The CIA is dropping Burmese bombs on China: 44 Days Radio Sinoland, 15.5.17

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The CIA’s opium and heroin cash cow playground since the 1950s: The Golden Triangle, were Burma/Myanmar, Thailand and Laos all coverge – right on China’s border. (image by www.bbc.com)

Join Jeff in Beijing for his Radio Sinoland Show. He discusses news and events about China, at home and around the world – information you almost never see and hear behind the Great Western Firewall. China is way too important to not have an insider’s perspective on how its leaders and people are shaping and moving the 21st century.

Today’s show is titled, “The CIA is dropping Burmese bombs on China”. Cui bono? Which is Latin for, “Who benefits?”. Only one organization gets anything out of sending bombs across the border from Myanmar, into China: America’s CIA. This show will give you all the details. It is a fast 11 minutes, so buckle up.

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