Saturday, 19 August 2017

In Brief

In the Kingdom of Beasts

It is so ironic. They do not like being referred to as a beast regime, yet they treat each other like beasts. And it is public insults that bring out the beast in Hun Sen.

<<​ខ្ញុំទទួលការប្រមាថខ្លាំងណាស់ហើយ​ ហើយខ្ញុំក៏កំពុងទទួលការប្រមាថពីពួកតិរិច្ឆានដែលធ្លាប់បានប្រមាថបន្ដ​ដោយចំពោះខ្ញុំ​ ។​​​​ ពាក្សអាខ្វាក់​ ពាក្សអាកំបុត​ ពាក្សអាកំបាក់ ពាក្សអាគរ​ អាថ្លង់​ គឺជាពាក្សប្រមាថធ្ងន់ធ្ងរណាស់ ដែលសូម្បីតែព្រះជាម្ចាស់ក៏មិនអាចអត់អោនបានដែរ​ >>

ហ៊ុនសែន​ វិទ្យុអាស៊ីសេរី ថ្ងៃទី​ ១៨​ សីហា​ ២០១៧

Now Hun Sen is demanding a moral authority in Buddhist teachings by claiming even Buddha would not be forgiving when insulted. This means, with this newly-claimed moral authority, it will be appropriate for Hun Sen to persecute his critics and opponents, perceived or otherwise.

It is not certain if Hun Sen knows, but contrary to his claim, Buddha is far more forgiving than any soul on Earth. However, he is certain his supporters and apologists will swallow whatever he throws at them.

Ung Bun Ang


No comments:

Post a Comment