Vietnam’s Nuclear Dreams Blossom [sic - this appears to be untrue] Despite Doubts
By NORIMITSU ONISHI March 1, 2012 New York Times - Asia - Vietnam's nuclear dreams blossom [sic] despite doubts.
'New York Times' Asia Pacific branch. It's sad to see these unfortunate people being lined up for fleecing. It's amazing how the French and Japanese (both previous colonisers) and Americans are trying their hand at more of this fake technology. I sometimes think 'third world' people might struggle free of first world fraud. For example the 'AIDS' fraud was partly exposed in south Africa and south-east Asia; I gather Mexicans were the first to be massively sceptical of NASA's 'moon landing' fraud. If China took on board the ideas of Harold Hillman, they might pull ahead in cell biology - where patient, slow experiments are needed; they might be able to counter the vaccine industry with good research. In the social sciences, there's no obvious reason why some of these people might develop accurate theories involving serious economics (not Marxist crap or the ridiculous 'paper money first' Jewish stuff). And for that matter accurate views on militarism. There have been conferences on the Holocaust fraud in a few middle eastern countries. So there are signs of intellectual life in these places. But maybe it's a bit like hoping that education for women, as promoted from the late 19th century by idealists, would produce a flowering from supposedly oppressed people - it's a nice idea but with very little to show for it.