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Sinister City Phnom Penh faces Civil war on heels of Chuk Tema ouster

In Agenda 21, Uncategorized on January 24, 2014 at 9:10 AM

Sinister City Phnom Penh faces Civil war on heels of Chuk Tema ouster

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Thousands of miles from it’s “sister city,”  Phnom Penh, Cleveland Tennessee is seeing it’s appointed leaders being used as pawns to civil unrest in Phnom Penh.

The city with it’s willingness to exchange favors with a leftover regime of the Khmer Rouge has left our sister city on the brink of civil war.

It appears our selection of this city as our sister city was a thwarted attempt for a ruthless regime to retain power using American influence and select corporatism as its wedge.

Last year our elected leaders decided to join hands with a ruthless regime of dictators with connections to the Khmer Rouge, left over from the Vietnam War that killed 10s of thousands at the barrel end of a gun and a sword. 

This same regime with blood on their hands performing unspeakable atrocities on it’s people found their way into our beautiful community at the request of our local spiritual, business and political leaders. 

As they were paraded around in town as the next savior of our City on the back of its business model shared with the Chamber, we were entranced and blinded to the filth that was left in their wake. It is still amazing to me that money, greed and cronyism can blind many seeking to gain from this forced venture, but it is what it is.

This welcomed regime graced our city and brought with them a swath of destruction and remnants of evil that rivals many ruthless dictatorial leaders throughout history. These same folks that allegedly sprayed three hundred innocent souls with water then electrocuted them, allowed and participated in child pornography, child slave labor, child and adult prostitution rings, child sex rings, outright murder, displacement of it’s citizens from valued property in the center of town pulled from their homes and dumped in rice fields miles away, held deeds to valuable property, ruination of property rights for personal gain, citizens arrested for speaking up, threats upon the lives of protestors, cooperation with international bodies such as the UN, sympathizers of the UNs Agenda 21…….etc were allowed to parade around our city unchecked and unquestioned by it’s leaders.

The Governor of Phnom Penh was on the ropes and dancing when he visited Cleveland Tennessee.

Our elected officials were pulled into the Governors web of deciet in an attempt to save his much coveted position in Phnom Penh government of which was floundering and in steep decline and had been since 2008.

The Governor and his court used our religious and political good will to attempt to retain his governors seat by extending good will and false promises while in Cleveland.

In 2008, the PM leaked a statement to the locals that if Kep Chuk Tema could not unite his country and somehow “fix” their problems the axe would fall. 

During this time the UN placed sanctions on this government and took away any foreign aid to build the country using the Agenda 21 model for atrocities committed against it’s people in the 10s of thousands. 

The UN via their councils stated that if Kep Chuk Tema could regain his pride and establish his country as moving forward the money would return and sanctions lifted.

Shortly afterwards and a well timed visit to Bradley County he forms a bond with  local religious organizations to show him favor and hopefully to retain his power. 

It is my opinion only, but I am afraid our local religious organizations may somehow have joined hands with the UN, the Phnom Penh government, developers and our local government to further develop the country on the backs of those willing to participate with monetary gain as it’s facilitator. The money trail may be a revealing factor as soon as those numbers are reported.

Monetary gain or not, this venture was not based on a relationship formed solely on mutual trust. 

Agenda 21 is bad policy and runs over anyone that dares stop or attempt to halt it’s implementation. The progressive plan to upbuild our inner cities, displacing citizens from their private property with the assistance of the United Nations in any city whether it be Cleveland Tennessee or Phnom Penh is bad policy. 

Selective corporatism is a death nail to private small business, deciding who is successful and who is not solely based on who you know or who you pay off royally is not a good way to build a country or a city. In Bradley County we do this deed extremely well.

Eventually, the citizens begin to
see the deception and realize that cronyism or you scratch mine I’ll scratch yours inside a good ole boy network is not the best for our community.

Shortly after Kep Chuk Tema and his delegation slid back to Phnom
Penh the City of Cleveland, in Chuk Tema fashion began it’s onslaught of similar tactics that Chuk Tema is now answering to. 

As the Cleveland regime, fresh off the Phnom Penh delegation visit began to leak and announce that South Cleveland was going to succumb to displacement of it’s citizens and the planned private property invasion by a greedy government was underway, in search of private property for placement of a self named Civic Center where homes used to be. Coincidence? Planned? Orchestrated with advice from Chuk Tema? We will never know but shortly after his departure our city began to see the same transformation as in Phnom Penh. 

Shortly after returning to Phnom Penh, Chuk Tema and many of his cabinet was dismantled and replaced by Governor Pa Soceatvong. He is a similar minded dictator with a harder line but has been asked to display a softer line to squelch a tenuous people from envoking a civil war, an uprising to suppress a tyrannical government. 

