[back] Vietnam [back] Genocide
[3.8 Vietnamese deaths including 2 million civilians, 5.3 million civilian wounded, 11 million made refugees during the war, up to 4 million exposed to toxic agents such as Agent Orange.1]
 How did the Gates of Hell open in Vietnam? By Jonathan Schell
[1987 Lecture] THE SECRET WARS OF THE CIA: by John Stockwell
My Lai massacre
 A My Lai a Month
See: White phosphorus Napalm Cambodia
[pdf] The Real McNamara
 Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam by Nick Turse
Deadly Deceits by Ralph McGehee
The Phoenix Program by Douglas Valentine
 Vietnam: The History of an Unwinnable War, 1945-1975 by John Prados
[1974 Film] Hearts and Minds
One of the most disturbing books I read was National Suicide. There Antony Sutton documented the fact that we financed the Soviet Union during the Vietnam era, which allowed them to finance the North Vietnamese war effort. Over eighty percent of the weapons that were used to kill and cripple our men in southeast Asia came from Russia, and by the time the war ended we and our allies had loaned the USSR and its Eastern European satellites over $40 billion.[40 Antony C. Sutton, National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union, Arlington House, New Rochelle New York, 1974, p. 44.] Later, many of those loans were written off. Unless we can convince the American people that we have financed communism since its inception, the sacrifice of those who died in the rice paddies of South Vietnam will have been meaningless, and their lives will have been lost in vain.[41 See the videos What Is Little Known About the History of Modern Wars, and The Best Enemies Money Can Buy, available from Radio Liberty.] Brotherhood of Darkness by Stanley Monteith
[2012 Feb] DECEPTION WAS MY JOB KGB Operative/Soviet defector, Yuri Alexander Bezmenov, describes long standing Soviet Manipulation of the United States public opinion. A 1985 video interview by G. Edward Griffin. Several thousand so of Vietnamese were executed in one night when the city was captured by Vietcong for only two days. And American CIA could never figure out, how could possibly Communists know each individual, where he lives, where to get him, and would be arrested in one night, basically in some four hours before dawn, put on a van, taken out of the city limits and shot. The answer is very simple, long before communists occupied the city there was extensive network of informers, local Vietnamese citizens who knew absolutely everything about people who are instrumental in public opinion including barbers and taxi drivers. Everybody who was sympathetic to the United States was executed. Same thing was done under the guidance of the Soviet Embassy in Hanoi, and same thing I was doing in New Delhi. To my horror I discovered that in the files where people were doomed to execution there were names of pro-soviet journalists with whom I was personally friendly......They were idealistically minded leftists who made several visits to USSR and yet the KGB decided that contra-revolution or drastic changes in the political structure of India, they would have to go...... they know too much. Simply because, you see, the useful idiots, the leftists who are idealistically believing in the beauty of Soviet socialist or Communist or whatever system, when they get disillusioned they become the worst enemies. That's why my KGB instructors specifically made a point, never bother with leftists.
Here is the secret in plain words. In the fall of 1968, Richard Nixon and some of his emissaries and underlings set out to sabotage the Paris peace negotiations on Vietnam. The means they chose were simple: they privately assured the South Vietnamese military rulers that an incoming Republican regime would offer them a better deal than would a Democratic one. In this way, they undercut both the talks themselves and the electoral strategy of Vice President Hubert Humphrey. The tactic "worked," in that the South Vietnamese junta withdrew from the talks on the eve of the election, thereby destroying the peace initiative on which the Democrats had based their campaign. In another way, it did not "work," because four years later the Nixon Administration tried to conclude the war on the same terms that had been on offer in Paris. The reason for the dead silence that still surrounds the question is that in those intervening years some 20,000 Americans and an uncalculated number of Vietnamese, Cambodians, and Laotians lost their lives. Lost them, that is to say, even more pointlessly than had those slain up to that point. The impact of those four years on Indochinese society, and on American democracy, is beyond computation. The chief beneficiary of the covert action, and of the subsequent slaughter, was Henry Kissinger.  The Case Against Henry Kissinger. The making of a war criminal by Christopher Hitchens
On August 25, 1970, an article appeared in The New York Times hinting that
the CIA, through Phoenix, was responsible for My Lai. The story line was
advanced on October 14, when defense attorneys for David Mitchell — a sergeant
accused and later cleared of machine-gunning scores of Vietnamese in a drainage
ditch in My Lai — citing Phoenix as the CIA’s “systematic program of
assassination,” named Evan Parker as the CIA officer who “signed documents,
certain blacklists,” of Vietnamese to be assassinated in My Lai. When we spoke,
Parker denied the charge.
