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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    Do you know Vietnam is known as the most peaceful and safest in the world?
    By the Vietmanese no doubt. I thought the Vietnam was a place where a little electricity is often applied to the testicles of those that didn't agree with the government about how wonderful socialist Vietnam was. Doesn't sound very peaceful or safe to me.
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    i love the socialism, it brings to our freedom and liberty.Karl Marc and enghen said that the capitalism become the socialism at last.
    Viva the socialism.
    Socialism? what socialism? socialism, even in Vietnam, is by now little more than high-sounding declarations on the 1st of may. The rule is: get rich, as long as the Party gets its share
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    (Original post by Howard)
    By the Vietmanese no doubt. I thought the Vietnam was a place where a little electricity is often applied to the testicles of those that didn't agree with the government about how wonderful socialist Vietnam was. Doesn't sound very peaceful or safe to me.
    The Vietnam government has a history of persecuting certain ethnic minorities (Montagnards, hmongs) as well as the Buddhist Unified Church (which, contrary to the official Buddhist church, is not controlled by Government).

    A short tour on Amnesty's website will tell you a few things about peaceful, democratic Vietnam
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    Do you know Vietnam is known as the most peaceful and safest in the world?.
    Not if you step on one of the 130,000 unexploded land mines that are sprinkled around.

    [edit] Make that 3.5 million land mines
    http://www.cdi.org/friendlyversion/p...documentID=514
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    I'm guessing she does not have access to Amnesty International, nor the BBC, nor Human Rights Watch now... Cungdantinhyeu, with all do respect, I currently live in China, and it really amazes me how little the people know concerning the horrors of their country. The government keeps lots of information from you, why do you think that is?
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    (Original post by Kondar)
    I'm guessing she does not have access to Amnesty International, nor the BBC, nor Human Rights Watch now.
    Kondar, I think she's a he.

    Read your post on the vast gap between the rich and poor in China....interesting.
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    thanks for your opinion,Kondar and giordano.
    and about Douglas"s opinion, I am sure that he hasnot visited to Vietnam. Not only Douglas,but also lots of people are the same opinion about Vietnam.If they visit Vietnam ,they will change their opinion, all the foreigner visitor visiting Vietnam are very surprised at our country face,they like to visit a lot of our lanscape, we have a lot of world legacies,such as: Halong Bay,Phong Nha-Kebang national Cave and Garden, Nha Trang Bay....
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    thanks for your opinion,Kondar and giordano.
    and about Douglas"s opinion, I am sure that he hasnot visited to Vietnam. Not only Douglas,but also lots of people are the same opinion about Vietnam.If they visit Vietnam ,they will change their opinion, all the foreigner visitor visiting Vietnam are very surprised at our country face,they like to visit a lot of our lanscape, we have a lot of world legacies,such as: Halong Bay,Phong Nha-Kebang national Cave and Garden, Nha Trang Bay....
    I've never visited the moon but that doesn't stop me from having some sort of an opinion about the place.
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    thanks for your opinion,Kondar and giordano.
    and about Douglas"s opinion, I am sure that he hasnot visited to Vietnam. Not only Douglas,but also lots of people are the same opinion about Vietnam.If they visit Vietnam ,they will change their opinion, all the foreigner visitor visiting Vietnam are very surprised at our country face,they like to visit a lot of our lanscape, we have a lot of world legacies,such as: Halong Bay,Phong Nha-Kebang national Cave and Garden, Nha Trang Bay....
    and pray they dont step on one of the 3.5 million land mines?
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    thanks for your opinion,Kondar and giordano.
    and about Douglas"s opinion, I am sure that he hasnot visited to Vietnam. Not only Douglas,but also lots of people are the same opinion about Vietnam.If they visit Vietnam ,they will change their opinion, all the foreigner visitor visiting Vietnam are very surprised at our country face,they like to visit a lot of our lanscape, we have a lot of world legacies,such as: Halong Bay,Phong Nha-Kebang national Cave and Garden, Nha Trang Bay....
    Thanks to you, cungdantinhyeu. Vietnam is a very beautiful country, and it is also developing strongly. I only hope that you will get more democracy and human rights as soon as possible.
    All the best
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    Dont confuse about Vietnam as all the human right organization discribed.They said that in Vietnam,there are not human right and religion,and the gorveman delete the religion....Do you think that The US sent millions of dolars to the Vietnamese rebelliation , they want to destroy the peace and independence of our country.
    The American always inform about the human right in the world, but i think they should ( or must) solve the human right in thier country-US.
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    thanks for your opinion,Kondar and giordano.
    and about Douglas"s opinion, I am sure that he hasnot visited to Vietnam. Not only Douglas,but also lots of people are the same opinion about Vietnam.If they visit Vietnam ,they will change their opinion, all the foreigner visitor visiting Vietnam are very surprised at our country face,they like to visit a lot of our lanscape, we have a lot of world legacies,such as: Halong Bay,Phong Nha-Kebang national Cave and Garden, Nha Trang Bay....
    I might be coming to Vietnam if a couple weeks. I am a teacher in China and we have our Spring Festival. I will be visiting Guilin which is right on the border of Vietnam.

