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China Provides Rope for U.S. to Hang Itself

By    |   Friday, 30 January 2009 07:09 AM

Owing to its tragicomical strategy, the United States dragged on its war in Iraq (whose population is less than one-fiftieth of that of China) for five years. This despite that only the Sunni, who account for a third of Iraq’s population, fought actively against the invasion.

But what if the dictators of China attack the United States with superior post-nuclear weapons and enslave or annihilate its population?

An American reader of mine, and no doubt a voter, whom I will call just Felix, sent me an e-mail on Jan. 6.

He begins with quoting my column: “In the e-mail responses to my column, my readers ask me what they can and must do to save freedom in the West from China, which is becoming a military colossus.”

Well, my answer to them is that our not-for-profit Center for the Survival of Western Democracies, Inc. and Producers Ink, LLC, intend to create a film about the post-nuclear (such as nano) weapons of China and its nano world conquest, and if a large number of American and Western European voters see the film, then perhaps the leaders of the democratic West will make it clear to the tyrants of China that the free West will be able to defend itself and counterattack with superior post-nuclear weapons.

In 1922, Lenin “permitted capitalism.” When asked why, he said: “The capitalists will sell us the rope with which we will hang them.”

The capitalism of China’s dictatorship is taking various sectors of the globe economically — which means also militarily — for China’s dictatorship, and the free West is helping China to make that rope with which to hang capitalism and the free West.

The free West should stop China’s global economic-military expansion instead of, in effect, helping with its own demise.

Felix is absolutely sure about what I should, instead, have said to my readers: “Don’t you know what to answer to your readers? Simple: destroy China now. Attack it immediately while [it] is possible. Don’t waste time. Use nuclear weapons. It’s now or never.”

Felix tells me what I should say to my readers. Of course! He has been electing U.S. presidents! But he doesn’t even know that it is impossible to conceal a test of a nuclear weapon and its power. Thus, in 1976 China tested a thermonuclear bomb of 4 megatons, carried by a Hong 6 bomber.

One megaton is equal to 1 million tons of a kind of dynamite (TNT). In their 329-page book, published in 1988, John Wilson Lewis and Xue Litai describe (on Pages 244-245) 25 Chinese tests of their kiloton and megaton nuclear weapons. While a nuclear bomb was tested and hence destroyed, how many such Chinese bombs are concealed for retaliation?

But no major U.S. TV or radio station has ever had a program (to the best of my knowledge) about the Chinese tests of Chinese nuclear weapons.

Besides, even the title of Lewis and Litai’s book is misleading. They describe China’s nuclear weapons with many photographs in their “Illustrated Edition,” but the title of their book is “China Builds the Bomb”! No wonder most American voters, including Felix, do not know even of Chinese nuclear bombs, to say nothing of Chinese post-nuclear weapons.

Not so long ago, the phrase “Mutual Assured Destruction” was common. That is, if China attacks the United States with nuclear weapons or vice versa, they would mutually destroy each other.

This is why China has been developing nanoweapons so intensely, weapons that can find and destroy enemy hidden nuclear weapons and thus win the (nano) war. But here emerge American voters like Felix and suggest in 2009 a nuclear attack on China as on Japan in 1945, when Japan had no nuclear weapons to retaliate.

No wonder that the U.S. electorate elected (twice!) a president like George W. Bush, whose mental level was a zero, since many of those who voted for him were at the mental level of Felix, a zero.

While China, whose population is 52 times larger than that of Iraq, began to intensely grow as an ominous threat since 2000, Bush invaded Iraq. The five years of his war achieved nothing, however, except having shoes thrown at him by an Iraqi journalist (which corresponds to a “slap in the face”) during President Bush’s final visit to Iraq.

How can the United States expect anything but annihilation if its leadership remains at the mental level of voter Felix or former U.S. President George W. Bush?

In contrast to the former U.S. president, tyrants like Stalin, Hitler, or Mao were not elected by a majority of psychologically normal adults like voter Felix, but kept themselves at the top command in a kind of gang war for their dictatorship. In other words, such tyrants made themselves, in their gang war for their dictatorship, military commanders.

George Bush could not defeat Iraq in five years, while Hitler conquered France in five weeks, Stalin defeated Hitler, and Mao defeated the Kuomintang.

A tyranny like one of those established by Stalin, Hitler, or Mao is a war machine in which every inhabitant may be forced to become its part.

What are democracies in comparison? Health resorts, with emphasis on money and trade.

Freedom means one’s pursuit of happiness, and the happiness that a health resort can provide is the happiness that many, if not most, dwellers of democracies seek and forget dictatorships like that of China as George W. Bush forgot it even in his farewell speech.

To many in the West, an economic depression is the only threat. As for the tyranny of China, taking over the once-free West, the former U.S. president never alluded to the danger of it in the eight years of his presidency. Nor has it been a national TV or radio subject.

No wonder voter Felix is surprised that I believe 2009 is not 1945. The United States cannot drop atom bombs on China as it did on Japan in 1945, since Mutual Assured Destruction is alive and well in 2009, owing to Chinese nuclear weapons for retaliation that are stored by the Chinese dictatorship.

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

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Owing to its tragicomical strategy, the United States dragged on its war in Iraq (whose population is less than one-fiftieth of that of China) for five years. This despite that only the Sunni, who account for a third of Iraq’s population, fought actively against the...
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