My dear Kacvey,
Please keep us posted on the rumor that the Thbong Khmoum jail door has been open, and the weak strongman is caught in his own spinning quagmire.
That’s fast, Kacvey! Thanks, Bro!
The weak strongman is losing direction on his compass and mixing up bishops, knights and rooks on his chess board. 34 years of absolute power are eroding the cells from the monkey mind.
While the released-on-bail of the opposition leader flashed in social media and newspapers throughout the world, the weak strongman secretly flew to his lord’s lair in the Northern Capital, and from there publicly announced the release. Why there, and not in the City of Tonlé Buon Mouk? Possibly or probably because:
– the lord is not happy of the way the weak strongman handle the sham election;
– the lord has not received any credit from the entire world for helping the weak strongman winning the sham election;
– the lord might have a special message for the future;
– the weak strongman wants to avoid the Singapore hospital (A side question to you, Kacvey: do your students remember where did Sihanouk pass away?)
– the weak strongman executes the ritual pilgrimage to pay respect and re-pledge allegiance to the lord for the grace and fortune dispensed upon him and his tribesmen by the lord;
– the weak strongman wants to assure the lord that the territory is wide open to receive any number of the lord subjects to come and settle.
- Reuters reported Cambodian opposition leader released but put under house of arrest
- CNN reported Cambodia opposition leader Kem Sokha released from prison
- LICADHO reported Khem Sokha Transferred to House Arrest
- SEA GLOBE reported Cambodia’s opposition leader Kem Sokha released to home detention
- The New York Times reported Kem Sokha, Cambodia’s Jailed Opposition Leader, Is Released
- The Japan Times, reproducing AFP, reported Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha released from jail as Hun Sen eases crackdown on foes
- The Washington Post reported Cambodian opposition leader released as strongman Hun Sen secures grip on power
- Les Echos rapportent: Cette nuit en Asie : après des législatives déloyales, l’homme fort du Cambodge libère son principal opposant
- DPA International reported Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha released from prison
- Al Jazeera reported Cambodia opposition figure Kem Sokha under house arrest
- BBC News reported Cambodia releases opposition leader Kem Sokha on bail
- The Guardian reported Cambodia: opposition leader Kem Sokha released from prison
- The Independent reported Cambodia opposition leader Kem Sokha released on bail following ruling party’s landslide election victory
- Khmer Times reported Kem Sokha released in early morning today
- TIME reported Cambodia’s Opposition Leader Has Been Released on Bail After a Year Behind Bars
- Amnesty International reported Cambodia: Release of Kem Sokha must be made permanent
- RFA reported Release of Cambodian Opposition Chief Fails to Satisfy Hun Sen Critics
- On 11 September 2018, Reuters reported U.S. urges Cambodia to remove restrictions against opposition leader