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Who owns the apparently brainless duo of Blinken and Biden?
Blinken’s not the “fall guy” for the Afghanistan fiasco, as someone recently wrote. It is more apt to say that Biden is Blinken’s “fall guy”. A recent (April 2021) “l’Express” magazine article calls Blinken Biden’s “Frenchie”. Since Blinken appears more mindless than Biden, the question remains: whose lap dog is Blinken? Since there are two here, in a chair, we can ask whose lap dog is Biden, as well.
We’ve raised this question for some time and other people need to start asking. And, people need to really ask and investigate, and not just follow the typical knee jerk response. It appears clear that Blinken is acting as a foreign agent. Whose foreign agent is less clear.
Prior to his death in 2015, we guess that Sam Pisar was Blinken’s brains. Is Blinken still running on automatic, then, or who is running him now? The Council on Foreign Relations? His half sister Leah Pisar? His father Donald Blinken or Uncle Alan Blinken? His half sister serves on the board of Alliance Francaise, which is a good front for anyone’s spy services.
Who was Sam Pisar? Pisar was an international lawyer who took business people to the Soviet Union (USSR) to do business. He was the lawyer and friend-confidant of Robert Maxwell (Ghislaine’s father). He also acted as a liaison in Paris for Jeffrey Epstein, according to Le Parisien. He apparently worked at the UN, was a JF Kennedy advisor, as well as an advisor to France’s President Mitterand. In 1961, he appeared before a US Congressional Committee, which included both Prescott Bush and Clinton mentor Fulbright, promoting US trade with the Soviet Union.
Interestingly, the UK was the first country to do business with the USSR: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Soviet_Trade_Agreement And, the Bush family ancestors were right behind.
On their own, without help, they are an apparently pitiful duo: addled Biden and brainless Blinken.
As has been documented in previous posts, Samuel Pisar was Biden Secretary of State Tony Blinken’s stepfather. At around age 9, Blinken moved to Paris when his mother married Pisar. Leah Pisar is Blinken’s half-sister. Pisar was an international lawyer who took business people to the Soviet Union (USSR) to do business. He was the lawyer and friend-confidant of Robert Maxwell (Ghislaine’s father). He also acted as a liaison in Paris for Jeffrey Epstein, according to Le Parisien. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2021/09/09/paris-computer-center-connecting-biden-blinken-epstein-maxwell-steve-jobs-russia-bush-iran-contra-more-together/
Blinken “supported the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. In 2002, Blinken was appointed staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, a position he served in until 2008. Blinken assisted then-Senator Joe Biden, Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in formulating Biden’s support for the U.S. invasion of Iraq, with Blinken characterizing the vote to invade Iraq as “a vote for tough diplomacy”. In the years following the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq, Blinken assisted Biden in formulating a proposal in the Senate to establish in Iraq three independent regions divided along ethnic or sectarian lines: a “Shiastan” in the south, a “Sunnistan” in the north, as well as Iraqi Kurdistan. The proposal was overwhelmingly rejected at home, as well as in Iraq, where the prime minister opposed the partition plan.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antony_Blinken
His official bio:
“Antony J. Blinken is the 71st U.S. Secretary of State. He was nominated by President Biden on November 23, 2020; confirmed by the U.S. Senate on January 26, 2021; and sworn in by Vice President Kamala Harris the following day.
Over three decades and three presidential administrations, Mr. Blinken has helped shape U.S. foreign policy… He served as deputy secretary of state for President Barack Obama from 2015 to 2017, and before that, as President Obama’s principal deputy national security advisor. In that role, Mr. Blinken chaired the interagency deputies committee, the main forum for hammering out the administration’s foreign policy.
During the first term of the Obama Administration, Mr. Blinken was national security advisor to then-Vice President Joe Biden. This was the continuation of a long professional relationship that stretched back to 2002, when Mr. Blinken began his six-year stint as Democratic staff director for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Then-Senator Biden was the chair of that committee from 2001 to 2003 and 2007 to 2009.
During the Clinton Administration, Mr. Blinken served as a member of the National Security Council staff, including two years as the senior director for European affairs, the president’s principal advisor on the countries of Europe, the European Union, and NATO. He also spent four years as President Clinton’s chief foreign policy speechwriter, and he led the NSC’s strategic planning team.