......As in any large-scale Phoenix operation, two of Task Force Barker’s companies cordoned off the hamlet while a third one — Calley’s — moved in, clearing the way for Kotouc and Special Branch officers who were “brought to the field to identify VC from among the detained inhabitants.” .....The CIA, via Phoenix, not only perpetrated the My Lai massacre but also concealed the crime.
....As Jeff Stein said, “The first thing you learn in the Army is not competence, you learn corruption. And you learn ‘to get along, go along.’” Unfortunately not everyone learns to get along. On September 3, 1988, Robert T’Souvas was apparently shot in the head by his girl friend, after an argument over a bottle of vodka. The two were homeless, living out of a van they had parked under a bridge in Pittsburgh. T’Souvas was a Vietnam veteran and a participant in the My Lai massacre.
.....T’Souvas’s attorney, George Davis, traveled to Da Nang in 1970 to investigate the massacre and while there was assigned as an aide a Vietnamese colonel who said that the massacre was a Phoenix operation and that the purpose of Phoenix was “to terrorize the civilian population into submission.”
Davis told me: “When I told the people in the War Department what I knew and that I would attempt to obtain all records on the program in order to defend my client, they agreed to drop the charges.”
.....Bart Osborn (whose agent net Stein inherited) is more specific. “I never knew in the course of all those operations any detainee to live through his interrogation,” Osborn testified before Congress in 1971. “They all died. There was never any reasonable establishment of the fact that any one of those individuals was, in fact, cooperating with the VC, but they all died and the majority were wither tortured to death or things like thrown out of helicopters.” [book extract] The My Lai Massacre and The “Tiger Cages” by Douglas Valentine
Future historians will refer to the Vietnam War as “the drug war” akin to the British Opium Wars of the nineteenth century. In 1964, the number of U.S. addicts had dropped to 48,000 down to 60,000 in 1950. Then 15% of all American soldiers in Vietnam returned home as addicts. The drug monopoly was back in business. Two of the leading CIA operatives in Vietnam during that war are Mitch Werbell from Powder, Ga., and Three Fingered Louie Conein, who wore a gold decoration from Union Gorse, the Sicilian Mafia, around his neck.  The World Order Our Secret Ruler by Eustace Mullins
But the American establishment and media denied it then, and continue to deny
it until today, because Phoenix was a genocidal program -- and the CIA
officials, members of the media who were complicit through their silence, and
the red-blooded American boys who carried it out, are all war criminals. As
Michael Ratner a lawyer at the Center for Constitutional Rights told
CounterPunch: "Kerrey should be tried as a war criminal. His actions on the
night of February 24-25, 1969 when the seven man Navy Seal unit which he headed
killed approximately twenty unarmed Vietnamese civilians, eighteen of whom were
women and children was a war crime. Like those who murdered at My Lai, he too
should be brought into the dock and tried for his crimes."
......A famous Phoenix operation, known as the My Lai Massacre, was proceeding along smoothly, with a grand total of 504 Vietnamese women and children killed, when a soldier named Hugh Thompson in a helicopter gunship saw what was happening. Risking his life to preserve that "social contract," Thomson landed his helicopter between the mass murderers and their victims, turned his machine guns on his fellow Americans, and brought the carnage to a halt.
