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Agent Orange Maker Monsanto Back in Vietnam

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Rau

Dallas, TX

#1 Feb 9, 2012
I am curious about the rate and prevalence of Agent Orange victims. I was in Danang City from March 1966, until October 1967 and from October 1969 until April 1970. I rode motorcycles around Namo, Red Beach, Quang Nam province walking through villages, cemeteries, hamlets around Son Cha, Tien Sha, Hai Van Pass. I traveled often around Phu Bai, Dong Ha, Quang Tri and Peliku. Was there any Agent Orange around the China Beach areas. I did a lot of walking. For 20 months we lived at 14 Quang Trung Street across from Mayor Ty's house.

Has Danang changed much outside the city limits of Danang?

[email protected]
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#2 Feb 9, 2012
Rau wrote:
I am curious about the rate and prevalence of Agent Orange victims. I was in Danang City from March 1966, until October 1967 and from October 1969 until April 1970. I rode motorcycles around Namo, Red Beach, Quang Nam province walking through villages, cemeteries, hamlets around Son Cha, Tien Sha, Hai Van Pass. I traveled often around Phu Bai, Dong Ha, Quang Tri and Peliku. Was there any Agent Orange around the China Beach areas. I did a lot of walking. For 20 months we lived at 14 Quang Trung Street across from Mayor Ty's house.
Has Danang changed much outside the city limits of Danang?
[email protected]
I don't know if the Agent Orange would affect the brain or not, but the VNCH/NGUY people (aka VNCH/NGUY people) are the most pathetic and inferior people I met. They are the most stupid people I ever met.

I have been issuing intellectual challenge to their entire race on this forum and none of them would dare to step up to my challenge. Their women are mostly dirty, got boinked by the Thai pirates on the high sea by the hundred of thousand, each by 10 to 50 times. Their men were totally coward and never defended the women. What a dirty and pathetic people.
Mark Shapiro

Winsford, UK

#3 Feb 14, 2012
Readers are encouraged to visit the 'Agent Orange Action Group' at www.aoag.org for further information on Agent Orange.
da bac ky

Chicago, IL

#4 Feb 14, 2012
did da bac ky and china men come down to south vietnam intended to steal...if yes....too bad...no sympathy
just like south korea will do anything to prevent north korea from invasion...check this out north korea claimin they wanted to invade south korea to unite da people...do you believe them north korea? TO UNITE DA PEOPLE!
da bac ky

Chicago, IL

#5 Feb 14, 2012
china men gave da bac ky and da pol pot da ak47
and they gone wild killin their own people...and da china men git 100% china sea AND PROFITS from weapons
NGUYEN-VAN thieu

Chicago, IL

#6 Feb 14, 2012
now da bac ky is sayin'
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The Deputy PM discussed Vietnam's key development policies for the near future and pledged to continue to create the best possible environment for foreign investors, including those from the US.
.
he he heh
bac ky...nguy done dis once before 1975 and you and da ho chi minh said this was EVIL!!!
DID I GIT THIS RIGHT VC BAC KY...you da ho chi minh nephews even put nguy south vietnamese in reeducation camp for 20 for this same evil crime
whahahahahhahahah

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/vietnam/THUQ...
look at da bac ky NOW
not mention 100% china sea now!
Rau

