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In The Year Of The Pig (1968)

Emile De Antonio’s documentary and strong narrative about Vietnam war with archival footage, interviews and a soundtrack by John Cage. An early film (1968) to bitterly comment on the war in Vietnam.

August 29, 2018 - Posted by | Illegal Occupation, Timeless or most popular, Video, War Crimes | , ,

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  1. Anyone who was around in the ’60’s and ’70’s’ will tell you that the assault on Vietnam(based on a complete lie, sound familiar?) was the most disgusting act in history(possibly). The “American War’ in/on Vietnam was truly revolting in its ferocity and sheer logistical volume. Carpet Bombing, Napalm, Agent Orange, Helicopter gunships, and God only knows what else, was used against the civilian population, with 6,000,000 deaths according to the Vietnamese.

    “I refuse to believe that a little fourth rate power like North Vietnam does not have a breaking point”…Henry Kissinger…… Sept 1970. Henry is still alive today, with a seemingly clear conscience, despite his central role in the 6,000,000 deaths(and of course the 58,600 American deaths and up to 400,000 injuries to the naïve young Americans who believed the lies of the American government.)

    And, at the end of it, the USA was defeated, driven out by those amazingly tough little people who would not surrender, as Kissinger had expected. And the greatest obscenity about it was, Kissinger got a Nobel Peace Prize at the end of it,(along with the Vietnamese foreign minister Lee Duc To, who refused to accept his……It’s a pity that there is no HELL, for HK to be sent to when he dies.

    Comment by Brian Harry, Australia | August 30, 2018 | Reply


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