One of the reasons we lost Vietnam to the Communists

Take a look at the Catholic Priests involved in this plot which I pointed out in the past was coming from Rome and Paul VI. One of the reasons we lost Vietnam to the Communists.

Seven of the eight defendants in an alleged plot to kidnap presidential adviser Henry Kissinger and attack federal buildings outside federal court in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 1971. Left to right are: The Rev. Joseph Wenderoth of Baltimore; Eqbal Ahmad of Chicago, the Rev. Neil McLaughlin of Baltimore; John T. Glick of Lancaster, Pa.; Anthony Scoblick, and Sr. Elizabeth McAlister. At center is Mary Cain Scoblick, a former nun from Baltimore who is married to Mr. Scoblick. The eighth defendant, the Rev. Philip Berrigan, is in federal prison. RNS archive photo. Photo courtesy of the Presbyterian Historical Society.