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Was Tony Blair More Aware of the China Threat Than Obama?

Thursday, 30 Sep 2010 09:13 AM

By Lev Navrozov

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I have been reading all things Tony Blair to understand if he was any better than Obama regarding the threat China poses to the world.

To that end, I have perused a seven-page transcript of MSNBC “Morning Joe” show with Tony Blair, after former U.S. President Bill Clinton had presented him with the prestigious Liberty Medal “for his global human rights work.”

I have read those seven pages of fine print, which do not contain even two words worth reading. Predictably, the “People’s Republic of China” is not even as much as mentioned. Are seven pages of small print not enough to even mention the danger of China, with its population already surpassing that of the United States by 1 billion?

Surely China is by far the biggest threat to the global human rights!

Tony Blair’s grandest text for general reading is his recently published book “A Journey: My Political Life,” which he has been promoting in the United States and which is being so publicized that our local public library does not have a single copy available and has a long wait list of those wishing to read it.

In his book, Blair does mention the “People’s Republic of China,” which, he claims, should be helped by advanced countries to establish a just society.

Blair does not seem to understand that those who have not so long ago been called “the working people” had been called “slaves” for hundreds and thousands of years.

The slaves were more profitable than freely hired “working people.”

Solid, all-out slavery also may be a good preventer of the appearance of “secret scoundrels” who want to undermine and annihilate slavery.

Finally, will slaves understand Tony Blair?

In Stalin’s Russia, the number “37” stood most for the year of his most intense terror against civilians whom other civilians reported to the secret police and accused of “anti-Soviet activity,” that is, saying something anti-Soviet.

In 1937, I was 9 years old, but already I understood that we were living in the worst possible society, at a par with “fascist Germany.”

We need democracy! But can democracy exist if people are so different mentally? Some of our classmates sat at the back of the class, and once one of them suddenly whistled. The teacher interrupted the class and said she was going to complain to the school principal, to which the hoods shouted: “Go ahead and complain!”

Well, those hoods were too young to be imprisoned.

In later years I decided that the problem had been solved in England. I mastered the English language as to the language born. Also, I courted a Russian girl whose English was no worse than mine. Well, here I am in a free, English-speaking county, studying what has been pronounced or written for 10 years in office by British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who resigned in 2007.

If a cascade of Blair’s statements be summarized, he believes that democracy can exist and indeed become global, including the “People’s Republic of China’s” game at ultimate democracy, since Blair honestly believes that every human being in the world also believes in it, for their minds match that of Tony Blair’s.

Blair may seem to be similar to Obama. Actually, Obama worked hard for his personal interests as, for example, placating the “People’s Republic of China” to be on good terms with it, while Blair simply created a lot of meaningless noise, at the same time showing his respect for the “People’s Republic of China” as part of inevitable democracy all over the world.

China’s conquest of the world would be the single most terrible disaster for mankind in the past centuries, including Hitler’s beginning of his global invasion by his attempt to conquer Russia, which failed and ended in his own defeat and eventually suicide.

The demonstration of how much harm Obama and Tony Blair have inflicted upon the safety of the free world shows how mortally endangered the world is by the global threat from the “People’s Republic of China.”

The appearance of a country which in 1949 came to be called the “People’s Republic of China” is extremely rare, if not unique, in human history and is highly dangerous to the rest of the world.

Lev Navrozov can be reached at levnavrozov@gmail.com

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