JOHN KERRY DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE THIS FILM
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This will be the best security for maintaining our liberties.
A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know
and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved.
It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins.
Perhaps you heard about the documentary movie, "Stolen Honor: Wounds that
Never Heal," that John Kerry threatened with lawsuits if anyone dared to
show it on television. The Kerry Campaign even forced a small cable
broadcaster to back down from airing it. So much for "Free Speech." Of
course, it's perfectly OK to show Michael Moore's propaganda movie -- but
this isn't about being fair, is it?! So, if you would like the
opportunity to see the movie that the Kerry campaign suppressed, here's
your chance. Oh, and be sure to pass this on!
"When John Kerry appeared before the US Senate in the spring of 1971, his
anti-war testimony accusing American soldiers of barbaric acts in Vietnam
sent shock waves throughout America and the world. In 'Stolen Honor' you
will hear former POWs tell their bone-chilling stories of their brutal
lives as prisoners of war in North Vietnam. You will hear how these POWs
suffered as their Communist torturers read them John Kerry's words
accusing American soldiers of atrocities, including the killing of
innocent babies. Like John Kerry, these evil torturers demanded the POWs
confess to Kerry's 'war crimes' allegations. Unlike John Kerry, these men
would never denounce the United States."
"Every person should ask: What is it that John Kerry doesn't want people
to see?" --Charlie Gerow, Spokesman for "Stolen Honor"
Watch "STOLEN HONOR" Online - Right Now!
CLICK HERE TO WATCH -- CORRECTED LINKS:
The documentary is 42 minutes long. The Stolen Honor website : The producers of the documentary have stated in the Washington Times
that they are making the documentary immediately available at no charge
PLEASE HELP: Upload this documentary on KAZAA and other file sharing
sites. Spread it so far and wide, the Kerry thugs won't be able to shut
it down. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THIS DOCUMENTARY. The Kerry
campaign is threatening the producers and Sinclair with lawsuits and
boycotts to suppress it [while saying not a word about Michael Moore's
Farenheit 9/11 being aired].
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Vietnamese Communists Directed John Kerry
by Art Moore
World Net Daily
October 26, 2004
Discovered papers: Hanoi directed Kerry Recovered Vietnam documents
'smoking gun' researchers claim
The first documentary evidence that Vietnamese communists were directly
steering John Kerry's antiwar group Vietnam Veterans Against the War has
been discovered in a US archive, according to a researcher who spoke with
One freshly unearthed document
, captured by the US from Vietnamese communists in 1971 and later
translated, indicates the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese delegations to
the Paris peace talks that year were used as the communications link to
direct the activities of Kerry and other antiwar activists who attended.
Kerry insists he attended the talks only because he happened to be in
France on his honeymoon and maintains he met with both sides. But
previously revealed records indicate the future senator made two, and
possibly three, trips to Paris to meet with Viet Cong leader Madame
Nguyen Thi Binh then promote her plan's demand for US surrender.
Jerome Corsi, a specialist on the Vietnam era, told WND the new
discoveries are the "most remarkable documents I've seen in the entire
history of the antiwar movement. We're not going to say he's an agent for
Vietnamese communists, but it's the next thing to it," he said. "Whether
he was consciously carrying out their direction or naively doing what
they wanted, it amounted to the same thing -- he advanced their cause."
Corsi, co-author of the Swift Boat Vets and POWs for Truth best-seller
"Unfit for Command" (http://www.swiftvets.com), and Scott Swett, who
maintains the group's website, have posted a summary of the discovery on
the website of Wintersoldier.com
Corsi says the documents show how the North Vietnamese, the Viet Cong,
the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, the Communist Party of the
USA and Kerry's VVAW worked closely together to achieve the Vietnamese
communists' primary objective -- the defeat of the US in Vietnam. "I
think what we've discovered is a smoking gun," Corsi said. "We knew when
we wrote 'Unfit for Command' that Kerry had met with Madame Binh and then
promoted her peace plan. "This document enables us to connect the dots,"
he emphasized. "We now have evidence Madame Binh was directing the
antiwar movement ... and the person who implemented her strategy was John
July 22, 1971, Kerry called on President Nixon to accept the plan at a
press conference in which he surrounded himself with the families of
POWs, a strategy outlined in the first document.
The two documents also connect the dots between the Vietnamese communists
and the radical US group People's Coalition for Peace and Justice through
the person of Al Hubbard, a coordinating member of PCPJ and the executive
director of VVAW while Kerry was its national spokesman. "Al Hubbard and
John Kerry were carrying out the predetermined agenda of the enemy in a
coordinated fashion," Corsi said. "It's a level of collaboration that
exceeded anything we had imagined."
'Return the medals'
The second document
(Source), captured by US military forces in South Vietnam May 12, 1972, urges
Vietnamese officials to promote the antiwar activities in the United
States. Significantly, the fifth paragraph makes it clear the Vietnamese
communists were using, for propaganda purposes, a protest described as
taking place April 19-22, 1971.
