The US Defeat in Vietnam Changed Nothing

Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

“April 30 was the anniversary date when North Vietnamese forces forced U.S. officials to exit Vietnam, much to their chagrin. That was after some 58,000 American men had died for nothing, not to mention the tens of thousands of injured American soldiers and the millions of Vietnamese who were killed or injured as a result of U.S. intervention in Vietnam’s civil war. To this day, there are those who claim that those 58,000 men died for their country and in defense of our freedoms here at home. Almost 50 years after the end of that sordid intervention, such people continue to operate under severe self-delusion. North Vietnam never attacked, invaded, or occupied the United States or even had any interest in doing so.” (05/14/24)