Just a quarter of a century ago, a country as populous as China was assumed in the West to be destined to stay “backward,” that is, militarily weak.
Much earlier, in 1839 to 1844 (that is, almost a century before Mao seized it), China forbade British merchants to sell opium in China. The advanced Britain responded with two Opium Wars, which made China comply with the British sale of opium in China. I love Britain. But I had to conclude that China was right!
But it seemed that China would learn bitter lessons from such wars.
It came to the attention of all nations, 25 years ago, that China was “developing,” as Britain once was, followed by Russia, ending with Stalin’s industrialization and defeat of Nazi Germany.
About a decade ago, it became clear to the West that the world had changed.
It was realized that the size of a country’s population may be an indication not of its backwardness but, on the contrary, of its military superiority via “industrialization.”
Sociopolitically, China was a slave state like Stalin’s Russia. China’s industrialization was now dangerous to the free countries.
The military development of China has not worried many Americans enough even in the past 10 years. An American who asked me not to publish his e-mail writes that my column, referring to the growing danger of China, “splendidly spoiled” his “good mood.”
Those Americans who believe that in Stalin’s Russia or in Hitler’s Germany or in the China of Mao and of those after him, there was or is freedom, and so everyone can choose the columnist according to his or her taste, are ignorant or innocent like a child of two or three, who has never been allowed to see on television an X-rated movie, a “movie for adults.”
Google, which originated later than Yahoo!, has refused to enter a deal with the owners of China to let itself be censored, and hence must leave China, if it does not want to be censored.
In answer to my search “China’s military plans,” Google produced 48,700,000 results. But how many Americans have read even one of them?
The logic of China’s plans for its world domination is as simple as was the logic of Stalin or Hitler. It is safer to conquer the world than to try to keep the population of China in slavery, with the free world tempting the population of China with its freedom.
About 100 revolts happen every year in China, but in contrast to the uprising in Tiananmen Square, they are successfully concealed from the outside world.
One of Google’s results in answer to my search was that in China (in 2007) 50 million males from 9 to 18 years of age were drafted for military training, including self-defense and handling advanced weaponry.
Just think of it: 50 million! Not all “developed countries” have 50 million as their total population. Even today, 2 or 3 million people make up a large army in the United States — or the “official army” in China.
Now, the total population of China is 1.331 billion people, and 50 million of new recruits (in 2007) could only be just a beginning!
We can foresee China’s world war to establish its world domination. Hitler dreamed of it after he routed France within six weeks and before he was routed in Stalin’s Russia.
In his speeches going back to 2004 and 2005, Gen. Chi, minister of National Defense of China between 1993 and 2003 and then a top military official (he is 80 years old), described how China would attack the United States first, for the victory over the United States would, in his opinion, mean the victory over the rest of the world as well.
There is one noteworthy detail. About two-thirds of Americans will be gassed or infected with a terminal disease, and their property, including their homes, passed over to the Chinese, who (the superior race!) will be new settlers in the former (inferior race!) United States.
The American experts found this part of Chi’s projection of the war especially fantastic (possibly invented by Lev Navrozov in his column).
Actually, such a scenario was a standard method of a slave state to stimulate its slave soldiers. What could be more attractive for Chinese slave soldiers than to get, as payment for their work, property in the United States for their seizure of the United States!
The most advanced industrialization must combine with the oldest ways of using humans. Let the slaves rob the country they had seized.
There is nothing historically new about Stalin’s Russia, Hitler’s Germany, or Mao’s China, now owned by his successors. Freedom is much newer, and it disappears much easier than state slavery, which is now called by the West “totalitarianism” — quite respectfully, for the free West has been having commercial, cultural, technological, and other relations with slave states.
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