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The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives
The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives
by Zbigniew Brzezinski
Edition: Paperback
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1.0 out of 5 stars New World Order= Total enslavement, July 8, 2009
Make no mistake about it, this is nothing more than the New World Order being set up. Brzezinski and his elite buddies will tell you that mankind will live in harmony and it will be a utopia under a one world government. Well history has shown time and again that whenever someone tries to rule the entire (known) world, it has never been a utopia for the masses. Kings, Queens, Ceasars, Pharoahs, Czars, and Dictators have always ruled over their empires using the military to subdue their own subjects. Ask yourself this, if we have a one world government, global empire and a global military, then who is left to conquer? Who is the global military for? It will be for YOU and ME and our CHILDREN! We will be totally enslaved and they will use technology to do it. To all you intellectuals out there who think Brzezinski is brilliant, and that you are part of the elite, I assure you that you are NOT. YOU WILL BE ENSLAVED AS WELL.The fact that you read this book is testament to that. For if you were, you would not need to read this book as you would know him personally and have had discussions with him about global empire. If you agree with him then I submit that you are an educated fool. The New World Order is actually THE OLD WQRLD ORDER. There is nothing new about it and it most surely is not order!
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