Propaganda is increasingly toxic, and police are increasingly dangerous- Communists turn Vietnam in red with dirty!

Being above the law, being given benefits stimulates greed, the police are increasingly dangerous

If you compare Vietnamese society with the societies of other countries in the region, such as Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, Vietnamese society is much more insecure.

Meanwhile, the Communist state of Vietnam is viewed by the world as a police state, because it rules with an iron hand through giving too much power to the police. The police are present in every corner of the streets, on every road.

However, society is still insecure.

Recently, the Central Government approved spending VND115 trillion ($5 billion) for the Ministry of Public Security in the 2024 budget, 15 times more than that given to the Ministry of Education and 16 times more than the Ministry of Health. The increase for the Ministry of Public Security alone is more than VND13 trillion, nearly equal to the budget for the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health combined. In addition, the Party also gives the Ministry of Public Security up to 85% of the total traffic fines, as a way to give additional benefits to this force.

No state lacks a police force to maintain order. However, in democratic and peaceful countries, there are fewer policemen. There, the police know how to obey the law, and thus, they keep society peaceful.

In Vietnam, no public agency values compliance with the law. It was Mr. Mai Tien Dung – former Minister Head of the Government Office – who once said: “If we are wrong, we admit our mistakes. If the people are wrong, the people must fully bear the law.”

This is the kind of thinking that puts the Party and government above the law. This is the cause of an unstable Vietnamese society.

Giving benefits and letting the police stand above the law is a dangerous practice for society. Giving benefits stimulates the police’s enthusiasm. Allowing the police to stand above the law and not be subject to any sanctions only allows the greed and evil of the police to be tolerated and become greater and greater.

In fact, everyone feels that the police are becoming more and more dangerous, making money from people and businesses more blatantly. They use power to force people and businesses to pay tribute to feed them and enrich them. At this time, the police created a chaotic society, with a situation of relying on authority, big fish eating small fish. People are insecure, society is insecure.

In addition to the police, propaganda is also becoming more and more harmful. For example, the case of Thich Truc Thai Minh using plants to deceive people, claiming that they were “Buddha’s hair relics.” This is an act of defrauding people’s trust, allowing him to practice superstition openly. Yet, a series of state-owned newspapers published articles to promote this activity, turning all values upside down.

Thich Truc Thai Minh is a state-controlled monk who practices as a monk under the Party’s instructions. That’s why Propaganda supported him by instructing the press to write PR articles for him. This is an extremely dangerous action. Because it causes Vietnamese society, already sunk in darkness, to continue to sink deeper into this pool of darkness. This is a policy of stupidity to control people. The Party has turned a nation with a proud history of 4,000 years into such ruin.

It can be said that, with the tools of Propaganda and the Police, the Party has been releasing dirty things to stain society. Under the hands of the police, people do not feel secure, but on the contrary, feel more insecure. Under the hands of the police, crime thrives due to the raising of criminals in this industry. Genuine businesses cannot survive and are forced to do wrong or give up.

A society inherently insecure because of the police. In addition, propaganda is not to be outdone, and daily listens to the Party’s instructions, instructing the press to spread propaganda and defecate in society.

That’s where Vietnam’s broken society comes from. (Translated)