Monthly Archives: February 2015

Victims of Communism

After the fall of Saigon, Anhthu Lu and her father, a three-star general in the Republic of Vietnam, fled. “Two-thirds of the people who escaped by boat didn’t make it to freedom. You owe it to them to tell the truth,” says … Continue reading

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How Luxury do the Communist Leaders live?

People should see this contrast: How do the Vietnamese Communists live. Photos show the contrast between: The Ex-Secretary General of Vietnamese Communist Party ( one of the bottom poorest nations, GDP per capita$2,072 (2014)) who claimed himself the representative of … Continue reading

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China to Relive her Historical Imperialism

China is projecting serious power in the South China Sea Greg Torode, Reuters Feb. 19, 2015, 10:34 AM HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s creation of artificial islands in the South China Sea is happening so fast that Beijing will be … Continue reading

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HO CHI MINH’S TRUE COLORS By Nguyen Minh Can Courtesy “The Ky 21 Monthly Magazine.” Translated into English by Viet Quoc Home Page. The following article, “Some More Stories of Ho Chi Minh’s Life,”appeared on “The Ky 21” (21st Century … Continue reading

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How Vietnamese rap got political

Vietnam is a communist state where it’s not always easy to criticise the government. But a young Vietnamese rapper studying in the United States has launched a scathing criticism of the state using rap music. With more than 200,000 views … Continue reading

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Communist Vietnam rated 136 out of 178 countries on the 2014 Environmental Performance Index

Courtesy of VOA Marianne Brown February 13, 2015 4:52 AM HANOI—Vietnam’s transformation from poverty to a fast growing economy has taken its toll on the environment, but those who will be worst affected – young people – are taking action … Continue reading

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Vietnam Sentences 3 to Prison for Anti-State Activities

Fresh from its release of two bloggers, Vietnam has sentenced three other activists to prison terms of up to 18 months for anti-state activities. A court in southern Dong Nai province Thursday found Pham Minh Vu, Do Nam Trung and … Continue reading

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Communist Vietnam ranks 175th out of 180 Countries in 2015 World Press Index!!!

Scroll down on right sidebar.   Ranking numbers are a bit hard to see but look close.   Hanoi ranks 175th out of 180 countries surveyed, after 174 ranking in 2014.    Things are and have been bad, now getting worse. 2015 World … Continue reading

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Witness of communism recounts his path to freedom

When Dániel Magay left Hungary to compete in the 1956 Olympics, the Hungarian revolution had just defeated the Kremlin-backed communist government. By the time he and his teammates won the gold in fencing, the Soviets had re-captured Hungary with tanks … Continue reading

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Vietnam Deceitfully Passes UN Rights Protection

Vietnam’s National Assembly has ratified the United Nations Convention Against Torture, which was hailed by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Bangkok as “an important step towards ensuring the prevention and prohibition of torture.”

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