Cambodia, we are not alone…

“The only weapon that we have in our hands this evening is the weapon of protest. That’s all.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.


Deforestation in the Kingdom has the fifth fastest rate in the world.

Garment workers in the Kingdom make $95 dollars a month.

Globalization and a weak, corrupt Government has done more harm than good for the Kingdom.

A River Changes Course exposes the issues most people in the Kingdom face today.

Directed by Kalyanee Mam


When Uneducated, Corrupt Pea Brains get Elected to Serve the People…

Sok Penh Vuth, a deputy governor, physically hurting peaceful protesters.

Clearly the proof is in the pudding right??? Not so fast, according to his boss.

“I have no more comment or explanation about whether my official committed wrong or not, because using technology the video could have edited out other people to be replaced by my official,” he said.

Unfortunately, this is a typical type of response you will get from any politician from the motherland. Logic and reasoning pulled out of a 5th grade class room. On another note, who chases monks? That’s beyond low class.

Monks Only A True King Could Admire

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   Jayavarman VII was a King of Kings.  His Buddhist philosophy led the Khmer Empire out of darkness and into its greatest territorial expansion.

Today, the monks of Cambodia are an extension of what Jayavarman VII envisioned Cambodia to be: a society that believed in compassion, morality and respectfulness towards one another and the Kingdom’s land.  They will continue to advocate for these virtues; but with all the injustices present in Cambodia, pushing the boundaries of contention has proven to be unavoidable.
They are on the right side of history.