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posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 01:58 PM
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A Vietnam vet group took a trip to Communist Hanoi to investigate a report that John Kerry was in the "Hanoi Hall of Fame." Yes, there is a museum in Hanoi with a section dedicated to foreign activists who help defeat the United States Military in Vietnam. Of course, you would expect Jane Fonda's picture to be there. But, alas, there is John Kerry's picture shaking the hand of a communist official.

KERRY'S PICTURE FEATURED IN VIETNAMS COMMUNIST HERO'S HALL OF FAME

May 31, 2004 - Dr. Jerry Corsi and Jeff Epstein of Vietnam Vets for the Truth report that John Kerry's photograph is featured in the War Protestors Hall of the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City -- a clear indication of the value the Vietnamese communists place on Kerry's support of their efforts during the Vietnam War. The photograph was received in response to a general request last week for information documenting Kerry's activities on behalf of the enemy.



Large View: photos.imageevent.com...

Photograph of John Kerry meeting with Comrade Do Muoi, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, in Vietnam. Photo displayed in the War Remnants Museum (formerly the War Crimes Museum) in Saigon.

(see web link below) The June 2, 2003 edition of the Viet Nam News is held beside the Kerry photograph to confirm the date the photo was taken. English-language placard below the photograph reads: Mr. Do Muoi, Secretary General of the Vietnam Communist Party met with Congressmen and Veterans Delegation in Vietnam (July 15-18, 1993).

Who's side is this guy on anyway, I was in Vietnam and I don't think there is a picture of me hanging anywhere over there, if it is it would still be in the War Crimes Museum if you go by what Kerry told the Senate after he came home from the Vietnam war. hooah

For more information regarding this photo click this link:
www.tinyvital.com...

[edit on 24-8-2004 by John bull 1]

[edit on 26-8-2004 by Firebase]




posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 02:02 PM
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and??? the point? communists use every bit of propaganda they can to furtrher their cause? that sounds vaguely familar....where have i seen such strageties??? thats right! in US politics! i knew i saw that somewhere.


just like north korea keeps the small US ship they captured during the korean war as propaganda to further their cause. no different here!\


i dont like kerry but lets not try to make connections to things where there are none.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 02:06 PM
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And this is important...how......



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 02:07 PM
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Originally posted by ThePrankMonkey
and??? the point? communists use every bit of propaganda they can to furtrher their cause? that sounds vaguely familar....where have i seen such strageties??? thats right! in US politics! i knew i saw that somewhere.


just like north korea keeps the small US ship they captured during the korean war as propaganda to further their cause. no different here!\


i dont like kerry but lets not try to make connections to things where there are none.


It proves once and for all that Kerry is a communist dictator and he will lead our country down a path of death and destruction. Just like how Bush is the grandson of a nazi and will employ his geonocide plans next term if elected.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by mpeake
It proves once and for all that Kerry is a communist dictator and he will lead our country down a path of death and destruction. Just like how Bush is the grandson of a nazi and will employ his geonocide plans next term if elected.



but i want an old fashion died in the wool facist like the duece! musolini rocked!

great, a nazi or a communist...should i die slow or should i die fast? hmmm decisions decisions! anyway....

kerry is no more of a communist than bush is a nazi or i am the dali lama.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by mpeake

It proves once and for all that Kerry is a communist dictator and he will lead our country down a path of death and destruction. Just like how Bush is the grandson of a nazi and will employ his geonocide plans next term if elected.


right back at ya there sportie! This is unintelligent dribble and I think, or at least I hope, deep in there somewhere, you know that!
at you!



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 02:30 PM
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Originally posted by LadyV

Originally posted by mpeake

It proves once and for all that Kerry is a communist dictator and he will lead our country down a path of death and destruction. Just like how Bush is the grandson of a nazi and will employ his geonocide plans next term if elected.


right back at ya there sportie! This is unintelligent dribble and I think, or at least I hope, deep in there somewhere, you know that!
at you!


I guess my blinking sarcastic neon sign was turned off
Of course I don't beleive this garbage!



