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Dirty, dark secrets of D-Day France. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190715

  By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: the city of Le Havre was flattened by totally gratuitous, genocidal Allied bombing across Normandy, before and following D-Day in France on June 6, 1944. Come to think of it, Le Havre looked just like Hiroshima and Nagasaki, after they were wiped of the face of the map…

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60 Seconds over Sinoland: Shenzhen’s new music-themed Baishilong (White Rock Dragon) Public Park

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: an enormous bronze bust of Ludwig von Beethoven, at the top of the overlook peak in Shenzhen’s newest public venue, Baishilong Music Park, which means White Rock Dragon. f you find China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s work useful and appreciate its quality, please consider making a donation. Money is spent…

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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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Ramin Mazaheri’s questions after his 8-part New China Scholarship series. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180722

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: the colorful and informative New China Scholarship. 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] R [/dropcap]amin Mazaheri is the author of the New China Scholarship series. It was originally…

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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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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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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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China’s communist liberation on October 1st, 1949 changed the world forever. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171001

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: the speech that changed the world forever, Mao Zedong’s proclamation of liberation, on October 1st, 1949. Bordering countries, such as Afghanistan, Myanmar, Korea, Vietnam, Laos and nearby Cambodia have suffered the most horrific imperial consequences of being China’s neighbor, including war and genocide at the hands of Eurangloland –…

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