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Right Intention: Kerry = The Manchurian Candidate

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Kerry = The Manchurian Candidate

It looks as if Kerry’s past association with the North Vietnamese government was much deeper than we thought. It’s quite likely the NVA was directly involved in the antiwar movement to some extent.

The CDEC cover sheet of the "Directive" indicates it was "acquired" on May 12, 1971. The cover sheet itself is dated June 30, 1971, and is entitled "VC Efforts to Back Antiwar Demonstrations in the United States." It shows a detailed knowledge of such VVAW activities as the Dewey Canyon demonstration on the Mall in Washington in April 1971, mentioning the "return of their medals." And the Saigon American military intelligence cover sheet dates the information in that document as being assembled in Vietnam only a week after the Washington VVAW demonstration had taken place.

The CDEC Viet Cong document titled "Circular on Antiwar Movements in the US" notes, "The spontaneous antiwar movements in the US have received assistance and guidance from the friendly (VC/NVN) delegations at the Paris Peace Talks." It also notes that "The seven-point peace proposal (of the SVN Provisional Revolutionary Government) [the Viet Cong proposal advanced by one of its envoys, Madame Binh, operating out of Paris] not only solved problems concerning the release of US prisoners but also motivated the people of all walks of life and even relatives of US pilots detained in NVN to participate in the antiwar movement."

If we had a real media, these types of activities would have long ago been investigated. And Dan Rather wouldn’t even have to forge the evidence. It’s readily available. But we have few real journalists in this country.

But I digress. Reading this story reminds me of the movie “The Manchurian Candidate”, which I saw a few weeks ago. It’s pretty clear that the movie had an anti-Bush slant (the remake had a big evil corporation controlling a dimwitted candidate) but now I wonder if it more resembles Kerry. Think about it. At almost every opportunity during his public life, Kerry has promoted the position of the enemy of the US. He met several times with North Vietnamese and then spent the rest of the war advocating the communist’s position and doing irreparable harm to the war effort. He did it throughout the 80s (Central America, Soviet Union). Fortunately, he was less successful then.

And now he’s at it again. But the enemy position he’s taken up this time isn’t that of the terrorists, obviously. He just wants to ignore them and hope they go away. A stupid and dangerous idea to be sure, but this isn’t the enemy I’m thinking of in this case.

The group of enemies that has caught the fancy of Kerry this time are international organizations like the UN, and countries like France and Germany. The UN, whatever it once was, is now little more than a forum for anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism. This is the organization to which Kerry wants to kowtow, and to give a veto over our national security concerns. And he’s made it perfectly clear that he doesn’t consider any American endeavor legitimate without the approval of France and Germany (global tests and whatnot). Considering the mindless hatred the UN in general and these two countries in particular have towards the US and our interests, you really have to wonder why Kerry would side with them. Or how he’s managed to take the enemy’s point of view in practically every major foreign policy question of the last few decades. Kind of makes you wonder if he had a chip implanted in his head during one of the visits with the NVA in the early 70s.

Kerry = The Manchurian Candidate.

Update: Here's another article on this topic.

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