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Once China got off drugs: the link between opium and ‘liberal strongman’ Macron. Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship series Part 6 of 8

  By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above, the country of China, 1839-1949, personified as this typical 19th century opium addict: emaciated, weak and mentally incoherent. No wonder Western capitalism was able to sodomize the Chinese people, their economy and government for 110 years, by addicting one-fourth of the population to opium (and later morphine), about…

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Time to get real about China’s 25 million Muslims. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180827

By Jeff J. Brown   Pictured above: the mosque in our former Beijing neighborhood, with its prominent, onion-shaped dome, so commonly seen in the Middle East. If it’s changed in the last two years, that will help determine how much the government intends to standardize the look of China’s Muslim houses of worship.   Downloadable…

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The Face of Western Imperialism Exposed by Ebola, from “China Rising-Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations”

By Jeff J. Brown Above: Lon Chaney acting in Phantom of the Opera, unmasked, channeling Western Empire (Image by wikipedia.org) Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below), Note: to honor the establishment of the nascent American Bioweapons Truth Commission (ABTC: http://chinarising.puntopress.com/2018/03/12/noose-of-truth-is-tightening-around-milton-leitenberg-co-s-collective-neck-china-rising-radio-sinoland-180310/)…

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Jeff Brown’s soul searching, boundary breaking talk about 44 Days, at the International School of Beijing

On 2014.3.17, Jeff J. Brown, author of 44 Days Backpacking in China, gave a talk at the International School of Beijing Parent-Teacher Association. Sweeping in scope, Jeff’s ISB talk is a deeply personal, soul searching and boundary breaking presentation. It will challenge your notions of the human condition, as he compares the history and current…

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