April 28, 2008

Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change caught up with President Jimmy Carter today at a Barnes & Noble bookstore located in Manhattan.

After Rudkowski referenced Operation Ajax and the CIA orchestrated overthrow of Mohammed Mosaddeq in Iran in 1953 via staged terror attacks, he asked Carter if he feared a staged-provocation for war with Iran.

Carter responded, “No, I don’t think lately that war is as likely as it was six months ago,” adding, “I hope not.”

This is an important admission on the part of a former president, a trilateralist and government insider, and serves as further evidence the neocons may indeed attack Iran, as promised, before Bush leaves office.

Gary Talis, of We Are Change, then asked the former president if he believed there should be a new investigation into the collapse of WTC Building 7 on the afternoon of 9/11.

Carter replied, “Yes, it sounds good.”

Rudkowski then asked Carter about Afghanistan and the Taliban. Carter said issuing a directive secretly aiding the Taliban in 1979 was “a very important thing for me to do” in order to counter the Soviets. Carter went on to describe the CIA organized and Saudi and Egyptian funded Mujahideen group as “freedom fighters.” Eventually a faction of the Mujahideen would break away and become al-Qaeda, another CIA contrivance put to use in the Balkans as well as Afghanistan.

In fact, as Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter’s former national security adviser (and high ranking trilateralist under aegis of David Rockefeller) told France’s Le Nouvel Observateur in January, 1998, this aid “was going to induce a Soviet military intervention” in support of the pro-Soviet government in Kabul. “We didn’t push the Russians to intervene, but we knowingly increased the probability that they would.” Brzezinski’s “secret operation was an excellent idea… it had the effect of drawing the Russians into the Afghan trap… [and] giving to the USSR its Vietnam war.”

Brzezinski also warned the Senate Foreign Relations Committee of the risk that a false-flag event could be used to kickstart a war with Iran in February of 2007.

We Are Change confronted the former National Security Adviser on two separate occasions to probe the meaning of his warning and to discuss the theoretical provocation’s similarity to 9/11, which launched two wars in the middle east and was blamed on a radical group that Brzezinksi himself had helped to found during the Carter Administration.

In the first instance, Rudkowski was told to ‘sit down and shut up’ before being removed for his question. The second time, a large group of We Are Change members asked questions during an event at Columbia and were ridiculed again and again by Brzezinski.

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