Brzezinski is someone I have learned an immense amount from”, and “one of our most outstanding scholars and thinkers–Senator Barack Obama
The march of of Senator Obama’s Anti-Jew crew continues:
A foreign policy expert consulted by presidential hopeful Barack Obama has accused members of the American Jewish establishment of “McCarthyism” in its attitude towards critics of Israel. Former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski says that the pro-Israel lobby in the US is too powerful, while the slur of anti-Semitism is too readily used whenever its power is called into question.
Presenting a solution for the Middle East, he listed historical compromises that had to be made by Israelis and Palestinians but accused the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) — the largest and most influential lobby group — of obstructing peace efforts. He said: “AIPAC has consistently opposed a two-state solution and a lot of members of Congress have been intimidated and I don’t think that’s healthy.” Source
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It is interesting that Obama adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, is using anti-Jewish stereotypes to make his point. What he doesn’t realize is that Jews welcome criticism (it helps us with our daily ration of guilt). What we don’t welcome are the stupid stereotypes which bigots like Brzezinski use. That secret cabal of the Jewish lobby making all of the US foreign policy decisions. There is no Jewish lobby, believe me if there was my wife would have it painted.
Brzezinski even lied about the real facts. AIPAC does support the two state solution, it may not agree with the Israeli government on everything but there is a list of Pro-two state solution documents on its website.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, as you may remember, was part of the Jimmy Carter administration (no surprise). And is a foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama. Folks Do I see a trend in Obama advisers, or is this one of those guilt by association things? Senator, tell me again how you support Israel, I love tall tales.