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Thirty-five years ago this month, President Reagan delivered what is now considered one of his most consequential speeches. Standing in London's Palace of Westminster, he predicted that the Soviet regime would end up on the “ash-heap of history,” provided the forces of freedom and democracy not only ...
Once the 911 attacks occurred, Brzezinski's remarks about "a few stirred up Muslims" would not be seen in a favorable light. Today, the main source for this story would have to be Wikipedia, which is how I accidently found out in 2013, ironically after researching the backers of the Ukrainian coup. For me ...

... can't stop remembering that the idea of “dragging Russia into their own Vietnam quagmire ” originated in Zbigniew Brzezinski's fevered brain and Carter accepted his lethal advice “even if it did result in a few stirred up muslims.” – all quotes the big Zbig's autobiography. Apparently he was proud of having ...
The Americans saw only “a few stirred up Muslims”. Little did they notice that Dr Saud's alter ego, Mr Jihad, was spending billions building madrassas and mosques all over the world, filling the heads of countless Muslim children with bloodlust against the west, the Shi'a, the Christians, and the Jews, and ...
Such fanatics might have remained in their tribal world had Brzezinski not launched an international movement to promote Islamic fundamentalism in Central Asia and so undermine secular political liberation and “destabilise” the Soviet Union, creating, as he wrote in his autobiography, “a few stirred up Muslims”. His grand ...
... as he wrote in his autobiography, “a few stirred up Muslims.” His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, to dominate the region. In 1986, the CIA and Pakistan's intelligence agency, the ISI, began to recruit people from around the world to join the Afghan jihad.

... as he wrote in his autobiography, “a few stirred up Muslims”. His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, to dominate the region. In 1986, the CIA and Pakistan's intelligence agency, the ISI, began to recruit people from around the world to join the Afghan jihad.
... Muslim-majority Central Asian states and Soviet Republics with a view to destroying the Soviet order."[23] Looking back in 1998, Brezinski had no regrets. "What was more important in the world view of history?...A few stirred-up Muslims or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the Cold War?"[24].
Once the 911 attacks occurred, Brzezinski's remarks about "a few stirred up Muslims" would not be seen in a favorable light. Today, the main ...
Secondly, the paragraphs call attention to the reality of not only the birth of new imperialism but also the creation of a few stirred-up Muslims.
Angry Anderson is the new Senate candidate for the anti-Islam Australian Liberty Alliance. But Rose Tattoo was once on the side of Afghan ...
The Americans saw only “a few stirred up Muslims”. Little did they notice that Dr Saud's alter ego, Mr Jihad, was spending billions building ...
... Asia and so undermine secular political liberation and “destabilise” the Soviet Union, creating, as he wrote in his autobiography, “a few stirred up Muslims”.
... "a few stirred up Muslims". His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, to dominate the region.
... “a few stirred up Muslims”. His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, to dominate the region.
... "a few stirred up Muslims". His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, to dominate the region.
A few stirred-up Muslims or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the Cold War?"[24]. With the support of Pakistan's military dictator, ...

Thirty-five years ago this month, President Reagan delivered what is now considered one of his most consequential speeches. Standing in ...
Once the 911 attacks occurred, Brzezinski's remarks about "a few stirred up Muslims" would not be seen in a favorable light. Today, the main ...
Angry Anderson is the new Senate candidate for the anti-Islam Australian Liberty Alliance. But Rose Tattoo was once on the side of Afghan ...
The Americans saw only “a few stirred up Muslims”. Little did they notice that Dr Saud's alter ego, Mr Jihad, was spending billions building ...
... Asia and so undermine secular political liberation and “destabilise” the Soviet Union, creating, as he wrote in his autobiography, “a few stirred up Muslims”.
... "a few stirred up Muslims". His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, to dominate the region.
... “a few stirred up Muslims.” His grand plan coincided with the ambitions of the Pakistani dictator, Gen. Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, to dominate the ...
A few stirred-up Muslims or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the Cold War?"[24]. With the support of Pakistan's military dictator, ...
Brzezinski's plan was to promote an international movement that would spread Islamic fundamentalism in Central Asia and 'destabilise' the Soviet Union, creating, as he wrote in his autobiography, a 'few stirred-up Muslims'." Taken together, these ...
Zbigniew Brzezinski, the then American president Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, replying to a French journalist in the 1980s said: "It was more important to bring down the Soviet empire than to worry about a few stirred-up Muslims." It is ...
He said it was more important to bring down the Soviet empire than to worry about "a few stirred-up Muslims". That's what we mean by cultural cretinism.


 

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