3/15/14 What's Behind US Maneuvers Against Russia & China?

Rise & Fall of history's deadliest 'new world order' dictatorship:
One glaring sign of US weakness and desperation is the hysterical, changing-minute-by-minute, 360 degree lies, projecting US-sponsored terror onto its recipients. Desperation apparently makes them seriously overate the success of their information war control and mass dumbification, or they missed the recent Gallup-Pew poll showing the majority of the world considers the US the greatest threat to world peace, severely misreading the 'balance of forces' - or believing their own 'public diplomacy/strategic communications?

China & Russia, 'not permitted' capitalist rivals, are at the critical center of the rise & fall of finance capital's world destruction to save its political-economic system's world rule.

More will follow, on the current situation, major players and contradictions. Also some instructive geostrategic analyses little or not at all publicized.

explaining US dominance, decay & defeat
Pentagon Plan: 'Prevent the Re-Emergence of a New Rival
3/8/1992 http://www.nytimes.com/1992/03/08/world/excerpts-from-pentagon-s-plan-pr... excerpts
«Our first objective is to prevent the re-emergence of a new rival, either on the territory of the former Soviet Union or elsewhere that poses a threat on the order of that posed formerly by the Soviet Union. This is dominant consideration underlying the new regional defense strategy requires we endeavor to prevent any hostile power from dominating a region whose resources would, under consolidated control, be sufficient to generate global power. These regions include Western Europe, East Asia, the territory of the former Soviet Union, and Southwest Asia....There are three additional aspects to this objective: First, the U.S. must show the leadership necessary to establish and protect a new order that holds the promise of convincing potential competitors they need not aspire to a greater role or pursue a more aggressive posture to protect their legitimate interests. Second, in the non-defense areas, we must account sufficiently for the interests of the advanced industrial nations to discourage them from challenging our leadership or seeking to overturn the established political and economic order. Finally, we must maintain the mechanisms for deterring potential competitors from even aspiring to a larger regional or global role...
While the United States supports the goal of European integration, we must seek to prevent the emergence of European-only security arrangements which would undermine NATO, particularly the alliance’s integrated command structure»...the United States should be postured to act independently when collective action cannot be orchestrated.»

"Keeping U.S. First: Pentagon Would Preclude a Rival Superpower"
3/11/92, Barton Gellman, one the leaked DPG recipients, Washington Post

Mujahadeen Created by US as Geopolitical Weapon against Soviet Union
from Jan. 1998 Le Nouvel Observateur Interview with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's National Security Adviser: Published 15-21 January 1998: http://zbigbrzezinski.livejournal.com/
Brzezinski: According to the official version, CIA support for the Mujahideen began in 1980, i.e. after the Soviet army's invasion of Afghanistan 24 December 1979. But the reality, kept secret until today, is completely different: 3 July 1979 president Carter signed the first directive for the secret operation...the same day I wrote a note, in which I explained to the president this would in my opinion lead to a military intervention by the Soviets....What is most important for world history...some Islamic hotheads or the fall of the Soviet Empire and the liberation of Central Europe...? It's said the West has a global policy regarding Islam. That's hogwash: there is no global Islam. ..

Zbigniew Brzezinski told mujahadeen 'god is on their side, they will prevail'
Hillary Clinton Explains why U.S. Created al-Qaeda, 'a big mess today'

3/3/4 WaPo editorial: What is to be done? Putin’s aggression in Ukraine needs a response, by Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's National Security adviser 1977 to 1981.
3/5/14 CNN editorial: Hillary Clinton channels Brzezinski ...http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/05/opinion/stanley-hillary-clinton-hitler/

US strategy was for 'allies' and Russians do the dirty work, wreck the Soviet Union, enter late to reap the benefits and replace GB as #1 world dominant imperialist power.
Detailed plans had been drawn up before the war. US Public opposition was strong. As a pretext to enter the war when it was strategically auspicious, the US dropped nuclear bombs killing millions in Hiroshima & Nagasaki Roosevelt and Truman knew Japan had signed an unconditional surrender 19 days before ,(http://www.burbankdigest.com/node/475)

