The will of the dictatorship of China to world power is understandable. Their world domination will resolve all of their domestic problems, except their own personal sickness and death that no physician can prevent.
On the other hand, none of their state slaves will think that he or she would be better off in a different society as in another country, for there will be no different societies or other countries: The world will be a single slave state owned by the owners of the world.
The greatest treasure within the solar system, the earth, with its populace and everything that was considered in the West valuable or priceless — male and female beauty, jewelry, unique buildings, science, technology, the arts — will be owned by the owners of the world.
Now, what about the defense of the free West?
President Bush and his subordinates have not said a word in almost eight years about a possibility that the dictatorship of China may wish to own the world just as the dictator Hitler wished it, but when Hitler invaded Russia, the dictator Stalin drove him out of Russia, and on the crest of his victory over Hitler, grabbed Eastern Europe, including Eastern Germany itself.
Had Hitler occupied all of Russia without excessive strain, and had he not started the extermination of Jews in 1942, he would have been able to convert Russia’s natural and human resources into a world naval and air force, attacking Britain and the United States with nuclear bombs developed by Hitler’s nuclear project, generously financed and complete with Jewish scientists of genius. Actually, the dictator Hitler was brought to suicide by the dictator Stalin, who had no weaker will to power.
But President Bush and his subordinates had applied not even once in almost eight years the term “dictatorship” to the owners of China. Have they assumed that China is not a dictatorship? What is it, then? A friend and a trade partner of the free West?
We have been also privileged to see since last summer the debates of the presidential candidates, one of whom will succeed President Bush. Only one of them, Duncan Hunter, spoke publicly of the mortal threat of China. But he received so few votes that he withdrew from the presidential race.
So that notorious year of 1938 in Britain, when no one publicly spoke of the mortal danger from Germany, in the United States has lasted with respect to the dictatorship of China for at least eight years and promises no change.
But just to mention this subject is not enough for the defense. Nano weapons were first described by an American named Eric Drexler in his book of 1986. But the U.S. Congress did not allocate a cent to his Foresight Institute he founded in that same year, 1986, and we learn that he is now “no longer with the Institute” he founded! At the same time, there are Americans who explain to me that I do not know about the post-nuclear projects in the USA because such projects are “black projects,” that is, the money for them has been allocated secretly.
By the U.S. Congress? Or by the U.S. president? President Roosevelt allocated secretly — without the Congress! — tremendous funds for the giant Manhattan Project: this was constitutional, since Hitler had declared war on the United States in 1941. But the dictatorship of China will never “declare war” on the United States: see Sun Tze’s “Art of War” of more than two millennia ago and “The Unrestricted War,” published in 1999 by China’s military publishers.
According to these two publications, “the declaration of war” is a European aristocratic custom like “the challenge to a duel.” The dictatorship of China will not declare war on the United States, as it will not challenge the U.S. president to a duel.
It will annihilate the United States or the entire free West as an assassin approaching his victim from behind and murdering him with his mace (a heavy club). Hence the phrase shashou jian, “assassin’s mace,” coming from Chinese history.
On Feb. 27, I received the following e-mail from Brad Burnette:
I have been reading your articles for the past couple of years with great interest. I have also been researching the benefits and destruction that this “new” [nano] technology could unleash. I truly believe that the coming nano-revolution will do for society in the 21st century what the industrial and internet revolutions did for the 20th century, except on a larger scale. While it’s true that we (the U.S.) will need to be the leader in this very infant technology, how would you know that there is no secret “Manhattan-like” project with thousands of engineers and scientists working on super-nano weapons as I write this e-mail?
So, according to Burnette, since the U.S. Congress has not allocated a cent to Drexler’s Institute, we must believe that President Bush himself allocated the money secretly for the development of nano weapons, as did Roosevelt for the Manhattan Project, except that President Bush’s allocations have been unconstitutional, but we should believe that to President Bush even the Constitution is nothing if the very survival of the free West is involved.
Some simpletons like myself have imagined that President Bush launched his pre-emptive war against Iraq in 2003 because he and his cronies were after the oil of Iraq, but the war got stuck for five years since the Sunnis began a guerrilla war. McCain has pledged to continue the U.S. war even if the U.S. final victory takes a hundred years.
What a simpleton I am! The real goal is to deceive the dictators of China by making them think that he, McCain, is mentally even more unfit to be the U.S. president than the current U.S. President Bush!
What a simpleton I have been! President Bush launched the war in Iraq to mislead the Chinese dictatorship by making them believe that the United States is so pathetically weak — it cannot defeat in five years a small Third-World country!
Also, as a simpleton, I could not understand that the presidential candidates do not refer to the mortal danger from China, to make those stupid dictators of China believe that all presidential candidates are as inept as President Bush.
The United States is a country of freedom. This is why I am in the United States.
The Americans in Russia who heard me speaking English asked me when I had come from the United States to Russia. My joke was that I had never left the United States! But freedom per se does not ensure the country’s defense.
The dictatorship of China can use any financial stimulants (a $100 million a year as a salary to a foreign scientist of genius) and any penalties, including the most inhuman Chinese torture to death.
Under its dictatorship, China is a military machine of 1.3 billion human parts. Such a machine may be infinitely more powerful than the United States if the latter uses freedom only for money-making (with China and in China) and for entertainments such as the current presidential debates (in which dictatorship of China does not exist).
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