Skip to comments.Trump: Does President Obama ever discuss the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor while he's in Japan?
Posted on 05/28/2016 8:36:00 PM PDT by Trumpinator
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Obama wouldn’t be so crass as to call out the Germans while visiting Japan. That’s Biden’s job,
Agreed but this is America, starting a war against us is what matters.
That is what happens when a country tries to dominate a region and spread it's ideology. You go on offensive, you fight to win.
We fought back harder with more manpower an will power. God bless our men and women who fought these barbarians into submission.
They were taught that they were not a superior race and that their emperor was not a God.
Vietnamese Communist Leader Says US Anti-War Activists Helped Their Victory
In the weeks leading up to Memorial Day and President Barack Obamas scheduled trip to Vietnam, a prominent Vietcong communist leader privately thanked American anti-war activists for helping defeat the U.S.-allied government in Vietnam in the 1970s, saying protest demonstrations throughout the United States were extremely important in contributing to Vietnams victory.
For Vietnamese guerrilla leader Madam Nguyen Thi Binh, who sent the private letter from Hanoi dated April 20, victory meant the communist takeover of South Vietnam. The letter addressed veteran American anti-war activists who gathered in Washington, D.C., at a May 3 reunion of radical May Day anti-war leaders.
The Daily Caller News Foundation obtained a copy of the letter at the meeting.
Binh, now age 90, originally served as the highest ranking Vietnamese delegate to the Paris Peace Talks that imposed a ceasefire in the country in 1973.
The Vietcong was a ragtag group of communist guerrillas who were allied with the official communist government in North Vietnam. The country was cut in two in 1954, with the south seeking to build a democratic state allied to the West.
Binhs frank admission highlights a secret side of the communists effective lobbying influence in the United States. Rather than live in the southern part of the country, which for decades she represented as a diplomat, it appears after the war Binh was living in Hanoi, the original capital of North Vietnam.
In her letter, she extolled the American anti-war movement, saying it was a key component that advanced the communist takeover of South Vietnam.
The Vietnamese people have great appreciation for the peace and antiwar movements in the United States and view those movements contribution as important in shortening the war, she wrote and which was read to an assembled group of May Day anti-war activists in Washington, D.C.
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