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We decided that Xi is our president-China’s participatory and petitioning democracy succeeds online. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190119

                    By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: everywhere you go in China, there is a government office people can go to complain and petition, called the State Bureau of Letters and Calls. Its concept goes back millennia into Chinese history.        Do your friends,…

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Wildly successful Mao Era is airbrushed out of Western media and history books. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190112

                By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: the phenomenal success of China’s progress and development during the Mao Era, 1949-1978 has to be censored and denied in the West, and the leader behind it all, Mao Zedong must be demonized and dehumanized. Why? The West’s capitalist elites cannot…

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Beijing to Berlin Pt. 2- Leo He Zhao’s amazing synthesis of humanity, politics and their music. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190110

                                By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Leo He Zhao pondering how to get the world’s 99% to quit fighting among themselves “horizontally” and start doing so “vertically”, against the 1%. Music may be the answer.     Do your…

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Terje Maloy on WWI propaganda. Nothing has changed in 100 years. China Rising Radio Sinoland 181225

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: a typical racist, propaganda poster from World War I, depicting Germans as a giant, black, fanged simian, ready to rape a lily-white woman, while marching into the United States, with a bloody “Kultur” club in hand. Screaming, “Destroy This Mad Brute”, it demands that you enlist in the military,…

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CJ Hopkins: his pen is mightier than global capitalism, interviews on China Rising Radio Sinoland 181120

                                By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: CJ Hopkins, pondering his next satirical masterpiece.     Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), YouTube video, as well as being syndicated on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, RUvid and Ivoox…

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China’s only danger: A ‘Generation X’ who believes they aren’t communist. Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship, Part 8 of 8

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Ramin is right to be worried that too many Chinese have marginalized their revolutionary, communist-socialist roots. Luckily, Xi Jinping and the Communist Party of China sensed it too, and starting in 2012, they began to address this issue. I will respond to Ramin’s whole series and this question in…

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Everything you know about Russia and the USSR is a lie. Dr. Grover Furr interviews on China Rising Radio Sinoland 180818

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Pictured above: Dr. Grover Furr contemplating his incredible body of work on Russia and the USSR.   Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), YouTube video, as well as being syndicated on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, RUvid and Ivoox (links below), [dropcap] I [/dropcap]ntroduction As the China…

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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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China v US trade war: today is the first day of the rest of the Red Dynasty. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180510

  By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: everyone wants to bash Trump for honoring his election campaign promises to the US’s citizens. But nothing has changed since China’s communist liberation in 1949. Hats off to SCMP for a great political cartoon. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being…

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