United States

#7 Feb 14, 2012
My apologies, please forgive me I for not perceiving a challenge. In as much as by no fault of my own I view as a native Hoa Ky the Vietnamese people as courageous, loving, nurturing, family oriented, intellectual and highly motivated. Agent Orange was the focus of my question. You claim they are the most pathetic, the most stupid people you've ever met. Gosh, how many have you met? I can not judge "VNCH/NGUY" people. I can only guess you may be judging a ethnic people who were forced out of their own homeland, abandoning their homes, departing from their life's work, business, to escape persecution whether real or imagined, a few successfully left in leaky boats, were raped, had to survive adrift in dangerous boats, bury their dead at sea, live in crowded inhuman conditions. Not allowed to land in many countries as aliens. Forced to live in concentration camps on beaches for literally years in Malaysia where there was no civil law to dispel rape, murder, robbery and unspeakable atrocities survive. I haven't met any dirty, pathetic Vietnamese in Viet Nam, America or any country they settled in as yet. Undoubtedly there can be people who are dirty, who are pathetic etc. as you described who raped women, killed young boys, mutilated soldiers and civilians; I met a few of them. They came from the north. Pity I didn't meet more. However politics, anti-ethnic comments are not the focus of this forum. I was seeking relative information on Agent Orange effects on surrounding populace outside of Danang. I can't judge Vietnamese; I didn't live in their shoes, fearful of never seeing my family, watching everything I value get killed, stolen, murdered, and or lost. I can not even pretend to imagine how that type existence to just stay alive would drive one to unprecedented psychological disorders albeit major depressive disorders, suicide, and self medication addictions to cope with PTSD, et al. Just wanted to have friendly chat before heading back to Danang and effects of Agent Orange. Frankly, I highly esteem the South Vietnamese who successfully withstood the Japanese, held off the French, and did a pretty good job keeping North Viet Nam backed up in North Viet Nam, while giving us great hero like Phan Chu Trin etc., some of the most beautiful literature and music in the world. Maybe you should consider going back to Viet Nam and meeting a few "real" Vietnamese. As for me and my house, we think they're pretty great! However thanks for your comments. Have a nice day!
Drgunzet wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't know if the Agent Orange would affect the brain or not, but the VNCH/NGUY people (aka VNCH/NGUY people) are the most pathetic and inferior people I met. They are the most stupid people I ever met.
I have been issuing intellectual challenge to their entire race on this forum and none of them would dare to step up to my challenge. Their women are mostly dirty, got boinked by the Thai pirates on the high sea by the hundred of thousand, each by 10 to 50 times. Their men were totally coward and never defended the women. What a dirty and pathetic people.
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#8 Feb 14, 2012
Rau wrote:
My apologies, please forgive me I for not perceiving a challenge. In as much as by no fault of my own I view as a native Hoa Ky the Vietnamese people as courageous, loving, nurturing, family oriented, intellectual and highly motivated. Agent Orange was the focus of my question. You claim they are the most pathetic, the most stupid people you've ever met. Gosh, how many have you met? I can not judge "VNCH/NGUY" people. I can only guess you may be judging a ethnic people who were forced out of their own homeland, abandoning their homes, departing from their life's work, business, to escape persecution whether real or imagined, a few successfully left in leaky boats, were raped, had to survive adrift in dangerous boats, bury their dead at sea, live in crowded inhuman conditions. Not allowed to land in many countries as aliens. Forced to live in concentration camps on beaches for literally years in Malaysia where there was no civil law to dispel rape, murder, robbery and unspeakable atrocities survive. I haven't met any dirty, pathetic Vietnamese in Viet Nam, America or any country they settled in as yet. Undoubtedly there can be people who are dirty, who are pathetic etc. as you described who raped women, killed young boys, mutilated soldiers and civilians; I met a few of them. They came from the north. Pity I didn't meet more. However politics, anti-ethnic comments are not the focus of this forum. I was seeking relative information on Agent Orange effects on surrounding populace outside of Danang. I can't judge Vietnamese; I didn't live in their shoes, fearful of never seeing my family, watching everything I value get killed, stolen, murdered, and or lost. I can not even pretend to imagine how that type existence to just stay alive would drive one to unprecedented psychological disorders albeit major depressive disorders, suicide, and self medication addictions to cope with PTSD, et al. Just wanted to have friendly chat before heading back to Danang and effects of Agent Orange. Frankly, I highly esteem the South Vietnamese who successfully withstood the Japanese, held off the French, and did a pretty good job keeping North Viet Nam backed up in North Viet Nam, while giving us great hero like Phan Chu Trin etc., some of the most beautiful literature and music in the world. Maybe you should consider going back to Viet Nam and meeting a few "real" Vietnamese. As for me and my house, we think they're pretty great! However thanks for your comments. Have a nice day!
<quoted text>
Nah, the North Vietnamese are the good folks, the South Vietnamese are the bad folks. I found out the Nguyen kings plucked out the unwanted criminals, the landless poors from the North Vietnam to be moved to the new land in the South. That's why the South Vietnamese are so pathetic.

I met a few hundred South Vietnamese, and asked around. So, I think my sample bases was in the hundred of thousand. I was told of so many horrible stories from the South Vietnamese.

Why is that in colleges the American professors learned Vietnamese so that they could write on the black board in Vietnamese, "do not copy". When I took my tests, the evil VNCH/NGUY suddenly surrounded me and the professors came to move them out. Then after the tests were over, the South Vietnamese threatened to kill me, "You must have told the professor about us." Basically, the days before they threatened to kill me if I would not let them to copy. They demanded me to write things big and clearly so that they can copy. And they demanded me to stay for the whole period of the test so that they can copy.

