But since I am not a specialist in such calamities of nature, I cannot add anything to what has already been said. Some calamities of nature are impossible to predict or cope with. Human calamities are far more predictable because they originate first inside human minds of the rulers of slave states like the “People’s Republic of China” (PRC), so named and created by Mao in 1949.
Few Americans suspected how urgent it was for America to develop nuclear weapons ahead of Germany.
President Roosevelt had never heard of the German nuclear project, which was already under way, until the late 1930s, when the news came to him in a letter from a German scientist of genius Albert Einstein, in which he alerted the president as to how crucial it was for the United States to be ahead of Germany in developing the nuclear bomb. President Roosevelt was quick to act: the United States developed and got the nuclear bomb.
Roosevelt received Einstein’s warning in the late 1930s, and the nuclear bomb was ready in the 1940s. Today it is March of 2011, and I tried to find out if any superweapons as advanced as superweapons in the 1940s have been constructed since then in the United States or in Germany or in any other country. No!
Has any country produced a new, advanced, modern nuclear superweapon in the last 70 years? No one knows. But what is known is that no advanced free country has produced it! It is peace, you know, not the 1940s — a war between countries like Nazi Germany, the United States, Great Britain, Soviet Russia, etc.
But what has been going on in the deepest recesses of countries like PRC we don’t know.
Here in front of me is the “World’s Most Comprehensive and Authoritative Almanac of The New York Times”, “The Almanac of Record” (2007), edited by John W. Wright, with editors and reporters of The Times.
It contains more than 1000 pages, but there is not a single reference to nuclear weapons.
It is little surprise that the news about powerful war preparations in PRC and other such alarming events does not reach most U.S. population, who spends public time on searching for wonderful clothes and other pleasurable items.
Let us now recall how Germany surprised the world. Surely it was a country of philosophers, poets, and such others. But it turned out to be the world’s most dangerous military machine, which occupied France as though France and Britain, with its troops in France, were not modern industrial countries but a French-British health resort.
Suppose there will be many such surprises in World War III, and finally the call will be “kill all the people of the so-called free countries or they will kill us all.”
Today it is not the 1940s, but 2011. Slave countries have a large population, and their rulers understand that World War III may end up unfavorably for them, and therefore they should be as ruthless as their weapons.
War is a calamity, which “slave” countries are preparing to win, and the United States has, owing to its “general election,” a U.S. president who is a friend of PRC, who had invited the PRC ruler to the White House festivities to honor him as the leader of the PRC.
Slave societies do not change essentially in peace and in war, since they are always at war and their inhabitants are always slaves. Hence their output of ever more deadly weapons is not affected.
Slavery is a permanent war against slaves, whom propaganda convinces from the cradle to the grave that they are the happiest inhabitants of the earth and will be angels after what heretics describe as the end of earthly happiness.
Once upon a time, all people were being persuaded that they were immortal and, after what heretics and savages described as their mortal end, they would wake up to happy, beautiful, and eternal experience beyond any description in any human tongue.
That persuasion worked in the European medieval times. Surely it can work in a slave society today, while all the vital forces of a slave state are being aimed at achieving military superiority over the countries “calling themselves free to attract the credulous.”