From the days of early antiquity each human tribe spoke its own language. The association of different tribes led to a spiritual coexistence. Tribesmen learned the languages of tribes they admired.
Some tribes distinguished themselves by culture, and the languages of those tribes were studied more than the languages of tribes that had not distinguished themselves culturally.
Over time, some countries worked out a common notion called, “freedom.”
It expressed the state of being free from the power of another, including liberation from slavery.
In the view of these countries, freedom was the political right of any person to act freely and without compulsion — as long as the person’s actions did not harm anyone unjustly as determined by a court of law, independent of any source of power.
The People’s Republic of China (PRC) emerged in the 20th century in stark contrast to this notion of freedom. Its founder — Mao — was mentally thousands of years behind the 20th century, with a singular goal — to take over the world, push it 4,000 years back in time, and obliterate all major social achievements from the memory of mankind.
We now know that Mao killed 70 million Chinese in an effort to realize his vision to establish the communist dictatorship in what is the slave state of China.
How much has the West done to preserve freedom in the world — to ensure the right of the people to live freely and be free?
Politically, the slave countries of a millennia ago haven’t changed. The lives of their citizens remain the same today — except that the PRC is dreaming, and acting aggressively — to take possession of the entire world, including the North Pole, as Mao had speechified.
Well, in free countries, a human being lives either for himself, herself or for his or her family.
The choice is clear — a world slave state or freedom.
The slaves of the PRC may think their future lives will not change from what they are now.
But is there anything that the technologically strong and wise free West can do to reverse its fate? How much does it care?
Unless free countries save the Chinese slaves from their PRC dictators, their future will not change. The Chinese people will remain slaves to their present PRC masters, who are aggressively pursuing Mao’s vision of a worldwide communist dictatorship.
We do not know what percentage of the population of, say the United States, think — or care — about the future of the world. Many people are not interested. They have the freedom to think and speak about the future of the world. But they are simply not interested in doing so.
Their indifference to their own destiny — or to the destiny of their children — passes to those whom they elect and whom they entrust to lead them into the future — either to go on living as they do today in free Western countries or to be turned into slaves, to live in a slave camp as slaves do.
This indifference is amazing, and it is bound to bring them closer to the world slave camp.
Hence, those whom they elect speak nonsense as though the future of mankind has already been predetermined by Marx and Mao and to think about it is a waste of time.
One exception is President Barack Obama, who has his own plans and ambitions closely connected with the PRC. His role of being the top official of the United States endowed him with almost unprecedented powers, something that is certainly of great use to the rulers of the PRC.
Mao’s plan to create the PRC with its 1.339 billion citizens ensured that a large number of them could be used to create a huge military force armed with the latest sophisticated weapons (successfully stolen from the West).
The shadow of war is hovering over the free world.
The PRC is getting more and more actively brazen in its preparation for a new aggressive world war, armed with the latest Western military technology and an unprecedented number of slaves fit to become military men and women.
And last but not least, I should mention the role of the communist propaganda in the PRC which is stifling any possibility of bringing freedom to its people. The “powers that be” are violating human rights by incarcerating free-thinking intellectuals and by limiting Internet access.
No, no freedom in Mao’s country — just the unlimited power of power-greedy communist dictators with far-reaching ambitions to become owners of the world.
Lev Navrozov can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com
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