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"pol pot" Discussed on Blind History
"He's buried in this this miserable a little grave. I saw a picture of it on the internet and it's this is good like a broken wooden fence around it and you know the kind of corrugated iron that you see on the roofs of so many house. South Africa, you see a lot of it in the squatter camps. It's got like a piece of bent iron over a little wooden structure and then underneath this is really just a heap of Earth which is surrounded by stones and nothing smart about it in front. There's a little altar with some incense sticks and then it's got grave of Pol Pot. No one's Too Faced it. You've gotta ask yourself how he got away. So it's got free and how his grave is not been covered in concrete like, you know, no one no one worships Stalin anymore. No one worships Hitler anymore. These people have been universally acknowledged as evil dead yet this dude. He's lying there in peace in the country that he ruined and you know, I think the K Maru sled a place in the United Nations, you know, I think it's latest turn of the century. That's a trillion at that boggles the mind. I just think that there was a lot of funny things going on with the Cold War and the us then started supporting the Khmer Rouge to take the Vietnamese out cuz there was a puppet government job. In compared yesterday was a whole lot of funny things going on and maybe that's why he he got away with it. I don't know, you know, it was very sad. Like you've already pointed out that kind of flew under the radar because there was so many bigger fish to fry in terms of international players. And Cambodia just wasn't important enough for people to pay attention. Yeah, and it just shows you not all people are equal. So it kind of in in some sick way. It proves that wage inequality is the way the state of man. Yeah. So history is not always fair and and the fact that a guy like this, you know died of natural causes and under house arrest. We're off you'd commit such atrocities. It's just it's just unbelievable boggles the mind and and of course that part of the world has never fully recovered but Cambodia has a rich in ancient history. There's obviously there's famous ruins of old watch that which comes from a much more ancient civilization that actually was part of the flag. They had the main temple in Angkor Wat as the symbol in the middle of their communist Democrat. People's Republic of kampuchea that had that that symbol on their flag. Apparently there are museums you can go to in Cambodia now where they have just walls with skulls almost like the raccoons and ROM or in in Paris, but many many more people that have died and and whose remains are now in these unbelievably huge mausolea. It's very lucrative country. And it's it's quite a place down into the South China Sea and it's got some of the the best freshwater fish in the world even today. So if you want to go and catch big freshwater fish you go to Cambodia, it's a nice area for fishing in it, but it's an interesting part of the world. I don't think though that it's completely out of the woods yet. There's still elements of the Khmer Rouge Alive and Well in that part of the world, there's still lots of fights between the Vietnamese the cambodians and many others. It's taking them literally 30 years or even more to recover if they have recovered from it. What a guy off. Um, not not one of our favorites but he fits into the same category as some of those Maniacs that we've covered before like Vlad the Impaler Stalin. Yes any of the others but you know, that doesn't seem.
"pol pot" Discussed on Blind History
"They even talk about Mal Pol Pot seems to be a second-rate dictator killer autocrat murderer despot tyrants, you know, he he's like got sick and running but this guy was a a maniac who was absolutely a maniac. I mean, it really does make some of these the Stalin's and Hitler's of the world wants to collect pennies. Did you have any personal life at all? I mean, were there any people close you are so you had two marriages his first marriage was to a lady that was linked to the royal family. So in the beginning, I mean yet he definitely was from the wealthier side of the world. And you have a child and I must be honest. I try to find out what happened to the child. You know, there's not much information on it. I looked at a picture of him though, and he seems like a pretty ordinary dude. He almost looks like a Cambodian version of Elon Musk. You know, he really doesn't look like a very dangerous person and this is a picture of him even in his old age before he died of what was a supposed heart attack. He looks like a jovial but he's smiling and laughing in this picture. He said on his deathbed virtually certainly in the last interview that anyone did with him that he had no regrets. He said everything I did I did for my country. Phenomenon now what what a strange world. You must living in your head. When you think you can get away with social engineering on the scale and really that's what he will go down in history full is trying the most audacious kind of social engineering that turn things backwards and try to eliminate all difference between people he tried to block people numbers machines robotics heartless. Absolutely. And and this is just one of the most evil things that could ever have been perpetrated Against Humanity. Do we know anything about the last years of his life where he was cuz you said he was in the jungles, you know up to kind of the nineteen-eighties, but where did he end up saying. Just close to the table border? So that's where you went deep into the jungle and it's been a lot of time then his Youth and that's we really got the love and you believe the way they lived you. See, that's the way that's all country must live. And so you're yep. Back then I think he was very well protected and he was a figurehead for the cameras for you know, right into the nineties already stepped down as their lead in nineteen eighty-five. He stayed in that area and he kept gorilla campaigns going on up until the nineties. Let's not long ago. So this movie The Killing Fields that already been put onto onto the circuit around the world and he was still doing Guerrilla campaigns in the Northern parts of Cambodia. I think in the end it fell apart and they had some sort of house arrest, but I think it was just a front you got away with it. And then you died, you know supposedly he was arrested by another senior Khmer Rouge figure and and they did sentence him to life imprisonment. But I mean he seems to have got a really easy cuz he did die of this heart failure as you say in nineteen ninety eight,.
"pol pot" Discussed on Blind History
"A gentle breeze rustles the leaves of tall palm trees which Tower over a subtropical plane. Mostly flat it has an obviously landscaped Mound shaped like three sides of a rough rectangle. It seems like an unnatural physical feature in such an otherwise perfect setting. That mound is a mass grave called Chung check. It is the final resting place of over eight thousand people who were beaten to death with whatever was at Hand by the henchmen of Pol Pot. He ruled Cambodia for only four years and despite his horrific.
"pol pot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Pol Pot learn how to be evil in the parish okay okay yeah let's let's see yes Steve in Chandler Arizona thank you for calling hello Steve Dennis how you doing I'm fine my country is a yeah and under that one of his students to share my personal experience something what happened in the if you years ago at twelve twenty fifty I got I got laid off and walked up to a point no never abused drugs alcohol never used drugs and and when I got laid off the fact that that extra amount of pressure on Emily on my marriage like on the what would be the beginning of of my love my drug addiction that that that started if you started with this we haven't yet after being killed in the in the in the medicine cabinet and you know the started to slowly and and just got out of control and again did and stuff and so even though there was no gas you know if my family as a result of the right office the disruption to my wife my kids lives my my my my my ex wife it wasn't good and it's just that the light off and just explodes right exactly but we haven't tried to think of this that be multiplied from a contact people that's right you know being laid off millions of thousands okay yeah they're just they're just so many elements that that happened one are you are you are you still addicted well yeah the question was inaccurate are you still using the matter always about a you know it would be something that I think was doctor bomber I I forget yes eight years ago and it it's just like just like a light bulb industry before I even knew her abuse he said those who don't experience pain or Alex and it just so profound because that data network who are different it is it's it's been seeking of removal of any sort of discomfort or help in your life and you know when you get laid off and so right now are you still using no no no did you go to work early to go to a rehab program where you did it on your own no I went through my church right I thank god you should write a piece you will you always to the country I'm serious right right describe what happened was because you were laid off he's forty three years old eventually got laid off sixty three years old fifty three years old Steve has a NO forty three is relatively young the the contempt vector V. of a left early science community has for those of us who worry about these people is despicable but it's okay the contempt is mutual Steve a Steve with Steve day of their lives Prager show Northridge California high so you got me I do well very good I want I've watched that movie felt safe social spaces that I want to tell you is the most fantastic movie I've watched it all for a long time right around sh instructor with well thank you all comment on that and what was your other comment hello I'm laid off I'm seventy four and what are the odds of me finding something to do while I'm laid off however and so two god I know how exactly so it's going to take care of it but there's so many people out there yes you're a good man your love your whole one thinking about by the way it is a great film that's all I can say it's a great film safe spaces and if user what does that save twenty five twenty fifths twenty dollars if you could you could keep re re saying of share with others till may thirtieth I mean it's it's it's fantastic film and it's really in really important it'll move you you'll laugh you'll get moved go to No safe spaces dot com the film and Adam corolla Aaron you get a kick out of seeing me whatever size screen you know.
Washing hands key in stopping coronavirus spread: Are you doing it correctly?
