Friday, November 15, 2013

Letter to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Visit to Cambodia

The worst human rights violations are routinely committed by armed forces loyal to Hun Sen and the ruling CPP - School of Vice
Letter to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Visit to Cambodia
Brad Adams
November 14, 2013

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Cabinet Secretariat, Government of Japan          
1-6-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-8968, Japan   Fax: +81-3-3592-0179

Re: Your visit to Cambodia, November 16-17, 2013

Dear Prime Minister,

We write to you regarding your upcoming official visit to Cambodia and meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen, the leader of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP).

We recall your January 28, 2013 policy speech in which you proclaimed Japan’s intention to pursue an international “diplomacy based on the fundamental values of freedom, democracy, basic human rights, and the rule of law.” We urge you to demonstrate your commitment to this policy by making these values a cornerstone of your discussions with Hun Sen and Japan’s relations with Cambodia, a country in which Japan has historically played a very important role.

Japan has been a leading actor in Cambodia since the signing of the 1991 Paris Agreements on Cambodia, which mandated the creation of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodiafor its implementation. Signatories to the Paris Agreements, including Japan, pledged to work to establish a democratic society based on the promotion and protection of human rights. Japan then took the lead in sponsoring the International Conference on Reconstruction in Cambodia and became the largest provider of development aid. The Paris Agreements and the new Cambodian constitution promised subsequent elections would be free and fair and would be carried out under a constitutionally guaranteed system of liberal democracy, based on political pluralism and respect for fundamental rights, including freedom of assembly and association, due process, equality before the law, and protection from arbitrary deprivation of property, as well as state and security force neutrality.

Despite promise after promise to Japan and other donors, the reality has been quite different. After losing the 1993 elections, Prime Minister Hun Sen and the CPP threatened civil war if they were not included in a coalition government. Since then, Hun Sen and the CPP have held four elections that were neither free nor fair. Hun Sen and his government have moved Cambodia back towards de facto one-party rule, while routinely violating human rights and providing impunity for perpetrators of nearly all serious abuses.

Your upcoming visit is an opportunity for Japan to turn your January speech into reality by making the promotion of human rights and democracy a top priority in relations with Cambodia.  In this regard, we would like to bring to your attention matters related to elections, security assistance, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, and overseas development aid.

As we said in our letter to you of October 23, 2013, the July 28 election was marred by fundamental structural flaws and serious irregularities that meant that it was neither free nor fair. Since our letter, further compelling evidence has been compiled by Cambodian and international election monitoring groups of irregularities related to voter registration. All of this has called into serious question the official outcome, according to which the CPP took 68 seats in the National Assembly to the 55 of the main opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP). For these reasons Human Rights Watch and others have called for an independent investigation into the elections. The CPP has rejected such an inquiry. Instead, it has periodically used threats and violence against election-related and other protests.

We urgeJapan to join other countries in publicly calling for an independent, internationally assisted investigation into election irregularities. We urge you to discuss the modalities for such an investigation with your Cambodian interlocutors. To show Japan’s political impartiality, we also urge you to meet the leaders of the CNRP.

Failure to take the above steps would damage your stated goals of promoting freedom, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. Indeed, your visit risks givinglegitimacy to the claim that the CPP won the July 2013 election and that National Assembly duly elected Hun Sen as the country’s prime minister, thereby undermining the right of millions of Cambodians to choose their own government through free and fair elections.

Security Assistance
We note that during October 2013theJapanese governmental Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR) funded training in Japan by Japan Paramedical Rescue(JPR) to a contingent of Brigade 70 of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF).  According to deputy brigade commanderSauyNarit, this is the first instance of provision of such assistance to RCAF.  While the contingent benefitting from the training is designated as adisaster relief force, Brigade 70 has an infamous record of involvement in human rights violations, among other things being implicated in an attempt to assassinate political opposition leader Sam Rainsy, now president of the CNRP.

