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Friday, 13 March 2015

Báo Anh,Theo Daily Mail : Hồ Chí Minh có tên trong danh sách những kẻ diệt chủng

 
 
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Lãnh tụ đảng CSVN, Chủ tịch Hồ Chí Minh vừa có tên trong danh sách những kẻ diệt chủng tàn ác nhất thế kỷ 20, theo bình chọn của Daily Mail – tờ báo có lượng phát hành hàng đầu nước Anh.
 
Trong bài 'Từ Stalin đến Hitler, những chế độ diệt chủng tàn ác nhất thế giới' đăng hồi tháng 10/2014, nhiều tên tuổi trùm diệt chủng khét tiếng cũng đã được liệt kê như: Mao Trạch Đông, Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot, Kim Nhật Thành. Fiden Castro..
 
Theo Daily Mail, Hồ Chí Minh và chế độ VN là thủ phạm gây ra cái chết của ít nhất 200 ngàn người dân miền Nam Việt Nam.
Về điều này, facebook Ngọc Nhi Nguyễn cho biết: “Nếu tính thêm 120 000 người dân miền Bắc chết trong cải cách ruộng đất và các phong trào Nhân văn giai phẩm, Xét lại và số dân và bộ đội chết trong chiến tranh Nam - Bắc nữa thì phải cả triệu”.
 
Hồ Chí Minh nằm trong danh sách những trùm diệt chủng tàn ác nhất thế kỷ 20.
 
Nguồn: dailymail.co.uk http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-2091670/Hitler-Stalin-The-murderous-regimes-world.html
 
Sách vở của cộng sản luôn gọi Hồ Chí Minh bằng những ngôn từ như 'vị cha già dân tộc', 'lãnh tụ kính yêu' hay 'anh hùng kiệt xuất'... Thậm chí, đã có thời hệ thống truyền thông VN còn bịa đặt thông tin nói rằng Hồ Chí Minh được UNESCO công nhân là danh nhân văn hóa thế giới. Trong những năm gần đây, VN vẫn đang tiếp tục kêu gào và bắt buộc người dân phải ra sức học tập, làm theo tư tưởng, tấm gương đạo đức Hồ Chí Minh.
 
Trên thực tế, những chiến dịch phong thánh cho Hồ Chí Minh đã nhanh chóng bị phá sản từ đầu. Qua việc tờ báo Daily Mail của Anh xem Hồ Chí Minh là một trong những trùm diệt chủng tàn ác nhất thế kỷ 20, đây quả là một đòn mạnh đối với hệ thống tuyên truyền VN.
  • From Stalin to Hitler, the most murderous regimes in the world
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    The 20th century witnessed death and slaughter on an unprecedented scale.
    It was the century of the Holocaust and two World Wars; of communist, Nazi, fascist and military dictators who between them killed more than 100 million people.

    Scroll down for the leaders themselves, listed in order of the numbers who died as a result of their rule.
    The casualties of conflicts involving the U.S., the UK and France in Korea, Algeria, Vietnam, the Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq are excluded on the grounds that, though many would view these as unjust colonial wars by ‘imperialist’ powers, they weren’t fought by dictators.
    Indeed, when the wars proved unpopular or unwinnable, they were brought to an end by the pressure of public opinion.
    Mao Zedong: Victims 60 million
    Mao Zedong: Victims 60 million
    Joseph Stalin: Victims 40 million
    Joseph Stalin: Victims 40 million
    Adolf Hitler: Victims 30 million
    Adolf Hitler: Victims 30 million

    1 MAO ZEDONG

    China (1949-76) Regime Communist Victims 60 million
    China’s so-called ‘Great Helmsman’ was in fact the greatest mass murderer in history. Most of his victims were his fellow Chinese, murdered as ‘landlords’ after the communist takeover, starved in his misnamed ‘Great Leap Forward’ of 1958-61, or killed and tortured in labour camps in the Cultural Revolution of the Sixties. Mao’s rule, with its economic mismanagement and continual political upheavals, also spelled poverty for most of China’s untold millions. The country embraced capitalism long after his death.

    2 JOSEPH STALIN

    Soviet Union (1929-53) Regime Communist Victims 40 million
    Lenin’s paranoid successor was the runner-up to Mao in the mass-murder stakes. Stalin imposed a deliberate famine on Ukraine, killed millions of the wealthier peasants – or ‘kulaks’ – as he forced them off their land, and purged his own party, shooting thousands and sending millions more to work as slaves and perish in the Gulag.

    3 ADOLF HITLER

    Germany (1933-45) Regime Nazi dictatorship Victims 30 million
    The horror of Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship lies in the uniqueness of his most notorious crime, the Holocaust, which stands alone in the annals of inhuman cruelty. It was carried out under the cover of World War II, a conflict Hitler pursued with the goal of obtaining ‘Lebensraum’. The war ended up costing millions of lives, leaving Europe devastated and his Third Reich in ruins.
     