"There's no question that the outbreak has most of us washing our hands more often but doctors say a lot of us are not using the proper technique goals Connie Thompson spent part of the day at the U. dub Medical Center with a doctor who showed her exactly what many of us overlook if you really want to get rid of germs on your hands a simple pass of soap and water doesn't cut it Dr Pol Pot inter directs the infectious diseases clinic at UW Madison here's how the medical pros do what we always start by getting him to west you don't apply simply dry hands wet your hands first then leather up and here's where a lot of us dropped the ball don't just wash your poems because there's other parts of the hands were the germs can hide the Baxter classic you really want to get between the fingers from the time we start studying we should spend a minimum of twenty seconds about the time it takes to sing our A. B. C. really getting that soap all over hands so finger to finger back to front front to back and you've got to pay attention to the phone the phone has a lot of work it's neglected and it's a part of the hand washing cycles sometimes people forget and it'll start in the middle and really try to get my finger tips that's another place that can be tough to get if you just rubbing your hands to run my fingers a little spot like that from my poems and it's been about twenty seconds it was actually twenty nine and if you have to use your hand to turn off the water use that tell to do that you don't we contaminated hands when you shut it off and to prevent picking up new germs skip the handshakes go with the fist bump for the docks preference the error fist bump even better but the elbows instead again the key areas most of us miss by the backs of our hands our thumbs and especially our finger tips was spread all those terms when we touch our eyes and our noses and our mouths you can find more of Connie stories on our website commodities dot com just check the consumer
The Truth is the Word of God
"The truth is the word of God and Grace. Has God's undeserved favor but it's also the power of the Holy Spirit coming to me freely to help me do what I could never do on my own. That's also a manifestation of God's grace and when I was back in my little religious boat going to church all the time and I worked in Church. Day was an elder in the church. I mean we we cared about God. We Love God but I mean it was a mess behind closed doors at home. I mean I might look saved on Sunday but it left on Monday even know what I'm talking about and I mean I always get along with everybody as long as nobody was home. It was when the people came in that I had a problem man. Oh boy all day long. I could be so spiritual. Oh thank you. Jesus head motherless. Cd's I'd do my dishes and look out the window and sing. My worship songs and the garage door was right back here where the kids came in from school. You remember that Sandy. We lived on Cadenas and now sandy beautiful. Sandy was a bit clumsy and she did things like draw. Pol Pot's of vegetables soup in the middle of the kitchen floor and I'm telling the truth right and and then I had another daughter who was like. Oh my gosh. She came in and she just. There was a trail of Laura. He's in here to somewhere. I don't know where she's at but I'm talking about you to shed this trail of stuff going through the House and so I was pretty good. Thank you Jesus. And then somebody sandy might fall in the door and throw her books across the room and then Laura would run in and go back and get on the phone. And I'm telling you what I could just turn into a totally different human being. I mean it was like let me tell you what. The old man got a quick resurrection. I had him hidden away somewhere where I could get him out if I needed him. I hadn't killed him yet. What is the matter are white people? Why can't we have any around here on anybody get it and then of course feel guilty? You see the same devil that tempts you to act. Ridiculous is the same one that makes you feel guilty when you follow his suggestions a man and I'm GonNa tell you something. I want you to listen to me. My behavior did not change until I stopped feeling guilty about my bad behavior. I repented. I was always sorry for everything that I did wrong. So if you repent and you're sorry then the sin is removed God forgives them and removes them as far as the East is from the West. So if there's no sin there's nothing to feel guilty about it now you're GonNa make me. Do it again see. We almost think it's holy to feel bad about ourselves. Let me beat them us. You know what we're doing trying to add are suffering. Jesus is suffering. Okay I have to tell you my story. You're making me go into different direction. I don't want to hear goes. I remember walking through a parking lot in this town with my invisible sack of guilt that I carry it everywhere I went and it had me burdened down. I don't even remember what I did. It didn't matter I did something everyday. So what difference does it make and I parked way out in the back of the parking lot because I wanted to feel pitiful as I walked through the parking lot. And I'm telling you what God started. And he said Howdy plan to get over the sin. Why do the right answer you know the answer you know? Sometimes we would just do what we would counsel somebody else to do. We'd be in good shape. I knew the answer said. We'll I'll just repeat the sacrifice that you made for me. When you died on calvary I was kinda proud of myself I thought it even kind of rhyme and then the next thought that God put in my heart as I see. When did you plan to do that? Just when did you plan to do that? And I knew that I knew already knew where God was going and I thought probably in about three days because that's about how long if it was a medium skin some minor infraction might only be a few hours but if it was a medium soon. It was about a three day guilt trip. Now Fun no laughter. Hang your head beat on yourself think. About how bad you are how good you are so that must have been a medium soon because I remember tell more probably about three days and the next thought that I had was you know God talks to you through your thoughts. Sometimes you know that don't you? We do have some holy thoughts to go along with some of the ones that aren't so great sacrifice going to be good in three days. Why's it good right now if that's going to be good in three days? Why isn't it good right now? And then what he showed me was. You're trying to add your misery to my suffering and either I did a good and a complete job or I need your help which I don't and I want you to listen to me. Listen BECAUSE IF I had to go in a different direction to get this across you I wanNa make sure you get it. This is what I remember the Lord. Putting my heart. What if you don't mind if it's not too much trouble would you just go ahead and receive my forgiveness today because listen because frankly? I'm trying to use you and I have a lot for you to do now. Listen and this is what he said. And you are no good to me at all in that condition. God wants us to learn how to repent say. I'm sorry then gone. And you're never gonNA change as long as you keep feeling guilty now. Obviously if you keep doing the wrong thing but that's not anybody who really if you're looking for an excuse to send your in a wrong building. I mean this is. That's not where we're going this week and we're not. We're not here to babysit people who have no intention of having any kind of a life change. I mean if you really are GonNa live in known purposeful habitual sin. Then you better go back. Check your salvation. Because that's just not the way that people that are genuinely saved live. That's just not what we do. There is a life waiting for us. That is unbelievable. Don't you think for a minute that the devil won't try to steal it from Your Luke Chapter Four now? There's a lot of this. Don't have time to do it. All but luke chapter four the first thirteen versus Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit out into the wilderness to be tempted of the Devil. Forty days and forty nights. Yes sometimes God will back all the enemies attacking you because he wants you to know who you are. And he wants the devil to know who you are. And so in Luke chapter four which I'm about to find here there. It is verse three says then the Devil said to Jesus if you are the son of God ordered this stone to turn into a loaf of bread now in these. Three specific things to them was an attack on his identity. If you are the son of God let me tell you. There is nothing no area where the enemy will attack you more than about your identity. Well who do you think you are and just who are you anyway. Child of God. God loves you. Who Do you think you are? And that's why we have to know that we know that we know who we are in Christ and that nothing that we've done in the past makes any difference now. I don't care what you did before. Christ you are a new creature in Christ now quit. Living in those old filthy worn out rags and put on the new creature and the new nature and begin to hold your head back and walk in it remember. You gotta believe it before you're going to see it in your life as long as you believe. You're a national stadium mess as soon as you start to believe the right way than the right thing will begin to happen in your life if you are the son of God. Then the devil took him up on a high mountain showed him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time and he said to him I will give all this power and authority and their glory magnificence and excellence to you. It's been turned over to me and I will give it to whomsoever I will. That's a whole message in itself. You Know Adam is the one that gave it to the enemy. He added authority in the garden. And when he disobeyed God the Devil said it's mine. I'll give it to him so I want to. Adam gave it to him but Jesus took it back for anybody who will take the ground that Jesus Guide to give.
