Kerry and Vietnam Communists Linked?

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 9:05 AM


Newsmax is running a story based on documents unearthed that appear to show that Kerry, while not necessarily working for the Vietcong was at the very least a willing participant or dupe.

Winter Soldier has what appears to be two documents that support this conclusion. The one document is circular from 1971 distributed by the Vietnamese Communists which states:

"The spontaneous anti-war movements in the US have received assistance and guidance from the friendly ((VC/NVN)) delegations at the Paris Peace Talks."


The second document was supposedly retrieved in 1972 and is reported to be a directive from the communists. It states
"Of the US anti-war 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."


The documents are marked copy and are in English. Their authenticity uncertain at least to me and we do have to be careful after the Rathergate Memo Scandal that operatives on the left have not attempted to plant a story to blow up in the face of the President days before the election.

President Bush will hopefully and in his standard form stay clear of bringing up Kerry's Vietnam record and let the media do its job here. However, if accurate these documents are damning to John Kerry except among his fellow far left wing socialists and communists that agree that we should never have tried to keep a people free from communism in the first place.



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