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Nguyễn Văn Canh

PHẦN II: CHỦ QUYỀN DÂN TỘC.

B. HỒ CHÍ MINH VÀ ĐẢNG CỘNG SẢN VIỆT NAM BÁN NƯỚC

Chương I: Các Văn Kiện Bán Nước

Chương II: Các Hành vi Bán Nước

Chương III: Các Hành Động Nối Giáo Cho Giặc

Chương IV: Diễn Tiến Hành Động Đưa Trung Cộng Vào Đặt Ách Nô Lệ Hóa Dân Việt

PHẦN III: PHỤ CHƯƠNG VÀ PHỤ LỤC

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PHẦN III: PHỤ CHƯƠNG VÀ PHỤ LỤC

I. PHỤ CHƯƠNG

3. VC GIẢI THÍCH VẤN ĐỀ LÃNH THỔ LÃNH HẢI NHƯ THẾ NÀO?

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Prof Canh: Ah, we know that when Nguyen Tan Dung went to see Mr. Bush, he intended to invite the US to enter Vietnam so as to auger some economic benefit so that the US will defend economic interests and therefore protect the VC as well. Such would be their calculation. Whether that scheme is feasible or not, it would not be as simple as they think. If we look at the new border drawn by CC along the red line on this map, some people call it the “dragon’s tongue” map. The CC territorial waters as such cover all the South China Sea. Would the US be able to expel CC from the Paracels and some islands of the Spratleys that have been occupied by them, in order to help VC preserve her territorial sovereignty?

As for saying “there is movement of US naval force closer to the Spratleys,” this is not quite correct. The US Fleet has been permanently present in this ocean region. The US have said they will not relinquish their presence here. Surely it is in their interests not to abandon the South China Sea, especially when the value of two-way transport of goods and trading amounts to trillions of dollars annually. Obviously, has CC threatened US interests yet or how far has the threat gone? That is a question for the US in defense of their interests. As for the ExxonMobil company, the US State Department stated that ExxonMobil will be protected. This company has informed it will continue to prospect and drill for oil. On this knowledge, BP has also announced it will return to the area, though it already left the area after being threatened by CC.

LKT: This means the “dragon’s tongue” map covers the whole South China Sea and the Spratley islands.

Prof Canh: The total area covered is three and a half million square kilometers. Le Minh Nghia of the Committee for the Continental Shelf of the VC prime minister’s office stated early in the 1980s that of the whole South China Sea covering three and a half million sq. km, an area of three million sq. km is occupied by them. If we look at the new map then the area occupied by CC is bigger than 3 million sq. km, as it spreads closer to the Vietnamese coastline. And so we ask what is the distance between its boundary and Vietnamese coast? I do not have the co-ordinates to determine how close it lies along the Vietnamese coastline. However, let’s compare to the distance from the mouth of the gulf being less than 130 nautical miles. Divided in halves, each side is about over 60 miles. Consider this distance from Cam Ranh to the new border against the half-distance to the gulf mouth, then the former is shorter than the latter. It may measure only about 40 or 50 nautical miles. This indicates how vast the CC plot is, and how gargantuan their ambition is. They still plot to go further than this, not just staying limited to the Spratleys.

From Hainan Island, we have already seen the Sanya base. This “secret” naval base was only disclosed in April 2008. This is an extremely important base for advancing southward.

The Sanya base has two parts. The first part is a secret base with a capacity to host 20 nuclear submarines of the 094 type. At present, it is known that CC already possesses 5 of these submarines.

They can carry intercontinental missiles with a 10,000 km range with multi-nuclear heads. The US Defense Dept predicts that there will be 5 more produced within the next five years. In addition, CC
currently has about 57 subs, a number of which are of the Song S20 type with German Diesel engines.

They hardly make noise while running submerged, and therefore cannot be detected by satellites when they are at a great depth. Some of these are equipped with long-range missiles capable of reaching 1000 miles. The subs are equipped with Yingji-8 missiles which can be fired underwater to destroy aircraft carriers on the surface.

Sanya is an extremely dangerous base and to the left of it is a sea region with a 5000 m depth, an
excellent place for parking submarines.

The second part is related to 3 docking jetties. This is a type of jetty designed for aircraft carriers and is equipped to allow 6 carriers to dock here and all plants and equipment or troops and missiles can be loaded onto the carriers. At present a 800 m-long jetty has been completed, two more are about to be built. The question is: When docks for aircraft carriers are built like this, has CC come to possess any aircraft carriers yet? The answer is ‘not yet’, but they are now preparing for their arrival.

In 1995, I released a paper saying that CC plans to have a fleet called Blue Ocean fleet operate in the year 2000 in the South China Sea. This fleet would have at least one aircraft carrier by 2000. They were negotiating with Ukraine to purchase a Varyag worth 2 billion USD. I have shown a picture of the Varyag in the White Paper. However nothing had been spotted in 2000, and not until now one document is found to refer to that aircraft carrier. Deng Xiaoping had ordered to suspend the purchase of air craft carriers to save money for the production of bio-chemical weapons. If the Blue Ocean Fleet was activated now with that aircraft carrier, it would not still be strong enough to fight the US and would be eliminated.

Therefore, the project was postponed. The latest news is that a wrecked USSR Kuznetsov or Varyag that they purchased previously, is being repaired and will be ready in a near future.

LKT: Professor, in our interview with US Ambassador to Vietnam, Michael Michalak, he said that in the search for MIAs lost in Gulf of Tonkin during the Vietnam War, they have now activated the search and the search activation has been excellent, and so Professor, of what significance would this say about security issues in the Gulf of Tonkin?

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