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Vietnam: American Holocaust (2008)

Unrated | | Documentary | Video 8 November 2008
VIETNAM: AMERICAN HOLOCAUST exposes one of the worst cases of sustained mass slaughter in history, carefully planned and executed by presidents of both parties. Our dedicated generals and ... See full summary »

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VIETNAM: AMERICAN HOLOCAUST exposes one of the worst cases of sustained mass slaughter in history, carefully planned and executed by presidents of both parties. Our dedicated generals and foot soldiers, knowingly or unknowingly, killed nearly 5 million people, on an almost unimaginable scale, mostly using incendiary bombs. Vietnam has never left our national consciousness, and now, in this time, it has more relevance than ever. Claiborne documents the Whitehouse fabrication of the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and further, raises the question of whether JFK was assassinated to promote the Vietnam War. Martin Sheen, who played the leading role in Apocalypse Now almost 30 years ago, has generously lent his powerful voice to this actual history of the War in Vietnam. Written by Juri Koll for Linux Beach Productions

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Before Iraq there was Vietnam

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8 November 2008 (USA)  »

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How is this not a 10 or at least a 9?
13 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

These army vets... Or at least the one that wrote a review bitched about the bias... There was no bias. It simply showed the utterly derisive attitude the U.S. troops showed towards these people. Beasts with weapons that killed civilians with every tool of war possible. tortured and raped children and women. How is that bias? Are we supposed to defend such behavior? Even if Vietnam was in a control struggle, even being oppressed——all we did was come in and make it much, MUCH WORSE.

You want a non-bias document of the war? It'll be just as bad or worse than this. Killing people is inexcusable, especially the innocent on their own land and in their homes. Go make excuses for your demonic actions somewhere else. Like hell.


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