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Many foreign journalists, authors writers and Khmer intellectuals living overseas, who only knew and heard the rumors, whose articles were being printed in the "News" and in the "BulletinsNewsletters", to describe about the chain of events of Cambodia like riding a horse in a horse stable, do not illustrate...why the whole Cambodia is falling into Hanoi's pawns? More than 2,000,000 Cambodian people were brutally butchered, whose properties, and the State's assets, which in Cambodia were taken away secretly by Angkar LeurCap Tren to Vietnam by boatsships and trucksGMG. That was a really mysterious, which is the most destructive period of modern Cambodian history begun in the summer of 1975 to the 1979. To tell the world not to misunderstand about the destruction of Cambodia a man-made disaster will be recognized as one of the great crimes of the 20th century, which was created by the mysterious regime of Angkar LeurCap Tren of Hanoi," whose wish is to incorporate Cambodia into their "Vietnamization" or indo-Chinese federation. It was not an act of god! It was Ho Chi Minh's greedy and ambitious wishes and dirty-secret-plan formulas. An ancestral prophecy predicts that one the unfortunate Khmer people will be forced to choose between being eaten by tigers (Khmer Rouge) or swallowed by crocodiles (Vietnamese). Today, we are seeing clearly that prophecy fulfilled in the most tragic way possible. The Kampuchean people are on the brink of extinction. Cambodians are on the brink of extinction, dying a slow death, murdered in the name of two conflicting types of communism. It is a struggle to the death between Kampuchean and Vietnamese communism; it is also a dispute between the two communists' giants they represent, China and Russia. The past and the present Hanoi leaders had been [and] are trying every diplomatic and legal means to eliminate the Khmer race by using the secret words of "Angkar Leurcap Tren" during the terror of war in indo-china from 1970-1979. Hanoi had used only their two secret paramount-Pol Pot and Ieng Sary -on the international levels. But in the country, they had used "mysterious young soldiers of "Angkar Leurcap Tren" to kill the Khmer innocence brutally. NORODOM Sihanouk in his finest hour...All national heritage which were collected, sorted, and stored in various large warehouses throughout the country, especially in Phnom Penh since April 17 1975, were taken to Vietnam by boats, trucks, and planes - an operation strangely resembling a large scale national plundering. This shows that the step following that of April 17, 1975 was indeed that of January 7, 1979. In 1978, Hanoi sent her secret-Special Bo Dois to capture Prince Sihanouk alive while he was under house arrest. He amazingly told us that Khmer soldiers killed all those Bo Dois at Tonle Chartaumuk of Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. Was Prince Sihanouk a real prisoner of Khmer Rouge?
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