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  • #1619792
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    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.

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

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    #1619793
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    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.

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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?

    .

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

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    [Message last modified 01-12-2011 01:25pm by Kadin]

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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.

    .

    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?

    .

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

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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….???

    [Message last modified 01-12-2011 07:25pm by MrNiceGuy][/quote]

    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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    Don't even say a word.
    #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

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

    #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.

    [Message last modified 01-13-2011 08:31pm by eudaimonia]

    #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]

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