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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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Russians are much admired and Putin is loved by the Chinese, for good reasons. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180618

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Looking back at the rocky, mutually suspecting and disrespecting relations between Russia’s and China’s leaders, 1917-2000, this photo speaks volumes about the depth of Putin’s and Xi’s mutual friendship and the importance of Sino-Russian cooperation on the world stage, highlighted at last week’s SCO summit in Qingdao. They are…

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Tall Tiananmen tales and the little red pill – two China Rising Radio Sinoland classics for this June 4th 180604

    Above: Neo taking the red pill of truth in “The Matrix”. Count me in. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): s a service to China Rising Radio Sinoland fans around the world, herewith is a reprint of…

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Baba Beijing is becoming a mainstream term in the media – oh yeah! China Rising Radio Sinoland 180506

By Jeff J. Brown Picture above: a screenshot of the Twitter thread where the term Baba Beijing was used. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below), am pleased to announce that the term I created, Baba Beijing, meaning China’s leadership,…

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Jack Ma is a communist-capitalist. Jesus was a communist-socialist. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171207

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above left: a caricature of billionaire Jack Ma, urging on his army of red flag carrying companies, like Alipay, Taobao and T-Mall. Jack is a communist-capitalist, a rare specimen outside China, but very common here. On the right is Jesus Christ. The real Jesus was a communist-socialist. That’s why the…

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Freedom 101 – Jason Hirthler and Jeff J. Brown share their stories of hope, on China Rising Radio Sinoland 171126

By Jeff J. Brown Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): ictured above is Jason Hirthler on the left, in New York and myself on the right, in China. We are twelve time zones apart, geographically halfway around the planet…

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October 18th, 2017 is World CD-Day, when Baba Beijing declared war on Western capitalism. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171029

By Jeff J. BrownAbove, Chinese President Xi Jinping taking a rare rest. Very few world leaders work as hard, day in and day out, as he does. It has been a trademark of his statecraft, since being sent to the countryside for re-education, during the Cultural Revolution. He loves to remind his fellow CPC members…

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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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Mao Zedong died this day in 1976. China Rising Radio Sinoland 170909

By Jeff J. Brown Mao Zedong’s death not only shook China, it shook the whole world, since he was 20th century’s most influential world leader. I didn’t say the best, since that is very much an opinion, although 98% of the Chinese would say so. But the most influential, the most important in the 1900s,…

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