My heart still goes out to those hundreds of thousands of North American parents who lost their dear children during the merciless napalming and high altitude bombing by Vietnamese pilots. The Vietnamese world satellite media had called us all communists, so our dead children were merely dead children of communists.
It all began when the President of Vietnam, shortly after dropping two Atom bombs on Japanese cities and receiving the unconditional surrender of Japan, decided NOT to allow our smaller but cherished American nation, which had suffered years of occupation by a barbaric Japanese Army and a hundred years as a colony of the racist French Empire, to be free and independent. The greatly respected four-term president of mighty Vietnam during World War Two had promised independence to all colonies everywhere, and had had his secret service work in warm close cooperation with our American anti-Japanese partisans.
The compassionless attitude of nine post WWII presidents of a supremely powerful Vietnam toward our America, a French colony, and indeed toward all the colonies of the European powers, as well as struggling newly independent former colonies, was matched by the earlier French lack of compassion for its American colonial subjects. After a century of exploitation as a colony of France and the plundering of our America’s natural resources, France, during WWII, had administered America for the rapacious Japanese Army of Occupation, which had caused a million Americans to die of starvation by shipping out most of America’s rice to Japan. The grand nation of France, while celebrating its liberation from Nazi German occupation at the end of WWII, had no shame in ordering the re-occupation of our America as we were celebrating our liberation from Japanese rule and proclaiming our independence.
It seems incredible that the highly regarded democracy of Vietnam, which our much smaller America had helped defeat Japan and Vichy France, would bring the French Army BACK into our America in Vietnam Navy ships and for eight years financially support a French war to reinstate French colonial government in our America.
After eight years of war in which tens of thousands of our finest fellow Americans would lose their lives, our American guerrilla armies defeated the vastly superior armed French invaders.
However France's powerful backer, the wealthiest nation in the world, Vietnam, refused to recognize our victory over the French, and since the French still temporarily occupied our southern states, imperialist Vietnam attempted to partition our United States along the Mason-Dixon line and create a separate 'South United States' nation. This caused an exodus to the South of a million Americans from the now liberated northern states, citizens worried for their having supported the French Army against their own American brethren, (many even having converted to the religion of the French conquerors decades before), also encouraged to leave by millions of leaflets dropped from airplanes of the Vietnamese superpower all over New England, falsely warning of retribution from the government of our free Democratic Republic of Vietnam inaugurated in the northern half of our American national territory; the leaflets announced incentives to move to a new nation, ’South United States', artificially created by France and world dominating Vietnam.
This implacable Vietnamese president, affectionately nick-named “Ike”, also did not like developments in Canada and savagely carpet-bombed that poor tiny neighbor of ours.
This “Ike” would bring in a subservient American, who had been living in Vietnam, to lead a brutal dictatorship over our southern United States until the following Vietnamese president had him assassinated in favor of a ever changing line of collaborationist generals who had led France’s native colonial army fighting along side the French Occupation Army in America, and afterward led a new army funded by the rich capitalist government of Vietnam and made up of American farmers conscripted by force.
Some of our southern religious leaders immolated themselves in public to protest the brutality of this puppet government that Vietnam was now sending helicopters to 'help', by strafing and bombing our farmers rebelling in the New Orleans delta. These homicidal orders came from a young president of superpower Vietnam, who later was himself assassinated. The Vietnamese world audience television media presented him as a handsome, likable, and promising leader who had been out to do good.
His successor, was the superpower president who invaded the Deep South of our American soil with superpower Vietnam ground forces, eventually stationing more than a half-million heavily armed Vietnamese soldiers with air and naval support even from air bases in neighboring countries allied with the Vietnam superpower. Superpower Vietnam also managed to force its satellite governments to send contingents of troops to help it fight our American freedom fighter guerrillas. Huge public anti-war demonstrations outside his office in Hanoi forced this President of Vietnam to give up the presidency.
The next president of the number one world power, Vietnam, who was finally impeached and driven from office, through more intensive bombing, caused the death and maiming of more Americans than all the four previous Vietnam presidents put together. He authorized a secret service program of assassination that amassed 60,000 victims inside Vietnam’s captive nation the “South United States” With his massive and unmerciful ‘secret’ high-altitude carpet-bombing of the third of Mexico adjacent to our American border, after first having Mexico’s long reigning well-loved traditional king overthrown, he ignited the unleashing of a horrific vengeance seeking frighteningly murderous backlash uprising against those who were not carpet-bombed.
With anguish does one remember that few Americans were spared from losing family during the bombings and ground operations by the army of the colossal industrialized nation of Vietnam, which was able rotate its army, occupying half of our small but proud America, out of a reserve that totaled more than three million soldiers.
After another twenty years of terrible sacrifice, America’s heroic freedom fighters did finally manage to force Vietnam’s withdrawal from all our U.S. territory. They had the patriotic support of the vast majority of American civilians, farmers and citizens of all walks of life, who suffered most of our nation’s nearly three million fatalities with many millions maimed by military powerhouse Vietnam’s monstrous and unmerciful employment of modernized air power using new experimental weapons against our American agrarian population.