American political analyst and author Webster G. Tarpley, in the article "Brzezinski Seizing Control Over US Policy In Slow-Motion Coup" published on February 23, assessed that greasy fingerprints of one of the most notorious Russophobes, a fanatically aggressive warmonger Zbigniew Brzezinski, are all too visible in the latest events taking place in Serbia, including the recent torching of an office in the Belgrade US embassy:
“The attack on the US embassy in Belgrade, Serbia by gangs of drunken students is a classic Brzezinski operation. The tactic of having an incensed rent-a-mob of swarming adolescent patsies attack the US Embassy in order to gin up a crisis is one of Zbigniew's signature specialties.
“During the time that Brzezinski was running the foreign policy of Trilateral puppet Jimmy Carter, there were bloody attacks on the US embassies in Pakistan and in Afghanistan, both countries that featured prominently in Brzezinski's arc of crisis theory. Most famous of all was of course the attack on the US embassy in Teheran, Iran, which led to the taking of hostages and the huge international crisis which helped to doom the Carter administration to extinction at the polls.
“If US diplomats or State Department personnel are taken hostage anywhere in the world in the weeks and months to come, this must be attributed to Brzezinski,” Tarpley stressed.