This is very distressing, all such people giving genocidal orders against innocent people like that should surely have been tried and executed, and that should apply even to those cold-blooded murderers who still live today who gave the orders for such killings. Of course, it was all just another bloodfest for the yahoos to annihilate as many Gentiles as possible, dressed up in any fashion they like to appear something entirely different.
Largest Known U.S. Vietnam War Atrocity
But Ignored by U.S. News Media
by DC Dave
Reporting on a recent speech by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung in which the Vietnamese leader said that Americans committed “countless barbarous crimes” in the Vietnam War, The Washington Post’s Adam Taylor made this further observation:
And while My Lai is acknowledged, some say that the massacre was only notable because of its scale, and that smaller-scale killings of civilians by U.S. troops were alarmingly commonplace. In his book “Kill Anything That Moves,” journalist Nick Turse argues that American authorities were aware of similar killings and often allowed them.
“The indiscriminate killing of South Vietnamese noncombatants — the endless slaughter that wiped out civilians day after day, month after month, year after year throughout the Vietnam War — was neither accidental nor unforeseeable,” Turse wrote.
Taylor finds Prime Minister Nguyen’s statement…
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