Head of the Central Organizing Commission
To open, gentlemen, we must recognize that the war in Vietnam is not the doing of the colonized peoples of Vietnam. We only wish to be allowed our rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of an equitable and just society through national self-determination. Our dream of liberty, however, has been stymied by adventuring foreign imperial powers and their illegitimate puppet regimes.
With the arrival of an advanced extraterrestrial force on this planet, though, we must address the insignificance of our petty squabbles. As life as we know it has changed irrevocably from this moment on, we must also address that our old ways also must change. In this new world, imperialism can have no place.
With this in mind, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam proposes the following framework for a permanent peace in Vietnam.
I. An immediate ceasefire will be implemented across all parties and theatres of the Vietnam conflict, to be held to until the successful conclusion of these talks.
II. Foreign military personnel are to be immediately withdrawn from the entirety of Vietnam, with the exception of US military forces as expanded upon below.
IIa. Given the size of the US military contingent in Vietnam, in the interest of an orderly and peaceful withdrawal, the US will commit to a gradual reduction of forces at the rate of 1 unit per turn.
III. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam will be admitted to the United Nations as a full member until Vietnamese reunification is completed.
IV. Vietnam is to be reunited upon the complete withdrawal of all foreign military personnel, no later than L1969.
V. A free, open and at-large national plebiscite is to be held across Vietnam to determine the leadership of the reunited Vietnamese state no later than L1969.
Va. The national plebiscite will be organized by an independent UN commission.
VI. Following the national plebiscite, the newly formed Vietnamese government will be given full membership in the United Nations.