Episode 25. Vu Ngoc Nha also told lies too = Phạm Xuân Ẩn!

                Chapter 6. “Super communist spies” who are they?

                Episode 25. Vu Ngoc Nha also told lies too = Phạm Xuân Ẩn!

                (Lê Hữu Thúy also told lies too = Phạm Xuân Ẩn – See details in the book 33: Super spy Communist = Super deception + murder.)

  1. Vu Ngoc Nha told lies too.
  2. Vu Ngoc Nha gave the untruthful stories:
  3. Mr. Nha served as a top aide there to Presidents Ngo Dinh Diem and Nguyen Van Thieu. ” (Text 1.)
  4. He became so close to Mr. Thieu that he shared meals and confidences with him, sometimes in the presidential bedroom. ” (Text 1.)
  5. ”The president and I discussed not only matters of national importance, but also talked over his family’s affairs,” Mr. Nha said last April in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency. ”Some things were known only by him and me. He even gave me the key to his room.”… ” (Text 1.)
  6. Neither Mr. Thieu nor his predecessor Mr. Diem, who was assassinated in 1963, suspected Mr. Nha’s other life. For more than a decade, he regularly passed government secrets to the South Vietnamese Communists, or Vietcong, and their North Vietnamese allies. ” (Text 1.)

                …

  1. Catholic family.

                “Having been discriminated against for coming from a landlord’s Catholic family(Text 2.)

  1. Anti-Communist elements

                “At this stage, he joined the ‘Phat Diem Militia General Committee’ led by Bishop Le Huu Tu and Priest Hoang Quynh, becoming an assistant of these two priests, notorious as anti-Communist elements.(Text 2.)

  1. Interpretation

                “The precious object to back up this confession was a photo he took together with bishop Le Huu Tu and bishop Jean Cassaigne, the French general chaplain in Indochina. It was taken in Phat Diem in 1952.

This life story was a brilliant mixture between the fact and fabrication to fool the enemy.(Text 2.)

  1. CIA and “the Deuxième Bureau” blind.

                “He was one of the three hundred representatives of the Resistance War movement at the Guerilla War Conference of the Northern Delta. At this conference, after several meetings with President Ho Chi Minh, Vu Ngoc Nha was later admitted into the ranks of the pioneer secret agents of the Vietnam People’s Army. In preparation for a long war against the US and its henchemen, he was sent by President Ho Chi Minh in person to the South to start his operations. To create his cover, the communist Vu Ngoc Nha was embodied into the army of the French Union …(Text 2.)

  1. Comedy story.

                “In the Toa Kham Camp, Vu Ngoc Nha made contact with and was assigned by Mr “Muoi” or Tran Quoc Huong with the task of climbing up and sneaking into the Saigon administration’s rank.(Text 2.)

  1. Ngo Dinh Can, Ngo Dinh Nhu and Ngo Dinh Diem” as the kids?

                “With his report analysing in detail four dangers “threatening the regime Ngo Dinh Diem had extensively cultivated,” he had caught the attention of Ngo Dinh Can, Ngo Dinh Nhu and Ngo Dinh Diem.(Text 2.)

  1. Too talented!

                “And thanks to Nha, the discord between Phat Diem and the Ngo brothers was removed. This made Father Le and father Hoang happy, considering Vu Ngoc Nha as their half brother.(Text 2.)

  1. Story Snake square. (length = width)

                “ “Super secret agent”

Having opened the power door of the Ngo brothers, Vu Ngoc Nha quickly linked up with his comrades such as Le Huu Thuy, Vu Huu Ruat and Nguyen Xuan Hoe to form a network dubbed A22 to take the top positions in the Saigon puppet administration so as to be able to relay strategic information for the revolutionary struggle. The most beautiful success of the A22 secret agent group was to organise Huynh Van Trong, a man rich in national sentiment, into the network who then took a position of an assistant to President Nguyen Van Thieu. Huynh Van Trong was a minister under Bao Dai, but he was abandoned by Ngo Dinh Diem. Vu Ngoc Nha had shown the way to Huynh Van Trong to gradually create his reputation which later was used to help Nguyen Van Thieu to race into the seat of the President of the Republic of Vietnam. Thieu promoted Huynh Van Trong as assistant to him to show his thanks and favour to Trong. In such a position, Trong had conditions to contact and obtain many top secret documents of the US and their puppets, which were later handed over to Vu Ngoc Nha. (Text 2.)

  1. Danger – Comedy story.

                “The success of the Huynh Van Trong mission was great to such an extent that Nguyen Van Thieu himself could feel greatly satisfied, without his realising that the mission of the Republic of Vietnam had been placed completely in the hands of Viet Cong’s secret agents!(Text 2.)

  1. Fortunately for Thieu – Comedy story.

                “One oddity was that when the 1968 Tet offensive and uprising was launched, Vu Ngoc Nha, as planned, would be the commander of the Saigon special detatchment to capture or kill Nguyen Van Thieu. Fortunately for Thieu, he was in his mother’s home village together with his wife and children for the Tet holidays.(Text 2.)

