Book: Love of Life - A Miraculous Story! by Sokhom Prinscategories: Book, Asian, Pol Pot Genocide, Southeast Asian History, The Killing Fields, Women's Rights, Cambodia History, Australia, Racism, Love Story, Love of Life, Genocide, Holocaust, Khmer Rouge, Memoir
Sokhom Prinsabout this book: The incredible true and candid story by author Sokhom Prins. How did she survive civil war and Genocide? After liberation, her homicidal mom nearly kills her; her father's evil mistress forces her to the Thai border – she fights attempts to be sold into sex slavery. Her nightmare existence continues as she fights-off countless sex assaults, she is raped, nearly dying from the abortion. Her epic saga of courage proves that the art of survival is a story that never ends.
Suddenly, her life changes - she meets her European Prins in 1993! A love story without end (with many graphic sex-scenes in her book). Now she gets very rich, travels the world, but then crash-lands in Australia, a racist pit. With her husband, she builds a US$10m property empire – what happens to it? She becomes famous, fighting court battles; she is in the Press, and causes the biggest case in Australia's history – how did all this happen to her? (A poor girl from a small village in Cambodia.)
Her memoir is a springboard for a larger story that has a deeper resonance. Was Pol Pot's Genocide like Hitler's "Final Solution"? Did America cause the Genocide? She exposes a world-wide conspiracy of genocide denial, and America, as "The Gods of Genocide". Who would dare to deny the Jewish Holocaust? Her book will be controversial. She exposes dark secrets about two movies, "The Killing Fields" and "Enemies of the People" – readers will be shocked.
She reveals government lies about Australia's convict origins. Her experiences reveal that Australian whites are racists, without culture and women abusers. Australia is the land of shysters and the justice system is a fake! - Readers will be appalled by the details.
She writes how human rights in Cambodia have been eroded, and how she is fighting for change from afar. Her larger story is also about fighting cultures that allow oppression and abuse of women. Her book is a plea for gender equality, freedom of speech and expression.
Her Story is a triumph of the spirit. It will be an inspiration to all.
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