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  • #333607
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    Hilary looks like an Apsara. She probably loved the Apsara very much after seeing Angkor.

    If I am not wrong again, Hilary will be a Cambodia’s very good friend.

    An Apsara is a female Devata.

    http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90777/90851/7184136.html

    http://www.daylife.com/photo/03GE7dz0tWbrh?q=Phnom+Penh

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    God:

    I was basically a sicentific technologist and a Buddhist. My background did not have much to deal with God.

    I however was told repeatedly that God was my father.

    Among Borameys that told me, Preah Beida Mokot Pich/ Preah Moha Prum, who came back for a project from heaven #56, really made me decided to dare talking to Him.

    After all, I wanted to talk to my God(my parent) who was my first generation ancestor.

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    #333618
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    The day I asked to meet God, I was told to wait till the next day.

    God needed to appear first before any other Borameys.

    I also had to prepare a special offering and session too.

    #333639
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    Many Borameys liked vines, raisin based liquors, beers… with fried or steamed chicken or so.

    As they were my guests, I did not mind offering their favorites while I did not consume any of the liquors.

    For God though, I was told to offer Sla, Malou, Kabor and tobacco. These are what old style Cambodian elderly chew for snack or …

    In addition, I got young coconut juice and bottled water.

    #333649
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    If any of you wonders why I did not have much to deal with God earlier, let me tell you that what I have done in this life was planned and guided along with divine protection all along.

    God apparently planned to have me educated well enough in sciences and technologies and Buddhism probably to deal with comfortability with today’s state of-the-art brains.

    If I were to go straight to Christian school and became a pastor for instance, I would not have present comfort and versatile understanding as I do now.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    God:

    I was basically a sicentific technologist and a Buddhist. My background did not have much to deal with God.

    I however was told repeatedly that God was my father.

    Among Borameys that told me, Preah Beida Mokot Pich/ Preah Moha Prum, who came back for a project from heaven #56, really made me decided to dare talking to Him.

    After all, I wanted to talk to my God(my parent) who was my first generation ancestor.

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    [Message last modified 11-05-2010 12:24am by veayoo]

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    I was one of the “well” educated in Cambodia in my generation. I was among the few lucky seouls to go to college there prior to the French and US education.

    With the above education and Buddhist practices, I never heard of my God parent names: Preah Beida Tep Ek and Preah Karl.

    I heard of their names only after I started digging into the Khmer Brahmanism secret world.

    It appears like western education, Khmer Buddhism along with very repressive governments in centuries have contributed a lot in putting my God/ parent names further in invible format.

    Western education has plainly labeled belief in God and other religions as just superstition, not worthy matters.

    Buddhism scholar tendencies were to deny belief in God and to concentrate mainly on the philosophy part of recognizing suffering, its cause and way to escape it.

    When kings and heads of the country get sold to Buddhism, any other belief gets to be behind a wall or underground somewhere, and not in the open.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    If any of you wonders why I did not have much to deal with God earlier, let me tell you that what I have done in this life was planned and guided along with divine protection all along.

    God apparently planned to have me educated well enough in sciences and technologies and Buddhism probably to deal with comfortability with today’s state of-the-art brains.

    If I were to go straight to Christian school and became a pastor for instance, I would not have present comfort and versatile understanding as I do now.

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    God:

    I was basically a sicentific technologist and a Buddhist. My background did not have much to deal with God.

    I however was told repeatedly that God was my father.

    Among Borameys that told me, Preah Beida Mokot Pich/ Preah Moha Prum, who came back for a project from heaven #56, really made me decided to dare talking to Him.

    After all, I wanted to talk to my God(my parent) who was my first generation ancestor.

    ***

    [Message last modified 11-05-2010 12:24am by veayoo]

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    [Message last modified 11-07-2010 04:19pm by veayoo]

    #333671
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    Everything comes together to show that Divine Intervention is needed.

    “Kings from eight directions”, that is top leaders from every where, are geared to fight.

    The issue is not specifically Cambodian. It is of regional and world complication.

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    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21769

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    Washington-Tokyo Axis: U.S. Supports Japan, Confronts China And Russia Over Island Disputes

    by Rick Rozoff/ Global Research, November 4, 2010

    In a six-day span the U.S. State Department has bluntly affirmed unequivocal backing for Japanese territorial claims against both Russia and China, even invoking a defense treaty provision that could lead to direct military intervention and war with the world’s most populous nation.

    Beginning a 13-day, seven-nation tour of the Asia-Pacific region on October 27 in Hawaii, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and met with Admiral Robert Willard, head of U.S. Pacific Command – the largest overseas regional military command in the world – and held a joint press conference with new Japanese Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara in Honolulu.

    Clinton’s comments on the occasion underlined Washington’s increasingly assertive – and intrusive – role in East Asia and the Western Pacific Ocean. They included:

    “This year, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of our alliance, which was forged at the height of the Cold War. At the time, President Eisenhower described the indestructible partnership between our two countries, and time has proven him right. The world’s geopolitical landscape has shifted many times since then, but the partnership between the United States and Japan has endured….This alliance is the cornerstone of American strategic engagement in the Asia Pacific….. I’m grateful that we are the two largest contributors to reconstruction in Afghanistan.” [1]

    Responding to a question from the press corps on an East China Sea island chain contested by Japan and China – the Senkaku Islands in the Japanese designation and the Diaoyu Islands in the Chinese – near which a Chinese trawler collided with two Japanese coast guard ships on September 7, almost leading to an international incident, Clinton added that for the government she represents “the Senkakus fall within the scope of Article 5 of the 1960 U.S.-Japan Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security. This is part of the larger commitment that the United States has made to Japan’s security. We consider the Japanese-U.S. alliance one of the most important alliance partnerships we have anywhere in the world and we are committed to our obligations to protect the Japanese.” [2]

    Clinton’s raising Article 5 of the 1960 Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan, which states that “Each Party recognizes that an armed attack against either Party in the territories under the administration of Japan would be dangerous to its own peace and safety and declares that it would act to meet the common danger,” paralleled and followed by three months a similar attempt to intervene against China in the South China Sea.

    On July 23 Clinton spoke at the 17th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Forum in Hanoi, Vietnam, and alluding to disputes in the South China Sea between China and ASEAN member states Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and Brunei over the Spratly Islands and between China and Vietnam over the Paracel Islands, she maintained that “The United States, like every nation, has a national interest in freedom of navigation, open access to Asia’s maritime commons, and respect for international law in the South China Sea….We oppose the use or threat of force by any claimant.” [3] Clinton had the temerity to evoke the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which the U.S. has not ratified.

