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Genocide Of Cambodians: Pol Pot And CIA Murdered 2 Million Innocents

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In this video the narrator says the coup to overthrow Prince Sianouk was done with the "full knowledge of the CIA". That's misleading: the CIA was behind the coup, and installed Lon Nol as their new puppet. When Lon Nol failed to complete the mission, they installed Pol Pot. Then the real 'attrition' began; millions of innocent Cambodians were slaughtered. That's called Effects Based Operations (EBO) "attrition". The CIA is the army behind the CFR, and they're very good at "attrition".

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Conspiracy Theories Revived In 'Killing Fields' Star's Murder

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On a rainy night nearly 14 years ago, Haing Ngor parked his gold Mercedes in a graffiti-lined alleyway behind his apartment on the edge of Chinatown. The Cambodian refugee-turned-actor had won an Academy Award for his role in 1984's "The Killing Fields," but he still lived in a tiny apartment where he kept his Oscar next to a large Buddha statue. As he stepped out of his car, gunshots echoed off the alley walls. A neighbor rushed outside to find Ngor slumped on the pavement of his carport. He was dead.

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Pol Pot Revisited

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Now, in the monsoon season, Cambodia is verdant, cool and relaxed. The rice paddies on the low hill slopes are flooded, forests that hide old temples are almost impassable, rough seas deter swimmers. It’s a pleasant time to re-visit this modest country: Cambodia is not crowded, and Cambodians are not greedy, but rather peaceful and relaxed. They fish for shrimp, calamari and sea brim. They grow rice, unspoiled by herbicides, manually planted, cultivated and gathered. They produce enough for themselves and for export, too – definitely no paradise, but the country soldiers on.

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The Cambodian Memory Hole

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Cambodia has a serious problem. Many of the nation’s young people are having a hard time wrapping their heads around the fact that the Khmer Rouge conducted a campaign of genocide in their country. Some even deny that the genocide ever happened. This fact is revealed in a recent movie entitled Wanting To See The Truth, which “shows footage of young Cambodians who do not believe stories of the atrocities of the late 1970s” (“Khmer Rouge film reveals horror,” no pagination). Evidently, this epidemic of historical denial is promulgated on an institutional level because the “period is not taught in schools” .

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William Shakespeare's Skull Believed Stolen

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William Shakespeare's grave has been shrouded in mystery for years. Researchers have determined that the late playwright's skull was 'probably stolen' over 200 years ago. Using state-of-the-art ground-penetrating radar, the team from Staffordshire University went over Shakespeare's grave site at Holy Trinity Church in Stratford with a fine-tooth comb in the hopes of confirming or denying a news report from the 19th century which claimed that his skull had been stolen from its final resting place over eight decades earlier.

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Jew Commies Train Pol Pot To Genocide Gentiles In Cambodia

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I’ll be doing a series of posts on “the most evil men in history”, with an emphasis on showing how the Jews raised all of them up and used them as their proxies, and often even had hands-on culpability in the horrific torture and murder they metted out on the Jews’ Gentile enemies.

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The Secret Jewish History Of William Shakespeare

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Had William Shakespeare never died, he would be turning 450 years old this month, which would put him in biblical territory for longevity. As it turns out, that’s not necessarily such an unusual place for him to be. While little is known about the historical Shakespeare, there is much to suggest in his work and in what we know of his life and times that he just may well have been familiar with the Torah — and perhaps even engaged with Jewish thought.

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