In a condolence message, former US president Jimmy Carter said: Rosalynn (Carter’s wife) and I are saddened by the death of Zbigniew Brzezinski. He was an important part of our lives for more than four decades and was a superb public servant.
On Saturday, former president Barack Obama in a statement called Brzezinski a “passionate advocate for American leadership.”
Zbigniew Brzezinski, who served as White House staffer under five US presidents was son of Polish diplomat Tadeusz Brzezinski, who served in Soviet Union, Germany and Canada. Israel recognized Tadeusz Brzezinski as Righteous Among the Nations for saving Jews from Nazis during WWII.
Zbigniew received his Master degree from McGill University in Montreal and PhD from Harvard.
In 1977, US president Jimmy Carter pulled Zbigniew from academic field to serve as his national security adviser. Zbigniew played a major role in Carter’s policies during the siege of US embassy in Tehran by Iranian students. He advised Carter to send US army in order to rescue 52 US embassy staffers. On April 24, 1980 Pentagon sent a rescue mission code name, Operation Eagle Claw, which failed miserably leaving a crashed helicopter and eight US special force dudes dead in sand storm without reaching Tehran or spotted by Iranian military.
In 1978, Brzezinski helped president Carter reach an agreement between Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian president Anwar Sadat to secure the Camp David peace accord between the two countries. The agreement benefitted Israel the most by dividing Arab support for Palestinian resistance against the Zionist entity.
In the aftermath of 9/11, the Jewish Lobby declared Zbigniew Brzezinski a dangerous man for opposing American invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq.
“The United States must recognize that success in Iraq depends on significant parallel progress toward peace between the Israelis and Palestinians. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the single most combustible and galvanizing issue in the Arab world. If the United States disengages from Iraq before making significant headway toward settling that dispute, it could face a sovereign Iraqi government that is militantly hostile to both Israel and the United States,” said Israel-hater Zbigniew Brzezinski.
Zbigniew believed that the greatest threat to United States was Russia and not the Muslim world. This is reason he despised Washington’s blind support for the Zionist entity.
On May 7, 2013, Mark Langfan, chairman of Americans for a Safe Israel wrote: “Brzezinski is an Iran-Firster who wants Iran to acquire a nuclear bomb. In short, Brzezinski wants nothing less than a nuclear-armed Iran which can annihilate Israel, and murder 6,000,000 Jews.”
Zbigniew supported the so-called P5+1 and Iran nuclear negotiations and was against using sanction or military force – not because he loved Iranians but because he believed a negotiated deal would be good for the Zionist entity. He penned a letter with former national security advisor Lt. Gen. Brant Scowcraft in which they wrote: “Such an agreement would advance the national security of United States, Israel, and other partners in the region.”
Brzezinski’s latest article for the Council of Foreign Relations, entitled, From Hope to Audacity, wrote that president Barack Obama was controlled by anti-Iran Zionist Jews such as Dennis Ross, Rahm Emanuel, and Zionist shill Hilary Clinton.
Former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright (Jew) is a student of Zbigniew. She along with Henry Kissinger (Jew), and Zbigniew are members of Zionist Jewish-controlled powerful lobby groups CFR and Bilderberg.
In November 2013, Zbigniew admitted during an interview with Charles Gati (Hungarian-born Jew) that he was instrumental in getting Pope John Paul II (the Polish Pope) elected.