But in all truth, Holbrooke was no more than the face of the Anglo-elites drive to destroy first Orthodox and then Catholic Christianity and appease their real pay masters: the Wahhibist Islamics who shower them regularly with cash.
Holbrooke entered America's foreign service right out of college, heading first to Vietnam, from 1962-69. Following this tour, he had his first direct Islamic experience, in Morocco, where under his own request, he became the director of the Peace Corps. Holbrooke spent 6 years there.
After helping Jimmy Carter win his elections, he became Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, where in the service of Satan and Jihad (one and the same) he helped propagate and cover up for the massacre of over 200,000 Catholics in E.Timor. As typical, Holbrooke headed to Indonesia, to "condemn" and "sue" the Islamic dictator Suharto for human rights abuse, during one of the most bloody E.Timorese repressions of Indonesia. Instead, the usual two faced duplicity of the Anglo Elites was on display. Holbrooke praised Suharto and stated that his "steps" towards the West were welcomed, as was Suharto's human rights record.
According to Brad Simpson:
"Behind the scenes, Holbrooke and Zbigniew Brzezinski played point in trying to frustrate the efforts of congressional human rights activists to condition or stop US military assistance to Indonesia and in fact accelerated the flow of weapons to Indonesia."
Having bathed in Christian blood, Holbrooke then went to Wall Street, the center of much of the world's pain and suffering (The Six Evils of Wall Street and the Suffering of Humanity ), where from 1981-1993 he was a managing director of Lehman Brothers, one of the most corrupt out fits in the world.
Of course, Holbrooke did not stay out of international affairs during this period, publishing books and working as an adviser to then Senator Al Gore, during the 1988 presidential elections. Four years later, he was helping guide Bill Clinton to victory.
With the explosion of the Bosnian civil war, Holbrooke could not help but get involved in support of global Jihad. In 1992, he visited Bosnia twice, as a private citizen and then as a board member of Refugee International. He drafted a memo to his colleagues stating: "Bosnia will be the key test of American policy in Europe. We must therefore succeed in whatever we attempt."
What of course this meant, was what ever it took to make sure that the Islamic Jihad, which was pouring in tens of thousands of fanatics from across the globe, would succeed and that the Serbs, defending their lands, would be defeated and ousted, made into those very same refugees.
The military effectiveness of the Bosnian Mujahideen is disputed. However, former US Balkans peace negotiator Richard Holbrooke said in an interview that "I think the Muslims wouldn't have survived without this" help.
During that same 1992 year, Holbrooke was also a member of the Carnegie Commission on America and a Changing World and Chairman and principal author of the bipartisan Commission on Government and Renewal, sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation and the Peterson Institute.
In 1993-1994, he became US Ambassador to Germany. There, during those two years of Germany's reunification and rebirth, Holbrooke made sure that Germany fell in line with her Anglo overlords and marched in step with them to war in the Balkans and NATO expansion towards Russia. How much more different could all have been if the Germans had balked at these steps.
From 1994-96, he served as Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, where he first oversaw the Drag Nach Ost of NATO, towards our own borders, laying completely bare the lies of the so called guarantees to Russia that NATO would not enlarge.
In 1995, he was the chief architect of the Dayton Accords, which in turn created the frankenstonian monstrosity of Bosnia, held together only by Islamic Jihadists, backed by NATO jets, bombs and the spent treasures of Anglo peasants, to this very day.
After years of weak Western and United Nations response to Serb aggression and ethnic cleansing of Muslims and Croats in Bosnia, United States-led NATO bombing had put the Serbs on the defensive. Our small diplomatic negotiating team was trying to end a war that had taken the lives of nearly 300,000 people.
Milosevic, Mladic, and Karadzic were the primary reason for that war. Mladic and Karadzic had already been indicted as war criminals by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. (Milosevic was not to be indicted until 1999.)
The Face of Evil (Holbrooke)
Funny, no mention of the Nazi Tadjic or the Islamic Jihadist Izabegovic? Wow, one of the biggest displaced group of people in the world, the Serbs, apparently were the biggest founders of this war and the real villains? Only an Anglo elite can lie so well as Lucifer himself. I am sure the two of them are laughing even now.
Holbrooke tried to cover and excuse his backing and enabling of Islamic Jihad in Bosnia, but stating this silly quote:
We now know that that was al-Qaida. I'd never heard the word before, but we knew who they were. And if you look at the 9/11 hijackers, several of those hijackers were trained or fought in Bosnia. We cleaned them out, and they had to move much further east into Afghanistan. So if it hadn't been for Dayton, we would have been fighting the terrorists deep in the ravines and caves of Central Bosnia in the heart of Europe.
