia needs a powerful political strategist who would openly and clearly declare to the whole world that Russia's strategic goal is to return Russia to the borders of the USSR and beyond (the homeland of this Brzezinski is also part of the Russian Empire, let the strategist remember). And this is legal, for we return the lost, and not conquer the new. This is Russia's main task for the first thirty years.
    And the most interesting and paradoxical is that the right foreign policy of Russia in relation to the developing East and crisis Europe can very strongly omit the United States financially as a printing press of the supposedly world dollar currency. Zbigniew knows this very well, for Russia, with its gigantic energy resources, is closer to China and Europe.
    This is the eternal splinter in the decrepit ass of Zbigniew — enormous energy resources, the favorable geographical location of Russia and its relatively independent behavior in foreign policy.
    The leadership of our Russia needs to be not relatively, absolutely independent in foreign policy in relation to the United States, and for this to be clear and clearly announce the return of Russia to the borders of the Russian Empire.
    With respect to old man Zbigniew, he will more than once roll over in the grave (unless he is burned) from the successes of my Motherland-Russia.
  39. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 22: 35
    -2
    Quote: Shooter308ful
    . And this is legal, for we return the lost, and not conquer the new. This is Russia's main task for the first thirty years.

    this is the right decision, the Russian people have completed more.
    But in realizing the goals, I would recommend that you not focus on any national issues (generally speaking, put aside the idea of ​​PANSLAVISM and ORTHODOXY) and try to look for a more effective consolidating ideology for the peoples of Asia. Keep in mind that on your desire to find their core in Orthodoxy or the exclusive role of the Slavs on the Eurasian continent, Asians will contrast the much more attractive idea of ​​PAN-TURKISM and Islam.
    Bet on the edited version of cosmopolitanism (on the national question) and Eurasianism (as a counterweight to Anglo-Saxonism)
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 3 January 2013 16: 06
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      Quote: rinzhak
      I would recommend that you not focus on any national issues (generally speaking, put aside the idea of ​​PANSLAVISM and ORTHODOXY) and try to look for a more effective consolidating ideology for the peoples of Asia.

      Well, yes, once again push your problems into a dusty corner and try on the role of a bridle for an Asian monster carefully raised by Western hands. Put your hands up so that this "treasure" does not bite the owner and breadwinner. And Anglo-Saxon, meanwhile, will watch from the side that the balance is observed so that the monster does not wither in the Slavic hands. Or vice versa, so as not to overfeed inadvertently. The same play that has been boring for a millennium ... wink
  40. segamegament
    segamegament 2 January 2013 22: 44
    +2
    When Bush the senior dies soon, I will put a box of vodaras at work, let them drink the enemy of the human race and the murderers for death.
    When Brzezinski dies, I will put a box of horse-flesh and order whores, as the deceased himself was, so this will be the fun of the brother !!!
  41. 1goose3
    1goose3 2 January 2013 22: 52
    +1
    The old hag is croaking around the states, it seems really not far off
  42. rinzhak
    rinzhak 2 January 2013 22: 59
    -2
    Quote: segamegament
    When Bush the senior dies soon, I will put a box of vodaras at work, let them drink the enemy of the human race and the murderers for death.
    When Brzezinski dies, I will put a box of horse-flesh and order whores, as the deceased himself was, so this will be the fun of the brother !!!

    Quote: 1goose3
    The old hag is croaking around the states, it seems really not far off

    Does your religion teach you this?
    it seems to me that someone is very much influencing your consciousness. Affects secretly, badly, and therefore extremely dangerous ...
    Evaluate your history, evaluate and try to understand that the years of the USSR were the most progressive for the Russians. As soon as the crosses were returned to you, evil is rushing from your lips. Why's that? think at your leisure ...
    Do not ruin yourself, do not take an example from such characters as Stenka Razin - be civilized!
    1. segamegament
      segamegament 3 January 2013 01: 26
      +1
      Quote: rinzhak
      Evaluate your history, evaluate and try to understand that the years of the USSR were the most progressive for the Russians.

      These years were progressive exclusively for Pindosikoff, in these years they got out of hard drinking, and after the collapse of the USSR they went into hard drinking again, and judging by the hard drinking, it will end with a cool squirrel ...
      Quote: rinzhak
      Do not ruin yourself, do not take an example from such characters as Stenka Razin - be civilized!

      Pindociki you have already ruined yourself, take examples from Breivik and you will be happy, it’s so crappy and tolerant, the population will decrease and fewer people have more oxygen.
    2. Captain45
      Captain45 3 January 2013 02: 19
      +1
      Quote: rinzhak
      it seems to me that someone is very much influencing your consciousness. Affects secretly, badly, and therefore extremely dangerous ...

