War Part 4 by C “H” Martel, Satan’s Trinity


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By C “H” Martel, Satan’s Trinity


            The other war that Stalin would initiate was the Viet Nam War although Stalin would not live to see it through. Ho Chi Minh, a Vietnamese national, was the titular leader of the Vietnamese Communist Party and, like Kim ll-Sung, was Stalin‘s puppet. Ho had helped found the French Communist Party in the early 1920s. While in France, he welcomed a young Cambodian by the name of Pol Pot into the fold. Ho and Pol remained lifelong friends. Stalin summoned Ho to Moscow in the 1930s to give him extended training in the art of revolution. In 1946, Ho was sent to China, on the border with Vietnam, to start up military operations with the goal of pulling Vietnam into the communist fold. In January of 1949 Stalin met with Mao in a railway car outside Moscow (as Mao’s civil war in China was going well and would conclude with a Communist victory in May of 1950). At this meeting Stalin was to hand Ho’s control over to Mao. Mao was directed to manage Ho’s military efforts; to conquer his Vietnam homeland for the Communists. It took the Communists nearly 30 years to complete their victory in Vietnam. By the time the Vietnamese had achieved their victory, in 1975, Stalin, Mao and Ho were all gone from the scene and only Pol Pot remained alive. Except for some 20 degrees of latitude there was no distinguishing difference between the Korean and Vietnamese wars. Both were Communist wars of aggression initiated by Stalin.

CH Martel is an expert on the commonalities of Hitler, Stalin and Muhammad.  From the life and death of Hitler, to the life and Death of Muhammad with respect to Joseph Stalin, Satan’s Trinity is a compelling, interesting and historically relevant book that can be purchased at http://www.satanstrinity.com.  To reach the author for questions, information and interviews, please contact CH Martel at satanstrinity@gmail.com.



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