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Hoàng Sa & Trường Sa Và Chủ Quyền Dân Tộc

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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

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CHƯƠNG II: CÁC HÀNH VI BÁN NƯỚC

Hoàng Sa và Trường Sa không bao giờ thuộc lãnh thổ Trung Hoa: Trung cộng luôn viện dẫn chúng có chủ quyền trên hai quần đảo Hoàng Sa và Trường Sa về phương diện lịch sử. Chúng nói rằng chúng là sở hữu chủ các quần đảo ấy từ đời nhà Hán. Hai bản đồ cổ bên trên cho thấy ranh giới trên biển của Trung Hoa chỉ tới đảo Hải Nam.

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2. LUẬN CỨ CỦA TC VIỆN DẪN ĐÒI CHỦ QUYỀN

PHẠM VĂN ĐỒNG THÚ NHẬN BÁN NƯỚC

Saigon - Hanoi - Paracels Islands Dispute – 1974, by Frank Ching, Far Eastern Economic Review Reference: Vol. 157, No. 6, 10 Feb 1994 “Vietnamese communists sell the Paracel and Spratly islands, but now want to say no.”

According to Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs’s “China’s Indisputable Sovereignty Over the Xisha and Nansha Islands” (Beijing Review, Feb. 18, 1980), Hanoi has “settled” this matter with the Chinese in the past. (Hà Nội đã “chuyển giao” cho Trung Hoa các quần đảo này trong quá khứ). They basically claimed: In June 1956, two years after Ho Chi Minh’s government was re-established in Hanoi, North Vietnamese Vice Foreign Minister Ung Van Khiem said to Li Zhimin, Charge d’Affaires of the Chinese Embassy in North Vietnam, that “according to Vietnamese data, the Xisha (Tây Sa = Hoang Sa, Paracels) and Nansha (Nam Sa = Trường Sa, Spratlys) Islands are historically part of Chinese territory”. On September 4, 1958, the Chinese Government proclaimed the breadth of its territorial sea to be twelve nautical miles which applied to to all territories of the PRC, “including ... the Dongsha Islands, the Xisha Islands, the Zhongsha Islands, the Nansha Islands...” Ten days later, Pham Van Dong stated in his note to Zhou Enlai that “the Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam recognizes and supports the declaration of the Government of the People’s Republic of China on China’s territorial sea made on September 4, 1958. “One more thing to notice is that PRC threatened only the territories Vietnamese claimed and left open claims of other countries. It was very clear that Mr Ho Chi Minh, through Pham Van Dong, gave PRC “a big pie” because at that time Mr Ho Chi Minh was preparing for invading South Vietnam. Mr Ho needed colossal aids and closed eyes to accept all conditions of Beijing. It was easy for him to sell “only on paper” two archipelagoes which still belonged to South Vietnam by then.

For this, Vietnamese communists waited for a meeting of ASEAN countries in Manila, used this opportunity as a safe buoy and signed right away a paper requiring these countries to help Vietnam to solve this problem “fairly”.

To its part, after taking islands of communist Vietnam, China showed amicability to Malaysia and Philippines and said that China was ready to negotiate resourceful areas with these two countries, brushing VC aside. China did say that it would not accept any foreign countries to get involved in this matter between it and communist Vietnam.

Later, Pham Van Dong denied his past wrongdoing in an issue of Far Eastern Economic Review, March 16, 1979. Basically, he said the reason he did was because it was “wartime”. Here’s excerpt from this article on p.11: “According to Li (Chinese Vice-Premier Li Xiannian), China was ready to share the gulf’s water “half and half” with the Vietnamese, but at the negotiating table, Hanoi drew the line of Vietnamese control close to Hainan island. Li also said that in 1956 (or 1958?), Vietnamese Premier Pham Van Dong supported a Chinese statement about sovereignty over the Spratly and Paracel islands, but since late 1975, Vietnam has been in control of part of the Spratly group - the Paracels being under Chinese control. In 1977, Dong reportedly said of his 1956 stance :”That was the war period and I had to say that”.

Because of eagerness to create disastrous war for both areas North and South, and to contribute to international communism, Mr Ho Chi Minh did promise, without dignity, a “future” land for Chinese to grab, not knowing for sure that whether or not the South Vietnam would be swallowed. As Dong said, “That was the war period and I had to say that”. Who created the Vietnam War and ready to do all it could to get South Vietnam even to sell land? Selling land during the war time and when it was over Pham Van Dong denied it by just laying falsely the blame on the war …

THÚ NHẬN CỦA PHẠM VĂN ĐỒNG VÀ LÝ DO BÁN LÃNH HẢI:

“… Phạm văn Đồng phủ nhận việc làm sai lầm của ông ta trong số báo của Tạp Chí Kinh Tế Viễn Đông ra ngày 16 tháng 3, 1979. Về căn bản, ông ta nói lý do tại sao ông ấy làm như vậy là vì lúc đó là thời gian chiến tranh…”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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