This is perhaps not the best day to post a link to Bonald's remembrance of a recently deceased Catholic woman best known for having "accused the Buddhists of being infiltrated by the Viet Cong and when a Buddhist monk from Hue burned himself alive in protest, she commented that it was the Buddhist leaders who 'barbequed' the monk, and even then, had relied on foreign help as the gasoline used was imported" — Great women rulers.
"I’m glad I’m not the only one to realize and clearly state the sheer evil that is the communist-Buddhist alliance," says Bonald. And let's not forget that the CIA was included in that unholy admixture — John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Ngô Đình Diệm, and the Buddhist Crisis of 1963. As I wrote, "These events occurred at a time when both Catholic presidents were making clear signals that it was time for the American presence to end. By the end of the year, both Catholic presidents had been assassinated within a few weeks of each other."