LBJ Admits Murder of South Vietnam’s President Ngo Dinh Diem?


(FEDERALJACK)   In the early part of the Vietnam War Ngo Dinh Diem was “our man in Saigon” but by late ’62 he was viewed as ineffective by many in the U.S. and a liability by the White House.



4 Responses to LBJ Admits Murder of South Vietnam’s President Ngo Dinh Diem?

  • LBJ was one of the true scumbags in American history.

  • Well said.

  • Confession is good for the soul LBJ. Now – how about a few words on the JFK assassination???

  • Being a USMC/68/69 Vietnam Vet, I was discusing the war with a fellow worker and work partner some years back. This fellow worker told me he was stationed at a remote Army Air Base in Southern Vietnam and proceeded to tell me that one of the planes sent to bomb and kill the Vietnamese President had flown from his air base. I was a bit surprised and pursued his statement that “we” engaged in an attempt to assassinate Deim and the source of his information; he then told me it was shared knowledge between the pilot and his mission and some of the base personel. I also recall him saying that Deims Catholic religion had something to do with eliminating Deim.

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