"pol pot" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Updates times corrupt. I update from Super Northern Sucker Walker. Mike malador with message to keep on fighting through the tough times. Mike writes dear suck master Lord comes to third esquire longtime listener first-time right in disclaimer. The first bit might be a little hard to listen to. So buckle up mother suckers first off I would love if you could give a shout out to my beautiful strong Intel wife Veronica Veronica. We've we've been married for almost eight years. She's about to give birth or son Elijah. She's doing the fourth of March. We married very young. She had a little girls age. Fifteen that I'm proud to call my daughter I know I know. Oh that's That's a little young to have a kid but that didn't stop my wife from becoming the best mother. I could have asked for in a partner so throughout our lives as young couple. 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Those family friend was one of the sheriff's deputies that was investigating the case. He never told us anything. But you could see the work in. That case took a toll on his mental health. I remember put an amber ribbons on trees around school. For Shasta and Dylan was a first time experience. The sadness that pure evil leaves in its wake. I remember when they announced Lay's death my brother was stunned. He was in sixth grade. Had to process says to one of his friends was dead and he was never coming back to school and that not only does evil exist but it doesn't discriminate. My brother is almost thirty now has a wife and a daughter and refuses to go tent camping because he's afraid that his daughter will be taken in their sleep. Cord Lane was a safe place up until that point on Halloween we would go trick or treating for miles without adult supervision. I never felt scared. Walk into school to ride my bike down to lake with my friends the summertime after Dunkin kidnapped cronies. My sleepy. Little town was never the same. Wherever I went? There was always that joy. He's stealing thought that I could be kidnapped and killed. Never went up fourth July pass would pass their home. The empty windows always seemed extra dark inside. The House was vacant for years until it was finally demolished which was oddly relieving. It was like destroying a dictator statue. It was free. The man had no power here anymore. I still live CD. Have a wife and ten month old daughter and even though Dunkin's evil rain is over. I still have that joy stealing thought in the back of my mind but now it's for my wife and daughter. I am always exhaustingly vigilance when I'm out with my family and crowded places or public areas. Joseph Duncan didn't just destroy the lives one family. He robbed an entire city's children of their innocence. I'm glad that sixth son of a bitches locked up with no chance of getting out. It'd be nice if they just fucking or or sorry. I had A. It'd be nice if they killed him. Already though. Sam Wagner thank you Sam for reminding us how many people these pieces of shit victimize yeah hope we hear about Dunkin dying soon Just so you know Sometimes they'll just petty and pray doesn't really accomplish much but sometimes I still goes blog and I leave posts. I leave posts about all all the fun things I get to do. Because I'm free not imprison and remind him how he he will never get to do. Any of those things Ever again and and and I make my life better I li- according to my post. I live near the ocean. Walk on the beach lot I enjoy the sunshine the water's good Taco place You know it's not as cold as it is where he is. Apparently around a lot of cool restaurants with food is the best fit on the planet delicious. I lean how good it is. I know that I have a lot more time than actually do in life to have tons of sex and you know super awesome sex my wife and I hope he raises and I hope the fucking torture so. I don't know if you WANNA do that. It feels good for me last email coming in from young kick ASS meat sack face. Make Brian going to end on a on a good one day. Faith rights. Hello Master sucker King of the suck all of good stuff. My name is faith. I'm sixteen I'm writing in to tell you how a comment you made in your brothers Grimm Suck touched me and my dad. He's not my biological father but he is my dad. His name is Steven. He's by far the most amazing person I will ever know my biological parents succumbed to addiction. I was homeless for all of my childhood up until that point my mom my four brothers and me would sleep wherever we could friends relatives until we couldn't anymore. It was a dangerous environment parties every single night. Strange people coming in and out drunk and high. I took care of all my siblings since I can remember in third grade. I met a girl named Sarah. Her Parents Karen Steve Realized I was in a bad situation to care me the best day. Care without fully taken me in so not to scare my mother. My mom finally realized that she couldn't take care of US anymore. So she she let us go by. Brothers went to live with my grandparents. North Carolina and Karen and Steve Finally got legal custody of me last November. Karen Sarah Left. This was extremely difficult. Offer me because Sarah's my best friend for five years straight she brought me into a place that I felt safe in for the first time in my life and Karen. She told me that she would never leave me. Or let me go which isn't always will be one of my big exiled. These people I love and trust leaving so many people have walked out of my life like it was nothing leaving me to wonder why in thinks so hard and so much. Turn it into my fault believing that there is is something wrong with me. MAKING PEOPLE WANNA leave Karen leaving deepen that exciting me but Steve State he had nothing but we the best dad. I've ever known the biggest supporter Puerto I could ever ask for. I sent in the time stamp of you talking about people taking in kids that weren't there. Intimate is both deeply emotional difference maker. You said those words always stick with us us. Thank you Dan. You strengthen our relationship with your words. I couldn't be more thankful absolutely love. Your podcast myself. relisting two episodes when there's not a new one. Why love it? Faith love you the love the relationship. You and Steve Half Man. Yeah you don't need to be blood to be an awesome parent so hug your dad for me Sunday. Steve was a fucking champion of love. Love what you just shared You know glad glad you have Steve. I hope life just gets better and better for you and you can you know. Put all this You know Things you've dealt with behind you more and more as you go as you go forward. You had a rough beginning but it's but it sounds like you're doing pretty well now and it sounds like a lot of that. Thanks Steve. 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"pol pot" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Time away number one will the Cambodian genocide took a perhaps as high as as many as three million live is still not even the top five mass murders as far as overall death count the twentieth century. Oh my heck what is wrong with us. Sometimes number two communism's it's terrible. Haven't mentioned that. I think I think I have. Maybe whether or not any of this Shit Lords Extol and Mauer Pol Pot ever tried legit Marxist communism or not will always be up for debate. But you know what I mean. What if you don't get the formula just right as gulags genocide killing fields us? Let's just end it commerce. Why did you have to do that? Number Three Pol Pot was a teacher who didn't like teachers like so many dictators he didn't want thinkers around. Why is that because there are smart enough to see through his stupid bullshit tens of thousands of intellectuals intellectuals doctors teachers political distance were executed during his purges losing those intellectuals crippled Cambodia's recovery efforts after his regime was toppled number for this is just another subsidy illustrates how wicked we meet? SACS can be to one another tribalism more than real as the history of humanity. Pol Pot started by getting rid of everyone who wasn't like Kim and then well you know he also rid of others like him but his purchase began the tribalism so so maybe no more travelers number five new info and the years following the calamity. l'amitie Cambodia began opening up the international community game with survivor sharing their stories and recollections. If you WANNA learn more about to compare rouge and what. They did to Cambodia watched the nineteen eighty-four British biographical biographical drama film called the killing fields based on victims firsthand experiences. The film brought.
"pol pot" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"On those boots soldier. Where marching down a time SAGA anti flying? Let's go way back this when let's start somewhere between eleven thousand seven hundred and two point five million years ago. There's some evidence for ice age human occupation of present-day Cambodia which includes kluge quartz and quartzite pebble tools found in terraces along the Mekong River in Stung Treng Kratie provinces and in Kampot province although other data is unreliable so great crystal. Please don't tell my wife Lindsey so convinced ourselves these early Cambodians were fucking wizard or something By six thousand BC not there were for sure. Ancient people live somewhere Living where present day. Excuse me Cambodia's signs of early. Humans found in a cave and the bottom Bong province. The first I rice farmers migrated down into Cambodia from the North beginning in the late third millennium BC the second millennium BC iron beginning to be worked within Cambodia. Some Iron Age settlements found dating back to roughly four thousand years ago. Burials from this time testified to the improvement of food availability and trade by the fourth century BC trade relations with India had been well established different kinds of glass beads showed that there were several active trading networks Excuse me during the third fourth and fifth centuries ce the Indian states Japan and his successor Chen La Coalesced in present day Cambodia and southwestern Vietnam for more than two thousand years what was to become Cambodia absorbed influences insys from India. Pass them onto other Southeast Asian nations or civilizations like Thailand and Laos Cambodia was a nexus between Indian culture in South West You Know Oh Asian culture a link between different traditions Can was the next extreme Southeast Asian Culture an eight O two CE Kamerhe Mayor Empire grew out of the remnants of Chen La when King Gye Jayavarman the second declared independence and proclaimed himself A GOD-LIKE MONARCH DOC. He and his followers instantly cult of the God king and begin a series of conquest of formed empire which flourished in the area from the ninth to fifteenth centuries. He