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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 6:17 am    Post subject: Brzezinski Explains SEPT 11 Reply with quote

Brzezinski, decoded, it's quite clear.
I got to read swaths of this ON AIR to 300,000 mostly republicans, over two days.

partially quoted here:

DMX (hardcore gangsta rap): The Snake, the Rat, the Cat, the Dog, ya can't see nothin when you're livin in the fog.

links on my page
"scientific" methods of control
Wikipedia source explained, Brzezinski compared and explained
CIA controls ALL the media
Brzezinski decoded, quotes below.
MORE Brzezinski QUOTES
This Ain't Your Momma's CIA
Excellent analysis of the G8 War

"explicit aim of promoting radical Islam" = US foreign policy (and that's a quote) (from Wikipedia quoting US policy)

Brzezinski on America --"... society dominated by an elite whose claim to political power would rest on allegedly superior scientific know-how. Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control."

Communists have long stated simply that Capitalism -- especially neo-liberal global capitalism -- is incompatible with democracy, due to it's need of public repression in favor of private elite profit. (or a balanced Republican form of governance geared to human Liberty)

Brzezinski discusses the growing gap between "haves" and "have nots", globally and domestically, and the threat that presents to elite rule.

Brzezinski openly agrees with communists that democracy and capitalist acquisition as they want it are incompatible. Brzezinski's solution is to advocate subversion of democracy, via clever propaganda and managed chaos and terrorism.

The Trilateral Commission: Not a conspiracy theory. 300 of the most wealthy powerful guys in the world, meeting and sharing having coffee and donuts, all looking out for NUMBER ONE -- themselves -- at the expense of everyone else, via geostrategic theories of domination, regional power alliances, using America as a base.

(Some, including themselves, call this The New World Order.)

"It is also a fact that America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad. This limits the use of America's power, especially its capacity for military intimidation. Never before has a populist democracy attained international supremacy. But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public's sense of domestic well-being. The economic self-denial (that is, defense spending) and the human sacrifice (casualties, even among professional soldiers) required in the effort are uncongenial to democratic instincts.
Democracy is inimical to imperial mobilization."
—from The Grand Chessboard

So, do they cancel their plans for imperial mobilization, to preserve democracy? Don't kid yourself! They reduce and sidestep democracy. Cheat. Lie. Hide. Obscure. Reveal. Manipulate. Terrorize. Promote radical Islam. Stage domestic terror, and introduce the PATRIOT Act allegedly to combat it.

Brzezinski DECODED:
let's break down this quote, read between the lines, including a compilation of other quotes below:

these are things they WANT, "good" things: autocratic action abroad (hardcore dictatorship), military intimidation, pursuit of power, imperial mobilization, international supremacy, human sacrifice, economic self-denial (that is, massive defense spending leading to poverty and lowered expectations), sudden threat, public consensus on foreign policy issues, casualties (as required for their goals), controlled society, continuous surveillance over every citizen, instantaneous retrieval of your files by the authorities, manipulate emotions and control reason via media 'stars', order depends on somehow compelling newly mobilized strata to return to a measure of passivity and defeatism, and so on

these are the problems, the barriers they must overcome: democracy at home, democratic instincts, populist democracy, popular passion, multi-cultural society, traditional values (of Liberty), limitations on the use of American power, public's desire for a sense of domestic well-being,

In a nutshell, the problem is people's instinctive aversion to war, to wasteful spending, to needless death and suffering, to grief over losing children to war, and a strong aversion that every normal, non-sociopath person has to slaughtering other people (even 'enemies' if you have to kill them yourself), particularly a problem when magnified through free democratic expression of public dissent.

(The Pentagon has spent a lot of effort studying psychology to overcome the human aversion to killing: On Killing, by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman uncovered some terrible side-effects to creating a huge mass of warped killers.)

How Brzezinski describes SOLUTIONS to overcoming the PROBLEMS:
Going thru the motions of bi-partisanship, to maintain the illusion of democracy
Getting both parties on the same page
a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat
challenge to the public's sense of domestic well-being, blamed on a demonized external enemy, Islam
security dependence among the vassals [that's us, the serfs]
shock effect of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
a New Pearl Harbor (per his partner, Rockefeller, AND the PNAC group around Bush)

Is this a conspiracy theory? No, it's direct written quotes from his books (and my clarification).
Which would YOU openly choose? Their power and international supremacy, or your freedom?
Oh, yeah? Wait til you get hit by the "Al-Qaeda Project". That'll make you change your mind.

