Union Intercoloniale

29-03-2021

In March 1921, Nguyen Ai Quoc (Nguyễn Ái Quốc, Ho Chi Minh) creates the "Union Intercoloniale" (Intercolonial Union). A few months before, the imperialist "League of Versailles" (Swiss wording throughout the 20th century) held his first annual meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.

What happened before?

1919, the Paris Peace (?) Conference about Germany as a segregated nation: Ái Quốc, a Vietnamese student in the "motherland's capital" (metropole), sends a request to the Allied and Associated delegations, including the US President Woodrow Wilson, who is being hailed as the advocate of internationalism. The Conference hosting France colonized his country in the previous century. It is being denied.

Two years after the British Empire's usurpation of the Paris Peace Conference, colonial subjects who came to the metropole as students became anticolonial activists as a consequence of the "colonized" Treaty and League.

As a revisionist reaction to the imperialist Paris/Versailles diktat of June 28, 1919, the Intercolonial Union was founded in order to counter the aborted, imperialist League. By intervention of white colonial delegates under the British flag, the League and Treaty merged. Now have a look at the United Nations' Virtual Panel Exhibition in Geneva "100 Years of Multilateralism". This compromising merger has been completely ignored. The Anglo-Saxon bias of historiography is thus being sustained until way into the 21st century.

Later on, the founder of the Intercolonial Union would lead the Vietnamese independence movement to ultimate success, defeating France in the 1950s and successfully fending off the United States of America in his final years. He died amid of this second, being a postcolonial war on his fatherland's soil.


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Background info. Unknown US source
Background info. Unknown US source
Paris/Versailles 1919. The new world map as a consequence of the "white" decolonization of Germany. Authentic graphics from P. de Bourgraaf, "Hundert Jahre Urkatastrophe. Der Kolonialvertrag 1919", p. 120-121.
Paris/Versailles 1919. The new world map as a consequence of the "white" decolonization of Germany. Authentic graphics from P. de Bourgraaf, "Hundert Jahre Urkatastrophe. Der Kolonialvertrag 1919", p. 120-121.