The Brzezinski initiative hunted down Putin. Ukraine crisis and US conquest of Eurasia
The Brzezinski initiative hunted down Putin. Ukraine crisis and US conquest of Eurasia
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has decided to invade Ukraine, is now permanently banished from the US-UK-led international community as a rare villain, outlaw, murderer, and destroyer of the international order. The "Putin Demonization" directed by the Western media was completed by a condemnation resolution at the UN General Assembly on March 2. After that, the western eye is shifting to when Putin will be deposed and expelled in the country without waiting for the Russian presidential election in 2024. This is in contrast to the Western media's "tolerance" to the US Bush administration, which invaded Iraq without a UN Security Council resolution, with the main excuse of possessing weapons of mass destruction, which was later lied to in 2003. Of course, the military invasion of Ukraine is not endorsed, but Putin tried to rebuild the Russian economy, which was on the verge of being swallowed by the huge US and British capital under the Yeltsin administration after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Putin, who was regarded as a "devil" because he became an enemy of Western capital, was finally cornered by the United States and Britain due to the Ukrainian problem. It can be understood only by looking at the concept of former US National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, who led the movement toward the US conquest of Eurasia in the last 30 years.
■ "Civilization of the world" by going west of the Pacific Ocean
The United States had an enlightenment slogan, "Manifest Destiny." "Civilization moves from ancient Greece and Rome to England, then across the Atlantic to the North American continent, then across the Pacific Ocean to the west and orbits the Earth to the Asian and Eurasian continents." It was based on the theory that it would go west. The United States, which moved westward on the North American continent, lost its frontier at the end of the 19th century. With the slogan "Toward the Pacific", the Pacific Ocean, the world's largest ocean, has become a new frontier to advance.
The slogan has become a justification for the imperialist territorial expansion of the United States. The result of the Spanish-American War of 1898 greatly encouraged the United States to move westward in the Pacific Ocean, occupying key points in the Pacific Ocean, including the annexation of Hawaii and Guam. With the Philippines, the bridgehead to the world's largest continent in the Philippine-American War, conquering Eurasia became a realistic goal, not a dream.
In response to this, from the end of the 19th century to the first half of the 20th century, geopolitics, which is the theory that surrounds and tightens the huge Russia that straddles the Eurasian continent, emerges in the United States and Britain. Halford Mackinder (1861-1947), a leading British scholar, studied the strategy of how to protect the maritime nation Britain from the threat of the expansion of the continental nation Russia.
And he considers that "the history of mankind is the history of the struggle between land power and sea power, and it will be the era of land power from now on." Then, "What controls Eastern Europe, Russia and the Slavs controls the world," he insisted.As a result, the formation of Rimland, which tightens Heartland (Russia), was advocated.
The Soviet containment theory advocated by US diplomat George Kennan (1904-2007), who appeared in the early days of the US-Soviet Cold War after World War II, inherited it. Brzezinski, who compared Eurasia to chessboard, was his successor, looking at the world of US hegemony after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
■ The true aim of NATO eastern expansion
The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 is a great opportunity to conquer Eurasia from Europe, the westernmost part of the continent. The West Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which had been preparing for collective defense from attacks by the eastern Soviet camp, should have lost its enemies at the end of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War.
However, non-NATO member countries entered NATO one after another with the excuse that the Eastern European countries, which were considered to be the former satellite states of the Soviet Union, were longing to become a member of the Western European club and were frightened by the historically engraved power of Russia. From 16 countries in the year to 30 countries now. There are only a few non-members such as Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova.
Since 2000, when Putin took office as President of Russia, successive US administrations have promoted the deployment of missiles aimed at Russia to the NATO frontline countries at that time, such as Poland and the Czech Republic, which were the first to participate in the eastern expansion. As a result, the conflict between NATO and Putin Russia continued to increase. I won't go into details here, but since 2014, when NATO moved behind the scenes to expel the pro-Russian Yanukovych government and establish a pro-US government in Ukraine, the Ukraine issue has attracted worldwide attention. Interest was further heightened by Russia's annexation of Crimea.
