Every year, the Office of the Secretary of Defense compiles a report on China. The latest is entitled, “Military Power of the People’s Republic of China, 2008.” The 56-page report is directed to Congress.
In 1945, when the United States dropped its first two atom bombs on Japan, the latter surrendered unconditionally. Such weapons came to be called “superweapons.”
Through the Web site of Lt. Col. Thomas E. Bearden (U.S. Army, retired) I was sent a 368-page book, published in 2005, describing post-nuclear superweapons. The book is entitled, “Oblivion: America at the Brink,” since the author believes that America does not pay due attention to such weapons, even though it is owing to them that the country gained its instant victory over Japan in 1945.
In its annual report to Congress, the Office of the Secretary of Defense does not mention any development in China of any superweapons (such as molecular nanoweapons), since any such development is a secret for the CIA or DIA or anyone except the dictators of China themselves.
The annual report is based on the open Chinese sources only. Still, not all of its 56 pages are of no interest.
First of all, the scale and intensity of China’s military development are astonishing. As though an attack on China is expected, the population (1.3 billion) must spare no effort for the daily all-out growth of its military might.
But who is the enemy that is going to attack China? The Chinese people. Recall the Tiananmen uprising or the fact that 47 million Chinese have left the Communist Party of China in the past four years. If 47 million Chinese communists do not want to be members of the ruling party, who wants to side with the top rulers of the country?
Foreign countries are harmful when they help the internal enemy, as they have been helping Taiwan, which is “part of China,” and if it is not, then any part of China may consider itself independent of the dictatorship of China on the basis of political discourses of “enemies” about freedom and what not.
Hence China must be ready to annihilate any country that will support rebels in China, and the only way to prevent the rebellions is to annihilate the free West, which serves as an enticement for rebellions in China (the replica in Tiananmen Square in 1989 of the Statue of Liberty should never be forgotten).
Hence, we read in the annual report to Congress (Page 2), “China has the most active ballistic missile program in the world.” Of course! The PLA means “People’s Liberation Army.” China has been liberated. The rest of the world should also be liberated.
The People’s Liberation Army does not capture, conquer, or enslave any country — by occupying it. The People’s Liberation Army liberates it.
Said Deng Xiaoping (Page 8), “Hide our capacities and bide our time.”
The outside world should help the military development of China. On Page 36 we read:
Since 2003 China has been pressuring EU states to lift the embargo on lethal military sales to China that the EU imposed in response to China’s 1989 crackdown on Tiananmen Square demonstrators. In the Joint Statement following the 2004 EU-China Summit, European and PRC leaders committed to work towards lifting the embargo. Although the issue officially remains in the EU agenda, there is no consensus among the EU Member States on lifting the embargo any time in the near future.
Between 2000 and 2006, more than 400 investigations were initiated in the United States, involving the illicit export of U.S. arms and technologies to China, which led to several convictions of U.S.–based violators of the Export Administration and the Arms Export Control Act.
If we recall that China’s education for its military development can be elevated to the world’s highest level, the fact that the population of China exceeds that of any other country, makes China the most powerful military entity in the world, if China seizes every opportunity for creating post-nuclear superweapons — with the help of foreign scientists of genius, if necessary.
On one occasion, it was reported that China offered to a foreign inventor $150 million, half of which to be paid to him as soon as he settles with his family in China and begins his work.
Well, Hitler became an incarnation of evil in the free West only in the late 30s and early 40s when his aggressions occurred.
The behavior of the owners of China is totally deceptive, for according to Sun Tse, the Chinese strategist of antiquity, deception is the key to the art of war.
Hitler could feign Stalin’s attack on Germany and represent his offense as defense (the way the dictatorship of China teaches its People’s Liberation Army: see Page 17 of the annual report). But he didn’t do it. He entered Stalin’s Russia as in a parade. The result? He was routed, and to avoid being taken prisoner, he committed suicide.
China today is far more dangerous than Hitler’s Germany was, owing to China’s deeper strategic roots, such as the primacy of deception, dating back to early China.
It has been announced that the Chinese state media go global — for the first time in history, and their propaganda will include the inevitability of the advent of the Chinese “system” to the entire world.
They hope to replace the recurrent economic depressions in the West, which have occurred since the latter part of the 18th century and up to now.
Capitalism? Well, Lenin permitted it; and under Stalin it existed as a farmer’s ownership of a plot of land and the sale of whatever was grown on it on a “collective-farm market” — in Moscow, for example. Orderly capitalism, not the losses of hundreds of billions of dollars, which is to be reimbursed to the capitalists by the state at the national expense.
China’s global propaganda invasion is to be finally combined with the global superweapons offensive. But the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s annual report is silent about the mental global “liberation” of mankind by the global Chinese propaganda, to be followed by superweapons, developed in China (probably secretly enough to be secret for the Western intelligence/espionage).
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