Time for a movement trying to abolish the “Atta” or I, we or us against them or minority races and religious groups

Time for a movement trying to abolish the “Atta”
or I, we or us against them or minority races and religious groups

Actually Burma started its Ultra-Nationalist movement in 1920 and brought up the fear of losing their RACE, RELIGION AND LANGUAGE on and off for numerous times by the successive Military Leaders starting from General Ne Win, General Khin Nyunt etc to create anti-Muslim riots.

Although present SPDC Generals are more farsighted and avoid using racial card on Myanmar Muslims, lower ranking military officers, almost all the government servants, ordinary Myanmar citizens and even the opposition leaders in and outside Myanmar were BRAINWASHED with the Mahar Bama, Maha Buddhism that they all think, talk and act like they are above the other minority ethnic races and minority religious groups. They wrongly think they are the only original rightful owners of Myanmar and they have the RIGHTS to lord over races and religious groups.

Actually it is the time for the true National Reconciliation, to accept all the citizens of various races and religious groups as equal partners to rebuild our beloved country to our past glorious state.

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