Myth: After NVN "liberated" the South, everything went well and suffering ended.

Fact: After NVN "liberated" the South, millions of people died and the suffering still hasn't ended.

  • "[What happened in Vietnam after we left] was nothing compared to the ongoing slaughter while we were occupying and fighting in Vietnam." -¬†Howard Zinn¬†Sept. 8, 2005
  • "...what I'm saying is that yes, there will be some recrimination but far, far less than the 200,000 a year who are murdered by the United States of America" - John Kerry, Congressional Testimony
  • At least 250,000 and possibly over 500,000 "boat people" died trying to escape Vietnam after the communist takeover.
  • At least 200,000 and as many as 600,000 died in "re-education" camps after the communist takeover.
  • 1.7 million were slaughtered in Cambodia as a direct result of the communist takeover of Vietnam.
  • At least 100,000 Hmong were killed in Laos. They continue to be pursued by the Vietnamese government today.
  • The Vietnamese government is still hunting down, harassing and killing Vietnamese Montagnards.
  • About 2 million people left Vietnam to escape communism. They settled in countries all over the world.

Confirming Evidence

The Solzhenitsyn of Vietnam

The New Vietnam

Statistics Of Vietnamese Democide - Estimates, Calculations, And Sources

Still Vietnamese refugees

Cambodian Genocide Program

John Kerry's Congressional testimony

Howard Zinn's interview in Raw Story

Vietnam: Montagnards Harshly Persecuted - Forced Renunciation of Faith, Harassment, Violence, and Arrests

Laos: Attacks Intensify Against Lao, Hmong People

Vietnamese Boat People

Vietnamese Re-education Camps

The Forgotten Victims In Vietnam

Chomsky Lies

Repression in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Executions and Population Relocation

Blood on their hands: the victims Vietnam peace protesters forgot