Category Archives: 70s

Duch Choi Cha’ kai Anh

Written on Jun 11, 2017 In 1975 the Khmer Rouge converted the Tuol Svay Prey High School on the outskirts of Phnom Penh into the murderous Tuol Sleng or S-21 prison. An estimated 17,000 prisoners were subjected to the following code of behavior enforced by Comrade Duch and his killers. 1. You must answer accordingly […]

Bomb Them To The Stone Age

Written Mar 22, 2012 On March 18, 1969 President Richard Nixon ordered American B-52s to bomb Cambodia, thus kicking off a deadly air campaign supposedly directed against North Vietnamese and Khmer Rouge targets. 540,000 tons of high-ordinance bombs resulted in the deaths of anywhere from 150,000 to 500,000 civilians and countless wounded in the agrarian […]

War Criminal # 1

Written Sep 28, 2016 When I first visited Cambodia in 1998, I arrived at Phnom Penh airport on a comfortable Bangkok Air flight from Bangkok. The previous year the Khmer Rouge had ceased their guerilla war against the government forces and the country was deemed safe for tourism. After landing the plane rolled across the […]

Visions of Armaggedeon

A Jewish friend wrote that he expects an imminent nuclear exchange, because of The Gaza War. I was born with the Caul, the placenta, wrapped around my head. Celts believe it gives you the vision. I don’t see such destruction with my inner sight, but I had several vivid dreams about nuclear bombs in the […]

COLD TURKEY john lennon

I like nothing better than left-over turkey for a post-thanksgiving jolt of big bird coma, then John Lennon says it best in COLD TURKEY To view his holiday gem, please go to the following URL