Kahnh Huynh knows something about living under in a society devoid of freedom of religion, speech and association.
He was one of millions in Communist Vietnam who fled the police state in rickety boats, sent to re-education prison camps for his Christian faith or political views or was killed for opposing totalitarianism.
In Kahnh’s case, he risked his life for a chance he and his children could live free in America.
“We could not express our freedom of religion and belief,” he told WND. “We paid … to come to our country (the U.S.), that recognizes human rights of speech and religion.”
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