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Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#1 May 1, 2012
What a waste of life, fighting to defend the worthless VNCH/NGUY losers.
Vinamese

Las Vegas, NV

#2 May 2, 2012
Yup.
buy once get Second free

Ilford, UK

#3 May 2, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
What a waste of life, fighting to defend the worthless VNCH/NGUY losers.
.

vnch never need any once of them Hanoi backy corruption to associating with,,.

backy hanoi hochiminh two faces the world knew them,,.
so they are a squalor like your self,,.

VNCH got the TALENTS ,,,,NORTH COMMIE BACKY ARE STOLEN T,
Annie Muk

Sweden

#4 May 2, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
What a waste of life, fighting to defend the worthless VNCH/NGUY losers.
I agree. I'm a Vietnam Vet myself. A complete waste of thousands of lives just to make American politicians and businessmen even richer than they already were.
nguyen van theiu

Chicago, IL

#5 May 2, 2012
The Vietnamese people deeply love independence, freedom and peace. But in the face of United States aggression they have risen up, united as one man.
Ho Chi Minh

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/vietnam/TH42...
US, Vietnam hold joint naval drills amid China tensions
Full story: The Nation

The United States and Vietnam began joint naval exercises Monday off the coastal town of Da Nang as a territorial dispute with China simmers.
OPPOSITION PARTY

Toronto, Canada

#6 May 3, 2012
Annie Muk wrote:
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I agree. I'm a Vietnam Vet myself. A complete waste of thousands of lives just to make American politicians and businessmen even richer than they already were.
If i do not mistake, many of the US servicemen while taking the leave from the VN battlefield vacationing in Sweden had abandoned their friends still battling the Vietcong, sought asylum in Sweden. That is to say, betraying your trusted friends. If hope U r not one of these people. If u r one of these people, can you look into the eyes of your battlefield friends today?

Thanks to the US scarifying, we appreciate what is means by living in a democracy system though it was a short-lived regime. Everything was better a backy fascist controlled regime.
Annie Muk

Sweden

#7 May 4, 2012
OPPOSITION PARTY wrote:
<quoted text>
If i do not mistake, many of the US servicemen while taking the leave from the VN battlefield vacationing in Sweden had abandoned their friends still battling the Vietcong, sought asylum in Sweden. That is to say, betraying your trusted friends. If hope U r not one of these people. If u r one of these people, can you look into the eyes of your battlefield friends today?
Where do you get your ridiculous ideas from? FuxNews and Whine House misinformation/propaganda?

FIRST. We could not leave Vietnam and "vacation in Sweden"!

SECOND. Some Americans did seek asylum in Sweden (and Canada) during the Vietnam war and this was granted.

THIRD. No. I am not one of those.

FOURTH. Those men who deserted or draft-dodged were the bravest men of all.

FIFTH. I can look into the eyes of my "battlefield friends" and tell them that we all should have deserted but we weren't brave enough.

..... any more questions?
Annie Muk

Sweden

#8 May 4, 2012
nguyen van theiu wrote:
The Vietnamese people deeply love independence, freedom and peace. But in the face of United States aggression they have risen up, united as one man.
Ho Chi Minh
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/vietnam/TH42...
US, Vietnam hold joint naval drills amid China tensions
Full story: The Nation
The United States and Vietnam began joint naval exercises Monday off the coastal town of Da Nang as a territorial dispute with China simmers.
Ho Chi Minh was a great leader. A great man.
OPPOSITION PARTY

Toronto, Canada

#9 May 4, 2012
Annie Muk wrote:
<quoted text>
Where do you get your ridiculous ideas from? FuxNews and Whine House misinformation/propaganda?
FIRST. We could not leave Vietnam and "vacation in Sweden"!
SECOND. Some Americans did seek asylum in Sweden (and Canada) during the Vietnam war and this was granted.
THIRD. No. I am not one of those.
FOURTH. Those men who deserted or draft-dodged were the bravest men of all.
FIFTH. I can look into the eyes of my "battlefield friends" and tell them that we all should have deserted but we weren't brave enough.
..... any more questions?
First, you are totally wrong and misinformed the public. There were plenty of US servicemen took their vacation from the Vn battlefield outside of VN. Thailand, Hongkong and Manila's red district were built out from the Vietnam war. I am not sure you have tried to play ignorance or stupidity for sidelining this information and facts by stating US servicemen did not allow to leave Vietnam. If you did not take a vacation in Sweden, then maybe you sought leave in Thailand, and when you got there, you got cold feet, hooped on another plane bounded for Stockhom. Then, you are happy forever being there while your comrades were fighting the fascist troops.