More broadly, the RCAF and police officer corps have a long history of partisanship on behalf of Hun Sen and the CPP, contrary to the spirit of the Paris Agreements and international human rights standards. For almost three and a half decades, they have been integral to a system that has empowered elements within their ranks to arbitrarily arrest, torture and kill perceived opponents with impunity. Military and police officers with a history of command responsibility for the most serious human rights violations have not been prosecuted but instead promoted on account of their loyalty to Hun Sen, making impunity and its protection a defining characteristic of Cambodia’s contemporary security forces.

In view of this, we are concerned that no procedures appear to have been put in place for vetting Cambodian security force units or individuals receiving government-funded assistance to ascertain whether they have been responsible for human rights violations.  Even more seriously, we are concerned that such assistance may continue or even expand without due consideration being given to the prospect that it may further entrench impunity for past abuses and directly or indirectly encourage future human rights violations.  

We therefore call on Japan to inform the Cambodian government that it will not continue to allow funding of assistance to the Cambodian military until such time that it can be determinedthat such support will not facilitate perpetration of human rights violations by RCAF as a whole or by specific RCAF units or individual officers benefitting from it.

We are also concerned that a private company owned and run by Japanese businessmen in Cambodia, AAP International, has been providing private assistance to the Cambodian police, evidently without any apparent human rights safeguards. We consider that such seemingly unconditional assistance risks complicity in human rights violations, and as such should be opposed by the Japanese government.

Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
As you know, Japan is the biggest contributor to the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC),having provided more than US$79 million dollars, including the recently announced disbursement of $387,000 to the international side of the court.While the ECCC is assisted by the United Nations, it remains dominated by the Cambodian government. Japan is well-placed to insist that the government allow the court’s Cambodian and international personnel to adhere to international judicialstandards in their efforts to prosecute Khmer Rouge senior leaders and others most responsible for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Cambodia between 1975 and 1979.

In this regard, you will recall that article 28 of the June 2003 Agreement between Cambodia and the United Nations establishing the ECCC stipulates that should the Cambodian government cause the ECCC to function in a manner that does not act in accordance with international standards of justice, fairness and due process of law, the United Nations could “cease to provide assistance, financial or otherwise” to the court.These standards are elaborated upon in the United Nations Basic Principles on Independence of the Judiciary and the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct, which specify in particular that the “judiciary shall decide matters before them impartially, on the basis of facts and in accordance with the law, without any restrictions, improper influences, inducements, pressures, threats or inferences, direct or indirect, from any quarter for any reason.”

The Cambodian government, which controls and directs the whole of the Cambodian judiciary, has not met these standards vis-à-vis the ECCC. Stalling tactics and obstruction led by Prime Minister Hun Senhave interfered with the ability of judicial officers to properly carry out their functions in accordance with Cambodian and international law, preventing  speedy trials and improperly limiting the number of accused. As a result, the ECCC has thus far only fully tried one person: KaingGechEav, alias Duch, the chief of the notorious TuolSleng torture center, who had confessed to the crimes for which he was indicted in Case 001, was convicted, andsentenced to life in prison.
Two of the four elderly “senior leaders” indicted for genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes in Case 002  have died and or been declared unfit to stand trial. The two against whom proceedings have gone forward have only been tried on a few of the counts for which they were indicted, and finalization of the judgments in this trial remains far off. Whether they will ever be tried on other Case 002 counts and whether they will survive until further final judgments is highly uncertain.

The investigations of five additional Khmer Rouge suspects in Cases 003 and 004 have been publicly and repeatedly opposed by Hun Sen. One has now died, and the health of several others is precarious. A United Nations-nominated investigating judge is currently investigating remaining cases 003 and 004, attempting to ascertain – despite a lack of assistance by Cambodians assigned to the court by the government – whether some or all of the four suspects should be indicted for trial.  But without government cooperation, it will be impossible to arrest and hold trials of any against whom there is sufficient evidence to indict.

Among the Cambodian government’s many delaying tactics has been not fulfilling its obligation to finance the salaries of ECCC personnel on its payroll, thus leading to industrial action by some of those staff. Following a recent international outcry, however, the government had begun doing so.  This is welcome.  However, it is now paying personnel not to cooperate in the investigations of Cases 003 and 004, thus undermining rather than facilitating the ECCC’s work, effectively providing impunity to all surviving Khmer Rouge leaders beyond the two on trial in Case 002.
To fight impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Cambodia, Japan should publicly urge the Cambodian government to allow all ECCC judges, prosecutors and staff, Cambodian and foreign, to decide all matters before them completely free of government interference, direct or indirect.  Unless this standard is upheld, there will continue to be questions about the purpose of continuing international United Nations involvement in and donor support for the ECCC.

