Vietnam Springs Into Action, Fights Terrorism
The Communist government of Vietnam would like us all to know that they are committed to counter-terrorism. They said this at a meeting of the United Nations Security Council, of which they are a member.
Vietnam is committed to counter-terrorism and the non-proliferation of mass destruction weapons under international treaties to which it is a party and resolutions of the UN Security Council.
Deputy Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the UN Ambassador Hoang Chi Trung delivered the statement at the open debate of the Security Council on the work of the 1267 Committee, the Counter-Terrorism Committee and the 1540 Committee, in New York on May 6.
Since becoming a member of the UN Security Council, Vietnam has made constructive contributions to the work of these three committees, Trung said. He particularly noted Vietnam’s assumption of the vice chairmanship of the Counter-Terrorism Committee.
And to demonstrate their dedication to fighting terrorism in all its forms, they also announced today that they’re charging a Vietnamese American and two Vietnamese nationals with terrorism for distributing pamphlets.
HANOI, Vietnam - A Vietnamese-American and two Vietnamese nationals will be put on trial on charges of terrorism for allegedly planning to distribute anti-government pamphlets in Vietnam, an official said Thursday.
This is the outcome of a deliberate, sustained effort by repressive regimes to redefine the concept of “terrorism,” so that it includes any activity the regimes don’t like. And it’s being enabled by the corrupt UN, of course.