The West took notice of the people’s Republic of China only after the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement was drowned in blood by the dictatorship.
Everything confirmed the opinion that Mao’s brainchild had been working to convert its population, exceeding that of the United States by 1 billion people, into a power appropriating the world, given the scientific and technological means.
On Jan. 25, that is, about a week after the White House’s flamboyant reception of PRC dictator Hu Jintao, Obama delivered his televised State of the Union address, which lasted over an hour.
But what had been going on during the week of Jan. 19, Hu’s arrival to the United States? Had Hu received all the accolades on the newest page of history: PRC and the White House fighting together to achieve common goals?
In his State of the Union address, Obama did not say a word about the events of that week.
His speech was meant to be read by overzealous university students. Well, here a reader might ask me, But, look, who elected Obama?
The answer is, He was elected by other Obamas, who account for a majority of the population of the United States. They did it once, and Obama is doing everything to ensure they pull it off again. He is already up and running, strategically calculating every move.
During his recent trip to Wisconsin, he talked about winning the future: “Let’s get serious. We’ve got to up our game. No room for second place; we need to win the future.
This is the place where the race for the 21st century will be won.”
The British have understood that the British prime minister should be appointed and not “elected by the masses,” because “genius” is just one person, while a majority is mentally mediocre.
But since the separation from Britain received the fashionable revolutionary color, the separatists decided to prove that in contrast to Britain, every “leader” should be “elected by the people” even if those “people” could not read and write.
As a result of such “revolutionary election” of “leaders” by millions or dozens of millions of Obamas (“the people”), the United States will perish in wars with the PRC (or on the side of the PRC, as Obama would have preferred).
In our epoch of superweapons and superwars, it is especially dangerous to trust all leaders elected by unknown voters, “the people.”
On Jan. 17, two days before Hu’s arrival to the United States, CNN.com carried an article originally published by the Financial Times “Hu Questions Future Role of U.S. Dollar.” The article, in part, says that Hu Jintao has raised questions on the role of the U.S. dollar in the global monetary system on the eve of his state visit to Washington, saying that “the current international currency system is the product of the past.”
There has been a long argument between the PRC and the United States as to whether the global unit of financial exchange should remain the dollar or be replaced by the Chinese yuan.
In his State of the Union address, Obama did not say a word about obvious advantages of the dollar.
So what’s the conclusion? The PRC is not a “country” but a “continent,” whose population surpasses that of the United States by over 1 billion people.
Yet the friendship with the PRC as played out by dictator Hu and U.S. President Obama may deprive the United States of allies it would otherwise have. The PRC will abandon the United States at the moment chosen as the most fatal for the United States.
Unknown are the motivations of those who have been emigrating to the United States. Freedom? The definition of “civic freedoms” in contrast to just “physical freedom” can only be perceived by sufficiently sophisticated minds.
In other words, with his adoration of the PRC, Obama is not an exception — he is an example of those Americans who may like the United States. But they like the PRC more or at least as much, and nothing seems to them more welcome than the unity of the two countries.
In my previous columns, I wrote about the tremendous military potential of the PRC over that of the United States: 1 billion more people, who can be trained for the armed forces as well as in the field of science and technology for the production of superweapons.
But here yet another strategic advantage can be added: In the PRC, any deviation from what has been ordered by the dictator is a crime punishable by being tortured to death, while in the United States, the population is free to sympathize with the PRC, a ruthless enemy of the United States and other free countries.
Imagine half of the population of the United States during World War II sympathizing with Nazi Germany and voting for Hitler’s supporter and friend to be the U.S. president. No less egocentric was the state dinner to honor Hu, Obama’s friend and the head of the PRC.
Lev Navrozov can be reached at email@example.com
© 2013 Newsmax. All rights reserved.