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អាណិតលោកតា«រួម រឹត»

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Khieu Samphan and Pol Pot: Moloch’s Poodle

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Khieu Samphan, third from left in 1973 and flanked by the royal couple. In his memoir Sihanouk  has only good things to say about Samphan, partly because the latter gifted him a radio set to tune into Voice of America and other external broadcasts during his house arrest in Phnom Penh (School of Vice).

Royal Seal of Approval
In 1965, Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Cambodia’s head of state, asserted the nation’s opposition to the U.S.-backed government in South Vietnam by allowing North Vietnamese guerrillas to set up bases within Cambodia’s borders. The North Vietnamese had an alliance with a Cambodian Marxist insurgency group, the Khmer Rouge, whose top brass Sihanouk is pictured here with in 1973. (Fed up with always being made to pose for the camera, a youthful Princess Monique lost her royal patience and opted to stand behind it for a change! – SoV) Courtesy of Time Magazine/AFP.
Sihanouk held a lengthy press conference at the UN shortly following his release from his house arrest, leading the British journalist and author, William Shawcross, to muse that short press conferences were not his style! At one point the former Prince declared “I support the Khmer Rouge!“, only for Monique to interject: “No, you condemn the Khmer Rouge!”  (SoV). trutv.com
jBehind every great man, there’s always a woman . . . Dark conspiracy theories abound about Monique’s “pillow” influence on modern Cambodian politics and tragedies which may yet prove to be grounded in truth. However, powerful influences will likely conspire to ensure her political secrets stay with her alone to the end of her turbulent life (SoV). pumapress.com

If the teacher was vicious, the student would be vile.”


Pol Pot’s success as a political killer was based on his great skills in deception and manipulation and the help of a handful of trusted and loyal assistants. He relied on his uncanny ability to win his colleagues ‘ trust. He would exploit their gullibility to use them to help him create the bases for a political system with which they would not agree, and then kill them to prevent them from obstructing his hidden political agenda when he decided it was time to move on to take the next step. His personal charm and charisma and his astute manipulation of Stalinist united front tactics made it possible for him to eliminate one potential rival and opponent after another. But even the greatest maestro of murder could not succeed alone on Pol Pot’s scale, and the Secretary of the Communist Party of Kampuchea Central Committee had a few attendants who were crucial to this process. Some were odious patsies who eventually also became his victims, and some were unpredictably crass brutes whose ultimate usefulness was limited. But one docile and more urbane minion upon whose loyalty Pol Pot could always rely was Khieu Samphan.
Before Pol Pot’s Communist Party took power in April 1975, its secret member Khieu Samphan was well-known in Cambodia as an highly-educated economist and politician who was willing to work hard at what he believed in. In any political system Khieu Samphan would have been a good staffer, diligent if somewhat mediocre intellectual who would take seriously his assigned responsibilities. He would always produce the required brief on time, and could always be relied upon to do what his superior told him. But such banality was inexcusably evil in the service of Pol Pot, and it was with him that Khieu Samphan found his historical niche. It was his usefulness as an accomplice in murder rather than his faded economic expertise which made him so highly valuable to Pol Pot. During the brief but bloody course of Pol Pot’s tenure in power, Khieu Samphan was promoted up the ranks of his Party and State apparati to become one of the key accomplices in the political execution machine that Pol Pot created. Khieu Samphan became an ever more important assistant to Pol Pot because he remained steadfastly loyal to his leadership and policies while others who had earlier cooperated with Pol Pot and his Communist Party were detained or killed because they disagreed with or were suspected of disagreeing with what Pol Pot was doing. Khieu Samphan’s political star rose literally on heaps of corpses. He continued to rise in importance as he helped Pol Pot purge other communists who had worked longer and more closely with his boss, but whom Pol Pot came to suspect were sceptical about his murderous revolution . As Pol Pot successively chopped off the hands of other people in his inner circle, the circle grew narrower and narrower and Khieu Samphan more and more important in it until he was Pol Pot’s chief servitor.

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Written by Kolbot Khmer

November 18, 2011 at 10:07 am

To ah heng soy (KI-Media blog team)

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To ah heng soy YOUN MOTHERFUDGER! Can you not interfere with our China-Cambodia relationship! Youns always try to break us up but we have been together for thousands of years!
Heng Soy forced to learn Chinese political meditation before being sent to a re-education camp in  the Chinese Gobi Desert …
… where he will have to learn Chinglish …
… for daring to interfere in the Sino-Cambodian relationship
(Cartoon by Sacrava)

Written by Kolbot Khmer

December 3, 2010 at 8:00 am

Touring the crocodiles pond – 1970 vintage

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Originally posted at: KI Media

25 May 1970, Hanoi, North Vietnam --- Hanoi, North Vietnam: A fifteen member delegation of the National United Government of royal Kampuchea arrived in Hanoi. From left: North Vietnamese premier Pham Van Dong; royal Kampuchea's Premier Penn Nouth; North Vietnamese president Ton Duc Thang; and Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Kampuchea inspect the honor guard upon arrival. --- Image by Bettmann/CORBIS

25 May 1970, Hanoi, North Vietnam --- Hanoi, North Vietnam: Prince Norodom Sihanouk waves his hand during his arrival in Hanoi. At his right is North Vietnamese premier Pham Van Dong. Also seen is Premier Penn Nouth and North Vietnamese defense minister Vo Nguyen Giap (wearing helmet). --- Image by Bettmann/CORBIS

A Brief History of Abhaiwongse Family and A Chinese MacCau

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Abhaiwongse

NOTE: This is the Q+A posted in Asiafinest.com/forum which PreahVihear answered to noyume regarding to the question: “So is Nhonh Yia Abhaiwongse a direct descendant of the Angkorian kings and then married into the Bunnag family?”

NO!!! You must understand that the last name Abhaiwongse is of the treacherous Khmer traitors who chose to serve the interests of the Kings of Siam. These Khmer traitors were happy to detach a large chunk of Khmer territory to Siam. And NO they are not of the Angkorean kings, but of the commoner orgin.

Here is the timeline of the despicable treacherous Ahaiwongse family.

(1) It all began with a man called Chaufa Ben, a native of Takeo province. He was a powerful military commander under the reign of the Khmer King Ang Eng. He became treacherous against the Khmer King and he sought the military aid of the Thai military commander called Bodin.

(2) Chaufa Ben with the help of Thai army declared himself to be the Lord Governor of Battambang, swore allegiance to the Thai kings, and put Battamang under the suzerainty of Siam. The Thai king conferred the title ““Chao Phraya Aphaithebet” or “Aphai” to Chaufa Ben. Later on the descendants of Chaufa Ben adopted the term “Aphaiwong” as their family name when the French kicked them out in 1907 and they had to move to live in Thailand.

(3) Year Abhaiwongse called Nhonh was the desendant of Chaufa Ben. According to the above link, it indicates that Nhonh married Tuptim Bunnag (descendant of a Persian and a powerful Mon family). From this union, Nhonh had a daughter named Yem Bosada (Khmer+Persian+Mon). Read the rest of this entry »

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