No I guessing he wasn't too
My post was in reply to the comment "but the jungle soon grew back"
Ernie, I'm well aware of the effects Agent Orange, or more accurately one of its main constituents 2-4-5T, had on the people of Vietnam (not to mention American troops who applied it, and others around the world like in Australia who were involved in 'testing' it). In fact my father's job while I was a teenager was to promote and sell a weedkiller in the UK that contained 2-4-5T, and he used it liberally on our own garden. I don't think many people realise 2-4-5T was still legal in the UK decades after its devastating effects in Vietnam had been well documented? In fact, it was the catalyst for many an argument between me and my father, and the first awakening of my environmental conscience that eventually resulted in me becoming an Environmental Consultant.
My post above was supposed to be the supreme irony - suggesting that the attitude of the OP that he just wants "the most powerful weedkiller available" and that will "contaminate the land for a long time" without any consideration for the possible consequences was where the Americans started with Agent Orange, and look where that went...
I'm prepared to admit that it was probably far too subtle for most people to draw that convoluted link, but hopefully its clearer where I stand now I've spelled it out in excruciating detail