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Terrorism by US Air Force over Laos during Vietnam War

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posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 02:50 AM
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In about 1990 I met someone who had been a witness to Terrorism.

He was an alcoholic who still had a few brains left
and an interesting story:

He said he had been in Laos as part of some Australian-based
civilian project during the Vietnam War in the late 1960's.

He told me that from his project base, he witnessed and
experienced the effects of

the US Air Force dropping THOUSANDS of heavy-duty bombs
on the jungles of Laos.


And he also told me that, from the best of his knowledge,

there were NO real enemy in the area that was bombed!

This corelates quite well with what I had already read
about the US Air Force bombing the Plain of Jars in Laos
where large numbers of civilian People and other Animal
population were utterly destroyed by US Air Force Terrorism.

Apparently when the supply of bombs builds up in the
major War Criminal industrial plants in the US,
the Pentagon is ordered by its bosses to start dropping
the tonnage anywhere they can,

so the stockpiles are depleted...

so more bombs can be made!


"General GoldCuster had it Coming..."




posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 03:09 AM
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First off, the two references that you have provided, a drunk and a geocities site, leave much to be desired.

Now, much went wrong in the Vietnam War, this I don't doubt. But to call a legitimate tactic an act of terrorism ebbs on the side of ignorance.

I think you should revist the history books, read about the thousands of miles of under ground tunnels, numerous booby traps and hundreds of mine fields dotted through out the country side.

A path had to be cleared somehow.




[edit on 18-3-2005 by crisko]



posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 04:42 AM
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References aside the US did conduct an illegal undeclared war against Laos as they were unable to defeat Charlie inside Vietnam. Only in the US / your head is there any question that this is fact. I suggest you consult sources beyond SOF magazine or wherever you're getting that sh*te from.

www.angelfire.com...

www.mcc.org...

The indigenous Hmong hill tribe people you recruited to fight on your behalf were abandoned when you were defeated. Since then they've been persecuted by a vengeful Pathet Lao who are hitting back at the only available target. These people are hiding in the jungle still waiting for you to come back. Poor buggers are still living under the illusion you're a country with some honour and that when you promise something you'll actually deliver.

worldnetdaily.com...

www.amnesty.org.uk...

If you don't believe me, maybe you'll believe one of your vets who was actually there

hometown.aol.com...



Good old Uncle Sam eh? The superpower you can trust.

Crisko - you know nothing about this - keep it to yourself



posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 10:33 AM
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Terrorism by US Air Force over Laos during Vietnam War


Put yourself in the shoes of the poor souls that fought that war and then complain about it. It was a senseless war and thousands of people died for no reason including 60,000 of our own young men.
So get a clue, both of you!!



posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 09:27 PM
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Escuse me...

That's was not a measley little 60,000.

It was more like an "official" 85,000
PLUS the MANY Vets who lived thereafter
as the walking Dead of this world.

The total number people murdered by the Vietnam Terrorist War
were many many times MORE
than those murdered by the surgical strikes of 911.


What Goes Around Comes Around



posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 10:20 PM
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intelligences, do all your posts link to your web site?
I am a bit concerned of your intentions. Are we downloading trojans or anything fishy from visiting your web site?
You obviously like web design. Is the constant linking to your web site just you showing your art, or is it something more sinister?



posted on Mar, 18 2005 @ 10:53 PM
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Originally posted by intelligences
Escuse me...

That's was not a measley little 60,000.

It was more like an "official" 85,000
PLUS the MANY Vets who lived thereafter
as the walking Dead of this world.

The total number people murdered by the Vietnam Terrorist War
were many many times MORE
than those murdered by the surgical strikes of 911.



Excuse me, but ummm, no, intelligences, the "official" death toll for the US dead are between 58,148 and 58,325!
Here is a real good and objective read on the Vietnam War, one that I have read and one that is probably the best out there that objectively covers the war from its roots to its finish:
America's Longest War

Other links, with references, containing "official" US death tolls:
Statistics about the Vietnam War
Vietnam War
Vietnam Veterans Memorial





seekerof



posted on Mar, 19 2005 @ 11:52 PM
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Originally posted by Umbrax
intelligences, do all your posts link to your web site?
I am a bit concerned of your intentions. Are we downloading trojans or anything fishy from visiting your web site?
You obviously like web design. Is the constant linking to your web site just you showing your art, or is it something more sinister?


The most "fishy" thing You can down-load from "my" site
is more Understanding
(something in short supply at times.)

As for sinister, better keep an eye on President GoldBush
and the UnHoly Crusaders...



posted on Mar, 20 2005 @ 12:11 AM
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Originally posted by Seekerof
Excuse me, but ummm, no, intelligences, the "official" death toll for the US dead are between 58,148 and 58,325!
Here is a real good and objective read on the Vietnam War, one that I have read and one that is probably the best out there that objectively covers the war from its roots to its finish...
seekerof


The problem with "objectivity" is that it is usually

Official Objectivity

and some of us KNOW who that comes from...

$$$$

(85,000+ US military personnel killed in
the Big Money War Criminal Vietnam War.
This was the figure bandied about by
the News' media near the end of the War.
The actual figure could be much higher.)

What Goes Around Comes Around...




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