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The Religious Beginnings of an Unholy War
The Shocking Story of the Catholic "Church's" Role in Starting the Vietnam War
By Avro Manhattan
Avro Manhattan (1914-1990). Avro Manhattan was the world's foremost authority on Roman Catholicism in politics. A resident of London, during World War II he operated a radio station called "Radio Freedom" broadcasting to occupied Europe.
He was the author of over 20 books including the best-seller The Vatican in World Politics, twice Book-of-the-Month and going through 57 editions. He was a Great Briton who risked his life daily to expose some of the darkest secrets of the Papacy. His books were #1 on the Forbidden Index for the past 50 years!!
With an immense collection of facts, photos, names and dates, Manhattan proves that the Vietnam War began as a religious conflict. He shows how America was manipulated into supporting Catholic oppression in Vietnam supposedly to fight communism.
World War II, the Provisional Partition of Vietnam, and the Beginning of the Vietnamese Conflict.
Defeat of France and Japan - Vietnamese freedom-fighters declare the independence of Vietnam - A French Vietnamese puppet Prime Minister - Vietnamese Catholic Bishops appeal to the Vatican - The U.S. sends two warships to Saigon - Eisenhower helps the French in Vietnam - The Geneva Agreement - The l7th Parallel as "a provisional demarcation line" between North and South Vietnam - The Catholic lobby in the U.S. prevents a free election in Vietnam - Fear of a communist electoral take-over - President Eisenhower's candid comment. >> see chapter 1 >>
The Vatican-American Grand Alliance
Reasons Which Prompted the U.S. to Commit Herself to the War in
Fatimaization of the West
Religious and Ideological Preliminaries to the Vietnamese War.
The Pope's Blessing for a Preventive War
The Secretary of the U.S. Navy, Secret Chamberlain of the Pope,
Prepares for World War III.
The Miraculous Zig-Zagging Sun
Pope Pius XII Uses Religious
Emotionalism as an Incitement to War.
The Pope's "Preventive War" Miscarries.
U.S. Admirals, Generals and Diplomats Troop to the Vatican, President Truman's Despairing Comments.
Papal warning of the "barbaric invasion" - The American leader of the "Free Russia Committee" - Dulles appeals for "an atomic striking force" - Eisenhower and 12 War Ministers - 100 Divisions on the "ready" - Saturation bombing experts see the pope - Russian agents steal "the cipher books" of the Vatican - Vatican diplomats and their secret spying via religion - The CIA - 100 million dollars to train spies and terrorists - Uniforms with regulation shoulder flashes marked USSR, instead of USA - Anybody here who can speak Russian? - The pope promises the liberation of' Soviet Russia - Mystical conditioning of Catholicism for the outbreak of an atomic conflict - President Truman's despairing comment.
The Men Behind the Vietnamese War.
Politicians, Generals, and Prelates and their Selection of the "Savior of Vietnam."
The U.S. and 400,000 tons of war material - The fateful compromise of the 17th Parallel - Joint Vatican-U.S. Asian strategy - Catholic anti-communist crusade, McCarthy and Dulles - A cardinal as a linchpin between Washington and Rome - J.F. Kennedy and the Catholic lobby - U.S. preparation for intervention in Vietnam - The U.S. signs the fatal Vietnam agreement with France - The U.S. takes over military duties in South Vietnam - Foster-child of the Washington-Vatican sponsorship of South Vietnam - A would-be Catholic monk for an American grey eminence - Diem's messiah-like complex - Diem becomes the premier of South Vietnam.
The Virgin Mary Goes South.
The Catholic Imponderable in
the Escalation of the Vietnamese
Diem begins to create a Catholic administration - Diem refuses to hold elections as commanded by the Geneva Agreement - Diem's refusal is supported by the U.S. and the Vatican - The plan for the mass dislocation from the North - The Catholics of North Vietnam, a state within a state - The communist leader of North Vietnam appoints a Catholic bishop to his government - Catholics want preferential treatment - Scheme for mass exodus of Northern Catholics toward South Vietnam - "Why has the Virgin Mary left the North?" - Catholic mass evacuation from North Vietnam - Results of the Catholic-CIA -Diem propaganda campaign - Catholic priests as Diem's agents - A personal message to Eisenhower - The Seventh Fleet is sent to help Diem - Flight for Freedom with the American Navy - The pope's representatives meet the first refugees - Humbug fanfare from Washington - The greatest phony refugee campaign promoted by the CIA and the Vatican.
