THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA VS VIETNAM

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THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA VS VIETNAM

THE EVIL RED EMPIRE - RED CHINA VS VIETNAM - SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE.
THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA VS VIETNAM – SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE.

People of Vietnam fought prolonged battles with French and later United States. In my assessment, Vietnamese people are driven by a sense of nationalism and they never belonged to either Soviet or Red China brand of Communism. Vietnam is getting ready to face the military challenge imposed by Red China’s Expansionist Policy. Special Frontier Force wanted to support United States during Vietnam War and it is not a desire to engage people of Vietnam in a battle. Vietnam War represented an opportunity to engage Red China in a battle and weaken her ability to supply arms and ammunition to North Vietnam across a border they share. As Vietnam prepares to defend against Red China’s aggressive behavior, Special Frontier Force will be willing to join hands with people of Vietnam in a confrontation that will halt Red China’s empire building activity.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162, USA
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Vietnam fishermen ‘attacked by Chinese boats’: state media

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Deep sea fishing boats lie berthed in port in Vietnam's central coastal city of Da Nang

A Vietnamese fishing crew said they were attacked by a Chinese vessel using water cannon in disputed waters near the flash point Paracel Islands, Vietnam’s state media reported Monday.

The wooden Vietnamese fishing boat from central Quang Ngai province was near the Paracels — known as Hoang Sa in Vietnamese — on June 7 when it was attacked by a red-and-white painted Chinese vessel, the Lao Dong newspaper said.

“The crew signalled to the (Chinese) boat not to use water cannon as they feared their boat would sink, but they fired the water directly at them,” the report said.
One of the 13-man crew was knocked over and broke his leg during the altercation, the report said, quoting the crew.

A number of Vietnamese state-run newspapers ran photos of the sailor with his leg in plaster.
In a separate incident, on June 10, another Vietnamese fishing boat in the same area was surrounded by four Chinese boats and had their equipment and catch stolen, the Lao Dong newspaper said.

Fishermen unload a catch in port in the Vietnamese …

Fishermen unload a catch in port in the Vietnamese central coastal city of Da Nang (AFP Photo/)

The communist neighbours are locked in a longstanding maritime dispute over islands and fishing rights in the South China Sea.

Last year, tensions came to a head when Beijing moved a deep water oil rig into waters claimed by Hanoi, triggering deadly anti-China riots in Vietnam.
Swept along by nationalist sentiment and forced to venture further out to sea to fill their nets, Vietnam’s commercial fishing fleet have often found themselves on the front lines of the maritime dispute.

Both Vietnam and China claim full sovereignty over the Paracel Islands, which Beijing have controlled since 1974 after seizing them from the then-South Vietnam regime in a brief battle.
China’s claim to almost the entire South China Sea conflicts with those of the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Taiwan.

Vietnam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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