Take a look at this article, MR. Misinformation. thank you.

http://cherrieswriter.wordpress.com/2011/05/0...
SpongeBob

Chatham, Canada

#10 May 4, 2012
Annie Muk wrote:
<quoted text>
Where do you get your ridiculous ideas from? FuxNews and Whine House misinformation/propaganda?
FIRST. We could not leave Vietnam and "vacation in Sweden"!
SECOND. Some Americans did seek asylum in Sweden (and Canada) during the Vietnam war and this was granted.
THIRD. No. I am not one of those.
FOURTH. Those men who deserted or draft-dodged were the bravest men of all.
FIFTH. I can look into the eyes of my "battlefield friends" and tell them that we all should have deserted but we weren't brave enough.
..... any more questions?
Welcome to the true eye-opener from Sweden for stupid ex-SVN reugees. I am living in Canada an during vn war,there were roughly more Amerian war dodgers than 58thousand USdeaths in VN. Those dodgers made a correct move...
Annie Muk

Sweden

#11 May 5, 2012
OPPOSITION PARTY wrote:
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First, you are totally wrong and misinformed the public. There were plenty of US servicemen took their vacation from the Vn battlefield outside of VN. Thailand, Hongkong and Manila's red district were built out from the Vietnam war.
Yes, but not in Sweden, you azzhole!
OPPOSITION PARTY wrote:
<quoted text> I am not sure you have tried to play ignorance or stupidity for sidelining this information and facts by stating US servicemen did not allow to leave Vietnam.
I am a Vietnam war vet so go pull someone else's pud with your crap.
OPPOSITION PARTY wrote:
<quoted text>If you did not take a vacation in Sweden, then maybe you sought leave in Thailand, and when you got there, you got cold feet, hooped on another plane bounded for Stockhom.
Dinky Dow must be your real name. Have you ever just "hopped on another plane", you idiot? Without papers?

Piss off. Your mother's teet is waiting for you.
Annie Muk

Sweden

#12 May 5, 2012
SpongeBob wrote:
<quoted text> ... there were roughly more Amerian war dodgers than 58thousand USdeaths in VN. Those dodgers made a correct move...
Yes, they did make a correct move. They saved their own lives, they avoided learning how to kill innocent people in another country, and MOST OF ALL they can sleep at night without nightmares and without a guilty conscience.

They are the brave ones. They left their homes "on their own" not knowing if they'd ever be able to return, EVER. We who went to Vietam only had to "show up" in Oakland and the rest was taken care of. We didn't have to think. Just go where we were told to go. We were sheep. We were idiots. We were expendable. We were useless. And we contributed in destroying a country, a people, a culture. The Vietnamese never did any harm to us yet we went over there and killed them.

If there is any humanitarian justice in the world a monument ought to be raised in the honour of all the deserters and draft dogders who were courageous enough to say "NO!" I am ashamed that I am not one of them.
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#13 May 5, 2012
Annie Muk wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, they did make a correct move. They saved their own lives, they avoided learning how to kill innocent people in another country, and MOST OF ALL they can sleep at night without nightmares and without a guilty conscience.
They are the brave ones. They left their homes "on their own" not knowing if they'd ever be able to return, EVER. We who went to Vietam only had to "show up" in Oakland and the rest was taken care of. We didn't have to think. Just go where we were told to go. We were sheep. We were idiots. We were expendable. We were useless. And we contributed in destroying a country, a people, a culture. The Vietnamese never did any harm to us yet we went over there and killed them.
If there is any humanitarian justice in the world a monument ought to be raised in the honour of all the deserters and draft dogders who were courageous enough to say "NO!" I am ashamed that I am not one of them.
The above is a good post.
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#14 May 5, 2012
Annie Muk wrote:
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Ho Chi Minh was a great leader. A great man.
I totally agree. And here is the proof:

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0007/000769/...

