All Comments for Vietnam's Security Ministry Pushes Draft Bill Banning Use of Recording Devices

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Hate Communist from ghet bac Ho :

First of all, I don’t believe this ‘directive’ is come from the VNmese communist party! Believe me, these idiotic goons couldn’t find their gluteus maximus with both hands behind their back pockets! Like everything else, they got it either from the Chinese or Russian. Nothing these stupid goons do is original.
If it does come to fruition,this ‘directive’ touches many aspects of lives such as: communication and usage of technologies, social skills, infringement of freedom, and enforcement difficulties.
Actually, these moron goons don’t care for anything named above. They would rather live in Dark Age again. Case in point, not too long ago their buses were still powered by coals, randomly shipped human remains to USA claiming those were US servicemen (never heard of forensic pathology, dental record, or let alone DNA), and praising Russian and Chinese moon is rounder than USA!
Whenever the pandemonium breaks out and without these technologies, we can only use our imaginations as to what they will do to the people!
The bottom line… it’ll be a huge setback for the media groups.

Apr 17, 2017 09:47 AM

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MisaoFan :

That's just stupid. How long until the government simply gives up its political power in regards to communism?
Gives legit equality to everyone, stop discrimination on religion, put general reforms on society and more care about economy in general besides growth please!

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Apr 14, 2017 09:02 AM

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