In an interview with The Daily Beast and responding to the question "what if [Israeli jets] fly over [Iraq] anyway [to attack Iranian nuclear facilities," Brzezenski offered his advice to the Obama administration:
"Well, we have to be serious about denying them that right. That means a denial where you aren’t just saying it. If they fly over, you go up and confront them. They have the choice of turning back or not. No one wishes for this but it could be a Liberty in reverse."
Not just confront the Israeli jets, but pull a 'reverse Liberty' on them. In case you were wondering what the Liberty was, it was a United States navy technical research ship in the Mediterranean during the Six Day War in 1967. Regrettably, Israel's warplanes and torpedo boats attacked the Liberty by mistake, killing 34 American sailors, fearing it was an Egyptian ship. The whole incident is explained here, but trust me when I say that in no way did Israel intend to destroy the ship of a key ally during a war for its very survival.
Brzezenski, though, would knowingly attack Israeli jets en route to attacking Iranian nuclear sites. Think about that for a second; the United States would purposely attack an ally's forces on their way to striking a mutual enemy's nuclear sites which, by the way, are being used to build bombs that could potentially target US and Israeli cities.
So it seems that Carter has sunk even lower by association thanks to this clown. A few weeks ago I also wondered if President Obama could sink lower in Israelis' eyes. Arming the Lebanese army while Hezbollah is in the government would be a good way, but intercepting IAF planes fighting for Israel's very survival would take the cake. Hopefully, Obama's National Security Advisor has a better head on his shoulders than Carter's.