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  • #1619742
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    Is there hope for a better Cambodia if he becomes his father’s (Hun Sen) successor?

    [b]PM’s Son Faces Reform Challenge[/b]
    2011-01-04

    Following his two-star general appointment, critics pressure Hun Sen’s son to clean up Cambodia’s military image.

    Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has made his fast-rising son a two-star general amid pressure to reform the country’s tainted military.

    Hun Manet, a West Point graduate with a doctorate in economics, was appointed deputy infantry commander-in-chief in the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF).

    He currently serves as chief of his father’s bodyguard unit as well as head of the anti-terrorist unit at Cambodia’s Ministry of Defense.

    the article: http://www.rfa.org/english/news/cambodia/promotion-01042011160213.html

    [Message last modified 01-05-2011 01:52am by Kadin]

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  • #1619743
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    is he the one that arrested those invading thais? if so then he has my vote.

    next stop… kampuchea krom!

  • #1619744
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    He’s US graduate. I believe in him. I bet he has common sense and respect human rights.

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    as long as he wasn’t educated in france- then he should be fine. jk!!!

  • #1619746
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    I hope he can do better than his father. Clean up corruption first……Go Manet

  • #1619747
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    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. But maybe this bad seed will be a lesser evil.

  • #1619748
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    Maybe Srok Khmer can beef up it’s military for once. The military been a joke since the fall of Angkor.

  • #1619749
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    Everything has a price tag in Cambodia. There’s no need to beef up the Military when their neighbours and foreign invaders can trade, bribe, and negotiate for Cambodia’s resources. The man seen in the above photograph looks like a lost child trying to fill in daddy’s shoes. I hope I’m wrong. What is a few years influence in the United States when his whole life revolves around corruption?

  • #1619750
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    He must be pretty smart if he went to West Point.

  • #1619751
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    Sometimes just money will do. haha

    [i]Originally posted by Menkos[/i]
    He must be pretty smart if he went to West Point.

  • #1619752
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    True. :) But wouldn’t he have flunked out, even with his dad’s money, if he couldn’t keep up?

  • #1619753
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    i dunno i have hope for the guy. he studied military and economics so im taking a more positive outlook

  • #1619754
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    Doctorate in Economics hey.. hrmm Dr Hun Manet

    @'-;----
  • #1619755
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    I had the chance to meet and hang out with him once and he was a very nice guy. I was a little intimidated at first but after a couple of shots with him it was all good. He seemed like a very smart and easy going person. He didn’t act snobbish or anything and didn’t need to take the time to converse with me but did so. His father on the other hand intimidated me more then a lil bit. It wasn’t anything he said or did but just the fact it was him. I actually think Hun Manet would make a difference in Cambodia if given the opportunity.

  • #1619756
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    [i]Originally posted by Menkos[/i]
    True. :) But wouldn’t he have flunked out, even with his dad’s money, if he couldn’t keep up?

    I don’t know. How did George W. Bush even get into Yale and acquire a Masters degree in Business when he was a D student in high school and could barely speak proper English? Me, thinks Daddy (Georgie Senior) had something to do with it…

  • #1619757
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    The United States Military Academy is among the world’s leading higher learning institution (undergraduate only) but it does not rank itself against other big names like Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc. The selection process is rigorous and thorough. In order to apply, a candidate must be a US citizen, get endorsed by his/her state senator and be interviewed in person, which the candidate is judged in all aspects. The academy does not necessary care if a candidate maxed out the SAT and/or is at the top of his/her class. What the Academy looks for are well rounded young men and women with good moral character. He/she must possess the desire to selflessly serve as a commissioned officer in one of the four US military branches upon graduation. The institution motto is: Duty, Honor, Country.

    To give you an idea of how tough the selection is, I know of a person who got rejected twice and his father was a four star US Army General.

    So how on earth did you and I, as taxpayers, paid for Hun Manet’s education at our most sacred and prestigious institution? Well, each year the US government allows a certain number of foreigner to attend West Point. The foreign candidates are the sons and daughters of statemen, which the US has good relation with. Although Hun Sen was viewed as a “ruthless murderer” by many US lawmakers, the State Department down played the concerns. These foreign candidates receive all the special attentions needed from the school and are ensured success with quality tutoring.

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
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    [i]Originally posted by Menkos[/i]
    True. :) But wouldn’t he have flunked out, even with his dad’s money, if he couldn’t keep up?

    I don’t know. How did George W. Bush even get into Yale and acquire a Masters degree in Business when he was a D student in high school and could barely speak proper English? Me, thinks Daddy (Georgie Senior) had something to do with it…

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    [Message last modified 01-07-2011 04:22am by eudaimonia]

  • #1619758
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    Lolz. I like what you are saying. Hehe

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. But maybe this bad seed will be a lesser evil.

  • #1619759
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    I have hope in this guy …. and maybe, just maybe, Cambodia can finally have a decent leader. For now, hope is all we got.

  • #1619760
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    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

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  • #1619761
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    me too.

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

  • #1619762
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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

    I think that’s how most Americans vote for their representatives, based on looks not credentials

  • #1619763
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    Hun Manet got the look and the credentials. There nothing wrong, the guy came from West point. You would not see anyone that’s like him.

