AUGUST 19, 2021
NY Times: With Afghan Collapse, Moscow Takes Charge in Central Asia
Along with Pakistan and China, Russia has gained broad influence in security matters at the expense of the United States
For most of the 19th century and spilling into the 20th, the Rothschild-British Empire menaced the hated Romanov Russian Empire over Afghanistan and neighboring territories in Central Asia. This geo-political maneuvering — intended to contain and ultimately weaken Russia — came to be known as “The Great Game.” Using the phony pretext of a non-existent Russian plot to invade India, Britain, between 1839 and 1919, waged three “Anglo-Afghan Wars.” The second one, engineered by Jewish Prime Minister and Rothschild agent, Benjamin Disraeli, was the most disastrous of the three — so much so that it finally led to Disraeli’s downfall.
Fast forward to the 1970s — when what came to be known as “The New Great Game” actually began. This time around, the Rothschild-Rockefeller Crime Syndicate’s new “hitman” was the USA; and the target had a new name and regime — the Soviet Union. Instead of a direct US military occupation, Zbigniew Brzezinski and puppet President, Jimmy Carter, used the CIA to recruit, finance and train a proxy army for the purpose of overthrowing the neutral government of Afghanistan and replacing it with one antagonistic toward the Soviets. The Russian Bear, reluctantly, was forced into taking Z-Big’s bait and ending up bogged down in Afghanistan for a decade in a no-win war against well-equipped US proxies and mercenaries.
The Soviet disaster in Afghanistan would be — by design — a contributing factor in its 1991 demise and subsequent splintering of the old Empire / Union into 15 new states — the largest being Russia. The plan then was for the Globalists to gobble up the new nations of Central Asia (Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan etc) while destabilizing, with the goal of further disintegrating, the new Russia itself. Domination of the Central Asian land / resource / population mass was the KEY to finally winning “The Great Game” and rolling all of Eurasia into The New World Order.
Brzezinski understood that if the opportunity to conquer Central Asia was lost, it might never come again. As a warning to his fellow muckety-mucks about the importance of Central Asia — and also as an obvious telegraphing of the needed 9/11 attacks to come — Z-Big wrote “The Grand Chessboard” in 1998. The following excepts from that book will tell you all you really need to know, not just about “The New Great Game” — but also about the ultimate “Great Game” for world domination.
“The ultimate objective of American policy should be to shape a truly cooperative global community.”
“Ever since the continents started interacting politically, some five hundred years ago, Eurasia has been the center of world power.”
“It is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges capable of dominating Eurasia and thus of also challenging America. The formulation of a comprehensive and integrated Eurasian geostrategy is therefore the purpose of this book.”
“How America ‘manages’ Eurasia is critical. A power that dominates Eurasia would control two of the world’s three most advanced and economically productive regions. A mere glance at the map also suggests that control over Eurasia would almost automatically entail Africa’s subordination, rendering the Western Hemisphere and Oceania geopolitically peripheral to the world’s central continent. About 75 per cent of the world’s people live in Eurasia, and most of the world’s physical wealth is there as well, both in its enterprises and underneath its soil. Eurasia accounts for about three-fourths of the world’s known energy resources.”
“The Caspian Sea basin is known to contain reserves of natural gas and oil that dwarf those of Kuwait, the Gulf of Mexico, or the North Sea.”
“Eurasia is the globe’s central arena. Hence, what happens to the distribution of power on the Eurasian continent will be of decisive importance to America’s global primacy.” Without sustained and directed American involvement, before long the forces of global disorder could come to dominate the world scene. And the possibility of such a fragmentation is inherent in the geopolitical tensions not only of today’s Eurasia but of the world more generally.”
“Any successful American policy must focus on Eurasia as a whole and be guided by a Geo-strategic design.”
“America may find it difficult to fashion consensus on foreign policy, except in the circumstance of a truly massive external threat.”
”The attitude of the American public toward the projection of power has been ambivalent. The public supported America’s engagement in World War II because of the shock effect of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.”
In a nutshell, what Z-big was saying in 1998 was this:
“Fellow Globalists. With the Russians still on their backs and China not yet strong enough — the time to take Central Asia is NOW! If we lose this opportunity, there won’t be a world government. All we need is a massive false-flag attack — to be blamed on some “terrorist” hiding in Afghanistan — and the currently “ambivalent” American public will then support our takeover of Asia.” (our words, not Z-Big’s)
Now, with those contextual old and recent history lessons out of the way — it is with great delight that we quote from today’s Slimes article:
“As the Afghan government collapsed and the United States scrambled to speed up its evacuation effort, hundreds of Russian armored vehicles and artillery pieces were clearly visible hundreds of miles away, on the border with Tajikistan. They were part of a high-profile military exercise taking place just 12 miles from a Taliban position, and they were there, a Russian general said, to make a point. “They are all visible,” said Gen. Anatoly Sidorov, commander of the forces involved in the exercise. “They are not hiding.”
It will now be Russia, the exercises signaled, that will be shielding Central Asia from potential violence next door. In the long post-Soviet jostling for power and influence in Central Asia sometimes called the new Great Game, an ever more dominant player has emerged from the chaos and confusion of Afghanistan: Russia.
Sergey V. Lavrov, said of the withdrawal of NATO and the U.S.: “This is a group of countries that in a very painful and difficult way is giving up on the positions in the world they were used to for many decades.”
“I’m thinking of this as a post-Western or post-U.S. space now,” said Alexander Cooley, director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, and an authority on Central Asia. “It’s a region transforming itself without the United States.” (emphasis added)
The grand history-altering objectives of the 9/11 false flag and its evil spawn that was the “Permawar on Terror” have been blocked and reversed. From the deepest pits of Hell, Brzezinski is lamenting the “loss” of Central Asia to “the forces of global disorder” — just as the Satanyahoos of this world are now compelled to give up on their “Euphrates to the Nile” Greater Israel project. And the two men we have to thank, above all others, for having thwarted the Satanic schemes of the Globo-Zionist Axis are: Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump (in spite of what those dubious “alt right” characters Adam Greene & Christopher “Hitler was a Communist” Bjerkness have to say about them).
The only question now is: Will 9/11 truth be revealed to normiedom after Trump’s eventual triumphant “return” to the presidency? Stay tuned.