  1. Story 3 cents.

                “On the eve of Tet, Vu Ngoc Nha was on duty at the Independence Palace on Thieu’s behalf, so he opened the president’s wine cellar for the soldiers to drink, resulting in leaving all the guards on all fours. However, the attack plan had changed, so after Tet, Nguyen Van Thieu ladled out his compliments and thanks to “Mr Advisor” for his initiative of opening the wine cellar to raise the soldiers’ spirits, so that the Palace could be kept intact, while the US Embassy, only 300 metress away was heavily damaged by the liberation fighters!(Text 2.)

                “In the hope of having Vu Ngoc Nha’s co-operation, the CIA sent their men to see him and ask him to admit that he was another CIA man! The proposal seemed to be a well-calculated move, which could both raise CIA’s prestige and have an opportunity to untie the political bundle. The CIA said it would pay Vu Ngoc Nha US $2 million and he could open his account in any bank he liked, with a very high monthly salary if Nha nodded. But he did not. (Text 2.)

  1. Vu Ngoc Nha storytelling lies = Pham Xuan An.
  2. Advisor to two presidents – comedy.

                “Vu Dinh Long, better known by his nom de guerre  Vu Ngoc Nha, was born into a landowning Catholic family in Phat Diem, the North Vietnamese village that figures prominently in The Quiet American.  It was here in the midst of a pitched battle between the Viet Minh and their Catholic opponents that Alden Pyle and Thomas Fowler began their own fight to the death over Phuong, “the most beautiful girl in Saigon.” It was in the midst of the actual battle that Nha threw in his lot with the Communists. At the urging of Ho Chi Minh, he became a secret agent whose cover was ordination as a Catholic priest.

Nha was evacuated from the north with one million other Catholic refugees who fled south in 1954. He picked grapes in France and worked as a parish priest in Saigon until he caught the attention of the Diem family and moved into Independence Palace as President Diem’s private confessor and confidant.

After surviving the 1963 coup against Diem, Nha reemerged as a trusted adviser to President Nguyen Van Thieu, the general who led South Vietnam until the country ceased to exist in 1975. Nha successfully recruited a host of other spies into his network, including the top Vietnamese officials involved in planning strategic hamlets, pacification programs, troop deployments, and other tactical moves in the war.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 236)

  1. Cheap talk.

                “In 1968, during the Têt Offensive—while Tu Cang and his commandos were attacking the Presidential Palace from the street—Vu Ngoc Nha was commanding the agents inside who were charged with capturing and killing Nguyen Van Thieu. Luckily for Thieu, he was off for the holidays visiting his wife’s family when the palace was attacked. Hoping to distract the palace guard, Nha threw open the president’s wine cellar. Unfortunately the timorous troops fought even better when they were drunk. On returning to Saigon and seeing that his cellar was the most heavily damaged part of the palace, Thieu commended his priestly adviser for using such a brilliant strata-gem to rally morale.

When his cover was blown in 1969, Nha was arrested and tortured before being sent to the tiger cages on Poulo Condore.

Pope Paul VI intervened on his behalf, recognizing Nha as a “filial son of God.” Released in the prisoner exchange that followed the signing of the Paris Accords in 1973, Nha reemerged on the political scene as a “liberation bishop,” supposedly supporting a third force to run Vietnam but actually working again as a Communist agent. When Duong Van Minh, South Vietnam’s final president, surrendered on April 30, 1975, standing next to him as his trusted adviser was a smiling Vu Ngoc Nha.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 236)

Comment: !!!

  1. Some versions.

                (Here the story gets a bit vague …)

(Roughly translated) “At the Independence Palace, 1 hour 30 minutes, including 15 teams of 5 officers and soldiers led by Mr. To Hoai Thanh commander, derived from the number 280/70 Phan Dinh Phung Street, go over 3 minicar and a motorcycle, radar, fire attack Independence Palace. Some soldiers penetrated the campus, two comrades sacrifice, a comrade turns out to be the enemy wounded, forced to deploy combat on Nguyen Du. Battle rages on, to close the morning, the team sacrificed 7 comrades, including captain Hoai Thanh, 8 comrades remaining half had retreated into the house wounded people, entrenched on a strategic level 3 play. Still hungry and tired but tenacious fighters fought all day 31-1, fight off several waves of enemy counter-attack, killing dozens of names. Mr. Le Tan Nation’s duty barricades down the enemy from the top hit, hit sacrifice. To 3 am on 1-2-1968, 7 comrades rest from hunger and exhaustion, all fall into the hands of the enemy. (People’s Army newspaper, Saigon special task-Jiading Spring 1968, ĐOÀN HOÀI TRUNG, 22/08/2013, http://vndefence.info/tin/ho-so/657/biet-dong-sai-gon-gia-dinh-xuan-mau-than-1968/)

                Comment: Version this confirmedfire attack Independence Palace“, but not to be inside the Palace: “Some soldiers penetrated the campus, two comrades sacrifice, a comrade turns out to be the enemy wounded, forced to deploy combat on Nguyen Du.8 comrades remaining half had retreated into the house wounded people, entrenched on a strategic level 3 play…To 3 am on 1-2-1968, 7 comrades rest from hunger and exhaustion, all fall into the hands of the enemy.

