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Nov 4, 2013

Mr. Brezinski: “Years of global hegemony by U.S. has come to an end.”


Mr. Brezinski: “Years of global hegemony by U.S. has come to an end.”
(Radio Iran)



Obama needs to humbly accept the remarks of his guru, Brezinski.
Greece has joined the Nathaniel camp today.
At end of this month, almost all countries except the U.S. will join the Nathaniel camp. It is highly likely that Japan will also join it. The U.S. alone is isolated.
The U.S. is without doubt an exceptional existence.

Masatoshi Takeshita
October 27, 2013


English translation an excerpt from the Japanese version of Radio Iran – October 24, 2013 –

Mr. Brezinski: “Years of global hegemony by U.S. has come to an end.”

Mr. Brezinski, who served as nationa- security advisor in the Carter administration, told: “Years of global hegemony by the U.S. has come to an end.”

According to Fars News Agency, Mr. Brezinski stressed that the concept of global hegemony seemed to be dead in the water and “the dominance itself pretty much unattainable.”

Mr. Brezinski, who made a speech at University of John Hopkins, said: “The past 13 years of US control over the Cold-War world.”

He also acknowledged: “The U.S. has lost much of the leverage it used to have and Washington is not likely to ever recover its position as the dominant global force, at least not in the lifetime of anyone in this hall.”

Additionally, he stressed: “It is essential for the U.S. to come to terms with a more-than-ever complex modern world and to redefine its idea that America is exceptional.

Now the world sees the U.S. as a “criminal.”

“However the U.S. denies it, we cannot believe what they say; German Federal Information Agency mentioned it detected communication intercept by the U.S. and the U.S. has done similar things all over the word. Espionage cannot be stopped once one country gets to be suspicious of the other side. Even any ally cannot be trusted.” (Mr. Mikio Haruna, a visiting professor at Waseda University)

The problem is that the Abe administration is going to copy such a spy ring as U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). The Cabinet submits a bill to establish a Japanese version NSA to an extraordinary Diet session, where the Cabinet ministers make up a plan to share secret information with the U.S. and develop military and economic strategies. They impose confidentiality on those involved to avoid leakage of secrets. For this purpose, a bill to protect state secrets is adopted at a Cabinet meeting on 25. They get into line with the U.S. on espionage. How does the world see Japan?

It may be permissible in the Cold War era but whatever the U.S. likes to do cannot be permitted now. Therefore, their espionage was criticized. The world was amazed: “Are you still doing such things?” Although Japan blindly follows the U.S., it would not serve national interests. Japan believes that the U.S. will pat it on the head as long as it follows the U.S. Japan believes the peace and security of the country is ensured as long as it acts with the U.S. It is outrageous anachronism.” (Mr. Takeshi Takano, a journalist)

It is easy to image that the world is astounded at a bill to establish a Japanese version of NSA and a bill to protect state secrets.

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