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Brzezinski’s Heirs Celebrate Moscow Terror, Gear Up Separatist Ops for Russia

March 26, 2024 (EIRNS)—Zbigniew Brzezinski’s heirs in Washington, D.C. are not hiding their glee over the terrorist massacre in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall theater. “This is only the beginning. Russia will face more terrorism, sabotage, infrastructure destruction, and bloody power struggles as state rupture intensifies. Putin cannot deliver security and the economy will slide downhill as all resources are geared toward a failed war,” Jamestown Foundation senior operative Janusz Bugajski proclaimed on March 24 on his X account, after the news of March 22 the attack.

For nearly a decade, starting in the late 1990s, the Jamestown Foundation had been the headquarters for the “American Committee for Peace in Chechnya” (ACPC) headed by Brzezinski. ACPC provided public support for the Anglo-American deployment of Islamic jihadis in Chechnya in waging a very bloody terrorist-separatist war against the Russian Federation.

The Jamestown Foundation today is a center of a renewed Anglo-American campaign to break up Russia, now under the cover of the so-called “Free Nations of Post-Russia Forum,” with Bugajski at the center of that operation. The Jamestown Foundation and the Free Nations of Post-Russia Forum are gearing up for their full-day joint conference at Jamestown’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. on April 16, under the title “Russia’s Rupture and Western Policy,” echoing the title of Bugajski’s 2022 book, Failed State: A Guide to Russia’s Rupture. Its two primary themes are “Contours of Emerging States in Post-Russia” (a gaggle of representatives of the so-called “captive nations and captive regions” are expected) and “Western Policy and the Scenarios of a Failed Russian State.”

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