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Friday, July 22, 2011

Imagining life after the victory of China's massive armies

Lev Navrozov emigrated from the USSR in 1972. To learn more about Mr. Navrozov's work with the Center for the Survival of Western Democracies, click here.

With the global victory of the “People’s Republic of China” already obvious, yet before it unleashed its terror, the mortal boredom becomes constant and universal, every second and throughout eternity.


Chinese President Hu Jintao reviews the military at the National Day parade.     AFP
Human life will be forgotten. Before the global downfall, even prisons in free countries were part of human life, just as any other institution. Now there is nothing reminding of human life. There is only death-like life.

Following below is my imaginary scenario of life in the week after the communist China’s giant armies took over the country, when enslavement and mass extermination of defeated nations have not yet begun.

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A and B are two young New Yorkers who know each other and now accidentally run into each other in the street.

A: Hi, any good news?

B: None, except that we all will be exterminated.

A.: Why?

B: And why not? We are but extra dirt, extra food, extra space, extra everything.

A: Which means death of everything!

B: Well, the goal of … Their goal is to make the outside world sufficiently safe and obedient. Just as once Germans believed, many Chinese believe that they are a superior race. Hitler’s dream is now being realized, except that a different nation is superior, and Jews have not been, or threatened to be, exterminated as yet.

A: The Chinese are the superior race, while the rest of mankind is reduced to the position of Jews in Nazi Germany. But why is that?

B: Because communist China has won the global war owing to its giant armies, based on its own 1.3 billion people.

Lev: Let me now turn the clock back, to the time when in my columns I started drawing the attention of the American people to those 1.3 billion inhabitants of China, the country which Mao named the “People’s Republic of China” in 1949.

A country can make as many weapons out of steel as is afforded by the amount of steel it has or can make or buy. On the other hand, the number of human beings, unlike that of the amount of steel weapons produced, fit to be drafted into the giant armies is not infinite.

Who is to blame for the U.S. president being a friend and a sympathizer of the “People’s Republic of China”? Those who believe, as did the American Revolution, that the United States needs to have a system of electing its president through the general election, which nowadays resulted in electing Obama as the U.S. President, for he collected the votes of those who were not intelligent enough to understand Obama’s flamboyant rhetoric, which resonated all over the world, to conclude that he is a friend and sympathizer of communist China. Or was it possibly Obama’s well-calculated ploy to use the American audiences for the purpose of his own — to make sure his declaration of love and friendship policies reaches the communist China’s “leaders” in the event he gets elected?

Nor was it difficult to understand that communist China’s giant armies will be a strength able to defeat any country, given the fact that those giant armies will be equipped with the latest military technology.

Under this quite realistic scenario, what could we expect from the United States except to be defeated by the cunning policies of communist China’s “leaders,” Obama’s friends he invites to the White House, inspecting, with his blessing, and stealing the United States secret military technology, playing at peace and friendship while at the same time using the United States latest sensitive military technology to equip their giant armies with and then turn those armies against the United States and other free countries?

But after my previous columns received an avalanche of supportive letters, I see how determined the American people are to defend their and my freedom. I will deal with some of those responses in my next column.

Militarily, every country has its own strengths and weaknesses. In this column I have concentrated on the weaknesses, since the mood in the United States, for example, seemed to me to be too smug and superficial. But it is equally wrong to ignore the strength of the United States, which may yet become invincible.  

Lev Navrozov can be reached by e-mail at To learn more about and support his work at the Center for the Survival of Western Democracies, click here. For information about making a tax-exempt donation to the non-profit Center, send e-mail to

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