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BANGKOK 25 April 2019 02:49
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Ex-Khmer Rouge leader in Cambodia embraces Christianity

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Like some other elderly cadres, 76-year-old grandmother seeks solace in God's forgiveness but refuses to repent for past crimes.

 

Anlong Veng District in Oddar Meanchey province, in Cambodia's northwest, is known as the last stronghold of the Khmer Rouge regime that ruled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979.

 

It's where tourists go to see Pol Pot's grave and the house of Ta Mok, a notorious Khmer Rouge leader. It's also where some former cadres now lead a quiet life.

 

read more https://international.la-croix.com/news/ex-khmer-rouge-leader-in-cambodia-embraces-christianity/9859#

 

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Now a Christian and didn't repent. Special spot in hell just waiting for her to show up.

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Hopefully she will have a very special place reserved for her in hell.  It's too bad that she cannot be prosecuted for her war crimes as other former KR cadres were also able to escape.  

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3 hours ago, Emdog said:

Now a Christian and didn't repent. Special spot in hell just waiting for her to show up.

Yup...

 

How they really enjoyed slaughtering their own...men,women and children..

 

I am not a Christian but I abide by the Biblical "Until the Seventh Generation"

 

You killed defenseless men.women and children?

 

Die like a dog.

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Oh a convert to the Sky Fairy, how convenient, who taught her the dogma?? Or christened her, maybe they did not do a good job about the Sky Fairy requirements for forgiveness 

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How quaint scull arranging must be very tiring 🤔

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Another example as to how a religion, in this case Christianity, can appear to be the route to absolution of human atrocities..

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6 minutes ago, geoffbezoz said:

Another example as to how a religion, in this case Christianity, can appear to be the route to absolution of human atrocities..

And yet a few numbnuts on this forum wish to depart from Thailand to Cambodia..

 

Despite its long history of genocide...Buddhist,Hindu and Animism,I believe

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5 minutes ago, Odysseus123 said:

And yet a few numbnuts on this forum wish to depart from Thailand to Cambodia..

 

Despite its long history of genocide...Buddhist,Hindu and Animism,I believe

Correct and some even promoting  Latin America, the center of Catholicism in the new world . Not so good though if you happen to  have been Argentinian when the death flights were in operation. A good Catholic cure, not !!

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_flights

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The Americans were indirectly reaponsible for the success of Pol Pot. Nixon's invasion caused a huge backladh against Shiaook's regime that resulted in his overthrow 

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5 minutes ago, Whip said:

The Americans were indirectly reaponsible for the success of Pol Pot. Nixon's invasion caused a huge backladh against Shiaook's regime that resulted in his overthrow 

They were also indirectly responsible for Hitler's rise to power and the Russian Revolution and Winston Churchill's birth also a very famous Thai person born in USA. 

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4 hours ago, Odysseus123 said:

And yet a few numbnuts on this forum wish to depart from Thailand to Cambodia..

 

Despite its long history of genocide...Buddhist,Hindu and Animism,I believe

Numbnuts?  Oh no.  It's better than Mexico isin't it? 

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