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SELECTIONS FROM LEADING PROGRESSIVE BLOGS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE Hosted By Jeff J. Brown   Picture above: two caps I wear celebrating Hugo Chavez and the Bolivarian Revolution, where I also added a Mao Zedong pin that says, “Serve the People” on the front and not visible on the back, “Forever Protect Peace”. Chavistas are…

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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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60 Seconds over Sinoland: Sidney Rittenberg is a true hero of journalism, purpose and principle 190102

By Jeff J. Brown                     Pictured above: Sidney Rittenberg is a rare American who worked in the upper echelons of China’s pre- and post-liberation government. Here he is in 1966, with Mao Zedong autographing a copy of The Little Red Book.  Do your friends, family and…

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60 Seconds over Sinoland: largest engineering project in history will create a Chinese desert oasis as big as a country.

By Jeff J. Brown                       Pictured above: China will transform 200,000km2 of its desert into lush agricultural lands, as much territory as the US state of Nebraska or the European country of Belarus. Just another day in communist-socialist Sinoland. Ho-hum.    Do your friends, family…

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Merry Maomas! Mao Zedong was born 125 years ago today. China Rising Radio Sinoland 181226

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: the massive, open air statue of young Mao Zedong, in Changsha, Hunan, which I got to visit recently. Never forget that the overwhelming majority of the Chinese people agree with his socialist, anti-imperial, anti-colonial world view.   Do your friends, family and colleagues a favor to make sure they…

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Reflections on my travels to proud, revolutionary Hunan Province. China Rising Radio Sinoland

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: a larger than life white-lacquered brass statue of Mao Zedong, at the bus station where I arrived in Shaoshan. The caption reads, “Chairman Mao will always be alive in our hearts”, date 2011.3. So true for the vast majority of Chinese people. Patriotic, revolutionary songs were playing over loudspeakers…

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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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Xi Jinping’s Speech at the Ceremony Commemorating the Bicentenary of the Birth of Marx. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180920

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: The ceremony to commemorate the bicentenary of the birth of Marx was held in Beijing, May 4, 2018. PHOTO BY XINHUA REPORTER JU PENG 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]…

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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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