August 14, 2010 at 12:36 pm #332731
The Oudom Khmer Mohanokor seems not to support the nationalism notion very much. Nationalism appears to be a main obstacle to world peace and prosperity. I also have felt that several decades ago. I just did not elaborate on the negative aspect of the ideology, as I may have had treated with treason, a crime against a nation.
The cultivation of love in one’s nation has brought good spirit to defend one’s turf, but usually has brought wars and hardship. In history, the Germans were against the French, English, Russian, etc.
Each king, like Cambodian and Thai, defends his turf by cultivating in his people mind the notion of love for their nation: Cambodia or Thailand. Deep in the kings’ interest, nationalism is nothing but a way to defend their personal interest, their kingdoms.
In a kingdom, all lands (and life) belong to the kings. While the poor farmer has title (recorded at an official bureau) to his rice field, the master title belongs to the kingdom, ruled and owned by the king. The king or its government could take back the land any time with a certain legal justification and procedure.
A life (citizen of the nation) could be sent to be killed in wars to protect that nation. Resistance to defend the nation could end up as treason.
Kingdoms and nationalism notions and artifacts seem to be negative to world peace and prosperity.August 15, 2010 at 5:36 am #332741
As a teenager, decades ago, I believed that while nationalism ideology somehow helped countries to mobilize their people to defend the lands and resources, an ideology that protects the world and ALL humans would be much better.
While a world framework could take decades or centuries (or forever) to be implemented, a regional unification for peace and prosperity would be possible and more doable.
A unification of many small nations in the interest of all their people could stabilize a world region and the world itself better.August 16, 2010 at 9:25 pm #332750
If Thailand and Cambodia were to be under the same framework umbrella, there would be no conflict in Preah Vihear. The historical site would be for all to enjoy.
The same principle would apply to unification with Vietnam. In this case, there would not be any complaint from the Khmer Kroms!
If more countries in South East Asia or in Asia in general are willing to be peaceful together, they could balance power with historical imperialists who enjoyed dividing and partitioning the region into small pieces for their ease of ruling.
The Oudom Khmer Mohanokor and all its preceding Khmer Mohanokors have the unification for self protection against outside doctrine of dividing for ruling.
A well unified set of countries could very well end historical and recurring fights and wars. Better sub-regional or regional sovereignty will follow that.August 19, 2010 at 9:30 am #332761
The USA is an obvious case of successful unification in which peace (at least internal) and prosperity are evident as we witness with our own eyes.
The USA is an unified entity made up of 50 states. In the union, California does not fight or make wars with neighboring states of Arizona, Nevada, Washington or Hawaii!
There are ways to unify small countries (states) to live happily (and prosperously), with no armed fights or wars.August 20, 2010 at 4:25 pm #332770
Referring to the USA successful unification of several states, a federation of states does not have to limit itself to countries with land as borders. Remote states such as Hawaii or Alaska can be incorporated into the United States as well.
In the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor case, possible member countries could include Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia as well as China, India and Russia… To my opinion, there is nothing wrong to include the USA itself as well!
While my opinion is easy to blow out, the real unification is up to God/ Preah Beida Preah In Sakkatevareach, Tevabot Preah Beida Mokot Pich and all his Borameys. They will unite whatever states they see fit, I guess.
The Oudom Khmer Mohanokor is their divine intervention project as vaguely outlined in the Buddha Tum Neay.
If the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor and/ or the Buddha Tum Neay have puzzled you, rest assured that you are not alone. Like millions of people, I wait and see what will be real!!!!!!August 22, 2010 at 10:25 am #332781
Dreams of a united Nokor, similar to the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor, are not new.
The Viets always want to expand westward as they can’t be in par with the giant China, in the north.
Thailand which has moved southward for centuries, taking a lot of Khmer land, always has their eyes on Cambodia and perhaps in Vietnam as well. Thailand also has tried to conquer Malaysia and Myanmar for centuries.
In summary, many neighboring countries always want to incorporate others so that they become strong. They just have not been able to do that.
While we can find out a lot of weak factors for an unsuccessful unification, spiritually, they lack the right competency and power to get their wishes done.
They lack what my divine fathers and Borameys have: Neak Mean Bonn divine competency and power.August 24, 2010 at 4:22 pm #332791
My two divine fathers in the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor project have very close tie.
They are neighbors in heavens.
Preah In Sakkatevareach resides in the highest floor, heavens #57. Preah Beida Mokot Pich home is at heaven floor #56.August 26, 2010 at 4:37 am #332801
According to Preah Beida Mokot Pich, He and Preah In Sakkatevareach are brothers among the seven brothers:
1. The One and Only God/ Preah Beida Tep Ek/ Preah In Sakkatevareach/ Shiva
2. Preah Beida Mokot Pich
3. Preah Samanak Kodom/ present Buddha
4. Jesus Christ/ head of Christianity and Islam
5. Preah Kokkasantho/ past Buddha
6. Preah Neak Kummano/ past Buddha
7. Preah Kassapo/ past Buddha.
Looking at the above list of seven brothers, we can see that they are the main leaders of the spiritual world.
They also were of Khattiya family, known in Khmer as Buddha family. They are the prime Neak Mean Bonns, with Preah Beida Tep Ek/ Preah In Sakkatevareach as the number One, on top.August 27, 2010 at 8:15 pm #332809
We, as human, have felt over and over again into our old false hope for silver spoons from which everything would be done for us to enjoy.
When our false hope has not been met, people start to swear at their leaders and even God for their misfortune.
In the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor case, I once hoped that the divine intervention would set everything silver spoon for us.
After a lot of thinking though, I came to wake up and realized that everything silver spoons is not likely to happen at a snap of our fingers.
We, human, will still have to do our part of the works so that peace and prosperity will come and stay.August 28, 2010 at 11:32 am #332819
In a country, a farmer still has to farm to get a crop. No divine intervention will come to plow the rice field or gather the golden rice for him or her. No divine intervention would take that job away from the farmer.
Similarly, in a country, leaders still have to do their jobs for peace and prosperity for themselves and their people. Divine intervention would not take away the human responsibility.
To my understanding, my divine fathers only work at high divine levels. Their work may include making sure that there will be enough rain so that farming is possible and productive. They may make sure that insects or typhoons would not totally destroy the crop, etc.
In country, region or world areas, my divine fathers would do similar works, the kind that humans have not been able do. They would leave normal execution to humans.
In another word, they work at very high level frameworks to ensure that peace and prosperity are achievable. The humans still have to work toward the noble goals.
What humans have now, with divine intervention, is their greatest blessing. The blessing is supposed to make achievement of peace and prosperity doable. The best blessing was not there prior to the divine high level intervention.
Peace, prosperity and reunification were not possible.
Now that the blessing has been here, humans should try their best efforts for the noble goals.
This time efforts could bring a totally different result as we just got blessed, not long ago
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