presented himself Gulf as did many of his descendants as a living. God sweet that is about the most devotion to human can achieve here on earth to become a God king. I'll be terrible. Oh God came to moody to be left alone too much and I probably become pretty corrupt. Do whatever I wanted. No one can question me because I got. I mean who wouldn't become corrupt. The situation God is hang grace. Everybody's gotTa fuck alone God's donating a sandwich. Then God's GonNa probably take a nap for a bit so keep keep leaving God alone got sick your questions. God stickier prayers. We're starving cook a gimpy leg. Got Sick of it every day after my nap guys probably want to spend some time with this with this concert with his hair in private. God's GonNa need again and guys come on chill out the pool price leave some more so basically just instead of fuck away from God or Gods can have you killed okay all right just leave tributes at the palace Gates fucking beat it dirty peasants by the Twelfth Century The Royal God King Empire Become Southeast Asia's largest empire. The Empire Center of power was anger where a series of capitals were constructed during the Empires Zenith talked about that earlier around the thirteenth century. Monks from Sri Lanka introduced Buddhism to Southeast Asia Buddhism spread it eventually displaced Hinduism as the popular religion. And just like that. No more God kinks just regular old Shitty kinks. Fourteen thirty two anger was sacked by the I eat thea kingdom that there is a Thailand. Shortly after second anger the city was abandoned because of ecological failure infrastructure breakdown which led to a long period of social economic and cultural stagnation Q.. The Cambodian Dark Ages over four hundred years of continually shifting leadership and land of Cambodia being ruled by variety of other donations for most of the dark age period. Cambodia was under the thumb of either the Vietnamese or the Siamese and Siamese I don't mean that they were real by a bunch of conjoined identical twins it No not that Siamese although that would be super awesome for storytelling purposes. A Siamese in this context means from Siam which is what Thailand used to be called and why were conjoined twins by the twins whose bodies fused together in some way who generally share certain organs or in some cases entire body. Why were they called? Siamese twins take a ticket international detour. Okay just for funsies. Because I've I got into weird wormhole and honest share this with you. Siamese twins that comes from from the first internationally known conjoined twins were from Siam. They were tie right Chang bunker born in eighteen. Eleven lived until they were sixty. Eighty two years old permanently connected the sternum for sixty two years right from the middle of the chest. They were connected by flexible. Circular Band of flesh and cartilage about a five inches long. I there were five inches away from being like chest bumping for sixty two years tragically had they been born today could have easily easily been surgically separated. I know again. This has nothing to with Pol Pot but I just want to tell you this story just a quick little like suck within a suck. This shit is crazy at the eighteen. these twins moved to the. US toured in a freak show for about a decade. Made A shitload of money held onto that money then settled down. Near Mount Airy. North Carolina became slave owners. They got married. Each of them got married. Their wives were sisters father. twenty-one children between the two of them their families lived in separate houses and these guys would take turns living in each house. He's been his feet as one half of one do could be with. His wife spent a few days in the next house so that guy could be his wife. Today they have over fifteen hundred descendants most of whom still live in North Carolina man. What's strange lives? They lead. Think about father in those kids. When one of the brothers who haven't sexist wife? The other brother was right there because of the way their sterns were connected he couldn't even turn away is Dick was no more than like. What fucking three feet from his other brothers Dick at all times each brother for sure heard other brother having sex unless there is closed each and every time they watched the join in in? I don't know they reach over for Aslam from time to time. Sticking little help or one brother like lay on the bed and maybe had a blanket over him all his other brother got busy. What about masturbation astor base in my mind goes to the sodium weird places like what about taking shit one rather have to sit in a chair or not even that because of the way that they were connecting Cucuta have to face his brother kind of lean down so the one brother take shit and he would just be like fucking looking right his brothers face? She's Christ weird existence. Good for them. I'm for carbon. Regular lives out for themselves. They never knew any different. I go mad never able to get awake. Somebody Weird ending. They didn't die the exact same time. One brother died in asleep. The other brother woke up. Talk to some other family. Members is dead brothers connected to him and he died a few hours later. I'm sure because some weird situation where you know the the tissues going back Just blew my mind going to that little side road for a second. We're GONNA do suck some then. Conjoined twins can we I find it so fascinating. Eighty just just a weird concept to be connected to somebody to share part of your body with somebody for your whole life okay. Back to the Cambodian. Dr Gauges all right. All right right around. Four Hundred Years Cambodia was under the thumb as I said earlier of either the Vietnamese or the Siamese in the nineteenth century struggle between Siam in Vietnam for control of Cambodia resulted in period When Vietnamese officials attempted to force a compare to adopt Vietnamese customs this led to several rebellions against Vietnamese AMIS beginning to eighteen forty one? They would appeal to Cambodia. Would appeal to Thailand for assistance The Siamese Vietnamese war the Thai Vietnamese war kicked off ended in eighteen. Forty five with an agreement to place the country the country under basically joint custody. That's what we're that's pretty rare right For One Nation to be overseen by two separate countries. Who Don't even really get along by like like a weird fucking nation kid of divorced nation? Parents ranked Cambodia's with Vietnam Vietnam during the week. You know Vietnam is making sure that Cambodia's doing its homework even three square meals a day going to bed on time and weekend. Dad Siam shows up fucks everything. Siam Cambodia stay up way too late as Cambodia have pop tarts for breakfast and dinner hot potato chips in mountain dew for lunch scientists Cambodia. What's already two movies? Ride his bike around a helmet. Come out so I am. You're making Vietnam like an asshole trying to make sure Cambodia as all the tools that he needs to become successful muscle grownup country someday. Eighteen sixty three the Thai King Norodom Decides. He needs protection. The Siamese and the Vietnamese are going to keep fighting over Cambodian Camnbodian Cambodia's going to keep them for help. We reached out to France by eighteen. Sixty seven the talking signed a treaty with France and renounced. Its custody of Cambodia. Can you have them. We can dads out in exchange for control of some other provinces custody of Cambodia's now officially given to France Vietnam relinquish Cambodia's Going to be protectorate colony of France from eighteen sixty seven nineteen fifty-three now part of French Indochina. Although it was occupied by the Japanese emperors for bit for a little bit during World War Two which already went over Why did France want land? All this land in Southeast Asia will money always about money high taxes on local consumption goods like assault opium and rice. Alcohol filled conference the French colonial government that we talked about this in the Vietnam by just those three items comprised forty four percent of the government's budget by nineteen twenty. The French began in the nineteen thirties to exploit the area's natural resources. What is now Vietnam became rich source of zinc tin and coal as well as cash crops such as rice rubber coffee and tea in Cambodia supplied pepper rubber and rice the availability of plentiful high quality rubber led to the establishment famous French tire companies such as Michelin whole time during the Dark Ages? The French protectorate period Cambodia continues to have its own royal family. They don't always get to lead with the Lynch continues to get to you. Know sitting on thrones and wave sceptres time-to-time nineteen forty one. The Japanese Empire Invades French. Indochina takes over for a bit. Their occupation ends nineteen forty five nineteen forty-six following the Second World War. France expects the other allied powers to return its Indochinese colonies to its control with the people of China have different ideas. They expected to be granted. Independence after the war and this difference of opinion leads to the First Indochina War and eventually leads to the Vietnam conflict. France reimposes protectorate in Nineteen forty-six in Cambodia as I touched on earlier a new constitution permits Cambodians to form political parties. Include Communist Party's decision comes back to haunt the French communist Communist. Guerrillas began an armed campaign against their French occupiers and overlords nineteen fifty Cambodian communist joined forces with Vietnamese Communists against French colonialism. Nineteen fifty threes. I touched on earlier as well. Cambodia wins independence from France. Most Cambodians Super Happy. Not all are when French. Indochina's given independence Cambodia loses hope of regaining control over the Mekong Delta. As that land is awarded Vietnam it was disputed formerly part of the Khmer Empire that Delta had been controlled by the Vietnamese since nine or sixteen ninety eight but tens of thousands of ethnic Kamerhe still live in the area cute tension between the Cambodian Vietnamese. It still exists to this day in one thousand nine hundred ninety four Vietnamese communist under Ho Chee Men defeat the French and the French. Give up their claims to the former protectorate of French Indochina the US fearing during that whole itchy men will add Vietnam Communist bloc enters the war. The French abandoned giving us the beginning the very beginning of the French or of the Vietnam. Excuse me conflict as I also mentioned earlier as the Vietnam conflict intensifies in the late fifties and early sixties Cambodia tries to stay the hell out of it maintain a position of neutrality. But they can't stay out of it. You don't get to stay out of the Cold War when you're in a place like Cambodia. The Cambodians allow Vietnamese Communist..
