Friday, November 15, 2013

Panel to study ruling before Cambodia talks


Anonymous said...

I repost and update my comment.



Any autocratic regime in the world is so afraid of the mass gathering because once that gathering were turning against them, they would not be able to contain it.

Every year in Cambodia, during the water festival - Bonn Om Touk – millions of people were gathering to see the racing boats. That made the puppet government and its master Vietnam very nervous. They might have thought that what would happen if those people used that occasion and turned it into a sea of demonstration against them?

In order to disrupt that annual gathering, they might have created that disastrous event in Koh Pich – showing, proving to people that huge crowd is very dangerous, thus people must stay away from huge crowd in the future.

The absence of the water festival in the following year might underscore the assumption that the Koh Pich Bridge’s incident was planned.

Khmer people must wait and see for this year ( 2012). If there was no water festival in Cambodia, there would be a stronger possibility that the deadly event in Koh Pich was premeditated. The international community, the CNRP, and Khmer people must find the mastermind behind this horrible crime.

It is highly likely that Vietnam was the mastermind behind that incident because logically and humanly it is difficult for Khmer people to kill their own people like that.

The ulterior motive ( the ultimate goal ) behind the catastrophic event in the koh Pich bridge was to put an end to the yearly millions people gathering. It does not matter to the expansionist Vietnam whether Khmer culture or custom disappear or not.

Bun Thoeun

Note: I wrote this comment and posted in KI a couple of months ago. Now, this year (2012), there is no water festival either, citing Sihanouk’s death was the cause of the cancellation.

Historically, how many times in the past that Cambodia failed to celebrate the water festival ?

Bun Thoeun

( Update for this 2013 )

Now, this year, 2013, there is no water festival again. The flood was the reason for the cancellation.

How about next year?

The chance to celebrate the water festival will be slim if the puppet government was still in power because Vietnam and Hun Sen worried that people might use that moment to mount a huge demonstration against them.

Wake up Khmer people !! Everything is almost gone under this puppet Hun Sen’s government.

Khmer people, especially the CNRP, must exert their best concert efforts to claim the election’s victory. We cannot let this CPP thief stole Khmer people's votes like that.

We must realize that decades - 30 to 50 years - from now, Khmer people’s sacrifice to save Cambodia will produce fruitless result because Vietnam’s influence were so overwhelming by that time.

If we wanted to save Cambodia, this would be the right time because the CNRP had won the election, which is a solid foundation for the CNRP to succeed.

Bun Thoeun

Anonymous said...

លោកប៊ុន ធឿន,
រហូតមកទល់ថ្ងៃនេះ គ្មានពត៏មានច្បាស់លាស់អំពីថា តេីនរណាជា
ម្ចាស់នៃស្ពាននេះពិតប្រាកដទេ រហូតដល់ស្ពានបានត្រូវកំទេចចោល
ដេីម្បីបំបាត់ដាន ។
ការផ្តល់លុយកាក់បន្តិចបន្ទួច គឺដេីម្បីជៀសវាងបណ្តឹងសងការខូចខាត
ទៅលេីជនរងគ្រោះប៉ុណ្ណោះ ដែលម្នាក់ត្រូវទទួលបានសំណងរាប់លាន
ដុល្លារពីម្ចាស់នៃស្ពាននេះ !
លី ឌៀប

Anonymous said...

Cambodia can bring a little of history to the world of how much Cambodia has lost territory to Thailand and Vietnam. This territory lost must stop. When Cambodia is small and weak opportunists are there to exploit any moment of weaknesses. Khmer must unite!!!