The Pius-Spellman-Dulles Secret Scheme.
The U.S. Taxpayer Finances the Creation of a "Catholic Dictatorship" in South Vietnam.
The preparation for a massive Catholic community in South Vietnam - The setting up of a model Catholic state - The U.S. Catholic lobby begins to milk the U.S. taxpayer to help Diem - 40 million dollars to resettle the Catholics from North Vietnam - State officials and Catholic priests - U.S. aid, "to Catholics only" - Mobile Catholic unit to defend Christendom - A rural Catholic militia - Rapid Catholicization of South Vietnam - Catholics to the top - Become a Catholic for a quick promotion - Mishandling of U.S. aid to Vietnam - Buddhists persuaded to become Catholics - A top U.S. general becomes a Catholic - Discrimination against non-Catholics - The strengthening of Catholics from the communist North.
The Promotion of Catholic Totalitarianism.
"Individuals Considered Dangerous May Be Confined to a Concentration Camp."
Discrimination against non-Catholic religions - Bribes, threats, agents and bitterness - Battles, riots and arrest of members of "hostile" religions - Further consolidation of the Catholic presence - Diem is given "dictatorial" power - Executive orders for concentration camps - American advisors support the new measures - Buddhists arrested without warrants - Interrogation, deportation, and torture of Buddhists - "Open" detention camps - Massacre and mass elimination of Buddhists - Buddhists become Catholic to save their lives.
Consolidation of Terrorism
Anti-Protestant Legislation - Detention, Arrests, Tortures and Executions.
Catholic totalitarianism for a model Catholic state - Diem and the pope's teaching - The Church should NOT be separated from the state - Refusal of license to preach - A Catholic state cannot tolerate Protestant dissidents - Blue print for the elimination of Protestantism - Catholic education for a Catholic state - South Vietnam built upon the social doctrines of ten popes - "It is an error to believe the Catholic Church has not the power of using force" - The cult of personalism - Diem's American "civil advisors" send gloomy reports to Washington - Altars and shrines for President Diem - Catholic "commando squads" of South Vietnam trained at Michigan University - Identification cards for dissident Catholics - Arrests and executions of Buddhist rebels - 24,000 wounded and 80,000 executed - 200, 000 Buddhists demonstrate in Saigon - Diem decides to eliminate the religion of the majority.
A CIA Spy Plane Cancels a Summit Meeting
The Cardinal Spellman War
Replaces the "Preventive War" Planned by the Dulles Brothers and
Pope Pius XII.
The Vatican Attempts to Prevent Peace
Pope John XXIII Rejects
Geneva Agreement While a U.S. Catholic President Goes for
Religious Persecutions and Suicides by Fire
World Opinion Forces U.S. to
"Deplore Repressive Actions" of Diem.
End of the Catholic Dictatorship
Assassinations of Two
Catholic Expansionism in Southeast Asia in the 19th Century
Historical Background of the
U.S. War of Vietnam.
Early History of Catholic Power in Siam and China
Characteristic Precedents of Repression.
History of Catholic Aggressiveness in Japan
Political Unrest and Civil War
Creation of a Dangerous Alliance
Retrospective Assessment of
the Preliminaries of the U.S.-Vietnamese War.
The Two Catholic Presidents and a Revolutionary Pope
The Collapse of the U.S.-Vatican Grand
Strategy in Vietnam.
Secret Deal Between the Pope and the Communists of North Vietnam.
The Vatican Prepares for a United Marxist Vietnam.
The pope and Ho Chi Minh - Relenting of Vatican hostility toward North Vietnam - Pope John XXIII consecrates a united Vietnam to the Virgin Mary - Disapproval of the pope's dedication - Reaction of Cardinal Spellman and the Catholic lobby of the U.S. - The Vatican takes the first steps for the abandonment of the U.S. in Vietnam - Catholic mass exodus of emigrants from the North - Political implications - Ho Chi Minh outfoxes the pope.
The Final Disaster
Disintegration of the Vietnam-U.S. Partnership in Vietnam.
Calamitous significance of the Pope John-Ho Chi Minh secret agreement - Their use of religion to attain political objectives The Virgin Mary to the help of a united Marxist Vietnam - The pattern of religious political exploitation - U.S. military escalation and the pope's "wind of change" - Secret cooperation between the Vatican and Vietnamese Marxism - The Catholic Church withdraws from the war in Vietnam - Adverse effects of the Vatican Moscow alliance on the war in Vietnam - The end of an American nightmare.
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