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"Vào tháng 02/2011, Đinh Quang Anh Thái và "Kinh-tế-gia" Nguyễn Xuân Nghĩa từng tổ-chức tại hội-trường của báo Người Việt buổi ra mắt quyển sách "Boat People" của Carina Hoàng, một người Việt tỵ-nạn nhưng về Việt Nam làm ăn cả chục năm trời trước khi ra sách. Độc một chỗ là trong sách lại in hình vụ thảm-sát Mỹ Lai và hình cô bé bị bom napalm của máy bay Mỹ phỏng cả người, để làm cho độc-giả giựt mình trước "tội-ác của Mỹ Ngụy" chơi 😁. Từ phút 53:30, khi Carina Hoàng bị hai nữ độc-giả chất-vấn liên-tục về ý-đồ đăng những tấm hình đó lẫn thành-tích làm ăn với Việt Cộng, cả Đinh Quang Anh Thái và Nguyễn Xuân Nghĩa đều hung-hăng trấn-áp hai người đàn bà này, thay vì đóng vai-trò trung-lập hoặc đề-nghị tác-giả vui-vẻ tiếp-nhận ý-kiến của độc-giả."

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May the Merit and virtue,accrued from this work, adorn the Buddhas pureland,
Repay the four great kindnesses above, andrelieve the suffering of those on the three paths below,
may those who see or hear of these efforts generates Bodhi Mind, spend their lives devoted to the Buddha Dharma,
the Land of Ultimate Bliss.

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