Mr. Blinken’s public service began at the State Department. From 1993 to 1994, he was a special assistant in what was then called the Bureau of European and Canadian Affairs. Now he is proud to lead the department where he got his start in government nearly 30 years ago.
Outside of government, Mr. Blinken has worked in the private sector, civil society, and journalism. He was a founder of WestExec Advisors, an international strategic consulting firm focused on geopolitics and national security. He was a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies from 2001 and 2002. Before joining government, Mr. Blinken practiced law in New York and Paris. He was also a reporter for The New Republic magazine and is the author of Ally Versus Ally: America, Europe and the Siberian Pipeline Crisis (Praeger, 1987).
Mr. Blinken attended grade school and high school in Paris, where he received a French Baccalaureat degree with high honors. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Law School. He and his wife Evan Ryan have two children.” https://web.archive.org/web/20210830100641/https://www.state.gov/biographies/antony-j-blinken/ Note that the French Bac is a high school degree. He attended a (supposedly) bilingual international school, so we don’t know if he even mastered the French language. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/École_Jeannine_Manuel
He also attended the Dalton School where Donald Barr, father of William Barr, was headmaster. Jeff Epstein later taught at the Dalton School.
Yeah – “Frenchie” alright- mindless Frenchie dog. The question is whose lap dog is he?
France, the country, didn’t determine Blinken’s vision of the world. However, his step-father, with whom he lived in France, apparently did. And, of course, the Communist Party was very big in France in this period. They even had their own newspaper, which was widely available, “l’Humanite”.
“Etats-Unis: Enquête. Les années parisiennes d’Antony Blinken, le “Frenchie” du président Biden Personnage central de l’administration américaine, le nouveau ministre des Affaires étrangères a grandi à Paris. Son séjour en France a déterminé sa vie. Et sa vision du monde”. Par Axel Gyldén Publié le 11/04/2021 à 18:00, mis à jour le 12/04/2021 à 12:25
Blinken’s stepfather was a strong advocate of US-Soviet and US-Russian ties, took western business people to the Soviet Union to make deals and was Robert Maxwell’s lawyer. Maxwell seems to have been engaged in corrupt dealings in the Eastern Bloc-Soviet Union in both the communist and post-communist period. Whatever is in Blinken’s book on the Reagan era Soviet pipeline surely came directly or indirectly from his stepfather. Even the style appears to be similar to Samuel Pisar, based upon this 1988 critique of Blinken’s book by Patrick J. DeSouza: “writing about the response of the Western alliance to the Soviet Pipeline crisis, one would expect a chapter exploring theoretical questions about the geopolitical interests of the alliance vis-a-vis the Soviet Union… Blinken does not develop this theoretical analysis. He spends a great deal of time setting out the internal divisions within the Western alliance and not enough on how these divisions relate to the common goal of a preferred public order that the alliance was designed to achieve.” See: “Review Essay- For Whom the Bell Tolls: The Soviet Gas Pipeline Crisis and the Making of International Law ALLY VERSUS ALLY: AMERICA, EUROPE, AND THE SIBERIAN PIPELINE CRISIS”. By Antony J. Blinken.t New York and Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers-Greenwood Press, 1987. Pp. x, 193., Yale J of International Law, Vol. 13:199, 1988 https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1520&context=yjil (DeSouza notes that Blinken’s book started as an undergrad thesis at Harvard.)
This document by Blinken’s stepfather appears to be largely descriptive, as well. He also pretends to think that sanctions are good. However, he seems to use the excuse that since sanctions are only effective if everyone abides by them, then there isn’t a point in doing them. Pisar apparently had the preconceived notion that he wanted to do trade with the communist countries, so used description and the sort of double-speak that Blinken is using: “A New Look at Trade Policy Toward the Communist Bloc, The Elements of a Common Strategy for the West, Materials Prepared for the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy of the Joint Economic Committee, US Senate, 1961, By Samuel Pisar https://www.jec.senate.gov/reports/87th%20Congress/A%20New%20Look%20at%20Trade%20Policy%20Toward%20the%20Communist%20Bloc%20(194).pdf (Note that our opinion of the document is based upon scanning through it and upon things that we have found in general reading about Pisar. Note the presence of Prescott Bush and of Clinton mentor Fulbright. Always read and judge for yourself. )