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

    I think that’s how most Americans vote for their representatives, based on looks not credentials [/quote]

  • #1619764
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    George W. Bush attended Yale and Ted Kaczynski aka the uni bomber attended Harvard…

    btw if Hun Manet was the son of an ordinary man, he would have a better chance getting into a ivy league like Yale or Harvard but West Point, absolutely not. You have to give Hun Sen that credit not his son.

    And just because you attended a prestigious school does not mean anything. What exactly has Hun Manet done to deserve to be the next leader of Cambodia except be Hun Sen’s son?

    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Hun Manet got the look and the credentials. There nothing wrong, the guy came from West point. You would not see anyone that’s like him.
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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

    I think that’s how most Americans vote for their representatives, based on looks not credentials [/quote]
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  • #1619765
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    ^ but this is Cambodia. you can not compare to the US. Plus, the citizen of Cambodia likes Hun Sen.

  • #1619769
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    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

    .

    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    George W. Bush attended Yale and Ted Kaczynski aka the uni bomber attended Harvard…

    btw if Hun Manet was the son of an ordinary man, he would have a better chance getting into a ivy league like Yale or Harvard but West Point, absolutely not. You have to give Hun Sen that credit not his son.

    And just because you attended a prestigious school does not mean anything. What exactly has Hun Manet done to deserve to be the next leader of Cambodia except be Hun Sen’s son?

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    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Hun Manet got the look and the credentials. There nothing wrong, the guy came from West point. You would not see anyone that’s like him.
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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

    I think that’s how most Americans vote for their representatives, based on looks not credentials [/quote]
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    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 03:24pm by Kadin]

    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 03:25pm by Kadin]

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  • #1619768
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    to you, he does.

    I never got to look at Pol Pot before I knew about the Khmer rouge.

    Therefore, he has never looked “decent” to me.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyy…[b]Pol Pot look decent from the outsides [/b]too but evil inside hehe…don’t judge by the looks just yet. he might be more evil than his father Hun Sen

    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 03:24pm by Kadin]

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  • #1619766
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    Pol Pot classmate said the same thing. He was really a nice guy.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    seriously, Pol Pot does look like a really nice decent person from the outside but on the inside mannn that guy killed millions of Cambodian. I hope Hun Manet is not going to be like that

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    to you, he does.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyy…[b]Pol Pot look decent from the outsides [/b]too but evil inside hehe…don’t judge by the looks just yet. he might be more evil than his father Hun Sen

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  • #1619767
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    It is not his father who decides whether the son can inherit the throne or not. It is someone else.

  • #1619770
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    Guess what?
    I would choose Hun Sen over Abhisit any days to be the Prime Minister of my country.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyyyyy…Saddam Hun Sen look nice decent persons too from the outside but on the inside mannnnn that guy is pure evil just like Pol Pot

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    [i]Originally posted by leang_grel[/i]

    Pol Pot classmate said the same thing. He was really a nice guy.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    seriously, Pol Pot does look like a really nice decent person from the outside but on the inside mannn that guy killed millions of Cambodian. I hope Hun Manet is not going to be like that

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    to you, he does.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyy…[b]Pol Pot look decent from the outsides [/b]too but evil inside hehe…don’t judge by the looks just yet. he might be more evil than his father Hun Sen

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    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 03:29pm by Kadin]

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  • #1619771
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    Why are being silly, niceguy. At least Hun Sen can still run the county. Even u don’t like it, u don’t live in Cambodia anyway.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]

    I would choose Hun Sen over Abhisit any days to be the Prime Minister of my country.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyyyyy…Saddam Hun Sen look nice decent persons too from the outside but on the inside mannnnn that guy is pure evil just like Pol Pot

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    [i]Originally posted by leang_grel[/i]

    Pol Pot classmate said the same thing. He was really a nice guy.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    seriously, Pol Pot does look like a really nice decent person from the outside but on the inside mannn that guy killed millions of Cambodian. I hope Hun Manet is not going to be like that

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    to you, he does.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyy…[b]Pol Pot look decent from the outsides [/b]too but evil inside hehe…don’t judge by the looks just yet. he might be more evil than his father Hun Sen

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  • #1619772
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    He was a cadet.
    There are KR cadets living in Long Beach.
    There are a lot more living in Cambodia and around the world.

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    Hun Sen is not an ideal leader.
    But for the time being, he’s good for Cambodia.
    Thanks to Thailand and Abisit, Hun Sen has gained popularity in Cambodia.
    Like Icyfresh mentioned earlier in this thread, “the citizens of Cambodia like Hun Sen”.

