The posted comments in this picture is not acurate. Along time ago, and we are talking about approximately in the 9th century. There was no such thing was Thailand. It was all Khmer and the Khmer Empire that ruled the land of presently known as Thailand and Laos. Only recently, just over a hundred years ago that Thailand stole lot of lands from cambodia. Heck they even tried to steal Angkor Watt. There are many Khmer Temples that are inscripted in Cambodian written words inside Thailand but the Thai took semante and erase the inscripted words and installed their own words and trying to tell the world that they built it. What a joke! and a fake!. So, the person goes by the name of Jamrat doesn't have a clue what he is talking about. Who he is trying to fool. His fellows 4th graders? Here some help for you Jamrat!
Should return back the place to Cambodia.
so the US should return back the place to Red Indain!! that s it!!!
The US do not have to return the place to the Red Indian. Since they called themselves Americans. Even they are european origin. They respect the new territory and proud to be with the place.
In your theory, the thai have to call that country Khmer Empire and learn how to appreciate the territory and tell to the world what is the origin and the true history of the place without twisting the fact. Just like the Europeans to the Romans, or the Americans to the Red Indian. Write in your history bookssssss that you are not the who knows the templesssssssssss then the Khmer.
So many empires were created since the beginning of time. Nearly all of them were dismantled. Remain the splendor of their heritage. Let us enjoy it without judging history.
This location should be put in the list of World Heritage site by UNESCO. It should belong to all of us who are living on the earth today include Cambodia and Thai. Like today in US or Canada, the Red Indian have special rights to move where they want to live in their original land. Thai should be aware that their ancestor is the Khmer. Please open all border for Khmer.
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Photo taken in Sao Thong Chai, Kantharalak District, Si Sa Ket, Thailand
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