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China versus the West. Another shocking comparative vignette. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171119

By Jeff J. Brown Above: top row, known sexual perverts and predators Harvey “Casting Couch” Weinstein, on the left and Bill “Lolita Island” Clinton on the right. Our elites cultivate early on susceptible pawns like this (starting in college), who are then promoted, bribed, blackmailed, extorted and when need be, entrapped (Monica Lewinsky) and then…

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How can Western capitalism beat THIS? That’s the rub, it can’t. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171022

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above, communist-socialist China on the march in the 21st century. I feel honored and privileged to be living here and watching history being made every day, in fast motion. Whatcha gonna do about it, Washington-London-Paris? There’s not a damn thing you can do, Uncle Sam & Co. You can only…

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Baba Beijing and Big Bear smack down Uncle Sam in Iran and Venezuela, China Rising Radio Sinoland 170924

By Jeff J. Brown Ahh… What happened to the good old days of the Cold War, when rich, imperial America was doing battle with poor, agrarian Russia and China, and Iran and Venezuela were corrupt, fascist regimes serving the interests of American capital? Those days seem so long, long ago! Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at…

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BRICS is Eurangloland’s canary in the imperial mines. China Rising Radio Sinoland 170907

By Jeff J. Brown Above, the official logo of the big BRICS summit, held in Xiamen, China, September 3-5, 2017. It was reported that there were dead canaries all over the place, covered in coal dust. No official explanation has been provided, but Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese homologue, Xi Jinping were reported…

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China is the most plugged-in big economy in the world, China Rising Radio Sinoland 170824

Rome lived upon its principal till ruin stared it in the face. Industry is the only true source of wealth, and there was no industry in Rome. By day the Ostia road was crowded with carts and muleteers, carrying to the great city the silks and spices of the East, the marble of Asia Minor,…

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Beige Spirit (revamped)

  Beige Spirit (image by rubberontheroad.org)   I submitted my first every fiction work, Beige Spirit to a China writers’ collective. They liked it a lot but thought it was too long and the beginning way too slow. Now that I’ve rewritten it, I couldn’t agree with them more. Herewith is Beige Spirit, revamped to…

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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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Part 8 of 44 Days Beijing Radio AM774 Interview with Bruce Connolly

    Delicious, home cooked, fresh and piping hot food is available everywhere you turn when traveling in China. Here is an open air roadside restaurant on the way from Chengdu to Kangying, in Sichuan Province. Photo from the book, 44 Days, by Jeff J. Brown.     Listen to Jeff talk about some of…

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