Deputy PM on visit to Cambodia

Deputy PM on visit to Cambodia

There are 13 comments on the VietNam News story from Aug 16, 2012, titled Deputy PM on visit to Cambodia. In it, VietNam News reports that:

Viet Nam always attaches importance to its traditional relationship with Cambodia, which has been fostered by generations of the two nations' leaders and people.

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King Rama

United States

#1 Aug 18, 2012
Not long ago, it was Nguyen Cow Dung. Now it's Nguyen Cow Phuc. Two deceptive Primates (PM). What is Mr. Phuc doing in Cambodia, looking to install more border posts in Khmer farmland and deceptively pretends that it is good for both Yak Cong and Cambodia? He is not welcomed here.

When a dignatary or his Imperial Royal Highness from Japan visited Cambodia, the Cambodian people both inside and outside welcomed him with utmost sincerity because his visit was for peace, true frienship, and mutual understanding between the two nations.

When a thick-faced Yak Cong Communist comes to Cambodia, he has a dirty plan in mind.
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#2 Aug 18, 2012
King Rama wrote:
Not long ago, it was Nguyen Cow Dung. Now it's Nguyen Cow Phuc. Two deceptive Primates (PM). What is Mr. Phuc doing in Cambodia, looking to install more border posts in Khmer farmland and deceptively pretends that it is good for both Yak Cong and Cambodia? He is not welcomed here.
Just look at your first paragraph, starting with an insult, following with a question. Without any answer, you already reach a conclusion: He is not welcomed here.

In fact, you already reach conclusion before reading any news. You already made up your mind. There is no point to discuss with you.

Fortunately, you cannot do squat. All you can do is blah, blah, blah on the forum.
King Rama

United States

#3 Aug 18, 2012
That's right drgunzet. No point in discussion when you hold personal's biased view and attached to that view.

You think you know the Viets, but you don't. They are cunning, tricky, low, cheap, and inferior human species that will commit barbarism and always find a way to cover up their barbaric acts. Do you know how many innocent Khmer children the Viets killed during their illegal occupation in Cambodia in the 80s? Do you know why Cambodia had so many widows? Your friend SpongeBob bragged about wiping out the Khmer race. He spoke from his experience and hatred against the Khmers. Your student MrVirus speaks of hatred against the Khmers.

My dear friend drgunzet, you have nothing to lose. You have not lost an inch of land, nor a drop of blood from Yak Congs. The Khmers had sufferred for so long under the brutal Yak Cong regime at gun point. Do you know how the barbaric Viets treated Khmer Krom people?

I sincerely advise you drgunzet to be mindful and not hold wrong view. The barbaric Viets are very deceptive.

You don't believe me? Read this American's personal account.

http://hoahao.tumblr.com/

The Viets will never give up their trick: Youn Min Chaol Put.
Drgunzet wrote:
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Just look at your first paragraph, starting with an insult, following with a question. Without any answer, you already reach a conclusion: He is not welcomed here.
In fact, you already reach conclusion before reading any news. You already made up your mind. There is no point to discuss with you.
Fortunately, you cannot do squat. All you can do is blah, blah, blah on the forum.
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#4 Aug 18, 2012
King Rama wrote:
That's right drgunzet. No point in discussion when you hold personal's biased view and attached to that view.
You think you know the Viets, but you don't. They are cunning, tricky, low, cheap, and inferior human species that will commit barbarism and always find a way to cover up their barbaric acts. Do you know how many innocent Khmer children the Viets killed during their illegal occupation in Cambodia in the 80s? Do you know why Cambodia had so many widows? Your friend SpongeBob bragged about wiping out the Khmer race. He spoke from his experience and hatred against the Khmers. Your student MrVirus speaks of hatred against the Khmers.
My dear friend drgunzet, you have nothing to lose. You have not lost an inch of land, nor a drop of blood from Yak Congs. The Khmers had sufferred for so long under the brutal Yak Cong regime at gun point. Do you know how the barbaric Viets treated Khmer Krom people?
I sincerely advise you drgunzet to be mindful and not hold wrong view. The barbaric Viets are very deceptive.
You don't believe me? Read this American's personal account.
http://hoahao.tumblr.com/
The Viets will never give up their trick: Youn Min Chaol Put.
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From the above, you asked: Do you know how the barbaric Viets treated Khmer Krom people?

Yes I do know. I probed a couple dozen Youtube clips about the Khmer Kroms. They all appeared to be well fed, happy, way better off then the Khmers in Cambodia. I think the Viets were treating them very well.

