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Offline Wiz

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« on: May 04, 2020, 10:44:53 PM »


Who is after you?



It is very bad to have to live alone........at home and worry
for your life every time somebody is knocking your door!

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Ho Chi Minh led the Vietnamese nationalist movement for more than three decades, fighting first against the Japanese, then the French colonial power and then the US-backed South Vietnamese. He was President of North Vietnam from 1954 until his death.

At the end of World War Two the Viet Minh announced Vietnamese independence. The French refused to relinquish their colony and in 1946, war broke out. After eight years of war, the French were forced to agree to peace talks in Geneva. The country was split into a communist north and non-communist south and Ho became president of North Vietnam. He was determined to reunite Vietnam under communist rule.

By the early 1960s, North Vietnamese-backed guerrillas, the Vietcong, were attacking the South Vietnamese government. Fearing the spread of communism, the United States provided increasing levels of support to South Vietnam. By 1965, large numbers of American troops were arriving and the fighting escalated into a major conflict.

Ho Chi Minh was in poor health from the mid-1960s and died on 2 September 1969. When the Communists took the South Vietnamese capital Saigon in 1975 they renamed it Ho Chi Minh City in his honour.

I think a person who betrayed his own country and worked for its enemies..... must have for the rest of his life
.... Nightmares!
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Re: Vietnam
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2020, 12:34:47 AM »
Ho Chi Minh led the Vietnamese nationalist movement for more than three decades, fighting first against the Japanese, then the French colonial power and then the US-backed South Vietnamese.


The Communists then invaded Cambodia and later went to war against China. If you love them so much, why didn't you fight along side them in the 70's?


When the Communists took the South Vietnamese capital Saigon in 1975 they renamed it Ho Chi Minh City in his honour.


My birth certificate and all documents I ever had to fill out, I always write down "Saigon" as the city I was born. Nobody told me I was wrong. Maybe you want to tell what people what to do and what to write? You'd fit in with the Communists.
Fund the audits, spread the word and educate people, write your politicians and other elected officials. Stay active in the fight to save our country. Over 220 generals and admirals say we are in a fight for our survival like no other time since 1776.


 

 

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