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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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nhac viet nam | Cuộc nói chuyện của Trúc Hồ về Việt Khang Asia Channel phân 5 02.01.2012 | Cuoc noi chuyen cua Truc Ho ve Viet Khang Asia Channel phan 5 02.01.2012

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The right to petition your government is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. The Obama Administration has launched a petitioning program called "We the People". "We the People" provides a new way to petition the Obama Administration to take action. If a petition gets enough support (the minimum is currently 25,000 petitioners), White House staff will review it, ensure it's sent to the appropriate policy experts, and issue an official response. We only need a valid email address to petition. Our goal is to reach more than 200,000 signatures in 30 days, and we plan on beginning our 30 day run on FEB 7th, 2012. Please have everyone get acquainted with the program and signed up with a WhiteHouse.gov account. STEP 1: go to WhiteHouse.gov STEP 2: click on "We the People - get started now" on the bottom right corner STEP 3: click on "sign in create an account" on the very bottom right corner STEP 4: click on "create an Account" STEP 5: enter your email and info STEP 6: go to your personal email account, open email from WhiteHouse.gov STEP 7: in that email, click on the first link provided, it should send you back to Whitehouse.gov and your email should be verified If all is correct, you now have an account and are eligible to sign the petitions. We will launch our petition (title and mission below) on FEB 7th, and on that day we will all sign in to WhiteHouse.gov and sign the petition together. STOP EXPANDING TRADE WITH VIETNAM AT THE EXPENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTSSince 2007, the Vietnamese government has continuously waged brutal crackdown against human rights advocates, arresting and detaining notables such as: Rev. Nguyen Van Ly, Nobel Peace Prize nominees Ven. Thich Quang Do and Dr. Nguyen Dan Que, blogger Dieu Cay, and most recently songwriter Viet Khang, who merely expressed love for freedom and patriotism through songs he posted online. Congress has responded by introducing the Vietnam Human Rights Act, Vietnam Human Rights Sanctions Act and just last month, H Res 484. We implore Mr. President, to leverage Vietnam's desire for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Generalized System of Preferences to force the immediate and unconditional release of all detained or imprisoned human rights champions. Show the world America puts freedom first. Sincerely, Saigon Broadcasting Television Network, (SBTN, Inc) OFFICIAL PAGE FOR OUR CAUSE: http:facebook.comWeAreAllVietnamANH LA AI (Who are you) By Viet KhangMay I ask, who are you? Why arrest me? What have I done wrong? May I ask, who are you? Why beat me without the slightest mercy? May I ask, who are you? To keep me from protesting For love of this country, whose people have endured far too much!May I ask, where are you? Forbidding me from opposing a Chinese invasion May I ask, where are you? Why scold me in the language of my people?Where is your nationalism? Why consciously take orders from China? You will leave a mark to last a thousand years Your hands will be stained with the blood of our peopleI cannot sit still While Vietnam collapses And my people sink Into a thousand years of eternal darknessI cannot sit still My children and the next generation deserve a future Where will our roots be When Vietnam is no longer in this world?
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