(Sic)

Do not understand, Vu Ngoc Nha somehow: “In 1968, during the Têt Offensive—while Tu Cang and his commandos were attacking the Presidential Palace from the street—Vu Ngoc Nha was commanding the agents inside who were charged with capturing and killing Nguyen Van Thieu. Luckily for Thieu, he was off for the holidays visiting his wife’s family when the palace was attacked.”?

                Story lies!

  1. Reviews: The story is not possible!

                “Catholic family.” – Communist Vietnam has incredible?

III. Documents used for the study:

(Text 1.)

                Vu Ngoc Nha, 74, a Top Communist Spy in Vietnam, Dies

By DAVID STOUT

Published: August 11, 2002

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/11/world/vu-ngoc-nha-74-a-top-communist-spy-in-vietnam-dies.html

WASHINGTON, Aug. 9— Vu Ngoc Nha, an unassuming man who lived a double life as a special adviser to two presidents of the American-backed government of South Vietnam, died on Wednesday in his home in Ho Chi Minh City after a long illness, his family said. He was 74.

Ho Chi Minh City was called Saigon during the years Mr. Nha served as a top aide there to Presidents Ngo Dinh Diem and Nguyen Van Thieu. He became so close to Mr. Thieu that he shared meals and confidences with him, sometimes in the presidential bedroom.

”The president and I discussed not only matters of national importance, but also talked over his family’s affairs,” Mr. Nha said last April in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency. ”Some things were known only by him and me. He even gave me the key to his room.”

Neither Mr. Thieu nor his predecessor Mr. Diem, who was assassinated in 1963, suspected Mr. Nha’s other life. For more than a decade, he regularly passed government secrets to the South Vietnamese Communists, or Vietcong, and their North Vietnamese allies.

He was in fact the leader of a spy ring uncovered by the Central Intelligence Agency in 1969. Mr. Nha, who was born in the northern province of Thai Binh, told a five-man military tribunal that he became a Communist as a young man and was assigned in 1955 to infiltrate the South and set up an intelligence network.

One of his best sources was Huynh Van Trong, Mr. Thieu’s special assistant for political affairs. Mr. Nha proudly told of getting secret information from Mr. Trong and relaying it to his Communist confederates — data on Mr. Thieu’s meeting with President Nixon on Midway Island in June 1969 and on the Saigon government’s negotiating strategy at the Paris peace talks, for instance.

Mr. Nha gave the Communists details of the Saigon government’s psychological warfare operations and its monitoring of Vietcong broadcasts. He was also said to have advised Mr. Thieu to furlough soldiers for a few days in late January 1968 — knowing that the Communists would attack during the Lunar New Year. They did, in the Tet offensive, which helped to drive the United States out of the war.

When Mr. Nha was arrested in Saigon on July 16, 1969, numerous documents, letters and rolls of microfilm were found in his home.

Mr. Trong denied that he was a Communist. But he admitted that he had concluded many months before that Mr. Nha was. Why then, the court wanted to know, did Mr. Trong continue to pass information to Mr. Nha?

It was because he did not want to spoil the relationship between Mr. Thieu and Mr. Nha, Mr. Trong answered. ”They appeared to be on such familiar terms that I felt I did not have the right to interfere.” (Later, Mr. Trong told the court he had had contacts with the Vietcong, but he insisted he had been trying to bring about ”national reconciliation” and to end the war.)

Mr. Nha, Mr. Trong and two other defendants were convicted of treason and sentenced to life in prison at hard labor. Dozens of others were given jail terms. The affair further weakened the government of Mr. Thieu, who was often accused of tolerating corruption and cronyism.

Mr. Nha smiled at his sentencing. ”Our mission is fulfilled,” he said, predicting that the Thieu government would not last and that he would soon be out of prison. He remained in custody until 1973, when he returned to North Vietnam in a prisoner exchange after the Paris agreement, which officially ended the Vietnam War.

By some accounts, he returned to the South in 1974, living in underground tunnels and preparing for the North’s complete victory over the Saigon government, which came in 1975. Mr. Nha was then made a major general in the army of the unified Communist Vietnam.

The old spy, who is survived by a wife and three children, spent his last years gardening and occasionally visiting Reunification Palace, as the Communists renamed the home of the presidents he served and deceived.

”Obviously, it has a special attraction for me,” he reminisced in April.

Photo: Vu Ngoc Nha (United Press International)

(Text 2.)

Major General Vu Ngoc Nha, an outstanding secret agent

(By Nguyen Duc Vinh, World Security Newspaper)

