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Post by phuketrichard »

This will cause more trouble than the past forum war of May 2014!!!

they sussed out KIR and JM as to who they are an where they work; :dragonchase:

I wont post names but u can read it all here, http://kimedia.blogspot.com/2014/06/koh ... se_19.html
....Oh yes, thats right, you are part of the other racist pigs on khmer440 who write badly about cambodia
scroll to the posts that came in after noon today

K440 ;; [Khmer440 link removed]
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Re: This is some heavy shit between JM/K440 and KImedia

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JM is a psychiatrist in Kansas.
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you know, on the subject of visa revocation... i'm surprised that doesn't happen more often for petty reasons just to justify charging you for a new one.
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Re: This is some heavy shit between JM/K440 and KImedia

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My own views the less hyped this topic is the better. Better to drop it.
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Re: This is some heavy shit between JM/K440 and KImedia

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That would be my take as well
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Post by NoseHair Bob »

phuketrichard wrote: they sussed out KIR and JM as to who they are an where they work; :dragonchase:
Then I guess that there'll be 2 bus trips to Sihanoukville claimed this time.
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Hope there is not another invasion into his bar
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It's a pity. JM is ,in my opinion, one of the good (best) ones. Its the reason I stay out of politics. Really its none of our business,and I don't care about the sheep bleating "but we contribute so we have aright to a say" crowd. Unless you have taken out citizenship, you have NO right to say anything and expect it to be taken into consideration. All our own countries have their little xenophobic mantra, in Australia, us kangaroofukers have a saying and you can see it on bumper stickers everywhere - "Australia - Love it or F**k off" and I'm sure you yanks and poms and saffies and kiwis and frogs and krauts and polacks etc, have something similar.If you really want to be taken seriously in ANY adopted country, then renounce your country of birth and become a citizen of your new home and be on the electoral role (or its equivalent). If you don't, no matter how you try to justify it, be it time in country or contribution to the country, you are really just a long term tourist and have no right to a say in how the country is run.
This link shows you how Australia views the situation of people who aren't eligible to vote

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-06-17/r ... ed/5528744" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Post by OrangeDragon »

I somewhat disagree. If you have a spouse/child who is a Cambodian citizen then I think your views do matter, with them as your proxy.

I also think you have the right to make a public analytical pieces on political policy. Not op-ed perhaps, but history and analysis shouldn't be restricted to the people who are citizens.
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I think analysis done by someone who isn't a citizen can be a better option as they are not biased either way.
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