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Danh sách cần điểm danh

1/Đồng Chí Anh Các Chú: Ủy Viên Bộ Chính Trị kiêm Tổng Bí Thơ Đảng Bù Bựa

10610 lượt đọc kể từ Sun, 26/08/2012 - 18:35

Vietnam Ex-Prisoner of Conscience Dies of AIDS Infected during Imprisonment

Huynh Anh Tri, a former Vietnamese political prisoner, who was infested with HIV virus during his 14-year imprisonment, passed away from AIDS after over half of year after being released.

Several months after being freed from the cell when his sentence ended in late 2013, Mr. Tri was detected to have been infested with the deathly virus. His health deteriorated fast as the infection turned into AIDS in recent months and he stopped breathing on July 5 in Ho Chi Minh City, the largest economic hub in the communist nation.

Mr. Tri, born in 1971, and his older brother Huynh Anh Tu were arrested in 1999 with accusation of “conducting terrorist activities against the state” under Article 84 of Vietnam’s Criminal Code. Both of them were sentenced to 14 years in jail in the same year.

Tri said during his time in Z30A prison in Xuan Loc district in the southern province of Dong Nai, he was forced to share the same room with criminal prisoners, and many of them were infested with HIV. Prisoners are not allowed to keep personnel items, including shaving razor blades, he said.

He added that prison staff periodically gave shaving razor blades to prisoners. After shaving, the staff took the blade and many prisoners could use the same one. He suspected that his HIV infection was a result of sharing the blade with criminal HIV-infected prisoners.

After his sentence ended, Tri and Tu have no place to live as police in HCM City refused to issue basic documents for them, including identification cards. Without proper documents, they could not find job. They also found it difficult to rent home as local police asked any landlord not to give them a shelter.

In the communist nation, prisoners, especially prisoners of conscience, are treated badly by prison staff, who have harassed or ordered criminal prisoners to suppress other prisoners.

In May-June of 2013, prominent political prisoner Cu Huy Ha Vu fasted 25 days to protest inhumane treatment in prison. In August in the same year, political prisoner Nguyen Van Hai (aka Dieu Cay) also conducted a 33-day hunger strike to condemn prison staff’s harassment against prisoners, and demand better conditions in jail.

Earlier on April 3 this year, former political prisoner Dinh Dang Dinh passed away several months after being freed. The former chemical teacher died of stomach cancer, which he blamed for obtaining toxic substance via food supplied by the prison.

Other former political prisoners, including Pham Thanh Nghien and Le Thi Cong Nhan reported that their health has seriously worsened due to bad living conditions in prison as well as lack of proper medical services.

Vietnam always denies holding any political prisoners while international human rights said there are over 200 prisoners of conscience held in severe conditions in the communist nation.

2683 lượt đọc kể từ Sat, 05/07/2014 - 19:33

Paulo Thành Nguyễn - Stories on human rights in my country: A large jail

I think I still continue fighting for human right, for my own citizen's right and fight until the last for my freedom of moving which I was robbed. Maybe I could lose my job, maybe my family has to go around to find a new house, maybe I will be beaten and put in jail. Because I know that, they will do anything to cut off my voice. But I promise I will tell you about my life, about many strange and horror stories which happening around my country whenever I can. I am also sorry if my story makes you unhappy. I just hope you could sympathize with me. I need your help to share this to many people by your way. Please, do it. Thank you so much.

3234 lượt đọc kể từ Mon, 20/01/2014 - 18:12

Doan Trang - Full Report on the Suppression of Bloggers Celebrating International Human Rights Day in Vietnam

This report, compiled by the Network of Vietnamese Bloggers [1], aims to provide a full description of acts of oppression by the Vietnamese authorities against some citizens who peacefully exercised their right to freedom of expression and freedom of assembly in celebration of the International Human Rights Day on December 10.