    Her allusion to the prospect of force being used is – could only be – a reference to China in the current context. In an indisputable attempt to take up cudgels in alleged defense of the ten members of ASEAN – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma) the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam – against what is being promoted by Washington as a common threat, China, Clinton delivered the opening salvo in what has since been an intensifying campaign to introduce the U.S. as not so much a mediator as a power broker and military guarantor in the Asia-Pacific region.

    An outside player whose main “negotiation” tools are U.S. Pacific Command and the world’s largest expeditionary naval force, the U.S. Seventh Fleet, with 50–60 warships, 350 aircraft and as many as 60,000 sailors and marines attached to it at any given time.

    In her comments in the Vietnamese capital on July 23 Clinton foreshadowed the renewed American emphasis on East Asia, in particular on isolating and confronting “outposts of tyranny” (her predecessor Condoleezza Rice’s term) Myanmar and North Korea and revivifying and expanding military alliances in the area. [4]

    “The day before, I was in Seoul, my third visit to Korea as Secretary. Together, Secretary Gates and I have sent the strong message that 60 years after the outbreak of the Korean War the U.S.-Korea alliance is strong….I’ve just completed two days of intensive consultations with my ASEAN colleagues and with the other partners who have come here to pursue a common endeavor: strengthening security, prosperity, and opportunity across Asia….[T]he Obama Administration is committed to broad, deep, and sustained engagement in Asia.” [5]

    The Pentagon demonstrated what America’s sustained engagement in Asia means starting two days after Clinton’s statements in Vietnam and every month since: With the Invincible Spirit military exercise in the Sea of Japan/East Sea starting on July 25. The first joint U.S.-Vietnamese military exercise – naval drills in the South China Sea – and the Ulchi Freedom Guardian military exercises in South Korea in August. Anti-submarine warfare maneuvers in the Yellow Sea near where China claims an exclusive economic zone in September. Confirmation late last month that naval exercises will be held in the near future in the Yellow Sea with the participation of the almost 100,000-ton nuclear-powered supercarrier USS George Washington, based in Yokosuka, Japan, which was deployed for the earlier Sea of Japan/East Sea and South China Sea exercises.

    During the same period, from late July until the present, U.S. Pacific Command and Central Command led multinational military exercises in the two countries aside from North Korea that border both Russia and China – Kazakhstan (Steppe Eagle) and Mongolia (Khaan Quest 2010) [6] – and in Cambodia (Angkor Sentinel) and the Philippines (Amphibious Landing Exercise 2011). [7] The U.S. also conducted this year’s Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC 2010) naval warfare exercises, the world’s largest, off Hawaii from June 23 to July 30.

    For all of Hillary Clinton’s talk of the use “soft power” to advance U.S. foreign policy objectives, Washington overwhelmingly depends on its (decidedly) hard power: Nuclear aircraft supercarrier strike groups, six regional navy fleets, advanced bombers and jet fighters, nuclear attack submarines and cruise missiles. When Clinton and other American officials pledge to support Japan in future conflicts with China – or Russia – they do not intend to limit themselves to the use of diplomatic niceties.

    The U.S.’s top diplomat will end her current Asia-Pacific trip, which includes stopovers in Hawaii, Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and Australia, on November 8 and in the interim will have strengthened her country’s position in the Asia-Pacific region on the civilian side, with her foreign policy partner Defense Secretary Robert Gates supplementing her efforts on the military one. Though on October 27 it was Clinton and not Gates who assured Japan that in the event of a repetition of last month’s Chinese-Japanese clash over the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands Washington would honor its military commitment to intervene.

    That is how Japanese Foreign Minister Maehara understood her statement at the time when he responded by saying:

    “There was a question about the Senkaku Islands and rare earth minerals [the shipment of which were stopped by China]. As I have been saying, Senkaku Islands, in terms of history and international law, are inherent territory of Japan and have – we have had (inaudible) control over the islands and will continue to do so. Today, Secretary Clinton repeated that the Senkaku Islands would fall within the scope of the application of Article 5 of the bilateral security treaty. That was very encouraging.” [8]

    Clinton had made the same pledge, to abide by Article 5 of the two nations’ military assistance treaty, to Maehara on September 23, and on October 11 U.S. Defense Secretary Gates and Japanese Defense Minister Toshimi Kitazawa agree “that their countries will jointly respond in line with a bilateral security pact toward stability in areas in the East China Sea covering the Senkaku Islands that came into the spotlight in disputes between Japan and China….” [9]

    At their recent Hawaiian press conference Clinton and Maehara also confirmed a common position against Iran and North Korea.

    As with the disputes over the Spratly and Paracel island chains in late July, Clinton also attempted to intrude the U.S. as a third party in the China-Japan conflict over the eight Senkaku/Diaoyu islands in a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in Hanoi on October 30, insisting the U.S. was “more than willing to host a trilateral [meeting] where we would bring Japan and China and their foreign ministers together to discuss a range of issues.” [10]

    Three days later Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ma Zhaoxu responded by stating: “I’d like to stress that this is only the thinking of the U.S. side….The Diaoyu Islands and their adjacent islets are an inalienable part of China’s territory and the territorial dispute over the islands is an issue between China and Japan.

    “It is absolutely wrong for the United States to repeatedly claim the Diaoyu Islands fall within the scope of the U.S.-Japan Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security. What the United States should do is to immediately correct its wrong position.” [11]

    Next month Japan’s Self-Defense Forces (SDF) are to conduct “island-reclaiming drills” in the East China Sea in which “the U.S. military and the U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet will provide support” as part of a “newly compiled defense program for the Nansei Islands.” The latter, also known as the Ryukyu Islands, form a 700-mile-long archipelago which includes Okinawa and at its southwest extreme gives way to the Senkaku Islands. In the words of a senior Japanese Ministry of Defense official, “It must be demonstrated to China…that the SDF and the U.S. military form a watertight defense array.” [12]

    Antagonizing China with the threat of military intervention on behalf of Japan – or rather using Japan as the bait to provoke a military showdown with China – does not exhaust American plans in the Far East.

    On November 1 President Dmitri Medvedev became the first Russian head of state to visit the Kuril Islands. The four islands were transferred from Japan to Russia after World War Two under terms of the 1945 Yalta agreement to which President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a party. Sixty-five years later there is still no peace treaty between Russia, as successor state to the Soviet Union, and Japan because of the dispute over the Kurils.

    Japanese Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara immediately summoned the Russian ambassador to Japan to lodge a protest over Medvedev’s trip, and after Russia returned the favor Japan recalled its own ambassador from Moscow.

    Washington lost no time in entering the fray. Hillary Clinton’s spokesman, Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs Philip Crowley, stated on November 1 that “We do back Japan regarding the Northern Territories,” [13) employing the Japanese government's name for the islands.

