Skip to comments.Viet-Nam Veterens Against the War - VVAW was a US terrorist group
Posted on 04/16/2009 6:26:24 AM PDT by stockpirate
The VVAW was a US terrorist group comprised mainly of our veterans from the war in Viet-Nam.
Most of this groups leaders were former soliders. They plotted many terrorist acts against the US and our leaders, these plots include but are not limited to the following:
1. A plot to murder about 19 pro-war US Senators.
2. An attempt to murder VP Agnew.
3. A plot to murder President Nixon.
4. A plot to bomb mutiple Government buildings in DC.
5. A plot to kidnap many leaders of our National government.
6. They were suspected of smuggling firearms to black militents who had killed a police officer in IL.
7. Giving the Soviets information on force deployments, battlefield tacrics, weapons, troop movements, new weapon systems, and secret locations of troop deployments.
8. Planned anti-war demostrations to coinside with NV troop movements into the south.
You can check my home page to review my findings from the 12,000 page FBI file on John Kerry and the VVAW.
Let’s not forget the Code Pink bombings of recruitment centers a few years ago either...or the environazi’s bombings and setting fires!!
Kerry was deeply involved. And he also remained in a leadership position after the plot to kill 19 US Senators was approved and training had started for those who would carry the plot.
This I why I think the left is scared of our current vets returning from war to find that the fascists have taken over our country.
I noticed that the left has no problem with vets that are/were anti-war protesters.
JOURNEY from the FALL
As it turned out, most of VVAW, with the exception of John Kerry, were NOT war veterans. They were pretenders and wanna-bes, fabricating their military records.
Don’t forget Bill Aryers. Is he on the DHS watch list?
No you are wrong, while there are a couple of well documented cases where a person or two testfied before congress were not vets, most in fact were returning vets from the military.
The FBI files support that fact. The group however wasn’t as large as some were lead to believe.
No, there were almost no veterans in that group.
Like the present Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans group, it was a phoney front.
The media, of course, never investigated any of the members’ claims to be veterans. Of course.
From what I learned about Kerry while reading the FBI files he was still in the Navy but NEVER prosecuted, which leads me to believe he was a mole for the government inside the VVAW.
Thx for the bump.....
Yes they were left-wing terrorists.
Sorry, but most were in fact vets. If memory serves me there were less than 2,500 members.
Some of them were never in Nam and said they were.
I used to spend a lot of time with the VVAW and they were a real group of losers.
They were so weak that I never felt outnumbered even though I was the only conservative there, I really enjoyed trying to pull people away from them, plus I liked seeing the films from North Vietnam that they would show and the free food at places like the Shelter Half in Tacoma.
“Is he on the DHS watch list?”
No way...he is being groomed to be a ‘CZAR’ of something in the Obama Whitehouse...LOL
Were you filing reports on them?
At one point there was a power struggle and one faction considered killing the other group.
And thanks for the post, I need this info at hand to throw in the libtards faces.
Now, THAT’s a theory. The Navy never prosecuted because democrats, as well as Republicans, on the hill needed an antiwar “authority.” They never even placed him under oath.
Like their president, Al Hubbard. Nor was he, as he claimed, a pilot or an officer.
So what’s new, Tom Harkin said he was a Vietnam vet, too.
No, in fact I was catching flak from my command about my associations, serious flak, but when the Colonel called me in to lay the law on me I corrected him on the ARs and showed him the current off limits list which he had been mistaken about. In fact after the Kitty Hawk demonstration in 1973 I got a serious CID investigation. If intelligence had more imagination they would have asked for my assistance because if they had undercover agents it would have been very clear where I stood on things and what my purposes were. I get the impression that no one even knew about me and the Nisqually Indians, at least no one in the CID, the FBI may have known.
I think Kerry was in the reserves for at least the first two years he was a member of the VVAW. And I think his discharge papers have never been seen or his discharge date is years later indicating he may have stayed in the reserves for a number of years.
He served a total of four months (and some days) on active duty in Vietnam. Since no one will release either set of his discharge papers, we’ll never know. The first set, all evidence suggests, shows less than an honorable discharge. The second set was issued during the Carter years.
If you’re interested in JFK, go to Wintersoldier.com. It’s taken decades and $millions to unearth what little info there is.
You are correct as I recall. Wintersolder is where the FBI files were located.
What I have read says Lurch was over there for a few weeks with a photographer and a copy of a Hollywood script of JFK's book PT109.
He was building a resume for crying out loud.
He shot an untrained teenager in the back,stubbed his toe, gave himself a medal and flew home to protest against the War with Jane Fonda. He married a A Republican Politician's widow who had inherited zillions and spent the rest of his life telling the world how astute he was as when he picked John Edwards for his Vice President.
Americans had it right when bumper stickers appeared declaring:
“Flush The Johns”.
After the on ship riots there were street demonstrations related to the incident and others like it. The riots in the army were worse.
October 12, 1972
Racial violence breaks out aboard U.S. Navy ships
On this day, racial violence flares aboard U.S. Navy ships. Forty six sailors are injured in a race riot involving more than 100 sailors on the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk enroute to her station in the Gulf of Tonkin off Vietnam. The incident broke out when a black sailor was summoned for questioning regarding an altercation that took place during the crew’s liberty in Subic Bay (in the Philippines). The sailor refused to make a statement and he and his friends started a brawl that resulted in sixty sailors being injured during the fighting. Eventually 26 men, all black, were charged with assault and rioting and were ordered to appear before a court-martial in San Diego.
Four days later, a group of about 12 black sailors aboard the USS Hassayampa, a fleet oiler docked at Subic Bay, told ship’s officers that they would not sail with the ship when the ship put to sea. The group demanded the return of money that allegedly had been stolen from the wallet of one of the group. The ship’s leadership failed to act quickly enough to defuse the situation and later that day, a group of seven white sailors were set upon by the group and beaten. It took the arrival of a Marine detachment to restore order. Six black sailors were charged with assault and rioting.