Well, sit down folks, pour yourself a long draft of coffee, and perhaps spike it with your favorite liquer, because according to Iran's PressTv,  Zbigniew Brzezinski has had what may be a moment of fleeting geopolitical sanity in his long career of playing Prince Metternich. According to Zbig, a war with Iran could prove disastrous for the US economy (ya think?), and the US should negotiate with Iran, and do so in good faith without trying to back that country into a corner, quite a turn-around for a man who wrote the textbook about projecting American power unilaterally into central Asia (The Grand Chessboard):

Iran war to ruin US economy: Brzezinski

What everyone should bear in mind here is that Zbig is the trusted lap poodle of the Rockefailure interest, and is a personal associate of David Rockefailure, with whom he jointly created the Trilateral Commission in the 1970s, and thus, one may assume any pronouncements of Zbig are really the proclamations of the Royal Herald for the King.

But there is a disturbing thing to notice here:

“'And the economic consequences of it (the war) are going to be devastating for the average American; High inflation, instability, insecurity,' he added.

He warned the US administration not to rush into a war with Iran and said, the consequences of yet another military strike in the Middle East 'will be certainly very costly for the United States.'


"'In effect, the American taxpayer should be ready to pay $5 to $10 a gallon for the pleasure of having a war in the Strait of Hormuz,' Brzezinski explained."(Emphasis added)

There it is, present or future tense, indicative mood, no comforting subjunctives, no "ifs", "mays"(except at the very beginning of the article) or "might be's", just cold, hard, statement of "fact."

We can be grateful that Zbig seems to have had, in spite of all these detailed contra-indicators, a brief flash of sanity, perhaps brought about by his taking a break from reading The Grand Chessboard and the geopolitically onanistic fantasies contained in it. And, for once, we can be grateful that the message he seems to be trying to communicate to the younger members of the oligarchy from the old bloods is simply: Take a step back from the abyss, stop, think, reason, talk...

Let's hope that for once, the younger members of that power elite in which he so long moved, are listening...

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Robert Barricklow on August 3, 2012 at 9:06 am

    Simply the internationalized cartel conglomerate has been slicing & dicing the Nation States with vegematic vegeance. The are relaying public lands & commons with a “bought & sold” sign. All towards the New World Order economics of neo feudalism.
    Yes war is a business.
    And yes, war profiteering is not an aberration of war, but it’s very singular raison detre.
    The Grand Chessboard is their game. Whose only rule is the golden rule: he who has the gold rules.
    Remove their money sequencing cancer of privatized debt issuance mechanism & create a commons’ “chess board” with the rule of justice/equality for all.
    Not a GDP based on extraction but on replinishing Earth’s vitality for all.

  2. Johnycomelately on August 2, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    I wonder if there is a split at the top of the brass echelon? A heck of a lot of NCOs have done multiple tours and fatigue must at some point set in.

    If ordinary conscripts were fragging officers in Vietnam what are young guys with access to the internet going to do?

  3. Otter on August 2, 2012 at 2:50 pm

    Zbig does nothing that isn’t in his own or, more importantly, in his Master’s interests.

    If one believes “Inflation, Instability, and Insecurity” are inevitable in the coming years due to Federal Reserve (i.e. bankster) policies, then it is in Zbig’s interest to shift the blame if possible to some other cause.

    Zbig is trying to make the effect (elective war with Iran) seem the cause, and the cause (resultant Inflation, Instability, and Insecurity from Bankster policies) seem the effect.

  4. Jedi on August 2, 2012 at 12:49 pm

    Zbig is a chinese puppet.

  5. Hal Hichler on August 2, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    Rockefellers turning on the Rothschild zionists and possibly joining a new Vatican/Russian/German alliance? I notice Netanyahu is starting to replace Ossama Bin Laden as the bogeyman and besides going viral, this meme is pervading the backyard barbacues and cocktail party chatter. Netanyahu the new Goldstein? They’ve been following 1984 to the letter so why stray now?

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: those FEMA camps and TSA roadblocks are not for returning veterans and conspiracy theorists. Mark my words.

    I hope the Rockefellers have better luck than the did when they tried to split and join the Germans back in the 1930’s. The Rothschild zionists had them licking their boots for decades after that.

    • Incognito on August 2, 2012 at 12:42 pm

      Warburg and Schroeder’s were both bankers connected to Rotscum which financed Hitler. Nazis helped zionists just like Standard Oil and Bush. IBM databases documented the ethnic cleansing. What are you talking about?

      • Joseph P. Farrell on August 2, 2012 at 1:46 pm

        The whole Nazi-Zionist connection is something that Christopher Simpson talked about in his book Blowback… it is a disturbing episode. And as Dr. De Hart and I pointed out in yahweh the Two-Faced God, there is a disturbing book by the Playwrite Ben Hecht called Perfidy that talks about another example of this connection. It is a dark dark story Incognito.

        • Jedi on August 2, 2012 at 2:08 pm

          let the loly cause begin….it is a good ship

        • Incognito on August 2, 2012 at 4:36 pm

          Appreciate the info. Had never heard of them. Enjoy very much your discussions.


  6. amunaor on August 2, 2012 at 11:25 am

    Hopefully that flash of sanity goes viral! But I don’t think that that will be the case. Because not everyone in the control room is on the same page, nor do they wish to be. There are still those – neocon – gremlins in the machinery that retain a desire for culling the herd; whose actions are at every turn to fan the flames that would initiate that conflagration where ever possible. But when it comes to the culling operation, they, of course, exclude their numbers from the depopulating process.

