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Khmer Rouge chief ideologist dies at 93

Khmer Rouge chief ideologist dies at 93

The number two chief of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge, Nuon Chea, died on Sunday at the age of 93, a court spokesman said. The brutal rule in the 1970s led to the deaths of some 2 million people and a UN-backed court found Chea guilty of genocide and sentenced him to life in prison last year.

Turn N Burn
Turn N Burn 1 year

Starvation, torture, exhaustion, disease in labor camps, mass executions... Just say NO to Marxism. Teach your children what marxist ideologies really lead to, so they don't end up all stupid like the liberals of today.

FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

When your kill score is 2 million but a white boy in Texas takes you off the front page for killing 16. Talk about White Privilege much.

The Right Perspective
The Right Perspective 1 year

The true horrors of Marxism should be taught to all students.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 1 year

Year zero/peasant utopia = Red New Deal edit: forgot to add -> burn in hell mother f'er.

Roadhog 1 year

If you have Netflix, check out First They Killed My Father. It gives an accurate portrayal of what happened from the perspective of a young girl. My wife is Cambodian, by the way. So you can see, my hatred of socialists is personal.

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 1 year

I know a man who spent two days in a blood filled rice paddy with the dead bodies of his family, waiting for those oh so virtuous, never totalitarian, solely concerned with liberating the opressed, leftists to finish partying and burn it all down. This boy stood up after two days to find that his father was alive, but wounded. They set off with no supplies, into the jungle, while the the boy was missing the very glasses that the Marxists eventually decided were bourgeoisie. As his father died of his wounds, he told his boy to find courage despite his functional blindness, to make it out of that jungle, to make it to the US, and to honor the dead by living a life of gratitude and happiness. If you can call yourself a Marxist after the 20th century, you're no different than the French leftist "philosophers" who "educated" the men who carried out the events in Cambodia. You're not allowed to claim to be anti totalitarian, bc your basic ideology is based on the liquidation of classes of people, as has happened every time it's put into practice.

John Doh
John Doh 1 year

A sad day for AOC.

bobby midnite
bobby midnite 1 year

swift justice! burn in hell...

John W
John W 1 year

the Cambodian version of the Green New Deal! "The extremist ideology of the 1975-79 regime sought to turn Cambodia back to "year zero" in its quest for a peasant utopia." Read more at

Deborah Hunter
Deborah Hunter 1 year


WhatMeWorry? 1 year

They should bury him in the “Killing Fields” with the rest of his victims.

ShivatheObserver 1 year

Only the good die young

Bennington 1 year

You ever just died to flex on the UN?

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