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Obama Oblivious to China Threat

By    |   Thursday, 17 Jun 2010 10:34 AM

The People’s Republic of China was proclaimed by Mao in 1949 after he had crushed his non-communist rivals. According to the communist orthodoxy, the entire world was to become communist.

Anti-communist revolts happened, but they were crushed before being noticed by the outside world until the world-famous Tiananmen uprising in 1989, after which the pace of the country’s armament race quickened for the government to be ready to suppress the likely Tiananmens before they fused into a general uprising.

The United States and other free countries wonder if the People’s Republic of China (technologically strong enough and having a population of 1.3 billion compared to 300 million of that of the United States) is planning to crush the United States, as the military minister of the People’s Republic of China predicted in 2005.

As for Obama, I believe only one question to be pertinent here: How is it that he received enough American votes to win the U.S. presidency?

In the 20th century, every country had age limits for those running for office. Traditionally, age was wise, while youth inexperienced.

In Russia, the age revaluation of 1917 was shown in the poem “The Twelve,” by Alexander Blok, recognized as a poet of genius. Those we see in his poem are “young people,” ill-mannered, disorderly, criminal: one of them murders his mistress because she had an affair with an older man. But the young people are marching, led by — as the last line of the poem reveals — Jesus Christ.

Obama staged a silent revolution of youth — by drawing younger people into the election process on a much higher scale than ever before. Similarly, the People’s Republic of China was created as a revolution of youth.

Now open “Yahoo! Search Results” for “President Obama and the People’s Republic of China.”

These Search Results, several lines each, would occupy a volume. The false impression is that Obama is a top official of the People’s Republic of China. The fact that there is no freedom in the People’s Republic of China, created by Mao, or that the People’s Republic of China has plans to conquer the world are ignored by Obama.

In this particular search, the first Search Result: President Obama’s Nominee for the United States Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China.

The second Search Result: President Obama greets People’s Republic of China President Hu Jintao.

It should be noticed that Obama was born in 1961. So for a while he looked like a youngster making the world look younger.

After about a year of cooperation between Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao, Obama and Hu met the press after their official talks. China and the U.S. have agreed to enhance cooperation.

President Hu and U.S. President Obama held “productive and candid discussions on the U.S.-China relations and other issues of mutual interest.” Again, China’s military buildup is ignored by Obama.

So what has been going on? It is strongly believed in the United States that the People’s Republic of China’s military is building up armaments to surpass the arsenal of the United States and its allies. But this unprecedented military growth is not noticed by the U.S. president, who is received in China as its own admired top official.

It is obvious that Obama expects to win the second term of his U.S. presidency by carrying on his rejuvenation of the United States.

Here the People’s Republic of China and the United States may turn out to be highly useful for Obama. Suppose it becomes clear at a certain point of time to both the People’s Republic of China and the United States that China is ready to strike at the United States, as the military minister of China predicted in 2005.

The United States underestimates the military power of the People’s Republic of China partly due to the Western scorn for China as being a “big village” and partly due to China’s successful concealment of its latest military development.

And here, at some crucial time for the United States, Obama would assure the majority of American voters that he could persuade his “friends” at the top of the People’s Republic of China to negotiate with the United States before they take any military action against the U.S.

You see? Everything depends on Obama!

Now, he would assure his “friends” in the People’s Republic of China that there is no need to suddenly attack the United States because the country was ready to accept the sensible terms of the PRC. (As they say, a friend in need is a friend indeed.)

Let me stop here. Everything will depend on Obama’s power to pacify both sides. But if he managed to convince a majority of the U.S. voters to have him elected as the U.S. President, why, possibly he will be able to assure both his American voters and his top-level Chinese “friends” (first of all, for the benefit of Barack Obama himself first and foremost) what they should do to achieve their aims peacefully and accurately via negotiations through Barack Obama.

At a certain point of history the People’s Republic of China may become able to crush the United States. Well, to protect the latter will be beyond Obama’s power.

With every passing day, the China-U.S. relations become more and more ambiguous and hence dangerous (for the United States). Obama is playing a slippery fish in this process. Which side will suffer as a result?

Let me repeat what I have been saying all along: in contrast to the British selection of the Prime Minister, the U.S. election of the U.S. president is misconstrued, obsolete, and dangerous. Shortly after he was elected the U.S. president, Obama held a two-day U.S.-Chinese meeting devoted to the “friendship and cooperation” between the two countries.

Obama spoke about strengthening the friendly ties between the two countries, somewhat similar [!] and hence bound to be friendly (in fact, making it easier for China to steal American sensitive technology, under the cover of “friendly” Chinese smiles and giving American businessmen a “friendly” access to Chinese cheap slave labor).

Lev Navrozov can be reached at levnavrozov@gmail.com.

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