This coincides with the well-known "Dewey Canyon III" protest in
Washington, D.C., highlighted by Kerry's Senate Foreign Relations
testimony charging American soldiers with war crimes. The document's
description of the protest includes the "return the medals" event in
which Kerry and other VVAW members threw their war decorations toward the
steps of the Capitol.
Corsi told WND the documents have been authenticated with "100 percent
certainty." But why were they unearthed now, just one week before the
Nov. 2 election? Corsi insisted the timing was unintentional. "It's truly
one of those accidents of how things develop in research," he said. "We
did not spring any surprise, we just found these documents, and even the
archivist didn't know they were there."
Swift Boat Vets and POWs for Truth dispatched two researchers to Texas
Tech University's Vietnam-era archive in Lubbock, which has more than 2
million documents, to "see if there was anything there," Corsi said. Many
of the documents are in Vietnamese and have not been translated yet. The
two documents were found in boxes containing papers from antiwar
activities during 1971-72, but they also turned out to be posted in an
Internet database, which enabled further verification, Corsi said.
The first document is a "circular" outlining the Vietnamese regime's
strategies to coordinate its propaganda effort with its orchestration of
US antiwar group activities.
The spontaneous antiwar movements in the US have received assistance and
guidance from the friendly ((VC/NVN)) delegations at the Paris Peace
The phrases in double parentheses were added by US translators for
clarification. "VC" refers to the Viet Cong, while "NVN" is the North
Corsi and Swett point out that FBI files show Kerry returned to Paris to
meet with the North Vietnamese delegation in August 1971 and planned a
third trip in November. Corsi emphasizes that before the discovery of
this document, he and other researchers had no direct evidence that Hanoi
actually was directing the antiwar movement to implement the regime's
goals, although they assumed it to be the case based on other
In her meeting with Kerry in Paris, Madame Binh instructed him on how he
and the VVAW could "serve as Hanoi's surrogates in the United States,"
Corsi and Swett say. This included advancement of her seven-point peace
plan forcing President Nixon to set a date to end the war and withdraw
Hanoi cleverly constructed the plan so that the only barrier to release
of American POWs was Nixon's unwillingness to set a withdrawal date. But
as Corsi and Swett emphasize, the plan amounted to a virtual surrender
that included payment of reparations and an admission the US was the
aggressor in an immoral war against the communists.
The circular underscores the impact of the peace plan on US activists,
stating: "The seven-point peace proposal ((of the SVN Provisional
Revolutionary Government)) 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.
Another section of the circular, again highlighting the
interconnectedness of the Vietnamese communists, the US antiwar movement
and politics in the US and South Vietnam, says Nixon and South Vietnamese
leader Thieu are "very embarrassed because the seven-point peace proposal
is supported by the [South Vietnamese] people's ((political struggle))
movement and the antiwar movements in the US."
Therefore, the circular says, "all local areas, units, and branches must
widely disseminate the seven-point peace proposal, step up the people's
((political struggle)) movements both in cities and rural areas, taking
advantage of disturbances and dissensions in the enemy's forthcoming
(RVN) Congressional and Presidential elections. They must coordinate more
successfully with the antiwar movements in the US so as to isolate the
In addition to tying activities surrounding Kerry's 1971 protest to the
direction of Vietnamese communists, the second document reveals the
degree to which Hanoi worked with and through the People's Coalition for
Peace and Justice
Of the US antiwar movements, the two most important ones are: The PCPJ
((the People's Committee for Peace and Justice)) and the NPAC ((National
Peace Action Committee)). These two movements have gathered much strength
and staged many demonstrations. The PCPJ is the most important. It
maintains relations with us.
Corsi and Swett note the House Internal Securities Committee in its 1971
Annual Report described the PCPJ as an organization strongly controlled
by US communists. "There is no question but what members of the Communist
Party have provided a very strong degree of influence, even a guiding
influence, in the evolution and formation of policies of the People's
Coalition for Peace and Justice."
Corsi cites recently released FBI surveillance reports that establish a
strong link between Kerry, Hubbard, the VVAW, the PCPJ and their trips to
Paris to meet with Madame Binh.
Kerry shared the stage with Hubbard -- who recruited Kerry into the group
-- during the Dewey Canyon III protest, and they appeared together on
NBC's Meet the Press April 18, 1971. Hubbard's claimed to have been a
transport pilot wounded in combat, but the Department of Defense released
documents showing he was neither a pilot nor an officer and had never
served in Vietnam.
An FBI field surveillance report stamped Nov. 11, 1971
showed Kerry and Hubbard were planning to travel to Paris later that
month to engage in talks with Vietnamese communist delegations. Other FBI
reports clearly show the Communist Party of the USA was paying for
Hubbard's trips to Paris, Corsi notes.
Another FBI report, dated Nov. 24, 1971
gives details of Hubbard's presentation to a VVAW meeting of the
Executive and Steering committees in Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 12-15, 1971.
At that meeting, the VVAW considered and then rejected a plan to
assassinate several pro-war US Senators. Kerry is listed as present.
The FBI document shows communist coordination in Hubbard's trip to Paris.
