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Mao’s legacy defended, and famous swim decoded, for clueless academics-Part 4 of 8 of Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: A picture released by the Chinese official news agency shows some 5,000 Chinese following Chairman Mao Zedong’s example swimming 16 July 1966, in the Yangtze river, near Wuhan, displaying floating portraits of the Great Helmsman and slogans calling for him to live a “10,000 year” life. Crosslinked with: The…

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When Chinese trash saved the world: Western lies about the Cultural Revolution. Part 3 of 8, New China Scholarship, by Ramin Mazaheri

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Mao is genuinely popular and loved by most Chinese, and statues are not uncommon nor regarded as a sign of “cult of personality” adoration, as intimated in the West. Crosslinked with: The Greanville Post is the best anti-imperial website, bar none. Sign up for the free newsletter… https://www.greanvillepost.com/2018/04/13/when-chinese-trash-saved-the-world-western-lies-about-the-cultural-revolution/ The…

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Daring to go beyond Western propaganda on the Great Leap Forward’s famine: New China Scholarship series, by Ramin Mazaheri, Part 2 of 8

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Western circulated photo of “Chinese famine”. Images don’t lie, they say, but erasing context does—an old Western technique. As explained by  Wikipedia, rarely an impartial source, The Great Chinese Famine (1959—1961) “was caused by social pressure, economic mismanagement, and radical changes in agriculture in addition to weather conditions and…

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Wilfred Burchett explains why, like all good fascists, every day is My Lai for Americans. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180319

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above, Wilfred Burchett, being relatable to the people in the West’s killing fields of Vietnam or Cambodia, circa late 1960s. Notice how he was embedded with the genocidal American troops, so he could send censored articles to the CIA’s New York Times and Washington Post for final propaganda touch-ups. His…

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Beige Spirit

A story of fiction…   It was not until many years later that Xiao Ding (Little Ding) understood exactly what happened during his parents’ lives. At the age of twelve-thirteen, all he sensed was that his time on Earth could have been worse, a lot worse.   Xiao Ding’s parents were members of a fateful…

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