Thursday, November 10, 2011

Voice of Vietnamese Americans honors and thanks all who served in the United States Armed Forces

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On this Veterans Day, November 11, 2011, Voice of Vietnamese Americans honors and thanks all who served in the United States Armed Forces. We especially are grateful to all Veterans' families who have generously shared your loved ones with the nation.

As Vietnamese Americans, we would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude to all who served in the Vietnam War. You have fought a very noble war.

Vietnam Veterans have answered a noble call of not only their nation, but of humanity. Vietnam Veterans have responded to the noblest call of all wars: to fight against the genocidal ideology of Communism.[1]

On November 11, 1945, the people of Vietnam had made a clear choice in pressuring Ho Chi Minh to dissolve the Communist Party of Indochina.[2]

In 1954, one million Vietnamese had made a clear choice against Communism when they left the North to go South. [3]

After 1975, nearly one million Vietnamese risked their lives in the open sea to escape Communism.[4]

Until today, 90 millions of Vietnamese continue their fight against Communism and the Red China.[5]

The United States have sent troops to Vietnam to support the noblest cause against Communism since 1954 till 1975. The US left Vietnam in 1975, but the war against Communism and the Red China continues.[6]

What happened after 1975 in Cambodia, in Laos, in Myanmar, in Vietnam, have clearly illuminated the noble cause of the Vietnam War.

What happened today in Tibet, in Myanmar, in the South China Sea, on the bank of the Mekong River, on the bank of the Irrawaddy River, have clearly illuminated the noble cause of the Vietnam War.

Vietnamese Americans respectfully recognize and vindicate all Vietnam Veterans who have fought that Noble War. You are our true heroes and heroines.

In memoriam of 58,195 Vietnam Veterans who have sacrificed their lives for the Noble Cause [7], Vietnamese Americans send our best wishes to the Asia-Pacific-Economic-Cooperation (APEC) Conference starting this very day of November 11, 2011 in Hawaii, USA.[8]

May the efforts to bring about jobs for our US Veterans and Americans, to protect US National Interests, to secure sustainable global peace, be successful with democracy, liberty, and justice for all.

May God bless our Veterans and bless America,

Voice of Vietnamese Americans


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[1]The Black Book of Communism

[2] Thông cáo Đảng Cộng sản Đông Dương tự ý giải tán, ngày 11-11-1945

[3] Viet Nam: Cuộc Di Cư Lịch Sử 1954

[4] April 1975

[5] Vietnamese Boat People - The Price of Freedom

[6] Vietnamese People Still Fighting Against Communism and the Red China

[7] The Vietnam Veterans Memorial

[8] APEC Finance Ministers Issue Joint Statement on Economy in Hawaii


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