Daily Archives: 01/03/2018

#Cambodge : HUN Sen montre ses muscles : Il vient d’importer ~10000 tonnes d’armes et de munitions

HUN Sen veut absolument faire la guerre !

Avec l’aide de la Chine !

Contre qui ? Contre quel pays ?

Apparemment il a beaucoup d’ennemis !

Paul Chambers, a lecturer at Naresuan University in Thailand, said Hun Sen’s bravado was unsurprising as he seeks to build a “militarised sense . . . of ultra-nationalism” in the run-up to the national elections.

“Such a policy is simply going to increase Cambodia’s isolation and dependence upon China while Hun Sen increasingly rules with an iron hand,” Chambers said in an email.

Thousands of tonnes’ of weapons imported: PM

A new military vehicle is taken through its paces during the first Chinese-Cambodian Golden Dragon military exercises in 2016. Hun Sen yesterday announced a new shipment of military material to coincide with this year’s exercises.

What Does Hun Sen’s New Cambodia Military Aid Boast Really Mean?

01 Mar 2018

#Cambodge : Bandes mafieuses chinoises à Sihanoukville : véritable Etat dans l’Etat !

Le Royaume Mafieux de HUN Sen

entre les MÂCHOIRES

des bandes mafieuses chinoises

venant de la Chine du Président Xi.

Et la Corruption règne au Royaume de la Mafia,

en toute impunité !

HUN Sen n’ose pas s’attaquer aux investissements douteux des investisseurs chinois, soupçonnés de blanchiment d’argent, d’activité de Jeux de hasard illégaux et de trafics humains.


Probe into Chinese investment to Sihanoukville still idle

Despite officials in the coastal enclave having complained for months about increased money laundering, illegal gambling and human trafficking associated with the recent flood of Chinese money and workers, Long Kemvichet, spokesman at the Commerce Ministry in Phnom Penh, which is heading up the task force, said his ministry had not received any reports of irregular foreign businesses since the task force was announced.

At an Immigration Department meeting in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, officials said the government had lost out on $23 million in revenue last year due to foreign workers – the majority of them Chinese – not paying taxes or fees.

At the meeting, Preah Sihanouk Deputy Provincial Police Chief Hun Sorithy said authorities “cannot control” Chinese workers because some of their employers “do not cooperate, and they say that they know two-star or three-star generals, while we are only one-stars”.

01 Mar 2018