Footage: Chinese Workers Destroying Property and Attacking Vietnamese Citizens

The following is footage of one of the most severe cases of violence and destruction of Vietnamese properties at the hands of illegal Chinese laborers.  Though this incident took place quite a while ago, December 28, 2008, it is definitive to what has been happening, and still happening in Vietnam today.  The coverage and dialogue is all in Vietnamese, but worry not, for I can walk you through the entire video, right here.

This particular incident took place in the province of Thanh Hoa, at a local business owned by Mr. Nguyen Van Den, on December 28, 2008.  In the interview with Mr. Den, he clearly outlines how the incident went down. Six Chinese laborers entered his convenience store, opened up some packaged goods of his, and refused to pay.  When confronted by Mr. Den’s wife, a fight broke out between her and the Chinese.  When Mr. Den intervened to stop the altercation and protect his wife, the Chinese goons attacked him as well.

It did not end there however.  When the Chinese goons returned, their entourage had grown from six to forty, their only purpose to rip the store apart and further terrorize the shop owner.  The outcome, total pandemonium as Mr. and Mrs. Nguyen were violently beaten by a mob of foreign delinquents.  The angry mob grew even larger as the riot went on, from 40 to 200 illegal workers.  Not only did they destroy Den’s store completely, but they didn’t feel satisfied until his whole family was black and blue.  Den’s business was ruined as a result, his family, and even some of his neighbors and friends were left bloody and bruised on the street.

Around the three minute mark of the video, the interview switches to the Vietnamese police chief, Nguyen Nhu Nhan, who, shamefully enough, is trying to rationalize the incident on the Chinese’s behalf.  He was defending the Chinese in the incident, accusing the shopkeeper of being the aggressor. Furthermore, Nhan outlines the events of other such incidents up to that point, taking the Chinese side on all of the events, claiming that they were the victims in each situation.  This police chief is a prime example of a Communist lapdog, bowing down to China and turning his back on his own people.

It is a sad, sad truth that many Vietnamese citizens have to put up with this kind of harassment from these violent foreigners every single day. The scale of violence may vary depending on the incident, this was probably one of the worst cases.  Regardless of the degree of destruction, such reckless and violent behavior should never be condoned by the Vietnamese government.  Even if one Vietnamese citizen was subjected to this kind of treatment, the government should come to their defense without a hint of hesitation.  Sadly, this is not the case.  As you have seen, the Vietnamese police were completely useless in the matter.  They are only good for one thing, suppressing the Vietnamese people.  This time, the Chinese are already doing it for them, so they don’t have to lift a finger.  Vietnamese Communists.  Shame.

4 Responses to “Footage: Chinese Workers Destroying Property and Attacking Vietnamese Citizens”

  1. Piece of shit government the Vietnamese Communists are! Nowadays in Vietnam, patriotism is treason! All that talk about liberation, the bodies, the destruction of the Vietnam War left Vietnam as a third-world shithole run by spineless Communists bleeding off the Vietnamese. Ugh, protesting won’t work in Vietnam. Probably violence but will end up like Libyan civil war. Bad thing is, China might take that opportunity to invade Spratley and Paracel Islands. Or worst, Vietnam under Chinese rule D:

  2. What a disgrace that police chief is.

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