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President Obama Oblivious to the Threat From China

Thursday, 23 Sep 2010 10:14 AM

By Lev Navrozov

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We have been hearing consolations that many other (elected) American presidents were almost as dangerous to America as has been Barack Obama, as many of those who voted for him now believe.

If Winston Churchill had not been appointed (not “elected”!) prime minister of Britain at the time, Hitler’s Germany would have swallowed up Britain as it did France, despite the British divisions stationed in France to reinforce its defense. But after having heard Churchill’s radio addresses, Hitler changed his mind and chose to invade Russia rather than Britain, was routed, and committed suicide.

Churchill was chosen according to the British law. Could he have possibly been elected the American way, as are the U.S. presidents in the United States? No.

He was a profound political thinker, unlike George W. Bush or Obama or many other American presidents, who could be understood by every American only as “pop speakers.”

How did the American belief that a Winston Churchill can be “elected by the people” originate?

The “revolutionary America” assured the world that in the United States the “power” belongs to the people, who elect all their top leaders, while in Britain the power belongs mostly to old bureaucrats, and this is why America had to wage a war for its independence.

In November of last year, when Obama visited the People’s Republic of China, two of China’s “dark sides” were well known to the democratic West: general slavery (no previous freedom) and the growth of the People’s Republic of China into a global empire based on general slavery.

And here President Obama comes to the People’s Republic of China. Of course, no one expected him to speak against the global growth of China. But it would be proper for a high-ranking guest from the United States to express his private regrets that still absent are the freedom of speech and other such personal freedoms.

Obama, however, never said a word on the subject — he kept his reputation with the owners of the People’s Republic of China impeccable.

Who knows? Obama cannot preserve his U.S. presidency for the rest of his life, while the People’s Republic of China might consider inviting him to serve as a Chinese high-ranking official for the duration of his life.

Obama had to have known what a country of slavery such as The People's Republic of China, founded by Mao (the Chinese Stalin) is like.

I was born into Stalin’s country of slavery. A great deal of art was produced, but it became pseudo-art, as life itself became pseudo-life: a prison pretending to be free life.

Surely Obama's loyal behavior during his visit to China was impeccable: He seemed not even have heard about the existence of the People's Republic of China as a slave state.

The fundamental question is whether the United States will survive. The United States has never been invaded by other countries.

Before the age of aviation, the only way to reach the United States was by sea, and the aggressor would be effectively repulsed. But the age of aviation and space technology opened the atmospheric and stratospheric oceans above the earth.

In other words, there has originated conditional probability for the United States to be involved, on its soil or above it, in world war as deeply as any other country on the earth. And then who will care if the U.S. presidents are elected by voters, who understand as little of what is going on as did the English people before Winston Churchill.

It is curious that one’s voluntary association with Germany of 1935-1945 would have horrified any democratic country.

Now, does the People’s Republic of China differ from Nazi Germany, except that it was founded by Mao, who was no better than Hitler or Stalin and who killed dozens of millions of civilians? China intends to go global, just as Hitler did before his defeat in Russia.

Yet there is President Obama, obviously pleasing the leaders of China by his polite silence perchance he becomes one of them if his top career in the U.S.A. is terminated.

So far he is the servant to two masters, one of whom being the United States and the other a country no different from Germany between 1935 and 1945.

Lev Navrozov can be reached at levnavrozov@gmail.com


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