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Alexandr Nemets on Sino-Russian Alliance

Thursday, 12 May 2005 12:00 AM

Those Americans who visualize Russia in terms of 19th-century Russian novels should open the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary to p. 1,140 (10th edition) and read the word "sputnik," which entered the English language in 1957. In 1957 Soviet Russia launched the age of intercontinental ballistic missiles (with nuclear warheads) by sending into orbit an artificial earth sputnik (earth satellite) ahead of the United States (to say nothing of Western Europe) – to general Western surprise, including that of the CIA and all other Western intelligence/espionage services.

In May 2000, Jiang Zemin ("the supreme leader" of China of that time) and Putin met in Dushanbe (Tajikistan's capital). According to Shijie Ribao (World Journal), Putin declared that should U.S. naval forces try to defend Taiwan, the Russian Pacific Fleet would block the U.S. vessels.

Why was the year 2000 the beginning of intense development of the Sino-Russian alliance?

Throughout Yeltsin's presidency, I published in major Russian periodicals: freedom of the press was unabridged. When Putin became president, Moscow Pravda was afraid to publish my weekly column about Putin's interview in a Russian periodical in which he, a former lieutenant colonel in the KGB, eulogized the KGB. Yeltsin's freedom of the press was over.

The Communist faction in the Russian Parliament during Yeltsin's presidency was numerous and powerful, and the ideology of Communist China threatened Yeltsin's democracy, while it reinforced the power of his successor – Putin. Surely the Chinese KGB is no worse than was the Soviet KGB, with officers like Putin at the head!

So the Sino-Russian alliance began to develop intensely under Putin.

In July 2001, he and Jiang Zemin signed in Moscow the Sino-Russian Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation.

In May 2003, Hu Jintao, China's new "supreme leader," met Putin in Moscow and St. Petersburg, and Putin agreed to increase Russian assistance to China's military development.

On the other hand, the American ideology of democracy began to undermine Putin's power especially strongly when "authoritarian trends" in Putin's domestic policy began to be obvious late in 2003.

In December 2004, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov and his counterparts in China decided to hold large-scale joint military maneuvers in September-October of 2005! According to Shijie Ribao, the latest Russian weapons, including TU-95 and TU-160 strategic bombers, will participate in these Sino-Russian maneuvers – the first such maneuvers in history.

Imagine the scale and depth of cooperation between Chinese and Russian scientists and technologists in the secret development of post-nuclear superweapons, such as molecular nano superweapons able to destroy the Western means of nuclear retaliation and thus circumvent Mutual Assured Destruction, on which world peace has rested in the past decades.

Since November 2002, "the supreme leaders" of China have been talking about the "Revolution of Military Affairs" (RMA). Nuclear weapons, which U.S. television represented last month as the latest and deadliest weapons of mass destruction, which some "rogue countries" like Iran or North Korea criminally covet and which China began to test in 1964, are pre-revolutionary – like bows and arrows during the Industrial Revolution in England, with its machine firearms.

In 1986, the dictators of China founded Project 863 to develop revolutionary (post-nuclear) superweapons, and this is where Putin is to help his ally.

Stalin hoped to share the dictatorship of the world with Hitler. Why, he intended to permit Hitler's troops to march across Soviet territory in order to invade India. Putin has been hoping to share world power with the Chinese dictators. But he may be mistaken, as Stalin was.

Just as Stalin enhanced Germany's might by supplying it with Russian raw materials, Putin will enhance China's might by supplying it with Russian post-nuclear military technology, necessary for the development of the latest revolutionary (post-nuclear) weapons and superweapons. Russian military technologists will cooperate with their Chinese colleagues, as do Western military technologists and military technological corporations working in or for the dictatorship of China.

According to his calculations, in which Nemets has been engaged for more than 15 years, the value of China's real GNP (Gross National Product), measured on the basis of PPP (Purchase Power Parity) in current U.S. prices surpassed $11 trillion in 2003, that is, was near the GDP of the U.S. The difference is that the dictators of China control the value entirely on their own and in total secrecy whenever they wish such secrecy. The result in terms of the development of revolutionary (post-nuclear) crucial geostrategic weapons needs no comment.

The link to my book online is www.levnavrozov.com.


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