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Book Release: The Essential Saker

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Dear friends, Amazon indicates that the Saker’s book hardcover edition is temporarily out of stock. Please, go ahead and place your order, regardless stock level indication.

Amazon will refill its inventory and ship books first come first served to people who have placed out of stock orders, *then* to new orders. This should all happen within a matter of days and is largely automatic.

Great news is that the Kindle edition is selling briskly!

Fred Zimmerman
Nimble Books LLC

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Conversation: The China-Xi-Putin-Russia gambit, The Saker interviews Jeff J. Brown

This is by far one of the most interesting interviews we have read in a while. Absolutely worth every minute of your time!

Jeff takes you on a whirl wind compact journey of his amazing story and tells you from the inside of the Chinese Dream what its all about!

AE

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The Saker: Please introduce yourself and explain your connection with, and experience of, China.

Jeff J. Brown: I have learned over the last 61 years that getting de-brainwashed takes a lot of effort, humility and personal courage. I get inspired reading about others people’s journeys to discovering the truth. Please allow me to share mine.

I grew up in Oklahoma, USA, in the 50s-60s. Red scare. Commies. Nuclear bomb shelters. Teachers practicing with us, “When you see the flash of light, duck and cover”. Sputnik. The space race. Kennedy (since learned it was a coup d’état). RFK and MLK murdered (since learned done by the deep state). Vietnam. Nixon. Sex ‘n drugs ‘n rock ‘n roll. Spent half my time in the city and half on a family farm. Driving a tractor, harvesting crops, cleaning manure out of animal pens, helping ewes give birth to newborn lambs at 3am in the freezing cold, riding a horse, hunting and fishing – all this left an indelible mark on my psyche. Getting your hands dirty and living the science and art of agriculture will do that to you.

Got a BS (Oklahoma State, 1976) and MS (Purdue, 1978) in Animal Sciences, thinking I was going to go back home and farm. But the Brazilian community at Purdue adopted me and I quickly learned Portuguese, discovering that I had a knack for languages (along with all the hard work to learn). Went to Brazil to seek my fortune as a soybean farmer. Couldn’t get anybody to lend me the startup money. In retrospect, I am not disappointed. Had I done so, I would probably be impoverishing local natives, clearcutting rain forest and destroying the environment, while getting very rich, at the expense of the aforementioned. Looking back, it’s not what I want to be during my time on Planet Earth.

Brazil whet my appetite to see the world. I became a volunteer for the Peace Corps, in Tunisia, as an agriculture extension agent (1980-82), learning fluent Arabic, speaking, reading and writing. This background got me into international agricultural marketing in Africa and Middle East (1982-90). During this time, I learned French, met my Parisian wife in Algeria in 1988, whereupon, we left for China in 1990.

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Kadyrov’s response to Wahabi Terrorism

“I put up an extremely tough but fair condition”, the Chechen leader said

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GROZNY, December 5 /TASS/. Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said on Friday that he would dismiss the head of any Chechen district if a single militant was found living in its territory.

Kadyrov held a meeting with the ministers and heads of Chechen district administrations and internal affairs departments earlier on Friday.

“I put up an extremely tough but fair condition. If a person from any Chechen district illegally picks up a gun and joins militants, the head of that district will have to step down immediately. Let them work day and night to prevent them from happening,” the Chechen leader said.

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He also warned that families of militants who committed murders would be expelled from Chechnya without the right to return.

“We will not allow anybody not only to become the Wahhabies but even to imitate them in clothers and behavior. I officially announce that time is over when parents were not responsible for the doings of their sons and daughters. They will be held responsible in Chechnya”, Ramzan Kadyrov stressed.

“If a father sees that his son has embarked on the path of terror and Wahhabism, let him hand him over to the authorities or stop him in any other way before blood is spilled,” Kadyrov said adding he was not interested in the opinion of any people or the so-called human rights organizations who were silently watching NATO planes and Western-trained militants killing millions of Muslims in Syria and Iraq.

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“If a militant in Chechnya kills a policeman or any other person, the militant’s family will be immediately expelled from Chechnya without the right to return. Their house will be pulled down together with the foundation,” Kadyrov said noting that he would not allow anybody to spill blood in Chechnya.

Source:http://itar-tass.com/en/russia/765502

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