Handcuffed Than Shwe, the Genocide Criminal

Handcuffed Than Shwe, the Genocide Criminal

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Than Shwe,

                   Why did you arrest the Burmese Muslim leaders?

This is the CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY amounting to a GENOCIDE.

Do you understand the meaning of  Genocide?

Just licking the BOOT of Obama could not erase your sins or AGAINST HUMANITY and GENOCIDE

 If you fail to release the Muslim leaders, we would start a campaign to handcuff you.

If the world Muslims declare Jihad on SPDC, you could not find a safe haven but grilled in hell soon.

The world Muslim Ummah

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Still standing

By MARTIN VENGADESAN

COME Friday, the world’s most famous prisoner of conscience will turn 64. But there is no cause to celebrate.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s latest gift from the government of Myanmar was another farcical trial designed to extend her detention. On May 14, she was moved from her home on University Road in Yangon, where she has been under house arrest for most of the last 19 years, to Insein prison.

The court’s argument was that, by allowing American John William Yettaw to enter her lakeside residence, she had violated the terms of her house arrest.

Suu Kyi’s plea was that she felt sorry for Yettaw after he swam across Lake Inya to visit her.

Tibetan and Myanmarese exiles participate in a candle light vigil on the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, in New Delhi on June 4. Portraits on their banner depict Aung San Suu Kyi and Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama.

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Asia Times:Myanmar and North Korea share a tunnel vision

By Bertil Lintner

BANGKOK – Under perceived threats from the US, Myanmar and North Korea are strengthening their strategic ties in a military-to-military exchange that includes weapons sales, technology transfer and underground tunneling expertise.

Myanmar’s ruling State Peace and Development Council last year abruptly moved the country’s capital to a secluded location near the mountainous town of Pyinmana, 400 kilometers north of Yangon, where the SPDC has built an entirely new city in the jungle.

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Burma is an International issue: China

By WAI MOE

from:The Irrawaddy

China’s representative in Geneva has said at the United Nations Human Rights Council that issues of development and national reconciliation in Burma are difficulties and challenges that are in the interests of the entire international community.

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Myanmar government planning for another episode of Anti-Muslim riots

Myanmar government

planning for another episode

of Anti-Muslim riots  

 

Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. -Voltaire

Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. -Voltaire

 

Anti-Muslim Riots in Bago/Pegu

Anti-Muslim Riots in Bago/Pegu

 

 

 

 

Dear Brother,

I hope you can share the following news which is the part of a deliberate plan of the Military Junta of Burma to use its long term policy of using religious hatred to create the political environment that may benefit the Military Junta of Burma to stay in Power Forever.
Please prevent hatred against any race or religion and create the unity and harmony among all the races and religions of the people of Burma.

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Myanmar Muslims prohibited from worshipping and reading of the Quran in residential flats

Myanmar Muslims prohibited from worshipping in residential flats

Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – Aping a recent diktat against the country’s Christian community, authorities have summoned and warned leaders of Burma’s Muslim community not to worship in residential flats.

Rangoon’s Kyauktada Township Peace and Development Council office, as they did with Christian pastors from the city, summoned Islamic leaders on the 5th of this month and warned them to halt all religious services and the reading of the Quran in residential flats. 

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The Association of Religious Scholars (PUM) should acknowledge that at least Malaysiakini and Manjit Bhatia wrote one truth about Myanmar

The Association of Religious Scholars (PUM)

should acknowledge that at least 

Malaysiakini and Manjit Bhatia wrote one truth about Myanmar

It didn’t even dare condemn the Burmese military thugs who rule Burma, whose justice is meted out in the Stalinist/Maoist standard of the end of gun’s barrel.

Just look at how much braver Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines are when compare to M’sia at UNGA voting on 24-12-2008.

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Tun Dr M’s ‘open letter’ to the Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe

Tun Dr M’s ‘open letter’ to the

Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe

NOTE: If young Tun Dr M were in Myanmar, I hope he would write a letter like this to the Myanmar Military leader Senior General Than Shwe. Actually I had changed his letter sent to the PM Tunku Abdul Rahman at his time. Dr M was expelled from the ruling party because of this letter. 

Dear Senior General,

“You have become so powerful, both by virtue of your office and by popular acclaim, that Myanmar Tatmadaw has become subservient to you. SPDC is being held together, not because the members share your ideas on politics, but through a system of patronage and disguised coercion based on your miliitary Government rather than party authority. 

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Than Shwe and cohort generals should be presented with free tour to get first hand experience at Radovan Karadžić’s Hague trial

Than Shwe and cohort generals should be

presented with free tour

to get first hand experience at 

Radovan Karadžić’s Hague trial

From Malaysiakini’s, “Karadzic: one way ticket to the Hague” by Ivan Simic | Aug 11, 08

IVAN SIMIC is a writer based in Belgrade, Serbia

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 Radovan Karadžić in January, 2008, appearing at a medical conference in Belgrade under the alias Dr. Dragan David Dabić, bearded and with his hair in a pony tail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recently, former first president of Republika Srpska, and one of the world’s most wanted fugitives, Radovan Karadzic, was arrested in Belgrade by Serbian authorities after an alleged tip-off from a foreign intelligence service.

