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Vietnam: American Holocaust Documentary

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posted on May, 30 2012 @ 05:41 PM
*Viewer discretion advised* War isn't pretty.

Vietnam: American Holocaust

From TDF:

Vietnam: American Holocaust exposes one of the worst cases of sustained mass slaughter in history, carefully planned and executed by presidents of both parties.

US dedicated generals and foot soldiers, knowingly or unknowingly, killed nearly 5 million people, on an almost unimaginable scale, mostly using incendiary bombs.

Vietnam has never left the US national consciousness, and now, in this time, it has more relevance than ever. Claiborne documents the Whitehouse fabrication of the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and further, raises the question of whether JFK was assassinated to promote the Vietnam War.

I'm almost half an hour into this documentary and I had to pause to share it with others.

It is directed by Clay Claiborne. Here is an article he wrote for a
website called CCDS (Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism) about the war on Libya. He is also a member of this website.

It is narrated by Martin Sheen.

Here it is on google:

Google Video Link

Please watch and discuss.

ETA: If anyone can find some more information about Clay Claiborne I'd like to know about it and will add it to the OP if it is posted before the edit time is over.

edit on 30-5-2012 by theshepherd2 because: (no reason given)

posted on May, 31 2012 @ 06:00 AM
reply to post by theshepherd2

Insanity. Pure psychopathic machinations. The fact that so many just went along, all for the body count. People say America had more values, morals and such, back then. Can only imagine how far the digital generation will go. Killing is entertainment. Kids do it all day long. There is no thing called peace. War is the only constant, death the only surety. I have a hard time just giving a # sometimes.

posted on May, 31 2012 @ 04:10 PM
reply to post by Novaroc

I couldn't agree more. It makes it hard for me to want to fight for humanity when I see men who will commit the most unspeakably evil crimes known to man when they know there will be no justice served to them.

Then there are those who were very concerned the entire war, and put their freedom on the line; they speak out against the barbaric tactics being used to fight the Vietnamese as well as treating the civilians like scum, or lesser people.

posted on May, 31 2012 @ 04:38 PM
Nobody else is outraged by this?
Am I on the right website?

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