At the end of January 2022, when the tension in Ukraine was about to reach its peak, the U.S. Biden administration appointed Zbigniew Brzezinski (1928-2017)'s eldest son Mark Brzezinski (56) =photo, below left= as the ambassador to Ukraine's neighboring country, Poland. .. Poland's right-wing government, which has strong anti-Russian sentiment, joined NATO in 1999, the first among the former Soviet Union members.
The Brzezinski family are Polish immigrants. His father, Brzezinski, has had a great influence on US politics as an international political scholar even after serving as National Security Adviser to the Carter administration. His son Mark is a qualified lawyer and has served as Director of the National Security Council Russia under the Bill Clinton administration and Ambassador to Sweden under the Obama administration. It seems that the Biden administration has fully sent Mark to Poland now that he is at the time of his father's will, "The United States will be the first non-Eurasian state to control Eurasia." ..
There is no doubt that Poland and other Eastern European countries were willing to join NATO's eastern expansion. However, from the standpoint of the United States, which presides over NATO, Eastern European countries were the pieces to contain Russia, and the true purpose of NATO expansion was to eliminate Putin's anti-American government. Western media is in a situation where it could start a countdown to Russia's internal collapse, and Mark Brzezinski's appointment as Polish ambassador is timely.
■ "Managing Eurasia"
"A non-Eurasian state (US) controls the Eurasian continent for the first time." As mentioned above, this is a proposal made by the late Zbigniew Brzezinski in the mid-1990s after the end of the Cold War against the Soviet Union. The international political scholar served as National Security Adviser under the Carter administration and made a name for himself by directing the diplomacy of former President Obama. His proposal did appear in the declaration of a new "Manifest Destiny" that envelops the United States' strong will to supremacy alone. The weakened United States has mobilized the Anglo-Saxon allies of Britain and Australia, Japan, and India to develop a grand containment policy that envelops the two major Eurasian countries, China and Russia.
China and Russia, on the other hand, initially established the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in 2001 in two countries, China and Russia, consisting of four Central Asian countries including Kazakhstan. Currently, the SCO has become an "Eurasian Union Organization" in which 18 countries, including observer countries and dialogue partner countries, participate. This is the formation of a China-Russia sphere that opposes the US containment policy. China is trying to incorporate not only the Eurasian continent but also many South American and African countries into its area.
China is cautious about Putin Russia's military invasion of Ukraine. He did not deny Russia's condemnation resolutions at the UN Security Council and the General Assembly, and both abstained. It never goes along with the "international community" led by the United States and Britain. On the contrary, even if the Russian financial institution was excluded from the International Banking Communications Association (SWIFT), it was bailed out by digital yuan settlement, etc., did not participate in sanctions in trade, and chose to make Russia's wounds as small as possible. The China-Russia alliance stands in the way of US rule over Eurasia.
■ The world beyond "Putin's corpse"
The United States, which traveled westward from the North American continent to the Pacific Ocean and crushed the Empire of Japan, which first clashed over interests in China and Eurasia, in the Asia-Pacific War, "wins" the Cold War with the Soviet Union. Currently, the United States and Britain have entered a full-scale new Cold War with Communist China, and Japan is being used as its most user-friendly piece.
If Putin Russia is destroyed and Russia becomes pro-American, a decisive crack will be created in the China-Russia block, and the US-UK block can concentrate on the attack on Communist China. The eyes of the United States and Britain over the situation in Ukraine are beyond "Putin's corpse." The world is now on the verge of dreaming of the neoconservative US militant ambitions of "the first non-Eurasian nation to control Eurasia."
Modern Japan, which will enter the third period of modern Japan from 2023, remains connected to the yoke hung by the victorious United States. There is no prospect of liberation from the US-Japan security system. This is because the heavy task of "building a truly free and democratized society", which was confronted by "new Japan" on August 15, 1945, when the Empire of Japan collapsed, remains unachievable.