    I wonder where Zbig’s war criminal sidekick Kissinger is. With rigor-mortis setting in, ages ago, the ghoul still manages to waddle out to make an appearance before the state TV corporate lens when ever important comments are in demand. All three should jump from the plane on poppa Bush’s next birthday.

  7. Jerseylass on August 2, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Well if this is a “flash of sanity,” it’s been more than brief.

    I often watch MSNBC’s Morning Joe and, as you probably know, Zbig’s daughter is a co-host on it. Not surprisingly, she has managed to get dad on as an occasional guest. For almost a year or so, he has been talking about the US not getting involved in Egypt, Syria or Iran, etc., in fact, he sometimes makes statements completely in line with what you say! I certainly found myself nodding in agreement with him on much of what he had to say and glad that someone was putting out this alternative to war-at-any-cost thinking.

    Then I come here to this site and find you quoting stuff from 40 years ago. Perhaps it wouldn’t hurt to put down the books and go see what the guy is actually saying these days?

    • LSM on August 2, 2012 at 11:20 am

      Hi Jerseylass,

      am very glad more women are posting their views on this website- it’s about time-

      “For almost a year or so, he has been talking about the US not getting involved in Egypt, Syria or Iran, etc.,”

      honey, we’re already there- have been for a long time-

      “Perhaps it wouldn’t hurt to put down the books and go see what the guy is actually saying these days?”

      you know yourself that either present day or past talk is cheap and very few loud-mouths have ever put their money where their oral apertures are-

      “Then I come here to this site and find you quoting stuff from 40 years ago”-

      as Mark Twain stated: “history may not repeat itself but it just might rhyme”- a really cool concept- more might want to take notice of it-

      “I often watch MSNBC”- ohh, for God’s sake, hon, turn off the fricken boob-tube!- it’s nothing more than monumental distraction-

      hey, Jerseylass- I hope you are well- would’t want anything but-

      with respect and many regards,


      • Jedi on August 2, 2012 at 5:06 pm

        cow girl, frankly scarlet….who gives adam about the meat helpers?

  8. wdon on August 2, 2012 at 9:08 am

    It’s been proposed by some old intel guys that the periodic war mongering stance against Iran is simply political theatre designed to keep oil prices high and defense budgets flush. That the fear of war is the next best thing to war itself.

    • Eddie88 on August 2, 2012 at 9:44 am

      I hope that’s “all” it is, just corrupt politicians and billionaires playing a game for greed. But I’m afraid they see even more money in WWIII.

      • Incognito on August 2, 2012 at 10:13 am

        The problem is that the paper money system they’ve instituted innorder to create a welfare state (in response to real revolution in the sixties as well as growing external economic imbalances) is catching up to them. Compound that with the fact that they’ve outsourced the industrial heart of the us and euro countries to these countries that now make up a larger share of global GDP than ever and you get a world which doesn’t want to risk their prosperity on funny money. So ww3 would allow them to wipe away the debt and reimpose the dollar by force. The flip side is that it’s a petrodollar and if Iran blocks Hormuz and target the Baku-Ceyhan pipeline, stopping 1/3 of world oil flow, what happens to the petrodollar then? I also think the zioscum are after ww3 so they can gt rid of a lot of people asking questions about 911. Yes, there are bankster interests in the MIC and futures energy markets that would benefit but overall the uncertainty of a regional war against Iran would threaten the us bankster elite’s position. That’s why this genocidal scumbag (Zbig) is talking the way he is. If they can’t print money to have all the entitlements needed for a passive and supine population they will lose power here sooner or later. Guess what happens next? Guillotines!! I gladly offer my services free of charge to be the chief decapitator. Rockefux, Bushes and Rotscums get to go first!!

  9. Incognito on August 2, 2012 at 8:34 am

    I wonder why it is that no one I can find online delves into these splits between the scum elite when it is the best way to understand what’s going on. For instance, Rotscum and Rockef*cker recently merged their financial interests publicly. So who are these zioscum who oppose them (assuming rotscum’s not playing their usual double game)? The other faction opposed to the squid-whale-City axis on euro debt monetization (via ex-goldmanite Draghi at the ecb) are the nazis. But they just gave pissrahell dolphin class, nuke armed subs so they’re part of the gang. So these likudniks are of eastern european origin (khazar) and were used by the wealthy fascists around rockefux and rotscum for 911 but are they more powerful than the banksters trying to save the dollar? I think so. Anybody care to compare notes?

  10. Eddie88 on August 2, 2012 at 7:33 am

    That quote on gas prices may be the only way to reach an American people fixated on the notion that Iran is out to “annihilate” poor little Israel, and that Jesus demands that we support Israel’s current leadership, no matter what they do. (See today’s Drudge headline for the latest intentional, war-whooping misquoting of Ahmadinejad on this.) Murdering hundreds of thousands of Persians wouldn’t cause most “Christian Americans” to lose a second of their precious sleep, but paying more to fill up their SUV’s, well, that’s an outrage!

  11. Antoine on August 2, 2012 at 6:53 am

    One should not presume sanity when an insane man develops a step in his plan that coincide, unusually, with the realistic expectations of others.

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