Sam Rainsy, the personable character that preferred to bow than shake hands with yours truly has been reduced to rubble since his return. 

He was recently photographed by reporters on the ground begging, crawling around asking for forgiveness for his bad policy. 

In the aftermath and return home it was reported that Chuk Tema offered H.E. Hun Sen 300,000 dollars in blood money to keep his position but he “sacked” him anyway! 

Wait a minute where did he get that money? He did just return from Cleveland Tn? Nah that’s really conspiracy at this time but who knows those rabbit hole chases have faired me well with exposing the truth. Hmmm? 

After all Governor Bill Haslam intended to use his NASCAR influence to treat them to a hot dog and a race at Bristol! 

I can make this stuff up guys! Follow the money is my old adage.

The bottom line is this. My Phnom Penh contacts on the ground are expressing a desire to overthrow this government of whom we call our sister, and stop the onslaught of radical, single handed, top down bad land abuse policy. 

Ladies and gentlemen, also in this country, the citizens of this country are speaking up and out, rallying around a  plan, formulating a takeover against the UN and Agenda 21. The tangled webs we weave often get exposed when the story is exposed and a microscope is applied. 

Sadly, as in Cleveland, these people are the recipients of this behavior and this scheme to level their homes and transform their country and we continue to assist their government because it makes us feel good and we get a mattress factory exported further exposing more children and adults to slave labor and encampment. 

Is turning out mattresses for a like-minded regime because a dictator was afraid he was gonna lose his position and power in our best interest. Sounds familiar doesn’t it?

Why are our leaders given a pass when it comes to this type behavior. Why does State Representative Kevin Brooks and Mayor Rowland who literally kissed the ring of a
ruthless dictator using religious connections to promote crony selective corporatism with an assist of the Chamber of Commerce while in step with the United Nations to implement Agenda 21? 

Remember last summer when our own local government turned on the citizens of Cleveland and Bradley County TN because they were notifying the residents in the area of  a plan to do exactly what Phnom
penh was doing that is causing a civil
war? 

An investigation was launched to lynch any one found stepping over that line? And the citizens of Bradley County had to hire attorneys to get a tyrannical Mayor off their backs and restore the US Constitution that had just been shredded.

How soon we forget! Do you see the stark similarities? Do you see why we call them sister? 

Sinister City would be the most appropriate name applied to this partnership. The devil definitely has a hand in this and the throngs of “do gooders” do not have to answer to men on Earth, their judgement will be from a much higher power!

The Cambodian delegations expenses were paid for by People for Care and Learning, the Phnom Penh government, and private donations. The paper trail begins here. Sadly, in my opinion,we have been reduced to a game of chess where the people of both cities are the pawns and big government and big corporatism are using greed as our motivator.

A recent email from Phnom Penh had this to say about the governor that visited our city ” Kep Chuk Tema of Phnom Penh city is about bribery, corruption, human vultures, unsanitary condition, traffic congestions, air polution. He was also responsible for the death of some 300 revellers on one New Year Day”…..” I can’t wait for the American Delegate to visit Phnom Penh and the nearby surrounding areas and offer their impression.”

The people of Phnom Penh see the game the American Delegation is
playing with their lives, only wish Clevelanders would do the same and expect the same change.

Kep Chuk Tema replaced as Governor! 
http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/779069.shtml#.Uqm1tSd5mc0

Kep Chuk Tema has been on Cambodian chopping block since 2008
http://ki-media.blogspot.com/2008/11/rumours-of-sacking-governor-kep-chutema.html?m=1

http://www.cambodiadaily.com/archive/phnom-penh-governor-tells-cnrp-to-stop-petition-44768/

http://khmerization.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-king-appointed-pa-socheatvong-as.html?m=1

http://www.opendevelopmentcambodia.net/tag/phnom-penh-municipal-governor-pa-socheatvong/

Beong Kak Lake
http://ki-media.blogspot.com/2008/01/pa-socheatvong-to-vann-molyvann-dont.html?m=1

New leader admonishes Sam Rainsy!
http://www.cambodiadaily.com/elections/phnom-penh-governor-expresses-disapproval-of-cnrp-rally-41439/

http://www.clevelandbanner.com/view/full_story/19869110/article-Cambodian-delegation-arrives-from-sister-city

Sam Rainsy begging to keep his job!
http://www.asianewsnet.net/news-53593.html

Pictures of the delegation!
http://www.phnompenh.gov.kh/news-phnom-penh-delegates-arrived-in-cleveland-tn-3360.html

Asking Hun Sen to step down. CNRP opposing CPP, the government we support. Backlash on our people and those supporting CPP HUN SEN!
 http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/news/international/Cambodia_opposition_rallies_in_capital,_urges_PM_to_step_down.html?cid=37545534

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