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Đây là những dữ kiện về bọn ma t ăng, và lực lượng tam bảo nô GHPGVN TN phá hoại Miền Nam VNCH . Những tên ma tăng GHPGVNTN lập đảng, lập chùa chứa công an CS ở hải ngoại như Th ích Chánh lạc, thích Viên Lý, Thích G iác Đức v..v..bọn chúng cần cho vào tù giam giữ cho đến ngày VN đập ta n đảng việt gian CSVN.

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    Sunday, March 3, 2013 Chính Khí Việt- Đọc để thấy :Vì Đâu nên Nổi ? Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với
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      Sunday, March 3, 2013

      Chính Khí Việt- Đọc để thấy :Vì Đâu nên Nổi ? Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với việt cộng


      Chính Khí Việt- Đọc để thấy :Vì Đâu nên Nổi ? Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với việt cộng

      http://nhabaovietthuong.blogspot.com/2013/03/chinh-khi-viet-vi-au-nen-noi-quang-cai.html
      LTS- Đây là những dữ kiện về bọn ma tăng, và lực lượng tam bảo nô GHPGVNTN phá hoại Miền Nam VNCH . Những tên ma tăng GHPGVNTN lập đảng, lập chùa chứa công an CS ở hải ngoại như Thích Chánh lạc, thích Viên Lý, Thích Giác Đức v..v..bọn chúng cần cho vào tù giam giữ cho đến ngày VN đập tan đảng việt gian CSVN.  Khi nước VN đánh đuổi xong CS, giành được độc lập, thì Hoa Kỳ có trách nhiệm giải giao bọn việt gian giả ma tăng, và bọn việt gian nằm vùng hải ngoại cho chính quyền mới của VNCH , và nhân dân  xét xử. Không có một ô dù nào to lớn che cả mặt trời, bao che cho tội ác của bọn Việt gian , bọn tôi đồ của dân tộc.
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       Vì Đâu nên Nổi ? 
      Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với việt cộng đẩy Miền Nam rơi vào tay cs.

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      Kính quý cụ, để tưởng niệm nỗi đau của Miền Nam bị quỷ đỏ cộng sản xâm chiếm,  bắt đầu từ tuần ni cho đến tuần lễ của ngày 30/04/2013 , CKV con sẽ lần lượt đưa lên diễn đàn các tài liệu báo chí của các hãng thông tấn ngoại quốc trước 04/1975, với email tựa đề:
               Đọc để thấy :  Vì Đâu nên Nổi ?
      Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với việt cộng đẩy Miền Nam rơi vào tay cs.
      Đa Tạ
      CKV




      VIET BUDDHISTS DECLARE '"WAR"

      It was learned the Buddhists have formed "Kamikaza" squads of youths outfitted with masks as protection against tear gas to battle government roops. The communique also raised the possibility that Buddhist adults would join the rioting, dominated by youths up for now.
      American military police ordered U.S. servicemen off the streets of Saigon and instructed them to remain in their quarters. American civilians were advised to stay off the streets.
      Earlier today the military junta named a  new commander for government troops in the
      northern provinces where rebel officers already had brought the country to the brink of civil
      war.
      The junta appointed Lt. Gen Ton That Dinh to command Da Nang and the five provinces of the 1 st crops area where rebellious officers declared Friday they had no confidence in The Saigon regime.
      Da Nang, the second largest city in South Viet Nam and lying 385 miles northeast of
      Saigon, braced for a possible showdown between the contending  forcesDismissal
      It was the dismissal March 10 of  the former 1st Corps commander, Lt. Gen. Nguyen
      Chanh Thi, which provided the spark for Buddhist and student riots demanding a return civilian rule in South Viet Nam
      At least four Americans men attacked in Saigon Friday . Thousands of students amred Buddhists who prowled to streets and heaved rocks to a government troops trying to restore order. The troop retaliated with tear gas.
      Both American and Vietnamese officials considered the growing wave of anti-Americanism extremely grave expressed certainty that Communist has infiltrated ranks of the demonstrators to fan the violence. Friday was the fifth straight day of rioting

      The civilians in Da Nang were awakened at 5 a.m., for evacuation by helicopter and landing craft to the nearby Marble Mountain Marine facilly and the Tienhau Navy camp across the Da Nang River.Ready for Action
      The gathering point was the Da Nang Holel. The Marine some of them carrying flame
      throwers along wilh their rifle and bayonets, were ready for a two-block radius
      The civilians, many of them vomen and children, hustled to the choppter and landing crafts vith no way of knowing where they, might be able to return to their homes or jobs.
      Dinh had more than 3,000 government troops under his command at the U.S. has
      ready to move against dissident military forces and civilian manning makeshift barricade from the airport to the city gate
      Many Buddhisls flocked to  pagodas as centers resistance


