not help victims of Agent Orange?
Vietnamese people who consider
themselves as mid-ground people have been wondering what the outcomes of the
rally which Mr. Tien Nguyen and other VCA leaders held at Hyde park on 29th
April are. Having their faces shown on TV and newspapers or making their roles
as the VCA leaders become more politically important?
Some think that Mr. Tien Nguyen
and other VCA leaders just tried to make themselves politically important in
this rally. The more people joined the rally, the more famous he and his gang
became. Many think that the VCA leaders just wasted people's time and
money. They do not share the same view as Mr. Tien Nguyen who claimed that he
organised this rally to voice for democracy and freedom in Vietnam" (!). They
and other Australian people do not need to be told by Mr. Tien Nguyen and VCA
leaders about how life in Vietnam is, and whether there is democracy and freedom
there or not. Thousands and thousands of Australians and Vietnamese
Australians go to Vietnam for either holiday or work. If there is no democracy
and freedom there, why do more and more people from all over the world
keep travelling to such a country for holiday and for work? Well, people say"
good wine needs no buds", don't they?
To the people with kind heart,
who want to help Vietnam, why not contribute the money you spent for train
tickets to the rally to some charity group in order to help the war victims of