Brzezinski openly agrees with communists that democracy and capitalist acquisition are incompatible.
SO ... kill democracy.

Short of arresting Brzezinski and sending him to Guantanimo Bay for an interrogation, these quotes on this page from his books are probably the closest we'll ever get to a complete confession that the United States "shadow government" orchestrated Sept 11, with or without 'live' Arab pastys, other than the playboy cokehead Arab decoys in Florida.

another DECODED quote:
"Moreover, as America becomes an increasingly multi-cultural society [tolerant, wise, mature, not ignorant Arab-hating, or Gook-hating, or Nigger-hating racists], it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues [looting and plunder by elites, lack of racist hatred and cultural fear make mass killing less palatable and harder to justify], except in the circumstance of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat." [solves that problem of human compassion]
—from The Grand Chessboard

more good quotes:

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 6:34 am    Post subject: ... Reply with quote

Wow - great post,,Gary. I like your site, too. Isn't it absolutely *damning* when you see even just Zbig's stuff, on one page together. It really does speak for itself. If anyone can read all that, and still come away with a feeling that 'they' just wouldn't do that,then the word for them surely would be 'pathological'.

Weirdly enough, ol'Col. Grossman's in the business on the 'web, these days (mind you, who isn't?). You can find him at:

http://www.killology.com/ (I shit you not)

KILLOLOGY Research Group consultants are human behavior studies specialists with credentials in psychology, educational psychology, training, military history, and modern warfare. Each project is unique, and each project is customized to meet the needs of the client. Col. David Grossman, Director, personally contributes to and supervises all projects.

I thought that having a degree in 'Killology' would be kinda cool, but then I thought again, and now I think not.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 1:37 pm    Post subject: Killology Reply with quote

I read Grossman's book On Killing about Killology, so I've seen his site.

I don't know what else you know about "ol' Grossman", but OF COURSE the Army would study the art and science of killing (and making others kill for you). And given the low "kill rates" of soldiers in previous wars, of course they'd want to improve "efficiency*. Marksmanship, training, repetition helped to a degree but with limits based on reluctance to shoot some sorry muthafucka in the head just because.

Frankly, some of the stories of built-in reluctance to kill were shocking (in a positive, life-affirming sense), esp. when face-to-face with an enemy instead of bombing from 30000 feet or a mile away, and some reluctance even when the person is shooting at you. Also that "shell shock" or PSTD was more about what you might call guilt and the mental exhaustion induced by repressing guilt, than about "chickenshit" fear like you'd normally believe PSTD to be rooted about. I have to think those stories of close range wanton brutality in Iraq were unusual anomalies, or else WE have changed as a people, due to TV and video games.

So of course they would branch into behavior and psychology.

What Grossman helped design was those high tech Army video games (some surely with VR, standing and shooting with a helmet on) and other psych techniques that raised the kill rates from 50% or less to over 90% in Vietnam.

Then Grossman repudiated his work. Well, good for him! He's not against the Army killing people in a war. He's against fucking up young men for life, and creating a society full of hair-trigger misfits who have to *manage* their new military-induced psychological problem the rest of their lives. So at least he went public, and in that sense, killology is good.

ANYHOW, thanks, I keep trying to improve the site. As I mentioned READING PARTS OF THIS ON AIR is the fun part. The *resistant* host asked me jokingly if I have flowcharts on my wall to keep this all together. I told him I've SEEN flowcharts, but I made a website so I could compile it, stating name of website on air. And of course B4N is featured prominently now.

I didn't have time to tell him about Jerry, nor about the French flowcharts on the various ruling class relationships, media, banking, etc.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just took a look at your site too, Gary. I like it. I like your style on the forum, too, and the directions your mind goes in. Definitely like your attention to Brzezinski (impossible to remember how to spell that name!) and recommendation to look at the big picture, and point that out to others. As opposed to getting bogged down in trying to solve increasingly tiny details.

Good for you! A lot of work you've done. I'll study your site more when I get the chance.

Cheers. Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 8:31 pm    Post subject: George Soros? Reply with quote


Do you have any information on George Soros, or quotes such as you have for Brzezenski? Hey, I think I remembered the spelling!

What is your take on Soros, if any?
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