The 71st anniversary of Hiroshima’s atomic bombing, and a week later, Nagasaki, at the of World War II, are celebrated in Eurangloland, but elsewhere, are branded as war crimes by most of the world’s citizens.
On Press TV, Jeff J. Brown, political analyst and lecturer, speaks truth to the power of America’s myths surrounding these tragic events.
You can listen to and download this TV interview, as an audio podccast here, or at the very bottom of this webpage:
In China, he has been a speaker at TEDx, the Bookworm Literary Festival, the Capital M Literary Festival, the Hutong, as well as being featured in an 18-part series of interviews on Radio Beijing AM774, with former BBC journalist, Bruce Connolly. He has guest lectured at international schools in Beijing and Tianjin.
Jeff grew up in the heartland of the United States, Oklahoma, and graduated from Oklahoma State University. He went to Brazil while in graduate school at Purdue University, to seek his fortune, which whet his appetite for traveling the globe. This helped inspire him to be a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tunisia in 1980 and he lived and worked in Africa, the Middle East, China and Europe for the next 21 years. All the while, he mastered Portuguese, Arabic, French and Mandarin, while traveling to over 85 countries. He then returned to America for nine years, whereupon he moved back to China in 2010. He currently lives in Beijing with his wife, where he writes, while being a school teacher in an international school. Jeff is a dual national French-American.