Qiao Liang, a Chinese national, who wrote the book Unlimited War (the book was written when the NATO aggression against Yugoslavia was in full swing), said the following after the tragic events of September 11th. Qiao Liang said that it was rather sad to realize that the USA would not determine who was actually to blame for the attacks on the WTC. He wrote that the USA was making too many enemies for itself in the world.
There is a point in recalling this ancient saying against the background of the recent act of terrorism on the island resort of Bali. The “civilized community” has been nourishing the above mentioned truth for 13 months with its subversive activities in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Palestine.
The expulsion of UN observers from Iraq was preceded by provocative acts by some of the observers, namely, Americans. The attacks by Palestinian suicide bombers were preceded by Sharon’s public desecration of Muslim sanctuaries in combination with Israel’s attacks on Palestinians.
Indonesia’s crisis has its roots in the Asian financial crisis of 1997, which was artificially caused by a group of international financiers with George Soros at the head. To put it shortly, this “civilized community” with America in front has been making a lot of efforts to intimidate the whole world. As a result, this community is a very good example to illustrate the mentioned sayings from a Roman philosopher and a Chinese writer.
Americans are afraid of everyone now. The USA has recently shut down its embassy in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital. This is rather suspicious indeed. If Bush does not change his policy, then he will, most likely, be forced to dissolve the US State Department. There will be no need for it. There will be no safe place for American diplomats in the whole world. American travel companies are to experience a debacle as well. American tourists will be afraid to visit the nations that they have intimidated.
Translated by Dmitry Sudakov