Commentary on Between Two Ages by Zbigniew Brzezinski
(From Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era, 1971, Viking Press, New York)
The title of Part 1, Ch. 4 in this book is called “Global Fragmentation and Unification”.
Brzezinski mentions that third world countries would be stabilized through “personal dictatorships” using charisma and nationalism in order to impose “social-economic modernization from above” (p. 51).
He says the “technetronic revolution” is the start of a “global community” but at the same time it “fragments humanity” (p. 52).
He talks about how crises of identity and our “malleability” may allow what used to be “immutable” in man to be “undermined” (p. 53).
He mentions the regionalism policy of the U.S. and how the U.S. unifies some societies deliberately, but also through its actions causes other societies to unify in order to resist American influence (p. 53).
In my opinion, all of these points are important in understanding globalist strategy in the past and present. Wars and other policies are not for America’s benefit.
He refers to the ideal of “functional integration of regions and even of whole continents” (p. 55).
He quotes Myrdal (footnote, p. 56) that nationalism in South Asia was necessary to provide the “impulse for change”.
He quotes A. Barber:
“International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state” (p. 56).
He talks about the advancement of weaponry and how space and weather control have become important strategically (p. 56). Developments may include “space warships” and “death rays”. So he anticipates “Star Wars” development. And Brzezinski also writes that “even the weather may be tampered with” (p. 57).