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VietNam – Why did we go? The Shocking Story of the Catholic “Church’s” Role in Starting the Vietnam War

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The Religious Beginnings of an Unholy War
The Shocking Story of the Catholic “Church’s” Role in Starting the Vietnam War
By Avro Manhattan

Avro Manhattan (1914-1990).
Avro Manhattan was the world’s foremost authority on Roman Catholicism in politics. A resident of London, during World War II he operated a radio station called “Radio Freedom” broadcasting to occupied Europe.

He was the author of over 20 books including the best-seller The Vatican in World Politics, twice Book-of-the-Month and going through 57 editions. He was a Great Briton who risked his life daily to expose some of the darkest secrets of the Papacy. His books were #1 on the Forbidden Index for the past 50 years!!

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With an immense collection of facts, photos, names and dates, Manhattan proves that the Vietnam War began as a religious conflict. He shows how America was manipulated into supporting Catholic oppression in Vietnam supposedly to fight communism.

Manhattan explains:

How religious pamphlets and radio broadcasts convinced one million Catholics to leave North Vietnam and live under Catholic rule in the South, overwhelming the Buddhists.

How brutal persecution of Vietnamese Buddhists led to rioting and suicides by fire in the streets.

Why the reports of what was really happening, written by American military and civil advisers, failed to reach the U.S. President.

Why the project backfired, and as U.S. soldiers continued to die, the Vatican made a secret deal with Ho Chi Minh.

Contents: http://www.reformation.org/vietnam.html

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Posted by trên Tháng Sáu 16, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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