Obama Compares Vietnamese Despot, Ho Chi Minh, to Our Founding Fathers

Obama and Founding FathersThursday, President Barack Hussein Obama met with Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang at the White House

During the meeting, which was held in the Oval Office, Obama says he and Sang “discussed the challenges that all of us face when it comes to issues of human rights,” which was a wussified reference to Vietnam’s horrible record on human rights.

Obama went on to say that,

And we had a very candid conversation about both the progress that Vietnam is making and the challenges that remain.

After the “Rice Wine Summit”, as he was leaving, Sang offered Obama a gift of a “copy of a letter sent by Ho Chi Minh to Harry Truman.”

And, then our Marxist-in-Chief proceeded to show his true colors, once again.

…And we discussed the fact that Ho Chi Minh was actually inspired by the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and the words of Thomas Jefferson. Ho Chi Minh talks about his interest in cooperation with the United States. And President Sang indicated that even if it’s 67 years later, it’s good that we’re still making progress.

Liberals’, like Barack Hussein Obama, possess a passionate love  for Revisionist History, which is no more apparent than in the mythology they have built up since the 60s, concerning the Communist Despot, Ho Chi Minh.

Allow me to give you a little history, Mr. President…courtesy of the Blog, freedomforvietnam.wordpress.com, created by Ian Pham…

…Ho Chi Minh was a dictatorial, megalomaniacal, and extremely cunning man. Behind that fatherly smile was a diabolical mind that was capable of deceiving the entire world, leading us to believe that he had the country’s interest in mind. Ho Chi Minh claimed to live his life with only one goal in his mind: liberating the Vietnamese people from the grips of the French. Apparently his one and only ambition in life was to free the country and lead it to prosperity. Whether or not he meant it in the beginning is debatable, but the horrifying outcomes of his actions later on are absolutely undeniable.

…Throughout his entire rule, Ho Chi Minh labeled his forces the protectors of Vietnam, attacking the South on the pretext of “liberating our southern brothers from the American invaders.” Instead of the name Communist Party, Ho Chi Minh named his group the Labor Party, looking to gain support from the working population. This worked quite well, not only for the people inside Vietnam, but also to the observers from outside the country.

Besides the People’s Army in the north, Ho Chi Minh created another military force in the south, cleverly labeled as the “National Liberation Front (NLF).” In creating this alternate force, Ho Chi Minh wanted to simulate the illusion of rebellion and revolt in the south. Ho’s plan was to make the world think that Vietnam had two separate groups who fought for the same cause, defeating the Republic of Vietnam. In reality, the NLF (aka Vietcong) were directly under Ho Chi Minh’s command and was not a separate entity in the war.

The Mind of Modern Vietnam’s Greatest Villain

As you can see, Ho Chi Minh was a political genius who fooled the world into supporting his cause. Through propaganda, terror, and betrayals of his many allies, Ho Chi Minh formed the Communist movement in Vietnam, putting himself at the top of the pyramid. He incited the patriotism of his soldiers, tricking them into thinking that what they were doing was best for Vietnam. He used the entrance of the Americans to trash South Vietnam, calling them tools of foreign imperialism, and created anger and hatred in the hearts of his soldiers.

Many of his policies during the war were cruel and atrocious. The land reform programs resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent Vietnamese civilians in the north. His murderous policies in treating southern civilians was also disturbing and destructive. One such example was the Hue Massacre in 1968. His soldiers captured the city of central Vietnam, brutally murdering thousands of defenseless people, simply because they lived under the government of South Vietnam.

Sympathy From the West

Even while he was committing these evil deeds, Ho Chi Minh was able to cultivate a positive image in the eyes of the world. Throughout the 1960′s, many people in the west bought into his propaganda, protested the South, and praised the North. They didn’t know of his brutal massacres or his selfish intentions. They only saw what was on the surface, an elderly smile of a charming old man, backed by thousands upon thousands of biased media outlets. The “experts” in America believed that he was a saint, comparing him to real heroes such as Gandhi, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King. Judging by the evidence of all the Communists’ crimes, whoever made these comparisons should feel really stupid now.

They Should. Unfortunately, Liberals have no shame.

Lt. Col. Allen West posted on his Facebook Wall yesterday, that

My older brother was a Vietnam Marine wounded in a shelling at Khe Sanh. i find it perplexing and disturbing that our current Commander-in-Chief would refer to Ho Chi Minh as being “inspired” by our American founders. The individuals who inspired Ho were Karl Marx and Josef Stalin. I shudder to think President Obama regards them as our founders. Regardless, an apology is due to our men and women who served in the Vietnam War. I would have taken a walk with the new Vietnamese president over to the Vietnam War Memorial and made him see every name on that wall.

Indeed.

If Our founding Fathers were alive today to hear the Manchurian President compare the Communist Despot Ho Chi Minh to them, Obama would be picking up teeth….or challenged to a duel.

Our Founders were Men of Honor, not Men of Convenience, like the Prevaricator-in-Chief.

As his second term as president continues its descent down the porcelain receptacle, Obama’s mask has slipped down so far, it has fallen completely off. He’s either being extremely careless about maintained his persona as an American “just like us”, or Obama simply does not care what average Americans think about him any more. He’s going to do and say what he wants to.

Which explains how rapidly his poll numbers, currently at 41%, have started to fall.

The combination of Obama’s pomposity, Marxist/Alinsky-ite political ideology, and downright cluelessness as to the values and dreams of the average American, makes for a very dangerous United States President.

He’s dangerous, in that he can seemingly do and say whatever he wants, thanks to having no restrictions placed upon him by the RINOs in the House and the Democrats in the Senate.

In that one off-hand comment, he insulted our brave men and women who fought in the horrible conflict known as the Vietnam War.

An American President would have never made that statement.

Lt. Col. West is right. He needs to publicly apologize.

But, he won’t.

Until He Comes,

KJ

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6 Responses to “Obama Compares Vietnamese Despot, Ho Chi Minh, to Our Founding Fathers”

  1. dogsoldier Says:

    I agree completely.

  2. white531 Says:

    God Bless you.

  3. backwoods conservative Says:

    If Obama were a celestial object, he would be the opposite of the Horsehead Nebula.

  4. KOOLAID2 Says:

    who said you could sleep in?

  5. Gohawgs Says:

    Mao, Che, Ho Chi Minh, our Founding Fathers, in the left’s FUBAR world. they’re all equal…

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