His name was Zhang Hongbao, and in 2000, he managed to flee from China to the United States.
This happened after Chi Haotian, former “minister of national defense” of China, and Xiong Guangkai, deputy-general-in-chief of the People’s Liberation Army, stated that while the United States has been working on weapons like aircraft carriers and bombers, China concentrates on post-nuclear super weapons, and its geostrategic goal is a “world Chinese net.”
Yes, Zhang Hongbao, a businessman, managed to flee from China to the United States, where he wrote an address (20 typewritten pages) to the leaders of all countries, except China and those countries that would not mind being caught in the “world Chinese net.”
On July 31, 2006, Hongbao was riding in his car (in the United States), driven by his female secretary. The car collided with a truck, and Hongbao was killed. I wrote an obituary, but it was not clear then, as it is not clear now, whether it was an accident or an assassination.
Now I have read Hongbao’s message, and it is worth discussing, since he was Chinese and had lived in China for 46 years of his life.
Hongbao says that according to the Chinese military on the Xinhua Internet site and the Military Affairs Internet site, Chinese super weapons are based on major military technologies: laser, missile interception, intercontinental ballistic missiles with multiple warheads, and stealth technology for submarines.
The Chinese top dictators are quoted by Hongbao as repeating that “the Chinese post-nuclear super weapons render the enemy [the U.S.] defenseless.”
According to the Chinese Communist Party, the Chinese weapons have the following features: One hit destroys the enemy, not merely damages the enemy.One hit can wipe out the total population of the United States along with its friendly and allied countries.If the U.S. can destroy the enemy within 70 days, then the CCP will destroy the enemy within 60 days.Before the enemies know it, they are dead, which dispenses with a costly resistance.The killing of the population of the United States and of its 53 friendly and allied countries but preserving their wealth means acquiring the biggest trophy in human history.
The Chinese military dictators think in terms of the now well-known book “Unrestricted Warfare,” published by a Chinese military publishing house in 1999. If you can do any harm to the enemy, do it! The United States and its allies cannot live without electricity? Produce power outages, and the more the better!
Says Hongbao, “Thus inadvertently, Zhang Wannian, deputy chairman of the Central Military Commission, reveals a vital secret: China has mastered the technology of causing large-scale power outages!”
Yet outages, no matter how extensive and lasting, are only one way of disrupting civilian life by “unrestricted warfare.” Post-nuclear super weapons are capable of producing earthquakes and tsunamis.
As I have said, Zhang Hongbao intended to send his message to the leaders of all countries except China and those countries whose leaders would not mind enslavement by the Chinese. But it is necessary to add to Hongbao’s letter several words about how “unrestricted warfare” and state slavery help each other. A soldier of a free country may die as a result of war. But a state slave is supposed to do or die at the will of his collective owner.
The collective owner of the slaves in a slave state can force them to be engaged in any activity conducive to the victory. It is obvious that China can have more people contributing to the victory than any other country.
But while the dictators can use any coercion, they can also use any remuneration. They can offer any remuneration to a foreigner even if his country is a military enemy.
The ultimate results of any collective human undertaking like war stem from human beings — from their minds and hands. In a slave state, all slaves, and a certain number of foreigners, are the sources of work, including mental work. A slave state possesses these sources, and thus makes itself as powerful as possible.
It is also noteworthy that before the war in Iraq, many Chinese military scientific and technical specialists spoke respectfully about the U.S. armed forces. Today, with rare exceptions, they have nothing for the subject but scorn. Constitutionalism and democracy do not work well for military goals in the United States.
World domination is a necessity for the Chinese dictators, or otherwise they will be threatened by Tiananmens (recall the replica of the Statue of Liberty in Tiananmen Square!) or pulled down as the Soviet dictatorship was about two years later despite the Soviet armed forces and the political police, both of which had been developed since 1918, that is, for more than 70 years.
Oddly enough, the Chinese dictators can frighten their population into submission even less than the Soviet dictators ever could. About 100,000 revolts occur in China annually. Zhang Hongbao is a good example of an individual rebel, trying to stir the resistance of the world to the aggressive dictatorship of China.
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