[BLACK OUT] advised that Hubbard gave the following information regarding
his Paris trip: Two foreign groups, which are Democratic Republic of
Vietnam (DRV) and Peoples Republic Government (PRG) (phonetic), invited
representatives of the VVAW, Communist Party USA (CP USA), and a Left
Wing group in Paris, to attend meeting of the above inviting groups in
Paris. Hubbard advised he was elected to represent the VVAW. An unknown
male was invited to represent the CP USA and an unknown individual was
elected to represent the Left Wing group from Paris. He advised at the
meeting that his trip was financed by CP USA.
Corsi and Swett cite an appeal letter written by Hubbard April 20, 1971
,demonstrating the strong coordination between Vietnam Veterans Against
the War and People's Coalition for Peace and Justice. Addressed from the
offices of the VVAW in Washington, D.C., the letter asks VVAW members to
provide assistance to the PCPJ. It discusses several ways in which the
two organizations have worked closely together:
This is an appeal for help for the Peoples Coalition for Peace and
Justice. Over the past months the Peoples Coalition has supported the
Vietnam Vets Against the War in many ways. The Coalition has made office
space available at no charge, and permitted the use of all necessary
office equipment such as mimeograph machines, stencil-making machines,
folders and typewriters. They have loaned us cars, bullhorns, and public
address equipment. Their staff has taken messages for us and joined
fraternally in building our progress. Now we can return this support.
Saturday, April 24, the Coalition needs help collecting money and selling
buttons at the great march and rally. Collectors and sellers must be
energetic and determined. There will be security problems in taking large
amounts of money to banks. The Coalition needs people power, hundreds of
workers. I earnestly hope that you will come forward to support our
friends in this emergency.
Two days after Hubbard's letter was written, Kerry told Sen. William
Fulbright's Foreign Relations Committee that American military in Vietnam
were committing war crimes in the manner of Genghis Khan. The event
mentioned in the letter was PCPJ's massive April 24 demonstration in
Washington that followed the VVAW's Dewey Canyon III protest.
World Net Daily
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Major Networks Bow to Kerry Camp
by Les Kinsolving
World Net Daily
October 23, 2004
"Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal" is a documentary that deals with
John Kerry's testimony to Congress in 1971 -- in which he testified that
US forces routinely committed atrocities in Vietnam. This film includes
interviews with 13 former US prisoners of war who recall that their
Vietnamese captors used Kerry's comments to undercut prisoner morale.
Would any of America's major TV networks be willing to televise this
undeniably newsworthy and deeply moving documentary? Not surprisingly,
So, Sinclair Broadcasting, nationally headquartered in Hunt Valley, MD,
agreed to feature much of this documentary on all 62 television stations
it owns -- with its pre-empting whatever was previously scheduled -- two
weeks prior to election day. Sinclair is the largest broadcast group in
the US and reaches 24 percent of all US households with television.
This decision made the Kerry campaign absolutely livid. Spokesman David
Wade called the film "lies" and "a smear" while denouncing Sinclair as
"another one of Bush's corporate friends trying to help him." But
Sinclair's vice president of corporate relations, Mark Hyman, said: "This
is a powerful story. The networks are acting like Holocaust-deniers and
pretending the POWs don't exist. It would be irresponsible to ignore
I learned from Hyman, a 1981 graduate of the Naval Academy, that this
documentary was first offered to ABC, CBS, NBC and Public Broadcasting --
all of whom refused because the Kerry campaign refused to provide anyone
to refute it. It is interesting indeed to learn from whom these
Democrat-dominated networks take their orders.
Chad Clanton, a Kerry spokesman, declared: "It's hard to take an offer
seriously from a group that is hellbent on doing anything to help elect
President Bush, even if that means violating basic journalism standards."
But Hyman noted: "Clearly, John Kerry has made his Vietnam service the
foundation of his presidential run; this is an issue that is certainly
The New York Times reports: "A group of Democratic senators, including
Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts and Dianne Feinstein of California,
readied a letter calling for the Federal Communications Commission to
investigate the move, arguing that the documentary was not news but a
prolonged political advertisement from Mr. Bush and, as such, violated
Is there any evidence at all that any funds for this documentary came
from the Bush campaign? If there were, we can be near-certain that the
New York Times and these Senate letter-writers would have listed it.
Among the 13 former prisoners of war in this documentary, there are two
recipients of the Medal of Honor. Kerry spokesman Wade and everyone else
in the campaign should be asked: "Which one of these Medal of Honor
recipients and other former POWs does Senator Kerry believe is telling
either 'lies' or 'smears' as Wade claims?"
And why, if there are any lies or smears, is John Kerry unwilling to
appear on 62 TV stations -- with all his military records -- to try to
prove these POWs and Swift Boat Veterans are not telling the truth?
Les Kinsolving hosts a daily talk show for WCBM in Baltimore. His radio
commentaries are syndicated nationally. He is White House correspondent
for Talk Radio Network and WorldNetDaily. Before going into broadcasting,
Kinsolving was a newspaper reporter and columnist -- twice nominated for
the Pulitzer Prize for his commentary.
World Net Daily
© 2004 WorldNetDaily.com
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