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China Is a Slave State Without Free Minds

The atlas of our world, which opens up my Britannica, has 156 pages. Today it is estimated that the global population is 7 billion.

Physiologically speaking, the brain of a normal adult who had a secondary school education is very much like the brain of another such adult anywhere in the world.

So why is it that Britain used to be so different from Russia? In Russia, in the middle of the 19th century, to say that serfdom was not good before the tsar abolished it in 1861 was as criminal as to say in the middle of the 20th century, before Stalin died in 1953, that Stalin was not the greatest genius mankind had ever produced.

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