4143 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 13/12/2013 - 01:28

Indictment of Dinh Nhat Uy case

For example, the shared link to article titled “Lật tẩy bộ mặt của Giải nhân quyền Hellman/Hammett” (Uncover the truth of the Hellman/Hammet Human Rights Award) from site, Uy criticized: “They even lie about things like this. This can only fool the shrimp heads out there.” Under this post, there are 18 likes and 7 comments, some with offensive words.

3720 lượt đọc kể từ Wed, 23/10/2013 - 15:40

The story of Dinh Nguyen Kha

Kha told his father that he had been coerced into signing on a confession admitting his guilt of terrorism. His father wondered how he could be coerced, and Kha said if he declined to admit guilt, the police would imprison his whole family. Kha learnt that his elder brother had been arrested, and he was so scared, fearing that the police may also arrest his parents.

4062 lượt đọc kể từ Tue, 10/09/2013 - 03:13

Final Investigation Records of Đinh Nhật Uy

Final Investigation Records of Đinh Nhật Uy

Long An Police Department National Security & Investigation Organization ---------------------- No: 03/ANĐT August 27th, 2013 at Long An

Final Investigation Records Case: Abusing the freedoms of an ordinary citizen that disrupted the government, government officials, organizations and other citizens in Tan An City. Prosecution date: June 6th, 2013.

Prosecution is made due to "Criminal Law No. 2;" therefore the defendant is prosecuted thereby "Criminal Law No. 2." Đinh Nhật Uy had been arrested on the same date (June 6th, 2013) by the National Security & Investigation Organization which is part of the Long An Police Department due to the clause: "Abusing the freedoms of an ordinary citizen that disrupted the government, government officials, organizations and other citizens."

4022 lượt đọc kể từ Mon, 09/09/2013 - 10:05

Police's investigation conclusion report on the case of Dinh Nhat Uy

Police's investigation conclusion report on the case of Dinh Nhat Uy


Case: Abusing democratic freedoms to infringe upon the interests of the State, the legitimate rights and interests of organizations and/or citizens, Tan An city. Opened on June 12, 2013

5382 lượt đọc kể từ Mon, 09/09/2013 - 05:37

An Account of Prisoner of Conscience Do Thi Minh Hanh's Arrest, Torture, and Sham Trials

Do Thi Minh Hanh has been subjected to several prison transfers, mental torture, beatings, and forced labor.

5943 lượt đọc kể từ Thu, 29/08/2013 - 15:41

Nguyễn Thị Nhung - My Dear Little Girl

My chest ached thinking about you, my dear. Remember when we met last time, you jumped up arms around my neck. I held you tight kissing your cheeks still full of aroma of the milk I had fed you. I pulled your hair aside to kiss your forehead. However, this meeting was completely different. I couldn’t hold you in my arms because the terrible screen had separated you and me. Now, I sit here recounting these events, I deeply worry about you. I miss you so much. I love you so much. My dear little girl now has to confront all sorts of dangers alone. I spend each minute, each hour worry about you with such heavy heart but for my dear little girl, it would be much more terrifying experience.


My dear little girl! You know that I am not lonely. When I cry talking about you, my dear little girl, many people even though are far, very far away, are crying with me. Right now, I will try to do anything for you, even to scarify my life to achieve anything for you, even the smallest, I would not be hesitate nor I would regret it.

5324 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 03/05/2013 - 17:29

Người Buôn Gió - Thought of Đồng Chiêm from Văn Giang

Both Hán Tử Long anh Nguyễn Ngọc Năm couldn’t break a new ground in that case. They coud demand a little bit fair, that meant they’re luckier than their colleagues who were named "left side." It was obviously that, their claims couldn’t success without their superviors’ agreements at VOV, and the senior officers’ at the police agency of Vĩnh Yên province. Both sides – who had to beat or were beaten - were also paid by "payroll," so it was very difficult if they would like to show their own ideas.

