Saturday, October 30, 2004
Charles Johnson writes, "If the American people elect John Kerry, they will be placing in office a man who worked directly with the leaders of an enemy government in a time of war, to bring about the defeat of his own country: Kerry’s October surprise.
Verified documents from Texas Tech’s Vietnam Center tell the damning tale, yet mainstream media, in their Stalinesque disinformation campaign to oust Bush, completely ignore the evidence of Kerry’s illegal, seditious activity":
The documents — which actually LOOK like they came from the 1970s and not from a Microsoft Word program — were found at the Vietnam Center at Texas Tech University in Lubbock and reproduced from captured communist records. These documents have been PROVEN 100 percent authentic BEFORE their release, unlike those 60 Minutes National Guard documents that CBS refuses to investigate. They show that Madame Nguyen Thi Binh, the Viet Cong provisional governor of South Vietnam at the Paris Peace Talks, delivered a plan from Le Duc Tho — Ho Chi Minh’s second in command — for American anti-war activities that anti-war protesters followed to the letter.
These documents are available at www.worldnetdaily.com or www.wintersoldier.com and show anti-war protesters not only received approval from the communists in North Vietnam, but also their direction. One of the documents states, “The spontaneous antiwar movements in the U.S. have received assistance and guidance from the friendly (i.e. communist Vietnamese) delegations at the Paris Peace Talks.”
Another article at www.nysun.com/article/3756 also reflects on the North Vietnamese anti-war coordination with protest groups.
By the way, Madame Binh subsequently became the Minister of Information for the People’s Republic of Vietnam after Saigon fell. You know what “Minister of Information” means in communist countries, right?
Of these organizations, the Vietnam Veterans Against the War and the communist organizations Peoples Committee for Peace and Justice and National Peace Action Committee were represented at the talks. Some representatives of these groups had their airfare covered by the United States Communist Party.
Shortly after Kerry returned from the talks he delivered Madame Binh’s peace proposal through a press conference on July 22, 1971. He did so with veterans’ families around him, a tactic that was suggested by the communists. However, he said he only attended the peace talks because he was on his honeymoon in Paris.
There are two problems, Hanoi John met twice, and possibly thrice, with communist officials in Paris. Also, his honeymoon was spent at the Jamaica home of the Pershing family with then (other) heiress wife, Julia Thorne, in 1970. I suppose Paris was a second honeymoon.
Kerry had also met illegally with Binh in 1970 while he was still a Naval officer on inactive reserve status, and in fact, all his meetings were under the six-year window of the term of his enlistment. This precludes him from even running for elective office, much less president, but nobody is mentioning it for some reason. Amendment 14, Section 3 states: “No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-president, having previously taken an oath to support the Constitution of the United States, [who has] engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.”
Other documents show the Hanoi plan for war protests, which was basically accepted and carried out by PCPJ, NPAC and VVAW and other protest groups, which eventually forced a vastly superior military force to capitulate to a sniveling gang of thugs because of propaganda and lies.
It was John Kerry’s finest hour.