PICK A NAME FOR CHINA’S XI JINPING – PRESIDENT, KING, OR DICTATOR


PICK A NAME FOR CHINA’S XI JINPING – PRESIDENT, KING, OR DICTATOR Pick a name for China’s Xi Jinping. “Some people might call him the King of China. But he’s called president” says President Donald Trump. Special Frontier Force picked up a name for China’s Xi Jinping – ‘The Great Dictator of Communist China.’ His ‘Greatness’ overshadows the Greatness of Dictator, Chairman Mao Zedong. Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE PRESIDENT TRUMP: SOME MAY CALL XI JINPING ‘KING OF CHINA’ Clipped from: http://time.com/4998720/donald-trump-kind-china-xi-jinping/ “Some people might call him the king of China. But he’s called president” President Trump congratulated Xi Jinping … Continue reading PICK A NAME FOR CHINA’S XI JINPING – PRESIDENT, KING, OR DICTATOR

NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON WHILE AIR WAR CONTINUES OVER NORTH VIETNAM


NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON WHILE AIR WAR CONTINUES OVER NORTH VIETNAM On May 10, 1972, United States continued its air warfare on North Vietnam after Nixon-Kissinger visited Peking in February 1972 providing comfort to Enemy during War. Nixon-Kissinger utterly failed to defend the US military mission; the issue is not that of failed diplomacy, the issue is clearly that of act of treason. I blame Nixon-Kissinger Vietnam Treason for derailing Tibetan Resistance Movement. Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE Intense air war continues over North Vietnam Publisher A+E Networks President Richard Nixon’s decision to mine North Vietnamese harbors … Continue reading NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON WHILE AIR WAR CONTINUES OVER NORTH VIETNAM

NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – EVIL SHADOW OF DARKNESS


NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – EVIL SHADOW OF DARKNESS On January 23, 2016, I recall the historical announcement made by President Richard M Nixon on January 23, 1973. Both President Nixon and his National Security Adviser, Dr. Henry Kissinger fully recognized that the United States military campaign using aerial bombardment was not making its expected impact. United States was not able to stop the flow of war supplies into North Vietnam. It is no surprise for Nixon-Kissinger team had failed in their duty to identify the ‘ENEMY’. Success in Warfare is practically impossible without knowing Enemy. In Vietnam War, North … Continue reading NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – EVIL SHADOW OF DARKNESS

NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – POLICY OF POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM


NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – POLICY OF POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM   Paris Peace Accords of January 23, 1973 fully expose Nixon-Kissinger Treason in Vietnam. Nixon-Kissinger pursued a policy of ‘Political Opportunism’ which describes the practice of adapting one’s actions, judgments, etc., to circumstances in order to further one’s immediate interests without regard for basic principles or eventual consequences. Nixon-Kissinger sacrificed national interests and handed down historical defeat to US Armed Forces without any concern for Pride and Honor of men and women of USA who serve their country in uniform. Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE THIS … Continue reading NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – POLICY OF POLITICAL OPPORTUNISM

NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – LUST FOR POLITICAL POWER


NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – LUST FOR POLITICAL POWER On darkroom.baltimoresun.com On January 23, 2016, I recall the events of January 23, 1973 to describe Nixon-Kissinger Treason in Vietnam. Nixon-Kissinger pursued the practice or policy of adapting one’s actions, judgments, etc., to circumstances in order to further their own immediate interests without regard for basic principles or eventual consequences. Nixon-Kissinger acted in a reckless manner driven by lust for political power. These actions make them guilty of treason as they constitute betrayal of trust, and violation of the allegiance owed to the United States by giving aid and comfort to … Continue reading NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – LUST FOR POLITICAL POWER

NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – REMEMBERING JANUARY 23, 1973


NIXON-KIISINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – REMEMBERING JANUARY 23, 1973 On http://www.haikudeck.com On January 23, 1973, President Nixon announced about ‘The Agreement on Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam’ popularly known as Paris Peace Accords. This Vietnam Peace Treaty was signed on January 27, 1973 with cease-fire effective from January 28, 1973. Nixon-Kissinger are guilty of treason in Vietnam for President Nixon won his election for first-term in 1968, and later won his election for second-term in 1972 by using Vietnam War for political gain and not to serve the purpose of the United States which was at War … Continue reading NIXON-KISSINGER TREASON IN VIETNAM – REMEMBERING JANUARY 23, 1973

THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – THE FALL OF SAIGON – APRIL 30 1975


The Fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975 was a price paid by the US Armed Forces to satisfy the lustful obsession of Dr Kissinger to develop intimate relations with The Evil Red Empire. Continue reading THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – THE FALL OF SAIGON – APRIL 30 1975