However their compensation couldn’t present any good thing. It was just a resolving way, let the authorities’ internal relations were better than. People felt unfair because the cases of Nguyễn Hữu Vinh or Nguyễn Chí Đức couldn’t be clarified by justice. What they did just let public knew clearly that, the government’s actions tried to mean they have never been above the law with any one else, they only did what so-called implicit rules between governmental agencies together.

From Văn Giang to Đồng Chiêm may be our coutry’s constitution and law had to divide two kinds of people, in order to cary out its mission successfully; one constitution and law to protect power elites and another for oppressed people. So public had to accept at the end of the day, and that’s the way to study deeply about communism, there was no need to look for where was central argument council?

7460 lượt đọc kể từ Sun, 28/04/2013 - 07:22

Letter Of Petition In Misery To Call For Help

Again, I affirm that my children and grandchild have never committed homicide; nor have they resisted any public agents in doing their jobs.

Please save my children and my grandchild.

Please save the innocent victims.

Please have your voice heard and action seen.

Hai phong, March 26, 2013.

Tran Thi Map

2924 lượt đọc kể từ Tue, 09/04/2013 - 20:13

Offener Brief mit der Bitte um Hilfe

Ich wiederhole, dass meine Kinder niemanden umbrachten und sich niemals gegen die Staatsgewalt widersetzten.

Unterstützen Sie bitte meine Kinder.
Erretten Sie bitte die unschuldigen Opfer aus der Not.
Sprechen Sie bitte aus
Handeln Sie bitte.

Hải Phòng, den 26/3/2013.

2359 lượt đọc kể từ Tue, 09/04/2013 - 20:03

Trần Văn Huỳnh - Lê Thăng Long and the Journey for Human Rights

Such achievements are obtained through the many brilliant pioneers who fought for many years for a democratic Vietnam. There were forefathers who lost their lives for the sacred cause, but there have been generations of followers who keep on marching to arrive at today’s success. And I believe that Lê Thăng Long’s work makes a big part of today’s success.

The journey still has numerous obstacles to overcome, but we will certainly arrive at our destination, because presently there are many Lê Thăng Longs around us who participate.

3318 lượt đọc kể từ Tue, 09/04/2013 - 12:46

Carried coffin for prostest at Vĩnh Yên province

According to unverified statement from multiple sources of local people, the son-in-law of the Chairman of Vĩnh Phúc province beat Nguyễn Tuấn Anh to death, then threw his body into the drain. Nguyễn Tuấn Anh’s relatives and thousands of Vĩnh Yên residents have staged protest against local government, for they deepened suspicions that authorities were turning a blind eye to the bloodshed, or even offered their umbrella to the suspector. Nguyễn Tuấn Anh’s tragic death highlighted how important it was for society not to convict people who must be responsible for crime, but nothing was done to pursue allegations he/she was directly involved in Mr. Tuấn Anh’s killing. Where was the media? Where was the truth in our Vietnamese society? Ask if the local authorities have to be condemned and demonized in Mr. Tuấn Anh’s fatal case. Such their assumptive decision, if be considered true, would be absolutely fatal to our society.

1766 lượt đọc kể từ Tue, 19/03/2013 - 04:53

Vũ Đức Khanh & Lê Quốc Tuấn – Fear and the Yearning for Change in Vietnam

The Vietnamese have long wanted more for themselves, but did not know how to achieve their dreams. And even though some have talked about the need to remove the communist party in order to attain democracy, in reality there has been no unified agreement for a definite road to that goal. However, yearning for justice and for what is right, the Vietnamese people are now actively sharing information and knowledge about human rights, democracy, and freedom. They are eager for change.

Recognizing the power of the mass, the Vietnamese government is actively increasing terror, harassment, and oppression on those freedom fighters who have the potential to gather the mass. Wave after wave, those who spread ideas for democracy and freedom and raised their voice against the totalitarian rule of the Vietnamese Communist Party have been imprisoned under the crime of “spreading propaganda against the government”. Democratic movements were forced to operate in isolation and in secrecy. This resulted in a large crowd being suppressed but lacking a leader who can gather them together. They cannot grow into a force significant enough to bring about major political transformations.

