China’s Danger-A Gen X Who Believes They Aren’t Communist. R. Mazaheri's New China Scholarship Pt 8



good afternoon sign oh and there's a cross winner this is Jeff J Brown trying to ride radio sign of land chin chin just south of the Tropic of Cancer I'm actually recording this on the 28th of September I'm leaving tonight to fly to Changsha the capital of Hunan which is the home province of mouths of dong and then I'm going to be travelling to Xiao Shan his hometown and then hum Shan the southernmost sacred mountain in China for the for the October first holiday it's the whole week off so it's a wonderful time to really get a dose of Chinese culture my wife is going to go with some of her girlfriends down to Indonesia and to Bali and veg out for a week and we both need a break we've been working together daily since April creating this school behind you and there behind me and so we really need to chillax so I'm really looking forward to doing some reporting from Hunan and my impressions about that incredible that incredible province in it's amazing history alright this is China's only danger a generation X who believes they aren't communist Raman Mazda Harry's new China scholarship part eight of eight this is the last one image of baby boomers X Y & Z there's a wonderful montage of the four different generations ramen is right to be worried that too many Chinese have marginalized their revolutionary communist socialist roots luckily Xi Jingping in the Communist Party of China since – – and starting in 2012 through 2013 they began to address this issue I will respond two ramens whole series in this question in particular in another article podcast this amazing series is cross linked with the Greenville Post which is the best anti-imperial website Bar None sign up for the free newsletter I'm also a senior editor there the Saker it's also cross linked with the sacred provides the best coverage of all things Russia Bar None add it to your favorites again there's hyperlinks throughout this thing so go to China rising putto press comm and find this article and I will always have the link plus on soundcloud in youtube there's a picture of the book number three of the China trilogy China is communist damn it dawn of the red dynasty which jaw with John K and what ramen did is he just opposes this book my third book with John K Fairbanks is mainstream classic China a new history all right here is ramens article when you have a world war there is no question we are all living in a post-war world however not all subsequent generations have been shaped the same in debunking the standard view of the Cultural Revolution in this series and also showing that when it came to politics and non-musical revolutions John Lennon was the status quo company man and Mao was the real rock-and-roller we see that China's mid sixties nineteen sixties revolution succeeded even though parallel cultural upheavals failed to produce the nearly identically desired systemic changes across the West because China was seemingly the only 1960s revolution which actually succeeded in rebooting their political system we are faced with a question to which the Western post-war experience doesn't really apply how will China's post 1960s generations develop and then lead society we all know what followed the West's political failures of the 1960s baby boomers which includes me have proven to be totally incapable of taking the torch from their greatest generation the clintons W Bush Obama and Trump are synonymous with corruption hypocrisy and stupidity and both America's 99% and the rest of the world is unhappily living under their most inglorious reign that's not my opinion just talk to any Westerner and they are totally dissatisfied with their systems except for the tiny Nordic countries but they have been conditioned to believe Tina ti na there is no alternative and are too underpaid to have time to be involved with political alternatives the children of baby boomers became known as Generation X who became disillusioned navel-gazing and appallingly apathetic to all things political this second generation clearly did not think much of their parents in no uncertain terms they proclaimed that baby boomer political glories were just lying stories they were right except only african-americans who did not win anything close to what they wanted or deserved but did end Jim Crow the second generation refused to honor their parents probably because their parents set on worthy examples and it's certainly true that these but baby boomer parents actually encourage their children to rebel as though willy-nilly rebellion is some sort of virtue this is an enduring aspect of American culture which remains undeniable today furthermore Generation X was invariably instructed at home and in the general culture to not honor any of the gods of their allegedly totally square Greatest Generation grandparents whose rigid unhip nasaw that they were wrong in all ways and at all times the result of Generation X is clear being told they have no ancestors to honor they honored only themselves that may sum up the expected view from China and there's a great cover cover of Time magazine where it shows a girl gazing into a phone you know and say me me me me me and the caption reads even capitalist establishment publications like time which if anything