Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Madistan: True to Its Convictions

Madistan won't have any honors for those anti-Communist types. No matter how much good those vile anti-Commies did for the US, or for their own people.

In Madistan, we know who the REAL good guys are, and they are NOT the anti-Communists.


The Madison, Wisconsin, Metropolitan School Board erased the name of Hmong (mung) General Vang Pao from a new elementary school, after he was charged this month with trying to overthrow the government of Laos.

He was among ten Hmong leaders arrested June fourth and charged in federal court in California with conspiracy to overthrow the communist Laotian government by killing officials and leveling government buildings.

Prosecutors contend Vang Pao masterminded the plot, which involved raising money to recruit a mercenary force and equipping a small army to launch coordinated attacks using anti-tank missiles, grenade launchers and C-4 explosives.

Vang Pao led CIA-backed Hmong forces in Laos against communists in the 1960s and 1970s. The conflict claimed thousands of lives. Many Hmong credit him with freeing them from oppression in southeast Asia and helping them build new lives in the US, where he immigrated in 1975.

Gerry Ford, a gutless twit, threw away South Vietnam (and Laos) to the Commies--ignoring the policy established by JFK only 15+ years beforehand.

As to the "plot," it seems to me that the guy had a damn good idea.

1 comment:

Tito said...

Madistan, that's funny.