2303 lượt đọc kể từ Sun, 10/03/2013 - 18:01

Phạm Lê Vương Các - Civil Society and the Constitution

"Today’s government needs to remain calm and courageous. It needs to accept changes and re-engineer itself in order to survive and progress."

However, if a government does not listen and respond to the demands of the people’s movements, and instead chooses oppose them, then the movements can “topple” any institution and open up opportunities for other political parties to come to power.

A wise government, therefore, is one who harmonizes with social movements, knows how to accommodate their demands, and from there regulates and guides these social movements in order to preserve stability and also its own survival.

In Vietnam at present, it would be to the government’s best interest to respect and have a "dialogue" with these movements while things are still under control.

The government is required to be calm and also to be courageous. It should accept change and transform itself in order to survive and progress.

Attempting to maintain and protect "ideology", as being done at present, not only will lead the government to unnecessary mistakes, but will also open up dark pits that will swallow up its remaining energy and strength.

The article reflects the view and style of the author, who currently is a student of law in his third year in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Attempting to maintain and protect "ideology", as being done at present, not only will lead the government to unnecessary mistakes, but will also open up dark pits that will swallow up its remaining energy and strength.

2544 lượt đọc kể từ Thu, 07/03/2013 - 12:22

Nguyễn Văn Thạnh – My Diary About The Meetings With PA61 – The Security Agency of Da Nang City

-"Thank you for your comments. Of course, we should have to take care of our family, our parents, and our children. The business is the most important thing to every one. But in our state the intellectuals’ circles, or those who can understand and recognize human rights are not much. We’re educated, we have to be responsible sharing what we know for every organ of society. Fox example, I was inherited hemophilia, I may bleed inside my body (internally). I only can live because of method of screening and treating donated blood. Maybe those who donate their blood for surviving me are poor and miserable, but they’re willing to help patients like me. If I know "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood." *, and I say nothing. Who’ll voice to poor and illiterate people? How our country can get process measures for changing the fate of the poor?"

4320 lượt đọc kể từ Sun, 10/02/2013 - 16:17

Nguyễn Thiện – We need to honor the sons of Vietnam who lost their lives in the battle for the Paracel Islands in 1974

Nguyễn Thiện is the founder of the online contest “Our People Should Know Our History”.

Honoring the sons of Vietnam who sacrificed their lives during the Paracels battle of 1974 will prove that our country belongs to all the sons and daughters of Vietnam. It will do justice to history, promote patriotism and the willingness to defend the country, and will be an important breakthrough in reconciliation of past conflicts among the Vietnamese people.

These days, in face of China’s sneaky and aggressive strategy to take over the East Sea, the defense of the country and its sovereignty must be an order to all Vietnamese, whether they live in Vietnam or abroad. More than ever before, solidarity among the Vietnamese people has become a burning point of focus, for it is only with the spirit of unity at Diên Hồng from our glorious past will we gather sufficient strength to break any and all outsiders’ plots and ruses aimed at our country.

2913 lượt đọc kể từ Sun, 03/02/2013 - 10:17

Let’s Post Photos in Support of the Petition for Revision of the 1992 Constitution

“Like” these photos if you support the Petition for the Revision of the 1992 Constitution headed by the top patriots and intellectuals of the country.



Print out such a sign by downloading it from the following link:


Posted by Admin X – The Patriotic Diary

1292 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 01/02/2013 - 15:56

Emergent notice Alerts Blogger Lê Anh Hùng’s Fate


On Thursday January 23, 2013 at 10:30am – according to witnesses – the police included one people wore uniform, and 5 people wore casual clothes, rode INOVA vehicle to HVT company at Van Lam district, Hung Yen province, ask the manager "to see Le Anh Hung for his temporary residency & absence." The owner this company is Mr. Hoang Van Trung. The director called Le Anh Hung, and the police took him.

