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Taiwanese separatists are so Sino-screwed, one way or another. China Rising Radio Sinoland 181114

By Jeff J. Brown Above: this political cartoon from The Economist was published when pro-reunification Ma Ying-Jiou was Taiwan’s President, through 2015, but the fundamental dynamics have not changed since pro-separatist Tsai Ing-Wen took his place: Baba Beijing and the People’s Republic of China hold all the cards.  Note: When finished reading, listening to and/or…

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Slavs and the Yellow Peril are “niggers, brutes and beasts”, in the eyes of Western Empire. China Rising Radio Sinoland

By Jeff J. Brown Above is a visual from a reputable, 19th century British scientific journal, “proving” that the Irish descended from subhuman Negroes. The British enslaved and exterminated the Irish long before they used the same genocidal policies on Africans, New World First Nations and Asians. Irish, Russian, Chinese: they are all niggers in…

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China loves being Number Two behind the US – officially of course. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171210

By Jeff J. Brown Above: hats off to www.visualcapitalist.com for such a fascinating and informative map. This is what Western empire is up against. China’s GDP in purchasing power parities (PPPs) surpassed the United States in 2014, as the world’s biggest economy, and it’s just getting started, I mean restarted, back to the 5,000 years…

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All the Chinese people want is respect. Aretha Franklin diplomacy on China Rising Radio Sinoland 171110

By Jeff J. Brown Hey, I have a great idea. Let’s start a letter writing campaign to ask President Trump to make Aretha Franklin the US ambassador to China. Baba Beijing and the citizens of this largely misunderstood country would surely appreciate the respect conferred. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page),…

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Tony Cartalucci-Land Destroyer talks about Baba Beijing on China Rising Radio Sinoland 171102

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):     am really pleased to share with China Rising Radio Sinoland fans and followers a written interview with Tony Cartalucci. His website is called Land Destroyer, which is…

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China, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines say “F.U.” to Western Colonialism. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171019

By Jeff J. Brown Another day in empire, another trophy shot of all the dark-skinned natives slaughtered. Picture above are US soldiers, proudly showing off the hundreds of Filipinos massacred in Bud Dajo, on March 7th, 1906. To bring the people of the Philippines to their knees, Uncle Sam exterminated over 1,000,000 locals, via massacres,…

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US Robocops versus a Chinese Barney Fife. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171010

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): ver the one-week Chinese National Day holiday, September 30-October 8 (http://chinarising.puntopress.com/2017/10/01/chinas-communist-liberation-on-october-1st-1949-changed-the-world-forever-china-rising-radio-sinoland-171001/), my wife and I went to the Province of Yunnan, 1,800km east of Shenzhen, in Guangdong Province, where…

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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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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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