"pol pot" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"As always your balls will thank you name route. Hail Nimrod for sponsorship never thought as a kid I ended up getting sponsored by anything I was just something cool. You'll pro skateboarders or NASCAR driver Scott. I couldn't skate for Shit and driving. A Honda didn't in his accu. Prepare me for the race. Track somehow worked out of this silly nerd. If it's funny sometimes okay so brief recap on what we've gone over so far Pol Pot. Pot was not originally Pol Pot right he was. He was born into a small fishing village. Born into a family that was doing far better than the average peasant born to a family connected to Cambodian royalty and then and he was raised around royalty in the capital city of Phnom Penh. He was given the best educational opportunities to Cambodia. Had to offer He was unable to take advantage of those opportunities because he was not a good student. Why wasn't he good? We don't know we don't know if he had limited intellectual abilities reached didn't pay attention I would. I'm going to demonstrate going forward. I think he was kind kind of a fucking dummy Which worked out terribly for Cambodia? He ended up getting to study in Paris where he continued to not do well in school but he did really get into communism at a time when Cambodia was transitioning from being a protectorate of France. Returning to a monarchy. The Cold War was happening all around with his time in nineteen fifty four after a long war against France. It's the first Indochina War. North Vietnam had become a communist nation Laos became a communist nation. Nineteen fifty-three China had become a communist. Asian back in nineteen forty nine. Nine Thailand had allied itself with the United States a large contingent of communists were fighting for control of Burma. The South East Asian peninsula was very much caught up in the Cold War. So how much of Asia was. North Korea became a combination following World War Two at the end of nineteen forty five. It was becoming impossible. Cambodia to not pick aside you had to align yourself at least Lee someone with a pro communist nation or a pro capitalist nation there was no third option Pol Pot would push Cambodia into communism with horrible results. So let's explore that push now while also learning more about the history of Cambodia as we launch into our second time. Suck Timeline Ashraf on those boots soldier. Where marching down a time SAGA anti flying?.
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"Problems? Let let's get eldest ding-dong in today's time suck timeline trap on those boots soldier where Martin down a time suck doc timelines. POPAT is believed to have been born may nineteenth nineteen eighteen. Twenty five in the Kompong Thom province in Cambodia. Even though his official birth date is may twenty Fifth Nineteen Twenty eight. A lot of mysteries around this guy. We're GONNA procedures procedures if he was born. Nineteen twenty five. That's what most people seem to kind of believe his birth name is as you just learned. saloth SAR. Sweet sounds conquer star wars character. It doesn't it sounds. Sounds like a fifth so la Sarre Horn. Dude you know fights was you know maybe three lightsabres hates is andy walks strongly sexually attracted. Did you Baca apprentice of Darth Bane rides a hover board rocks ratail. I Dunno paint a picture of my mind anyway. Salah SARS parents were ethnic Kamerhe Air Ninety seven percents of Cambodia or ethnic Chimaera Chimaera speak to compare language are typically Buddhists and by the way it is pronounced Kamera while a lot of Docs for for this one of the several pronunciation guides. Seems to be said that way every time and I say this is a preemptive strike got some emails give me some. This is how you say advice which is nice but this week. The suggestions seemed to be wrong. Maybe set differently in French or native Cambodian. Pretty sure it's In English I love you guys okay. There are over fifteen fifteen million people living in Cambodia today with about one point five million living in Vietnam Over a million in Thailand over three hundred thousand in the US most of whom or either people who fled Pol Pot's compare rouge or their descendants after that eighty thousand France fifty thousand South Korea forty thousand in Australia thirty thousand in Malaysia Twenty-five Thousand Canada and then it dipped substantially there. There aren't many other compare Rouge in the world. No other country has more than ten thousand overall the Chimera people fairly small Asian ethnic group you know comparatively philosopher born in the village of a tiny fishing village less than ten houses today by houses. I mean tiny dilapidated dwellings. Sit atop a stilts they don't get flooded by the river below him buildings. What looks to be some sort of kind of tropical swamp swamp buildings? I would ask for money back if I bought one to use his shed Looks Pretty Rough there Things were bid better in this village when Pol Pot was a child definitely better for him and his family. They were big fishes in this very small pond. They may have lived in a little village but they weren't hurting for money. You know right there were connected more on that in a bit. Salah's little village that lesson in a two miles west of the provincial capital of Kompong Thom Little City of about thirty thousand very rural rural vibe. Lotta Open Air. Markets still still mostly a dirt roads based US travel videos. I watched some ninety miles. North of Phnom Penh Cambodia's largest city city of over two million. Phnom Penh was once what's known as the Pearl of Asia it was considered to be one of the loveliest French built cities in Asia in the nineteen twenties back when the French were all up and Southeast Asia's Ass Cambodia had become a French protectorate being essentially colonized back in the late nineteenth century. So lots father. Pencil off was a prosperous farmer with fifty acres ten times the amount analyst possessed by the average farmer the farmer time so he had riceland several draft cattle. Comfortable tile roof house is neighbors may have lived in sheds on still got damaged but he lived in a suite S. tiled super cool. Shed like a luxury shed kind of like a gated community type. Shed Salat SARS mother suck. NAM was widely respected in the district for her piety community. Involvement for being hottest faulk She apparently was a looker. floss was the eighth of nine children. Two of whom were girls. Five of the nine survived all the way into the nineteen ninety s In addition to having a little more land in their neighbors something else that set Pol Pot's family apart from others in the region where its connections the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh Cambodia had and still does have a royal family The Cambodian royals when Saloth was born basically puppet leaders or the French really control things things Before the French controlled Cambodia. It was a proper kingdom back in the twelfth century. The empire was actually Southeast Asia's largest and most powerful kingdom. They had a good run over eleven hundred square miles in size. It's capital anger Was the largest pre industrial city entire world. And it's twelve th century temple. Angor Watt is the largest religious monument existing in the World Beautiful Hope to see it firsthand. Someday saw saw his cousin. Meek joined the royal ballet the nineteen twenties twenties and the closing years of the reign of King who reigned from nine hundred ninety four to nineteen twenty seven meek was another hot little thing Fena and she soon became a consort of the King's eldest son. Prince CICERO's Mong. She bore him a son. Costs Rock shortly before monitoring became king in nineteen twenty seven. He would rule until nineteen forty. One Dude had lots of concerts which was totally allowed a normal even expected for Cambodian royalty he had at least six officially recognized concerts. Led the French French Actually run things while he lived in luxury had sex with his concerts and occasionally put on a crown and wave to his people that was his life. Seems like pretty cushy life in late nineteen twenty s SARS older brother lost swung went to Phnom Penh to work as Royal Palace clerk swung worked in the palaces clerk until nineteen seventy five actually in the early nineteen forties. What he's married another royal dancer Chase again? His family is connected exist. On the periphery of luxury. Salah sister lost wrong wrong along also joined the ballet at some point. Nineteen thirties became a concert concert as well consort of King Mong La Hot Ladies Lady to Pol Pot. When he was as young man he was said to be extremely handsome lookers? The pots wasn't really the parsoes a source They had a good lots of land. Connections you know attractive. Why would Salah's have to go fucking full COMU- later ruin it ruin all this stuff interesting? Pol Pot seemed to have had so many connections to the Cambodian monarchy never spoke much about these connections later emphasized his humble beginnings routes a farmer which wasn't really that true. He wasn't the son of a humble farmer who was a prosperous farmer closely related to the Royal Family early in early nineteen thirty four when Salah Star was eight. He had an older brother went to live with his cousin and consort of King Monotone and Dom Pen living delivered royal residents residents for an unknown period of time. Some sources say. He was six when he went in the time. Line of Early Childhood little inconsistent from source to source. Because as I pointed out earlier we don't know exactly when he was born. Nineteen Twenty eight or nineteen twenty five saga. Fay's also say you spent a year going to school at a Buddhist monastery when he first moved to Phnom Penh later went to Catholic school. More biographies biography say he went to a Roman Catholic primary school when he first arrived in Phnom Penh the e Kola Mitch while his cousin meek paid his tuition fees. Most of his classmates were the children of French bureaucrats at the school and Catholic Vietnamese. He became literate in French and familiar with Christianity. This time he also struggled a heavily in school. Salah's was not academically. Gifted all sources seem to agree on that was held back two years in school when Pol Pot lived there You you know. Phnom Penh was asleep sun-drenched town that had been established as the capital of French protectorate. Eighteen sixty six. The city was built in the shape of a rectangle running north south south along the Western Bank of the tonle sap river which flowed into the much longer Mekong River at that point lots of public buildings such as the Post Office Library Railroad. The station resembled billions in France Soda tree-lined avenues radiating from the public gardens to the north and the shaded promenades along the river unlike the Cambodian countryside. which is almost almost exclusively populated by people to capital city was ethnically mixed in nineteen thirty six? Roughly half of its population of one hundred thousand people were immigrant Chinese and Vietnamese. He's and these people dominated the commercial sector of town. Forty five thousand Cambodians lived around the palace as monks in monasteries or bureaucrats farmers artisans Petty traders in southern Western sectors of the city. Many of them were poor and not as prosperous as the Chinese and Vietnamese living there at the western edge of the city of the Cambodians Camnbodian bamboo and wooden houses raised on stilts surrounded by mango and banana trees with domestic animals roam underneath were indistinguishable from rural dwellings. It'll sheds don sticks live jungle. Shed life can only imagine how hot was inside. These sheds net huge Glen. I think it's mango trees in my notes. But I'm questioning I don't I don't now I'm thinking I don't think there is banana trees. Maybe the