    .
    PS: yes, I am also a citizen of Cambodia.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 03:56pm by Kadin]

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  • #1619773
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    no. he doesn’t. the military that control “Abhisit” does the dirty work for him.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    Good for you, Kadin. at least Khun Abhisit doesn’t create a rule to put people in jail for making freedom of expression and forcibly evicted people for their land hehe

    but I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

    បានចូលសាលា មានសញ្ញាប្រ័ត មិន ប្រាកដថាមានសមត្ថភាពក្នុងកិច្ចការ នោះទេ
  • #1619774
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    Can you start another thread about Hun Sen?
    This one is about Hun manet.

    thanks.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    Yes, Cambodian should thanks Saddam Hun Sen for developing the country. but his communist rule doesn’t apply to any of the international rule which putting the country backward which you can see it until now where people get jailed for trying to get their lands back and the new panel code that’s in effect in Cambodia last month also put the opposition at risk too hehe

    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 04:03pm by Kadin]

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  • #1619775
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    Niceguy, seriously stick to ur call of duty like me. Don’t act like u know everything.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    C’mon, at least the old senile man Prem is not cruel like Saddam Hun Sen lol

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    no. he doesn’t. the military that control “Abhisit” does the dirty work for him.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    Good for you, Kadin. at least Khun Abhisit doesn’t create a rule to put people in jail for making freedom of expression and forcibly evicted people for their land hehe

    but I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

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  • #1619776
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    Backward? Have you gone to Cambodia, my friend? It’s moving forward. You have no idea. Let Hun Manet Takes his dad’s place. But again, itnot up to his dad and that’s sad.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    Yes, Cambodian should thanks Saddam Hun Sen for developing the country. but his communist rule doesn’t apply to any of the international rule which putting the country backward which you can see it until now where people get jailed for trying to get their lands back and the new panel code that’s in effect in Cambodia last month also put the opposition at risk too hehe

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    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Why are being silly, niceguy. At least Hun Sen can still run the county. Even u don’t like it, u don’t live in Cambodia anyway.
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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]

    I would choose Hun Sen over Abhisit any days to be the Prime Minister of my country.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyyyyy…Saddam Hun Sen look nice decent persons too from the outside but on the inside mannnnn that guy is pure evil just like Pol Pot

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    [i]Originally posted by leang_grel[/i]

    Pol Pot classmate said the same thing. He was really a nice guy.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    seriously, Pol Pot does look like a really nice decent person from the outside but on the inside mannn that guy killed millions of Cambodian. I hope Hun Manet is not going to be like that

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    to you, he does.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyy…[b]Pol Pot look decent from the outsides [/b]too but evil inside hehe…don’t judge by the looks just yet. he might be more evil than his father Hun Sen

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  • #1619777
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    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

    .

    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    George W. Bush attended Yale and Ted Kaczynski aka the uni bomber attended Harvard…

    btw if Hun Manet was the son of an ordinary man, he would have a better chance getting into a ivy league like Yale or Harvard but West Point, absolutely not. You have to give Hun Sen that credit not his son.

    And just because you attended a prestigious school does not mean anything. What exactly has Hun Manet done to deserve to be the next leader of Cambodia except be Hun Sen’s son?

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    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Hun Manet got the look and the credentials. There nothing wrong, the guy came from West point. You would not see anyone that’s like him.
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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Hun Manet looks like a decent person.

    I’d support him.

    I think that’s how most Americans vote for their representatives, based on looks not credentials [/quote]
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    [Message last modified 01-10-2011 03:24pm by Kadin]

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  • #1619778
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    I have never heard any of my relatives or family friends from Cambodia praise the rule of Hun Sen. They lead their lives quietly in fear of what the government would do to them should they speak out against any injustice. You know why? Because Freedom of Speech in Cambodia is a joke. People there are either too ignorant and have become complacent or fearful of the consequences of criticizing the government. Hun Sen offers temporal stability to the chaos and madness. He is strictly about survival not prosperity of the country. It’s a total load of B.S for anyone to say that his dictatorship should continue with his son and his son’s son.

  • #1619779
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    Ooohh.. So you major in history? I never knew that.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    i’ve learn a little history about Hun Sen and know some facts about him so i decided to share with you the truth from the young gods mouth hehe…icy you got to know like the rest of the world know about Hun Sen evil activities in Cambodia who came into power by force and the US & EU did punish him for that. he also has a long history of muzzled his opponent mouth shut and try to get all of his opposition lock up in jail like Hitler does

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    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Niceguy, seriously stick to ur call of duty like me. Don’t act like u know everything.
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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    C’mon, at least the old senile man Prem is not cruel like Saddam Hun Sen lol

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    no. he doesn’t. the military that control “Abhisit” does the dirty work for him.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    Good for you, Kadin. at least Khun Abhisit doesn’t create a rule to put people in jail for making freedom of expression and forcibly evicted people for their land hehe

    but I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

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  • #1619780
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    icyfresh
    Participant

    You can say all you want cuz you are not from Cambodia and you don’t live there. I believe Hun Manet can brings peace back.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    of course, it’s moving backward under those communist rules…i don’t think it’s moving forward when you have a regime who forcibly evicted a poor people out of their land and then sold it to a foreign country. isn’t that sound like Hun Sen is being a traitor to Cambodian people or not? to me, YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the evicted victim is crying for help by trying to get the government to get their lands back but they did not help them, instead they threaten them, some go to jail. i feel very sorry for them. stay tune for more report from Phil Robertson hehe