Overseas Development Assistance
According to the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Phnom Penh, Japan provided Cambodia US$2.25 billion in overseas development assistance from 1992 to 2012 and is currently disbursing an average of some$120 million annually in such assistance (the Cambodian government puts the latter figure at $150 million).  Among recentlyannounced assistance is a road-construction project to repair and expand a part of National Route 5 between Battambang and BanteayMeanchey provinces.

Our concern is that such funding be in accordance with the Japanese government’s obligation to respect and protect human rights, Japan’s 1991 charter on overseas development assistance, and the JICA policy guidelines on Environmental and Social Considerations.This applies equally to Japan as it governs the World Bank and Asian Development Bank, together with other member governments. It is essential that Japan’s assistance not contribute to or exacerbate human rights violations committed by Cambodian government administrative and security force authorities.  For instance,government officials and security forces and their business associateshave been responsible for land-grabbing that is estimated to have adversely affected 700,000 Cambodians in the towns and countryside and has frequently involved forced evictions and government repression of anti-relocation protests.

Such issues have arisen in connection with past Japanese-assisted Cambodian government projects, notably theSpecial Economic Zone developed inside the PreahSihanouk Province Autonomous Port in the province’s Sihanoukville Municipality, now the site of significant Japanese private investment. Human Rights Watch’s review of events there between 2008 and 2012 indicates that while JICA and Japanese embassy representatives interceded on behalf of a number of local residents victimized by forced or otherwise illegal eviction, the problems that arose reflected a failure on the part of Japanese officials to take all necessary measures to protecthuman rights. In particular, they did not do enough to supportfull and effective consultation with and participation by residents and Cambodian civil society groups in the formulation and implementation of the project, and they relied on the very Cambodian authorities and bodies responsible for the abuses to remedy them, with the result that instead of receiving redress, some victims who protested were subjected to legal and other threats.

To help avoid such outcomes that contravene Japanese policy, we urge you to make it clear to your Cambodianinterlocutors that Japan considers that all involved officials have an obligation to undertake human rights due diligence with regard to all development projects.   Japan itself must identify potential human rights impacts for every project it plans to fund, appropriately address all adverse impacts, continue to assess and address adverse human rights impacts throughout the life of the project as such impacts often emerge as the project advances, and work with the Cambodian government to remedy any human rights violations that emerge. This is also important when the Japanese government is working through the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Where projects may result in relocation of residents, both Japan and Cambodia are bound to ensure that there are no forced evictions in violation of international law, and that people lawfully resettled receive sufficient,just and timely compensation, in line with the United Nations Basic Principles and Guidelines on Development-based Evictions and Displacement. This compensation should aim to enable people affected by projects to improve theirstandard of living, or at least to restore them topre-project levels.

We urge you to make it similarly clear that Japan considers that in order to achieve these objectives, Japan and Cambodia should ensure that people affected by development projects and concerned elements of Cambodian civil society enjoy their rights to be fully informed about, freely express their views upon, and be genuinely consulted about these projects, without fear of retaliation from any quarter.  This recognizes the importance of civic participation, including by grassroots groups and advocacy organizations, in achieving sustainable development on the basis of respect for human rights and of social accountability.

Yours Sincerely,                                             Yours Sincerely,

Brad Adams                                                     Kanae Doi
Director                                                             Japan Director
Asia Division


Anonymous said...

Tell that white boy..get fuck out of our take these japanese with him...

Anonymous said...