    What do you think are the best places to visit in Vietnam?
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    (Original post by Kondar)
    I might be coming to Vietnam if a couple weeks. I am a teacher in China and we have our Spring Festival. I will be visiting Guilin which is right on the border of Vietnam.

    What do you think are the best places to visit in Vietnam?
    Both my brothers have been to Vietnam, neither was impressed. One brother visited Laos, said it was fantastic.

    Anyway, watch out for land mines.
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    Dear Kondar
    Vietnam has a lot of beautiful lanscapes, if you have chance to Vietnam, I think you should go to visit Hanoi,our capital. And the next, you will visit Halong Bay,Hue emperor,Hochiminh City....
    Especially, The tour in Vietnam is very cheap, the food is very delicious ,the human is very friendly and kindhearted,...
    If you visit hanoi,call me and maybe i will help you to have a wonderfull time in hanoi(if i have free time).
    welcome to Vietnam and you will have a new opinion a bout my country.
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    (Original post by Speciez99)
    IN IRAQ AS ITS NOT DEMOCRACY!
    Do yourself and Howard have any comments on the election outcome so far?
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    (Original post by Howard)
    These elections are farsical.
    Id say 60-70% of Iraq doesnt agree.
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    i think that The American want to be the leader of all over the world.
    They want to build a government in Iraq that they can control it.
    After that,they will have a lot of petrol, the most important sources in the future.
    Not only the Iraq but also all the countries dont want to be a slave of The American.You can know that the Vietnamese have a simple about againsting the enemy ( American), but the Iraq havent got ability to liberte their country,because their government is the American"s.
    Vietnam has the Vietnamese communist Party which lead us from this glories to other glories.
    Do you agree with my point of view?
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    i think that The American want to be the leader of all over the world.
    They want to build a government in Iraq that they can control it.
    After that,they will have a lot of petrol, the most important sources in the future.
    Not only the Iraq but also all the countries dont want to be a slave of The American.You can know that the Vietnamese have a simple about againsting the enemy ( American), but the Iraq havent got ability to liberte their country,because their government is the American"s.
    Vietnam has the Vietnamese communist Party which lead us from this glories to other glories.
    Do you agree with my point of view?
    I appreciate your invitation and information about Vietnam, but I will probably not be able to make it down there until this summer. I do want to go though, it looks very beautiful.

    In regards to your comments- Socialism just does not work. There is not a successful socialist country on earth- the only countries that use socialism are poor third world countries. The US did not want to control Vientman directly, but rather, wanted to make sure that communism would not succeed. In that sense the US accomplished its goal. You seem to be very educated as you can communicate on this forum rather well. I can only hope that you will one day travel to the West and maybe study in the West. There you can get a true idea of how things are in your country. Vientman, while a beautiful country is guilty of some very bad human rights violations.

    We appreciate your insights.
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    Vietnam is not a heaven but not a hell.
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    (Original post by cungdantinhyeu)
    Vietnam is not a heaven but not a hell.
    Someplace in between then. Pergatory perhaps?
 
 
 

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