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    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Backward? Have you gone to Cambodia, my friend? It’s moving forward. You have no idea. Let Hun Manet Takes his dad’s place. But again, itnot up to his dad and that’s sad.
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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    Yes, Cambodian should thanks Saddam Hun Sen for developing the country. but his communist rule doesn’t apply to any of the international rule which putting the country backward which you can see it until now where people get jailed for trying to get their lands back and the new panel code that’s in effect in Cambodia last month also put the opposition at risk too hehe

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    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Why are being silly, niceguy. At least Hun Sen can still run the county. Even u don’t like it, u don’t live in Cambodia anyway.
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    I just don’t get it why people selected the former Khmer Rogue cadet to run the country under his evil rules…shake heads at Kadin

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]

    I would choose Hun Sen over Abhisit any days to be the Prime Minister of my country.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyyyyy…Saddam Hun Sen look nice decent persons too from the outside but on the inside mannnnn that guy is pure evil just like Pol Pot

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    [i]Originally posted by leang_grel[/i]

    Pol Pot classmate said the same thing. He was really a nice guy.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    seriously, Pol Pot does look like a really nice decent person from the outside but on the inside mannn that guy killed millions of Cambodian. I hope Hun Manet is not going to be like that

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    to you, he does.

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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    heyyyyy…[b]Pol Pot look decent from the outsides [/b]too but evil inside hehe…don’t judge by the looks just yet. he might be more evil than his father Hun Sen

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  • #1619781
    Profile photo of Kadin
    Kadin
    Participant

    Can I mention that he earned his PhD in economics at Britain’s University of Bristol?
    He probably bought that degree too, eh?

    “Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?”
    He didn’t “earn” it if it was bought.

    To answer your question, no. Just because he “earned” a degree does not make him a fit leader.
    We all went to school and earned our degree. We do not get to be a manager, supervisor. or executive unless we have the degree AND many years of experience.

    Whether Hun Manet wants to be a Cambodia PM or not, he’s not going to become one anytime soon. The guy is only 33 years old.
    also, “In the future, I don’t allow him to replace me as prime minister. I want him to do some charity work for his parents,” – Hun Sen

    At one point, Hun Sen did not want Hun Manet to enter politic.
    I don’t know what else he’s done other than charity works.
    So,needs to work on his resume.

    what i know is I haven’t come across anything negative about him personally.

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

    .

    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

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  • #1619782
    Profile photo of RoyalOrient
    RoyalOrient
    Participant

    That’s nice of him. A PhD to add to his excellent credentials. He must make daddy real proud.

    Can I mention that George W. Bush “earned” a Masters in Economics from Harvard. From what is reported in the free press (without repercussion) is that he coasted through his elite education without so much as opening a book.

    Oh and there is this thing called media monopoly. I mean if my sister was the head of Bayon Television and Radio, I don’t think much bad press is going to leak…if any. Make sense?

    You also have to be VERY naive to think that Hun Sen is going to have his son do charity work and not dabble in politics. That investment at West Point wasn’t just to be his top huncho in security. Most of the elite power families in Cambodia are going to have their offspring continue to suck Cambodia dry.

    Want some insight, read Khmer Riche:Making a Killing in Cambodia

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7023700.ece

    http://sokheounpang.wordpress.com/2009/12/20/khmer-riche-the-rich-children-of-the-khmer-elite/

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Can I mention that he earned his PhD in economics at Britain’s University of Bristol?
    He probably bought that degree too, eh?

    “Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?”
    He didn’t “earn” it if it was bought.

    To answer your question, no. Just because he “earned” a degree does not make him a fit leader.
    We all went to school and earned our degree. We do not get to be a manager, supervisor. or executive unless we have the degree AND many years of experience.

    Whether Hun Manet wants to be a Cambodia PM or not, he’s not going to become one anytime soon. The guy is only 33 years old.
    also,[i] “In the future, I don’t allow him to replace me as prime minister. I want him to do some charity work for his parents,” – Hun Sen[/i]

    At one point, Hun Sen did not want Hun Manet to enter politic.
    I don’t know what else he’s done other than charity works.
    So,needs to work on his resume.

    what i know is I haven’t come across anything negative about him personally.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

    .

    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

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  • #1619783
    Profile photo of Darony
    Darony
    Participant

    uh oh, I see another KC WWIII coming! Admin, please lock this thread b4 missiles explode..*run for cover* …lol

  • #1619784

    AhSaren
    Participant

    I see a lot of passion here. Gotta love politic. I know very little of khmer politic so i’m reading what the experts have to say.

  • #1619785
    Profile photo of Kadin
    Kadin
    Participant

    Does his sister have control over the international media offline and online? Even Mu Sochua(sp) said he’s qualified. I see a glimpse of “unity”.

    I don’t want to believe that Hun Sen doesn’t want Hun Manet to get involved in politic.

    Did you support George W. Bush?
    I think you did.

    I have always thought he was a nut case.

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    That’s nice of him. A PhD to add to his excellent credentials. He must make daddy real proud.

    Can I mention that George W. Bush “earned” a Masters in Economics from Harvard. From what is reported in the free press (without repercussion) is that he coasted through his elite education without so much as opening a book.

