About This Blog

This blog is dedicated to the promotion of human rights and freedoms that the people of Vietnam, along with many other dictatorships, are sadly deprived of.  The Communist Party of Vietnam constantly supress and abuse the Vietnamese people.  They are a corrupt government that takes the interest of the Party before the interest of their own citizens.  Fundamental rights such as freedom of speech, religion, gathering, and expression are all banned in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.  I simply want to provide the facts relevant to Vietnam and express my opinions on these particular topics.  I’m sure not everyone will agree with my views and that is perfectly normal.  Anybody is free to leave their opinions, the most important thing is that you enjoy what you read and leave this page with something insightful to think about.  I’m new to this blogging thing so I really hope you enjoy it!

One Response to “About This Blog”

  1. hoangkybactien Says:

    “This blog is dedicated to the promotion of human rights and freedoms that the people of Vietnam, along with many other dictatorships, are sadly deprived of” _blog owner.

    I think if you delete “along with many other dictatorships”, then the sentence would sound better. Or it could be rewritten as follow:

    Proposed correction:

    This blog is dedicated to the promotion of human rights and freedoms that the people of Vietnam, along with many other people under dictatorships, are sadly deprived of.

    My english is not that good either. But this little error seems obvious. Hope you don’t mind, man!

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