    In the 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty the U.S., while not recognizing Soviet rights to the Kurils, did accede to Japan losing any rights to them as well as to Russia's Sakhalin island to their northwest. In fact the treaty, to which Washington was a signatory, explicitly states that "Japan renounces all right, title and claim to the Kuril islands, and to that portion of Sakhalin and the islands adjacent to it over which Japan acquired sovereignty as a consequence of the Treaty of Portsmouth of 5 September 1905," signed after the 1904-1905 Russo-Japanese War. [14] Sakhalin is rich in oil, natural gas and coal. Japanese designs on the Kurils may not be limited to those islands but include the entire Sakhalin Oblast to which they belong.

    The State Department now openly expresses its support for Japan’s claims on Russian territory while it repeatedly confirms its willingness to honor a bilateral military agreement to back Japan in an armed conflict with China over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands.

    According to China’s Global Times, “The Russia-Japan row over the islands coincides with a dispute between Japan and China over the Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea following Japan’s detention of a Chinese boat captain in September….[T]he strong message by Medvedev’s visit to the island, to some extent, echoes China’s firm stance on its dispute with Japan.” [15]

    U.S. backing for Japanese claims on the Kurils has now progressed from tacit to explicit commitment, part of a policy of World War Two revisionism also evident in Washington’s actions in Eastern Europe from the Baltic Sea to the Balkans which aim at undoing the results of the Yalta and Potsdam conferences and the entire post-war system of international relations.

    After the break-up of the Soviet Union and during Russia’s debilitated state under the Boris Yeltsin presidency in the 1990s, the first moves were made to do to Russia what had been done to the Soviet Union: Fragment it. From the Kuril Islands to the North Caucasus, from the Arctic to Kaliningrad and the Republic of Karelia, parts of post-Soviet Russia were coveted by neighboring states or otherwise targeted to be wrested from the country.

    Japanese claims, though, have been even more brazen in recent years. In July of 2008 the Japanese government published new textbook guidelines directing teachers to instruct students that Japan has sovereignty over the Kuril Islands. A Russian commentary at the time remarked that in “maps published in…regions of the country even the whole territory of the Kuril Islands is marked as Japanese.

    “Such kinds of territorial disputes had long been dubbed as ‘cartographic aggression.’

    “For example, if Japan does not want to settle an old dispute with China over the Diaoytai Islands, also known as the Senkaku Islands in Japanese, it may mark the territory as Japanese.” [16]

    In November of 2009 the Japanese government reiterated the accusation that “the Russian Federation is illegally occupying four northern islands.” [17]

    The Russian Foreign Ministry responded by labelling as “unacceptable” a document issued by Tokyo identifying the alleged “illegal occupation by Russia” of the Kuril Islands, stating:

    “We consider it necessary to stress that the Southern Kuril Islands are an inseparable part of the Russian Federation territory on legal grounds based on the WW2 results in accordance with the legally binding agreements and treaties between the ally states, as well as the UN Charter that was ratified by Japan.” [18]

    Last month then-Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada spoke of the Kurils being “illegally occupied by Russia.”

    When similar statements were made by Okada’s successor, Seiji Maehara, chairman of the international affairs committee in the Russian State Duma Konstantin Kosachev remarked:

    “Such an inappropriate and tough statement by the Japanese foreign minister is regrettable.

    “Like the parliament of that country did earlier, Tokyo is consistently
    toughening its stance, pointing out the debatable status of the Kuril islands. That may only drive the situation into a deadlock.” [19]

    It is this intensified policy of Japanese recalcitrance and revisionism that Washington has now squarely endorsed. Although State Department spokesman Philip Crowley qualified his comments of November 1 by saying the Article 5 military component of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan would not be invoked as long as Japan did not administer the Kurils, the door was left open for the activation of the article should Japan succeed, peacefully or otherwise, in gaining possession of the islands and the transition be recognized by Washington.

    But the Kuril, as well as the Senkaku/Diaoyu, Spratly and Paracel, islands are minor chess pieces in a far broader stratagem. The U.S. intends to accelerate its return to and domination over the Asia-Pacific region and China and Russia are the main obstacles to its doing so.

    The day after Hillary Clinton met with Japan’s foreign minister in Hawaii, weeks after the Chinese-Japanese confrontation in the East China Sea and days before the Japanese-Russian contretemps began, the Japanese destroyer JS Kirishima launched a Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IA interceptor missile 100 miles into the sky above the Pacific Missile Range Facility at Barking Sands on the Hawaiian island of Kauai and destroyed a multi-stage target missile. The missile intercept was the fourth jointly conducted by Japan and the U.S. Although North Korea will be evoked as the probable target of the bilateral tests, that country’s neighbors to the north – China and Russia – have also been put on notice.

    The USS Lake Erie guided missile cruiser and USS Russell Arleigh Burke class destroyer, both part of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency, simultaneously carried out a mock interception of the target missile. USS Lake Erie shot down a space satellite with a Standard Missile-3 133 miles over the Pacific Ocean on February 20, 2008, with USS Russell part of the task force assigned to the mission.

    In September the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) awarded Raytheon Company, the world’s largest missile manufacturer, a $175 million contract to “work with partners in Japan on the cooperative engineering and development efforts for the SM-3 Block IIA missile through the preliminary design process.”

    “Raytheon and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, under contract to the MDA and Japan’s Ministry of Defense, are developing the next-generation SM-3 Block IIA missile, scheduled to begin flight testing in 2014. The company says the new missile will include larger second- and third-stage rocket motors and a larger kinetic warhead to provide a greater area of defense against sophisticated threats.” [20]

    Last month it was disclosed that “Japan is likely to decide by year-end whether to order Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk surveillance aircraft that could later be upgraded to reinforce the country’s ballistic missile defenses.” [21] The transaction is expected to be authorized in the National Defense Program Guideline to be published later this year.

    A Kyodo News report revealed that Japan would pay $150 million for three Global Hawk unmanned high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft to “deal with China’s military rise” and to “defend remote Japanese islands.”

    The same news agency divulged in a separate report that “Japan and the US are planning to hold a joint military exercise in December focused on defending the disputed [Senkaku/Diaoyu] islands….said to have vast oil and gas reserves.” [22]

    An analysis in the Japan Times last month indicated the broader parameters of enhanced U.S.-Japanese military collaboration. It stated that “the scope of the Japan-U.S. military treaty has been extended far beyond ‘the Far East,’ roughly defined as areas north of the Philippines. The U.S. bases here support global engagements, including in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Indian Ocean.

    USS George Washington and USS Blue Ridge are based in Yokosuka. The second is the flagship of the Seventh Fleet whose “area of responsibility ranges from the Kuril Islands in the north to the Antarctic, and from the international date line to the 68th meridian east at the India-Pakistan border.