    Oh and there is this thing called media monopoly. I mean if my sister was the head of Bayon Television and Radio, I don’t think much bad press is going to leak…if any. Make sense?

    You also have to be VERY naive to think that Hun Sen is going to have his son do charity work and not dabble in politics. That investment at West Point wasn’t just to be his top huncho in security. Most of the elite power families in Cambodia are going to have their offspring continue to suck Cambodia dry.

    Want some insight, read Khmer Riche:Making a Killing in Cambodia

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7023700.ece

    http://sokheounpang.wordpress.com/2009/12/20/khmer-riche-the-rich-children-of-the-khmer-elite/

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Can I mention that he earned his PhD in economics at Britain’s University of Bristol?
    He probably bought that degree too, eh?

    “Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?”
    He didn’t “earn” it if it was bought.

    To answer your question, no. Just because he “earned” a degree does not make him a fit leader.
    We all went to school and earned our degree. We do not get to be a manager, supervisor. or executive unless we have the degree AND many years of experience.

    Whether Hun Manet wants to be a Cambodia PM or not, he’s not going to become one anytime soon. The guy is only 33 years old.
    also,[i] “In the future, I don’t allow him to replace me as prime minister. I want him to do some charity work for his parents,” – Hun Sen[/i]

    At one point, Hun Sen did not want Hun Manet to enter politic.
    I don’t know what else he’s done other than charity works.
    So,needs to work on his resume.

    what i know is I haven’t come across anything negative about him personally.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

    .

    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

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  • #1619786
    Profile photo of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    I dont think Hun Manet going to follow his Dad’s Rule at all…I have a strongly believe that he ables to solve a country’s problem in sonner or later!!!!

    We’ll see what going on next!!!!!!!Good luck my beloved Khmers……….

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    nothing serious are personal it’s just a debate about politic that’s all. no need to locked

    let the lock-heed proceed on with warhead filled with phosphorous substances firing from their mouth…exploded in their center mouth-piece BOOM…the cloud when up in mushroom

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    [i]Originally posted by Darony[/i]
    uh oh, I see another KC WWIII coming! Admin, please lock this thread b4 missiles explode..*run for cover* …lol

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  • #1619787
    Profile photo of hoja
    hoja
    Participant

    Only Sam Rainsy did not buy his degree/PHD. He even earns his mileage fair and square. When thing get tough, the tough get running.

  • #1619788
    Profile photo of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    Yeah!!! You’re so right on that, cuz his Dad is so pretty damn loser inside his head, his brain doesnt works well, event his left eye was ruined by the piece of glass. Thats why making him to become a mentality….
    For Hun Manet is completely difference idea to his Brutal Dad’s. Hun Manet doesnt want to provoke a war to the neighbors at all, he just wants to be peace and dignity. He’s decendence person to me…

    God blesses him…………

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    i know i’m not from Cambodia but i’m hoping Hun Manet will respect the Human Right and bring democracy to his people who love freedom. he must not be like his dad like today clinging on to power trying to kick the UN staff out the country and repatriate refugee back to their country to face jail sentence or might even death penalty in exchanging for military aid and money. Hun Sen got to go

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    I dont think Hun Manet going to follow his Dad’s Rule at all…I have a strongly believe that he ables to solve a country’s problem in sonner or later!!!!

    We’ll see what going on next!!!!!!!Good luck my beloved Khmers……….
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    nothing serious are personal it’s just a debate about politic that’s all. no need to locked

    let the lock-heed proceed on with warhead filled with phosphorous substances firing from their mouth…exploded in their center mouth-piece BOOM…the cloud when up in mushroom

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    [i]Originally posted by Darony[/i]
    uh oh, I see another KC WWIII coming! Admin, please lock this thread b4 missiles explode..*run for cover* …lol

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  • #1619789
    Profile photo of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    At lease Lok Sam Rainsy is better than a Damn Hun Sen, Cuz he doesnt sale the lands to the Foreigners and let the door open to allow alll illegal Youns to enter in Cambodia.

    Do you know how many innocent Khmers execute by the Damn Hun Sen….???

    [i]Originally posted by hoja[/i]
    Only Sam Rainsy did not buy his degree/PHD. He even earns his mileage fair and square. When thing get tough, the tough get running.

  • #1619790
    Profile photo of hoja
    hoja
    Participant

    Better… what a quack up to be. Your boss so excited to burry his head under his pillow in Franch, just like you. Barking on internet like a full moon.

    Is it full moon yet?

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    At lease Lok Sam Rainsy is better than a Damn Hun Sen, Cuz he doesnt sale the lands to the Foreigners and let the door open to allow alll illegal Youns to enter in Cambodia.

    Do you know how many innocent Khmers execute by the Damn Hun Sen….???
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    [i]Originally posted by hoja[/i]
    Only Sam Rainsy did not buy his degree/PHD. He even earns his mileage fair and square. When thing get tough, the tough get running.