I am testifying to the world that the South Vietnamese (aka VNCH/NGUY people) are the criminal minds, the evil doers in colleges. It's in their gene. Their parents taught them that way. Their grand parents were cheaters and evil.
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#9 Feb 14, 2012
Rau wrote:
My apologies, please forgive me I for not perceiving a challenge. In as much as by no fault of my own I view as a native Hoa Ky the Vietnamese people as courageous, loving, nurturing, family oriented, intellectual and highly motivated. Agent Orange was the focus of my question. You claim they are the most pathetic, the most stupid people you've ever met. Gosh, how many have you met? I can not judge "VNCH/NGUY" people. I can only guess you may be judging a ethnic people who were forced out of their own homeland, abandoning their homes, departing from their life's work, business, to escape persecution whether real or imagined, a few successfully left in leaky boats, were raped, had to survive adrift in dangerous boats, bury their dead at sea, live in crowded inhuman conditions. Not allowed to land in many countries as aliens. Forced to live in concentration camps on beaches for literally years in Malaysia where there was no civil law to dispel rape, murder, robbery and unspeakable atrocities survive. I haven't met any dirty, pathetic Vietnamese in Viet Nam, America or any country they settled in as yet. Undoubtedly there can be people who are dirty, who are pathetic etc. as you described who raped women, killed young boys, mutilated soldiers and civilians; I met a few of them. They came from the north. Pity I didn't meet more. However politics, anti-ethnic comments are not the focus of this forum. I was seeking relative information on Agent Orange effects on surrounding populace outside of Danang. I can't judge Vietnamese; I didn't live in their shoes, fearful of never seeing my family, watching everything I value get killed, stolen, murdered, and or lost. I can not even pretend to imagine how that type existence to just stay alive would drive one to unprecedented psychological disorders albeit major depressive disorders, suicide, and self medication addictions to cope with PTSD, et al. Just wanted to have friendly chat before heading back to Danang and effects of Agent Orange. Frankly, I highly esteem the South Vietnamese who successfully withstood the Japanese, held off the French, and did a pretty good job keeping North Viet Nam backed up in North Viet Nam, while giving us great hero like Phan Chu Trin etc., some of the most beautiful literature and music in the world. Maybe you should consider going back to Viet Nam and meeting a few "real" Vietnamese. As for me and my house, we think they're pretty great! However thanks for your comments. Have a nice day!
<quoted text>
According to you, South Vietnameses are brave, intelligent, lablah, blah....One question: Where is their country now? USA' Ghettos? Aahahhahaha! Pls...STFU, you are in fact a South Vietnamese loser, one among extremists. Get that? Aahahhahaa!
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#10 Feb 14, 2012
Rau wrote:
I am curious about the rate and prevalence of Agent Orange victims. I was in Danang City from March 1966, until October 1967 and from October 1969 until April 1970. I rode motorcycles around Namo, Red Beach, Quang Nam province walking through villages, cemeteries, hamlets around Son Cha, Tien Sha, Hai Van Pass. I traveled often around Phu Bai, Dong Ha, Quang Tri and Peliku. Was there any Agent Orange around the China Beach areas. I did a lot of walking. For 20 months we lived at 14 Quang Trung Street across from Mayor Ty's house.
Has Danang changed much outside the city limits of Danang?
[email protected]
.... "For 20 months we lived at 14 Quang Trung Street across from Mayor Ty's house..." Please STFU and stop pretending as an American. You are in fact an extremist which belongs to thousands of SVnmese Nguys in USA. Let me tell you something: Your article is total B.S. I knew the name of that person who lived across your QuangTrung Street residence. His name is KHOI, job title: Mayor, military rank(SVN) colonel. Get that B.Shitter? Aahahahhahaa! If you want to confirm your rightness, just state the name of closest school within 50meters fin the BACK of THAT HOUSE in which you were living. I will let you know. Aahahhahaaa!
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#11 Feb 14, 2012
...."I was in Danang City from March 1966, until October 1967 and from October 1969 until April 1970..."-Quote from "Rau BShitter"-Question from Bob: A really good trick, didn't you? Where were you at Danang in 1968 MauThan Event? You did try to evade the tough time, but not with Bob' sharp eagle eyes. Aahahahhahha! Because you don't want to be discovered as a BShitter when it comes to MauThan Event 1968 in Danang City. No problemmo, let me clarify for you here: 1/ There was no numver 14 of QuangTrung street across from mayor's house. The actual number 14 of QuangTrung was in fact belonged to a series of slumps across Danang Radio Station, located on QuangTrung St, pass DongDa street if you go toward Han river. The mayor house's number I don't recall but I knew his name, rank and the closest school from his house. One more thing I let you know about MauThan Event 1968 and what happened around the place you said you lived: In the event of 1968 or actually just past midnight of 1967 lunar NewYear, there were attacks at Danang Radio Station by a team of ViXi DacCong. The whole city was in curfew for roughly a week. There were house-to-house shootings and searching of ViXi commandos. The whole block was burn down (b/t DongDa St., QuangTrung St, and KhaiDinh St.) when ViXi commandos trying to escape SVN forces. Armour tanks stationed at street corners...Result: There were ViXi(could be civilians) casualties: 3 males, one female all in civilian clothings, age b/t 16 to 25. All of them were pulled by telephone wire tied at their necks and dragging on the street. At the same time, Danang AB was bombed, AnHai military compounds were bombed and elsewhere in the outskirt of Danang City. GET THAT, BSHITTER?
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#12 Feb 14, 2012
One more thing: Across Danang Radio Station on Quangtrung Street, very closed to the corner of QuangTrung and DongDa Street, roughly around 1965 to 1967 (the time you lived there) there was a compound, an actual 2-storey building with fully steel-wire mess from first floor to the balcony, there lived a bunch of US GIs, mostly Blacks. Their building number was b/t 7 to 10-not 14 like you said- and there were frequently SVNamese whores naked, suntained on the top floor. This building had exit on ground floor at THE SIDE, facing to a narrow alley, fully guarded by US GI with machine guns. Aahahahahhahahaha!
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#13 Feb 16, 2012
Aahahahhaa! Cai Dai phat thanh Quong Nom Deneng TAT DAI rui sao? Bolao voi SpongeBob la deo xong rui con a. Aahahhahahhaa!
story of da bac ky