race but scratched up from the record. Mango Trees Yeah can only imagine how hot it was inside. Shed Dead Zone Humid jungle climate lot of sweaty but cracks backed in. Unless you're royalty your butt crack probably was literally always sweaty from birth to death. Just beads of sweat run down your Butt Valley at the northern edge of the city the Small Hill Phnom Penh or excuse me the gave the city's name Phnom Penh a means the hill. The Lady Penh. The Hill was crowned by Seventeenth Century Monastery several Buddhist reliquary Lorella queries. The area been landscaped by the French and to a twenty five Acre Park with a small malls zoo flora clocks from statues bandstand. Several outdoor. Cafes is really pretty beautiful sounds lovely you know later on Paul would fuck ruined all this. Roughly half a mile south of Phnom facing the river was the royal palace whose main building designed by French architects and thai-cambodian style in the early nineteen hundreds said back from the foreshore behind manicured lawns. White and cream. Buildings with green adorned. Tiled roofs glittering in the sun resembled a Buddhist temples scattered throughout the city. Give give a passer-by glimpse of resplendent ethereal wealth must have been a cool place for Pol Pot to grow up especially since he was. You know You know connected to the royalty beginning when Paul vows elementary school the first stirrings of nationalism and Cambodian started to arise three young Cambodians affiliated with the Buddhist Institute in Phnom Penh received permission from the French and to publish language newspaper. Angor Watt the first of its kind in Cambodian history. Angor Watt reported the activities of Cambodia's elite reprinted ended the texts of regulations and decrees an editorials urged Cambodians to awaken to catch up with the Chinese and Vietnamese who dominated commercial life. Come on right does have some pride. That's why why. Why are they doing better than us kind of thing? The paper had a circulation of over five thousand copies weekly readership particularly among Buddhist monks. Who Pass copies from hand to hand probably much higher? So Salah's is born during the period when Cambodians or wanting to regain their cultural identity and atonomy sounds familiar to me. Sounds like Germany in the nineteenth century. Oh people people who feel like they got something to prove nine hundred forty one. When slots was around sixteen? He finally completed primary studies. Initially he fails. It's entrance wants exams for high school again. He's not a good student following year. Nineteen forty two twenty boys from various Cambodian provinces are selected. As first class to attend a new school the.
"pol pot" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Eyes on you owe sailing Chia. Yes You one of the windward. The islands Saint Lucia or saint. Lucia was named after Saint Lucy of Syracuse. Yes it is one of the two countries in the world named after after it historical woman so Saint Lucia is named after Saint Lucy. An Ireland is named after the Celtic Goddess of fertility. Ir Oh that's Great. That's good good there okay. Question number five Sunning Persian Gulf fused burst Khalifa. Famous Mall Boston Kia Quarter Doue. Oh by Dubai Dubai global city in the business hub of Western Asia is also a major global transport hub for passengers and cargo as you know. Oil Revenue helped accelerate the development element of the city. which was already a major mercantile hub? Today less than five percent of the Emirates revenue comes from oil everything else comes from tourism a central regional international international trade since the early twentieth century device economy relies on revenues from trade tourism. 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The city served as the capital of the Kingdom of Italy The Florentine dialect forms the base of standard Italian and it became the language which of culture throughout Italy due to the prestige of the masterpieces. By Dante alighieri Patriarch Giovanni Bocaccio Nicola Machiavelli and others questionably. What what the AD and the ball out and I had I had to say gardens in an Italian accent accent too I guess okay? Questionable eight multifaceted Canadian Destination Melding of the old and new worlds eighteenth century structures. Old Fashion in houses rolled Arza French along with English. Monthly has hosted multiple international conferences and events including including as we've mentioned before the nineteen sixty seven international and universal exposition and the nineteen seventy six summer Olympics. It is the only Canadian city to have held the quadrennial Summer Summer Olympics. Yes as of two thousand sixteen. The city hosts the Canadian Grand Prix. 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You Highness Berg Pretoria Bloemfontein somewhere in South Africa. Yeah he didn't sit there. Forget it these in South Africa is not one night. Just it's not one of the ones who and what Cape Town Cape Town is. The legislative capital of South Africa with three capita have three capitals with Pretoria being executive capital and Bloemfontein being the judicial. It is one of the most host multicultural cities in the world reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and ex Patriots to South Africa. In two thousand fourteen Capetown was named the best place in the world to visit by both the New York Times and the Daily Telegraph really. I mean place to visit in the world in the world old so we gotta go great wine so we gotta go. I mean you've got South African wine. It's pretty good there Shannon monk. Ten and block. Yes so crisp see and you forgot completely about Pol Pot during the entire thing I know I did no never. I'm afraid that you're gonNA leave me and start your own tr travel. I'm probably lucrative. Yeah Super Lucrative so thanks for sticking with us the dictator December you guys. I know this was a rough one one more just one more to go and and then Oh we have some. I will say we have some some great surprises. Wonderful treats for the New Year. Yeah Yeah we're very excited about this. It's been in the It's been in the works for a little while we've been talking about it and just tonight we got. We just decided on new idea a new segment new segment idea very exciting so we do have some listeners. Submit a trivia. We should probably sing the song. Listen to me young. That was good. That was Chaz. And you put some about the bath. It puts them do some ski scanning Boop so this was this is from twitter. And this is from our Franko episode episode one of our listeners. Steph warsh tweeted at US after the Franco episode and said so excited I studied abroad in Madrid and there. 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"pol pot" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Man Son Sen on June tenth nineteen ninety-seven for attempting to make a settlement with the government. Eleven members of sons family were also killed although Pol Pot later denied that he had ordered this so twenty years after. He's he's not in charge anywhere he's still acting like it tomorrow. He's going to be back in charge. Like we're just GONNA get over this Hump Up. So then he then fled to his northern stronghold but was later arrested by military chief Ta Mok on June Nineteenth Nineteen ninety-seven Pol Pot had not been seen in public since nineteen eighty two years after his overthrow at the hands of the invading Vietnamese army. He was sentenced to death in absentia by a Phnom Penh court soon afterwards. How do they know it was him if they hadn't seen him in seventeen years? Yeah no I think he still had enough people around him where they were like. Go get him in July of that year. He was subjected to a show trial for the death of sunset and and sentenced to lifelong house arrest. Great on the night of April Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety eight the Voice of America which was Radio Show of which Pol pot was devoted listener. weirdly enough announced that the Kamerhe route had agreed to turn him over to an international tribunal. Okay according to his wife he died in his bed later that night while waiting to be moved to another location. Tom Claim that his death was due to heart. Failure later saying quote. He was sitting in his chair waiting for the car to come but he felt tired fired. His wife asked him to take a rest. He lay down on his bed. His wife heard a gasp of air. It was the sound of dying. When she touched him he had already died? It was ten fifteen at night despite government requests to inspect the body. It was cremated at anlong. Veng in the Kamerhe route shown a few days later raising suspicions that he had committed suicide by taking an overdose of the medication occasion which he had been prescribed journalist. Nate Thayer who was present held the view that Pol Pot killed himself when he became aware of tax plan to hand him over to the US claiming that that quote Pol Pot died after ingesting. A lethal dose of a combination of volume and chloro-quinine a little bit about Pol Pot as a person. He had a thirst. I for power. He was introspective. Highly reclusive biographer Philip Short. Who's the author of Pol Pot Colon? The history of a nightmare nightmare stated that he quote delighted and appearing to be what he was not a nameless face in the crowd during his political career he used a wide array of pseudonyms. Poke hey you pull eighty-seven grand uncle elder brother. I brother and in later years he used the pseudonyms ninety nine and pem. Yeah he told US secretary that quote the more often you change your name the better it confuses the enemy and later life he concealed and falsified many details of his life and again as I said before he never explained why he took the name. Pol Pot so inclosing we're gonNA talk about two Cambodian killing fields so the Cambodian killing fields are a number of sites in Cambodia where collectively more than a million people were killed and buried by the regime. The mass killings are widely regarded as part of a broad state-sponsored state sponsored genocide also known as the Cambodian genocide analysis of twenty thousand mass grave sites by the DC CAM mapping program and Yale University indicates that at least one million three hundred and eighty six thousand seven hundred and thirty four victims execution estimates of the total deaths resulting from Chimera Rouge policies including death from disease and starvation and range from one point seven to two point five million. Oh my God out of one thousand nine hundred ninety. Five population of roughly eight million. In nineteen seventy nine. Nine Vietnam invaded Democratic Kampuchea toppled again cameras regime. Viewed as ending the genocide so the Cambodian journalists death prawn coined the term killing fields heels after his escape from the regime the Khmer Rouge regime arrested and eventually executed almost everyone suspected of connections with the former government with foreign governments as well as professionals intellectuals selections ethnic Vietnamese ethnic Thai ethnic Chinese ethnic Cham- Cambodian Christians and the Buddhist monkhood were demographic targets of persecution as a result. Pol Pot has been described as a genocidal tyrant. Martin Shaw Historian described the Cambodian genocide as quote the purest genocide of the Cold War era think historians suggests that between one point seventeen and three point. Four two million Cambodians were killed in four years for you in like like our parents lifetimes. Yeah Oh yeah in our lifetimes that would be like for example if since twenty sixteen the entire population of Chicago was murdered. Yeah so even yeah. That's it's out it's out of control. Even the Chimera Rouge acknowledged that two million had been killed though the attributed those deaths to a subsequent Vietnamese invasion it was is Trusted too many we. Just it's just because