I believe the Khmers in Cambodia would be better off if the North Vietnamese commanders were still around to protect them. I knew that the Khmers folks loved the North Vietnamese commanders while they were still around during the 1979-1989.
King Rama

United States

#5 Aug 18, 2012
In other words, you do not know the answers.
Drgunzet wrote:
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Yes I do know. I probed a couple dozen Youtube clips about the Khmer Kroms. They all appeared to be well fed, happy, way better off then the Khmers in Cambodia. I think the Viets were treating.
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#6 Aug 18, 2012
King Rama wrote:
In other words, you do not know the answers.
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I do know the answers, you don't. The Youtube clips I found about the Khmers living in Vietnam's Mekong showed:

1. They Khmer Viets have nice temples.
2. They look very happy and are having Khmer festivals.
3. They look very well fed, well off, richer than other Khmers in Cambodia.
4. Last, but not least, they do look Khmer. But make no mistake, they are Khmer Viet.

Using my common sense, I know these Khmers want to remain Vietnamese citizens. No one in the right mind would want to be Cambodian citizens to be kill in a genocide, to be abused, bulldozed out of the house, to be shot at, arrest by other Khmers.

Just look at what's happening in Cambodia now.

Perhaps you can present some Youtube clips to challenge my point. Otherwise, you are not going to convince anyone.
GOLDEN COMPASS

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Aug 18, 2012
King Rama wrote:
That's right drgunzet. No point in discussion when you hold personal's biased view and attached to that view.
You think you know the Viets, but you don't. They are cunning, tricky, low, cheap, and inferior human species that will commit barbarism and always find a way to cover up their barbaric acts. Do you know how many innocent Khmer children the Viets killed during their illegal occupation in Cambodia in the 80s? Do you know why Cambodia had so many widows? Your friend SpongeBob bragged about wiping out the Khmer race. He spoke from his experience and hatred against the Khmers. Your student MrVirus speaks of hatred against the Khmers.
My dear friend drgunzet, you have nothing to lose. You have not lost an inch of land, nor a drop of blood from Yak Congs. The Khmers had sufferred for so long under the brutal Yak Cong regime at gun point. Do you know how the barbaric Viets treated Khmer Krom people?
I sincerely advise you drgunzet to be mindful and not hold wrong view. The barbaric Viets are very deceptive.
You don't believe me? Read this American's personal account.
http://hoahao.tumblr.com/
The Viets will never give up their trick: Youn Min Chaol Put.
<quoted text>
HEY RAMAN NOODLES,
YOUR WRITINGS ARE FULL OF LIES, HATRED, AND STORIES. THE TRUE BABARIANS ARE YOUR OWN KHEM PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO PROBLEM PUTTING PLASTIC BAGS OVER YOUR OWN PEOPLE HEADS AND PULLING THE TRIGGER WITH AN AK-47.
LOOK AT YOURSELF IN THE MIRRORS AND QUIT BITCHINGXX ABOUT THE VIETS! AMEN!
King Rama

Mechanicsville, MD

#8 Aug 19, 2012
Hello Golden Compass, how are you today? What does fact have anything to do with hatred? You see, the more the Yak Congs come to Cambodia, the more lands the Khmers lose. That's fact. Proof? Look at Prey Norkor. They are very deceptive people. They are not trustworthy people. Stay away from them.
GOLDEN COMPASS wrote:
<quoted text>
HEY RAMAN NOODLES,
YOUR WRITINGS ARE FULL OF LIES, HATRED, AND STORIES. THE TRUE BABARIANS ARE YOUR OWN KHEM PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO PROBLEM PUTTING PLASTIC BAGS OVER YOUR OWN PEOPLE HEADS AND PULLING THE TRIGGER WITH AN AK-47.
LOOK AT YOURSELF IN THE MIRRORS AND QUIT BITCHINGXX ABOUT THE VIETS! AMEN!
King Rama

Mechanicsville, MD

#9 Aug 19, 2012
You know a smart being does not look at one clip on Youtube and makes a generalized conclusion.

So do you talk to any of the Khmer Krom people?
Drgunzet wrote:
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Using my common sense, I know these Khmers want to remain Vietnamese citizens.
King Rama

Mechanicsville, MD

#10 Aug 19, 2012
Perhaps the best way to know is to interview the people? Have you talked to any of the Khmer Krom people?

If you can show me that I can vote via Youtube, then you can convince me. Otherwise you are just talking trash.
Drgunzet wrote:
<quoted text>
Perhaps you can present some Youtube clips to challenge my point. Otherwise, you are not going to convince anyone.
King Rama

Mechanicsville, MD

#11 Aug 19, 2012
My advice to you drgunzet, get out from the computer and travel. See the world and it changes everything. I once used to look at Angkor temples in books and magazines, the National Geographic, etc. But the real Angkor Wat gave me goosebumps. I tell you, words cannot describe.

Your time, my time, everyone's time, here in this world is too short. Everything is uncertain, but sickness, old age, and death are certain. So get out and see the world.