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by mpeake

Originally posted by LadyV

Originally posted by mpeake

It proves once and for all that Kerry is a communist dictator and he will lead our country down a path of death and destruction. Just like how Bush is the grandson of a nazi and will employ his geonocide plans next term if elected.


right back at ya there sportie! This is unintelligent dribble and I think, or at least I hope, deep in there somewhere, you know that!
at you!


I guess my blinking sarcastic neon sign was turned off
Of course I don't beleive this garbage!


What do you don't beleive? The garbage that Kerry keeps trying to sale to America, or the proof that he worked with the North Vietnam government to help them win the war in Vietnam, or maybe that he caused great pain to the POWs still on the ground during the Vietnam war, or that maybe he wrote off any live or MIAs still in Vietnam for money in the mid 1990s. Go call a family that still has someone MIA/POW from the Vietnam war and see if they think it's garbage, or speak with a Nam vet that was in one of the POW camps, or just a comabt vet from Nam, maybe just go hang out at a local bar and bring up the fact that you think Kerry was a real hero after the war, you know the senate thing... thats right go for it. hooah

ThePrankMonkey
LadyV
mpeake



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 03:28 PM
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I think you're comfusing me for a Kerry supporter there buddy...sorry to burst your bubble, but I'm NOT! I just think that this is grasping at straws. He may have partaken in some messed up stuff in Nam, but where is your evidence that he worked with the North Vietnam government to help them win the war in Vietnam?


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posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by Firebase

(see web link below) The June 2, 2003 edition of the Viet Nam News is held beside the Kerry photograph to confirm the date the photo was taken. English-language placard below the photograph reads: Mr. Do Muoi, Secretary General of the Vietnam Communist Party met with Congressmen and Veterans Delegation in Vietnam (July 15-18, 1993).


1. The Vietnam war was OVER in 1993. Did someone forget to inform you of that?

2. He's with a VETERAN's DELEGATION. I suppose you conveniently blocked that little aspect out of your mind?


Ya'll are trying a little too hard to smear Kerry. Why don't we get down to the nitty gritty and discuss why GEORGE W. BUSH got away with going AWOL and being a DESERTER when John Kerry VOLUNTEERED for hazardous combat duty.

Bushies can't handle talking about that. And rightly so. I'd be embarassed of him, too.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by mpeake
I think you're comfusing me for a Kerry supporter there buddy...sorry to burst your bubble, but I'm NOT! I just think that this is grasping at straws. He may have partaken in some messed up stuff in Nam, but where is your evidence that he worked with the North Vietnam government to help them win the war in Vietnam?


[edit on 24-8-2004 by mpeake]


Thats to easy brother...........evidence

The North Vietnamese general in charge of the military campaign that finally drove the U.S. out of South Vietnam in 1975 credited a group led by Democratic presidential front-runner John Kerry with helping him achieve victory.

www.newsmax.com...

I could fill the forum with evidence but some people are starting to think like liberals and calling the facts "smearing".



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 05:13 PM
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I do not have a very good view of people that bash because they are voting for the opposite party. I view these people as childish, small minded humans that feel they can't win on merit or issues so they throw trash. I don't care if it's Bush or Kerry....this is ridiculous crap, it won't change anyone's mind...so what is the point of this? Trying go build up points? Controversy? It can't be for information in order for people to decide on voting because it won't do anything, no one will change their mind about whom ever is being bashed, doesn't change anyone's outlook...


It proves once and for all that Kerry is a communist dictator and he will lead our country down a path of death and destruction. Just like how Bush is the grandson of a nazi and will employ his geonocide plans next term if elected.
This is just so laughable I couldn't even believe I was reading it correctly the first time I saw it


[edit on 8/24/2004 by LadyV]



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 05:35 PM
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Let's see... as I hit the site, I see the link "Click Here To See Liberals Bashed" and other material indicating that liberals (in their opinion) should be kept locked up somewhere and not allowed out to breed. Then I see a nice link to an anonymous photo with some Vietnamese writing on it.

It could be on the wall of someone's apartment for all we know.

In good photojournalism, you set up a piece with references so that people know it's real -- including real people (so they know it's current) and location shots to prove that the object is where they say it is.

This is just a badly framed photo on some blue wall.