    “The area includes 35 maritime countries and the world’s five largest armed forces outside the U.S. — China, Russia, India, and North and South Korea. Five of the seven U.S. Mutual Defense Treaties are with countries in the area — the Philippines, Australia and New Zealand, South Korea, Japan and Thailand, according to the 7th Fleet’s official website.

    “The U.S. currently deploys 11 ships and units to Yokosuka, including the USS George Washington, the world’s only forward-deployed aircraft carrier.

    “The III Marine Expeditionary Force in Okinawa is tasked with covering the Asia-Pacific to the Middle East.” [23]

    The U.S. is acting in the 21st century much as it did during the most dangerous days of the Cold War half a century ago, for all the world appearing to prepare for a replication of the Taiwan Strait Crises of the 1950s, though now in an Asia with several nuclear powers.

    Notes

    1) U.S. Department of State, October 27, 2010
    2) Ibid
    3) U.S. Department of State, July 23, 2010
    4) Asia: Pentagon Revives And Expands Cold War Military Blocs
    Stop NATO, September 14, 2010

    http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/asia-pentagon-revives-and-expands-cold-war-military-blocs

    5) U.S. Department of State, October 27, 2010
    6) Kazakhstan: U.S., NATO Seek Military Outpost Between Russia And China
    Stop NATO, April 14, 2010

    http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2010/04/15/kazakhstan-u-s-nato-seek-military-outpost-between-russia-and-china/

    Mongolia: Pentagon Trojan Horse Wedged Between China And Russia
    Stop NATO, March 31, 2010

    http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2010/03/31/mongolia-pentagon-trojan-horse-wedged-between-china-and-russia

    7) Asia: Pentagon Revives And Expands Cold War Military Blocs
    Stop NATO, September 14, 2010

    http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/asia-pentagon-revives-and-expands-cold-war-military-blocs

    U.S. Marshals Military Might To Challenge Asian Century
    Stop NATO, August 21, 2010

    http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2010/08/21/u-s-marshals-military-might-to-challenge-asian-century

    8) U.S. Department of State, October 27, 2010
    9) Kyodo News, October 11, 2010
    10) Radio Netherlands, November 2, 2010
    11) Xinhua News Agency, November 2, 2010
    12) Yomiuri Shimbun, August 20, 2010
    13) Russian Information Agency Novosti, November 2, 2010
    14) Treaty of Peace with Japan

    http://www.international.ucla.edu/eas/documents/peace1951.htm

    15) Global Times, November 2, 2010
    16) Voice of Russia, July 1, 2008
    17) Russian Information Agency Novosti, November 24, 2009
    18) Itar-Tass, November 25, 2009
    19) Interfax, September 29, 2010
    20) Associated Press, September 27, 2010
    21) Aviation Week, October 11, 2010
    22) Kyodo News, October 3, 2010
    23) Japan Times, October 14, 2010

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    War setting in South East Asia calls for divine intervention:

    “Global Military Agenda: Increased US-NATO Military Presence in Southeast Asia. Completing Plans For Asian NATO. by Rick Rozoff ”

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21562

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    The whole world, Asia, the region, Cambodia and many other countries need divine assistance to be in peace (away from wars) and prosperity.

    This is where divine Neak Mean Bonn intervention comes to play, to keep peace and prosperity. This is where the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor, a divine Neak Mean Bonn own creation, comes in almightily strong.

    The Neak Mean Bonn intervention and creation are here not just for Cambodia but the whole region and the world. Everybody will need help from the Neak Mean Bonn’s Oudom Khmer Mohanokor. :)

    [Message last modified 10-22-2010 04:41pm by veayoo][/quote]

    #333681
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    Not all Borameys are what they said they are. I have seen Borameys who told and promised things that never happened.

    When tellings and promises have not been verified, I just had to discard them as I discarded junk emails every day.

    As I stated, I am a nice guy and give a chance to everyone a chance to prove…

    I do the same thing to God. I am a nice little kid. Haha

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Many Borameys liked vines, raisin based liquors, beers… with fried or steamed chicken or so.

    As they were my guests, I did not mind offering their favorites while I did not consume any of the liquors.

    For God though, I was told to offer Sla, Malou, Kabor and tobacco. These are what old style Cambodian elderly chew for snack or …

    In addition, I got young coconut juice and bottled water.

    [Message last modified 11-08-2010 07:45pm by veayoo]

    #333689
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    There were also Borameys who were not afraid to lie, just to get our money for what ever reason they had.

    While being nice, I just had to watch out as much as I could!

    I am friends with those who told the truth, the one I can verify what they said with my poor personal way. One poor way is to wait till the told time to see whether the telling is truthful.

    So far, I have trusted my God. Haha.

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Not all Borameys are what they said they are. I have seen Borameys who told and promised things that never happened.

    When tellings and promises have not been verified, I just had to discard them as I discarded junk emails every day.

    As I stated, I am a nice guy and give a chance to everyone a chance to prove…

    I do the same thing to God. I am a nice little kid. Haha

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Many Borameys liked vines, raisin based liquors, beers… with fried or steamed chicken or so.

    As they were my guests, I did not mind offering their favorites while I did not consume any of the liquors.

    For God though, I was told to offer Sla, Malou, Kabor and tobacco. These are what old style Cambodian elderly chew for snack or …

    In addition, I got young coconut juice and bottled water.

    [Message last modified 11-08-2010 07:45pm by veayoo][/quote]

    [Message last modified 11-08-2010 11:59pm by veayoo]

    #333699
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    The next day/ morning, as I got the offering and everything else ready, it was time to ask for the session with God.

    With the special offering, I had to light a large bunch of incents.

    My Divine Father Preah Beida Tep Ek came first. He said no one ever dared to meet Him for the entire Boramey Kru career. He said my Divine Mother Goddess Preah Karl will come next, right after Him.

    For those of you who did not get God gender, I spoke to both my Divine Father and my Divine Mother. To me, God is both male and female and more…

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    The day I asked to meet God, I was told to wait till the next day.

    God needed to appear first before any other Borameys.

    I also had to prepare a special offering and session too.

    #333709
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    veayoo
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    During the last few weeks, I have wondered out of my comfort zone. I made remarks and comments on US politics/ diplomacy in collecting a “dirty” loan payment to be made by Cambodians. This loan was left by Lon Nol regime.

    While there is plenty of comments and remarks left to say still, I decided to halt as I have ventured out into a dirty zone, politics.

    I have felt afraid that I’ll be in trouble. I have dramas from involving in politics. I am afraid that I could be made another victim of politics.

    With the scary feeling, I have not been able to hold myself from laughing. This is not just a LOL/ laugh on loud, but a very extremely laugh on loud from the inside, in my stomach with which my stomach muscle keeps contracting continuously.