http://www.commietravel.nl/vietnam/heroes/vietnamheroes_r.htm

The real battle the secret agent Vu Ngoc Nha had to fight started on the morning of December 1958. Spotted and informed on by Ta Den, a side-changer, Nha was arrested by the group of spies under Ngo Dinh Can’s special mission. After over one month in detention at a secret place on Ben Van Don Road, District 4, Saigon, Nha was removed by the spies to Tao Kham Camp, Hue City. For over eight months, the enemy could not get any information from Nha even though they had resorted to all dark schemes and the true identity of Vu Ngoc Nha had not been exposed. They could only learn what Nha’s organisation had trained him to “reveal” when he was about to be sent to live inside the enemy ranks: His name: Vu Dinh Long, born on March 30, 1928 in Vu Hoi commune, Vu Thu district, northern Thai Binh province; joined Viet Minh (Vietnamese Independence League, set up in 1941) after the nationwide Resistance War ; admitted into the Communist Party in 1947, in 1951, a member of the Thai Binh provincial capital’s Party Committee. Having been discriminated against for coming from a landlord’s Catholic family, he left the Viet Minh and came back to live in his mother’s home village in Phat Diem, Ninh Binh province. At this stage, he joined the ‘Phat Diem Militia General Committee’ led by Bishop Le Huu Tu and Priest Hoang Quynh, becoming an assistant of these two priests, notorious as anti-Communist elements. After 1954, he followed the French troops’ withdrawal in the hope of having an education in the West. But this hope was dashed when he could only find an odd job in a vineyard in France and then helped bishop Hoang Quynh at the Binh An parish, Saigon, until he was arrested. The precious object to back up this confession was a photo he took together with bishop Le Huu Tu and bishop Jean Cassaigne, the French general chaplain in Indochina. It was taken in Phat Diem in 1952.

This life story was a brilliant mixture between the fact and fabrication to fool the enemy. A Catholic at heart, Vu Ngoc Nha had experienced different phases in his life. He was one of the three hundred representatives of the Resistance War movement at the Guerilla War Conference of the Northern Delta. At this conference, after several meetings with President Ho Chi Minh, Vu Ngoc Nha was later admitted into the ranks of the pioneer secret agents of the Vietnam People’s Army. In preparation for a long war against the US and its henchemen, he was sent by President Ho Chi Minh in person to the South to start his operations. To create his cover, the communist Vu Ngoc Nha was embodied into the army of the French Union and had a chance to take a photo with Father Le and Father Cassaigne in Haiphong in late 1954, before embarking onto a ship to evacuate to the South not long after that. In Saigon, with his vast erudition, Vu Ngoc Nha became a priest and was trusted by bishop Hoang Quynh who never doubted Nha’s co-operation with the Phat Diem Militia General Committee.

In the Toa Kham Camp, Vu Ngoc Nha made contact with and was assigned by Mr “Muoi” or Tran Quoc Huong with the task of climbing up and sneaking into the Saigon administration’s rank. With his report analysing in detail four dangers “threatening the regime Ngo Dinh Diem had extensively cultivated,” he had caught the attention of Ngo Dinh Can, Ngo Dinh Nhu and Ngo Dinh Diem. When asked about it, Vu Ngoc Nha hinted  well about bishop Le Huu Tu’s main ideas and what he could do in turning them into a report. Highly valuing the responsibility and thoroughness of the report and, at the same time, thinking that they could grasp the chance to avail themselves of the support of the evacuating Catholics led by bishop Le Huu Tu and bishop Hoang Quynh, the Diem brothers invited Vu Ngoc Nha to be their advisor. And thanks to Nha, the discord between Phat Diem and the Ngo brothers was removed. This made Father Le and father Hoang happy, considering Vu Ngoc Nha as their half brother. Bishop Hoang Quynh had taken his family name to turn Vu Ngoc Nha’s name into Hoang Ngoc Nha.

In the Independence Palace, Vu Ngoc Nha’s profound ideas about the stratagem, strategy and tactics for the situation at that time had made the Diem brothers pay deference to him. Soon he became a confidant who had constant meetings and discussions on the confidential and vital matters of the Diem brothers. He became the “fifth dragon” of the most powerful family in the South with the name of Hoang Long put by Ngo Dinh Nhu himself. The other four “dragons” were Hong Long (Ngo Dinh Thuc), Bach Long (Ngo Dinh Diem), Thanh Long (Ngo Dinh Nhu) and Hac Long (Ngo Dinh Can).

 “Super secret agent”

Having opened the power door of the Ngo brothers, Vu Ngoc Nha quickly linked up with his comrades such as Le Huu Thuy, Vu Huu Ruat and Nguyen Xuan Hoe to form a network dubbed A22 to take the top positions in the Saigon puppet administration so as to be able to relay strategic information for the revolutionary struggle. The most beautiful success of the A22 secret agent group was to organise Huynh Van Trong, a man rich in national sentiment, into the network who then took a position of an assistant to President Nguyen Van Thieu. Huynh Van Trong was a minister under Bao Dai, but he was abandoned by Ngo Dinh Diem. Vu Ngoc Nha had shown the way to Huynh Van Trong to gradually create his reputation which later was used to help Nguyen Van Thieu to race into the seat of the President of the Republic of Vietnam. Thieu promoted Huynh Van Trong as assistant to him to show his thanks and favour to Trong. In such a position, Trong had conditions to contact and obtain many top secret documents of the US and their puppets, which were later handed over to Vu Ngoc Nha. With these documents in hand, the Party Committee of the South was able to launch a correct and timely struggle. In August 1968, arranged and advised by Vu Ngoc Nha, Nguyen Van Thieu sent Huynh Van Trong as head of a mission of the Republic of Vietnam to the US to explore the attitude of the Johnson administration toward the US war in Vietnam. These pieces of information that made a priceless contribution to the revolution before sitting down at the Paris Conference table with the US.