I'm sure that if it IS in a Communist hero museum that they also have pictures of President Bush (one or both of them) plus a number of other American ambassadors and officials along with various commissions that tried to deal with the POW/MIA issues.

Heck, I could show the same kind of evidence and say that it was Bush in a KKK museum. In fact, you could come up with any number of supposedly politcally embarrassing things.

The "Swift Boat Veterans" fiasco has showed how far some of these conservatives will go and how low they will stoop. They contradict their earlier statements (willing, one supposes, to "lie" when it was a matter of official military record but leaping forward with the "truth" when the guy they said was so competant suddenly turns out to be a gosh-darned More Liberal Than Bush poly-tician and a (horrors!) Democrat to boot instead of an honest, Gawd-FhEARin' Republican like any honest man should be.

Yeah.

Right.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 06:49 PM
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Originally posted by Firebase

Originally posted by mpeake
I think you're comfusing me for a Kerry supporter there buddy...sorry to burst your bubble, but I'm NOT! I just think that this is grasping at straws. He may have partaken in some messed up stuff in Nam, but where is your evidence that he worked with the North Vietnam government to help them win the war in Vietnam?


[edit on 24-8-2004 by mpeake]


Thats to easy brother...........evidence

The North Vietnamese general in charge of the military campaign that finally drove the U.S. out of South Vietnam in 1975 credited a group led by Democratic presidential front-runner John Kerry with helping him achieve victory.

www.newsmax.com...

I could fill the forum with evidence but some people are starting to think like liberals and calling the facts "smearing".


lol... being a member of an anti-war group doesn't equate to "working with" the north vietnamese government. it may have benefited them, but to imply that he was somehow in league with the nva is pretty, well, lame, to say the least.

i've been to saigon and i've been to this museum, and they have photos of general westmoreland on the walls as well. does that mean he's a commie traitor too? they also have a memorial to dead american troops... does that make them traitors?

and newsmax... lol lol lol....


-koji K.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 07:55 PM
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The existence of photographs showing Senator Kerry meeting with General Secretary Do Muoi is not in question. In the course of pursuing the POW and MIA issue, it is reasonable that Senator Kerry would seek to meet with the communist leaders of Vietnam. The critical issue is that the Vietnamese communists have chosen to honor Senator Kerry in their War Crimes Museum for his assistance in helping them achieve victory over the United States. The sign outside the entrance to the room where Kerry's photo is displayed reads: "The World Supports Vietnam in its Resistance." Also exhibited inside the room are protest banners and emblems from various nations and photographs of international leaders who supported North Vietnam's cause.

There is ample documentation that John Kerry has met with General Secretary Do Muoi. The Far Eastern Economical Review of February 11, 1999 notes that Senator Kerry met with Do Muoi when he visited Hanoi in December 1998. In a speech given on the Senate Floor on April 29, 1992 Senator Kerry discussed in detail a meeting he had recently had with Do Muoi in Vietnam to discuss the fate of American POWs and MIAs. ( *NOTE: John Kerry OREDED all documents from that investigation be destroyed: see www.aiipowmia.com... ) A photo widely circulated on the Internet shows John Kerry formally posed with Do Muoi. The two men are seated with a statue of Ho Chi Minh in the background.

hooah

[edit on 24-8-2004 by Firebase]



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 08:07 PM
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The "Swift Boat Veterans" fiasco has showed how far some of these conservatives will go and how low they will stoop. They contradict their earlier statements (willing, one supposes, to "lie" when it was a matter of official military record but leaping forward with the "truth" when the guy they said was so competant suddenly turns out to be a gosh-darned More Liberal Than Bush poly-tician and a (horrors!) Democrat to boot instead of an honest, Gawd-FhEARin' Republican like any honest man should be


Thank you very much!
I was getting tired of conservatives and the tactics of who's the most RAH-GHTEOUS.



