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Saturday, June 30, 2018

Pseng-Pseng in Pic: Hun Sen Shirtfronted

Pseng-Pseng in Pic

Hun Sen Shirtfronted

Hun Sen visits Phnom Penh Safari where his jungle law & rules are challenged

No-fear-or-favour media report that Hun Sen, virtually flanked by his dozen dirty generals, is shirtfronted by a jungle Champ during his visit to the Phnom Penh Safari. The Champ has told the media that the Hun Sen’s jungle law is so legalistic that he is keen to test its justice.

The said-media do not report outcomes of the Champ’s charge into Hun Sen’s chest. They have been forced to either close or sell off to a with-fear-and-favour media group.

It seems however, Hun Sen has survived the shirtfront. A few days after the Safari visit he rants and raves about the jungle challenge, and vows not to react any longer to any provocations even from tiny parties in the 29 July elections.

And on Hun Sen’s order, the Champ is arrested, charged, and jailed; they throw away the key.

Ung Bun Ang

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  1. Anonymous3:50 AM

    I propose the oversea Khmers to gather money and support the poorest in Cambodia before impose sanction on Cambodia, CPP and Hun Sen.

    But no, Khmers are cheap dogs. They will not give any money to the most needed poors. But at the same time, they want to impose sanctions on Cambodia which will lead to the suffering of the poorests. Sanctions = no import from Cambodia, no jobs, no money for the poors.

    I propose we randomly round up the oversea Khmers and beat the craps out of them, "Mr. Hun Sen, give up power or we will beat up these stupid Khmers." See if he would give up power.

    I have never seen such a stupid race in the world before.

  2. Anonymous3:19 AM

    Caption for the picture above: Kem Sokha was allowed to contest Mr. Hun Sen for the election this year. After a year in jail, he was a shadow of his former self. Despite being dressed up for a match, he would be no match to Mr. Hun Sen.