The success of the Huynh Van Trong mission was great to such an extent that Nguyen Van Thieu himself could feel greatly satisfied, without his realising that the mission of the Republic of Vietnam had been placed completely in the hands of Viet Cong’s secret agents!

As a faithful catholic who was ready to die for the religion, with his achievements made in all the regimes in the South, Vu Ngoc Nha had never received any privilege or title or premium from the heads of these regimes. In compensation for that, he had won the trust of these regimes, that could help him get many confidential strategic documents, from the plan to build the strategic hamlets, the Stanley Taylor Plan under the Diem regime, to the rural pacification plan, the Phoenix plan, the landing plan of US troops, the special war plan under the Thieu regime, and these documents had helped the Party work out the correct line in the struggle.

One oddity was that when the 1968 Tet offensive and uprising was launched, Vu Ngoc Nha, as planned, would be the commander of the Saigon special detatchment to capture or kill Nguyen Van Thieu. Fortunately for Thieu, he was in his mother’s home village together with his wife and children for the Tet holidays. On the eve of Tet, Vu Ngoc Nha was on duty at the Independence Palace on Thieu’s behalf, so he opened the president’s wine cellar for the soldiers to drink, resulting in leaving all the guards on all fours. However, the attack plan had changed, so after Tet, Nguyen Van Thieu ladled out his compliments and thanks to “Mr Advisor” for his initiative of opening the wine cellar to raise the soldiers’ spirits, so that the Palace could be kept intact, while the US Embassy, only 300 metress away was heavily damaged by the liberation fighters!

From the “Infeasible spy case” to the “All-time greatest political trial”

The CIA sniffed out and later discover the A22 spy network due to some loopholes in the process of collecting information. Apart from the timely withdrawal to the liberated zone of Mr Tran Quoc Huong, the top commander of the network, all the others, including Vu Ngoc Nha, were arrested by the Saigon special police in mid-July 1969.

After over one month of detention, the puppet police and the CIA had conducted over 32 cruel tortures on Vu Ngoc Nha, but he had reported nothing. But he could not bear seeing the whole network being discovered by the enemy. So, to be able to struggle openly in the court, Vu Ngoc Nha decided to admit everything for which the enemy had enough evidence.

In the hope of having Vu Ngoc Nha’s co-operation, the CIA sent their men to see him and ask him to admit that he was another CIA man! The proposal seemed to be a well-calculated move, which could both raise CIA’s prestige and have an opportunity to untie the political bundle. The CIA said it would pay Vu Ngoc Nha US $2 million and he could open his account in any bank he liked, with a very high monthly salary if Nha nodded. But he did not. He also refused the help of the lawyers at the court in an attempt to make the court a futile one.

This had led the US and its Saigon puppet regime into a messy political scandal. All the duties carried by the defendants were entrusted or ordered by the constitutional president. So the most important witness of the “case” would surely not be summoned by the court because it was the very president himself.

All the work and details were related to the policy and affairs of the government and had something to do with the top officials of the administration, including the president, ministers, representatives, CIA, even the US president. This made Nguyen Van Thieu very angry, because, as he said the CIA had intentionally orchestrated it to cut off his arms.

The Vatican and the Catholic community also held that this was the scheme of the CIA and the Thieu administration to weaken Catholicism in Vietnam. So the court case quickly became the “century’s greatest political trial.”

The court became so confused that it could not declare any death sentence. All the four main men including Nha, Trong, Thuy and Hoe were sentenced for life imprisonment and deported to Poulor Condor (Con Dao). It was ironic enough that in Rome on June 23, 1971, Vu Ngoc Nha was recognised as a “filial son of God” and was bestowed with a medal by the Pope. Two days later, on June 25 a Vatican bishop came to present the award to Vu Ngoc Nha right in the Chi Hoa prison.

The reward of Pope Paul VI helped Vu Ngoc Nha earn more prestige. All the years being detained in Con Dao, many representatives, politicians, religious dignitaries and even the chaplains of the US army wrote letters or came to see him or solicited his ideas about something!

On July 23, 1973 Vu Ngoc Nha was returned at Loc Ninh with the title ‘liberation bishop.’ Up to the then, still nobody in the whole South Vietnam showed any doubt about his position and influence on the political stage in the South. Bishop Hoang Quynh and many other dignitaries of the Vatican had kept regular contacts with him in the liberated zone. Their confidence was so great that on November 12, 1974, that notorious anti-Communist bishop Hoang Quynh was ready to follow Lien, Vu Ngoc Nha’s eldest daughter, to the liberated zone in Dong Lon (Upper Trung Lap, Cu Chi) to discuss together with him about the third force and the three-party government in the South in accordance with the Paris Agreement.

And in his capacity as a man of the third party, on 30 April 1975, Vu Ngoc Nha standing by the side of the last President of the Saigon regime Duong Van Minh when he declared his surrender unconditionally to the revolution. In his confused mind, possibly the last president could not see that the small man by his side was smiling a fresh and satisfied smile, the smile of a victor.

