Archive for August 12, 2010

Initiative 36: The Communist Party’s New Scheme

Posted in IV. Columns, Politics with tags , , , , on August 12, 2010 by Ian Pham

The Vietnamese Communist Party has devised a new plan in an attempt to win over the Vietnamese oversees.  This plan is called the ‘Initiative 36’ and is targeted at all Vietnamese people who live in countries outside of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.  Basically, the Communist Party is trying to convince the Vietnamese people oversees to defect to their side and support their regime by any means necessary.  One of the ways they are trying to accomplish this is by using their musicians to propagandize and win over the more impressionable Vietnamese people from the outside.

It was for this reason that freedom fighter and democracy activist, Ly Tong, pepper sprayed Communist singer, Dam Vinh Hung during a musical performance in Santa Clara.  Dam Vinh Hung is a Vietnamese singer, as well as a member of the Communist Party, who plays a hand in the marketing of Initiative 36.  The Communist Party is sending their artists abroad in an effort to generate support from the audiences more susceptible to their deceptions.  This initiative is dangerous because of its potential to actually trick the impressionable into supporting the Communist Party, helping the Party hide their crimes from the world.  This is a public service announcement.  Communists are the masters of lies and the experts of propaganda.  Beware.

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