From: James 25 Mar 2000
>>Korea and Viet Nam were never planned to be won, but instead they were
planned so big money could be made by the bankers and all their political
lackeys who sit in Public Office all over the United States and in other
governments of the world.
>No the purpose was to ensure that the countries couldn't escape the US
sphere of dominance. But militarily the US lost.
>... or due to the superiority of the tactics used by the viet minh.
Like their superior tactics in the Tet offensive? This was the biggest
debacle in modern military history. The Viet Minh basically ceased to exist
as an organised fighting force.
I've maybe just swallowed prideful lies, but I've heard from many sources
that US forces in Vietnam never lost a major engagement.
We just had to give back the same piece of land we'd fought to win, again &
again -eventually to just giving the communist north the entire country.
Saying the wars were fought to keep the regions in "the US sphere of
dominance" says that they wanted to keep them where we could profit from
them. The same thing.
>both sides had agrred to fight a limited war (Korea), the US would not bomb
china and the chinese would not send their own troops into action.
But the Chinese did, didn't they?
>>Planned wars by international corporate socialists money barons within
the United States and throughout the world brings great profit to the
of banks and war manufacturing plants that they control and own all across
the United States.
>>These same people got filthy rich on the ... profit for supply "war
Korea and Viet Nam.
>A corporate socialist is a contradiction in terms.
>Socialism is against production for profit, corporations only exist to make
Don't quibble with his enormous errors. It's the right of every bozo with a
grudge to mix freely.
Just like saying that to control big businesses & bigger governments, we
want a democratic federation of independant nations, means we want a
communist, socialist, mega-corporate dictatorship of "One government, one
Aside from this mistake, I agree with him as to the reasons we've gone to
>>By now you should have come to realize "why" there were so many
restrictions on our soldiers during combat in Korea and Viet Nam, and why
we were NOT ALLOWED TO WIN? not allowed to bomb certain targets,
not allowed to really do anything in a positive manner to destroy the enemy.
>because a limited war was the strategy.
Says the same thing.
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