prop up the very selfish system that Chronicle have zeroed in on the problem of jaded selfishness characterizing millions of young Americans end of magazine caption and back to Raman what they are most defined by however is alienation they were encouraged to be attached to nothing they abandon political efforts to improve the world probably because their parents totally failed in this regard they rejected all authority and thus the barest unity and live today in consumerist individualism with at least three TVs in every house they are the first generation to be totally weaned on identity politics which is the idea that my ideas in needs matter alone they pride themselves on being above political parties and are proud to be in consistently all over the map for them earthly paradise will occur when only their ideas are followed and I imagine that in their heaven it is just them all alone with God perhaps like soccer they feel that hell is other people as they are so very alienated the religion of this Generation X is sensual emotional and not logical it is certainly a personalized spirituality which comes and goes as a muse might most aggravatingly their commandments are personalized and thus unknowable and this is why they are so very easily offended their moral and thus political structures are totally unpredictable and undependable they cannot even express their religious convictions when pressed however it is considered impolite to ask an American about religion and the only people who bring it up in public are in a mirror as lower-class so we see how thoroughly the Western baby-boomers political failure has been passed on to their next generation even though Generation X is about to take the reins and have staffs the lower levels of government for decades they cannot muster even a handful of prominent successful politicians in places like the u.s. everybody sees right through them and finds nothing but will to power and individualism thus there are nearly no generation x leaders in the West even Francis Emmanuel McCall born in 1977 could almost be classified as a millennial and I note that his presidential portrait included two smartphones I'm not going to get into third-generation Western Millennials other than I see a lot of good things they are certainly far less ego driven I'm a tough guy I'm a Wonder Woman than the post war or baby boomer generations and a lot more community-minded however I note that if western-style TV from birth destroyed Generation X it's possible smartphones from birth will do the same for Millennials but it's early what's undeniable is China is equivalent to the baby boomer generation certainly did not fail their Cultural Revolution was not just tune in turn on and drop out whether you condemn it or condone it their student radicals actually were given tremendous political power by a far more enlightened and politically modern elder leadership and this actually did change things indeed a good proof of the Cultural Revolution success is all the appropriate heaped on it by the West today where there reactionaries clearly one nixon and de gaulle reelected societal changes limited to culture and not political structure etc and here's a sidebar it is interesting to read current reports from Egypt seven years after Tahrir Square where I reported during the fall of Mubarak Egypt's revolution has also totally failed and they are now following the same pattern is it the West Egyptians report that their failed revolution did at least produce more societal openness mainly regarding sexuality and allow more challenging of traditional and religious structures and ideas but there is certainly less freedom both economic and political as Martin Luther King said there is no freedom without economic freedom and he was not talking about the 1% rights under neoliberalism laugh-out-loud al Sisi has the country pointed in a 100% neoliberal direction and we can predict that life for the average Egyptian will be far less free in the coming years because they will be far more poor even if they are enriched by the ability by the ability to discuss sex in public and the far less desired right to be a proselytizing atheist there is no reason why each of these cultural concessions in order to not touch the political and economic structure which keep them above such things of course that's the end of the sidebar about Egypt back to ramens wonderful article so Westerners can project their own experiences onto China as hard as they can but success but the success of the Cultural Revolution created a major post-war divergence for China and one which is as unappreciated today as the Cultural Revolution itself what we can do and only perhaps is to set our own gauge back and due to the Cultural Revolution success their greatest generation the one who actually won a war is thus equivalent to the Western baby boomers where I a Chinese that would make me a part of the baby boomer generation I am 40 this is ramen talking if I marry a Chinese lady and have children inshallah then our kids would be in China's Generation X but is there such a generation already subtitle bad news to report young Chinese say they aren't communists I have Chinese friends colleagues and multiple family members who have lived for years in China the Chinese of this generation my peers routinely but not