Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Tom Hayden’s Vietnam Memorial

Stalinist Vietnamese regime used his broadcasts as soundtrack for torture sessions of American POWs.
Lloyd Billingsley

Tom Hayden has passed away at 76 and the New York Times obituary recalled him as a “civil rights and anti-war activist.” That bears little resemblance to the real person, especially in regard to Vietnam.........After Vietnam, many who had played leading roles in the New Left had second thoughts, David Horowitz and Peter Collier among them. Not so, Tom Hayden, who remained shrink-wrapped in leftist superstition to the end.   In a December 20, 2014 oped piece in the Sacramento Bee, Hayden wrote that he first went to Cuba in 1968. He made five more trips but remained uncritical of the Castro regime, one of the most repressive in the world, never championing the cause of a single dissident or political prisoner. ....To Read More....
 

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