Monday, December 7, 2009

Why so serious about China? 必须高度警惕中共国对自由世界的威胁

陈凯一语: Kai Chen's Words:

Lev Navrozov对以美国为首的自由世界的忠告/警讯必须被高度重视。 中共国对自由世界的威胁不光是精神/灵魂上的,也是生理/物理上的。 迟浩田的秘密报告证实了这个真实的威胁。 --- 陈凯

Lev Navrozov's warning to America and the Free World must be highly regarded as realistic. China's threat to America and the Free World not only comes from its intention to assimilate and to corrupt its moral/spiritual foundation, but to annihilate/conquer it physically. General Chi Haotian's secret speech to the Chinese military proves such diabolical scheme indeed exists. --- Kai Chen

Link to Chi Haotian's speech 迟浩田讲话链锁:'sPlanToConquer.htm

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Why so serious about China? 必须高度警惕中共国对自由世界的威胁

Lev Navrozov

(Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union in 1972. His columns are today read in both English and Russian. To learn more about Mr. Navrozov's work with the Center for the Survival of Western Democracies.)

China can train her population (at present 1.3 billion people), with the exception of little children and invalids, into developers and users of the latest weapons. Thus China will have the global military power for the global aggressions, one of which Gen. Chi exemplified as follows: from one-third to two-thirds of Americans will be put to death, their houses and other property transferred to the new Chinese settlers as to the superior race, while one-thrid of former Americans will be left alive to be their servants.

So the global aggressions of the owners of the slave state of China will be at the same time giant robberies for their slaves to make them loyal to their owners.

What should the free countries do?

1. They must create an allied global army (AGA), led by a single allied command with its staff. In this way, the U.S. president will be confined to domestic concerns, just as will be the leaders of other AGA nations, but they will be subordinate at the global military level to the AGA command.

2. The staff of the AGA must have its research department and information department (including broadcasting in Chinese and cooperating with Chinese dissident publications).

3. Only in the e-mails of my readers do I find the adequate horror of the “China danger.” Otherwise I could spend in the United States months, with a TV set always turned on the news and never learn that China does exist, except in connection with U.S. President Obama’s visit to China. Surely the information media of the AGA will be more concerned with China than with Iraq or Afghanistan or terrorists.

4. A friend of mine who lived in Paris on the eve of the Nazi invasion told me that the French perceived Hitler as a clown. How could he challenge the nation of Napoleon? In World War I France had defeated Germany in four years. But in World War II, France was routed by Hitler in six weeks, despite 10 British divisions in France. The free countries should abandon this mood of self-congratulatory military superiority.

5. The Westerners selling or giving to the slave state of China whatever helps her to grow its global military might must be stopped in their so-far undeterred treason.

A possible question is, Why am I, an immigrant from Russia, a greater worrier about the survival of the United States than many native-born Americans?

It is not in search of wealth that I and my family immigrated in 1972 (the first such Soviet permission since the early 1920s). In Russia, my wife, and our son (who was educated at home) and I studied English as the major language of freedom.

One consequence was that I became the first (and the last?) Russian able to translate classical Russian literature into English, and the Moscow Publishing House of Literature in Foreign Languages sold my translations abroad and paid me handsomely by Soviet standards.

My wife was helping me, and near Moscow we bought a three-storied stone villa, with 10 balconies and terraces, so that we could receive foreigners as their social equals.

Fantastically, in the late 1960s, the owners of Soviet Russia decided to astonish the West with freedom in their slave state and permitted several hundred of their subjects to emigrate for the first time since the early 1920s (and possibly for the last time!).

Thus we came to America. Why America?

My life in Russia contained an overdose of fear that freedom would be annihilated in the West as it had been in Russia. But America was one of the biggest and militarily the strongest of the free countries. And it was her that I should help to survive first and foremost with my knowledge of the slave state countries like Stalin’s Russia and of the free countries like the United States.

I foresaw what General Chi Haotian of China proclaimed since he became the minister of national defense in 1993, except that he foresaw the annihilation of the United States as the most joyous event (in the creation of the world slave state of China), while I as the most horrible disaster in human history.

At first my columns and General Chi’s speeches were perceived by American “top experts on China” with equal scorn, but since Gen. Chi remains a top general of China despite his age (he is 80 years old) and since I relied only on statistics like China’s output of steel, almost equal to half of that of all other countries (including the United States) put together, the number and intensity of e-mails in support of my columns have been growing in 2009.

The goal, of course, is to make this comprehension of the gravity of the geostrategic situation of today most urgent, and I even suggested to turn to cinematography to make a film to create a mass audience of those concerned about the gruesome geostrategic reality of today, for which purpose I have created a not-for-profit organization Center for the Survival of Western Democracies, Inc., with a New York bank account for tax-exempt donations to create such a film.

In conclusion, let me note that since our arrival to the United States, I have been indifferent to wealth — mine and my wife’s reward and happiness are to save America and hence other free countries from what Chi has so colorfully described.

To defend the United States and other free countries against the People’s Republic of China is a no easy task.

For example, the U.S. presidents are elected by direct vote of all psychiatrically normal adults. Even in the United States, George Washington was not elected by such “direct vote.”

As a result of this vote, President Obama, right after his election, declared the United States, himself, and China to be “partners.”

Now he had been visiting his “partner.”

For George W. Bush, his predecessor, this mortally dangerous China hardly existed.