The New YorkTimes

August 11, 2002, Sunday, Late Edition – Final

Vu Ngoc Nha, 74, a Top Communist Spy in Vietnam, Dies

BYLINE:  ByDAVID STOUT

https://archive.is/20121212083639/www.wellesley.edu/Polisci/wj/Vietnam/Obituaries/vungonha.htm#selection-17.0-67.14

Vu Ngoc Nha, an unassuming man who lived a double life as aspecial adviser to two presidents of the American-backed government of SouthVietnam, died on Wednesday in his home in Ho Chi Minh City after a longillness, his family said. He was 74….

For more see:

Major General Vu Ngoc Nha, an outstanding secret agent (Nhan Dan, Central Organ of the Communist Party)

Vu Ngoc Nha, 74; Spy for North in Vietnam War

August 09, 2002|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

http://articles.latimes.com/2002/aug/09/local/me-passings08.1

Vu Ngoc Nha, 74, a former friend and advisor to two South Vietnam presidents who worked as a spy for North Vietnam during the war, died Wednesday after a long illness at his home in Ho Chi Minh City…

1. Nha ke lao 2. Nha ke lao 2

                Chapter 6. “Super communist spies” who are they?

                Episode 25.2     Members “intelligence organizations A22” of Nhạ also storytelling lies!

  1. Vũ Hữu Duật also storytelling lies!

( Vũ Hữu Duật – is said to be: members “intelligence organizations A22” of Nhạ.)

(Provisional translation) “SG-17 ship rocked on the waves, with three woman pensive face overlooking the distant island. Mrs.Nguyen Thi Nhan – the wife of Vu Ngoc Nha Mrs. Ngo Thi Nhu – Le Huu Thuy’s wife, Mrs. Pham Thi Kim Chi – Duat Vu Huu’s wife lying in the tiger cages outside the island. The women visit her husband.

Mrs. Pham Thi Kim Chi said: The days of feeding her husband outside the Con Dao prison no private rooms for couple’s prisoners. The cuddly feelings for each other without any conditions. Wait nightfall, in pairs, each couple going to beach Island Ocean outside the center.

Island sea wind roared outside noisy day and night. Somebody who doubts the positive side of the fallen on the shore line island has a magical life. The pair of prisoners passionate lovers, earnestly. Apparently, they complement each other but distant longing day. The first time to visit her husband, Mrs. Chi was just shy and sorrow. When she heared her husband tell the story of 200 communist prisoners played 5 large underground boats throughout the whole year preparing for the escaped trip in 1952  but  Island Princess don’t know anything.

After returning from the island, all three women are pregnant.  Kim Chi, to visit her husband twice in Con Dao had two children, a son, a daughter. What a amazing human life!” (The advisor in the presidential – Last period: Glorious and bitter) (Text 1.)

Comment:  Comedy and cheap!

Go to jail or to travel?

“The cuddly feelings for each other without any conditions. Wait nightfall, in pairs, each couple going to beach Island Ocean outside the center.” and “After returning from the island, all three women are pregnant.  Kim Chi, to visit her husband twice in Con Dao had two children, a son, a daughter. “

  1. Lê Hữu Thúy also storytelling lies!

( Vũ Hữu Duật – is said to be: members “intelligence organizations A22” of Nhạ.)

(Provisional translation) “Mrs. Ngo Thi Nhu, who sat burning secret documents of title in Kham Hue court jail, ten years after breeding her husband in the prison of Con Dao she would make a meaningful adventure. By his profession, Mr. Le Huu Thuy has obtained the confidential report sent to the President Princess Islands Nguyen Van Thieu in the number of political prisoners in the island (Con Dao). She has brought this document to move the base of the revolution. Meanwhile at the Paris conference to discuss the return of political prisoners released in Con Dao About 5,000 prisoners.

They stayed quiet for more than half of all political prisoners awaiting a chance to kill. Meanwhile, the our sides offering the evidence from the report by Lord island is 12,000 people. This original document made us dizzy, heavily discredited before Congress and public opinion. Pope has canceled meetings with spouses is Nguyen Van Thieu and refer to him as sheep mischief and deceit. Document as evidence forced the enemy to return all 12,000 political prisoners in Con dao for us in 1973.” (Text 1.)

Comment:  Comedy and cheap!

“Mrs. Ngo Thi Nhu, who sat burning secret documents of title in Kham Hue court jail, ten years after breeding her husband in the prison of Con Dao she would make a meaningful adventure. By his profession, Mr. Le Huu Thuy has obtained the confidential report sent to the President Princess Islands Nguyen Van Thieu in the number of political prisoners in the island. (Con Dao)”

III. Ba Quốc – Đặng Trần Đức cũng kể chuyện láo!

Câu chuyện của Ba Quốc là rất mơ hồ!

                (Provisional translation) “… When the mother died, she beseech farms help funerary thoughtful eulogy ritual for Thanksgiving father . It sure would make the condition that she not be left mourning after her husband’s coffin as her husband under enemy mother. She was crying, her mother buried itself right on the edge of the hills.” (Behind the hero, Lesson 2: The pain’s fateful of the rest person ) (Text 3.)

                (Provisional translation) “Do not catch him, Secret Service and the Saigon government arrested and jailed immediately Xuan (concubine) and Mr. Dang Tran Vu – his second son.  The remaining members of his family were being monitored tight, strict 24/24 …” (Post: Tears reunion, Jail’s wife, children helpless …) (Text 4.)

