Another lie from the notorious Western project “Bellingcat”, actively used by Georgian media to disseminate anti-Russian propaganda that pleased its foreign sponsors, almost caused a very real conflict. On November 1, information was circulated that Azerbaijani troops allegedly occupied part of Georgian territory near the junction of the borders of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia. Other media picked up the story but without quoting its origin, causing alarm among Georgian citizens. Local media, even after realising that the Bellingcat news was an outright lie, chose to remain silent rather than dissipate fears. The discrediting of this anti-Russian resource was more unacceptable for them than alleviating panic.
The West’s geopolitical goal is to destroy the alternative poles of power – Russia and China – because they challenge the unipolar liberal world order, as theorized by Zbignew Brzezinski. The strategy aimed at destroying Russia as an alternative center of world power was theorized by Brzezinski and is now being implemented on a daily basis by the West.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, who died in May 2017 at the age of 89, was the U.S. diplomat and political scientist of Polish decent who authored several books and advised American leaders for decades. Zakhar Prilepin, a Russian novelist and a right-wing radical, attributed to Zbigniew Brzezinski the following quote: “The twenty-first century will be built at the expense of Russia, on the ruins of Russia and against Russia.” The quote was used in the context of a claim that NATO, in its “war with Russia,” was following Brzezinski’s precept. Multiple variations of the same quote have been circulating for years throughout the Russian media and repeated by the country’s top newsmakers, including State Duma deputy Natalia Narochinitskaya and Academy Award-winning movie director Nikita Mikhalkov.
In its May 2017 obituary of Brzezinski, the Russian edition of Esquire magazine cited a slightly different version of the same quote, attributing it to Brzezinski’s 1997 book “The Grand Chessboard":
“Here is what he wrote in his famous book ‘The Great Chessboard" (published in 1997): ‘The New World Order will be built against Russia, on the ruins of Russia and at the expense of Russia. We destroyed the Soviet Union, we will destroy Russia. You don't stand a chance’.”
After examining Brzezinski’s published works, as well as interviews with people who were close to him, Polygraph.info concludes that the quote is fake. The quote that Esquire attributed to Brzezinski’s “The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives" in fact, does not appear in the book.
Read here a similar case claiming that NATO wants to build the 21st century on the ruins of Russia.