universities say that yes China is not communist surprised I'd admit that a think I'm unobjective do you this is truly a real issue which must be examined is it possible that the Western press is actually right I say no or rather I say I do not really know the reality is is that I have never lived in China have only visited and that the Chinese people I know are all necessarily hugely influenced by the West even the native Chinese in my family emigrated away from China even if they went back and as an immigrant myself I can say you don't become an immigrant by being 100% in love with your home country or you would still be there it's also very easy to have an inferiority complex about your home country because the reality is that immigrants are literally trying to survive in a foreign land and make some friends it certainly does not make one popular to move to a new country and proclaim my home is better than this that is only for imperialists who are there to steal and run and thus are not truly immigrants and also for hard-headed annoying journalists like myself my point is immigrants are not accurate representatives of their home nations the Irish of America are not at all like the Irish in Ireland immigrants are certainly a minority anyway therefore you should largely ignore that combative headline six paragraphs above there's a picture of book for two of the must-read china trilogy China rising capitalist roads socialist destinations China rising remains a fundamental text for those wishing to understand China in a comparative framework with the west end of book caption and back to mr. ma zahary however perhaps there is a genuine risk inside China the two post cultural revolution generations do they believe their parents are the greatest generation for winning their war I don't know what goes on at the Chinese dinner table but I know it matters the Cultural Revolution veterans who know from hard fighting and major personal sacrifice that capitalism is the enemy that a bit of capitalism doesn't spoil I guess he wants to be he doesn't a that a bit of capitalism don't spoil no socialists speaking in vernacular that they will never let capitalism dominate have proven their totally Square socialist bona fides daily for decades but the young boomer generation which runs from roughly thirty to fifty years old many of them have only lived during the Doong era capitalist reforms are they solid socialists and this groups children China's Millennials might be saying my father he ain't no Che Guevara he's a total capitalist the reality is that one's character is formed at the dinner table when you are at the elbows of your elders fantasizing a quote his old AE father's father's still going on about his time in the sticks during the 60s doesn't he know that my Baba said the economists call that a huge mistake I sure don't want to go to the country it smells like cow dung can I leave the table I want to watch my favorite TV show again in my room if such a scene is happening regularly in Chinese homes they will have a problem that scene has been happening all over the West since the first boomers having kids in 1965 and it can happen to China laugh out loud the primary fault here is calling something your grandfather did who stupid who with hit here shot of your parents certainly that was a hanging offense in my household ultimately the problem is cultural and one of corruption not just monetary or judicial or political but corruption at the dinner table night after night this is social invests Ithaca corruption this is a common theme in Iranian politics but something which the West almost refuses to even consider which I find so very very strange such concerns have been falsely labeled as conservatism by the West's fake leftists they fail to see that the dinner table is also where leftist revolutionaries can be formed or not formed debunking capitalist propaganda takes more than just one discussion and more than just one day of shouting slogans at a protest so maybe China is capitalist damn it is there a Chinese Jenner is there a Chinese Generation X which will take power from the Cultural Revolution generation and are they really as bad as the West generation acts I can't possibly say to be honest and there's a picture of some affluent young Chinese consumers and the caption reads consumerism has become a feature of the younger Chinese generation who in many cases have no emotional connection to the great sacrifices that previous generations made to make China modern affluent and independent which I see every day walking around and the streets and riding my bike back to mr. ma zahary even though what I have described is easily foreseeable Universal responses to modern human experiences to give an actual answer on this cultural issue as far beyond me dinner table dynamics are the most complex in any society and they go beyond my Chinese can spelled que en that's why I'm glad to see the answer so emphatically given in the title of Jeff J Browns China is communist dammit this 8 part series has taken his book and John King Fairbanks is extremely popular university textbook China a new history as jumping-off points to discuss Communist China in 2018 the reality is that we non Chinese simply must defer to brown my gosh what a responsibility must prior brown on the question of whether China's