To this, London's The Spectator has noted,
"If Western intervention in Afghanistan created the mujahedin, Western intervention in Bosnia appears to have globalized it." Several current and former top al-Qaeda militants and financiers reportedly participated in the Bosnian civil war with the full support of the United States. It was for the Bosnian jihad that the 9/11 'paymaster', Omar Sheikh, was reportedly recruited to fight by the CIA and MI6.
Between 1996-1999, he became a private citizen, but of course, as usual, with such men, he could not and would not stay away from aiding and abetting Jihad. First as a special envoy to the Balkans, where under his guidance the Albanians stepped up their agitation in Yugoslavia and in Macedonia. Then he was a special envoy to Cyprus, where he pressured the EU to take the side of the barbaric invader Islamic Turks, over the native Cypriot Orthodox Greeks. From 1998-1999, during the US led, NATO rape of Serbia and the theft of Kosovo, through Islamic Jihad, Holbrooke took center spot. It was he, who had the "honour" to hand deliver the ultimatum of surrender to Milosovic on the eve of the NATO terror campaign, as the Serbs were fighting to keep the Islamic front from swallowing more of Europe.
When, in 1995, Croatia had slaughtered or "ethnically cleansed" Serbs with Washington's blessing, driving 150,000 people from their homes, we weren't supposed to notice, much less drop bombs to prevent it. The bombing was saved for Milosevic, who -- we were told in 1999 -- refused to negotiate peace and therefore had to be bombed. We were not told that the United States was insisting on an agreement that no nation in the world would voluntarily agree to, one giving NATO complete freedom to occupy all of Yugoslavia with absolute immunity from laws for all of its personnel.
War Is A Lie
Least we forget this famous quote from the Americans:
In the June 14, 1999, issue of The Nation, George Kenney, a former State Department Yugoslavia desk officer, reported:
"An unimpeachable press source who regularly travels with Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told this [writer] that, swearing reporters to deep-background confi dentiality at the Rambouillet talks, a senior State Department official had bragged that the United States "deliberately set the bar higher than the Serbs could accept.' The Serbs needed, according to the official, a little bombing to see reason."
What was the bar set at? Why the relinquishing of Serbian sovereignty and the permanent stationing of NATO war dogs all over their lands with full control of the Serbian government in the hands of these Luciferites. Under this pretense, the Americans and their NATO dhimmis, launched a "defensive" war. To this day, most Americans still see this evil and despicable deed as a 'good' war.
Through books, white washing his Islamic shilling, Holbrooke made further millions for himself and his masters. It is a wonder if he did not get a cut of the Serbian organ trade also ran by his friends, the Albanians.
It is also interesting to note that all this time, while gallivanting around SE Europe, spreading Jihadism as he went, Holbrooke was also holding the position of Vice Chairman at Credit Suisse First Boston. Wonder if the share holders felt they were getting fair value for their investments? Or maybe Holbrooke was busy laundering all that Albanian Narco cash that was now passing through the bastard protectorate/vassal state that he and the other Jihad Shill, Billy Blowjob Clinton helped create?
From 1999-2001 he was the US Ambassador to the UN, where again he scape goated the Serbs for everything that happened in the Balkans.
Finally this man of Jihad left the main world stage, though he continue to run the circuit and get paid for his Jihadist shilling, that is until 2009, when the First American Sunni called him back to mediate the Afghanistan-Pakistan conflict. Originally he was supposed to be over India and the Kashmir conflict too. As if the US had a "right" to be over anything outside its own boarders. India with loud protest, refused him entry, having little desire to be another Serbia, for this weasel of Mohamed.
However, to fully understand the foolish serfs that pass for "freemen" in America, one needs only to go to the blog at ABC and read the comments on the passing of this "great" man.
Great loss for Pakistan And Afghanistan.
Salute to fallen soldier.
Posted by: Imran | Dec 14, 2010 1:55:18 PM
A great loss, indeed a great man. Deserving of kind words and condolences to his family.
