Podcast Show #71

The Boiling Frogs Presents Rick Rozoff

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This is Part 6 of our interview series on the New World Order. You can listen to the previous interviews in this series here: Part I, Part II, Part III , Part IV, and Part 5.

Investigative journalist and NATO expert Rick Rozoff joins us to discuss the eighteen-year-old project of Zbigniew Brzezinski, Paul Wolfowitz and their cabal to destroy the post-Soviet Commonwealth of Independent States and create a chain of buffer states around Russia, enclosing it with NATO member states and partners. He provides us with analyses and implications of the invasion of Afghanistan by the U.S. and NATO, and the duo’s expansion into Central Asia where Russian, Chinese and Iranian interests converge. Mr. Rozoff talks about the Central Asia chessboard and how the region may be transformed into a battleground of conflicting 21st century geopolitical interests, the role of Islamic extremism and how it is used by the West on this grand chess board, Mujahideen and Al Qaeda’s partnership with US-NATO in the Balkans, Caucasus and Central Asia operations, the real mission of Afghanistan’s NATO-trained 7,000 troops as guardians of the oil and gas pipeline connecting Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India- the TAPI pipeline & more!

Rick RozoffRick Rozoff is an investigative journalist based in Chicago and has been an active opponent of war, militarism and intervention for over 40 years. He manages the Stop NATO e-mail list , and is the editor of Stop NATO, a website on the threat of international militarization, especially on the globalization of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Mr. Rozoff has a graduate degree in European literature.



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  1. A personal story that relates:

    In 1999 I was visiting Norway with my mom and sister. At a hotel lounge in Oslo one night, I struck up a conversation with a Norwegian woman who said “Isn’t it a shame that we are bombing Kosovo?”.

    I thought, wow, I’m in Norway and I just met a pacifist. I said “Yeah, violence isn’t always the way to accomplish goals.” or something like that.

    Then she said “Because I hate Ethnic Albanians!”

    She continued to tell me that her good friend was a recreational user of heroin and that recently the Ethnic Albanians had started selling the heroin in Oslo. Apparently, her friend got some that was too pure and overdosed and died.

    After that, she added that Ethnic Albanians are too poor, have too many kids, and only learn to steal and cheat.

    I told her that I was the youngest of eight from a single mother and that we grew up poor and had too many kids. To which she responded “Well, you’re staying in this hotel, you must be doing okay.”

    I said “Damn right” and she smiled and politely walked away.

    The point of this story, besides my experience of meeting not a pacifist but more of a Nazi, is that it does add a little credence to the claims made in this podcast about the Heroin trade during the time.

  2. Regarding support lent to Chechen terrorists, Webster Tarpley assembled a collection of reports in the Russian press linking the Beslan school massacre to the West, along with a statement that Putin made to the Western press that implied as much…

    http://homepage.mac.com/kaaawa/iblog/C2128262602/E380263373/

  3. Thanks, this podcast is among the best explanations of why and how the Western war-mongers invest so much in the Heartland. It made very clear why Sibel was gagged as much as she was. This series is developing into a high quality introduction in Geopolitics! Great work.

    I was often irritated by Peter B’s difficulties in grasping the more abstract/deeper/more powerful notions of geopolitics that distracted attention away from the really interesting messages. I have the impression he is rapidly learning. Actually he did a really fine job in the last interviews and was hardly distracted by details; in fact he made his grasp of details serviceable for the geopolitical message of this series. Praise!

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