                Reviews: Comedy! It sure would make the condition that she not be left mourning after her husband’s coffin as her husband under enemy mother.” Doing so can cover the eye “enemy”?

                Telling lies: Do not catch him, Secret Service and the Saigon government arrested and jailed immediately Xuan (concubine) and Mr. Dang Tran Vu – his second son.“! Republic of Vietnam has done this?

                Never!

  1. Pham Xuan An told lies about Ba Quoc.

(Provisional translation) “National Intelligence Minister under eye Minister Pham Xuan An intelligence.

We met with Minister Pham Xuan An to talk with Mr. Ba Quoc: “at that moment Do you know Mr. Ba Quoc?”. Mr.An: “Yes. I know him as Nguyen Van Ta, officers of the Central Government Special Intelligence Committee.  His names are Ta, why I thought him as Majority. ….

 “In the eyes career, he has guessed his Vietnamese Communist Mr.Ta make it?”. Mr. An: “not known”. “He said the Vietnamese Communist him from when?”. “When he  exposed. But he is still being revealed and lift net streaks in committee but remains Negative Specification workaholic yet to go. To the extent some people inside Negative Specification Committee, of which he was chief of staff to come ask me: he is Vietnamese Communist Ta leaked, he used it he told he please hurry, procrastination will arrest them. “”He answered like?”. “I told them: It is the Vietnamese Communists are anything to me. The sure he kept it going …”.

We wonder: “Why these people do not want him arrested?”. Mr An: “He was arrested would involve them”. “They have relations with Communist Vietnam where the fear of being implicated?”. “Of course they do not have relations with Communist Vietnam, but they have a relationship with him. If he was arrested, who knows in the documents that he took with the material that they have unwittingly provided for him. Therefore they fear being obtrusive … “.” (Mysterious intelligence minister and the super agent (Episode 31)) (Text 5.)

Reviews: Comedy!

  1. Written verification.

(Text 1.)

Báo Công an nhân dân, 03/05/2014, Ông Cố vấn trong phủ Tổng thống (Kỳ cuối: Vinh quang và cay đắng)

“Trên con tàu SG-17 chao đảo trên sóng, có ba người đàn bà vẻ mặt trầm ngâm hướng ra phía đảo xa. Đó là các bà Nguyễn Thị Nhẫn – vợ ông Vũ Ngọc Nhạ, Ngô Thị Như – vợ ông Lê Hữu Thúy, Phạm Thị Kim Chi – vợ ông Vũ Hữu Duật đang nằm trong chuồng cọp ngoài Côn Đảo. Các bà ra thăm chồng.

Bà Phạm Thị Kim Chi kể: Những ngày các bà ra nuôi chồng ngoài Côn Đảo, nhà tù không có phòng riêng dành cho vợ chồng tù nhân. Việc âu yếm tình cảm với nhau không có điều kiện. Phải đợi màn đêm buông xuống, từng đôi, từng đôi mới dắt díu nhau ra hàng dương ngoài bãi đảo tâm sự.

Gió biển ngoài đảo gầm rú ầm ào suốt ngày đêm. Mấy ai ngờ bên những hàng dương nghiêng ngả trên bờ đảo lại có một sự sống kì diệu. Những cặp tù nhân yêu nhau nồng cháy, tha thiết. Hình như họ bù đắp cho nhau nhưng ngày nhớ nhung xa cách. Lần ra đảo đầu tiên thăm chồng, bà Chi vừa thẹn vừa lo. Nhưng khi nghe chồng kể lại câu chuyện 200 tù cộng sản đóng 5 con thuyền lớn dưới hầm suốt cả năm trời chuẩn bị cho chuyến vượt ngục năm 1952 mà bọn chúa đảo vẫn không hay biết thì bà mới yên tâm.

Sau lần ra đảo nuôi tù trở về, cả ba bà đều mang thai. Riêng bà Kim Chi, hai lần ra thăm chồng ngoài Côn Đảo về sinh được hai người con, một trai, một gái. Thế mới biết cuộc sống con người thật kì diệu.

Bà Ngô Thị Như, người ngồi đốt tài liệu mật của địch ở nhà lao tòa Khâm Huế, mười năm sau khi ra nuôi chồng ở nhà tù Côn Đảo bà lại làm một việc mạo hiểm đầy ý nghĩa. Bằng nghiệp vụ của mình, ông Lê Hữu Thúy đã lấy được bản báo cáo mật của chúa đảo gửi cho Tổng thống Nguyễn Văn Thiệu về con số tù chính trị tại Côn Đảo. Bà đã mang tài liệu này về chuyển cho cơ sở của cách mạng. Lúc đó tại Hội nghị Paris bàn về việc trao trả tù chính trị, Thiệu công bố ở Côn Đảo có 5.000 tù nhân.

