What were Ho Chi Minh's views on Vietnam and communism and the South Vietnamese and America's involvement in the war?

"Uncle Ho", as GI's referred to him, was a communist, and was very adamant on NOT allowing any more foreigners in Vietnam, this included his superpower communist allies the Red Chinese and Soviet Union; Ho Chi Minh had spent 10 years expelling the French, no other nation was going to be allowed to gain a foot hold in his country; FRIEND or Foe. He believed the south was part of the north, and that the US was no different than any other foreigner who had no business being in Vietnam; communist or not (Cold War or not).