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  1. The majority of the 'democracies' around the world only have one party, but just in typical capitalist fashion, there are many different brands of the same product, liberalism.

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  2. 25:10 I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that would be legal in the U.S., as long as it wasn't violent, and there might be limitations on running for office, like that campaigns can't accept money from foreign nationals. I don't find it that difficult to imagine someone being arrested in the U.S. for "work[ing] with foreign agencies or terrorist groups to try to destabilize your nation" (because I'm cynical and know some history), but I would definitely consider it unconstitutional if they were only talking or publishing or supporting protests or something like that and not directly organizing or inciting violence or other crimes.

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  3. This goes against everything I was told, so it's hard for my brain to fully believe it is true, however I was totally gaslit about the Indo-china wars on a massive level with the data all out there in plain sight. More research needed but really questioning both sides now.

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  4. Come on, Vietnamese Father Front (VFF) is under control of Viet Communist Party. It's outsider media or just you misinforming us?
    The communist takes them as a fake democratic symbol but inside they are run and led by the Communist party, every actions they take needs a head knod from the Commies. Luna is misleading, chill!

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  5. Can we just import this system over to the UK? This system is so accessible and user friendly, as someone who is constantly having to fight for disabled people's ability to vote and have clear, readable information about the candidates, this is such an inspiration. Its so logical. One thing I am curious about… do you have dropshipping or parachute candidates (candidates chosen by the party who are not from the local area)? It's a very common practice in the UK. What about mandatory deselection? I'm really curious about the inner working of the electoral system

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  6. There are indeed communists in the U.S. We are still a minority, but we are growing 🙂
    And great videos like yours are helping us to combat anti-communist propaganda. Thank you!

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  7. Hi Luna! Thanks for the educational video, it is is really great to understand other political systems so you don't end up in your own bubble.
    It would really be great to understand differences or similarities between Vietnam political system and China's since they are also one political party system, Can we have a video about that?
    Thanks!

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  8. Im doing a school presentation with my boyfriend about Vietnam ( we are the only communists lol, the others don't care or believe in US narrative) this videos come in hand!! Also, in my partner textbook there are grotesque mistakes about Vietnam war!!! Im Brazilian by the way

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  9. youtube just unsubscribe me from your channel, I was wondering why I haven't received any content from your channel so I searched your channel then found out that somehow, I wasn't your subscriber. I also had to search for content from another channel that anti-capitalism like Second Thought which is a brilliant channel that produces quality political content.

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  10. As an American who’s had to suffer through are election cycles, hearing your description of what they’re like in Vietnam both shocked me that such a peaceful and effective election system can exist, but also gave me hope that there IS something better than what I’ve experienced. Thank you for your videos Luna! You always provide really wonderful information AND manage to be very entertaining. ❤️

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  11. Hi, I have a side-hobby of editing Wikipedia articles mostly on political articles. The 'Elections in Vietnam' article lacks much of what you explain in this video, so I wanted to edit it to include these things. I want it to be as factual as can be though, so I'd appreciate if you revise it once I make it

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  12. Communism and socialism aren't the same things. Communism means the workers directly control and own the means of production. Socialism is when the government owns and controls the means of production.

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  13. Ah’s take on vw reminds me a lot to johnn Green’s. The idea being that vietnam was an outlier in the cold war because it wasn’t about communism, about some foreign abstract academic idea, but about self determination, and that it was a mistake on the par of the American leadership not to realize that. At no point they question themselves that maybe they are the ones that don’t understand what communism and the cold war was really about. They never consider that maybe communism isn’t some alien fringe concept but is actually land reform, literacy programs, worker ownership, reproductive freedom, industrial development and anticolonialism. And most crucially, maybe the American leadership knows that as well and that’s why it fights it, and that was what the cold war was actually about. Because they can critique their government to a certain extent. They can say it’s stupid, they can say public officials are bad, but there is a line that they cannot cross even if all of the evidence in the world is presented to them and even if deep down they know it and believe it which is that their entire government is rotten to it’s very core, that it will always seek to subjugate and dominate countries they consider lesser and that it is an irredimable settler colonial empire. That is something they connot say, not because is illegal, but because it’s not profitable, you won’t get the sponsorships, you may get thousands but not millions of views an it will shut too many doors. And I think is fine to hear them talking about US domestic policy and the like that way but it is truly the hight of psychopathic arrogance to claim that he is representing “the vietnamese perspective” when he is reading a bunch us high school curriculum and Wikipedia pages or that he is giving you the “cuban perspective” when he uses second hand accounts from dissidents to portray the cuban government as a crazy irrational actor trying to blow up the world and embittered us-mob funded and trained fascist exiles as idealistic patriotic fighters who were just trying to save their country as they saw it. I would really have no problem with his videos if he ended them by saying “I’m Griffin Johnsen, for Prager University” because if he presented this as a conservative interpretation of history, i’d have no problem with it. But by presenting this as just “history” it dumbs his audience down, it tells them that this is all there is. And the problem with this is that his version of events makes no sense in the long run. In his version of history stuff just happens, people fight for no reason, the us fights for freedom, excents when it messes up and it doesn’t. Designated enemies are power hungry monsters, except when it turns out they aren’t. It really is depressing to see how many views and subscribers he gets from repeating us state propaganda and licking boots all day, I truly hope your channel picks up steam and provides an alternative to people who are genuinely curious about the world and history in general. Thank you for making it so far to everyone who has and specially Luna, I’m seeing that the b****rd is now taking it on Natalie for debunking his Korea BS. Even alt his joined in to cyber bullying her. I’m glad you weighed in to defend her.

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  14. It's moulded from the same model as every AES to have ever existed, from the DPRK to Cuba. The ballot box touring neighbourhood reminds me of a passage in a book called "Democracy in the Soviet Union" (or something like that) where young Pioneers would knock on elderly or disabled people's houses and show the ballots. Soviet elections were also considered as an important event and it was customary to wear you Sunday clothes to the polling station.

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  15. In short: you have a non liberal democracy, and even considering you are still developing it, I think it's more democratic than western "democracies"

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  16. Vietnamese elections sound at least as open and accessible as here in Australia. It's infuriating how the metrics used by western NGOs are designed to give bourgeois capitalist states a moral high ground against democratic systems that work in any way beyond than their narrow definition. That's how literal dictatorships like Hungary are "flawed democracies" but Vietnam, with a free and fair political system, is an authoritarian state. Then they use their claims of superiority to justify imperialist endeavours against "lesser" countries.

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  17. "Vietnam should finally adhere to its international legal commitments" bruh, they're a sovereign nation and can govern themselves as they see fit without adhering to western liberal capitalist control freaks.

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  18. i can't even exaggerate how maddening elections are in america. it's actually enough to drive you insane

    it's unimaginable to me that a country can have real elections that ACTUALLY solve problems, and that are based on the real concerns that candidates have for the well being of their society. it's literally unthinkable for america lol.

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