      Saigon Police Round Up Several Hundred Rebels
      SAIGON (UPI) , -—Combat police and Vietnamese marines moved into the Vien Hoa Dao Pagoda today and arrested several hundred diehard rebels without firing a shot. Theyripped down anti-government banners and confiscated severalweapons 
      The officers found a young man in monk's robes hiding in bed. He was arrested on barges of killing a policeman during rioting against the government last Saturday and marched him off to jail.
      The Government forces said they seized the pagoda, center of Buddhism in Viet Nam and trategy center for the past three months of anti-government agitation, in order to return it to its rector, moderate Buddhist leader Thich Tam Chau.
      Led by the tough police chief for Cholon, the Chinese section of Saigon, troops armed with bayonet-tipped rifles stormed through the red gates of the great national  pagoda while many of the monks and their followers still were asleep.
      “Don't anybody move," the police chief shouted.. "If any body moves, he will be shot” Scores of youths were herded into trucks and buses and taken to police headquarter. About 40 monks were moved behind a wire enclosure and placed under guard.Under Siege
      Vien Hoa Dao, which represents the last significant center of rebellion against the government of Premier Nguyen Cao
      Ky, had been under siege since Saturday. Police temporarily lifted the siege to let several hundred persons out Wednesday, but then sealed the compound of again, vowing not to leave until the policeman's killer had been captured.
      The suspected murderer was found hiding in a small bed box, a low affair on which a mat is spread for sleeping
      He carried a monk's identification card in the name of Tran Van Huu, but the authorities said his real name was Ngo Van Bay.

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      Đọc để thấy 2 : Vì Đâu Nên Nổi ? Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với việt cộng đẩy Miền Nam rơi vào tay cs.

      Kính quý cụ, để tưởng niệm nỗi đau của Miền Nam bị quỷ đỏ cộng sản xâm chiếm,  bắt đầu từ tuần ni cho đến tuần lễ của ngày 30/04/2013 , CKV con sẽ lần lượt đưa lên diễn đàn các tài liệu báo chí của các hãng thông tấn ngoại quốc trước 04/1975, với email tựa đề:
       Đọc để thấy :  Vì Đâu Nên Nổi ? 
      Ấn Quang (cái gọi là GHPGVNTN ) bài bản phối hợp với việt cộng đẩy Miền Nam rơi vào tay cs.
      Đa Tạ
      CKV


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      9 U.S. Vice President Hubert Humphrey visits Vietnam - 1966

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      8 U.S. Vice Pres. Hubert Humphrey speaking just after his arrival in Saigon 1966


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      U.S. Vice President Hubert Humphrey (2L) in Saigon - 1966

      Reds Hint Peril In Humphrey Visit

      SAIGON (UPI) - Communist broadcasts boasted that nothing the Americans or South Vietnamese government can do will assure the safety of Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey when he arrives in Saigon today. The Communists threatened new Viet Cong terror attacks similar to ones that shelled the citv during the Nov. 1 National Day celebrations last year.
      M i l i t a n t B u d d h i s t s also threatened to cause trouble today shortly before Humphrey arrives to attend Tuesday's inauguration o f Presidentelect Nguyen Van Thieu.Brig. Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Loan ordered police on full alert because of the Buddhist threat and warned he will not let them demonstrate.
      When a few hundred of the robed monks and Buddhist youth marched from the An Quang Pagoda, they got less than 50 yards before the police, swinging clubs, stopped the march and pushed them back.The Buddhist faction headed by Thich Tri Quang warned Saturday its members intend to march on the Buddhist Institute at the Vien Hoa Dao Pagoda and "reoccupy" the compound which is now controlled by a more moderate faction headed by Thich Tam Chau.
      The militant Buddhists notified Thieu and Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky, the vice presidentelect, they will march shortly after dawn despite a government ban on demonstrations. 
      Well-informed political sources said Thieu favors Nguyen Van Huong, who studied law in Hanoi and has become his political advisor, as the nation's prime minister under the new government.
      Thieu is expected to announce the premier's appointment shortly after the inauguration. The government announced a special amnesty for  about 500 criminal prisoners and nearly 5,000 political prisoners to be released in celebration of the inauguration and the Nov. 1 National Day ceremonies.
      American and South Vietnamese troops moved out into the countryside surrounding Saigon to throw up an "antirocket"
      belt around the city.
      But Radio Hanoi, which often speaks for the Viet Cong, hinted another attack is imminent.




      Thich Tri Quang |  Apr. 22, 1966


      TIME Magazine Cover: Thich Tri Quang -- Apr. 22, 1966
      Cover Credit: BORIS CHALIAPIN


      Read more:http://www.time.com/time/covers/0,16641,19660422,00.html#ixzz2MXTY9oQ4



      Vietnam's Political Buddhism and the War

      Friday, Apr. 22, 1966


        • South Viet Nam

      The stench of cordite and the sour-sweet smell of tear gas—the incense of South Viet Nam's political crisis—was missing in Saigon last week for the first time in more than a month. The frail, elegant hands of the Buddhist bonze who had ignited the trouble gestured—and the mobs went home, the air cleared. The crisis itself had not ended, but its course had been changed and channeled, sometimes subtly, sometimes imperiously, by one of South Viet Nam's most extraordinary men. As a...


      Read more: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,899139,00.html#ixzz2MXTwhx8g



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