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China's Gen Chi: U.S. Easily Defeated

By    |   Thursday, 10 December 2009 12:33 PM EST

From 1993 to 2003, Chi Haotian was the Minister of National Defense (read: “of world aggression”) of the People’s Republic of China (read: “of the Post-1949 slave-state of China”). He is now 80 years old, and since 2004 he has been vice chairman of the Central Military Commission of China.

In 2005, his speech was reprinted by The Epoch Times, an independent Chinese newspaper, published abroad. His speech details the annihilation of the West and talks about world domination.

In my columns, I wrote about how Chi depicts China’s future war for its world empire as gleaned from his speech.

The first target will be the United States as the most powerful of the free (and hence enemy) countries, whereupon all the other enemy countries will be easier targets.

As for the United States, up to two-thirds of its population will be poisoned (chemical war) or infected with mortal diseases (biological war), and all of their property will be transmitted to the new settlers (the Chinese) as to the superior race. One-third of Americans will be left alive to be servants of the new superior race.

None of this is new. The owners of the slave states of old wanted their slaves to get a share of the enemy wealth to be loyal to them, their owners, and interested in their victory.

It would be wrong for the owners of China to spread such information as official: even a slave state is supposed to behave internationally in peacetime as an advanced democracy. Thus, China has prepared for world domination secretly.

Hence the spreading of savage slave-state information was entrusted to Chi, for which purpose he had even been demoted in 2004, before he made his scandalous slave-state speech in 2005.

Besides, consciously, mankind should believe in the official propaganda of China and, subconsciously, in its subhuman superpower, able to create a Chinese world empire.

This is why in 2004 Chi ceased to be the minister of National Defense of China and in 2005 was the vice president of the Central Military Commission, and made his speech about annihilating chemically and biologically two thirds of Americans. Well, one-third should be spared to prepare the former United States for the new settlers (and later act as their servants).

In the parade marking the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, the owners of China demonstrated some of the latest weapons, instead of concealing them until the war Chi had described in his speech of 2005.

Let the world know that China can develop, produce, and use all the weapons that the United States can, but since the population of China is 1.3 billion and that of the United States is slightly more than 300 million, all those who studied math at elementary school can figure out the final outcome.

But since every American is free to think and speak, many Americans would rather think and speak about their ability to afford to buy a pair of cashmere socks they have seen on sale this morning than about the United Stated being annihilated by China.

As for American “top experts on China,” they found Chi’s description of China’s conversion of the United States into part of China’s world empire to be a laughable forgery of someone (like myself) describing Gen. Chi Haotian.

Here it is necessary to understand the role of American higher school education, granting degrees to a graduate, which announces one as an expert on China.

Now, do these degrees ensure an expert’s ability to think? Well, this would be redundant, of course. Just as elementary-school math enables anyone to be an expert in everything that can be counted, so too the knowledge of a high school graduate certified by degrees enables people to discuss whatever this knowledge certifies to be known.

Before 2005, hardly anyone of the American experts on China had heard of Chi Haotian, minister of National Defense of China.

True, that happened in slave states of old. But few experts knew this term “slave state,” or have heard a lecture on slavery, which can flourish today, as it did thousands of years ago.

But well-known events disproved the experts’ conclusion that Chi’s speech is a forgery. Chi has been as grandly visible after 2005 as he had been before. The Epoch Times reprinted his speech in 2009, with its introduction.

To my search “Chi Haotian Today,” Yahoo! responded with 18,300 results.

There is one of Chi’s predictions that is undeniable: a Sino-American war, and the later it occurs, the greater will be the military superiority of China owing to its incomparably larger population, which can be converted into the developers and users of the latest modern weapons.

Any advantages of the United States? Let us take, for example, the latest major war of the United States: the war of the United States and its allies against Iraq, a technologically backward country, whose population then was 26 million.

Today’s surveys of the war, like “George W. Bush and the Iraq War” in Yahoo!, leave no doubt that the war was an insane rigmarole, complete with “a movement to impeach George W. Bush,” though his stunts were more like insanity than just stupidity, and the pertinent topic is, what to do if the elected U.S. president is clinically insane.

It is obvious that the American culture in spheres like warfare creates not intelligence but titles, and among those the title of “U.S. president” is especially troubling, since the American revolutionary method of conferring this title by the will of a majority of direct voters is on the verge of insanity, since the more people think alike, the lower the level of their mental normality, sinking into insanity, like Obama’s “thinking” at the beginning of his presidency that the United States and the slave state of China are “partners.”

It is tragicomical that by electing the U.S. president, a majority of voters who elected him are also sure that thereby they also elected the country’s top military man of genius, while his actual mental level may be insanity.

You can e-mail me at navlev@cloud9.net.

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From 1993 to 2003, Chi Haotian was the Minister of National Defense (read: “of world aggression”) of the People’s Republic of China (read: “of the Post-1949 slave-state of China”). He is now 80 years old, and since 2004 he has been vice chairman of the Central Military...
Thursday, 10 December 2009 12:33 PM
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