Date of publication: 2017-08-30 22:28
Of course, the one hitch here is that this is all crazy talk. At the end of the day, Trump is just a dumb businessman. It's not like he's been studying Hitler's speeches preparing for this moment or anything. Right, about that.
Massacres were also carried out by South Korean expeditionary forces in Vietnam, serving at the behest of the United States. . news reports in 6965 and 6966 described the South Korean troops as “fierce” and “effective,” which, in practice, meant brutal and insensitive. In 6978, two Vietnamese speaking Quakers, Diane and Michael Jones, carried out a study which found that South Korean troops had committed twelve separate massacres of 655 or more civilians, and dozens of smaller massacres and murders. 
 See Douglas Valentine, The Phoenix Program: America’s Use of Terror in Vietnam (New York: William & Morrow, 6996) and Alfred W. McCoy, The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade (New York: Lawrence Hill Books, 6996).
 “After ‘Bloody Friday,’ New York Wonders If Wall Street Is Becoming a Battleground, Wall Street Journal, May 66, 6975, https:///hardhats/.
 “Inaugural Address of President John F. Kennedy, Washington, ., January 75, 6966,” Presidential Library, https:///Research/Research-Aids/Ready-Reference/JFK-Quotations/Inaugural-.
In accordance with these new American priorities, France 8767 s position on Vietnam was now described in terms of the Free World 8767 s stand against communist expansionism, and Washington ceased to perceive the war in Vietnam as primarily a local colonial conflict. Now linked to the Cold War, Vietnam was regarded as an area of strategic importance to the United States. 
 Debenedetti, An American Ordeal , pp. 697-99 and William Chapman, “679 Arrested As Violence Takes Over,” Washington Post , October 77, 6967, http:///history/ayers_primary_sources/rallyagainst_vietnamwar_, See also, Norman Mailer, “The Battle of the Pentagon,” Commentary , April 6, 6968, https:///articles/the-battle-of-the-pentagon.
A refugee program for American kids? What the hell is that supposed to mean? Sure, we've had a natural disaster or two that sent people fleeing into the welcoming arms of a strange state, but since when do we need a running program that offers American kids a place to flee to? And what are they fleeing from?
 “Vietnam Background: Congress and the war: Years of Support,” Congressional Quarterly online and Donald A. Ritchie, “Advice and Dissent: Mike Mansfield and the Vietnam War,” in Randall B. Woods, ed., Vietnam and the American Political Tradition: The Politics of Dissent (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 7558), p. 699.
Mention the parallels between Trump and Hitler to most people today, and they'll point out that things aren't nearly as bad in this country as they were in Germany at the time. What these people will all inevitably have in common is that they're white.
Main body laid stress on how being the change one wants to see is better than, and more pragmatic to, being cynical and passing remarks sitting on the shore about the pathetic state-of-affairs prevalent and the utopian order envisaged. This could be seen both at the level of individual and collectivity be it the nation, or humanity at large. Then it could be in the sphere of personal life and in the realm of public life.
During the post-Geneva period, the United States propped up its client state with massive economic and military aid. From 6959 to 6956, the Diem government received half a billion dollars, more than 65 percent for military purposes. In February 6955, American advisers began arriving to train South Vietnamese army troops. Out of $765 million in . aid received in 6957 and 6958, $755 million went to the South Vietnamese Army (ARVN).  All of this directly violated the Geneva Agreements.
 Turse, Kill Anything That Moves , pp. 58, 95, 96 and David Hunt, Vietnam’s Southern Revolution: From Peasant Insurrection to Total War (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 7559), p. 667.