I loved too much that's it that's why Cambodians by late nineteen seventy-nine. UN and Red Cross officials were warning that another two point. Two five million Cambodians face death by starvation due to quote the near destruction of Cambodian society under the regime of ousted. Prime Minister Pol Pot. who were saved by international aid after the Vietnamese invasion? So that so yes the peasants. Yes who were supposed to be like firming and keeping the country alive yeah instead Yep. We're not doing that job. No because society he had completely collapsed because he just murdered people left right and center and just stripped everyone who had more money than a peasant and just put them in reeducation camps. It's absolutely out of control. I had no idea no idea I mean and this was a tough but I mean this was a tough topic but this topic because it's so intertwined with like the Vietnam War and you know Communism in the mid century and all of these like different political factions warring and relining. And these people these the people were just these poor people were just in the middle of all of it and like his Ma like the late ninety five thousand nine hundred people dole had ways of communicating and like journalists probably there and yeah. It's out out of control. I didn't realize died so late. He died in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. You know what always frigging dictators like. They live long ninety years. Nobody ever took them out all like they had a heart attack and died in there because they were ninety years old. Goodness Well Hope Hope Brinson Hell O. Aw Honda P P Hon dopey. It is the opinion of I would like to say misinformation. Let you speak for for me of course that we really hope that. Pol Pot Burns fraternity in the ninth circle of Hell where the worst one. Yeah we're the devils. It was like much much much and on his head for the rest of time. Yeah for more on that you should listen to my episode Burn Baby Burn. Take Dante's inferno I don't remember the number dot. Me So you can find a guys. So as a pallet cleanser that murder and death My topic this evening is called holiday in Cambodia a quiz on vacation destinations so for this quiz. I'm I'm going to describe a vacation destination. Like I'm a commercial for a vacation destination and you have to name the place wonder and it might be a country entree or might be a city. But it'll be represented in the question. Here we go question number one. This locale is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. And with good reason as this island which is known as the island of the Gods is one one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
"pol pot" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Podcast for ladies and gents who love Cool Trivia sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz where your hosts. I'm Lauren I'm Julia. These are not our NPR voices. No this is where the forty fourth week of our theme month dictator tainted. And frankly it's wearing on a little bit of a doubter. I suppose maybe S- coach you know. Maybe we don't do. Murderous leaders were leaders. Yeah we'll be gone on soon right. Yeah actually we just recently discovered that there are five states and we were like the one more. Yeah so but it's we're gonNA keep trucking because you know what this is what we have provided lighted for you our listeners. We promised we would do this. There's a lot of you are enjoying. It does what he asks for this. It's nobody no works still GONNA do. Yeah because we we stick to our commitments. Exactly we are good people at that so today I mean last week wasn't terrible. Always consider sure I mean I am not going to be the person to be like Castro had some great ideas but ah built a really great ice cream parlor. Did build a great a ice cream parlor. If you haven't listened to stop right here go back because this episode is not GonNa make any sense unless you listen to the Castro episode. I'm kidding this is a separate person but it's a very good episode. Yeah this week I cannot say the same when we we were talking about it where you were like. I'll do Stalin and Castro and I was like an I will do Franko and this guy and it was just because I thought I've got a funny name and wow was I- hearns out turns out a bit off a little more than you realized you were GonNa Chew exactly the phrase goes right. Yeah all kinds axioms at me less of so. Yeah and they were just popping into my head so let's just get right down to it. It's gotTa Fun Quiz so today My episode is on Cambodian dictator Pol Pot on. You have a funny name. He doesn't have a funny name.
The Role Of TV In Today's Politics
"Were joined by Brian Steinberg. He covers the business of advertising media and television variety. Hey Brian. How are you doing John. I'm I am well. Let's talk about the controversy over an ad that ran during last night's Democratic candidate debate. Tell us what that ad was about yeah. This is a spot showed New York Representative House Angie Occasional Cortez with becky burning on on camera. It's very dark and noticeable thing to do and probably not the norm. This is the face of socialism and ignorance does Alexandra Cossio Cortez. No the whore war socialism. My father was minutes from death in Cambodia before a forced marriage saved his life. That's socialism forced obedience chance starvation it was by somebody named Elizabeth hang and it was through a political action committee. What do we know about Elizabeth Tang and the Political Action Committee. Put The ad together we oh she's a Republican activist. I believe she's also a former congressional candidate who did not win when she did run so she did that and I think she she's a member this past. She's definitely a political operative some people are calling for a boycott of ABC the but it's unclear to me of the ad ran on the network or stations owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. Do you know where it ran and who ran it. We're not quite clear that my guest and educated guess most political advertisers are quite I guess is probably medium small size probably could not afford a national ad buy on ABC in Primetime Mike the Strategy Policy would be to run the AD in certain markets that have the people they're trying unreach- most intently my educated guess would say they probably bought stations in certain markets where we're trying to make a point that could be big cities as well as small towns towns will definitely appears run in Washington. DC and a lot of people are now watching the ad online so it may not have been something that was approved by ABC but in rough terms what does it network have to say about what ads are and are not on its airwaves now works with these type of things typically typically. I think tried to not run ads that require them to give equal voice other parties and other what that means they would have to run commercials goals. Ad Infinitum for PLO things there are there are mistakes and they're having the passion they run certain commercials that are just so political that require an opposing viewpoint almost immediately or are. Are you know the claims verified immediately but they're supposed to kind of vet most commercials for clean competitive claims and that sort of thing and I would be suspicious. ABC Rams nationwide. I think it's important to note what the Sinclair Broadcast Group is because they are also not only an owner of almost two hundred rid stations across the country but they appear to have a political agenda and have been asking some of their news anchors to run political pieces that basically echo some talking points out of the trump White House so who's in Clare and why are they an important part of this story well sinclair is a massively large owner of stations they own stations that are of ABC and others they haven't known to set a conservative agenda in recent years to build their own newsgathering and news programming across the nation and they've also mandated in certain instances for their various local news programs to take up certain topics or broadcast certain editorials from people who were hired by Sinclair without always disclosing that the station ownership within the company ownership has certain political stances is there anything that people people could ask either sinclair or ABC to do in terms of response. Does the equal time idea still apply well when politicians get on they you know they're the network is typically. mandated to provide access to someone via posing as what they typically avoid. They're very strict about these these local commercials. I think you know this happened on. NBC RAN AN AD showing people swarming wall during the immigration controversy and it ran during football the ball one of the biggest shows on the schedule everyone saw and NBC actually came out with the same should not run was an error on our part that the ad ran so networks works are cognizant of these things and they usually wash more closely which is why we have to get the bomb whether they national random nationally ran station by station where the networks often are surprised to find out what some of the stations are putting on the air. It seems like a massive reached compare Alexandra Causo Cortes to Pol Pot or the Khmer Rouge but do the people who put this ad together have the freedom to suggest that even if it's not essentially factually true you're supposed to make verifiable verifiable claims now as for products politics can kind of range farther afield you see all kinds of claims and things and one reason that this is kind of flourishes in the majority. Giardi of political advertising takes place on the locals have local adds to your not national nationalists a far too expensive for most people to afford running on a regular basis and and be a not very targeted if you're if you're running for Senate in in Saint Louis. There's little reason to add New York City national candidate. Y- The president you can probably tell you the markets that are most up for
"pol pot" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Name plants wandering Jew. Hi, this is don't czar. I don't know just call it some how many plants you name Rumpelstiltskin, none. And yet will name a plant after this slur will name eight plans after it. I don't know. All right. We need to get to our first clip of the day. If you say this is number fourteen. All right clip. Number fourteen. This is from episode of five hundred fifty eight by the way today on today's episode. We're going to be going through fourteen thirteen twelve and eleven fourteen thirteen twelve and eleven fourteen thirteen twelve and eleven fourteen thirteen twelve and eleven then the rest of them. This is episode five fifty eight which episode do you think this is do you? Remember all the numbers? Of course. I did. Of course, I did. This is what was the most recent episode that just aired the one that just aired was I can look that up in five seventy nine. So that would put this one squarely in earlier and earlier than the recent one that is not eligible this is the one with Ricky Martin and Pol Pot. You wouldn't think those two would have a lot in common. They really hit it off. This is an episode called ship of love shit of shove. Yes. Short for short shelf. Yes. This is the episode where everyone just shoved each other the entire. Made for bad audio but grade podcasting. No. This is an episode called ship of love with Casey Wilson, drew Tarver and Zach oil. Okay. Okay. Don't remember it nine anybody. I do. And I think that drew Tarver plays a guy who thinks a bunch of songs. Drew tarver. Yes. Plays a guy who bunch who who bunch of sings aid budgets. He bunch of things. Hey, I bunch of things by the way. We just got kettle glazed donuts delivered to us keys and some cookies by Colin. Thank you so much. I call it. He he made these they're wrapped in plastic. Just like Laura Palmer..
