Globalist interests, headed up by David Rockefeller and Soros, and articulated by Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski, see Russia as the major obstacle to a “new world order,” as they have since the time of Stalin. China long has been seen as the means of containing Russia. Now China is a super-power in her own right, and one that – despite occasional rhetoric from public rostrums about “democracy” and “human rights” – globalist business interests welcome as being privotal to the “new world order.”

While internationalist and Israeli aims have occasionally been divergent, both are in confluence in considering China as a means of “stabilizing” Eurasia and the Middle East respectively. The US internationalists have been pursuing a pro-China agenda since before Mao assumed power, and the Israelis have always maintained a (usually covert) relationship with China. The present is the overt culmination of the largely unseen agendas of decades past.

These globalist interests do not need persuading to advocate for a Chinese role in “stabilizing” the Middle East. This role would also be useful in containing Russia in that region, just as China is also seen as the major factor in blocking Russia’s influence over Eurasia. The USA, Israel and China have all seen Russia, both in her Soviet and post-Soviet modes, as the primary adversary. A US-China-Israel alliance is more in accord with historical facts than the current Sino-Russian rapport, which could face crises scenarios over water resources, and the ancient Chinese desire for lebensraum in Russia, which is seen by the “Brzezinski Doctrine” as acceptable for the “development” (sic) of Siberia.

The option for Middle Eastern states that reject a joint Sino-US hegemony could be alignment with Russia. In Europe, the American-appeasing Sarkozy is an aberration of French politics. While Britain is likely to remain the USA’s primary ally in Europe, already there is disquiet from Germany about Europe being dragged into US military adventures that do not serve Europe’s interests. Building upon the relationship Europe is developing with Russia would be desirable, along the lines envisioned by de Gaulle.

The “Brzezinski Doctrine,” if we may call it that, could be the catalyst not for a Sino-US “new world order” but for the emergence of great geopolitical power blocs, and “vectors” of the type foreseen in particular by Russian geopolitical theoreticians who already have significance in Russian political and scholarly circles.[55]


[1] K R Bolton, “Origins of the Cold War and how Stalin Foiled a New World Order,” Foreign Policy Journal, 31 May 2010,

[2] K R Bolton, “Mikhail Gorbachev: Globalist Super-Star,” Foreign Policy Journal, April 3, 2011,

[3] K R Bolton, “Russia and China: An Approaching Conflict?,” Journal of Social, Political & Economic Studies, Washington DC, Vol. 34, No. 2, Summer 2009.

[4] K R Bolton, “Rivalry Over Water Resources as a Potential Cause of Conflict in Asia,” Journal of Social, Political & Economic Studies, Vol. 35, No. 1, Spring 2010.

[5] J Chang and J Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story (London: Jonathan Cape, 2005), pp. 570-571.

[6] H J Salisbury, The Coming War Between Russia & China (London: Pan Books, 1969).

[7] H J Salisbury, ibid. See: K R Bolton, “Russia and China: An Approaching Conflict?,” op. cit., p. 156.

[8] K R Bolton ibid., 156.

[9] J Chang and J Halliday, op. cit., pp. 304-311. They confirm a basic contention by Senator Joseph McCarthy et al that the USA was pursuing a pro-Maoist course. See: Joseph R McCarthy (1951), America’s Retreat from Victory: The Story of George Catlett Marshall (Boston: Western Islands, 1965); and John T Flynn (1961), While You Slept: Our Tragedy in Asia & Who Made It (Boston: Western Islands, 1965).

[10] See the chapter “Maoism Falls Flat on the World Stage,” in Chang and Halliday, ibid., pp. 587-600.

[11] It is interesting to note that Robert Blum, head of the CFR China team, was also with the Asia Society, another Rockefeller think tank that had been founded in 1956 by John D Rockefeller III. The by-line of the Society is: “Preparing Asians and Americans for a shared future.” (Accessed 2 March 2010).

Asia Society Trustees currently include: Charles P. Rockefeller, and John D. Rockefeller IV, a member of David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission and of the CFR. The chairman of the Asia Society’s Executive Committee is Richard C Holbrooke, former US Ambassador to the UN, a Trilateralist and CFR member.

[12] P Grose, Continuing The Inquiry: The Council on Foreign Relations from 1921 to 1996, “X Leads the Way.” (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 2006). The entire book can be read online at: Council on Foreign Relations:

[13] Ibid.

[14] Kissinger started his public policy career as director of the Special Studies Project of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in 1956-57; had served as chief foreign policy adviser to Governor Nelson Rockefeller, and had been Rockefeller aide at the 1964 and 1968 Republican conventions.