    #333718
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    veayoo
    Participant

    I started playing Cambodian chest when I was around 6 years old. As I grew up, I found myself as one of the best players. If I ever chose to play chest professionally, I probably could be a candidate for Cambodian chest championship.

    When I started to learn American chest in the US, I experienced that American players I met just could not beat me in the American game.

    One guy played the American chest for 40 years and kept losing. I felt bad for him, but I told him that I am an honest man and could not fake to have him won. He kept losing.

    His lost generated more players against me. At one time, I played against 11 people, individually and also as a group. I still won won and won. I then started to laugh. The hardest laughs were internal, in my stomach.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    During the last few weeks, I have wondered out of my comfort zone. I made remarks and comments on US politics/ diplomacy in collecting a “dirty” loan payment to be made by Cambodians. This loan was left by Lon Nol regime.

    While there is plenty of comments and remarks left to say still, I decided to halt as I have ventured out into a dirty zone, politics.

    I have felt afraid that I’ll be in trouble. I have dramas from involving in politics. I am afraid that I could be made another victim of politics.

    With the scary feeling, I have not been able to hold myself from laughing. This is not just a LOL/ laugh on loud, but a very extremely laugh on loud from the inside, in my stomach with which my stomach muscle keeps contracting continuously.

    #333727
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    veayoo
    Participant

    As I played the American chest, a nice guy like me tried to explain how my opponents lost to me. Almost all of them just did not get the point.

    In the games, most of the time, I could tell that my opponents are going to lose despite there are still 30 or 50 moves to go. Most of the players just could not understand and believe what I said.

    I, however, was very sure of the outcome. And I was right almost all the time :)

    **

    [Message last modified 11-18-2010 05:27pm by veayoo]

    #333739
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    veayoo
    Participant

    The recurring wins and losses generated recurring internal laughs in me. External laugh through my mouth was only brief. The internal one, in my stomach, kept going for days…

    With the provoked laugh, I kept wondering why easy matters for me such as vision and strategy are so hard to grasp for others (????)

    **

    [Message last modified 11-18-2010 05:28pm by veayoo]

    #333751
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    veayoo
    Participant

    As I understand, lacking good game vision, strategy and architecture, my chest opponents WORKED HARD. They looked doing their best hard work!

    For sure, I have been a proponent of hard work. I have also been always supportive of good tries.

    In Chest game and in real life, I happened to be convinced that trying and hard work are not enough.

    As a software architect/ engineer, project manager etc, I needed to get my job done successfully. This has been an excellent lesson that America has taught me.

    So, I have learned that working smart and get your project done successfully are part of performance. Success is the term.

    If you keep losing in your game, whether chest or diplomacy, you are not good. A better term is perhaps POOR.

    LOLz (again).

    [Message last modified 11-20-2010 03:16am by veayoo]

    #333761
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    veayoo
    Participant

    If you know you are not good in something, the end of the world is not here yet.

    You could ask for help, as you did in school.

    If you do not know who or what to ask, I give you a hint: God and Neak Mean Bonn’s Divine Intervention.

    **

    [Message last modified 11-20-2010 03:22am by veayoo]

    #333771
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Seriously, questions about good international relations, international diplomacy or politics are worst dealing with God and Neak Mean Bonn.

    They may laugh at you more if you would ask questions about how to win your chess game.

    LOLz.

    #333781
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    veayoo
    Participant


    Ignored by successive U.S. administrations, China’s rise in this region is now causing alarm in Washington, which is aggressively courting the countries of Southeast Asia. The Obama administration has cultivated closer ties with its old foe Vietnam. It has tried to open doors to Burma, also known as Myanmar, which U.S. officials believe is in danger of becoming a Chinese vassal state.


    During a recent trip to Phnom Penh – the first of a U.S. secretary of state since 2002 – Clinton, while speaking to Cambodian students, was asked about Cambodia’s ties to Beijing. “You don’t want to get too dependent on any one country,” she told them.

    Still, China powers ahead.


    Cambodia has also followed China’s lead when it comes to the South China Sea, a 1 million-square-mile waterway that China asserts belongs to Beijing. In July, Clinton, speaking in Hanoi, challenged China’s claims to the open seas and advocated a multilateral approach to divvying up the fishing rights and offshore oil and gas that the sea is believed to contain. China opposes multilateral negotiations, preferring to divide and conquer with bilateral talks. Last month, Cambodia’s prime minister, Hun Sen, backed China’s approach.

    China’s one-upmanship with the United States continued earlier this month. A day after Clinton left Cambodia, Wu Bangguo, one of China’s top Communist Party officials, arrived in Phnom Penh. During her visit, Clinton had raised the possibility that the United States might forgive a portion of Cambodia’s debt to the United States; it owes $445 million. Wu was more forthright. He struck $4.5 million off Cambodia’s tab; Chinese officials are considering forgiving an additional $200 million.


    Historical influence

    China has exercised imperial sway over Cambodia for centuries. Eight hundred years ago, Chinese troops bailed out Khmer kings; friendly Chinese warriors are carved on the side of the famed 12th-century Bayon temple near Angkor Wat. In the 1950s and 1960s, Communist China embraced the regime of King Norodom Sihanouk and provided the Khmer Rouge with inspiration, security and economic assistance throughout their bloody rule from 1975 to 1979. Sihanouk, now 88 and the king father, resides in Beijing.

    Excerpts from: China’s billions reap rewards in Cambodia, By John Pomfret, Washington Post Staff Writer
    Saturday, November 20, 2010

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/20/AR2010112003850.html

    **

    [Message last modified 11-21-2010 06:57pm by veayoo]

    #333790
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Emperor Obama!:


    Historical influence

    China has exercised imperial sway over Cambodia for centuries. Eight hundred years ago, Chinese troops bailed out Khmer kings; friendly Chinese warriors are carved on the side of the famed 12th-century Bayon temple near Angkor Wat. In the 1950s and 1960s, Communist China embraced the regime of King Norodom Sihanouk and provided the Khmer Rouge with inspiration, security and economic assistance throughout their bloody rule from 1975 to 1979. Sihanouk, now 88 and the king father, resides in Beijing.

    While this American characterizes China as having “exercised imperial sway over Cambodia for centuries”, Borameys referred to the US as Nokor Athireach, the Imperial Country.

    Heading this Imperial Country makes President Obama an Emperor!!

    Originally posted by veayoo

    Ignored by successive U.S. administrations, China’s rise in this region is now causing alarm in Washington, which is aggressively courting the countries of Southeast Asia. The Obama administration has cultivated closer ties with its old foe Vietnam. It has tried to open doors to Burma, also known as Myanmar, which U.S. officials believe is in danger of becoming a Chinese vassal state.