Chúng định ỉm đi hơn một nửa số tù chính trị để chờ cơ hội thủ tiêu. Trong khi đó, phía ta đưa ra chứng cớ từ bản báo cáo của chúa đảo là 12.000 người. Tài liệu gốc này làm Thiệu choáng váng, mất uy tín nặng nề trước Hội nghị và dư luận. Vị Giáo hoàng đã hủy bỏ cuộc tiếp kiến với vợ chồng Nguyễn Văn Thiệu và gọi y là con chiên ma mãnh, dối trá. Bản tài liệu là chứng cớ buộc địch phải trao trả hết 12.000 tù chính trị ở Côn Đảo cho ta năm 1973.”

(http://cand.com.vn/Phong-su-tu-lieu/Ky-cuoi-Vinh-quang-va-cay-dang-258525/)

                (Text 3.)

                Báo Pháp luật Thành phố HCM, ngày 31/7/2012 Phía sau người anh hùng – Bài 2: Nỗi oan nghiệt của người ở lại, Đạo diễn LÊ PHONG LAN http://phapluattp.vn/plo/phia-sau-nguoi-anh-hung-bai-2-noi-oan-nghiet-cua-nguoi-o-lai-381162.html

                …Khi mẹ qua đời, bà tha thiết mong nông trường giúp lo tang lễ chu đáo, có nghi thức đọc điếu văn để tạ ơn đấng sinh thành. Người ta bảo sẽ làm với điều kiện là bà không được để khăn tang của chồng sau linh cữu mẹ vì chồng bà theo giặc. Bà nuốt lệ, tự an táng mẹ mình ngay trên khu đồi cạnh nhà…

                (Text 4.)

                Báo Pháp luật Thành phố HCM, ngày 2/8/2012 Phía sau người anh hùng – Bài cuối: Nước mắt ngày đoàn tụ, Đạo diễn LÊ PHONG LAN http://phapluattp.vn/plo/phia-sau-nguoi-anh-hung-bai-cuoi-nuoc-mat-ngay-doan-tu-358598.html

                …Không bắt được ông, mật vụ và chính quyền Sài Gòn liền bắt và tống giam bà Xuân (người vợ sau) và anh Đặng Trần Vũ – con trai thứ của ông và bà Xuân. Các thành viên còn lại trong gia đình ông Ba Quốc đều bị giám sát chặt chẽ, nghiêm ngặt 24/24 giờ…

                (Text 5.)

Ông tướng tình báo bí ẩn và những điệp vụ siêu hạng (Kỳ 31): Tướng tình báo Ba Quốc dưới mắt tướng tình báo Phạm Xuân Ẩn

Thứ hai, 22/03/2004

http://www.nhandan.com.vn/chinhtri/tin-tuc-su-kien/item/7993802-.html

…Chúng tôi đã gặp tướng Phạm Xuân Ẩn để hỏi chuyện ông Ba Quốc: “Hồi đó ông có biết ông Ba Quốc không ?”. Ông Ẩn: “Có chứ. Tôi biết ổng là Nguyễn Văn Tá, sĩ quan của Phủ Đặc ủy Trung ương tình báo. Ổng tên Tá nên không hiểu sao tôi cứ nghĩ ổng là thiếu tá. …

“Dưới con mắt nghề nghiệp, ông có đoán được ông Tá làm cho Việt Cộng không?”. Ông Ẩn: “Không thể biết được”. “Ông biết ổng là Việt Cộng từ lúc nào?”. “Khi ổng bị lộ. Nhưng ông này khi bị lộ rồi vẫn còn xớ rớ ở Phủ Đặc ủy mà vẫn còn tham công tiếc việc chưa chịu đi. Đến mức mấy người bên Phủ Đặc ủy, trong đó có ông Chánh văn phòng phải đến nhờ tôi: Thằng Tá là Việt Cộng bị lộ rồi, ông quen nó ông làm ơn bảo nó đi nhanh lên, chần chừ sẽ bị bắt đó”. “Ông trả lời như thế nào?”. “Tôi bảo với họ: Nó là Việt Cộng thì liên quan gì đến tôi. Các ông cứ bảo nó đi…”.

          Chúng tôi thắc mắc: “Vì sao những người đó không muốn ông Tá bị bắt?”. Ông Ẩn: “Ông Tá bị bắt sẽ liên lụy đến họ”. “Họ có quan hệ với Việt Cộng đâu mà sợ bị liên lụy?”. “Tất nhiên là họ không có quan hệ gì với Việt Cộng, nhưng họ có quan hệ với ông Tá. Nếu ông Tá bị bắt, biết đâu trong những tài liệu mà ông Tá lấy có những tài liệu mà họ đã vô tình cung cấp cho ông. Bởi vậy họ mới sợ bị rầy rà…”.” ” (Ông tướng tình báo bí ẩn và những điệp vụ siêu hạng (Kỳ 31))

                Nhận xét: Hài! Thế mà độc giả cũng tin ư? “Đến mức mấy người bên Phủ Đặc ủy, trong đó có ông Chánh văn phòng phải đến nhờ tôi: Thằng Tá là Việt Cộng bị lộ rồi, ông quen nó ông làm ơn bảo nó đi nhanh lên, chần chừ sẽ bị bắt đó”.” Nhỡ Ẩn tố cáo “mấy người bên Phủ Đặc ủy, trong đó có ông Chánh văn phòng” với CIA thì chết à?

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