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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Henry Kissinger wanted for a Cambodian genocide

Former Australian ambassador to Cambodia Tony Kevin said American activity in the early 1970s had done great harm to Cambodia, and it was well understood in foreign policy circles that it had contributed to rise of the Khmer Rouge. - The Cambodia Daily
United States B-52 bombers dropped more than 500,000 tonnes of explosives on Cambodia's countryside.... Over 200 nights in 1973 alone, 257,456 tons of explosives fell in secret carpet-bombing sweeps – half as many as were dropped on Japan during the Second World War. - Sydney Morning Herald
The sky turned red and the earth shook, so they ran for their lives. As far as they were concerned it could have been a natural disaster of some sort. Some of them came by bullock cart and brought their dismantled houses with them.” - Donald Jameson
Genocide under cover of Genocide
K-5 Genocide

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:00 AM

    "Henry Kissinger wanted for a Cambodian genocide" is a very misleading title. Check the news, Henry Kissinger is doing just fine with no litigation, nor any issue with law matter.

    I will report this transgression to Trump supporters on their forum.

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    1. Anonymous9:31 AM

      Will the readership at T2P spike because of your "fake News" and "trash News"'s trolling here on T2P and everywhere else you had promised អាស្រកីដូង???

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  2. Anonymous12:23 AM

    អាស្រកីឯង មានអី ក្រៅពី លួចប្លន់ លក់ក្ដិត នឹង លឹតក្ដិត បរទេស ដើម្បីឹឈ្លានពាន នឹងសំឡាប់អ្នកជិតខាង ដូចជាលាវនឹងខ្មែរ ជាដើមនោះ? តើអាស្រកីឯង ដឹងថារឿងអី បានជាពិភពលោក ទាំងមូល ហៅពពួកអាស្រកីឯង ថា "វៀតកុង" ដែរ???

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