"pol pot" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Who called for occupying airports who call for free education who. Called for the. Abolition of ice who. Called for free cars. Who called for emptying out the prisons is it is it too far from, that. To what I am explaining Extremes on both? Sides to take in and cherry pick? The most, extreme, and then but then you. Take it to a level that's probably not. Intended in a message they're not really well it is intended it's called reductio ad absurdum actually it's it's an actual technique of communication it's called reductio ad absurdum which I use regularly? On this program to get the attention of individuals like yourself And it's also a lesson for people as to where rhetoric. Could lead remember things. Don't start out. With end and while it ended, in the holocaust in I'll use an. Extreme example of reality you're not going to deny that the holocaust happened right before I start on this one So you agree that six million Jews were mercilessly killed by the Nazis yes or no Okay fine because we know it's a fact of life. And by the way nine million others were killed by the Nazis in the, same manner so Where, did it start the war against the Jews did not start in. Germany The hatred for the Jews, did not start with mine Kopf the hatred of the Jews. Started in France one hundred years before as written by a French intellectual so-called and so what I'm trying to tell you is, that idea is matter ideas matter and they can metastasized into into mass murderer which is what I'm trying to explain that when, you listen to these children. Who are being misled by Bernie Sanders knows better he's a very intelligent man. He knows that his promises. Could lead to. The debacle of this entire society, the destruction of our society he knows that and yet he feeds the children the idea that they can get free stuff at no cost to society and what it. Could lead to is the situation that we saw him, Pol Pot in Cambodia I remember. Pol Pot was very much like, Bernie Sanders and that's not an extreme statement Pol Pot was a very mild Politician in Cambodia and he went to Paris and he studied communism and they became enraptured by Karl Marx Vladimir Lenin and. He came back and he just tried to introduce fairness, in Cambodia and what happened next. You know what happened next right I don't really argue these things with you I'm not I'm. Not even angry at you. But please tell the audience what happened when these this mild mannered politician came back. And try to institute communism in Cambodia I'll speed, it up for, you what happened was he got thirteen to fifteen year old thugs he gave them red scarves he call them to come here Rouge, and unleashed a war against the middle class and they started first by insulting as in America the middle class chasing them out of restaurants as. The left is doing now and what happened, when they were not stop for, chasing people at, restaurants, the next thing. They started beating up the middle, class, in Cambodia and what happened was the next. Thing they called anyone with eyeglasses at, trader anyone with eyeglasses was considered a counter revolutionary and what with eyeglasses doctor lawyer teacher, engineer cop fireman you name it middle-class in Cambodia was chastised beaten harassed put into slave labor camps and, eventually killed and it ended up With three million people slaughtered by the chimera Rouge the young the young people that we keep hearing about from? Bernie Sanders in the vermin on the left the young people like. They're somehow smarter than everyone else like young people are not capable of being. Vicious like young people are not capable of, killing like young people have not, been seemed to, be, animals through the. Through the history of the, world, young, people have to be trained to be civilized, routes they're wild animals And. So what happens when you feed this animal the. Animal becomes bloodthirsty and vicious so is that mass hysteria by telling you a fact of reality how the end result of three million human skulls. Was the result of a mild mannered Bernie Sanders like. Man in Cambodia Who started to. Preach the rhetoric of communism and it ended up with three million human skulls in the nation with a very small population so if you think Bernie Sanders, doesn't know that you are mistaken That's why I call him the most dangerous man in America and I'm. Michael Savage.
"pol pot" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is he's made everyone talk about the number one issue of our time which is our borders our borders and our national identity even the left who never wanted to discuss these things is forced to discuss these things and of course the only think they can do is get into the kneejerk you're a nazi you're a fascist spit on you that's all they can do because they don't know the arguments they have no idea what they're talking about we're not people will just not our fundamental values which not constitute a come up that's that's universally talk what is our constitutional value to not survive what's our constitutional value to commits national suicide that's a that's a constitutional value who we also people what does that mean what are we as a people people should bend over backwards for everyone wants to come in a rip the society off no we're not so it's america first and i know it's an fm it to the bernie sanders crowd because they to believe in the selfsame man and the seltzer man is so clever the selfsame in is nothing new bernie sanders the world is seen seltzer men before they came in different forms they came in different shapes in different nations and the seltzer man this time is a as the reincarnation of karl marx vladimir lenin pol pot and you don't understand how dangerous he really is the cell samanth because if you actually acted out the celts ammann's rhetoric into policy what does he actually in by equality what is the selfsame and want with equality the selfsame wants to take from those who earned and create and give it to those who don't earn and don't create that's called communism or socialism how did that work out for the sixty million soviets who died on the joseph stalin who pitched the same equality adam now let me remind your another nice mildmannered professor name pol pot cambodia pol pot was a leader of a small nation call cambodia and he became enamoured with the teachings of call marks so much so that he went to paris to study at one of the universities and he came back a total adherence of marxism and so we introduced marxism to his oncethriving cambodia in the 1960s and what happened next is something in all young adams of the.
"pol pot" Discussed on WDRC
"Is he's made everyone talk about the number one issue of our time which is our borders i will borders and our national identity even the left who never wanted to discuss these things is forced to discuss these things and of course the only think they can do is get into the kneejerk you're a nazi you're a fascist spit on you that's all they can do because they don't know the arguments they have no idea what they're talking about we're not people does not our fundamental values which donna constitute a come up that's that's universally talk what is our constitutional value to not survive what's our constitutional value to commits national suicide that's a that's a constitutional value who will yours of people what does that mean what are we use a people people should bend over backwards for everyone wants to come into ripta society off no we're not so it's america first and i know it's a nathuram it to the burn any sanders crowd because they to believe in the celts a man and the celts a man is so clever the south samane is nothing new bernie sanders the world is seen seltzer men before they came in different forms they came in different shapes and different nations and the seltzer man this time is a reincarnation of karl marx vladimir lenin pol pot and you don't understand how dangerous he really as the cell samanth because if you actually acted out to seltzer man's rhetoric into policy what does he actually in by equality what is the selfsame and want with equality the selfsame wants to take from those who earned and create and gave it to those who don't earn and don't create that's called communism or socialism how did that work out for the sixty million soviets who died on the joseph stalin who preached the same equality adam now let me remind your another nice mildmannered professor name pol pot cambodia pol pot was a leader of a small nation call cambodia and he became enamoured with uh the teachings of call marks so much so that he went to paris to study at one of the universities and he came back a total adherence of marxism and so we introduced marxism to his oncethriving cambodia in the 1960s and what happened next is something an all young adams of the.