ប្អូនស្រីបង្កើតរបស់លោក ហ៊ុន សែន គឺ ហ៊ុន សេងឌី ជាអគ្គនាយកក្រុមហ៊ុនកាត់ដេរ S.L ដែលកម្មករតវ៉ាជាង ៤ ខែហើយ តែមិនព្រមដោះស្រាយ ទីបំផុតគេប្រើ ប្រើកម្លាំងប៉ូលីស បង្រ្កាប សម្លាប់កម្មករ និងប៉ះពាល់សិទ្ធិពលរដ្ឋ យ៉ាងសាហាវព្រៃផ្សៃ កាលពីថ្ងៃទី១២ ខែវិច្ឆិកា ២០១៣។ ខាងក្រោមនេះ ជាភាសាអង់គ្លេសពីកាសែតឌីខេមបូឌាដេលី ៖

Anonymous said...

សាកសពតារាចម្រៀង ឈិន សុរ៉ាវី ដែលដំបូងត្រូវសមត្ថកិច្ចនិងក្រុមគ្រួសារសង្ស័យ ថាបានចងកធ្វើអត្តឃាតសម្លាប់ខ្លូននៅឡៅតឿផ្ទះរបស់ខ្លួននោះ អាចជារឿងផ្សេង ពីករណីចង.ក ពីព្រោះសាកសពមានស្លាកស្នាមមុខនិងជើងជាច្រើនកន្លែង ដែលគេដាក់ភាពសង្ស័យថា ករណីស្លាប់នេះអាចជារឿងឃាតកម្មណាមួយ សូម្បីតែមុនការធ្វើកោសល្យវិច័យ និងពេលធ្វើកោសល្យវិច័យរបស់សមត្ថកិច្ចនគរបាលមានការលាក់លៀម ហាមឃាត់សមត្ថកិច្ចផ្សេងទៀតរួមទាំងអ្នកសារព័ត៌មាន ដែលតាមប្រមាញ់ហេតុការណ៍នេះ ។

Anonymous said...

my suggestion to have low class citizen peoples to make trouble in his house., and wants
to see how he feel ???

I don't think he needs human rights at the same times,

for sure he will hit them as well.,

Anonymous said...

The Japanese will never be te same as Khmer. When faced with threats the Japanese will unite working together for development. Japanese are known for killing themself for the sacrifice of their country. Ah Hun Sen the Youn dog is the opposite. Ah Youn dog promises to cut off his own head, in front of the public but never kept his words. Ah Hun Sen the Youn dog also promises to step down if his party doesn't have more than 60% votes.

Anonymous said...

Go do your mother in any holes you can find'em!...Seed of evil,benefactor of evil regime Cpp Yuon puppet.


Anonymous said...

2:34 AM and 3:58 AM are the evil Vietnamese dog eaters who barked too much. These fucking ugly Vietnamese parasites have always been to Ki-Media for no reason. These Vietnamese dog eaters lived in Cambodia and then dare to bark and go too far beyond the hell...

Anonymous said...

Abe in 2013 = Akashi in 1993 . They both have done Yuon
favor for Japan interest in Vietnam & Cambodia . They don't care
about freedom or democracy in other countries .

Anonymous said...

2:43 am go to with Hun Sen.

White people are helping Cambodian from the starvation and homeless.

Anonymous said...

Hun Sen soldiers acted like they are in the war zone in the city to kill the Khmer people.

Why Hun Sen soldiers are not going to fight the Viet on the border?

Why the foreigner came to visit a dictatorship Hun Sen?

Why Cambodian stop donating and supporting CNRP, please all Cambodian must start supporting and donating now. CNRP is committing to save Cambodia from the Vietnamese expansion but Hun Sen used armed forced to blocked every moves that Sam Rainsy was trying to take over the government. Sam Rainsy was working very hard to served the Cambodian.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Oh boy! Mr Adam you make the devil piss. The viet devil will not like this.

Jendhamuni said...

Dear School of Vice,

You should stick this post a little longer. Readers are interested...

Anonymous said...

It is A shame to Be like Japanese Prim Minister ABE who is leading the world Supper Third Economic power country can not find HUN SEN's tricks, let HUN SEN cheat, fraud, corrupted Japanese People money and let HUN SEN uses Japanese Money for HUN SEN family, sending HUN SEN kids to study in USA, France and using Japanese money to buy a luxury house in western countries and buying what ever HUN SEN family wanted and spending Japanese money for holiday around the world, and spending Japanese money to protect HUN SEN power, I recall all Japanese people must think about this ?

