Obama’s CHANGE using REVERSE GEAR?

Obama’s CHANGE using REVERSE GEAR?

Obama’s CHANGE using REVERSE GEAR?

Or Obama wrongly decided that he has to do in opposite in all the way of Mr Bush’s policy.

Mr Bush’s confrontation and use of force had cost USA billions of USD. To save that expenditure and to prevent lost of US soldiers in confrontation, Obama led USA had chicken out and now kotow to China, Korea, Myanmar etc. He talk and act tough only on Iran because you know they are Muslims, the enemy of Israel, his (Obama’s) god-father.

Obama under fire for shunning Dalai Lama

US President Barack Obama was facing criticism he succumbed to Chinese pressure as the Dalai Lama opened his first visit to Washington in nearly two decades without a presidential meeting.  Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader was set Tuesday to receive an award at the US Capitol complex a day after arriving for a week-long visit to the US capital that will also feature sold-out public talks on spirituality.

 

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OPEN LETTER TO THE NEWLY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF USA MR BARACK OBAMA

OPEN LETTER TO THE NEWLY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF USA MR BARACK OBAMA

Dear Mr President,

                       As a duly elected President of the United States of America, you are 101% sure to be inaugurated as the 44th US president on Jan 20, 2009. Contrary to your condition, our BURMA’S Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was elected as a winner in the election in 1990 but she is still under house arrest for nearly two decades.

Please read my following article, which clearly indicated that the Myanmar generals are not even willing to transfer the power even in the next few generations.

Please kindly help her release by declaring the SPDC Generals as Human Rights criminals and push for the International arrest warrant.

Thanking Your Honour

Yours Humbly

 

Dr San Oo Aung

Myanmar SPDC unripe for democracy at present,

so we need to look at various ways for revolution 

We need a revolution to change the present Myanmar military government as they are ready to fight a war rather than given the real democracy and true civilian government as confirmed by UN Human Rights envoy, Tomás Ojea Quintana.

Burma unripe for democracy at present: rights expert

Building on a report he issued earlier in the month, the United Nations’ Human Rights Envoy for Burma yesterday appealed to the international community to take a common stand and engage Burma on its long road to democracy.

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