.....It was the CIA that forced soldiers like Kerrey into Phoenix operations, and the hidden hand of the CIA lingers over his war crime. Kerrey even uses the same rationale offered by CIA officer DeSilva. According to Kerrey, "the Viet Cong were a thousand per cent more ruthless than" the Seals or U.S. Army.  Bob Kerrey, CIA War Crimes, And The Need For A War Crimes Trial by Douglas Valentine
The reason why Kennedy was assassinated was he
wanted to end the Vietnam War, and he wanted to end the rule of the CIA. That
begets two questions: Did Rome want the Vietnam War? And, did Rome control the
CIA? The answer is yes on both counts. We know, on its
face, that the Vietnam War was called 'Spelly's War'-Cardinal Spellman's war.
He went over to the warfront many times and he called the American soldiers the
'soldiers of Christ'. The man who was the Commander of the American forces was a
Roman Catholic, CFR member, possibly a Knight of Columbus, I don't know, but he
was General William Westmoreland.
So, Westmoreland was Cardinal Spellman's agent to make sure that war was prosecuted properly. And another overseer of Westmoreland was Cardinal Spellman's boy, Lyndon Baines Johnson. Lyndon Baines Johnson was a 33rd-degree Freemason. He was also part of the assassination, with J. Edgar Hoover, another 33rd-degree Freemason.
........Spellman wanted the Vietnam War, why? Spellman was controlled by the Jesuits of Fordham. Why did the Jesuit General want the Vietnam War? The people of Vietnam, the Buddhists, were unconvertible. They would not convert to Catholicism. They didn't need Rome.
There had been a Jesuit presence in Vietnam for centuries, so it had been decided that about a million or so Buddhists would have to be 'purged'. They would later continue this purge of Cambodia, with Pol Pot, and the purge is yet for Thailand. It was a purging of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam of all these Buddhists, just like they purged the Buddhists of China with Mao Zedong, because Mao Zedong was completely controlled by the Jesuits. So, they wanted the Vietnam War. Eric Jon Phelps
The other thing is that Rome is in control
of the drug trade. The Vatican controls all of the drug trade-all of the
heroin, all of the opium, all of the cocaine, everything going around in
Columbia. Columbia has a concordat with the Pope. A
concordat is a treaty with the Pope. Hitler had a concordat. Mussolini
had a concordat. Franco had a concordat. They want to set
up a concordat here, which was the reason for Reagan formally recognizing the
sovereign state of Vatican City in 1984. The greatest traitor we ever
had was Ronald Reagan.
So, they had a concordat. Columbia has a concordat. Do you think that drugs running out of Columbia, with a country that has a concordat with Rome, is not controlled by Rome? If Rome didn't want the drug trade out of Columbia, they'd end the concordat. The whole drug trade is run by high Mafia families out of the country of Columbia, subject to the Jesuit General.
And the Jesuit General ran the Opium trade, a couple of centuries ago, out of China. They ran the silk trade, the pearl trade. The movie Shogun is but a slight scratching of the surface of the Jesuit 'black ships' that trafficked in all of this silk and pearls and gold and opals and everything they could pull out of the East, including opium.
The Vietnam War was to consolidate and control this huge massive drug-trade that would inundate every American city with drugs, being brought in by the CIA with their Air America, and then distributed by the Trafficante family throughout the United States-Santos Trafficante out of Miami.
So we have the Mafia and the CIA working together in the drug trade. We have the Mafia and the CIA working together in the assassination of Kennedy. Eric Jon Phelps
Well, the Jesuits had brought in all of their
top Nazi SS soldiers into the CIA because the Jesuits were using the SS to kill
the Jews in Europe. When the Einsatzgruppen went into Russia, the Jesuits
followed with the SS and purged Western Russia of all its Jews. That's why
Stalin deliberately killed 40,000 of his best officers. That's why he kicked out
his best generals, purged them, because he wanted to make sure that the Red Army
would lose with the advance of the German army, because following that would
come the SS and purge Russia of the Jews that Stalin so hated. And by the way,
justice is often poetic because Stalin's daughter married a Jew.
