British Secret Service agent Nguy?n Sinh Cung arrived in London in 1911
By 1911, British plans were well underway for the Prussian invasion of France led by "Kaiser Bill." That "Dead Head" was Queen Victoria's grandson and he expected to enter Paris by early September 1914.
At the same time, the British were very busy in Vietnam recruiting bright young Vietnamese to take the place of the defunct French Vietnamese colony.
In 1911, Cung and a group of very bright young Vietnamese arrived in London to study English.
It is possible that Winston Churchill had him in the same classroom as Adolf Hitler.
As soon as France was defeated by Queen Victoria's other grandson, the French colony in Vietnam would be supplanted by the British Empire.
A plaque in central London commemorates the place where Nguy?n Sinh Cung worked as a “pastry chef.” Cung was no "pastry chef," he was learning English in order to replace the French as a British colonial administrator. He also used at least 2 different names during his long diabolical spying career.
In the most unkindest cut of all, Cung arrived on a French ship which docked at Marseilles, and from there his group of spies disembarked and sailed for Britain:
After stops in Singapore, Colombo and Port Said, the Amiral Latouche-Tréville docked in Marseilles harbor on July 6, 1911. Here Thanh received his wagesabout ten francs, a sum barely adequate to feed and house him in a cheap hotel for a few daysand disembarked with a friend to get his first glimpse of France. (Duiker, Ho Chi Minh, p. 47).
Poor "pastry chef" was just his spying cover as he aroused no suspicion from the French as he sailed for England.
After the Fall of France, the British Empire planned on seizing the French Vietnam colony!!
In 1914, "Dead Head" Kaiser Wilhelm II expected a lightning victory over France comparable to the Prussian victory in the Franco-Prussian war of 1870. With his fellow "dead head" Jesuits occupying Paris, he expected to turn his massive armies east and conquer Orthodox Russia in the same lightning manner.
In 1953, Prime Minister Churchill ordered Ho Chi Minh to eject the French from Vietnam!!
Supposedly, the British and French were allies against Hitler during WWII. That was all camouflage or window dressing on the part of Churchill. Even though his other pupil Hitler lost the war, he was still determined to supplant the French Empire in Vietnam.
Prime Minister Churchill was terribly disappointed that he had failed a second time to conquer France.
In 1953, Prime Minister Churchill ordered his pupil Ho Chi Minh to eject the French from Vietnam.
Evil twin Lilibet was on the throne and she gave him every encouragement.
Winston sent him a detailed "order of battle" plan and assured him that fellow agent Mao Zedong would supply him with unlimited manpower.
In November 1953, Ho Chi Minh and his generals had received detailed plans for ejecting the French from Vietnam. Churchill promised Minh that his Chinese "Communists" would give him all the manpower he requested.
LBJ planned the assassination of JFK . . . so he had to go to Vietnam . . . or to PRISON!!
Most of the top politicos in Washington City knew that Lyndon Johnson was behind the assassination of President Kennedy. He was the one man who had the most to gain by the death of the President. The coup d'etat that Johnson carried out failed in the end because he did not become dictator of Texas for life.
A terribly disappointed Lyndon Johnson arrived back in the still-standing Washington City.
He was supposed to land in Austin, Texas.
From that time onward the escalation of U.S. military involvement in Vietnam began in earnest.
It was no coincidence that the Vietnam War escalated after the assassination of President Kennedy. Lyndon Johnson was the ideal blackmail candidate. The blind who deny that there was a conspiracy to kill the President cannot explain that fact of history.
The Vietnam War was the first war to be televised. Every night images of the war were shown on U.S. TV screens.
2 of the most iconic photos were the execution of a Viet Cong soldier on a Saigon street and "Napalm Girl."
The war was indeed suicidal but Lyndon Johnson knew he had to escalate . . . or go to jail.
President Nixon inherited the war from Lyndon Johnson and he had only 2 options: escalate further or disgrace his country by an ignominious withdrawal.
If Richard Nixon was President in 1961 there would have been no Kennedy nightmare and no Vietnam War.
The President inherited the war from Lyndon Johnson and there was no light at the end of the tunnel.
The war forced him to resignthe only President in history to do so.
"Spelly's War" as it was called, finally ended in disaster for the United States. In April 1975, as the Viet Cong closed in on Saigon, thousands of Vietnamese who had helped the U.S. were abandoned to certain death.
The Fall of Saigon happened on April 30, 1975.
It was a most disgraceful abandonment of a long time faithful ally.
It was revenge for the British retreat from Suez in 1956.
The last pitiful scenes occurred at the U.S. Embassy when helicopters landed on the roof and rescued Embassy personnel.
The last pitiful scenes occurred at the U.S. Embassy when helicopters landed on the roof and rescued embassy personnel. The Vietnam War was a helicopter war and helicopters were used to rescue the last embassy personnel.
There was great rejoicing at the British Embassy in Saigon . . . and in Whitehall, London!!
The name of the British ambassador to South Vietnam was John Bushhell. Nothing much is known about that shadowy figure. Probably a MI6 Million agent like most ambassadors.
The British Embassy was protected by a small contingent of Gurkhas.
Congratulatory messages were sent to Hanoi as the Viet Cong closed in.
Amazingly, in London, Ronald Reagan was meeting with the British Cleopatra and planning a U.S.-British alliance against the Soviet Union.
Thankfully, Ho Chi Minh was dead by that time so he was not a candidate for knighthood by the queens. Such cunning and beastly duplicity could only originate in the infernal regions