Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Architect of Al-Qaeda That Spawned ISIS, Is Dead

National Security Advisor under President Carter

It was his idea to create al-Qaeda

May 30, 2017 Alex Jones, InfoWars GEG Commentary

Zbigniew Brzezinski, the former National Security Advisor under President Carter, has died. He was a well know theorist behind the building of global government and was a major influence on US foreign policy. It was his idea to create al-Qaeda as a force to weaken Soviet influence in the Middle East, a force that eventually became ISIS. Alex Jones explains this strategy taken from Brzezinski’s book, The Grand Chess Board. The plan was to train and fund violent elements within Islam so they will threaten the world with terrorism and conquest. Then, use the resulting chaos as an excuse to take control of countries while appearing to be saving them from Islam. [Jones’ summary of this strategy is accurate, but we do not agree with all aspects of this report. For example, we do not agree that President Trump has told the Saudis that the Grand Chessboard is over. We do not agree with him that globalism is dead. We agree with Jones when he says that Soros is not a leftist in spite of the fact that many of his minions are outright Communists, and we agree when Jones says that Soros’ civilian armies are mimicking Hitler’s Brown Shirts. The main point is that we do not think that making a right-vs.-left distinction means anything significant. That’s because the wrong words are being used to describe these groups. Communists and Fascists are both collectivists and they adhere to the same ideology. They are merely the right and left wings of the same ugly bird called collectivism. For a deeper understanding of this issue, see my essay, Collectivism. For a really deep dive, see The Chasm –GEG

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