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Crush the Street’s Kenneth Ameduri interviews China Rising Radio Sinoland’s Jeff J. Brown 170323

                          Crush the Street host Kenneth Ameduri invited China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s Jeff J. Brown on his show. They discuss China’s economic and social model, which is largely misunderstood in the West. They also cover China’s debt issues, as well as its infamous…

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Human Rights Record of the United States in 2016

Painting by Michael D’Antuono, who was inspired by the racist murder of 17-year old Trayvon Martin, shot dead by rent-a-cop George Zimmerman, in Florida, in 2012. Zimmerman was acquitted in court and is now free, working as an insurance underwriter. Since then, US police are shooting people of poverty and color with impunity. They almost…

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Gag a maggot redux, China Rising Radio Sinoland 170216

The President of the United States has over 130 special forces units at his direct disposal, 24-7, often called his “private armies”. Barak Obama was reportedly an aggressive user of this lethal imperial power, especially in Africa, with an average of 1.5 attacks conducted on the continent every day, over 500 per year. Will President…

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North Korea’s ballistic missile launch-does it really have any other choice? Jeff J. Brown on Press TV 170214

    Korea is still officially at war and divided North and South. The South is a client state, occupied by 30,000 American centurions on nine bases, likely holding nuclear warheads. If the North did not have nuclear bombs, it would end up like the West’s annihilated victims Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, or it…

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John R. Hall interview-dissident voice in the desert, host Jeff J. Brown-China Rising Radio Sinoland

    John Rohn Hall, pictured above, trying to put the world in proper perspective, in New Mexico, USA (Image by John R. Hall) There are millions of sane and sage voices out there, in the sea of humanity, shouting down and standing up to the Princes of Power, heroes and heroines all. John Rohn…

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Gag a maggot – people’s misplaced concerns for refugees and Muslim travelers. China Rising Radio Sinoland 170211

    Baraah Alawdi, originally from Yemen, poses for photos next to an unidentified artist’s mannequin placed outside of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017. She is protesting President Trump’s travel ban on seven predominately Muslim countries. Why isn’t she organizing and protesting the Western and Israeli…

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The uncanny similarities between Presidents Donald Trump and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, China Rising Radio Sinoland 170202

                    Trump and Roosevelt: two peas in a pod? Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): For the record, I voted for Donald Trump. Not that I was in love with…

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On Beijing, by Jeff J. Brown (a resident for 13 years, since 1990). China Rising Radio Sinoland 170129

                              Pictured above is China’s ancient “Center of the Universe”, the Forbidden City, which for millennia served as the seat of government for China. North is up. The massive Forbidden City is the big rectangle at two o’clock and includes all…

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A timely book for Trump: “China Rising: Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations”. Book review by: Wei Ling Chua

                          Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): A timely book for Trump: “China Rising: Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations” Book Review By: Wei Ling Chua   America is…

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Ramsey Clark – a life of indomitable courage – talks with Jeff J. Brown on China Rising Radio Sinoland 170120

A recent photo of the wise, serene and wizened Ramsey Clark. (Image by Veterans Today)     Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): Growing up in Oklahoma, we had a macabre idiom. Anytime someone got some money, like pay…

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