    King Leopold II
    KING LEOPOLD II
    Belgium (1886-1908)
    Regime Colonial empire in Congo
    Victims Eight million enslaved Congolese
    Hideki Tojo
    HIDEKI TOJO
    Japan (1941-45)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims Five million (Japan’s victims in World War II)
    Ismail Enver Pasha
    ISMAIL ENVER PASHA
    Ottoman Turkey (1915-20)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims Two million (Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians)

    Pol Pot
    POL POT
    Cambodia (1975-79)
    Regime Communist (Khmer Rouge)
    Victims At least 1.7 million (political opponents)
    Kim Il-Sung
    KIM ILSUNG
    North Korea (1948-94)
    Regime Communist
    Victims At least 1.6 million (political opponents/civilians through famine)
    Mengistu Haile Mariam
    MENGISTU HAILE MARIAM
    Ethiopia (1974-78)
    Regime Communist military dictatorship
    Victims 1.5 million (Eritreans/political opponents)

    Yakubu Gowon
    YAKUBU GOWON
    Nigeria (1967-70)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims One million (Biafrans starved and soldiers killed in civil war)
    Jean Kambanda
    JEAN KAMBANDA
    Rwanda (1994)
    Regime Tribal dictatorship (Hutu)
    Victims 800,000 (Tutsis)
    Saddam Hussein
    SADDAM HUSSEIN
    Iraq (1979-2003)
    Regime Ba’ath Party dictatorship
    Victims 600,000 (Shi’ites, Kurds, Kuwaitis, political opponents)

    Josip Broz Tito
    JOSIP BROZ TITO
    Yugoslavia (1945-80)
    Regime Communist
    Victims 570,000 (political opponents)
    Sukarno
    SUKARNO
    Indonesia (1945-66)
    Regime Nationalist dictatorship
    Victims 500,000 (Communists)
    Mullah Omar
    MULLAH OMAR
    Afghanistan (1996-2001)
    Regime Islamist dictatorship (Taliban)
    Victims 400,000 (political/religious opponents)

    Idi Amin
    IDI AMIN
    Uganda (1971-79)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 300,000-500,000 (political/personal opponents)
    General Yahya Khan
    GENERAL YAHYA KHAN
    Pakistan (1970-71)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims 300,000 (Bengalis in East Pakistan)
    Benito Mussolini
    BENITO MUSSOLINI
    Italy (1922-45)
    Regime Fascist dictatorship
    Victims 250,000 (Ethiopians, Libyans, Jews, political opponents)

    General Mobutu Sese Seko
    GENERAL MOBUTU SESE SEKO
    Zaire/Congo (1965-97)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 230,000 (political opponents)
    Charles Taylor
    CHARLES TAYLOR
    Liberia (1989-96)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 220,000 (political/military opponents and civilians)
    Foday Sankoh
    FODAY SANKOH
    Sierra Leone (1991-2000)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 210,000 (political opponents)

    Ho Chi Minh
    HO CHI MINH
    North Vietnam (1945-69)
    Regime Communist
    Victims 200,000 (political opponents, South Vietnamese)
    Michel Micombero
    MICHEL MICOMBERO
    Burundi (1966-76)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 150,000 (Hutus)
    Hassan Al-Turabi
    HASSAN ALTURABI
    Sudan (1989-99)
    Regime Islamist dictatorship
    Victims 100,000 (political/religious opponents)

    Jean-Bedel Bokassa
    JEAN-BEDEL BOKASSA
    Central African Republic/Empire (1966-79)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 90,000 (political opponents)
    Efrain Rigs Montt
    EFRAIN RIOS MONTT
    Guatemala (1982-83)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims 70,000 (peasants, political opponents)
    Francoise/Jean-Claude Duvalier
    FRANCOIS/ JEANCLAUDE DUVALIER
    Haiti (‘Papa Doc’ 1957-71; ‘Baby Doc’ 1971-86)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 60,000 (political opponents
    Rafael Trujillo
    RAFAEL TRUJILLO
    Dominican Republic (1930-61)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 50,000 (political opponents)
    Hissene Habre
    HISSENE HABRE
    Chad (1982-90)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims 40,000 (political opponents)
    General Francisco Franco
    GENERAL FRANCISCO FRANCO
    Spain (1939-75)
    Regime Fascist/military dictatorship
    Victims 35,000 (political opponents

    Fidel Castro
    FIDEL CASTRO
    Cuba (1959-2006)
    Regime Communist
    Victims 30,000 (political opponents)
    Hafez/Bashar Al-Assad
    HAFEZ/ BASHAR ALASSAD
    Syria (Hafez 1970- 2000; Bashar 2000-)
    Regime Ba’ath Party dictatorship
    Victims 25,000- 30,000 (political/ sectarian opponents
    Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
    AYATOLLAH RUHOLLAH KHOMEINI
    Iran (1979-1989)
    Regime Islamist dictatorship
    Victims 20,000 (political/religious opponents)
    Robert Mugabe
    ROBERT MUGABE
    Zimbabwe (1982-)
    Regime Personal dictatorship
    Victims 15,000 (political/tribal opponents)
    General Jorge Videla
    GENERAL JORGE VIDELA
    Argentina (1976-83)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims 13,000 (left-wing political opponents)
    Augusto Pinochet
    GENERAL AUGUSTO PINOCHET
    Chile (1973-90)
    Regime Military dictatorship
    Victims 3,000 (political opponents

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