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Nguyễn Văn Canh

PHẦN II: CHỦ QUYỀN DÂN TỘC.

B. HỒ CHÍ MINH VÀ ĐẢNG CỘNG SẢN VIỆT NAM BÁN NƯỚC

Chương I: Các Văn Kiện Bán Nước

Chương II: Các Hành vi Bán Nước

Chương III: Các Hành Động Nối Giáo Cho Giặc

Chương IV: Diễn Tiến Hành Động Đưa Trung Cộng Vào Đặt Ách Nô Lệ Hóa Dân Việt

PHẦN III: PHỤ CHƯƠNG VÀ PHỤ LỤC

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PHẦN III: PHỤ CHƯƠNG VÀ PHỤ LỤC

I. PHỤ CHƯƠNG

3. VC GIẢI THÍCH VẤN ĐỀ LÃNH THỔ LÃNH HẢI NHƯ THẾ NÀO?

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Prof Canh: This is another issue. In this context, CC has considered she has already taken the Gulf area. However, concerning the Sanya base, the nuclear sub base, CC signals that she wants to occupy the whole Spratly archipelago in the south and all the South China Sea will be used as a stepping stone in the advance towards Southeast Asia.

LKT: So, the agreements including on the common fishing one in the Gulf of Tonkin constitute the first launching pads for gradually advancing to the South, aren’t they?

Prof Canh: Correct. There has been news about CC navy headquarters moving to this region already.

LKT: Professor, advancing gradually south, then the nearest point is the Paracel archipelago; then from your perspective Professor, what situation the Paracels find themselves in now?

Prof Canh: About the Paracels, we know that up to 1974, the South Vietnamese Navy had been fighting to protect the remainder of the territory being the Crescent (or Nguyet Thiem) group. In the context of the Paracels, may I take this opportunity to praise the sacrifice of Republic of Vietnam Navy who had valiantly defended the fatherland. There was information we did not know of until recently revealed by CC documents, that an Admiral named Phuong Quang Kinh, second in command of the South Sea fleet, then commander of the battle front had lost his life together with the whole battle command at the Paracels. In addition, 4 colonels, 2 lieutenant-colonels, all commanders of battle ships, also suffered the same fate.

The Republic of Vietnam naval force consisted of only 4 ships, not equipped with missiles like CC ones, and had to fight against a great Chinese force of 11 battle ships.

On the South Vietnamese navy side, the highest ranking officer, Navy Major Nguy Van Tha together with 58 soldiers heroically sacrificed themselves in the defense of the island that we have inherited from our ancestors. From then on, the Paracel islands have fallen into CC hands. And not until now Le Cong Phung has admitted this truth. There, CC have built many military bases. The most often cited base is a base on Phu Lam island, or internationally known as Woody. From the 1980s at this base, CC have erected many military establishments capable of housing several thousand troops, fresh water reservoirs, helicopter pads and even an air strip. This air strip has been widened and lengthened to 2,600 m to allow bombers to take off and land. There is a fuel depot. At first it was a advance outpost to move southward, linking with the Spratleys and further locations. In addition there is a second island called Pattle. In 1974, this island still belonged to the Republic of Vietnam.

Many military bases are now found on this archipelago. There are many photographs of military installations. This one is on Tri Ton Island, which lies nearest to our Da Nang. This is the military headquarters on Tri Ton. This is a photo of another military base. This is the border marker on Tri Ton Island. This island is called Dao Cay or Cu Moc (Tree) Island. This is the CC military headquarters on Quang Hoa Island of the Paracels. This island is in the Tuyen Duc (Amphitrite) group...

LKT: So all the Paracel islands are controlled by Chinese army commands. Thus apart from our loss of islands and of national security, we also sustain economic losses, Professor, what do you think?

Prof Canh: They have taken the whole archipelago. In June 1992, they signed contracts with the US Crestone Company to prospect for oil in the 25,000 km area south of the Paracels. Thompson, President of Crestone, stated that CC has promised to use its armed forces to protect the oil prospecting and drilling. Even the guano that South Vietnam had developed and the fishing are controlled by CC. They forbid our fisher folks to come and if anyone happens to stray into the area, CC would shoot to kill, or at least imprison and fine them for transgressing Chinese territorial waters. Naturally, the military bases there indicate that they permanently threaten Vietnam.

LKT: Speaking of the Paracels, by the way Professor, we have learned of a few matters from current affairs. That is we have read in a recent news report that CC is prepared to invite Vietnam to participate in a joint development of resources at the Paracels, what would be your opinion Professor, if this is true on the Chinese part?

Prof Canh: If that were true, it would only be an amusing statement, because they have now controlled all the Paracel archipelago, as Le Cong Phung has now finally confirmed when he said, “The Paracel islands have completely been taken possession of by China and the Paracels in legal and historical aspects always belong to Vietnam.” Once this archipelago is in CC hands, they would never give it up. I do not believe that report is true.

LKT: All right Professor could you then envisage that there is another reason for China to suddenly invite Vietnam to participate in joint development of resources on the Paracels?

Prof Canh: No, I do not think so. Otherwise, that is only a propaganda tactic. Even right on the Chinese Vietnamese border region, CC has sent troops to chase Vietnamese inhabitants off their homes to allow Chinese citizens to move in. Some Vietnamese protested, their houses were burnt down. After the houses were burnt, they let CC migrants come over and rebuild to live on the same property. In that spirit, how can they talk of inviting the VC to joint-develop resources? On the contrary, in December 2005, VC met with CC in Beijing, then they circulated information about co-operation in prospecting for oil in the Spratley archipelago. This has happened. It means the VC invited CC to collaborate with the intention to divide the profit maybe. The reverse case where CC invites VC to collaborate in business to share profit could never exist, once CC owns the archipelago. The joint cooperation in fishing in the Gulf of Tonkin is another example.

LKT: Yes, right, to come back to the Chinese southward expansion, they are approaching the Spratley islands and in fact the Spratley archipelago ocean region is many times larger than the Gulf of Tonkin and its natural resources can be said to be tremendous for Vietnam. At the same time it is also a disputed area between six Asian nations. And so Professor, what do you think about the Spratley islands sprouting so many issues at present, for instance, the oil company Exxon Mobil has been chased away by CC and currently there is movement of the US naval force closer to the Spratleys?

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