    During a recent trip to Phnom Penh – the first of a U.S. secretary of state since 2002 – Clinton, while speaking to Cambodian students, was asked about Cambodia’s ties to Beijing. “You don’t want to get too dependent on any one country,” she told them.

    Still, China powers ahead.


    Cambodia has also followed China’s lead when it comes to the South China Sea, a 1 million-square-mile waterway that China asserts belongs to Beijing. In July, Clinton, speaking in Hanoi, challenged China’s claims to the open seas and advocated a multilateral approach to divvying up the fishing rights and offshore oil and gas that the sea is believed to contain. China opposes multilateral negotiations, preferring to divide and conquer with bilateral talks. Last month, Cambodia’s prime minister, Hun Sen, backed China’s approach.

    China’s one-upmanship with the United States continued earlier this month. A day after Clinton left Cambodia, Wu Bangguo, one of China’s top Communist Party officials, arrived in Phnom Penh. During her visit, Clinton had raised the possibility that the United States might forgive a portion of Cambodia’s debt to the United States; it owes $445 million. Wu was more forthright. He struck $4.5 million off Cambodia’s tab; Chinese officials are considering forgiving an additional $200 million.


    Historical influence

    China has exercised imperial sway over Cambodia for centuries. Eight hundred years ago, Chinese troops bailed out Khmer kings; friendly Chinese warriors are carved on the side of the famed 12th-century Bayon temple near Angkor Wat. In the 1950s and 1960s, Communist China embraced the regime of King Norodom Sihanouk and provided the Khmer Rouge with inspiration, security and economic assistance throughout their bloody rule from 1975 to 1979. Sihanouk, now 88 and the king father, resides in Beijing.

    Excerpts from: China’s billions reap rewards in Cambodia, By John Pomfret, Washington Post Staff Writer
    Saturday, November 20, 2010

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/20/AR2010112003850.html

    **

    [Message last modified 11-22-2010 05:44pm by veayoo]

    #333799
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Need to rethink approach and strategy:

    Borameys have their own vocabulary such as Emperor Obama and the Imperialist Country of USA.

    By what Borameys mean, the US is poor in diplomacy because of imperialist approach which has been practiced for generations with or without knowing it.

    The world used to see Spanish, Portuguese, British and French imperialists who went around capturing slaves and collected wealth from all around the world to enrich themselves. They depleted their own trees and resources and had to go somewhere else to get more resources. In the quest of enriching themselves, they left bad memories in those new conquered lands.

    The US, a product of the conquest, has kept the imperialist practices.

    While the US has successfully tamed NATO countries, the US has poor record with Asian countries. Asians still talk like you left us before after you came. What makes us believe that you will be here all along in thick or thin, that is good and bad times?
    To be successful in Asia and Cambodia, the US needs to overcome the Asian wondering. Approaches that have been ok in Europe may not be applicable in Asia.

    Kissinger may have done well in Europe. He took the US and ran away from Asian allies. He has been seen as a criminal by Asia and European scholar too.

    It is time to rethink our approach and strategy to be trusted by Asia and Cambodia. Failure to do so, it does not matter how much fuel has been burned for leaders’ trip to Asia or how many diplomat and military personnel assigned, everybody hard work just conclude in defeat over and over.

    The worst result is that we are and will be seen as bad guys. This kind of perception is a complete waste of American resources, in financial matters and LIVES.

    #333808
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    veayoo
    Participant

    In the last few days, I have been bugged down with crowd stampede in Cambodia that killed and injured over 1,000 Cambodians.

    I could not concentrate on writing as I used too. The tragedy has been so sad as I happenned to be at the stampede site over three months ago.

    I have voiced causes for the tragedy in a few KC postings..

    #333817
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    I took time to look at the site and the stampede bridge a couple of days before I got back to the states. Normally, I would not rush to do that kind of thing.

    While I looked at the site, somehow, I had a strange feeling about the stampeded bridge as well as the Koh Pich island as a site.

    The stampede explains why I was guided to take a look at the site and the bridge, even if I did not have a lot of time.

    Phnom Penh top Borameys like Lokta Vimean Ekkareach, Lokta Oudong Oudom and Preah Ang Dang Ker must have wanted me then to understand what will be coming.

    With the tragedy, I get the feeling that they do not like what are going on at the site.

    The site should be a public one to celebrate the Bonn Oum Touk, a traditional national ceremony that keeps reminding Cambodians of naval skill and power in Cambodia history. The Bonn Oum Touk tradition serves to make cambodians think that they better keep up the naval skill and power for their own future.

    Borameys also showed me recently that they do not like today Khmer girls new and bad behaviors which are against Khmer tradition (today young Khmer girls have boyfriend …) Attending large crowd, getting squeezed and packed with males… etc are what they said as inappropriate and not safe.

    Borameys were of old time and remain old timer. Many of them, thousands or hundreds years old, were generals in the military. Bonn Om Touk, the Khmer water festival, which has to do a lot with their military background is important to them. The ceremony has a lot to do their fights, while alive, to defend the country that many of them ended up sacrificing their life before turning to Borameys.

    The site location would be great for public crowd for Bonn Om Touk and many other national ceremony such as New Year, Independent day,etc. To let a private company control the site poorly is not best, as the company goals are quite different than the country’s.

    The main point I sense is that Cambodia, as a state, needs to do something for its poor and lovely citizens. These oor and lovely citizens, (and not the few rich), would be the ones who would be drafted to bear arms somedays to defend the nation.

    Borameys see farther than us humans.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    In the last few days, I have been bugged down with crowd stampede in Cambodia that killed and injured over 1,000 Cambodians.

    I could not concentrate on writing as I used too. The tragedy has been so sad as I happenned to be at the stampede site over three months ago.

    I have voiced causes for the tragedy in a few KC postings..

    #333827
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    http://www.hepburnadvocate.com.au/news/world/world/general/ghosts-descend-on-bridge-of-death/2009754.aspx?storypage=0

    **

    The private firm, developer, is not there to do Cambodia government jobs. They cannot policing the crowd…

    The government needs to step up and take over the island for the public and the death spirits. Failure to do so, more tragedies will be very likely.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    I took time to look at the site and the stampede bridge a couple of days before I got back to the states. Normally, I would not rush to do that kind of thing.

    While I looked at the site, somehow, I had a strange feeling about the stampeded bridge as well as the Koh Pich island as a site.

    The stampede explains why I was guided to take a look at the site and the bridge, even if I did not have a lot of time.

    Phnom Penh top Borameys like Lokta Vimean Ekkareach, Lokta Oudong Oudom and Preah Ang Dang Ker must have wanted me then to understand what will be coming.