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by Firebase
The existence of photographs showing Senator Kerry meeting with General Secretary Do Muoi is not in question. In the course of pursuing the POW and MIA issue, it is reasonable that Senator Kerry would seek to meet with the communist leaders of Vietnam. The critical issue is that the Vietnamese communists have chosen to honor Senator Kerry in their War Crimes Museum for his assistance in helping them achieve victory over the United States. The sign outside the entrance to the room where Kerry's photo is displayed reads: "The World Supports Vietnam in its Resistance." Also exhibited inside the room are protest banners and emblems from various nations and photographs of international leaders who supported North Vietnam's cause.

There is ample documentation that John Kerry has met with General Secretary Do Muoi. The Far Eastern Economical Review of February 11, 1999 notes that Senator Kerry met with Do Muoi when he visited Hanoi in December 1998. In a speech given on the Senate Floor on April 29, 1992 Senator Kerry discussed in detail a meeting he had recently had with Do Muoi in Vietnam to discuss the fate of American POWs and MIAs. ( *NOTE: John Kerry OREDED all documents from that investigation be destroyed: see www.aiipowmia.com... ) A photo widely circulated on the Internet shows John Kerry formally posed with Do Muoi. The two men are seated with a statue of Ho Chi Minh in the background.

hooah

[edit on 24-8-2004 by Firebase]


i don't doubt any of this, but i don't see either how it makes kerry look bad. he decided to aid in the reconciliation effort. why is that wrong? as for being honored, well, of course he was honored! he was a diplomatic guest! the US ambassador to Viet Nam is an ex POW himself.

-koji K.

[edit on 24-8-2004 by koji_K]



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 10:21 PM
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Originally posted by koji_Ki don't doubt any of this, but i don't see either how it makes kerry look bad. he decided to aid in the reconciliation effort. why is that wrong? as for being honored, well, of course he was honored! he was a diplomatic guest! the US ambassador to Viet Nam is an ex POW himself.

-koji K.

[edit on 24-8-2004 by koji_K]


he decided to aid in the reconciliation effort. why is that wrong?

Look at the URL link I gave you, or do you just shoot from the hip? Kerry ordered POW/MIA documents, with information of live sightings of MIAs, destroyed to help the reconciliation effort. Call any POW/MIA family and ask them if they feel more reconciled. How can the man call himself a brother of Vietnam warriors? See the link:

www.aiipowmia.com...

as for being honored, well, of course he was honored! he was a diplomatic guest!

Are you reading my postings? I think not, your putting such a SPIN on the information I gave you, you can't be reading anything I put in here. But I'll say it again so folks just now looking at this thread will have an understanding of what this thread is about:

The critical issue is that the Vietnamese communists have chosen to honor Senator Kerry in their War Remnants Museum (formerly the War Crimes Museum) in Saigon, for his assistance in helping them achieve victory over the United States." The sign outside the entrance to the room where Kerry's photo is displayed reads: "The World Supports Vietnam in its Resistance.

The North Vietnamese general in charge of the military campaign that finally drove the U.S. out of South Vietnam in 1975, Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap,
credited a group led by Democratic presidential front-runner John Kerry with helping him achieve victory.
If this man said it, you can bet your life on it. I can see you people don't understand who this general was, so I got you all a link, read it.

www.brasseysinc.com...

hooah



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 10:43 PM
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There is ample documentation that John Kerry has met with General Secretary Do Muoi. The Far Eastern Economical Review of February 11, 1999 notes that Senator Kerry met with Do Muoi when he visited Hanoi in

[edit on 24-8-2004 by Firebase]
This is absurd. Pure crapola.
Kerry, communist? bwa ha ha ha ha ha ha!



posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 10:48 PM
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Originally posted by Firebase
The existence of photographs showing Senator Kerry meeting with General Secretary Do Muoi is not in question. In the course of pursuing the POW and MIA issue, it is reasonable that Senator Kerry would seek to meet with the communist leaders of Vietnam. The critical issue is that the Vietnamese communists have chosen to honor Senator Kerry in their War Crimes Museum for his assistance in helping them achieve victory over the United States. The sign outside the entrance to the room where Kerry's photo is displayed reads: "The World Supports Vietnam in its Resistance." Also exhibited inside the room are protest banners and emblems from various nations and photographs of international leaders who supported North Vietnam's cause.
[edit on 24-8-2004 by Firebase]


Do you have a link to a pictures of this place?



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