Brzezinski wants the subject of war with Iran discussed at Senate confirmation hearings – calls it reckless, says it would provoke outrage, quotes former head of Mossad calling it “stupidest thing I have ever heard”
Iran should be key topic at hearings by Zbigniew Brzezinski, www.washingtonpost.com | January 3, 2013
‘It is to be hoped that the forthcoming Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Armed Services Committee hearings regarding the president’s nominations for secretary of state and secretary of defense produce a wide-ranging debate regarding this country’s role in today’s very unsettled world. The hearings almost certainly will provoke searching questions regarding the strategic wisdom of potential U.S. military action against Iran….
‘… unsanctioned U.S. attack on Iran would precipitate worldwide outrage…
‘…A serious discussion … may help generate a firmer national consensus that a reckless shortcut to war — which is favored now by neither the American people nor the Israeli public — is not the wisest response to a potentially grave crisis. Indeed, could Meir Dagan, the former head of Israel’s Mossad, have been right when he bluntly said that an attack on Iran is “the stupidest thing I have ever heard”?…’