A Change of Guard

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Tuesday, 5 July 2016

ឆ្លើយតបទៅសំដី ហ៊ុនសែន ( អាគុក )

Manekseka Sangkum

I can't remember the last time any of these crude and offensive terms of Mr Hun Sen which he uses regularly to describe, curse and vilify others, including those in the Opposition, and to the embarrassment and humiliation of the Khmer people, having been reported by the Phnom Penh Post, in particular, and or noted/marked down as to just how "derogatory", tasteless or "offensive" these words really are, as they regularly and studiously otherwise do with the Opposition, its supporters and the Khmer people - even to the extent of misleading its readership over the Khmer people's legitimate use of the reference "yuon" as this word describes or refers to the Vietnamese/Vietnam in the Khmer language. No doubt, it's much less risky to pick on the Opposition and its affiliates in general. After all, they are unlikely to issue court summons against you, much less to make their complaints count, eh? 


Anonymous said...

Hun Sen got a new title: Ah Kouk Hun Sen

Anonymous said...

Ah eyson hasn't come out to defend his boss of using the word ah kouk in public. One has to wonder the spokesman of CPP can't do anything about it but to let his boss drown in public outrage alone.

Kalonh Chuck ខ្មែរពីស្បែកដល់ឆ្អឹង! said...

ឥសាន [EiSan] knows full well that he is "ah JroWack(ច្រវ៉ាក់)/the chained one" to HUN SEN while the fast [and furious] response Team such as P Siphan or K Remy is​ all "ah Khnoah(ខ្នោះ)/the cuffed ones" ...

ឥសាន ជា អាច្រវ៉ាក់
ស៊ីុផាន, រ៉េម៊ីុ ។ល។ ជា អាខ្នោះ