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Nhac Viet Nam | Free Viet Khang Võ Minh Trí Now! | Free Viet Khang Vo Minh Tri Now!
Free Viet Khang Võ Minh Trí Now!
Free Viet Khang Vo Minh Tri Now!
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Cứu Việt Khang, Cứu Việt Nam, Tẩy Chay Việt Cộng! Save Viet Khang, Save Viet Nam, Boycott Viet Cong! Viet Khang is musician and a hero that dared to speak up his mind and feelings against the inhuman Viet Cong Regime. He is now in jail by the VC and his life is unknown. Let's stand up and unite to fight for Viet Khang and other people like him for the better Vietnam. Unite to fight for Freedom, Human Rights and Democracy for Vietnam!
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ORDER NOW on DVD: [http:alturl.comfz2qt] or Bluray: [http:alturl.comsmy8o]This is an official exclusive pre-release clip from Asia Entertainment. Please support us by purchasing original products. © Asia Entertainment [http:trungtamasia.com] © Asia Channel [http:youtube.comtrungtamasiachannel] Facebook: http:facebook.comTheAsiaChannel Email : [email protected] Or: [email protected] Official website: http:TrungTamAsia.com 10501 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92840 Phone: (800) 345-7047 (714) 636-3002. Email: [email protected]
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Lý Tống là ai

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nhac viet nam | Viet Nam Toi Dau? Anh La Ai? Viet Khang English second version | Viet Nam Toi Dau? Anh La Ai? Viet Khang English second version

Viet Nam Toi Dau? Anh La Ai? Viet Khang English second version

CLICK HERE TO SIGN OUR PETITION: FOR OBAMA https:wwws.whitehouse.govpetitions#!petitionstop-expanding-trade-vietnam-expense-human-rights53PQRDZH Original Video from TuoiTreYn http:www.youtube.comuserTuoiTreYN?feature=watch Ca Nhac Si Viet Khang Chàng Trai Nước Việt I would like to dedicate this English version to our young hero Viet Khang. Who is Viet Khang? Viet Khang - born Vo Minh Tri - is a young Vietnamese musician and singer in his thirties. He was arrested by the Vietnamese communist authorities December 23, 2011 just for having composed and sang two patriotic songs ("Who are You" and "" Where is my Vietnam ") emphasizing the concern of the Vietnamese people against the invasion China's gradual. During 2011, Hundreds of people took to the streets in Vietnam to protest against Chinese incursions in Vietnamese seas territorales. Ironically, several protestors were imprisoned or brutally oppressed by the Vietnamese police - without judiciare trial. Viet Khang threw into relief the tragic moments in his songs, which cost him his incommunicado detention. I call for everyone who loves freedom to join us to demand the immediate release of Viet Khang. A big thank you from our hearts!
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