Did I tell you a story about a German guy? I met him at a remote area in Preah Vihear. How did I meet him? He was asking if I knew a reasonable room with A/C. I told him we (my friend and I) were paying $15 a night with A/C. Then we helped him to get an arrangement for a room by talking to the motel manager.

He was traveling by himself. To me, he was brave given that he did not speak Khmer. We had dinner together and chatted. Then we took a walk in the dark night. The breeze was just amazing. I said, are you not afraid? "No," he said. I was a little nervous too walking at night in an unfamiliar place. But that German gentleman was not afraid. He had this handy flashlight. We took a stroll from the motel all the way to a little market at a circle in almost total darkness. But the Moon was brightfully shinning above so it helped. We would stop periodically on a small road. He (the German gentleman) would point to the sky and said, "Do you see that?" He was showing us the stars and their names. Yes, at night, you can see bright stars just about anywhere in Cambodia. Here in the US, I rarely see stars due to the condition of the atmosphere.

The next morning, we climbed up the magnificent Preah Vihear temple. To save some money, we teamed up by getting a truck and split the share. It was awesome. The view I mean.

Then the next day, he wanted to visit Beng Mealea (another old ancient Khmer temple). He wanted to find out a reasonable fare to get there. But he didn't speak Khmer. So he asked if I could help. We walked (again) to that circle and I talked to different taxi drivers. They negotiated the price and I did the translation. Deal was made. He was on his way to Beng Mealea and sent me a text where he was. I called him to make sure he was safe and sound. "I'm alright," he said. We never talked again.

End of short story.
Drgunzet wrote:
<quoted text>
No one in the right mind would want to be Cambodian citizens to be kill in a genocide, to be abused, bulldozed out of the house, to be shot at, arrest by other Khmers.
Just look at what's happening in Cambodia now.
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#12 Aug 19, 2012
King Rama wrote:
My advice to you drgunzet, get out from the computer and travel. See the world and it changes everything. I once used to look at Angkor temples in books and magazines, the National Geographic, etc. But the real Angkor Wat gave me goosebumps. I tell you, words cannot describe.
Your time, my time, everyone's time, here in this world is too short. Everything is uncertain, but sickness, old age, and death are certain. So get out and see the world.
Did I tell you a story about a German guy? I met him at a remote area in Preah Vihear. How did I meet him? He was asking if I knew a reasonable room with A/C. I told him we (my friend and I) were paying $15 a night with A/C. Then we helped him to get an arrangement for a room by talking to the motel manager.
He was traveling by himself. To me, he was brave given that he did not speak Khmer. We had dinner together and chatted. Then we took a walk in the dark night. The breeze was just amazing. I said, are you not afraid? "No," he said. I was a little nervous too walking at night in an unfamiliar place. But that German gentleman was not afraid. He had this handy flashlight. We took a stroll from the motel all the way to a little market at a circle in almost total darkness. But the Moon was brightfully shinning above so it helped. We would stop periodically on a small road. He (the German gentleman) would point to the sky and said, "Do you see that?" He was showing us the stars and their names. Yes, at night, you can see bright stars just about anywhere in Cambodia. Here in the US, I rarely see stars due to the condition of the atmosphere.
The next morning, we climbed up the magnificent Preah Vihear temple. To save some money, we teamed up by getting a truck and split the share. It was awesome. The view I mean.
Then the next day, he wanted to visit Beng Mealea (another old ancient Khmer temple). He wanted to find out a reasonable fare to get there. But he didn't speak Khmer. So he asked if I could help. We walked (again) to that circle and I talked to different taxi drivers. They negotiated the price and I did the translation. Deal was made. He was on his way to Beng Mealea and sent me a text where he was. I called him to make sure he was safe and sound. "I'm alright," he said. We never talked again.
End of short story.
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Yeah I know. I have taken a vow to see Angkor Wat before I die.

Ok, so you saw the glimpse of German superiority, didn't you? Impressed?
King Rama

Mechanicsville, MD

#13 Aug 19, 2012
Very good Drgunzet. I'm glad to hear that. Go and see it. You will always be welcomed there.

I saw a gentleman with nice personality and well mannered character desirable for respect. I have a friend who is of German descent and we hang out once in a while for dinner or hiking. He works in my unit and is very nice. I don't see superiority or inferiority haha, just deeds that separate one human apart from another.

I notice that the German government helped beautify the Steung Songkae River in Battambang. That is a good deed. Well, if you happen to be in Battambang town (small and quiet) you will not miss it.
Drgunzet wrote:
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Yeah I know. I have taken a vow to see Angkor Wat before I die.
Ok, so you saw the glimpse of German superiority, didn't you? Impressed?

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