The Atlantic Conference & Charter, August 14, 1941, joint declaration by US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill of US and British aims for the Second World War and outline for a postwar international system...eight “common principles” the United States and Great Britain would be committed to supporting in the postwar world...Churchill was extremely disappointed by Roosevelt’s refusal to discuss American entry into the war. http://history.state.gov/milestones/1937-1945/atlantic-conf

President Kennedy, In his address before the United Nations General Assembly on September 25, 1961, warned of the serious threats posed in Laos, South Vietnam, and elsewhere by Communist aggression. He asked the nations of the world to unite to preserve the peace and “save the planet, or together we shall perish in its flames.”
(Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: John F. Kennedy, 1961, p. 618-626)

1989–1992: Presidency of George H.W. Bush
The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 created a massive shift in the international balance of power and left the United States the sole remaining superpower...with optimistic
developments in the international political system. Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev’s comprehensive reforms spoke to mankind’s universal yearning to live in an open society. Chinese Chairman Deng Xiaoping’s reforms demonstrated the intellectual bankruptcy of communism. The ascent of democratic governments in the Philippines and Chile indicated that right-wing authoritarian regimes—as opposed to left-wing totalitarian ones—could evolve into democracies. And stirrings of liberty in Poland and Hungary offered tremendous opportunity to pierce the Iron Curtain.
Bush appointed as Secretary of State his best friend, James A. Baker, who chose career foreign service officer Lawrence Eagleburger as his deputy. Another close associate, Lieutenant General Brent Scowcroft, became Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, a position he held in the administration of President Gerald Ford. Scowcroft chose as his deputy Robert Gates, a career employee of the Central Intelligence Agency who had served on the National Security Council (NSC) under both Scowcroft and Brzezinski. Yet another veteran of the Ford administration, Congressman Richard Cheney, became Secretary of Defense after the Tower nomination debacle. With the addition of General Colin Powell, Reagan’s last national security adviser who became Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in October 1989, these formed the core of the Bush foreign policy team and would all serve in some capacity for the entirety of the administration. They assembled a roster of staffers who prided themselves on working in relative harmony with interdepartmental counterparts. These included Robert Blackwill, Condoleezza Rice, Philip Zelikow, Robert Hutchings, and Richard Haass at the NSC; Robert Zoellick, Dennis Ross, Robert Kimmett, and William Burns at the Department of State; and Paul Wolfowitz at the Department of Defense....
The Bush administration would strive to build a “new world order freer from the threat of terror, stronger in the pursuit of justice, and more secure in the quest for peace" in his September 11, 1991, address before a joint session of congress on the Persian Gulf Crisis and federal budget deficit.

US recognized Ukraine’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Moldova’s independence, President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Georgia’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Uzbekistan’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Kyrgyzstan's independence, President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Azerbaijan’s independence, President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Armenia’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Belarus’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Kazakhstan’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Turkmenistan’s independence President George H.W Bush announced the decision December 25, 1991

US recognized Croatia as an independent state President George H.W Bush announced the decision April 7, 1992,

"coined the term and laid the foundation for the “New World Order"
Brent Scowcroft, Chairman Emeritus, U.S. Middle East Project Inc.
Scrocroft served 5 presidents, 2 as National Security Advisor toFord and Bush senior in momentous historical times the collapse of the Soviet Union, and end of cold war...Scowcroft coined the term and laid the foundation for the “New World Order.” From 1982 to 1989, he was Vice Chairman of Kissinger Associates, Inc., international consulting firm. In this capacity, he advised and assisted a wide range of U.S. and foreign corporate leaders on global strategic planning, joint venture opportunities and risk assessment.
His prior 29 year military career began with graduation from West Point and concluded at the rank of Lieutenant General following service as the Deputy National Security Advisor. In the Air Force, he was a Professor of Russian History at West Point; Assistant Air Attache in Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Head of the Political Science Department at the Air Force Academy; Air Force Long Range Plans, Office of the Secretary of Defense International Security Assistance, Special Assistant to the Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Military Assistant to President Nixon.
Out of uniform, he continued in a public policy capacity serving on the President’s Advisory Committee on Arms Control, the Commission on Strategic Forces and the President’s Special Review Board, also known as the Tower Board. Currently he serves on numerous corporate and non-profit boards.