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  • #1619791
    Profile photo of icyfresh
    icyfresh
    Participant

    A PhD from Cambodia meaning nothing haha.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    At lease Lok Sam Rainsy is better than a Damn Hun Sen, Cuz he doesnt sale the lands to the Foreigners and let the door open to allow alll illegal Youns to enter in Cambodia.

    Do you know how many innocent Khmers execute by the Damn Hun Sen….???
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    [i]Originally posted by hoja[/i]
    Only Sam Rainsy did not buy his degree/PHD. He even earns his mileage fair and square. When thing get tough, the tough get running.

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  • #1619792
    Profile photo of RoyalOrient
    RoyalOrient
    Participant

    Does it sound like I support George Bush? If I did than I’d also support Hun Manet.

    After all they both come from powerful families, hold fancy degrees, have no solid credentials and have Daddy to thank for everything.

    You support Hun Sen…just as nutty as I recall.

    I want to know what makes Hun Manet qualified to be the next person to lead Cambodia in the right direction. He is his father’s son so what makes you think he will be any different? And please don’t tell me it’s his degree and his “charity” work. That charity work is a drop in a bucket compared to the ravage wreckage his father, Hun Sen has wreaked on the impoverished people of Cambodia.

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Does his sister have control over the international media offline and online? Even Mu Sochua(sp) said he’s qualified. I see a glimpse of “unity”.

    I don’t want to believe that Hun Sen doesn’t want Hun Manet to get involved in politic.

    Did you support George W. Bush?
    I think you did.

    I have always thought he was a nut case.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    That’s nice of him. A PhD to add to his excellent credentials. He must make daddy real proud.

    Can I mention that George W. Bush “earned” a Masters in Economics from Harvard. From what is reported in the free press (without repercussion) is that he coasted through his elite education without so much as opening a book.

    Oh and there is this thing called media monopoly. I mean if my sister was the head of Bayon Television and Radio, I don’t think much bad press is going to leak…if any. Make sense?

    You also have to be VERY naive to think that Hun Sen is going to have his son do charity work and not dabble in politics. That investment at West Point wasn’t just to be his top huncho in security. Most of the elite power families in Cambodia are going to have their offspring continue to suck Cambodia dry.

    Want some insight, read Khmer Riche:Making a Killing in Cambodia

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7023700.ece

    http://sokheounpang.wordpress.com/2009/12/20/khmer-riche-the-rich-children-of-the-khmer-elite/

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Can I mention that he earned his PhD in economics at Britain’s University of Bristol?
    He probably bought that degree too, eh?

    “Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?”
    He didn’t “earn” it if it was bought.

    To answer your question, no. Just because he “earned” a degree does not make him a fit leader.
    We all went to school and earned our degree. We do not get to be a manager, supervisor. or executive unless we have the degree AND many years of experience.

    Whether Hun Manet wants to be a Cambodia PM or not, he’s not going to become one anytime soon. The guy is only 33 years old.
    also,[i] “In the future, I don’t allow him to replace me as prime minister. I want him to do some charity work for his parents,” – Hun Sen[/i]

    At one point, Hun Sen did not want Hun Manet to enter politic.
    I don’t know what else he’s done other than charity works.
    So,needs to work on his resume.

    what i know is I haven’t come across anything negative about him personally.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

    .

    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

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  • #1619793
    Profile photo of Kadin
    Kadin
    Participant

    Thanks for answering my question.

    I do support Hun Sen but not as nutty as you’d recalled.
    Anyone who read many of my comments about Hun Sen would know what I repeatedly said about him.
    To me, “he is NOT an ideal leader for Cambodia”.
    But, for the time being, out of the people who had run for PM, Hun Sen is the one I’d pick.

    Like I mentioned in my previous post, Hun Manet is still young.
    He needs experience. He has many more years to prove himself.
    He has good educational background AND does not have bad reputation.
    I do see the potential in him.
    in short, I would not rule him out as being one of Cambodia great future leaders.

    .

    PS: Not every child is a carbon copy of their parents.

    .

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Does it sound like I support George Bush? If I did than I’d also support Hun Manet.

    After all they both come from powerful families, hold fancy degrees, have no solid credentials and have Daddy to thank for everything.

    You support Hun Sen…just as nutty as I recall.

    I want to know what makes Hun Manet qualified to be the next person to lead Cambodia in the right direction. He is his father’s son so what makes you think he will be any different? And please don’t tell me it’s his degree and his “charity” work. That charity work is a drop in a bucket compared to the ravage wreckage his father, Hun Sen has wreaked on the impoverished people of Cambodia.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Does his sister have control over the international media offline and online? Even Mu Sochua(sp) said he’s qualified. I see a glimpse of “unity”.

    I don’t want to believe that Hun Sen doesn’t want Hun Manet to get involved in politic.

    Did you support George W. Bush?
    I think you did.

    I have always thought he was a nut case.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    That’s nice of him. A PhD to add to his excellent credentials. He must make daddy real proud.

    Can I mention that George W. Bush “earned” a Masters in Economics from Harvard. From what is reported in the free press (without repercussion) is that he coasted through his elite education without so much as opening a book.

