Kim Phuc, the "Napalm(-ed) Girl" forgives Capt who coordinated It, IN Person...on Veteran's Day; Will World forgive NWO Empire?Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Wed, 08/13/2014 - 17:31
“We cannot change history, but with love we can heal the future.” - Phan Thi Kim Phuc (aka, the "Napalm Girl")
Kim's Story - The Road from Vietnam (documentary)
Published on Aug 21, 2012
The story of the famous naked girl running down the road in Vietnam. If there was one photograph that captured the horrific nature of the Vietnam War, it was that of a nine-year old girl running naked down the road, screaming in agony from napalm burns that had eaten into her flesh. The photographer who took that picture of young Kim Phuc was awarded a Pulitzer Prize. But ironically, the picture that moved millions to tears, ultimately made Kim Phuc a victim all over again. This is her story. 1997 documentary.
It takes unbelievable amount of courage, and human sympathy, to forgive and in fact implore the future generation to strive for peace, love and grant forgiveness to those who have done you harm. But nevertheless, like the innocent Japanese civilians/victims of Hiroshima & Nagasaki, here she is doing just that; what an unbelievably beautiful soul!
Phan Thi Kim Phuc Vietnam Napalm Girl
Published on Sep 12, 2013
Kim Phuc gives interview on Belgian TV regarding peace. WIth love we can heal the future :-)
[Note to Mods, while the photo is a well known, world-renown war documentation, but considering the PC-ness of the world these days...you can choose to simply link it, if you must: http://www.lobero.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/2012-01-19-Kim-Phuc-Image_web-media.jpg]
H/T: Charles Burris @ LRC
The War Photo No One Would Publish
August 11, 2014, 5:53pm
The Atlantic | August 8, 2014: The War Photo No One Would Publish
As with this earlier photo which was indeed published and became the most famous image of an earlier American imperial exercise in genocide, one picture screams a thousand words concerning the insanity of war. I met the subject of this latter searing image many years ago. The State and its craven regime media fear Kim Phuc as a living witness testifying to the horrific reality of war. They hate for her enduring courage and dedication towards stopping what happened to her from ever happening to other children. Therefore they will do everything in their diabolic power to suppress similar images which slice through the execrable banalities and manufactured lies of war.
UPDATE: An alert LRC reader forwarded me this poignant account of Kim Phuc sharing her message of peace and reconciliation in the face of ever increasing war: “We cannot change history, but with love we can heal the future.”
“We cannot change history, but with love we can heal the future.”
By NICHOLE GOLDEN, Staff Writer | Published November 7, 2013
Holding an autographed poster, Jesuit Father Tan Pham, right, parochial vicar at Transfiguration Church, Marietta, poses with Kim Phuc Phan Thi. “I grew up five kilometers (3 miles) from her village (Trang Bang). I’ve waited 41 years to meet her,” said Father Pham. The bottom of the poster bears Phuc’s words – “We cannot change history, but with love we can heal the future.” Photo By Michael Alexander
ATLANTA— An entire generation instantly recognizes the image of an unclothed Vietnamese girl running toward the camera in terror after a bombing at her village.
Taken by Associated Press photographer Nick Ut in June 1972, the black and white photograph became one of the most iconic pictures from the Vietnam War.
Napalm bombing survivor Kim Phuc Phan Thi, the girl from the picture, visited Marist School in Atlanta on Oct. 22. Phuc asked students there to help spread a message of peace and forgiveness.
Kim Phuc - The Girl in the Picture
Uploaded on Aug 19, 2010
Every picture tells a story - but none like this one. A photograph of a young girl running naked down a road, her skin on fire from napalm, changed the way the world looked at the Vietnam War. The picture was transmitted around the world and eventually earned a Pulitzer Prize for the photographer, Nick Ut. The girl in the picture is Kim Phuc. Today Kim Phuc tells her story of recovery, forgiveness and courage inspiring audiences around the globe.
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When Forgiveness Hurts - Kim Phuc.mp4
The Way Community Church
Published on Jan 24, 2013
Kim Phuc shares her remarkable journey and message of forgiveness with The Way Community Church on January 20, 2012.
Ya think the revenge SOP-prone Mid Easterners and Muslims at large, would too 'forgive,' for what the NWO hijacked Amerikan Military Industrial Complex imperial warmachine has done to them, not just in their world, but to rest of the world, especially in the last 14yrs, let alone, since Manifest Destiny"??
Only time will tell. But, observing history: not optimistic. Not waitin' to find out...
Still, what Kim Phuc implores, really IS the only way to 'move forward,' if there is such a thing: “We cannot change history, but with love we can heal the future.”