Zbigniew Brzezinski In His Own Words: “Infinitely Easier To Kill A Million People, Than To Control One Million People”

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On November the 17th 2008,  Zbigniew Brzezinski, a New World Order proponent and a founder of the Rockefeller-controlled Trilateral Commission, gave a speech to British elites at Chatham House.  This venue is home to the Royal Institute of International Affairs which is believed by some to be behind the creation of the Bilderberg Group, [1] an elite cabal which uses its power and influence to impose its policies on nations throughout the world.

Brzezinski, who authored Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Eraand The Grand Chessboard, is well known for his presentations at Bilderberg Conferences and is one of those who foresees no middle class, only rulers and servants under a New World Order, [2].  Tellingly, he endorsed Barack Obama in 2007, saying that he had both the “guts and the intelligence” to “change the nature of America’s relationship with the rest of the world” and since then Obama has been called a puppet of Brzezinski’s.

This Chatham House speech provides a window into the mindset of those at the top of the power structure.  It is a 45 minutes talk on the Major Foreign Policy Challenges for the Next US President.  You can download it and stream it from the webpage link here.

Chillingly, ten minutes into the presentation, Brzezinski who was the creator of  Al-Qaeda, the group that has been used to justify the illusory “war on terror,” which has led to the slaughter of over a million people in Iraq, said:  “And these new and old major powers face still yet another novel reality, in some respects unprecedented, and it is that while the lethality -the lethality of their power is greater than ever,  their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at an historical low.”

Former National Security Adviser under Carter discusses how, as people are becoming more politically aware, that it is now infinitely easier to kill a million people than it is to control a million people.

“I once put it rather pungently, and I was flattered that the British Foreign Secretary repeated this,  as follows… namely, in earlier times, it was easier to control a million people, literally it was easier to control a million people, than physically to kill a million people. Today, it is infinitely easier to kill a million people than to control a million people. It is easier to kill, than to control…” (source)

The below video contains the clip: 

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References:

1. The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by Daniel Estulin, p. 37

2. As Above, p. 42.