JEFF J. BROWN—In a recent article I came down really hard on Messrs. Morey and Silver, because like them, I too used to be a “liberal, do-gooder racist”, who thought I had all the best Western answers for the rest of the world’s inferior peoples.
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ANDRE VLTCHEK—But it is China and Russia who are at the forefront of spite of the Western nations and their propagandists. It is all grotesque, now. Russia which saved the world from Nazism, and which helped to decolonize dozens of nations, is now “least liked country” in Europe. Germany, which murdered millions of Jews, Roma, Slavs, and others, is the most liked. In the West, nobody seems to care that Germany is still plundering such nations like Venezuela while using its industrial and banking might to strip defenseless nations of their riches.
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GEORGE GALLOWAY—As China has proved, it was perfectly possible for the Soviet Union to adapt, to correct mistakes, to find a synthesis between capitalism and socialism which worked. A cat neither black nor white but which continued to catch mice. A solution which did not require the liquidation of the state, the abandonment of the mission and the ceding of territory to the endless provocations of the imperialist camp.
STEPHEN S. ROACH—According to World Bank estimates, China is expected to exceed 30,000 kilometers (18,641 miles) of installed high-speed rail by next year, up from more than 25,000 kilometers by 2017, and to add considerably more in the years ahead. This energy-efficient mode of long-distance connectivity stands in sharp contrast to the carbon-intensive transportation network created the US interstate highway system in the 1950s and 1960s.
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JEFF J. BROWN—it’s not just commie cabbies. Seeing communist symbols in taxis, tuktuks and places of business gives everybody in China a sense of trust and comradeship. This is a photo I took in a Beijing tuktuk, presented in The China Trilogy (see below). A Buddhist-like Mao medallion is hanging on the driver’s left. Below Mao’s image is a fresco of Tiananmen Gate, where his iconic portrait hangs in perpetuity.