    With the tragedy, I get the feeling that they do not like what are going on at the site.

    The site should be a public one to celebrate the Bonn Oum Touk, a traditional national ceremony that keeps reminding Cambodians of naval skill and power in Cambodia history. The Bonn Oum Touk tradition serves to make cambodians think that they better keep up the naval skill and power for their own future.

    Borameys also showed me recently that they do not like today Khmer girls new and bad behaviors which are against Khmer tradition (today young Khmer girls have boyfriend …) Attending large crowd, getting squeezed and packed with males… etc are what they said as inappropriate and not safe.

    Borameys were of old time and remain old timer. Many of them, thousands or hundreds years old, were generals in the military. Bonn Om Touk, the Khmer water festival, which has to do a lot with their military background is important to them. The ceremony has a lot to do their fights, while alive, to defend the country that many of them ended up sacrificing their life before turning to Borameys.

    The site location would be great for public crowd for Bonn Om Touk and many other national ceremony such as New Year, Independent day,etc. To let a private company control the site poorly is not best, as the company goals are quite different than the country’s.

    The main point I sense is that Cambodia, as a state, needs to do something for its poor and lovely citizens. These oor and lovely citizens, (and not the few rich), would be the ones who would be drafted to bear arms somedays to defend the nation.

    Borameys see farther than us humans.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    In the last few days, I have been bugged down with crowd stampede in Cambodia that killed and injured over 1,000 Cambodians.

    I could not concentrate on writing as I used too. The tragedy has been so sad as I happenned to be at the stampede site over three months ago.

    I have voiced causes for the tragedy in a few KC postings..

    [/quote]

    #333837
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    veayoo
    Participant

    I had relatives killed in bridge accident (not at Koh Pich).

    Seouls killed this way are called Khmoch Tai Hong: spirits of those who did not die naturally.

    My personal tragedy and spiritual research showed that victims who get killed in Khmoch Tai Hong manner will have their spirit trapped at the bridge till new death will occur at the spot. The Koh Pich victims spirit are to stay there and guard the bridge area.

    A new spirit/ new death has to come and take the spot before a trapped spirit can go and proceed in his or her seoul cycles, the Samsara. This means ghost spirits are there along with more bad lucks/ loss of lives to come.

    I am well aware that a majority of people have a hard time perceiving the above happening. I witnessed my own family tragedy and solved the Khmoch Tai Hong spiritual case successfully.

    My relatives spirit got out of Kmoch Tai Hong status and moved on… (not trapped between worlds).

    #333847
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    Participant


    Australian OZ Minerals Limited found a gold mine with huge reserves in Mondulkiri in northeastern Cambodia, capturing the interest of Vietnamese gold traders.

    The Sydney Morning Herald quoted OZ Minerals as calculating the gold content to be as much as 2.3 grams per ton, or 605,000 ounces (17.1 tons). With the current market price (one ounce sells for $1200), the Mondulkiri refined gold is valued at over $720 million.

    Mondulkiri is located near the Vietnamese border, some 100 kilometers from Buon Me Thuot.

    http://khmerization.blogspot.com/2010/05/cambodian-gold-mine-attracts-vietnamese.html

    #333857
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    veayoo
    Participant

    If and when Cambodia will get its name changed, it would be called Nokor Vongkot Borei. This was said in Buddha Tumneay.

    I have been wondering about the meaning of the Kampuchea’s new name. Why Vongkot Borei?

    Borei simly means country. How about Vongkot or Vong-kot?

    All I can think of is coincidence of the word “Kot”, in Vong-kot Borei, and other words “Kot” I have seen.

    #333867
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    veayoo
    Participant

    The word Kot, in Vongkot Borei, is found in this proper name of Lokta Mokotpich, or Mo-Kot-Pich.

    He came from the second highest heaven and has directed his divine intervention project of Khmer Oudom Mohanokor. One of his names in heaven is Preah Moha Prum.

    Over 3,200 years ago, he was a Khmer Emperor of the Ancient Khmer Mohanokor which had extensive geographic coverage: north border with Russia, west border with India, south border with Africa and east border with the Pacific ocean.

    In that life, over 3,200 years ago, he was Preah Keo’s father (Preah Ko, Preah Keo).

    Vongkot Borei could mean the country of Preah Moha Prum family.

    Vong in Khmer means family which has been told by Borameys as Buddha family, the Khattiya.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    If and when Cambodia will get its name changed, it would be called Nokor Vongkot Borei. This was said in Buddha Tumneay.

    I have been wondering about the meaning of the Kampuchea’s new name. Why Vongkot Borei?

    Borei simly means country. How about Vongkot or Vong-kot?

    All I can think of is coincidence of the word “Kot”, in Vong-kot Borei, and other words “Kot” I have seen.

    #333877
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    veayoo
    Participant

    The “Kot” component in the compound word Vong-Kot Borei had another historical milestone.

    Lokta Mokot Pich said that while Preah Keo was his son over 3,200 years ago, Preah Keo was his buddy at the “Preah Ko Preah Keo” legend time.

    Lokta Mokot Pich said that this portion of the story is missing from all Preah Ko Preah Keo written versions.

    In Preah Ko Preah Keo legend, Preah Keo and his wife, Neang Pou, hang on Preah Ko tail as they flew away to escape from Siam/ Thai. In the air, Neang Pou was not able to hang on and fell to the ground. Preah Keo then dropped himself down too afterward, trying to save his wife.

    Trying to find Neang Peou who fell down from the sky, Preah Keo got lost. He then met a gentleman who turned to be his buddy. The gentleman name was Kot.

    Lokta Mokot Pich told me with smile that he was the gentleman Kot. Lokta Mokot Pich laughed as a son from previous life turned to be his friend/ buddy in that Preah Ko Preah Keo legend time.

    The name of Kot seems to have connection with Nokor Vong-kot Borei.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    The word Kot, in Vongkot Borei, is found in this proper name of Lokta Mokotpich, or Mo-Kot-Pich.

    He came from the second highest heaven and has directed his divine intervention project of Khmer Oudom Mohanokor. One of his names in heaven is Preah Moha Prum.

    Over 3,200 years ago, he was a Khmer Emperor of the Ancient Khmer Mohanokor which had extensive geographic coverage: north border with Russia, west border with India, south border with Africa and east border with the Pacific ocean.

    In that life, over 3,200 years ago, he was Preah Keo’s father (Preah Ko, Preah Keo).

    Vongkot Borei could mean the country of Preah Moha Prum family.

    Vong in Khmer means family which has been told by Borameys as Buddha family, the Khattiya.

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    If and when Cambodia will get its name changed, it would be called Nokor Vongkot Borei. This was said in Buddha Tumneay.

