September 19, 2007
Khmer Rouge Honcho Nuon Chea Brought to Trial
While Dems work overtime to secure an American defeat and its consequent bloodbath in Iraq, Cambodia is still cleaning up the mess they made in Southeast Asia a generation ago:
Nuon Chea, the top surviving leader of Cambodia's notorious Khmer Rouge, whose radical policies were responsible for the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people, was charged Wednesday with crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The 82-year-old Nuon Chea joined the communist Khmer Rouge back in the 1950s. He was considered Pol Pot's right-hand man — a kind of Cambodian Che Guevara.
Too bad the Democrats who pulled the rug out from under South Vietnam, leading to the collapse of civilization in the region, won't also be held accountable. They are already absolving themselves from responsibility for the Nuon Cheas who will fill the vacuum if they succeed in forcing our retreat from Iraq.
On a tip from Brooklyn Red Leg.
Posted by Van Helsing at September 19, 2007 7:23 AM
How long before NUON CHEA shirts begin appearing on college campuses across America? Or do they have to wait until hes dead?
Move over CHE GUEVARA, theres a new CHEA in town!
Posted by: Anonymous at September 19, 2007 7:28 AM
Already? Whats the hurry?? It's only been 28 years since the Vietnamese deposed Pol-Pot & his genocidal murderers. Leftists would consider this a "Rush to judgment".
Posted by: Refuter Of Liberal Vermin at September 19, 2007 10:46 AM