No Room at the Inn

July 1979
National Review;7/6/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 27, p843
This article reveals the horror unleased by the communist government in Vietnam. The Vietnamese government has robbed the properties of around 200,000 ethnic Chinese before expelling them. It is expected that around a million ethnic Chinese may be expelled by the Vietnamese communist government. Meanwhile, many Vietnamese people who cannot tolerate the brutality of their government on them are escaping the country by boat and many have crossed border to Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. These horror is the responsibility of Vietnam's government and the Soviet Union which supports it.


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