PM Dung calls on air force to get stronger

The Air Defense-Air Force should always enhance its vigilance and readiness while continuing to build a stronger air force to fulfill all entrusted missions, PM Nguyen Tan Dung has said.


PM Dung met with officers of the Air Force Regiment 910 on April 7, 2013

The PM made the statement when he visited Air Force Regiment 910 on April 7, as part of his working trip to the central province of Phu Yen.

Over the past 54 years, Regiment 910 has always fulfilled its assigned duties, including the training of thousands of Vietnamese pilots, thus improving the fighting capacity of the country’s Air Force, he said.

The regiment has also taken part in search and rescue activities and contributed to the building of social houses and alleviating poverty. Since beginning its operations in Phu Yen in 2003, the regiment has always fulfilled its pilot training plans and other tasks.

While inspecting fight training at the regiment, Dung emphasized that the country is in peace time but defense building is still very important.

Therefore, the regiment in particular and the air force in general must be on high alert and continue to build itself into a comprehensive force with increased combat readiness to accomplish all assigned tasks, the PM said.

He also asked the regiment to actively renovate its training methods, especially for pilots.

Besides military skills and techniques, the regiment should also instruct pilots and officers in moral virtues and dignity, Dung added.


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    There is no separation of power. The Communist rulers have ultimate powers to everything. They make their own laws. They appoint their own Communist party members as only candicates for the people to vote. National Congress delegates are Communist party followers who obey Party lines. They are being used a rubber stamp to approve laws the government makes. The government intervenes and manipulates the operations of the court system. It uses it as a tool its own discretions to imprison anyone who dares to voice their views against government policies. There is no justice at all. Many democracy and anti China activitists have been the victims under this dictatorship.

    Vietnam's armed forces and the police are there considered to be an important tool to protect the Communist Party not the people. The regime denies Vietnamese people freedom of speech and freedom of information. Many websites including Facebook are blocked in Vietnam. State media pumps out porky lies about what's happening around the world to mislead the public. They only publish stories in favor of the regime's ideology. The things the Communists want the people to know not always the truth the people need to know. Those who express their opinions against the government are accused of treason or any crimes the police would make up against them. They and their families would face harrassment or imprisonment. Everyone knows about the case of Blogger Dieu Cay being sentenced for tax evasion or Cu Huy Ha Vu being arrested with 2 condoms found in his hotel room.

    This current Vietnamese PM is an incompetent, arrogant arsehole. Under his reigns, corruption and nepotism is rampant at all levels of governement. Corruption is a crime. Public officials misuse their powers for personal gains to the detriment of public interests. They syphon funds from public purses. Everyone in power is committing this crime and covering up their arses. There is no whistleblower. No political party is allowed to challenge or scrutinize the governement's dodgy policies. The PM's mediocrity has cost $100 billion USD to Vietnam's economy. The 24 billion USD foreign reserves almost vanished under his rule. Massive losses emerged from the collapse of Vinashin and Vinalines. The ripple effect would be felt in the economy in the years to come.

    Needless to say, Dung and his family empire has amassed considerable wealth over the years. The amounts would be in billions of dollars. Secret payments from the Chinese for awarding their exclusive rights to run bauxite projects on Central highlands, long term land leases etc. In hindsight that this regime would not last long, he laundered the corruption monies out of Vietnam and purchased assets in various countries under the veil of business investments.

    For those who want to know a little more of the PM's talent go to the link below (sorry this is in Vietnamese only):

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/vietnamese/business/2012/10/121017_nguyen_tan_dung_impact.shtml

    Would you continue to listen and believe what this dickhead says? We don't.

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  10. This fucking PM is one of the most brutal dictator history has ever seen. Don't ever believe what he says. He and his predecessors including Ho Chi Min have committed terrible crimes against their own people for the last 80 years. They led the country into the bloodiest civil war human race has ever witnessed. Under Communist rule, there is no free election, no freedom of speech. People are denied of basic human rights. The flow of information is tightly controlled by the authoritarian government. They block many websites in fear the Vietnamese people would find out the truth and what have been happening around the world. The Vietnamese are not allowed to publish or write anything negative to the government even anything at all against China. Vietnamese are not allowed to protest against China's bully policies. Anyone found violating these rules will face harsh punishment such as: long jail terms in "re-education" camps in which prisoners are subject to harsh labor conditions, constant starvation and torture by the police. There are hundreds of political prisoners in detaintion all over the country.

    These days, those in power in Hanoi, are puppets for the Chinese. They are not protecting Vietnam. Down down the Communists! Freedom and democracy for Vietnam! Let's unite to bring about the end of this bloody dictatorship.

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