caronte wrote:- first, the vietnamese goverment did a lot of mystakes but no one moved a finger to help it,on the contrary;
He was among many others who did speak out their opinions about how Vietnam should be changed and what happened to him? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th%C3%ADch ... 0%E1%BB%99
caronte wrote:-second,this country in past years developed in a impressive manner,for example,the best stock exchange in the world (in terms of performance)was the vietnamese one in 2006.
The ward ended in 1975, and the growth of Vietnam started in 2005. It took them 30 years to brainwash the new generations. They've wasted 30 years before starting to speed up. Well, at least they've actually started it. For instance, more people have money to travel oversea now, unlike before (my great-great-grandaunt wanted to go to the States, but they don't allow because she's 97 years old. She's pretty crushed. She wants to visit America before she dies)
With Internet and easy traveling, this is why there are Vietnamese girls who don't mind arranged marriages wanted to get the heck outta Vietnam. If Vietnam was like Singapore, Thailand, or Hong Kong, I don't think there would have been that many Vietnamese girls who got married for money. And this is exactly my point. The war has been long gone for 30 years plus, why can't Vietnam be like those countries? Or at least almost be near like those?
The poverty rate in the United States is one of the highest among the post-industrialized developed world. It is, however, important to note that America's poor most commonly have adequate food, clothing and shelter.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in ... ted_States
caronte wrote:Finally, the answer about welfare confirms my opinion: it is incredible that the richest world's country could have 40 millions of poors at a lot of problems with basic healtcare,my God we are in America, not in dustbin country like Viet Nam.
God bless you
You don't know how poor a Vietnamese person could get compared to Americans.