    Oh and there is this thing called media monopoly. I mean if my sister was the head of Bayon Television and Radio, I don’t think much bad press is going to leak…if any. Make sense?

    You also have to be VERY naive to think that Hun Sen is going to have his son do charity work and not dabble in politics. That investment at West Point wasn’t just to be his top huncho in security. Most of the elite power families in Cambodia are going to have their offspring continue to suck Cambodia dry.

    Want some insight, read Khmer Riche:Making a Killing in Cambodia

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7023700.ece

    http://sokheounpang.wordpress.com/2009/12/20/khmer-riche-the-rich-children-of-the-khmer-elite/

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Can I mention that he earned his PhD in economics at Britain’s University of Bristol?
    He probably bought that degree too, eh?

    “Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?”
    He didn’t “earn” it if it was bought.

    To answer your question, no. Just because he “earned” a degree does not make him a fit leader.
    We all went to school and earned our degree. We do not get to be a manager, supervisor. or executive unless we have the degree AND many years of experience.

    Whether Hun Manet wants to be a Cambodia PM or not, he’s not going to become one anytime soon. The guy is only 33 years old.
    also,[i] “In the future, I don’t allow him to replace me as prime minister. I want him to do some charity work for his parents,” – Hun Sen[/i]

    At one point, Hun Sen did not want Hun Manet to enter politic.
    I don’t know what else he’s done other than charity works.
    So,needs to work on his resume.

    what i know is I haven’t come across anything negative about him personally.

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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

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    Also, “look”, it doesn’t refer to the “physical” appearance alone.

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  • #1619794
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    I totally agree with you on all points from Hun Sen to Hun Manet. I couldn’t put it better myself.

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Thanks for answering my question.

    I do support Hun Sen but not as nutty as you’d recalled.
    Anyone who read many of my comments about Hun Sen would know what I repeatedly said about him.
    To me, “he is NOT an ideal leader for Cambodia”.
    But, for the time being, out of the people who had run for PM, Hun Sen is the one I’d pick.

    Like I mentioned in my previous post, Hun Manet is still young.
    He needs experience. He has many more years to prove himself.
    He has good educational background AND does not have bad reputation.
    I do see the potential in him.
    in short, I would not rule him out as being one of Cambodia great future leaders.

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    PS: Not every child is a carbon copy of their parents.

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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Does it sound like I support George Bush? If I did than I’d also support Hun Manet.

    After all they both come from powerful families, hold fancy degrees, have no solid credentials and have Daddy to thank for everything.

    You support Hun Sen…just as nutty as I recall.

    I want to know what makes Hun Manet qualified to be the next person to lead Cambodia in the right direction. He is his father’s son so what makes you think he will be any different? And please don’t tell me it’s his degree and his “charity” work. That charity work is a drop in a bucket compared to the ravage wreckage his father, Hun Sen has wreaked on the impoverished people of Cambodia.

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Does his sister have control over the international media offline and online? Even Mu Sochua(sp) said he’s qualified. I see a glimpse of “unity”.

    I don’t want to believe that Hun Sen doesn’t want Hun Manet to get involved in politic.

    Did you support George W. Bush?
    I think you did.

    I have always thought he was a nut case.

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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    That’s nice of him. A PhD to add to his excellent credentials. He must make daddy real proud.

    Can I mention that George W. Bush “earned” a Masters in Economics from Harvard. From what is reported in the free press (without repercussion) is that he coasted through his elite education without so much as opening a book.

    Oh and there is this thing called media monopoly. I mean if my sister was the head of Bayon Television and Radio, I don’t think much bad press is going to leak…if any. Make sense?

    You also have to be VERY naive to think that Hun Sen is going to have his son do charity work and not dabble in politics. That investment at West Point wasn’t just to be his top huncho in security. Most of the elite power families in Cambodia are going to have their offspring continue to suck Cambodia dry.

    Want some insight, read Khmer Riche:Making a Killing in Cambodia

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article7023700.ece

    http://sokheounpang.wordpress.com/2009/12/20/khmer-riche-the-rich-children-of-the-khmer-elite/

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Can I mention that he earned his PhD in economics at Britain’s University of Bristol?
    He probably bought that degree too, eh?

    “Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?”
    He didn’t “earn” it if it was bought.

    To answer your question, no. Just because he “earned” a degree does not make him a fit leader.
    We all went to school and earned our degree. We do not get to be a manager, supervisor. or executive unless we have the degree AND many years of experience.

    Whether Hun Manet wants to be a Cambodia PM or not, he’s not going to become one anytime soon. The guy is only 33 years old.
    also,[i] “In the future, I don’t allow him to replace me as prime minister. I want him to do some charity work for his parents,” – Hun Sen[/i]

    At one point, Hun Sen did not want Hun Manet to enter politic.
    I don’t know what else he’s done other than charity works.
    So,needs to work on his resume.

    what i know is I haven’t come across anything negative about him personally.

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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Tell me what credentials does Hun Manet have? And don’t say a degree from West Point because we all know he didn’t get into that school based on merit but the fact that his father is Hun Sen. It’s also no secret that with enough money and influence, you can simply buy a degree.