      Yes, you are influencing such recommendations
      Quote: rinzhak
      Bet on an edited version of cosmopolitanism

      So you'd better keep your "smart" advice, cosmopolitan. You are our rootless. You are not here, in the sense of the site. Broadcast your silt in the "world cauldron" that is, in the states.
    3. 123dv
      123dv 3 January 2013 04: 09
      +2
      You’re smart guy, not touchy for attacks, that's good.
      But the historical movement does not take place within the limits of the human mind. Everything, even the most outstanding concepts, is just an attempt to systematize what is already happening.
      But who is in charge of the future?
      Our people may be rude in appearance and short-sighted, as it may seem, but this does not prevent them from traditionally, in full force, visiting the capitals of enemy states. It just so happened ....
      And it doesn’t matter what it's called, and it doesn’t matter how civilized it is from the outside ...
  43. Magadan
    Magadan 2 January 2013 23: 27
    +3
    Quote: rinzhak
    As soon as the crosses were returned to you, evil is rushing from your lips. Why's that? think at your leisure ...

    The crosses did not disappear anywhere. They hid them, but did not do anywhere. And Faith only strengthened from persecution.
    And then you are afraid of Orthodoxy. You know that Orthodoxy is this Power that revives from the ashes. As in the Time of Troubles, as during Napoleon and during the time of Mamai.
    And at the expense of the United States - everything is simple. While Russia fought in the 1st and 2nd World Wars, while the revolutions were shaking us, we could do little. Although they were the first to go into space, they mastered the atom, and alone against the whole world they managed to buttle in an arms race.
    America just stupidly cut coupons all this time. And the idea of ​​the dollar in 1944 became a part of the whole world (then it was thrown by the believing suckers) and the whole world made itself work due to the illusive threat of communism. That’s the whole secret. America does not possess any internal forces, any own brains, or any special genetic code (like that of the Germans or Russians). There is no point in crowding together the world around the USA. And it makes no sense to keep the loot in dollars. Inertia is just as yet.
    And so, America kayuk in any way, this is inevitable. Which, incidentally, is good for ordinary Americans. Why is it not clear from whom to spend on defense, is it not better to spend on housing, medicine and paying debts?
  44. Goldkonstantin
    Goldkonstantin 2 January 2013 23: 30
    +1
    Brzezinski is disingenuous. Again, "predicts" greatness. Lord, when will this biscuit go away? Indeed, when this happens, there will be one less tadpole. Although he understands that the time of his masters has passed and the United States is going downhill.
  45. boris.radevitch
    boris.radevitch 3 January 2013 05: 48
    +1
    Americans will soon have a fiscal cliff and amba that's for sure! am
  46. Hippopotamus
    Hippopotamus 3 January 2013 07: 53
    +1
    The article is an attempt to argue against a man-hater maniac who has survived from the mind. The occupation is meaningless, although in general it is informative.
  47. подводник
    подводник 3 January 2013 08: 52
    +2
    This interesting pepper rinzhak...
    Until now, he spoke to us under the flag of Kazakhstan ... earned credibility ....
    Having earned it began to spoil us in a plate .... already under the flag of the USA ...
    And a good tactical move was invented by these serophants .... at first you seem to be your own .... and then, surprisingly to everyone, you suddenly cut the "truth-womb" ...
    1. Seversk
      Seversk 3 January 2013 23: 02
      +1
      Also noticed, yes)))))))))) good
  48. rinzhak
    rinzhak 3 January 2013 09: 36
    0
    Quote: submariner
    Interesting pepper this rinzhak ...
    Until now, he spoke to us under the flag of Kazakhstan ... earned credibility ....
    Having earned it began to spoil us in a plate .... already under the flag of the USA ...
    And a good tactical move was invented by these serophants .... at first you seem to be your own .... and then, surprisingly to everyone, you suddenly cut the "truth-womb" ...

    Interestingly, are you thinking how to understand "earning authority"? Do you manage to distribute titles and shoulder straps to each other, only if someone's opinion is loyal to the opinion of a certain authoritative majority on the site?
    I think you still need to be more tolerant of the antagonistic opinion of your opponents, otherwise all your comments will turn into Krylov's fable - "... the cuckoo praises the rooster for praising the cuckoo."
  49. tommy1984
    tommy1984 5 January 2013 00: 21
    +1
    yes, without this political "diamond" the crown of the Statue of Liberty will immediately noticeably fade ...
  50. DeerIvanovich
    DeerIvanovich 6 January 2013 23: 35
    0
    the main problem is not even in the USA, but in multinational companies, it is no coincidence that the Rothschilds and Rockefellers combined financial flows. The club in the form of the United States did its job - there is no USSR, then the capitals will cope on their own (in the political sense, transnationals will now try to use all the states of the world as a tool for managing the world), especially given their migration towards Asia.
    It is a pity, but the policy of our government liberals of recent years confirms the fact of transnational control of our elites ....
    But still I hope that this is a strategic move of our government, so that there is time for the restoration of the managerial, financial and defense potential of the country.