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China’s War Machine Churning Out Aircraft Carriers

Friday, 12 Aug 2011 07:41 AM

By Lev Navrozov

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China, which the communist Mao created as the “People’s Republic of China” (PRC) to turn the entire world communist, may defeat the United States as unexpectedly as Hitler defeated France.

France was the world’s most culturally sophisticated and creative country. Yet it succumbed quickly to an attack by Hitler, a World War I soldier who later said that not only was he the greatest man living but that he was the greatest man who ever lived.

British troops maintained in France could not repel the Nazi surprise attack, which caught the country unaware and was hard to believe.

As a totalitarian society, the PRC is a military camp, in which everyone is a soldier. It is easier in such a society to conceal the building of new weapons or pursuing a secret military agenda.

A 2004 Hong Kong news story, which said that the PRC was reported to be building, with the assistance from Russia, three aircraft carriers (called Project 9935), floated around Chinese forums. According to a Feb. 18, 2004 posting on Key Publishing LTD Aviation Forums, all three ships could be operational by 2008-2010.

The Chinese article said that maintenance facilities had been built in Shanghai, Dalian, and Zhejiang. The author of the article was not sure “how reliable” the source was: “so there you go . . . 3 [aircraft carriers], setting up the scene to become superpower by 2020.”

According to “Polmar’s Perspective” on the DefenseTech website, other articles cite Chinese plans to build up to six aircraft carriers in the near term.

Reuters, on July 27, 2011, carried a story that said in part: “China is building 2 aircraft carriers as part of a military modernization program that is causing concern among other Asian countries . . . President Hu Jintao has made the navy a keystone of China’s defense upgrade, and the carriers will be among the most visible signs of its rising military prowess.”

Add to that, “China is ramping up its military spending as the United States considers cutting its defense budget.” The article goes on to say: “Two aircraft carriers are being built at the Jiangnan shipyard in Shanghai.”

As reported by Manufacturing.Net on Aug. 1, 2011: “Chinese authorities have secretly recruited 10,000 workers . . . to build China’s first domestic aircraft carrier . . . Workers are obliged to strictly keep secret (about their employment). They would not be allowed to use mobile phones and to make contact with their families.” 

To carry out the construction of its first domestic carrier, China is seeking help from Ukrainian engineers, whom they will provide with high-class accommodations and a soccer field, specially built for them.

According to Tehran Times, Iran’s leading international daily, “China regards aircraft carriers as key symbols of global power projection and is unlikely to build just two.”

And further: “The Chinese military is engaged in a large-scale buildup that includes new strategic and conventional missiles, aircraft, anti-satellite weaponry and a new ballistic missile for targeting ships at sea.”

It is also well known in the region and around the globe that China is building up its military capabilities across the board. The Obama administration, on the other hand, is looking at close to a trillion dollars of defense cuts in the next decade.

A free country has its military advantages: New weapons are being built, since they are created mostly by people of genius.

Now, take a look at the history of the PRC. Before the 20th century, China had no association with foreign countries. In the 20th century, China’s attitudes have changed, owing to the communist Mao. This jump from total isolation to total world power — is it possible or likely?

Free countries should not ignore this possibility. France ignored the possibility of a German victory over France — and was overrun by Nazi Germany.

The United States should keep in mind that the communist China is a totalitarian society, the number of its population is close to 1.4 billion, and the possibilities to conceal secret military projects are infinite.

China has a “People’s Liberation Army.” It means that communist China is out to “liberate” the entire world. You see, every country except the PRC is “oppressed” by capitalists and other exploiters. Therefore, every war by the PRC is, by definition, a “war of liberation” until the entire world becomes “liberated.”

China has enough people to carry out this task of global liberation. What else does the communist China need to accomplish this? It needs the weapons to arm its army sufficiently well to “liberate” every country, as was predicted by Marx and then by his pupil Mao with respect to the entire “world proletariat.”

When Germany began its totalitarian transformation, no one predicted it would have global ambitions. Ironically, Hitler was defeated by its “copy”: Stalin, who outwitted and defeated that “super-Napoleon,” who lost the war and committed suicide as a result.

The free people of the world, their governments, and those who want to be free must learn how to recognize the warning signs of the danger coming from the evil, totalitarian societies by doing their utmost effort to defend themselves.

Lev Navrozov can be reached at levnavrozov@gmail.com


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