Demonstrations against Vietnam’s general consulate

Vietnam apparently inaugurated a general consulate in Houston yesterday, and hundreds of Viets came out to protest.

Or rather, hundreds minus one, because the email from the organizers noted that they saw “one person who’s been on (internet) forums attacking the community thus giving the communists an advantage.”

The protests started around 9:30am and ended at 1pm.

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6 Responses to Demonstrations against Vietnam’s general consulate

  1. Jung Kim says:

    “one person who’s been on (internet) forums attacking the community thus giving the communists an advantage.”
    I bet whoever wrote this was the first one to throw away his gun and get on a boat in 75.

  2. Jung Kim says:

    Jung Kim wannabe idiot is trying to use my handle name.

  3. TIM666 says:

    PRO-COMMUNIST SENATOR “HANOI” JOHN KERRY: STOP SUPPORTING OPPRESSIVE COMMUNIST VIETNAM BY PUTTING ON HOLD IN THE SENATE THE 2009 VIETNAM HUMAN RIGHTS ACT (H.R. 1969).

    Senator “Hanoi” John Kerry, now is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is always known as a good, loyal friend of communist Vietnam, not only for his important role in Vietnam war’s antiwar movement, but also for his great efforts to put Vietnam Human Rights Acts on hold twice in the Senate in 2001 and 2003 after they were passed by a large margin in the House of Representatives. These Vietnam Human Rights Acts, if passed, would have prohibited increased U.S. non-humanitarian assistance to the Government of Vietnam unless there was verifiable evidence that the Vietnamese Government had made substantial progress towards the release of its political and religious prisoners, respecting the right to freedom of religion, returning properties, allowing free and open access to refugee programs, respecting the human rights of members of all ethnic minority groups, and taking appropriate steps to end trafficking in persons. In John Kerry’s opinion, the only way to promote human rights in Vietnam is improving economic ties with this communist nation, hoping economic progress would lead to political progress. If his argument were right, then why have the U.S posed embargoes on other brutal, rogue countries such as Sudan, Cuba, North Korea, and Myamar? Or is it because communist Vietnam, like its big brother Red China, is too strong and too bad to be punished? In other words, he considers economic ties with Vietnam much more important than human rights values. In fact, most U.S. non-humanitarian assistance to Vietnam paid by U.S. tax payers has ended up in the pockets of high-ranked members of the communist party; while corrupt communist leaders such as Prime minister Nguyen tan Dung and President Nguyen minh Triet are multi-billionaires, a regular Vietnamese earns only $1 per day; that is why whileVietnam’s GDP has increased in recent years, Vietnamese people get poorer and poorer due to increasing economic gap between a few corrupt communist leaders and the mass. Because of John Kerry’s double-standard view, Vietnam, after being admmitted to WTO in 2007, has waged a new crackdown on democracy activists such as Father Nguyen van Ly and lawyers Nguyen van Dai and Le thi Cong Nhan, who were given unfair, harsh sentences of several years in prison for their democracy activities.

  4. TIM666 says:

    Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh is fooled by communist regime in Vietnam!!!

    Thich nhat Hanh, Martin Luther King’s mentor, is just a propaganda tool for the communist regime in Vietnam. A leader of anti-war movement in Vietnam war, he turned a blind eye to Hue massacre of 5,000 civilians by Vietcong in 1968 and Vietnam invasion and occupation of Cambodia in 1978. In 2005 and 2007 Thich Nhat Hanh returned to Vietnam to help the communist regime to improve its bad image for human rights violations and religious oppression so that Vietnam could gain permanent normal trade status with the US and enter WTO. In return, the communists promised to allow him to practice religion in Vietnam and establish Bat Nha monastery. But in September 2009, Vietnamese authorities launched a violent crackdown on Thich Nhat Hanh’s followers at the monastery, fearing his popularity among the mass could pose a threat to the communist leadership.

  5. TIM666 says:

    Ho chi Minh, Vietnam’s communist founder, is nothing but a disguting TRAITOR & MURDERER. He was a member of the Third Communist International known as “Comintern” established in 1919 by Lenin to fight for the overthrow of the international bourgeoisie and for the creation of an international Soviet republic (the Soviet Union). Therefore, he usually worked for the Soviet Union’s interests, not for “selfish” interests of Vietnam and was just a tool of the Soviet Union to conquer the world. He even ordered to murder his own mistress named Nong thi Xuan when she threatened to disclose her sexual relationship with him since that would destroy his image as a “Father” of Vietnam who “sacrifices” his whole life for Vietnam revolution. But after the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991, the communist regime in Vietnam switched to its big brother Red China and gave up 720 square miles of border territory and 11,000 square miles of territorial waters including Paracel & Spratly archipelagos with large oil resources to China for its backup to remain in power in Vietnam. There are ten divisions of more than 100,000 Chinese troops disguised as bauxite mine workers in the central highlands, and will repeat another Tiananmen Square massacre in case Vietnamese people revolt against the communist regime. While corrupt communist leaders like Prime minister Nguyen tan Dung and President Nguyen minh Triet are multi-billionaires, a regular Vietnamese earns only $1 per day. More than 200,000 Vietnamese women from poor families, many as young as ten, are working as prostitutes and sex slaves in China, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Korea. And according to the UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees) estimate, at least 500,000 boat people lost their lives on their jouney for freedom, not mentioning 95,000 army officials of former South Vietnam died in “reeducation ” camps established by communists.

    Total Vietnamese democide by communists: 1,040,000 (1975-87)
    Executions: 100,000
    Camp Deaths: 95,000
    Forced Labor: 48,000
    Democides in Cambodia: 460,000
    Democides in Laos: 87,000
    Vietnamese Boat People: 500,000 deaths.

  6. MIT999 says:

    All these Vietnamese politicians and running candidates should read all these articles and think about what the communists have done and are currently doing before you decide to shake their hands and accept their donations.

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