A poet must learn to wage war.
Ho Chi Minh
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Our resistance will be long and painful, but whatever the sacrifices, however long the struggle, we shall fight to the end, until Vietnam is fully independent and reunified.
It is better to sacrifice everything than to live in slavery!
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You can kill ten of our men for every one we kill of yours. But even at those odds, you will lose and we will win.
Nothing is more precious than independence and liberty.
We have a secret weapon...it is called Nationalism
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Love other human beings as you would love yourself.
It was patriotism, not communism, that inspired me.
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