too young post Cultural Revolution generations are committed communist or not due to our lack of knowledge of 2018 China cultures changed and quickly I'm sure an alien visiting Iran in 1978 in 2018 just 40 years would be quite surprised at the changes and pleasantly fair bank could never answer this issue as he passed in 1991 read fair bank if you like but you simply cannot expect answers about what Chinese 2018 culture is like however what neither fair Bank nor myself nor you have to completely nor you have to completely defer to brown is regarding the question of whether or not China is communist that is a question of political analysis of China's structures and motivations and results the idea that quote all governments are the same or some such nonsense is mere political nil ism socialism and capitalism have clear structures policies and easily traceable patterns which mostly contradict each other so why should i kowtow to the political analysis of china of a fictitious Chinese immigrant if he or she lacks broad political knowledge or as overly influenced by Western media indeed to read Western journalism on socialism is to read not even propaganda because that requires intelligence it's nonsense stereotyping and sensationalism I am Chinese therefore my political analysis of China is superior to yours does not hold water indeed about half of the US electorate chose by the way this is actually a little sidebar many sidebar from the editor of the Greenville Post to Patrice convey you and he said indeed about half of the US electorate chose George W Bush for president and did the same for Ronnie Reagan another exit exit exit table I want to say it in French exit habla political felon did these Americans really know what was going on in the country just by being there some early many tens of millions of influential liberals remain fascinated by Barack Obama one of the greatest charlatans in recent memory and what about today shall we take the word of the Magga make America great again crowd for the state and intentions of America and the world at large again that's a little outtake by the Greenville Post editor Patrice Columbia back to mr. maza Harry what what does hold water is I am Chinese therefore my cultural analysis of China is superior to yours certainly but it is quite easy to understand a lot of culture but zero politics I think we'll all agree and there's a picture uh where it all began the indispensable book number one of the expansive China trilogy forty-four days backpacking in China the Middle Kingdom in the 21st century with the United States Europe and the fate of the world and it's looking-glass Raman says however Brown is not just culturally literate regarding modern China but also obviously politically littered across multiple lands to an extremely high degree I'm not trying to sell his book I am pointing out the validity of his analysis for our era therefore if he says China is communist damn it in 2017 then we truly cannot find too many more trustworthy sources in English Fairbanks is booking his two decades old and despite all its mainstream banking and it's Harvard and premature it is truly out of date and modern cultural analysis by a generation so you can ask your Chinese friends as I do and maybe they they'll say that China isn't communist and I wouldn't say that Brown knows more about China than they do certainly but I certainly feel quite comfortable positing that Brown may understand Chinese politics and geopolitics better than they do so is part eight headline a major concern in 2018 China or not well alienation rampant individualism and corruption of all types always are aren't they subtitle Gen X is always an existential threat and thus every generation must be righteous ramen explains alienation was not discovered in a buried chest in 1946 in Europe total dis fattest dissatisfaction with one's culture and leaders total disbelief in the power of religion total post-traumatic stress disorder caused by war and pillage total disbelief in the ability of humans to create a better world and a feeling of certainty regarding the total power of human destructiveness is not at all a new sentiment in human history but alienation while real and important in which cannot be ignored is something which faithful people don't have time for they have to get to work however alienation aim amid peace and plenty is a first-world problem I believe and that is where China nearly is the first world they are not the first socialist country to get there there is absolutely no doubt that the USSR was on par with the West's economically and superior culturally but they are the first one to reach their level since the demise of the USSR he's talking about China they are about to have first world problems like the Japanese tourists who get hospitalized by Paris shock ie the disparity between the romantic image of Paris and the reality that most looks and treatment here equate to when compared with polite Japan eat dirt and die the medicine for such victims is clearly a strong dose of Chinese cultural revolution farm work with a heavy emphasis on manure spreading absurdities aside China truly represents the undeniable at least medium-term rebirth of socialism and communism even though the West declared it to be dead and went whole hog into the maximum form of capitalism