Episode 1: Behold: Ẩn had any kind of pictures but the picture of "Document Party registered him as Trần Văn Trung". - Dân Làm Báo

Episode 1: Behold: Ẩn had any kind of pictures but the picture of "Document Party registered him as Trần Văn Trung".

Episode 1: Behold: Ẩn had any kind of pictures but the picture of "Document Party registered him as Trần Văn Trung".

“Edward Lansdale: “Pham Xuan An = Perfect spy?” - Oh, Story should be “taken with a grain of salt.”!”

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“Robert Shaplen: A New York Time Reporter Was Killed by Vietnamese Communist!

Part I. Phạm Xuân Ẩn was not communist

Chapter 1. Strange stories”

I. The inquiries of American reporter Thomas A. Bass. (Author of The Spy Who Loved Us. The Vietnam War and Pham Xuan An’s Dangerous Game.)

1. chef d’oeuvre

"We now know that this was only half the work An did as a reporter, and not the better half. An sent the Communist government in Hanoi a steady stream of secret military documents and messages written in invisible ink, but it was his typed dispatches, now locked in Vietnam’s intelligence archives in Hanoi, which will undoubtedly rank as his chef d’oeuvre. An wrote four hundred and ninety-eight reports (the official figure revealed by the Vietnamese government in 2007), averaging about one per month, during his fifty-five-year career as an intelligence agent." (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 2)

- An shies away 

“An shies away from the subject whenever I ask him for details about the secret documents he handled, but clearly they were pressed into his hands by everybody on every side. An had been a founding member of the Vietnamese Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) and trusted aide to Tran Kim Tuyen, its original director. He was presumed to work for the CIA, and he was free to peruse Time’ s background files. Officers in the South Vietnamese military thought of An as the local weath-erman. He was the forecaster you wanted to consult before planning a coup d’état or military campaign or other big change in the political climate.” (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 180)

Reviews: Yes No?

2. The inquiries of American reporter Thomas A. Bass. 

Reporter: “You intended to leave some blank pages, please let me know why? Do you want to know the blank pages of Ẩn’s life?”

We never know the whole life of Phạm Xuân Ẩn until we can read the achieved reports from intelligence agency in which Ẩn wrote about his long life of successful espionage.

Reporter: “After 5 years, do you want to add some thing to the book about Ẩn?”

- I will request one more time for the historians to be able to reach the documents about Ẩn. This will be a brave and important act of Vietnamese government. (First and most of all, he was a patriot, (Đầu tiên và hơn hết, ông ấy là một người yêu nước, Newspaper Tuoi Tre, 28/04/2014)

Note: Why? For what reason? Not to public “Ẩn‘s reports”?

Why? For what reason? Not to public just only the document about decision to register Ẩn as a party member?

II. Behold: Ẩn had any kind of pictures but the picture of "Document Party registered him as Trần Văn Trung".

The pictures of Ẩn as reporter of Times

Speaking the truth, the communist staffs and PERFECT SPY X6 had almost pictures of Phạm Xuân Ẩn as a reporter:

Student picture at 9 year-old

I.D. card

Reporter Training I.D. 1959

Reporter I.D. 1960

Reuters news agency’s Reporter I.D (1963)

Reporter I.D. carf of Politcal Warfare Agency

Driver license 1960

Army Driver license

2. Pictures which proves Ẩn as communist?

Nothing! Where is the “Document Party registered him as Trần Văn Trung”?

3. The inquiries of American reporter Thomas A. Bass. (Document Party)

"I ask An if he has any photos or documents recording the moment when he joined the Party. 

“No, you didn’t sign anything,” he says. “There was just this small ceremony. That’s why many people later on had no way of proving that they were members of the Party. They had to go through the process all over again. My liaison officer, Nguyen Thi Ba, had to join the Party three times, even though she had been working for the Communists since she was a young girl of eighteen.”" (The Spy Who Loved Us, page 63)

Note: “No, you didn’t sign anything,” 

What is the truth?

So:

“There is no wrong about the Truth. Why deleted them as the censorship?
So many pictures as reporter
But no pictures as communist... nothing at all!”

Inquiries about What is the truth? 

To be continued.



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