[15] Grose mentions in a Note that: “Accompanying Kissinger on this momentous flight was his personal aide, Winston Lord, a former Foreign Service officer [who] became president of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1977.”

[16] Ibid.

[17] D Rockefeller, “From a China Traveller,” New York Times, August 10, 1973.

[18] For the involvement of Trilateralist Commissioners in formulating policy on China, see: Dr Antony C Sutton and Patrick M Wood, Trilateralists Over Washington Vol. 2 (Arizona: The August Corporation, 1981), pp. 63-72.

[19] N Ferguson, Colossus: The Rise & Fall of the American Empire (London: Allen Lane, 2004), p. 261.

[20] “Moscow Takes Charge of Chinese-Russian Trade Relations,” Stratfor Intelligence Brief, April 29, 2004.

[21] “Moscow Takes Charge,” ibid.

[22] European Commission, “Trade: Russia,”

[23] Office of the US Trade Representative, “US-Russia Trade Facts,”

[24] Office of the US Trade Representative, “US-China Trade Facts,”

[25] K R Bolton, “Mikhail Gorbachev: Globalist Super-Star,” Foreign Policy Journal, April 3, 2011

[26] K R Bolton, ibid.

[27] Jack Kemp, et al, Russia’s Wrong Direction: What the United States Can and Should Do, Independent Task Force Report no. 57 (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 2006) xi. The entire publication can be downloaded at:

[28] Jack Kemp, et al, ibid., p. 7.

[29] Son of Zbigniew, President Carter’s National Security adviser and founding director of the Trilateral Commission.

[30] K Rapoza, June 28, 2011, “Kissinger: US-China Not Competing for World Domination,” Forbes,

[31] A Lukin, “Rusia to Reinforce the Asian Vector: Some Priorities of Russian Foreign Policy After the Crisis,” Russia in Global Affairs, Vol. 7, No. 2, April June 2009, p. 86; referring to Z Brzezinski, “The Group of Two that could change the world,” in The Financial Times, January 13, 2009.

[32] H Kissinger, “The World Must Forge a New Order or Retreat to Chaos,” The Independent, January 20, 2009; cited by A Lukin, ibid.

[33] A Lukin, ibid., p. 87.

[34] A Lukin, ibid., p. 92.

[35] A Lukin, ibid., p. 93.

[36] N Gartdel’s interview with Z Brzezinski, August 10, 2008,

[37] Z Brzezinski, “A Geostrategy for Eurasia,’ Foreign Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, Vol. 76, No. 5, September/October 1997

[38] Ibid.

[39] Ibid.

[40] Ibid.

[41] Ibid.

[42] K R Bolton, “Russian and China: an Approaching Conflict?,” op. cit. pp. 164-165.

[43] Ibid., pp. 165-166.

[44] W Pesek, “Pop Group and Pandas – Asian Power Games Descends into Farce,” The Dominion Post, Wellington, New Zealand, B9, October 1, 2010.

[45] R Clabough, “George Soros Touts China as Leader of New World Order,” New American, November 17, 2010,

[46] Guang Pan, “China’s Success in the Middle East,” Middle East Quarterly, Vol. 4, No. 4, December 1997.

[47] V Ostrovsky, By Way of Deception: The Making & Unmaking of a Mossad Officer (New York: St Martin’s Press, 1990), p. 26.

[48] Uri Dan, New York Post, March 30, 1997.

[49] New York Times, November 11, 1999, p. 1.

[50] M Levin, Washington Times, May 27, 1999, A1.

[51] K R Bolton, “Tunisian Revolt: another Soros/NED Jack-Up?,” Foreign Policy Journal, January 18, 2011,

“What’s Behind the Tumult in Egypt?,” Foreign Policy Journal, February 1, 2011,

“Post-Qaddafi Libya’: on the Globalist Road,” Foreign Policy Journal, February 26, 2011,

“Egypt and Tunisia: Plutocracy Won,” Foreign Policy Journal, June 28, 2011,

[52] Senior fellow of the Jewish People Policy Institute and author of China and the Jewish People: old civilizations in a new era (JPPI, 2004).

[53] Fellow of the Jewish People Policy Institute.

[54] S Wald and G Afterman, “China Enters the Middle East,” Jerusalem Post, August 23, 2011,

Thanks to Maidhc Ó Cathail, editor of The Passionate Attachment, for bringing this to my attention.

[55] K R Bolton, “An ANZAC-Indo-Russian Alliance? Geopolitical Alternatives for New Zealand and Australia,” India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs, (New Delhi: Indian Council of World affairs), Vol. 66, No. 2 June 2010, pp. 183-201.