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massu on May 26, 2012

You cut the necks of 340 Americans? where and when was this? Yet another one of your ridiculous exaggerations

huynhnt on August 24, 2012

He's a delusional old man with deteriorating mental health. Maybe it's Alzheimer.

Che Trung Hieu on September 12, 2012

Ha ha you words make me cry when thinking about 11 sept..that as happened today...

mnpd007 on November 28, 2013

Hieu is a former enemy of the U.S.? That begs two questions --- If he hates the U.S. and its people so much, why does he chose to live his life in California? Surely he's be happier at home in Vietnam. He also personally asked to live in the U.S. and went through a lengthy immigration process; I doubt he was kidnapped agains his will. By the way; I was in the RVN well over 40-years ago. I didn't ask to go live there for more reasons than there's space here.

Second, why does the U.S. allow such obivious and outspoken enemies to enter the country? I'm all for immigrants if they are good for the country. But, allowing the entry solely because it's beneficial to them isn't a wise policy.

I'd do some research before I'd post anymore numbers, Hieu. Death Bridge for Americans? Since you fought for the Cong, you should know how many casualties the other side took in their failed attempt to overrun Khe Sahn. Where is their Death Bridge? Or rather, their 50 such bridges?

Che Trung Hieu on November 28, 2013

Yes, I’m living in USA, because I like American and their beautiful country. The ones I so much hated were US troops who came groundlessly to kill and rape, rob innocent people, children, women (from 1964-1973). But fairly more than 60K US troops paid their sins. Most of their bodies we handed over to US Government; the rest about more than 2,000 were nice food for wild dogs in the Vietnam deep jungle.

Now all the things change, US and Viet Nam are friendly, a lot of Vietnamese come to immigrate in USA and a lot of US guy married Vietnamese women…

Today US Veteran once returned to Vietnam, they would repent for their bloody crime in the past. Luckily Vietnamese are altruistic ones, so they all forgive them…and they swear they never dare to come to rob Vietnam again ! That is so good isn’t it ???

Paul Scholtes on January 2, 2014

You know...

You people should keep in mind that some wounds won't ever heal. People back home lost a loved one during the whole conflict on both sides. It's only fueled by the fact that the US had no business being there. It's not America, it's Vietnam, They had no right, none, whatsoever to go on their soil and kill people and i bet that's mainly why Hieu is still so angry and quitte frankly... i can't really blame him. I'm from the Netherlands and i can guarantee you that i would have an attitude like "What gives you the right to come and invade OUR country, killing OUR people and yet, have a big mouth on top of it?!"

Altho i have to admit that most of the soldiers themself, did'nt even want to go. They were ordered to go there. Do as they were told. The real people to blame is the US Government. Those are the ones responsible for it, Not the soldiers themself. The US government has allways been like that. They allways stick their nose in places it does'nt belong. To name a few: Vietnam, Iraq (twice), Afghanistan, Syria, Who's next? North Korea? Russia? Iran? Where will it stop. They are like a baby. Getting all rowdy when they don't get what they want. You can't allways have your way. On top of that, they are being selfish too. As if America is the only country that is allowed to have "Weapons of Mass Destruction" So what if they have those weapons? Big deal... let 'em have it because i strongly doubt they would have even used them against the US. But by pushing them, by forcing them, they'll feel the pressure, get frustrated and do things they normally would'nt do. That's what i call human nature. we do things we normally would'nt do when we're angry.

Don't get me wrong tho, i love america, the people itself, the movies and such, just not the government.

Che Trung Hieu on January 2, 2014

DEAR PAUL SCHOLTES,

Thank you so much for your sharing, And we honestly hope that from now to the future American Government won't step onto the bad roads as they did in the past.

ON THIS OCCASION OF NEW YEAR 2014 I WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A HAPPY NEW YEAR WITH NICE HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY...

FROM CHE TRUNG HIEU, VIET NAM

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