Well what was the stragic and resource importance of vietnam?
Since the withdrawal has the US suffered any significant loss do to the inability to controll the Vietnam conflict?
what made vietnam important?
It was all for the World Banks (Who control the Federal Reserve...the Federal Reserve is a company, not a government entity).
When America gets into a war, it borrows money from the Federal Reserve. This money is LOANED to them on an interest rate. So..let's say the Gov. borrows 2billion a month for a war, at an interest rate of 2%? (Probably being generous with that %). Okay so the Federal Reserve is the only one that CREATES money, and they're charging interest. So how do you accumulate enough money, as they're in charge of it, and every penny that is released on interest-rates?
If I have the only $10 in the world, and I lend it to you but want $12 back, how would you ever get that extra $2, unless I lend it to you, and then want $3 back? It's how we got a national debt, and it's why we'll never get out of it.
The war was pushed on both sides, by the same Banks.
Rockefeller once said," Put me in charge of the money, and I care not who makes the laws." He and his family have been building up these world banks, and taking over countries' economies for a VERY long time.
Propaganda from the Banks and their Sleaze-Media is why USA went to Vietnam, WW1, WW2, Iraq1. And now this "War on Terror" is a NEVER ENDING war.
How do you fight Terrorists, without killing everyone that disagrees with your attempts at world domination?
Disagreeing with their actions is pretty much what defines a Terrorist.
"You're either with us, or against us." - George W. Bush to the countries of the world about the War on Terror.
Scary times people. Wake up.
The stragic and resource importance of vietnam was ...
oops, sorry, I almost did your homework for you.
just google vietnam.
Well if this is a question you think I should just google I shouldnt have asked it well oops on my part