Now, the CIA was composed of the SS. The CIA now was an arm-and the intelligence arm-of the Vatican. The Knights of Malta were throughout. Casey was a Knight of Malta. Angleton was a Knight of Malta. The Knights were through and through. Angleton manned the 'Vatican desk', and that is a desk within the CIA that has a direct link to the Vatican. Eric Jon Phelps
Thus for anyone attempting to end the CIA, and
attempting to end the Vietnam War, and also because he attacked the Jesuits'
Federal Reserve Bank by printing United States Notes, they got rid of him. They
killed our only Roman Catholic president.
And it's another piece of poetic justice that a Roman Catholic-not Protestants, like Harry Truman, FDR, and others-it's a Roman Catholic who truly sought to resist the temporal power of the Pope in this country. And in many ways, even though Kennedy was, in fact, a socialist and communist, at least he resisted the temporal power of the Pope. And for that we should be thankful and remember his name.
But what have they done to his name? They've slammed it. They drag it into the dirt. Every time you see it on TV, they parade before you his womanizing, which I don't deny, but my goodness, can't we give him some credit where credit is due? That's why they got rid of John F. Kennedy.
And then, of course, as soon as he's assassinated, John McCone, the head of the CIA, the following day goes to the White House and they reverse Kennedy's Memorandum of reversing the Vietnam War and make a full-scale, carte blache war.
The CIA then is tremendously and heavily funded, because it was a CIA war. And there they tried all of their new technology, their anti-gravity machines, their men who they're trying to make like the 'million-dollar man'. They tried out all their new technology in Vietnam. It was a great experimental theater, and Kennedy knew this. He knew it, and he knew that the American people had no idea what was going down, and he still tried to resist it, against his father's warnings. Because his father was the most powerful Knight of Malta in the Empire. The Black Pope: Interview of Eric Jon Phelps
they needed doctors because they were going to have a war. This was before the Gulf of Tonkin incident. Obviously, as we now know -- it was kind of like the burning of the Reichstadt -- they tooled up for the Viet Nam War. They said, "We need a war, and we'll have it in Viet Nam, and we have to fill these ranks before we decide to have the war because these guys may not want to come if we're having a war. So, in any case, even then I didn't know exactly what was going on. [1993 Interview with Dr. Alan Levin.] Modern Medicine and its Military Links
The kids were given the M-16, and the M-14 was taken away from them. The M-14
was a pretty good rifle. It wasn't great, but it was good rifle. It was being
used since the Korean War or shortly after the Korean War, and it was well
These kids were in active combat with this weapon that didn't work. Basically, what they were given was something like a baseball bat. That's all they had. So the enemy would shoot 'em in the pelvis so they'd die slowly, or they'd shoot 'em in the legs. You know, the kids were trying to drag a buddy out, so they'd shoot the buddies.
A big joke was that one of the enemy stole one of the Marine's rifles, and got into a spider hole and then got up and smiled and then tried to spray these kids, and his gun jammed and so they blew his head off with an M-79. So everyone was laughing because the "gook" got it because of Colt Industries' weapon. You know, they said, "The M-16 is our best weapon. Give them to the enemy and we're in great shape! But you know, this was absolute hell.
I mean, you're talking about arms and legs and guts and shit on the floor and you're sloshing through clots of blood, and bodies coming in and out, and everybody is upset, and, you know, the biggest issue was that the weapon didn't work. And you're in a bunker, and there's shooting going on, and it stinks like hell, and you're in there for thirty hours, you know, non-stop. You don't piss, you don't shit, you don't eat, you don't drink water. You just keep on going from one body to another.
So, anyway, in the midst of this, I ran out to this Colonel and I said: "Look, you gotta give these guys their M-14's back. The M-16's are not working. So he looks at me and says: "Doc, you are too close to this." He says: "I'm a Colonel, the Marine Corps is my life, I'm an Academy graduate, I'm up for General, I don't give a shit about these kids." [1993 Interview with Dr. Alan Levin.] Modern Medicine and its Military Links