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China Dictators No Better Than Hitler

Thursday, 12 Feb 2009 08:41 AM

By Lev Navrozov

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The Brzezinskis fled from their native Poland in 1938 — before Hitler invaded it in 1939.

In the Yahoo! article “Zbigniew Brzezinski,” we read (Page 6 of 16) that in 1977 “President Carter chose Zbigniew Brzezinski for the position of National Security Adviser (NSA) because he wanted an assertive intellectual at his side to provide him with day-to-day advice and guidance [!] on foreign policy decisions.”

That is, Brzezinski was the de facto U.S. president as far as the “national security” was concerned, while Carter his public representative.

If Carter was no better than George W. Bush as president, how good has Brzezinski been for national security?

A friend of mine sent me an issue of GRANI.ru, a Russian-language monthly, published in Moscow and in the West. The issue I received carried an article by Andrey Piontkovskiy. While the names of Brzezinski and Kissinger are peppered with academic titles and other signs of rank, Piontkovskiy is a thinker. Period. Predictably, in Russia he is persecuted and now seems to be on the verge of being arrested.

I apologize for calling Andrey Piontkovskiy just “Andrey,” since his last name is too long and difficult even for a Russian.

Brzezinski’s 1997 book about geostrategy is entitled, “The Grand Chessboard.” Hence, the title of Andrey’s article can be translated as “Zbig Checkmates the World.”

This is how Andrey begins it: “Last June, as I watched in Washington, D.C., Chinese ‘academics,’ exploring the possibility of the US-Chinese military cooperation in Afghanistan, I wrote: ‘Zbigniew Brzezinski had proposed ten years ago in his book “The Grand Chessboard” a condominium of two super-powers — U.S.A. and ‘Big China” — as an exemplary world order of the 21st century.’”

Just as presidents like Carter or Bush, security advisers such as “Zbig” are digging the grave for the free West. Andrey writes:

“The Big Twain That Can Change the World” was the title of Zbig’s report last week in Beijing on the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the U.S.A. and China.

At the beginning of the report, Zbig modestly recalled how in 1978 President Carter dispatched Zbig to China for secret negotiations that resulted in the “establishment of diplomatic relations between the U.S.A. and the People’s Republic of China.” (Zbig’s polite nod to Carter in the Presidium). “And the alignment of forces on the global chessboard of the Cold War changed immediately — and not in favor of the USSR,” Zbig continued. “And how much that is useful can be done today by raising the level of our relations to the informal association — without neckties, so to speak — of the Big Twain, ruling—no, excuse me! — harmonizing the world, including Iran and the Middle East, and the Indo-Pakistan conflict, or what have you.”

The readers of “The Grand Chessboard” remember its author’s recommendations not to prevent China from expanding its natural zone of influence, including Taiwan, Central Asia and the potential Far Eastern and Siberian republics.”

In his article about Brzezinski I discussed above, Andrey also quoted the other great expert on national security, Henry Kissinger, as having said on Jan. 20, 2009: “The role of China in the new world order is the key role . . . The Sino-American relations must be raised to an even higher level.”

While Brzezinski is a Democrat, Kissinger is a Republican. But is there any difference between a Republican and Democratic enslavement-annihilation by China of the free West?

Kissinger was born in Fürth, Germany, in 1923, and was named Heinz. Hitler came to power in 1933.

Heinz’s father’s grocery would have benefited from Hitler’s power, for Hitler proclaimed he meant “order” and no strikes.

Unfortunately, to come to power, and to keep it, Hitler needed mass sympathy, and he found it in his declaration that pure Germans were a superior race, the opposite of the German Jews, whom he began to persecute, and early in 1942, after his defeat at Moscow, he gave a secret order to his subordinates to begin the extermination of Jews.

His goal was to prevent his subordinates from betraying him to the “Anglo-Saxons.”

So the Kissingers fled to New York in 1938 and changed the name of the 15-year-old Heinz to Henry, who became an American citizen in 1943, at the age of 20.

There was no grocery to inherit, and Kissinger began to climb up the American ladder of academic degrees and political posts. In 1971 he made a secret trip to China (in July) and an open trip (in October). The result was the “groundbreaking summer 1972 summit” between President Nixon and Mao. The result was a “secret strategic anti-Soviet alliance.”

In other words, Kissinger “sold Russia” (population 143 million as of 2006) to China (population 1.3 billion as of 2006) to make China and the United States allies.

It has to be noted that under President Yeltsin in the 1900s Russia was a democracy (thus, my columns were reprinted in the Russian press, no longer “Soviet”), while quite recently we still heard and read quite often that the Chinese state slave owners tortured to death “Falun Gong practitioners” (then sold their organs) and thus surpassed even Stalin in cynical cruelty.

Hitler wanted to conquer Russia to use its resources in the war against the free West. It is easier for the dictators of China to conquer Russia through its sparsely populated Siberia and Russian-Chinese border.

In other words, Brzezinski and Kissinger have been voluntary tools of China’s annihilation and/or enslavement of the free West, to destroy forever the hope of the Chinese state slaves that some day they may be as free as the people of the free West.

The Brzezinskis and the Kissingers fled from the dictatorship of Germany, but is the dictatorship of China better?

Banished from Israel by Rome, the Jews fled to the West, not to China. But is torturing to death Falun Gong practitioners in China better than killing (by way of gas poisoning) Jews in Germany? And if the dictators of China come to own the United States and Western Europe, who can be sure that they will not resume Hitler’s extermination of Jews?

Only Stalin’s death prevented him from leading the extermination to its monstrous denouement, though Marx and many communists were Jews.

You can e-mail me at navlev@cloud9.net.

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