Category Archives: Politics

Objection to Ho Chi Minh Statue in Wien, Austria

January 30, 2017 To: Dr. Michael Haupl Governor of the State of Wien, Lichtenfelsgasse 2, Stiege 5, 1. Stock, A-1010 Wien. Austria Subject: Our concern about the building of the statue of Ho Chi Minh in your city Mr. Governor, We … Continue reading

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I’m a Democrat. Here’s how Hillary and the recount campaign leaves me feeling

By Bryan Dean Wright published November 28,2016 FoxNew.com Saturday, Hillary Clinton announced that she had joined a recount effort in at least three Midwestern states, questioning whether “an accurate vote” will be reported to the Electoral College. This comes on the heels … Continue reading

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The Reason Why Donald Trump Won the Presidential Election

By Binh Quoc Huynh (Nov. 12, 2016) The final count of the Election (and the defeat) was accepted by Mrs. Clinton nonetheless with bemoaning statement “I’m enduring this endless sadness…” Those jealous individuals, whose personal interests are affected by the … Continue reading

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Donald Trump- Lion King surrounded by a menacing pack of wolves

Binh Quoc Huynh (Oct. 24, 2016)   (The translation from Vietnamese to English is provided by a volunteer who is a member of Huynh’s audience.) A few people  told me that Mr. Trump is encountering a situation similar to a … Continue reading

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Maoists still a force 50 years after the Cultural Revolution

LUOYANG, China (AP) — Fifty years after Mao Zedong unleashed the decade-long Cultural Revolution to reassert his authority and revive his radical communist agenda, the spirit of modern China’s founder still exerts a powerful pull. Millions of people were persecuted, … Continue reading

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Views on Vietnam: The irony of the LBJ Library Vietnam War Summit

By Robert F. Turner – Special to the American-Statesman The LBJ Library and the University of Texas are holding the Vietnam War Summit this week, bringing to Austin former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, current Secretary of State John Kerry … Continue reading

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Vietnam Is Facing the Clear and Imminent Threat of Chinese Colonialism

Michael Do Bordering a hostile, ambitious neighbor, the trouble seems to be endless. China is the world’s most populous country, with a population of over 1.38 billion. It covers approximately 9.6 million square kilometers (the world’s second-largest country by land … Continue reading

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