Anonymous said...

I appeal all Cambodian people must name Mr Brad Adam as a Cambodian Hero for the 21 first century, because this gentleman is working hard to help Cambodian, to improve the Human Rights in Cambodian and also this man is working for Cambodian people, we hardly can see Cambodian like this man, but we can see many Cambodian traitor such as HUN SEN, Cheang Vong, Phy See Phan, Cheam Yeap, In Sour Sdey, Om Yeang Teang ect all of those guys can not compare just only one man is Mr Brad Adam, I really want to see him and call him Cambodian Hero for the 21 first century

Anonymous said...

សមត្ថកិច្ច នៃរដ្ធាភិបាលអាឆ្កែកញ្ជះយួន ហ៊ុន សែន ដែលមាន ទាហាន ប៉ូលីស ប៉េអឹម ពេល ដែលបញ្ជូនទៅរៀននៅស្រុកយួន យួនមិន ដែលបានហ្វឹកហ្វឺនផ្នែកជួយសង្គ្រោះជីវិត ឬ
យួនគិតតែហ្វឹកហ្វឺនផ្នែក បាញ់, កំទេច,សម្លាប់, ពិឃាត, ប្រហារជីវិត, ផ្ដាច់ជីវិត, បំផ្លាញ,ច្បាម, ឆក់ប្លន់, ដុតផ្ទះ, ប្លន់ដណ្ដើមទ្រព្យ, កៀបសង្កត់, សង្កត់សង្កិន, ជិះជាន់, វាយបង្ក្រាប, ទាត់ធាក់ និងបោកគ្រាប់បែកសម្លាប់
បើមិនជឿសួរ ពួកអាមកពីហ្វឹកហ្វឺន ពីស្រុកយួន ក្នុង១០០ ពួកវាថាដូចគ្នាទាំង ១០០ ។

Anonymous said...

Mr. BRAD ADAMS should be elect as a new Cambodia Prime Minister.

Anonymous said...

សាកសពតារាចម្រៀង ឈិន សុរ៉ាវី ដែលដំបូងត្រូវសមត្ថកិច្ចនិងក្រុមគ្រួសារសង្ស័យ ថាបានចងកធ្វើអត្តឃាតសម្លាប់ខ្លូននៅឡៅតឿផ្ទះរបស់ខ្លួននោះ អាចជារឿងផ្សេង ពីករណីចង.ក ពីព្រោះសាកសពមានស្លាកស្នាមមុខនិងជើងជាច្រើនកន្លែង ដែលគេដាក់ភាពសង្ស័យថា ករណីស្លាប់នេះអាចជារឿងឃាតកម្មណាមួយ សូម្បីតែមុនការធ្វើកោសល្យវិច័យ និងពេលធ្វើកោសល្យវិច័យរបស់សមត្ថកិច្ចនគរបាលមានការលាក់លៀម ហាមឃាត់សមត្ថកិច្ចផ្សេងទៀតរួមទាំងអ្នកសារព័ត៌មាន ដែលតាមប្រមាញ់ហេតុការណ៍នេះ ។ចេញពត៌មានចឹងហើយ ឲ្យពួកតារាទាំងអស់ហ្នឹងដឹងខ្លួន ព្រោះពួកតារាចូលចិត្តតែផ្សាយពត៌មានមិនពិត ឥឡូវដល់វេនខ្លួនឯងវិញហើយ ដែលស្លាប់ហើយគេផ្សាយពត៌មានមិនពិតវិញ ចឹងទើបស្របតាមអ្វីដែលពួកតារាបានធ្វើនិងចង់បាន។

Anonymous said...

One of the MP is happy and laugh to kill your Khmer relative.

We want these pictures hanging around the city.

Anonymous said...

In other more important news, Vietnam was elected to the Human Rights Council and received the highest votes of all the elected members. Vietnam will do its utmost to help Hun Sen stay in power. Long live Vietnam-Cambodia friendship.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Brad Adams,

You are truly a principal's man.

You've done so much good deeds for Khmer people.

You are Cambodia and world's hero now.

93 years old woman

Anonymous said...

សមេ្តចជាព្រះអាទិត្យតែមួយ រះលើផែនដីនេះ...!