possible neoliberalism because it is clearly not dead their only choice is to co-opt it by falsely claiming a success I imagine this is the root of Browns title thus the cultural threat of denying China's communist Ness and thus denying Chinese history and the Chinese experience today is why Xi Jingping is so important a gorbachev like pandering to the west or a Brezhnev like tolerance of stagnation corruption black market reactionary dissent and sedition is what free speech is is all that can turn the tide of China's rise however I always hate to reduce nations to just one person especially in socialist inspired countries which had modern revolutions focusing on the leader is a structurally inaccurate is a structurally is so is structurally inaccurate to describe their societies which is why propaganda efforts do exactly this China like Cuba Iran etc is not run by a person but by a vanguard party which has grassroots elected Democratic support the preferred presidential candidates of Iran's supreme leader have repeatedly lost for example these are modern democracies not macro nian liberal warlords as an Emmanuel call of France therefore let us think if she only as a symbol for what all of China's middle-aged and elders must be like both now and in the generations to come subtitle the role of she not spiking the ball on the 1-yard hurtle high if she is part of the greatest generation surely he rejects such a moniker it implies that China has already peaked already one china has further to go and many to help bring along with them lest they be selfish capitalists the good news is she spent 7 lice filled years helping to bring the countryside up to modern levels during the Cultural Revolution he was he will not be hospitalized by a rude French waiter and she is doing the opposite of Gorbachev he is following her Brown in Mao's footsteps by leading anti-corruption campaigns cleaning up corruption in the People's Liberation Army and reducing propaganda contamination points the West so desperately needs open now that they have no hard power options I'm sorry this is probably why she is so popular he is doing what the people want strengthening them and their chosen institutions China has just ended their two-term limit for presidents with widespread domestic support and I say good call of course China should want their greatest generation the Cultural Revolution generation to stay in power have you seen how bad the West – ensuing generations are doing China is so close to being a humanity improving superpower and you want and you want them to spikes the ball on the 1-yard line because George Washington said so let me take a sip here because I've got a little bit of a frog in my throat George Washington the root cause of the two-term trend quit after two terms it's pretty easy to hand the reins to your successor and say keep stealin land and enslaving people boom electronic economic growth issue solved now don't bother me I'm retired and have many slaves to beat and/or rape end of quote from George Washington she is likely looking at Germany's liberal strong woman Angela Merkel now in her fourth term of control and seeing the positive national effects of long term leadership within a democracy he is likely also looking towards Iran's model where the elected role of the supreme leader provides a constant counterweight in favor of ideological purity against backsliding and in favor of the defense of Iran's popular anti imperialist socialist inspired revolution it's not all the economy stupid who is keeping track of the intangible and spiritual within the political it is ironic that Communist China cares more openly for this issue of spirit than the rapidly secular West as is abundantly proved by Browns chapter quote 21st century street art for the Communist body and soul end of quote it's a fun chapter by the way I spent a lot of time working on it which documents state propaganda efforts on totalitarian obsessions such as dedication equality freedom harmony honesty etc no such propaganda efforts exist in the West because a government is what it promotes the West promotes neoliberalism no government and so they produce no art or advertising designed to help people better themselves because the government is not supposed to care or get involved Germany's democracy is Western European bourgeois Iran's is Islamic and China's is Chinese socialist and none are perfect as only God is but we cannot deny that all three are indeed working democracies with voting citizens regular protests repeated polls of support for their systems etc they have structural weak points but they know they knew the weak points when they created and kept supporting their chosen system although it seems totally incorrect to call post war Germany's imposed system chosen and there is also the ongoing u.s. occupation at the very least all three of these nations are certainly not authoritarian dictatorships nor neo-colonial puppets like most of the developing world is and that is no small success to a journalist survey in the world in 2018 it's an absurdity that Iran and China are portrayed as such she is also looking at Russia where Putin had the cunning to defy George Washington by a recourse to legalistic explanations this was not very honest but the Russian people voted repeatedly and the Russian system is just as