    I have been wondering about the meaning of the Kampuchea’s new name. Why Vongkot Borei?

    Borei simly means country. How about Vongkot or Vong-kot?

    All I can think of is coincidence of the word “Kot”, in Vong-kot Borei, and other words “Kot” I have seen.

    [/quote]

    #333894
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    veayoo
    Participant

    By Preah Ko Preah Keo legend, Neang Pou died from falling off Preah Ko’s tail. Preah In Sakkatevareach then came and took her soul to heavens…

    Looking for Neang Pou, Preah Keo was not aware of divine intervention, both from Preah In Sakkatevareach and Preah Moha Prum (Ta Kot/ gentleman Kot)

    Divine intervention and activities were shielded from Preah Keo knowledge.

    As a human, Preah Keo needed to be told of divine interventions then and perhaps now.

    **

    [Message last modified 12-04-2010 01:17am by veayoo]

    #333886
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    veayoo
    Participant

    In the Nokor Vong-Kot-Borei expression, the Khmer word “Vong” denotes family descendent lineage as well as recurring divine intervention within the divine family. Preah Beida Mokot Pich/ Preah Prum said not long ago that He was the one who went to get Preah Keo out of Siam/ Thai capture.

    Preah Keo liberation and the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor/ Nokor Vong-Kot Borei project seem all related to divine intervention. God and Borameys appear to complement their powers with humanly soul’s involvement in order to get their divine project implemented successfully.

    After all, no complaint should be raised as the project is mainly for human peace and prosperity.

    #333904
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    veayoo
    Participant

    This appears to be more of a Panha Nhean type of light, folks.

    After having “polluted” KC with Boramey writing, language learning (8 Asian languages!), Bruce Lee’s fighting style, Japanese and Chinese Chess…, I started to understand why Cambodia is Kampuchea in the sad bad Karma sense.

    With the above kind of silly way to spend time, my American/ European/ Asian formal and informal education and background_ and most importantly perhaps the Divine Intervention and Divine Panha Nhean_ has allowed me to see a few fundamental and unconscious mistakes that have led Cambodia to be a small and piteous country of Kampuchea, living of donations and aide money. Starvation and devastating wars are never too far away!

    Cambodia was Mohanokor for a couple of times. It has lost that status, properties and the fame. Nowadays, the prosperous world talks about China, India, Japan or Korea… and not Kampuchea.

    I see the WHAT and WHY of the continued falling trend. I also see the HOW to stop the piteous trend and to take Kampuchea to be a Vongkot Borei Mohanokor. I don’t believe present Cambodia leaders see what I do!!!

    As a human, I start to see the main fundamentals needed to turn Kampuchea to Vongkot Borei Oudom Mohanokor :)

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    If and when Cambodia will get its name changed, it would be called Nokor Vongkot Borei. This was said in Buddha Tumneay.

    I have been wondering about the meaning of the Kampuchea’s new name. Why Vongkot Borei?

    Borei simly means country. How about Vongkot or Vong-kot?

    All I can think of is coincidence of the word “Kot”, in Vong-kot Borei, and other words “Kot” I have seen.

    [Message last modified 12-10-2010 09:14am by veayoo]

    #333913
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    veayoo
    Participant

    To me, what I have found lately is practically just more light. It allows me to clear out the silent causes of poverty and instability in a country and region like Cambodia, Asia and the world.

    These are silent causes because people do not talk about them and not addressing them. Apparently, we (= you and I) have been stupid dummies. Stupid because we did not see the real main causes. Dummies because we have body and head that could not understand the causalities and the real successful ways out.

    Those of you who have followed my writing know that I did not have a clue of how the Mohanokor could be back up. I have found clues now!

    Anyway, my E.ureka is still perhaps nothing to Borameys who initiated and stood behind the divine intervention. I am just excited to have found something hidden from human mind.

    I see the revelation as more Panha Nhean. According to what I was told, this is not Divine Eye/ Tipa Chakkhu yet.

    #333928
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    littlelady
    Participant

    That’s right Veayoo, what do you mean you still can chat to them? How can you chat to the souls of the dead? Can you explain how you do that? Is it possible?

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #333938
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    littlelady
    Participant

    Now, that I read this thread I understand more about you. So, another word you have six senses, right? You are different from majority of us from what I understand.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    Good questions.

    I am not kidding. I told you and everybody what I know and experience.

    I know it is hard to grasp the soul matter. But you are safe being so as you are among the majority, 99.999,999,999%, of humans who do not understand this.

    If you really want to get a good idea about the soul notion, I advise you to seek spiritual counseling. I am talking about finding a good medium person, a Roop/Rup, who could allow you to talk to one of your loved-ones who passed away. Make sure you get a competent medium!

    You knew that person, your loved-one, very well. So, if the spiritual medium is really good, you should be able to talk with his or her soul. You then could tell whether that would be really your well known loved-one soul/ spirit or not.

    I spoke to my mom and dad souls. My parents passed away decades ago. When their souls came to talk to me, I knew them exactly. Their voice, speech pattern, style, and content were exactly my parent’s. They talked to me, relating to what we shared when they were still alive. Believe me, I know my parent.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls stay around, alive, in similar way. Believe me, I spoke with both of them.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

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    littlelady,

    Yeah, may be something like sixth sense. I am not sure.

    As of talking to soul, it is something I have done. How?

    It is a complicated process that many people did not get even after I have told it.

    Telling the how has not helped much. Hands-on approach may be the easiest way if one really interests in this. The hands-on approach still requires determinations from $ to daring attitude. If one scares of ghost for example, forget it. Haha.

    [i]Originally posted by littlelady[/i]
    Now, that I read this thread I understand more about you. So, another word you have six senses, right? You are different from majority of us from what I understand.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    Good questions.

    I am not kidding. I told you and everybody what I know and experience.

    I know it is hard to grasp the soul matter. But you are safe being so as you are among the majority, 99.999,999,999%, of humans who do not understand this.

    If you really want to get a good idea about the soul notion, I advise you to seek spiritual counseling. I am talking about finding a good medium person, a Roop/Rup, who could allow you to talk to one of your loved-ones who passed away. Make sure you get a competent medium!

    You knew that person, your loved-one, very well. So, if the spiritual medium is really good, you should be able to talk with his or her soul. You then could tell whether that would be really your well known loved-one soul/ spirit or not.

    I spoke to my mom and dad souls. My parents passed away decades ago. When their souls came to talk to me, I knew them exactly. Their voice, speech pattern, style, and content were exactly my parent’s. They talked to me, relating to what we shared when they were still alive. Believe me, I know my parent.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls stay around, alive, in similar way. Believe me, I spoke with both of them.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    [Message last modified 12-19-2010 04:24pm by veayoo]

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