Friday, April 1, 2016



The above title is the headline of a news article on Nhan Dan (People) Daily News, the media of the Communist Party of Vietnam Quisling (CPV).
Why have the “rats” in the “Communist Congress” heatedly debated about the land confiscation policy?
Discussion topics were included with many items but there is one single thing the Vietnamese inside and outside Vietnam want to question them:
Vietnamese Communists want the international communities, especially America, to recognize and endorse them that they run  market economy.  Therefore, they have plans to reduce state- controlled companies, and at the same time, increase private companies and offer help to boost up these companies. It means they aim to increase the market share of private companies compared to state-owned companies in order to have a significant ratio. 
Citizens have their right to own manufacturing raw materials and production means. Therefore in the countryside peasants also have land ownership right. Because we know land is important production resource for peasants.
If land still belongs to “the people’s ownership” under the management of Communist authorities confirmed by the fourth article of (revised) Vietnamese Constitution which authorizes the totalitarian leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) is still in effect, then the question is: One side the Communist monopolizes the ownership of the land and peasants only “rent” land to cultivate. Therefore, Vietnamese peasants are still bearing the fate of hired peasants. They still rent land, cultivate hard and pay taxes.  
As long as Vietnamese peasants do not have land ownership right then they are still exploited because the CPV Quisling monopolizes the production resources. And the most peasants only bear the title “agriculture commercial class” and the “red officials” play the role of real business men. So, in fact, Vietnamese peasants have permanently had no business ownership right as other private company owners do in free countries.   
During monarchy regimes in Vietnam the land was owned by the State. It meant land belonged to the King. Citizens paid taxes under the form of “provincial land”. It meant all villages have state land (government officials did not intervene) and periodically land was divided equally between peasants in village.
During 50 years of governance in North Vietnam and 38 years governing South Vietnam, the CPV confiscated all land throughout the nation. Good land were distributed to the loyal Communist cadres, bad land were divided to other citizens in the countryside and in urban areas under the term “Right to use land”.
Without the ownership of production resources then even talented peasants cannot develop their skills and creativity to effectively contribute to the society. Also, it is difficult to maintain the traditional production lines through generations but only temporary and short term production. Even the land laws may be revised but the communist leadership still owns the land then the production initiatives cannot develop at best.
Land distribution was effective after land legislation was revised and in effect since the signing date. Question: Was there a retroactive effect and what was the starting effective time for this land legislation?
Remember since the Vietnamese communists seized power then they started robbing people’s land and other properties with the exact meaning of robbing by the rulers. Therefore, how has the illegal seizure of people’s properties been resolved?
Briefly, the joking show “Communist Congress” who discussed the land legislation only created favorable conditions for the “rat congress members” so they can chat and did not fall asleep during congress’s meetings and also badly interfered with information of people’s anti-government movements.
If Vietnam is still under the governance of the CPV who is the loyal subordinate to Russia and China and other international financial groups then those land legislations should be abolished. Because the first major legislation should be: “The Communists should be outlawed from political and social activities of Vietnamese people, at least for 99 years before reassessing it during the next 4 or 5 generations who will make their own decisions to determine if they approve the Communism. This is one of major and urgent national topics for discussion. 


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