Chicago, IL

#14 Feb 16, 2012
da bac ky are on there knees beggin' usa to come back to commie vietnam
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/vietnam/TD5F...
The Deputy PM discussed Vietnam's key development policies for the near future and pledged to continue to create the best possible environment for foreign investors, including those from the US.
tudo

Pleasanton, CA

#15 Feb 16, 2012
SpongeBob wrote:
<quoted text>According to you, South Vietnameses are brave, intelligent, lablah, blah....One question: Where is their country now? USA' Ghettos? Aahahhahaha! Pls...STFU, you are in fact a South Vietnamese loser, one among extremists. Get that? Aahahhahaa!
Whatafuck made you so mad? Still jealous of SVN? We found our new homes and F & D in the West. You found same things as we do, why? Where's your fuck!ng communism paradise? Shut up go find a job, unemployed idiot like you is a big loser.
tudo

Pleasanton, CA

#16 Feb 16, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah, the North Vietnamese are the good folks, the South Vietnamese are the bad folks. I found out the Nguyen kings plucked out the unwanted criminals, the landless poors from the North Vietnam to be moved to the new land in the South. That's why the South Vietnamese are so pathetic.
I met a few hundred South Vietnamese, and asked around. So, I think my sample bases was in the hundred of thousand. I was told of so many horrible stories from the South Vietnamese.
Why is that in colleges the American professors learned Vietnamese so that they could write on the black board in Vietnamese, "do not copy". When I took my tests, the evil VNCH/NGUY suddenly surrounded me and the professors came to move them out. Then after the tests were over, the South Vietnamese threatened to kill me, "You must have told the professor about us." Basically, the days before they threatened to kill me if I would not let them to copy. They demanded me to write things big and clearly so that they can copy. And they demanded me to stay for the whole period of the test so that they can copy.
I am testifying to the world that the South Vietnamese (aka VNCH/NGUY people) are the criminal minds, the evil doers in colleges. It's in their gene. Their parents taught them that way. Their grand parents were cheaters and evil.
Same old idiot, same old c rap.
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#17 Feb 17, 2012
tudo wrote:
<quoted text>
Whatafuck made you so mad? Still jealous of SVN? We found our new homes and F & D in the West. You found same things as we do, why? Where's your fuck!ng communism paradise? Shut up go find a job, unemployed idiot like you is a big loser.
No need to line up for foodstamps like you did, why bother? Aahahhahaahhaha!
Rau