Karadzic had been a fugitive since 1995 after having been indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). A US$5 million reward had been offered for his arrest by the United States government. Since his arrest many reactions and questions have been raised around the world.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe may be better than SPDC’s Than Shwe

The Star Online

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe may be better than SPDC’s Than Shwe

By Nelson Banya

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe could sign a power-sharing deal on Sunday that names opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai as prime minister, a senior ruling party official said on Saturday.

A man reads a local daily newspaper on the street of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare August 8, 2008. (REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo)

The official said Mugabe’s ZANU-PF, after more than two weeks of talks seeking to end a post-election crisis, wants any unity government to last five years.

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Tsvangirai would be premier although his powers were still under discussion.

“There could be a signing tomorrow, after the leaders have met to thrash out the remaining issues,” the official, who asked not to be named, told Reuters.

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Is There A Statesman like Tony Blair in Myanmar?

Is There A Statesman like Tony Blair in Myanmar?

Adapted from Mr Malik Imtiaz Sarwar’s Disquiet article

Last Friday former British Prime Minister Tony Blair delivered the 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lecture. He spoke, to the chagrin of some, on the Rule of Law and its continuing relevance in an increasingly challenging world. The gist of his lecture was credibly reported in the media and no useful purpose would be served by my summarizing it here. Suffice it to say that Mr Blair presented the key aspects of the subject winningly and, at times, poignantly, lending important validation to what it is civil society has been saying for more than two decades now: an independent and competent justice system is crucial to democracy and the sustainable growth of a nation.

After the lecture, I overheard some members of the audience ask whether they could imagine the Senior General or the Prime Minister or the Foreign Minister or any other member of the SPDC delivering a lecture of that caliber. Sadly, the laughter the question generated was answer enough. But according to Tan Sri Razali Ismail our Daw Aung San Suu Kyi would be able to deliver a lecture with same calibre.
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Answer ASEAN leaders, which of the following points you do not agree?

Answer ASEAN leaders,

which of the following points you do not agree?

 

What Western values are you afraid of ASEAN DICTATORS?

 

SPDC FM said that Daw Suu could be kept in detention because their law says the limit is six years.

Don’t forget that Myanmar SPDC law for MURDER, corruption and RAPE etc included jail and death sentences. So why the Depayin MASSACRE MASTERMIND Than Shwe was not arrested or jailed or punished to death.

 

The selective persecution is the problem. According to the ASEAN VALUES, not all the citizens are equal under the law. May be I am wrong. All the citizens are equal under the law but Military Junta and Dictators are above the law.

 

The main problem of the ASEAN is they have no respect for the Human Rights and also there is no RULE OF LAW. They all RULE BY LAW, of course with their own interpretation.

 

In conclusion there is usually NO GOOD GOVERNANCE in most of the ASEAN countries.

 

Answer ASEAN leaders, which of the following points you do not agree?

 

 

CHAPTER I. DIGNITY

Article 1 Human dignity

 

Human dignity is inviolable. It must be respected and protected.

 

Article 2 Right to life

 

1. Everyone has the right to life.

2. No one shall be condemned to the death penalty, or executed.

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Aung San Suu Kyi Banned from Burma’s Martyrs’ Day Ceremony

Aung San Suu Kyi Banned from Burma’s Martyrs’ Day Ceremony

By VOA News
20 July 2008
Burma’s pro-democracy opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi was not invited this year to pay tribute to her late father on Martyrs’ Day.

Supporters of the Nobel peace laureate say she was kept under house arrest as the military government held a short memorial service early Saturday in Rangoon.

General Aung San and eight other people were shot by political rivals on July 19th, 1942, while they were holding a meeting for Burmese independence from Britain.

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OH, IT’S SO DIFFICULT TO GIVE UP THE POWER

OH, IT’S SO DIFFICULT TO GIVE UP THE POWER

Posted by Super Admin in Malaysia Today

Now, it is not fair to suggest that only Myanmar SPDC Junta leaders are very reluctant or find it difficult to let go of power. It’s the same all over. Politicians have not been described as possessing animal-like behaviour for nothing — that’s why we have the term ‘political animal’.

Adapted, edited and Burmanized from Paul Sir’s article in The Borneo Post

IT seems that we are in the season of power transition in the country.

Now, let’s take an honest view about these so-called power transition being bandied about in the country. The first question to ask is — did these political leaders step down voluntarily or were they pressured to do so?

Your guess is as good as mine.

Now, it is not fair to suggest that only Myanmar SPDC Junta leaders are very reluctant or find it difficult to let go of power. It’s the same all over. Politicians have not been described as possessing animal-like behaviour for nothing — that’s why we have the term ‘political animal’.

  • Like the tigress jealously guarding her cubs or the viper protecting its territory and ready to put its life on the line, those with political power behave in the same manner.
  • They are very protective of their own space and will fight with whatever means to prevent others from entering.
  • History has shown how despots had even gone to the extent of committing mass murder and alienating the entire population just to cling on to power.
  • Sadly, we still have such kind of sick political animals in our midst today. Just think Robert Mugabe. 

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