    What does Hun Manet have to be the next leader of Cambodia? Or are you fine with another dictator and dynasty rather than a real democracy? Will Hun Sen and his off springs be the absolute rule over Cambodia forever?

    Does earning a degree make him a fit leader?

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    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    I didn’t vote for Bush, did you?
    I didn’t vote for Obama either, did you?

    Would you vote for Sam Rainsey? I would never vote for the guy.
    To me, He doesnt look like a decent person.
    kmean om-noy tean.

    I agree with icyfresh. “Hun Manet got the look and the credentials.”

    Giving credit to Hun Sen is fine. He’s Hun Manet’s father.
    Credit should also go to Hun Manet for his achievement.
    He earned it. Or did you think West Point just handed him his degree because he (or Hun Sen) paid for the tuition?

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  • #1619795
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    ^

    I believe it was a U.S. bomb that did that to his eye. When he was a KHMER ROUGE fighting the Lon Nol government.

  • #1619796
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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    from what i have heard from the source, during 1979 thru 1997 span the death toll reach a thousand+ in the hand of Hun Sen regime including a failed attempt assassination on his political rival Sam Rainsy. the US State Department also accused him for a variety of violence in Cambodia too.

    he’s a bad guy, no wonder why he has one eye lol

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    At lease Lok Sam Rainsy is better than a Damn Hun Sen, Cuz he doesnt sale the lands to the Foreigners and let the door open to allow alll illegal Youns to enter in Cambodia.

    Do you know how many innocent Khmers execute by the Damn Hun Sen….???

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    Can’t say 2 much online here. Stuff happened in 1997 and my fam was there.

  • #1619797
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    Oh, you think that funny? How about Thai King, one of his eyes not perfect.

    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    LOL,,,yeah, what happen to his left eye? did someone gouge out his eye ball?

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Yeah!!! You’re so right on that, cuz his Dad is so pretty damn loser inside his head, his brain doesnt works well, event his left eye was ruined by the piece of glass. Thats why making him to become a mentality….
    For Hun Manet is completely difference idea to his Brutal Dad’s. Hun Manet doesnt want to provoke a war to the neighbors at all, he just wants to be peace and dignity. He’s decendence person to me…

    God blesses him…………
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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    i know i’m not from Cambodia but i’m hoping Hun Manet will respect the Human Right and bring democracy to his people who love freedom. he must not be like his dad like today clinging on to power trying to kick the UN staff out the country and repatriate refugee back to their country to face jail sentence or might even death penalty in exchanging for military aid and money. Hun Sen got to go

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    I dont think Hun Manet going to follow his Dad’s Rule at all…I have a strongly believe that he ables to solve a country’s problem in sonner or later!!!!

    We’ll see what going on next!!!!!!!Good luck my beloved Khmers……….
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    [i]Originally posted by MrNiceGuy[/i]
    nothing serious are personal it’s just a debate about politic that’s all. no need to locked

    let the lock-heed proceed on with warhead filled with phosphorous substances firing from their mouth…exploded in their center mouth-piece BOOM…the cloud when up in mushroom

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    [i]Originally posted by Darony[/i]
    uh oh, I see another KC WWIII coming! Admin, please lock this thread b4 missiles explode..*run for cover* …lol

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  • #1619798
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    We are sounding like North Korean, hoping for a better country through a son successor, hey Manet, why don’t you send barrages of artilleries towards Thailand and cause a panic in South East Asia hehehe

    [i]Originally posted by Kadin[/i]
    Is there hope for a better Cambodia if he becomes his father’s (Hun Sen) successor?

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    [b]PM’s Son Faces Reform Challenge[/b]
    2011-01-04

    Following his two-star general appointment, critics pressure Hun Sen’s son to clean up Cambodia’s military image.

    Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has made his fast-rising son a two-star general amid pressure to reform the country’s tainted military.

    Hun Manet, a West Point graduate with a doctorate in economics, was appointed deputy infantry commander-in-chief in the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF).

    He currently serves as chief of his father’s bodyguard unit as well as head of the anti-terrorist unit at Cambodia’s Ministry of Defense.

    the article: http://www.rfa.org/english/news/cambodia/promotion-01042011160213.html

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  • #1619800
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    Apparently, Hun Sen’s investment in his son’s education, which was initially paid for by American taxpayers, is paying dividends. And wether he truly earned his advance degrees or not is anyone’s guess.

    When I read this story, Saddam and other third world dictators’ names come to mind since those guys trust only their blood to be in charged of their personal security. Hun Sen himself had spoken out against nepotism and yet his son, who is only in his early 30s, has rapidly risen to the rank of General and holds two posts.

    It doesn’t take a genius to see that Hun Sen has been grooming his son for succession. Manet has been doing a lot of charities for the family’s name with money tainted by the blood of the weak and poor people of Cambodia.

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  • #1619799
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    The Daddy assassinated the people and the Son does charity to help the poor and homeless people….So!!!??

    How do we calculate to those numbers?????

    Assassination – Charity = what?????

    I think thats just a game for all Dictators only!!!!

    [Message last modified 01-13-2011 08:09pm by KomLostBong]