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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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Fig.1 (left). The main part of Ban Gioc fall to the north now belongs to CC and its name changed to Detian Fall (Chinese Premier Spectacular Scenery);

Fig. 2 (right). The minor part to the south still belongs to Vietnam. Nguồn bài viết: blogger Măng Nguồn ảnh: blogger Điếu Cày

d. They moved border markers, No.136 in Cao Bang, Nos. 41, 42, 43 in Lang Son of the Kum Mu, Kim Ngan and Mau Son areas (9 km length) 2.5 km deep into inland Vietnam. The lost area is 1000 hectares. Also the Na Pang – Keo Trinh area (posts 29, 30, 31) in Cao Bang, 6.45 km long, 1.3 km deep into Vietnamese territory now becomes part of CC territory. The area lost is 200 hectares.

e. Ban Gioc fall, situated north of the border marker no. 53 in Dam Thuy village, Trung Khanh district of Cao Bang, on the Qui Thuan river was part of Vietnam. CC sent 2 thousand troops into Vietnamese territory to cast a reinforced concrete barrier across the tributary river at the border, redrew the map and occupied part of Ban Gioc fall and also took over Po Thoong of Vietnam.

f. Using armed forces to force the Vietnamese out and occupy their homes and land, they then sent CC migrants over and settle here.

2. The High Grounds

Finally, Le cong Phung stated that “there are six remaining high points” out of 27 points and “we bring the border line to run through those high points.”

This statement implies that the above-mentioned 27 high spots belong to Vietnam, therefore lie in Vietnamese territory. CC had occupied all these 27 spots. At present, thanks to “vigorous struggle” CC have returned them except for six high spots. These six high points are understood as the mountain ranges lying along the border. Now Phung has “succeeded” in bringing the border up to those high spots, thus no land was lost.

This admission, if true, is a self-condemnation of a concession of a land area measured north from the middle of the ridges of those six above ranges.

In addition, how could Phung answer about those following mountain ranges:

- The ranges 1250, 1545, 1509, 772 and 233 of Ha Giang province were taken by CC. The 1509 range part of the land of Thanh Thuy village, Vi Xuyen district is known Nui Dat, to have fallen into CC hands and CC have changed its name to Lao Son. The 1250 range was Nui Bac in Vietnam. CC have changed it to Giai Am Son.

These high grounds are Vietnamese strategic spots in the defense against northern armed invasions previously. These ranges are now transferred to CC.

- The 820 and 636 ranges of Quoc Khanh village, Trang Dinh district, Lang Son, lying next to Nam Quan pass to the west, adjacent to National Highway 1, also have become CC property. And the Binh Do 400 area of Cao Loc district, Lang Son, behind the border marker no. 26, to the east of National Highway 1 suffers the same fate. These ranges were also essential areas of defense, preventing invaders from the North. Here, thanks to the rugged terrain, our ancestors defeated their enemies. Losing these areas, Vietnam will have much difficulty in protecting her territory.

With the evidence shown above, how could the Vietnamese Communist Party reply to the Vietnamese people that only one km was lost?

THE GULF OF TONKIN AREA

Phung stated:

- “We divided the Gulf of Tonkin with China based on international law... When the agreement was signed, if we compared the area between ours and that of China, ours would be larger by eight thousand square kilometres. We did not have any loss. Why did China accept the fact that we gained 8000 sq. km? It is because out coastline is concave, it curves in like this, while the Chinese coast at Hainan curves out like this... To say we lost 10 thousand sq. metres (sic) is nonsense, not at all correct.

We do not wish to say concretely either how it was divided when it was divided... It may also happen while negotiating; China volunteered to donate us 3000 sq. km elsewhere to take over only 150 sq. km here. But we did not agree, we did not want to occupy water, of what use is the water surface area...

We think of what is underneath, which maintains our ownership of the land, at the same time our national interests.”

My question: Phung stressed international law as basis for “negotiation”. He especially emphasized the 1885 Tien Tsin Agreement as foundation for negotiation to conclude that not only 10,000 sq. km were not lost (not 10,000 sq. metres as stated above), but also a gain of 8000 sq. km that CC ‘donated to VC’. Moreover, CC also volunteered a gift for VC of 3000 sq. km, in return CC only wanted 150 sq. km which the VC did not agree to..., and managed to ‘maintain our ownership of the land, and our national interests.’

With the above statement, VC boasted to have achieved ‘great success’ in negotiating with the greedy Han descended enemy, even though every one know that CC would customarily crib on inches (not kilometres) of Vietnamese land. Several cases similar to the above have happened and are well-known and the VNCP has denounced it but Phung boldly covered up. There are many areas that the Party forbids people to frequent. They are either deep in the forest or far in the Gulf of Tonkin. In such situations, who would have the means and opportunity to investigate the true situation there?

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