Noting that the year 1990 will mark the centenary of the birth of President
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnamese hero of national liberation and great man
of culture,
Considering that President Ho Chi Minh, an outstanding symbol of national
affirmation, devoted his whole life to the national liberation of
the Vietnamese people, contributing to the common struggle of
peoples for peace, national independence, democracy and social
progress,
Considering that the important and many-sided contribution of
Chi Minh in the fields of culture, education and the
lizes the cultural tradition of the Vietnamese
stretches back several thousand years, and that his
President Ho
arts crystal–
people which
ideals embody
the aspirations of peoples in the affirmation of their cultural
identity and the promotion of mutual understanding,
1. Recommends to Member States that they join in the commemoration of the
centenary of the birth of President Ho Chi Minh by organizing
various events as a tribute to his memory, in order to spread
knowledge of the greatness of his ideals and of his work for
national liberation;
2. Requests the Director–General of Unesco to take appropriate steps to
celebrate the centenary of the birth of President Ho Chi Minh and
to lend his support to commemorative activities organized on that
occasion, in particular those taking place in Viet Nam.
OPPOSITION PARTY

Toronto, Canada

#15 May 5, 2012
BIG CHICKEN wrote "If there is any humanitarian justice in the world a monument ought to be raised in the honour of all the deserters and draft dogders who were courageous enough to say "NO!" I am ashamed that I am not one of them."

Ok, i have to agree with you 100% on this. The monument should be built inside a chicken farm or some where next to Statin's resting place.
DIT CONMEMAY BHUTAN ANCUT

London, UK

#16 May 5, 2012
VIETNAM CAI' CON CAC...

NOOOO' la` KAMPUCHEA LAI MUONG` BAC' KY` SIMILAR thang` CHO' NGUYEN^~ TAN^' DUNG~ NG...U NHU BOOOO`...
Annie Muk

Sweden

#17 May 6, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
<quoted text>
The above is a good post.
Thank you very much.
Drgunzet wrote:
<quoted text>
I totally agree.
Ho Chi Minh was an intelligent man, well educated. He could have chosen wealth just like so many men (with the chance) have done. But no. He gave his existance to his country and his people and in doing so he changed the world and its perception of the down-trodden "underdog".

The U.S. makes a big thing about Pearl Harbour and the attacks on 7/11. OK. But those were only 2 days in their history. If those 2 days were so catastrophic to the determination of Americans to "fight back" then think about the effect of decades of colonization that the Vietnamese were subjected to.
OPPOSITION PARTY

Toronto, Canada

#18 May 6, 2012
Annie Muk wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you very much.
<quoted text>
Ho Chi Minh was an intelligent man, well educated. He could have chosen wealth just like so many men (with the chance) have done. But no. He gave his existance to his country and his people and in doing so he changed the world and its perception of the down-trodden "underdog".
The U.S. makes a big thing about Pearl Harbour and the attacks on 7/11. OK. But those were only 2 days in their history. If those 2 days were so catastrophic to the determination of Americans to "fight back" then think about the effect of decades of colonization that the Vietnamese were subjected to.
Now, i got the picture now of this lunatic....I am glad you did not go to VN; otherwise, this lunatic may turn his gun to his comrades instead of the Vietcong. Thanks for not going to VN, Mr. Full Lune.

How on earth one could argue that "The U.S. makes a big thing about Pearl Harbour and the attacks on 7/11 *i thinks he wants to say 9/11)". This statement is far more extreme than many of the statement posting by the Islamic extremist who vowed to destroy the USA.

I assume, and i hope i am wrong, that this lunatic has been influenced by the European islamic extremist in the last few decades. Or maybe this lunatic was kicked out from the army long time ago that is the explanation he is holding a grudge against the USA.

tudo

United States

#19 May 11, 2012
SpongeBob wrote:
<quoted text>Welcome to the true eye-opener from Sweden for stupid ex-SVN reugees. I am living in Canada an during vn war,there were roughly more Amerian war dodgers than 58thousand USdeaths in VN. Those dodgers made a correct move...
..and many pro-VC and VC animal men like yourself also did really "correct" move by leaving your fuck!ng communist paradise for the West. You should appreciate Freedom & Democracy culture you are now enjoying. The entire population of VN wanted to do the your "correct" move but they could'nt.
SpongeBob

Windsor, Canada

#20 May 11, 2012
tudo wrote:
<quoted text>
..and many pro-VC and VC animal men like yourself also did really "correct" move by leaving your fuck!ng communist paradise for the West. You should appreciate Freedom & Democracy culture you are now enjoying. The entire population of VN wanted to do the your "correct" move but they could'nt.
What had you done to help those poor people of entire VN population when they are still stuck in Communist Vietnam like you said? Or you just hide in USA, relying on welfare and foodstamp scams to loudmouth about them????? Don't you see the logic? Aahahhahaaaa!

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