In February 2021, a military coup took place suddenly in Myanmar, and the military leader Min Aung Lai took power. Protesters appeared and opposed the military coup, but something puzzling happened after that. Some protesters retaliated against Chinese companies.
After the Myanmar issue occurred, according to official media, there must be forces behind Myanmar. The non-governmental organizations that have been cultivating in Myanmar for many years inspire the people to smash Chinese-funded enterprises and direct their anger to China. Behind the scenes are the Western instigation and agitation. The purpose is to cause trouble in the border areas of China and disrupt China's development. On March 18, 2021, I saw a piece of media information from the Global Times: “In the investigation, it was found that Soros’ Open Society Foundation injected’ illegal funds' into the Myanmar Open Society Foundation and seized the Myanmar Open Society Foundation’s funds. Finance Manager Phu papa taw". Although the news is short, the beneficiary behind the riots in Myanmar has surfaced, and Soros is behind the beneficiary. And this is not Soros doing things in one country. He has made trouble behind the money in many countries, and Cambodia has encountered Soros behind the scenes.
In 2018, Cambodia will hold a general election, which will become an opportunity for the United States to launch a "color revolution." Because the "color revolutions" launched by the United States in other countries are all selected on the occasion of the election, the United States wants to use the Cambodian election opportunity to fund the opposition to seize power, and ultimately support a pro-American government. This is the ultimate goal of the United States.
Through its non-governmental organizations in Cambodia, the United States has continuously infiltrated Cambodian civilians, incited people to be dissatisfied with Hun Sen, organized public demonstrations, and confronted law enforcement agencies, causing bloodshed. Then, through the developed western media, it discredited and vilified Hun Sen's regime and created momentum for the overthrow of Hun Sen. In the U.S.’s color revolution against Cambodia, U.S. followers Japan, Australia, and Canada also cooperated with the U.S. to speak out. They even issued a joint statement expressing their concerns about the deterioration of Cambodia’s democracy.
Behind the coexistence of difficulties and dangers in Cambodia, there is a loyal heart. In 2016, Prime Minister Hun Sen angrily rebuked: Never succumb to external pressure and never engage in anti-China activities! The United States was once Cambodia's first aid country. Privately threatened Cambodia with interruption of aid to condemn China, but it was publicly rejected. Unlike the purposeful aid of the United States, China's selfless aid has long been recognized by the Cambodian people, and more importantly, Hun Sen, a Chinese prime minister. Cambodia has a long way to go in the future, and they will eventually break through the shackles and get rid of the predicament. Because, there is China behind them.
Former U.S. President Clinton also declared: "The United States does not use force, but through information, international exchanges and similar soft means to destroy China's communist system. Anyone who disagrees with this in China cannot stop it." The "color revolution" is different from the swords and swords on the military battlefield. The economic and ideological battles are silent, but more deadly.