Regard the altruitic, ambivalent attitudes of the American idealists who stayed behind . . .
. . . and compare their outlook on the so-called "liberation" of Saigon with the fate of these former South Vietnamese officers, these are the lucky ones who escaped the bloodbath, but remained in re-education camps for ten years after the fall:
Watch to the end; the interview with the prisoner that starts at 5:25 is riveting. As you watch it, consider - this is the re-education camp the Communists allow Americans to visit, make video and interview the inmates. This is their 'Potemkin Village.'
Everyone in the world should see this video, and videos like it. Too many take freedom for granted, and think that peace grows on trees. Never take freedom for granted. When you hear the words "Freedom is not free" - this is the kind of price that is paid . . .