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The video which the article refutes: https://www.bitchute.com/video/wtEo299X ... F1UkfHyQgw
This is great, thanks Atom. The full video clip would be more compelling. Although I think you are correct, I also identify Alan Price, the curator of the JFK Library which you've used as your source; as being an Obama appointee who was also a Director at Harvard; as you surely know Harvard staff are frequently implicated in subversive, communist activities. Although I doubt they would create a scheme this elaborate in regards to Reagan's statement. Cheers.
This video is unavailable as the contents have been deemed illegal by the authorities within your country - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.".
Could you put it as a file on eg AWS for download?
"I challenge your history again. There is absolutely no record that six million people were put in concentration camps. They only have 16 million to begin with."
Widman cites the source of the quote;
;Today, however thanks to the power of the Internet, one is able to answer such questions in minutes. The short clip was indeed Reagan and it was taken in 1967. However, the topic was not the Holocaust. In fact, during a CBS Television and Radio broadcast on May 15th hosted by Charles Collingwood, then Governor Ronald Reagan was debating aspects of the Vietnam war with then Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
After running my eyes over the transcript to the Reagan statements in question (linked by atoMan) https://www.jfklibrary.org/learn/about- ... -radio-may titled;
"The Image of America and the Youth of the World,"
With Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and Gov. Ronald Reagan
As Broadcast over the CBS Television Network and the CBS Radio Network
Monday, May 15, 1967, 10:00 - 11:00 pm. EDT
Charles Collingwood, Host
Raegan says the following when talking about 1950's/60's Diem regime of Vietnam in an exchange with Jeff Jordan;
JORDAN: I'm sorry, are you saying that you approve of the activities of the Diem regime?
REAGAN: What activities?
JORDAN: Do you approve that they put six million in forced prison camps and that the American advisers did nothing but help them in this?
REAGAN: I challenge your history again. There is absolutely no record that six million people were put in concentration camps. They only have 16 million to begin with. Now, I'd also like to challenge something else about the supposed evils of the Diem regime. I do approve of Diem's land reform in which he took from the great mandarin holdings, and began to make land available to the peasants and to the people of Vietnam, who had never owned land before. But also, I would like to call to your attention that a team from the U.N. was sent to Saigon, Vietnam, to investigate the charges against Diem's regime They did investigate those, but as they returned to this country, Diem was assassinated, which I think was one of the great tragedies of this whole conflict; and the United Nations report, which they declined to make official because they thought why bring anything up now that he's been killed, has on the other hand, been published, there has been public access to it, and the United Nations report completely cleared the Diem regime of any of the charges that had been brought against him.
Clearly, he is not talking about The Hoax(TM)
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