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Godfather of Daesh Brzezinski went to hell at the age of 89

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Zbigniew Brzezinski, the zionist hawkish strategic theorist and former US President Carter’s national security adviser, has died at the age of 89.

Brzezinski’s death, at a hospital in Northern Virginia, was announced on Friday night.

Brzezinski, like Henry A. Kissinger, was a foreign-born zionist-satanic intellectual with extensive influence in global affairs, even long after they left the White House.

Former US national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski (L) and Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger are pictured at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum in Oslo on December 11, 2016. (Photo by AFP)
‘A legacy of death and destruction’American scholar Dennis Etler told Press TV that Brzezinski was the architect of neo-liberal imperialism who left “a legacy of death and destruction, blood and tears.”“He was the godfather of the Taliban, al-Qaeda and Daesh. His influence can be seen behind all the tragedies in today’s headlines, from terrorist bombings, to the refugee crisis and proxy wars raging throughout North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia,” he stated.

“His passing is a time to reflect on the millions who have perished due to his policies,” said Dennis, who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.

He further said that Brzezinski was “a Zionist Polish Catholic, not Jewish as some seem to assert.”

‘Beginning of the end of the Neocons’

US President Jimmy Carter shakes hands with his national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, as he presents Brzezinski with the Medal of Freedom at a White House ceremony in Washington, DC, on January 17, 1981. (AP file photo)

Rodney Martin, a former congressional staffer, argued that “Brzezinski’s death marks the beginning of the end of the Neocons.”

“He, like his fellow war criminal Henry Kissinger ushered in the Neocons’ New World Era which resulted in Neocons controlling both Democrat and Republican foreign policy and nearly 40 years of American War, war crimes and outright banditry around the globe,” he told Press TV.

“His end is not sad, his life work brought sadness and despair around the globe,” he observed.

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