In the years of Diem regime, to any objective observer that didn’t seem too surprising in view of the enemy’s record, year after year, of assassinations, kidnappings, terror bombings, impressments, and indiscriminate shelling of population centers throughout South Vietnam, actions hardly calculated to win the hearts and minds of victims. The Saigon government had to rest upon the support of the people, and it had little validity if it didn’t dare to arm them. Ultimately peoples in the hamlets, those too old or too young for regular military service, were enrolled in the self-defense force and armed with individual weapon. Establishing conclusively that President Diem government did have the support of its own peoples the self-defense force used those weapons not against their own government but to fight against communist domination. Ngo Dinh Nhu, political advisor initiated the “dignity spirit” doctrine to evaluated the quality of being worthy of honor or respect the individual to assess, form an idea of people’s quality and value, as one wants without communist stopping: freedom of thought, speech, worship; they enjoyed complete freedom to do as they wished. Not too long when their lives become revolves around hamlet activity for their secure in happiness. At last they divorced in ending of a connection with communism for good, when their lives improved gradually in this small society. They have private property as their plot of terrain for cultivation, dignity they deserved having never be abuse by the recent bastard. The word freedom and independent were occurred a sequence of scenes and feelings occurring in their mind during lives improving. Actually they have been the recurrent dreams that they’re acting in the real play and forget all the adversely affected in the past by the communist.
Those “Offense Hamlets” were gradually by secure and safety protected by their people and auto-self-upgrading to transform the “Strategic Hamlets” which when the Saigon felt confident that it’s thinking of retreating early for another operation “Chiêu-Hồi” deeply in the sanctuaries (persuaded the Viet Cong come back to reunite with their families) From that realization stemmed primary emphasis on pacification, and from that in turn the enemy’s increasing loss of control over the population. The accelerated Pacification Campaign, the allied clear and hold strategy, and programs such as “Chiêu-Hồi” and “Phoenix” have contributed to the progress achieved to date. Acknowledging that the Viet Cong nevertheless retained a viable military and political instruments throughout the republic; the assessment cited as current enemy objectives. Then came the central point of the changed nature of the war – For the first time in the war; Hanoi’s traditional bases of power are being directly challenged – his political organization and his control of the population. While this task has only just begun, it appears that the outcome of the war will be decided here. Presently, at least, both sides Hanoi and Saigon are finally fighting the same war. “Withdraw of U.S troops, establishment of a neutralist coalition government, and an ultimate political victory”
Home land security minister Bui-Van-Luong had stated that “This is a real Rural Revolutionary Development Pacification Strategic-Hamlet Program”. In the end of 1962 the entire population in South Vietnam, ultimately some four million people were enrolled in the self-defense force, armed with 600,000 individual weapons; those actions hardly calculated to win the hearts and minds of the victims. The basic fact of life and it is an inescapable one, is that the overwhelming majority of the population – somewhere around 95 percent – prefer the government of Saigon to a communist government or the government that’s being offered by the other side.
There came a time when the war was won; even the fighting wasn’t over, in any even there might be considerable public acquiescence in the event that military and political situations had declined sharply from present levels. But the war was won? In contrast this achievement can probably best be dated in neutral Laos this year (1962) by the Skull and Bone scam. By then the South Vietnam countryside had been widely pacified, so much so that the term “pacification” was no longer even used. Those four million gunmen of the People’s Self-Defense-forces represented no threat to the government that had armed them; instead they constituted an overt commitment to that government in opposition to the enemy. Their most impressive gains were in the ranks of the territorial forces – the Region Forces and Popular-Forces – providing close-in security for the people in the countryside. The successful pacification program, one repeatedly cited in enemy communications as a threat that had to be countered, was extending not only security but also elected government, trained hamlet and village officials, and economic gains to most of the population. Maybe others [Skull and Bones] in Washington, Secretary Department or Permanent Government were interested in stalemate or disengagement or some other palliative solution: “South Vietnam inevitable became a place where the confrontation between CIP and NLF craps was played out”. I thought that the Axis of Evil’s scam…oh God! They’re walking into a major horrible disaster.
