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.