democratic as any of the above three so Outsiders cannot say the Russian people don't largely have what they want within their system no humanitarian intervention needed here either please because of the US and EU s military and pregnant and the lack of any outside neo-colonial influence they simply cannot comprehend the feeling among Iran Cuba or others of being forced to operate under the gun but certainly in a time of crisis world war two the u.s. abandoned the George Washington precedent to save their nation as Roosevelt served four terms amid constant US belligerence she can fairly claim to be under threat fairly but certainly not after one more decade of socialist economic success especially as the euro zone's never reported Lost Decade is likely to turn into a Japanese like lost score Frances alone or McCall cannot make the same claim legitimately that they certainly did whatever they wanted via citing the threat of Islamic terrorism so if China was communist damn it when Browns book was published in 2017 they will certainly remain communist for another five or ten more years under XI Xi's success in his Brown's book demonstrates over and over she socialist bona fide bona fides cannot be denied rules are made to be broken but not the dream of socialism subtitle the world needs Chinese socialism to remain strong obviously it is said that one's true character is revealed after one becomes successful and achieves their dreams for son like Qi XI the dream is moderate prosperity for some like Iran Ian's the dream is paradise on earth as much as possible in order to earn paradise in the afterlife for some like the French the dream is him quoting French people here the French dream is to be a jihad with a paddle dia to be constantly eating constantly drinking constantly posing like an actor and be considered a great artist just for posing constantly arguing but so that's very French I love the French and they do love to argue constantly undermining everyone else's faith in anything for some like Americans the dream is everything in the world you can possibly imagine it's possible there may be some stereotypical nonsense here let's stop with the nonsense China is socialist damn it capitalism is only a tool in order to build wealth in order to have something to share and a necessary one to construct communism / Marx China's ideals are certainly communist and there certainly is a very real very effective very concerned Communist Party in charge anyway communism is an ideal communists is an ideal communist pray to the Atheist communist that is who are definitely a tiny minority socialism is what working people do to improve the world a bit more today ultimately this article asks the question what is 21st century socialism when successful because they are no longer susceptible to intense outside pressure China is certainly the one which will most elucidate this answer and what's the most intense global and historical ramifications there's an easy way for China to put this very long-running are they aren't a communist question to rest give more support for other nations in regions which are certain to encounter Western resistance and possibly hurt China's bottom line by doing so Cuba used to do this Iran does this but these are costly China helps far more than they get credit for and certainly they gave in Korea and certainly they gave in Korea and Vietnam but their twin socialist success in both economic growth and economic equality is getting to the point where cost is not really a major issue if they have socialist inspired ideals China has remained rather pre-world War two Stalinist and foreign policy since done and that can't continue forever they aren't about to start giving major support to Palestine sadly but China needs to start throwing its weight around in favor of socialism again foreign help will show the young generation that sacrifices must be made thus be content with moderate prosperity and it will also force Westerners to accept their socialism Nessa all this increased acceptance of Chinese democratic socialism will only safeguard China further but if there's one thing China has done better than any socialist inspired nation it is playing the long game and the Communists long game is clearly nationalist Stalinism until Universal Trotskyism at least that's what they will call it if communism goes Universal of course some Trotskyists won't be happy until communism and atheism go Universal thus pushing their idea of victory to the realm of I believe in possibility but you don't skip steps in a game unless you want to lose however the idea of Stalinism socialism in one country which maoism has clearly incorporated is essentially take care of your own backyard and wait for the rest of the neighborhood to catch up but what does China do when their backyard can't be made more beautiful either you harmoniously share the wealth with your neighbors or the cycle of success ends and you wane into unharmonious capitalism a self-sufficient safe thriving China choosing to implode into capitalism the USSR did it but I think China is not blind to history but people do crazy things which cannot be explained the electrons past still cannot be predicted and political science is not a science some questions may remain up for debate but in 2018 it is certainly crazy to call China capitalist