Year 2007 ended in the West just as did the previous years: without public awareness of the “mortal China threat,” except for presidential candidate Duncan Hunter’s warning.
As I have written repeatedly before, the dictators of China face a dilemma. Either lose their slave-state power (which can yield its owners more than any wealth can), as they nearly lost it to the Tiananmen peaceful uprising and as the Soviet dictatorship did lose its power in 1991, or establish world domination via post-nuclear (such as nano) super weapons.
Few Westerners know that today, about 100,000 Tiananmens of all forms and sizes occur annually in China. The Chinese people are not dainty figurines as one might find on old Chinese vases, and to keep them enslaved is not as easy as it may seem to the Western owners of such vases.
Nazi Germany’s global aggression (with pre-nuclear weapons) occurred not because the Germans are savages, born criminals, or compulsive conquerors, but because Nazi Germany had been turned in the 1930s into a cage, a prison, a war machine. Hitler was not as he was represented in the West after 1939 (by Charlie Chaplin, for example) or in Stalin’s Russia after June 1941 — a raving lunatic who had escaped from a psychiatric clinic, but someone who understood that he had to establish his world domination or perish as an upstart.
That same Charlie Chaplin, in 1942, called for a second front in the war against Hitler, who was barely surviving in Russia. Hitler’s behavior during his suicide, to avoid becoming a Soviet prisoner, makes nonsense of his raving lunatic stereotype.
The dictatorship of China has unlimited possibilities for channeling all their resources into the development of post-nuclear super weapons, which do not entail Mutual Assured Destruction, as did nuclear weapons developed in the United States, Stalin’s Russia, Mao’s China, and some other countries.
China is a camouflaged military machine — an army in civilian clothes. The West is a festival, engaged in making money for personal benefit. As the debates of presidential candidates in the U.S. demonstrate, only a tiny minority of Americans is interested in, let alone understands, the geopolitical situation in the world today and is inclined to vote for a presidential candidate aware of this geopolitical situation.
Here is an example from my personal observations. When in 1986 Eric Drexler published his book about nanotechnology, I was fascinated by its Chapter 11 about molecular nano weapons. Let me explain why. “Atomic bombs” required over four years of development — and were developed ahead of Nazi Germany partly because European scientists, including Einstein, fled from Europe into the United States to escape anti-Semitism. Now the U.S. was saved — not by those European scientists, but by Drexler!
Drexler’s weapons (never developed in the United States, but still existing only on paper) are based on molecules. A molecule can be converted into a tiny computer (“nano” means one-billionth of a meter), an artificial virus, etc.
Imagine billions of such molecules flying as a vast and growing cloud (since molecules multiply) capable of, for example, finding atomic weapons and destroying them.
Drexler’s word “nanotechnology” has become global (his photographs were posted at the scientific centers of China, and all of his books and articles became available on the Chinese Internet in English, with explanations in Chinese).
What about the United States? The Congress had an annual sum of allocation for nanotechnology, and the commercial producers of nano goods and services managed to assure the Congress that Drexler’s books and articles are nonsense. The Foresight Institute he founded in 1986 got rid of him, and now he works in someone’s tiny laboratory.
How to enlighten the majority of the Western electorate?
I believe there is only one way. We, who are aware of the geopolitical situation in the world today, must create a film, based on documentary evidence, but showing the annihilation of the West by post-nuclear super weapons, now developed by the dictatorship of China.
A “Chinese patriot” described the annihilation of the West, and his description has been published outside China. He believes that China needs the United States, Canada, and Australia as the lebensraum (life-space) for the Chinese, and hence the present population of those three countries should be “eliminated” — the greatest mass murder in recorded history. But what about the Chinese living in the United States? They should also be eliminated since their Western existence has made them unfit for the native Chinese life of absolute devotion to the CCP (the Chinese Communist Party).
But is it possible to create, with minimal resources, a film that will wake up the majority of the West to the annihilation of the West by the dictatorship of China? Yes, if the film is created by exceptionally talented masters of the craft who are devoted to the survival and freedom of the West, threatened by a ghastly death.
I am enlisting volunteers. As for myself, I am recalling that reviewers of my book “The Education of Lev Navrozov” (Harper & Row) compared me to Orwell and Dostoyevsky, that I am an Einstein Prize laureate as well as the winner of the Andrew Jackson “Champion of Liberty” award. I hope to contribute to the script of the film in order to save the Western civilization and its liberty. But, of course, we need a full spectrum of cinematographers to create a film in which most Americans will see the abyss of being annihilated by the dictatorship of China and will vote for a presidential candidate who understands how dangerous the biggest dictatorship in recorded history can be, and is not only able to charm “President Hu” at the top U.S. government level.
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