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Date Posted: 23:09:37 02/19/08 Tue


Sorry, I do not work on nails industry, I would let the Nails industry people who are proud to much for bring the communist daughter in law to America to get the Doctorate degree to INSULT them !!

Bring girls here, they poop on your faces, your heads....SHAME ON YOU !!!
Mother in law and father in law, husbands and all family members are shamed !!!!
The doctorate communist girl are shamed on herself. She stealed the good heart of hard workers, and poop on their faces???

That is the communist people, this is communist system..or in generally that is vietnamese communist doctrime!!

Tran Thuy Chau's husband should sink his face to the yellow sink after washing customer's feets to kill himself, or should sink his face into the toilet to eat stool for live, and his father and mother and all people in his family together should sink their faces in toilet to die, too!!!




Thank you!

Kinh moi quy ddong huong chup (copy) la thu khieu nai cua Tien Sinh Nguyen Dat Thinh duoi dday va` da’n (paste) vao LINK dday khieu nai Chu Tich cua BBC:
http://news. bbc.co.uk/ hi/english/ static/feedback/ complaints_ form.stm
Hoac quy vi gui email ve ddia chi duoi dday dde phan ddoi luan ddieu than Cong va thieu khach quan cua BBC:
newsonline.complain ts@bbc.co. uk
February 17th, 2008
Sir Michael Lyons
Chairman of the BBC Trust
BBC Complaints
PO Box 1922
Glasgow G2 3WT UK
Will the Chairman of BBC please explain to its Vietnamese audience the meaning of the BBC article entitled "Demonstration against the Nguoi Viet Daily News", published on the BBC's Vietnamese version dated 5 February 2008, and attributed to Tran Dong Duc, written from the United States.
Similarly, in a part of the response and comments to this article, which the BBC claims to have been written by Phan Cuong from Saigon , Viet Nam , Phan Cuong writes:
"The red flag with a yellow star was borne out of the heroic struggle of the Vietnamese people against the French Colonialists. It is the flag of the August Revolution, which catapulted a people from the depth of darkness and humiliation to the status of an independent sovereign country. It was for this very same flag that the Vietnamese people endured hardship and losses, and made so many sacrifices to gain their independence. This red flag with the yellow star is the only flag that may rightfully represent the people of Viet Nam ".
In our view, a news organization of global importance, such as the BBC, must realize that Viet Nam has not one, but two flags. The first is that of the [non-communist] Vietnamese people. The other flag belongs to the communists who now occupy Viet Nam by an act of aggression and who force the Vietnamese people to accept and salute the [aggressor's] red flag in their very own homeland.
As you most probably could not help but have noticed, all over the world, no Vietnamese with the freedom to choose has ever chosen the communist red flag. One must then ask, on whose behalf are you telling us that "only the red flag may rightfully represent the Vietnamese people"?
Would the BBC not lose the necessary objectivity when it attempts to announce the news about Vietnam if it allows itself to be burdened with this point of view? In addition, does the Chairman of the BBC really think he has the authority to tell the Vietnamese people, which should be the proper flag of our people?
In another part of the same article published on 5 February 2008, using an audience whose name is "withheld", the BBC indicates:
… "Among the Vietnamese community in the United States , there are more Vietnamese working as manicurists and pedicurists than there are those who work in offices or industry. If one wishes to find a symbol that represents the Vietnamese community in the United States let us look to the American foot basin. When one looks around, there is not one shopping mall in the United States that does not have a presence of a Vietnamese nail salon--from the cold and mountainous area of Colorado, to the hot Texan dessert, over to the commercial area in Northern Virginia, and back to the windy and rainy Northwest America, the Vietnamese people overwhelmingly practice this trade.
"To deny this fact is to disown the "soul" of the Vietnamese people in America . Good or bad, it is an undeniable fact. One of these days, the [displaced] Vietnamese people of the Republic of Vietnam ought to adopt this foot basin as an official symbol on their yellow flag, and make it a part of the words of their National Anthem. It is a recognized truth that of the $10B that the Vietnamese send to Vietnam annually to support their families, at least $7B of this fund comes from the income of people who work in the nail salons in the United States . The lives of the Vietnamese people both in Vietnam and the United States would have been far more meager had it not been for this foot basin."
Mr. Chairman, would you please explain to us if you really do think that the symbol that represents the Vietnamese people in the United States should actually be the "American foot basin"? as the BBC has so clearly stated?
And, Mr. Chairman, how do you plan to explain the BBC's advice and recommendation to the Vietnamese to adopt the image of the foot basin as a symbol for our flag, and to add the name of this artifact to the words of our National Anthem?
The BBC�s very idiotic and horrific advice and recommendation lead us to see very clearly how the BBC views the Vietnamese people's fight against oppression and their quest to bring democracy to their country. We request that you, as Chairman of the BBC, explain to us your position in light of this hatred for our yellow flag, and for our national anthem; and your spiteful and contempt toward a totally honest trade, which the victims of the communists have chosen as their occupation after they were forced to leave their homeland.
We have the utmost respect and admiration for the English people's indomitable spirit in response to naked aggression during World War II when England resisted and fought fascist Germany to protect the freedom of people in Europe and the rest of the world.
Mr. Chairman, would you please confirm for us, that we may continue to believe that England still has the tradition of believing in freedom, and confirm for us too, that the BBC has not gone astray from this tradition.
Nguyen Dat Thinh
English version by Mrs. Ho`a Bi`nh

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