Posted by: kottaras | Dec 14, 2010 1:34:40 AM
In a time when political parties are warring with each other here at home, when Washington's inner power circle is less popular with its own people than ever, when China is balking and North Korea is threatening and all the world seems to be in potential financial free fall, with two wars raging on foreign shores, the foreign service of diplomacy has lost a "Raging Bull" of communication, the fighter for peace Richard Holbrooke. In a time when trust and treaties are diminished by suspicion and isolating nationalism, when walls of self-interest replace fading borders, America was fortunate for "The Bulldozer" who verbally crashed through indifference, ignorance and division to form international alliances respectful of national interests. Though speaking softly was not really his style, his forceful negotiations revealed a deep abiding regard for point of view of all sides. Governments need pay respect and give thanks that when humanity needed to interject peace into hearts full of war, Richard Holbrooke was humanity's spokesman for humankind’s hope for global peace.
Posted by: Marcello Rollando | Dec 14, 2010 1:18:11 AM
He was a lion of the diplomatic corps whose passionate sense of duty to the interests of his country and his postings should be celebrated long and studied by those who would take his place.
Posted by: Eagle 1 | Dec 14, 2010 12:18:10 AM
I am a lifelong Republican and I would have been pleased to see Richard Holbrooke as Secretary of State.
Posted by: nj republican | Dec 14, 2010 12:11:27 AM
Holbrooke was a very decent man and an able emissary. His loss will be felt immediately. My condolences to his family.
One thing I might add: There are none of the typical partisan insults usually present on such forums .... I presume it is moderated, and I thank the moderators for their work.
Posted by: Guy | Dec 13, 2010 10:07:12 PM
I don't know much about this man nor do I need to-life lost is always sad.
And those who would smile about life loss...that is almost as sad. When you are gone, will there be those who smile and say, "I'm glad s/he is dead and I am happy?"
I sincerely hope not, because that means you've led a sad and miserable life.
This man, at least, has touched lives. I would somewhere, you are doing the same. Pity on you.
Posted by: sage | Dec 13, 2010 8:13:45 PM
May he rest in peace. God bless and console his grieving family.
Posted by: Moderate | Dec 13, 2010 8:06:19 PM
Richard Holbrooke was a very impressive man, with ta broad range of understanding and tremendous negotiating skills. I would have loved to have had the chance to play poker with him, even if it turned out to be an expensive learning experience...
His death is a tremendous loss..
Posted by: Joey Tranchina | Dec 13, 2010 8:05:04 PM
very sad news he was very sincere about
pakistan and afghanistan
Posted by: khan | Dec 13, 2010 8:00:37 PM
May he rest in peace. I did not agree with his politics, but he served his country. He was an honorable man who did want the middle east problem to be solved. I believe he still had a lot to give ths country. LIfe is very precious and must be respected.
Ironically, he was afforded top care that would be denied many seniors under the new administrator of Medicare.
Posted by: Karen | Dec 13, 2010 7:56:00 PM
There is often not a good outcome once it ruptures.
I sincerely grieve the loss of this good man who served us all so well. This is a huge loss for all of us and for those abroad whom he served.
In the interview he did recently with Rachel Maddow, a glimpse of the man his family must know and love was there for all of us to see as well and I express my deep condolences to his family for their very personal loss. He was, it seemed, a joy to be with; a man of strenth and humor; a man capable of deep love.
Posted by: TJ | Dec 13, 2010 7:54:49 PM
His job was a difficult one. Looks as if Richard put his whole heart in it...and I don't say that facetiously or meanly.
It was a demanding job. Prayers to his family and loved ones.
Posted by: marybel | Dec 13, 2010 7:52:26 PM
May He rest in peace! Condolences to his family.
Posted by: Marianne | Dec 13, 2010 7:50:06 PM
Blessed be the peacemakers.
They dont come better then this man.
We are all better that he was part of our world.
Posted by: adam | Dec 13, 2010 7:50:00 PM
Rest In Peace Amb. Holbrooke and may the Lord help you in your time of sorrow.
Posted by: Rhonda D | Dec 13, 2010 7:49:59 PM
What a sad thing.
Posted by: Prantha | Dec 13, 2010 7:47:25 PM
My prayers are with him and his family for all the Goods Deeds he did for Mankind
Posted by: Robert Tan | Dec 13, 2010 7:42:35 PM
God bless him and his family.
Posted by: tinkerthinker | Dec 13, 2010 7:39:56 PM
R.I.P. Ambassador. The same thing got John Ritter.
Posted by: Jersey Dave | Dec 13, 2010 7:38:52 PM
May God's eternal light shine upon him, and may he rest in peace.
Posted by: apodaca | Dec 13, 2010 7:38:28 PM