From that time until now, his co-workers are noticed: "Le Anh Hung was been Ha Noi Metal Camp."

How brutal and unjustified the police acted! Any one who know and see Le Anh Hung, they all recognize that he doesn’t show any mental symptom. He can’t be an "insane" person, if we witness what he does work in his daily day. But every one knows, Le Anh Hung firmly pursued the accused cases and files that related to several Vietnamese senior leaders up to 70 times, but no one who lead the government shows their actions, even thought his claims are right or wrong.

Detaining and taking Le Anh Hung to "mental" camp means that: NAIL IN THE COFFIN.

1535 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 01/02/2013 - 15:40

It’s A Lot More Fun at the Mang Ca Post Than at Home

Vietnamese News - Translating into English - Members Of Dan Luan News On Line

Mai Xuân Dũng
From Mai Xuân Dũng Blog

English Version by TM111

Those of us who are in our forties or older would know by heart the poem “Lượm” by Tố Hữu. The poem tells about the Vietnamese people’s fiery and blood-soaked war to overthrow the French domination through the story of a young liaison named Lượm.

The day Huế was drawn in a bloodbath
From Hà Nội I had just returned
And at Hàng Bè
We met by chance.

1224 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 01/02/2013 - 06:06

Mr. Hồ Cương Quyết And The Trip For Releasing Film "Hoàng Sa - The Sufer Of Loss"

Within two days: Friday 11 January, 2013 at Folamava -the small village in The Cezh Republic- and Saturday 12 January, 2013 at Erfurt City in Germany, Mr. André Menras – also known as Mr. Ho Cuong Quyet and also the director of the film - continued to contact with Vietnamese local residents, for friendly talking and sharing about the content of the film "Hoang Sa: The Suffer Of Loss," that would release in those areas. He also asked Vienamese people, who resided in foreign countries to donate for supporting Vietnamese fishermen, as Tet - The Vietnamese Traditional Holiday - will come soon. The Vietnamese fishermen, who were victims had to bear aggressive and rude actions by Chinese military at the islands, that inherited the sovereignty of Viet Nam.

1088 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 01/02/2013 - 05:25

No-U Sent Their Letter To Ms Huỳnh Thị Sinh, The Widow of Late Lieutenant Colonel Nguỵ Văn Thà

We know that after husband died when you were at a very young age, you stayed single to raise three daughters, and currently your life is still facing difficulty. We learned that the apartment where you live had been torn down and rebuilt so many times, and its current condition is still unknown. Anyhow, we hope you have a peaceful life, and you should take pride of being a hero’s wife.


And please join us to shout a slogan that we shouted on the streets of Hanoi on 24/07/2011:

Ngụy văn Thà is immortal!

1124 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 01/02/2013 - 05:00

Knowing Half Truth Is Better Than Knowing Nothing

Yesterday I read an article by Lưu Đình Triều on Tuoi Tre (newspaper). As I have lived through the period of time discussed in The Winner, witnessed and learned about similar cases, I think it is true that Mr. Lưu Qúy Kỳ had to hide his emotion from his son, especially when his son was a former officer in the enemy’s military force, to maintain his revolutionary principle, and what Huy Đúc revealed is not false. I also think that Huy Đức did not mean to stigmatize and put down Mr. Kỳ or Triều. Because he just wanted to show the evidence in consistence with the flow of ideas expressed in the text, he could not discuss the story in more details. The fact that Luu Dinh Trieu weakly raised his opposition is not difficult to understand. It is regrettable that Lưu Đình Triều did not dare to face the truth that he and his father were not the only ones who were caught in the "deep love but cold reason" situation, which was very common at that time because it was a way to protect the safety of the winners, especially high ranking officials.

862 lượt đọc kể từ Fri, 01/02/2013 - 04:27
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