Beginning in 1960s, with the help of Communist Bloc, KGB, and CIA stirred war in Hanoi intensified guerrilla warfare in the South Vietnam with secretly supported by Skull and Bones [deceive stratagem: Foe became Friend] After the Axis of Evil cooperated on the project so called CIP and NLF’ craps (Counter-Insurgency-Plan and National-Liberation-Front) by successive establishment a series of groups as the 559-Group, the 759-Group, and the 959-Groups; all of them were well organized during the year 1959s, and the final “National Liberation Front” on the 12/12/1960. These Hanoi’s chesses were accomplished ready for the war-game; now Unites States side must wait for seeking cause to retaliate such as a fabrication the “Tonkin Gulf Incident” in 1964 (Maddox event) Everything was ready for the Craps, the huge cargo ammunition was lodged along Harriman Highway corridor (Ho Chi Minh trail) In 1965 huge caches of weapons coming from 759 Navy-Group, the vessel-fleet small-ship made in Communist-China, including the then very modern Kalashnikov rifles A.K-47, and China made AK.50 riffle, were discovered in the South near Vung-Ro, Nha-trang. In the early stage of Vietnam-War, the communist regime in Hanoi always denied its role in providing logistics and weapons to the Viet Cong (the so called National Liberation Front) All they said was the rise-up and the self-determination of the people from the South for a new revolution. Until February16, 1965, a "huge fish" got caught at Vung Ro bay... For years many American analysts had doubted that the Communists were using the sea to supply their forces in the South, but it was not until the Vung Ro event that they gained positive proof of such actions. The U.S. Seventh Fleet commander, Vice Admiral Paul P. "Brick" Blackburn, observed that the Vung Ro find was "proof positive." He and General Westmoreland called for a major U.S.-Vietnamese anti-infiltration patrol operation. On 16 February 1965, an U.S. Army officer flying his helicopter UH1-D along the coast of central South Vietnam suddenly spotted a large, camouflaged vessel perpendicular to the shore. Cargo was being unloaded and stacked on the beach at Vung Ro, an isolated bay on the rocky coast. The pilot immediately radioed his sighting to Lieutenant Commander Harvey P. Rodgers, the Senior Advisor to the South Vietnamese 2nd Coastal District headquartered in Nha Trang, who in turn notified the coastal district commander discovered in the wrecked ship and piled up on shore ended a long-running debate among U.S. military and intelligence officials. The allies recovered from the 130-foot North Vietnamese ship and from shore sites 100 tons of Soviet and Chinese-made war material, including 3,500 to 4,000 rifles and submachine guns, 1 million rounds of small arms ammunition, 1,500 grenades, 2,000 mortar (weapon) rounds, and 500 pounds of explosives. The Vung Ro incident lead to the creation of the Market Time coastal surveillance program. The allies recovered from the 130-foot North Vietnamese ship and from shore sites 100 tons of Soviet and Chinese-made war material, including 3,500 to 4,000 rifles and submachine guns, 1 million rounds of small arms ammunition, 1,500 grenades, 2,000 mortar (weapon) rounds, and 500 pounds of explosives, numerous C-Rations … The Vung Ro incident lead to the creation of the Market Time coastal surveillance program. Operation Market Time was the U.S. Navy effort to stop troops and supplies from flowing by sea from North Vietnam to South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It was one of four Navy duties begun after the Tonkin Gulf Incident, along with Operation Sea Dragon, Operation Sealords and naval gunfire support. When a trawler was intercepted landing arms and ammunition at Vung Ro Bay in northern Khanh Hoa province on 16 February 1965 it provided the first tangible evidence of the North Vietnamese supply operation. This became known as the Vung Ro Bay Incident. Navy destroyers and United States Coast Guard cutters performed the operation. Whereas the American assistance in these years consisted largely of providing cast-off WWII American weapon, including the heavy and unwieldy for a Vietnamese shape, M-1 riffle, Thompson machine gun were outgunned quite the contrary against AK-47 Soviet, and AK-50 Red-China
At about the same year, some big battles already erupted all around the South Vietnam causing this country to nearly succumb to communist subversion. There what is the purpose of U.S Permanent Government expected, the Second Indochina Wars 1954-1975. One witnessed the well known typical scenario of a “Liberation-War” that had already taken place elsewhere many other times around the world. In each case, it is simply an example of covert communist subversion. Thereby simply according the anticipated strategist staffs of Permanent Government was only then did the two US Marines battalions started landing at Danang beach in 1965, as prelude to more massive US involvement which together kept increasing as the Communist Bloc escalated its aggression through Harriman’s highway. The American intervention was in fact only a response to the strategy of subversion by the Communist Bloc. This prelude orchestra meant the true nature of the 1960-1975 war was the South Vietnamese people’s defense, with US help, against the Communist bloc’s aggression. It was in fact a struggle to preserve South Vietnam’s freedom against an attempt to impose a communist dictatorship.