dammit and then here is a series PostScript where ramen ruminates about his wonderful eight part series called new China scholarship I used many proofs for this series for from Jeff J brown's book not just the final line so I'd like to stress if one wants to find seemingly unprecedented documentation in the analysis of modern China one would be much better off buying his book than reading this series I'd also like to say that I wrote this series entirely without any personal involvement from Brown whatsoever which is true so there can be no question regarding – regarding my objectivity he actually had them all written before I even knew about I hope this double book review has shown just how different China scholarship can be and also how much scholarship can change in just 20 years I also tried for I tried to provide a few original ideas which he did some fabulous contextualization I also tried to provide a few original ideas to put up for discussion and to show how China's experience can be useful in other countries I do owe Brown a debt of gratitude thank you for writing such a fine work on which I leaned heavily I also a debt of gratitude to the legal doctrine of fair use which allowed me to quote extensive parts of Browns and John King Fairbanks as books without violating copyright laws to the dearly departed mr. Fairbanks yours is certainly not an unusual book but quite reactionary by even 20th century political standards however because you explained your scholarship and methods so clearly when less biased and more modern ideas could be applied to your data more accurate answers on communist Kanchana could be produced finally I'd like to point out that this series has been very clearly a political analysis of China and not a cultural analysis I have almost exclusively re-examined historical events and described political structures and policies Brown and Fairbank are China scholars who are qualified to make non Chinese cultural analyses of China however political analyses are the privilege of every citizen from the bus driver to the professor political analyses must be so very democratically available in order to constantly find via merit and consensus socio-political solutions to socio-political problems the most pressing of which are I believe universal it seems quite incorrect to conclude this series with house with that with something focusing on myself new analyses are needed on China and on many other socialist inspired nations the events of 1989 to 1991 were a long time ago and the Great Recession is proving still that the alleged victory of capitalism was very short-lived whatever socialism's failures have been in our that 1% led Western model clearly cannot lead any country as their leaders do not even wish to capably leave their own nations and communities just their own fortunes this is the final article in an 8 part series which compared old versus new Western scholarship on China and there's a list of all the eight articles with hyperlinks to all eight going back to China rising about the author Raman Mazda Harry senior correspondent and contributing editor for the Greenville post writing dispatch from Paris Mazda Harry is the chief correspondent in Paris for Press TV and has lived in France since 2009 he has been a daily newspaper reporter in the US and has reported from Iran Cuba Egypt Tunisia South Korea and elsewhere his work has appeared in various journals magazines and websites as well as on radio and television this is Jeff J Brown trying to write me to sign the land and thank you signed Olander's please share this YouTube channel SoundCloud channel the web site in all your social circles social media where you live work pray eat etc and to help dispel all of the an amazingly successful propaganda against China behind the Great Western firewall thank you and goodbye




Comments
  1. Einstein visited China once and said "China is dirty and people are not intelligent." How much does he know about China? None.

  2. the most outrageous thing the media does, (including rt) is when they talk about china, they bring in a "china expert" from hong kong, who is always someone from the far right. most of the time, these hongers cant even speak mandarin. they also love quoting hong kong sources, as if they had any legitimacy at all

  3. china hasnt been comunist for 40yrs. comunists dont like name brand clothes, nor do they let rich people park wherever they want, blocking side walks

  4. china and russia acturely carried out large scale social experiment…eventurely it came to conclusiong that china allow most of those industries to be in hands of private firms…and remain some of those hard and tough and long term investment into hands of public owned companies, either because the people and the state needs those stuffs free from disturbance of market or outside forces…to achieve better life for people out in the street..

  5. Socialism would probably be best. Communism was always way too revolutionary and pissed off way too many people heavily invested into personal property. Communist Central Banking is able to transfer wealth through quantitative easing without the private sector being able to notice that their their money is being transferred.

  6. why do you care about china being communist?
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