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Amazingly Frank Comments by Bzrezinski on Iran

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Former National Security adviser Zignieb Bzrezinski made these incredible comments last week while testifying before congress.

Unfortunately they were censored by the corporate media.

Why do I call them umprecedented? Listen to how close they come to admitting that the gov. has used staged "terrorism" to achieve foreign policy ends:


Most stunning and disturbing was his description of a “plausible scenario for a military collision with Iran.” It would, he suggested, involve “Iraqi failure to meet the benchmarks, followed by accusations of Iranian responsibility for the failure, then by some provocation in Iraq or a terrorist act in the US blamed on Iran, culminating in a ‘defensive’ US military action against Iran that plunges a lonely America into a spreading and deepening quagmire eventually ranging across Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.” [Emphasis added].

This was an unmistakable warning to the US Congress, replete with quotation marks to discount the “defensive” nature of such military action, that the Bush administration is seeking a pretext for an attack on Iran. Although he did not explicitly say so, Brzezinski came close to suggesting that the White House was capable of manufacturing a provocation—including a possible terrorist attack within the US—to provide the casus belli for war.

That a man such as Brzezinski, with decades of experience in the top echelons of the US foreign policy establishment, a man who has the closest links to the military and to intelligence agencies, should issue such a warning at an open hearing of the US Senate has immense and grave significance."

for full article


ALSO PLEASE LISTEN TO THIS ANYALYSIS OF BREZINSKIS COMMENTS BY RALPH SHOENMAN OF TAKING AIM. IF YOU ONLY HAVE THREE MINUTES LISTEN TO MINUTES 15-19 OF THIS PROGRAM. I PROMISE YOU WILL FIND IT WORTH IT. Schoenmann is a veteran of Bertrand Russels Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal and knows his stuff, and does not engage in meaningless hyperbole.


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