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Feb 17, 2012
Gosh, if Spong Bob it appears we have hit a sore spot in your memory. Let me clarify for you your information is incorrect that was in fact a # 14 Quang Trung Street. I have photographs of it which makes you the BSHITTER. Moreover I have credentials awared to me from Mayor who did live across the street during the times I indicated I lived at 14 Quang Trung St. Photographs to back up what I am say is true and what you are saying is bull crap. However you are saying the tanks and incident of fire fighting lasted one week you are wrong again on that as well. It last for two weeks. Because we were trapped for two weeks living on " K" rations and ran out of food while the south Vietnamese army literally made camp on our front yard. And the tanks you mentioned had women drivers, on some of them and drove down toward the Bach Dang River to the first street turned and fired dupon a house and blew it up. You need to get your facts straight. I never said I was in Viet Nam in 1968. I didn my 13 months, volunteered for an additional 6. Then missed 1968 Tet and it wasn't Danang it was Hue that caught hell. I later came back to Danang in 1968 and 1970 living at Red Beach near Namo but visited 14 Quang Trung and it was still there in 1970. I have photographs to prove what I have stated. Either you are off your meds, or you are confusing another time and place or you are as we suspect just another disgruntled "BSHitter". Get back on your meds and have a nice day.
SpongeBob wrote:
...."I was in Danang City from March 1966, until October 1967 and from October 1969 until April 1970..."-Quote from "Rau BShitter"-Question from Bob: A really good trick, didn't you? Where were you at Danang in 1968 MauThan Event? You did try to evade the tough time, but not with Bob' sharp eagle eyes. Aahahahhahha! Because you don't want to be discovered as a BShitter when it comes to MauThan Event 1968 in Danang City. No problemmo, let me clarify for you here: 1/ There was no numver 14 of QuangTrung street across from mayor's house. The actual number 14 of QuangTrung was in fact belonged to a series of slumps across Danang Radio Station, located on QuangTrung St, pass DongDa street if you go toward Han river. The mayor house's number I don't recall but I knew his name, rank and the closest school from his house. One more thing I let you know about MauThan Event 1968 and what happened around the place you said you lived: In the event of 1968 or actually just past midnight of 1967 lunar NewYear, there were attacks at Danang Radio Station by a team of ViXi DacCong. The whole city was in curfew for roughly a week. There were house-to-house shootings and searching of ViXi commandos. The whole block was burn down (b/t DongDa St., QuangTrung St, and KhaiDinh St.) when ViXi commandos trying to escape SVN forces. Armour tanks stationed at street corners...Result: There were ViXi(could be civilians) casualties: 3 males, one female all in civilian clothings, age b/t 16 to 25. All of them were pulled by telephone wire tied at their necks and dragging on the street. At the same time, Danang AB was bombed, AnHai military compounds were bombed and elsewhere in the outskirt of Danang City. GET THAT, BSHITTER?
SpongeBob

Tecumseh, Canada

#19 Feb 17, 2012
Rau wrote:
Gosh, if Spong Bob it appears we have hit a sore spot in your memory. Let me clarify for you your information is incorrect that was in fact a # 14 Quang Trung Street. I have photographs of it which makes you the BSHITTER. Moreover I have credentials awared to me from Mayor who did live across the street during the times I indicated I lived at 14 Quang Trung St. Photographs to back up what I am say is true and what you are saying is bull crap. However you are saying the tanks and incident of fire fighting lasted one week you are wrong again on that as well. It last for two weeks. Because we were trapped for two weeks living on " K" rations and ran out of food while the south Vietnamese army literally made camp on our front yard. And the tanks you mentioned had women drivers, on some of them and drove down toward the Bach Dang River to the first street turned and fired dupon a house and blew it up. You need to get your facts straight. I never said I was in Viet Nam in 1968. I didn my 13 months, volunteered for an additional 6. Then missed 1968 Tet and it wasn't Danang it was Hue that caught hell. I later came back to Danang in 1968 and 1970 living at Red Beach near Namo but visited 14 Quang Trung and it was still there in 1970. I have photographs to prove what I have stated. Either you are off your meds, or you are confusing another time and place or you are as we suspect just another disgruntled "BSHitter". Get back on your meds and have a nice day.
<quoted text>
Did you read my previous comment clearly? At that time the mayor name was KHOI, colonel, not TY as you said and I could tell you that CIA ran training program for SVN saboteurs in Cham island, off shore of MyKhe Beach. One more time, I do not believe you are American, but in fact a SVN losers BShitter. The logic? No American could argue with a Vietnamese about the name, all alleies, street names of his...HOME TOWN. Get that? It just like a Tourist of USA start arguing about the streets of Newyork to a Newyorker. Does that make any sense at all? Aahahhahahaa!

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