ជយោ! សមេ្តចបណ្ឌិតអគ្គមហាសេនាបតីតេជោ ហ៊ុន សែន វរ្ម័នទី១ ជាទេវតានៃកម្ពុជា!!!

Anonymous said...

Only muslim Jendhamuni can do suicide attack, not chicken buhhist Khmers. Hey muslim girl, do Cambodia a favor and go blow yourself up?

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much to Mr. Brad Adams and Mr. Kanae Doi,

Anonymous said...

A PHY SEE PHAN, A CHEANG VON, Cheam Yeap and the others must respect Mr Brad Adam as a GOD, especially A PHY SEE PHAN selling his head to Vietcong working and serving for Vietcong Interest, no matter Vietcong punish, abusing as a slave A PHY SEE PHAN keep smiling, A PHY SEE PHAN must respect Brad Adam, who is working for Cambodian people fighting for justice, whereas A PHY SEE PHAN could not find any job to do for his surviving in USA, going back to seerve HUN SEN serving Vietcong interest let Vietcong abuse Cambodian people, you are better go hell rather living for doing nothing for Cambodian people.

Anonymous said...

Where is Ah Sdach Ting Moung Sihamoni ?

Anonymous said...

Ou vireck, il ferme sa gueule pour le sujet droit de l homme à steung meanchey, ce fils de pute il a bouffé l argents de la communauté international pour le droit de l homme, mais il travail pour hun sen.

Anonymous said...

The king is busy masturbate with the young teenager youns at the royal palace, please no disturb. To all khmers if you are do not awake from your sleeping ,your grave distance are await and the hell door gate is opening to you for NO MERCY .
There two choices to choose ,waiting to death like the pig ,or fighting back like a wild pigs while they are in the hunter s trap?.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much Adam Smith, you are our khmer hero. We are so blessed to have you as our Human Right observer and has the power to speak based on what is right and just. We appreciate your time, money and energy to help to rescue the innocent ones from such injustice, that has been committed by the Hun/cpp/VC and the Chinese crooks. WIthout the VC and the Chinese support, Hun,cpp would not have such power to continue to commit such crimes. Hun Sen said that 'I am a VC's puppet, no one want to lose their land or sea but because we are under their controlled'.

Cambodia's problem can not be solved until those two nations of both VN and China leave us khmer country and nation alone. It is time for them to recall for Hun Sen to step down, otherwise, the killing field will continue forever and ever until the end of time. Please do not believe in those two nations no more. They have fooled the international community not to involve our internal affair while they do, for their own national interests e.g all donated goods or money ended up falling into their hands.

At they same time, our poor people are being exploited by them crooks, again for their own national interests. Nevertheless, now everyone in this world knows this true fact and should not trust them no more. It is time to make them pay for what they have done to our khmer country and nation. Cambodians never wanted war, it was them bringing war to us. While we treated them kindly, they on the other hands treated us worst than animals. Sihanouk once said, I have helped them in every way I could, still they backstabbed me.. they are expansionists and they are like crocodiles.

Hun and Sihanouk did admit about trusting them (VC and Chin) and thought they were good friends but not! It is time for international community to act on behalf of the Cambodian and khmer gov't to claim back what is rightfully ours. It is time to make them to compensate and reconcile between right and wrong. It is time to take back their puppet Hun whom they have installed to rule our country and nation for their national interests. Now, we have chosen our true leaders and they are Sam and Kem. So far, we never had a chance to choose our proper leader but being installed by the foreigners for their nation interests. It is time to stop violating from such sovereignty. Because every nation needs to have its own state sovereignty and so do we.

Anonymous said...

Correction:I mean Thank you so much Brad Adams...

Anonymous said...

It could be better to find somebody to assassinate Hun Sen. He doesnot seem to obey any rule at all.
Everything will be finished.

Anonymous said...

I don't know how often Mr. Adams view his post through KI-Media site but, just in case, I have his E-mail address.
This would be a good opportunity to show our gratitute and appreciation via his personal E-mail address.


Anonymous said...

but u like and live on $ from White boy's country, don't you ?

Anonymous said...

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