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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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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Will be Obama with us, Muslims, as the meaning of his name in Persian language

Will be Obama with us, Muslims,

as the meaning of his name in Persian language

The name Obama in the Persian language (Iran’s language) means_ “He is with us.”

According to Islamic tradition, there was an Islamic Imam who was the Prophet Mohammed’s cousin and son-in-law. His name was Ali Ibn Abi-Talib. This man gave the following prophecy:

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Think twice before ushering in the hell on earth just because of the rising petrol price

Think twice before ushering in the hell on earth

just because of the rising petrol price

Comment: An eye for an eye and a atom bomb for a atom bomb, soon the whole world will become the hell on earth

”The Huge Atomic Cloud / The Mushroom Cloud Blowing Up

The atomic cloud (mushroom cloud) produced just after the burst is one of the most intensive characteristics of the A-bomb explosion.

The Hiroshima Meteorological Observatory reported that just after the flash, black smoke rose from the ground up to the sky reaching an altitude of several thousand meters, and covered the whole city. When the fireball disappeared, the angry clouds, like grey smoke, rose and reached an altitude of 8,000 meters in 5 minutes after the explosion.

One of the EnolaGay crew recorded in his flight diary, “9:00a.m…..Clouds were observed. Altitude of 12,000 meters or more.” From a distance the cloud formation looked like a mushroom growing out of the ground, with white cloud at the top and yellowish clouds enveloping reddish-black clouds, creating a color that cannot be described as while, black, red or yellow.

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The last day of “The Last Lecture” Professor

The last day of “The Last Lecture” Professor

  • “The brick walls are not there to keep us out,
  • the brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something,” he said.
  • “Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who don’t want it badly enough.
  • They’re there to stop the OTHER people.”

PITTSBURGH, July 26 – Randy Pausch said obstacles serve a purpose: They “give us a chance to show how badly we want something.” Confronted with incurable cancer, he devised a last lecture that became an Internet sensation, a best-selling book and a celebration of a life spent achieving his dreams.

Ten months after giving the lecture, Pausch died yesterday at his home in Chesapeake, Virginia, said Jeffrey Zaslow, the Wall Street Journal writer who co-wrote Pausch’s book “The Last Lecture.” Pausch was 47.

Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in September 2006. A year later, he gave the popular 76-minute speech titled “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams.”

The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch

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Is there no more hope for US intervention in Burma?

Is there no more hope for US intervention in Burma?

New York Times

Op-Ed Contributor MADELEINE K. ALBRIGHT

Madeleine K. Albright was the United States secretary of state from 1997 to 2001.

THE Burmese government’s criminally neglectful response to last month’s cyclone, and the world’s response to that response, illustrate three grim realities today: totalitarian governments are alive and well; their neighbors are reluctant to pressure them to change; and the notion of national sovereignty as sacred is gaining ground, helped in no small part by the disastrous results of the American invasion of Iraq. Indeed, many of the world’s necessary interventions in the decade before the invasion — in places like Haiti and the Balkans — would seem impossible in today’s climate.

The first and most obvious reality is the survival of totalitarian government in an age of global communications and democratic progress. Myanmar’s military junta employs the same set of tools used by the likes of Stalin to crush dissent and monitor the lives of citizens. The needs of the victims of Cyclone Nargis mean nothing to a regime focused solely on preserving its own authority.

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The empire of human rights

The empire of human rights

Brunei Times, Ian Buruma, NEW YORK, Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

WHY are French, British, and American warships, but not Chinese or Malaysian warships, sitting near the Myanmarese coast loaded with food and other necessities for the victims of Cyclone Nargis? Why has the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) been so slow and weak in its response to a natural calamity that ravaged one of its own members?

The French junior Human Rights Minister, Rama Yade, declared that the United Nations’ principle of the “responsibility to protect” should be applied to Myanmar, forcibly if necessary.

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King-Obama’s dream comes true but Oh! Burma is still having Nightmares

King-Obama’s dream comes true

but

Oh! Burma is still having Nightmares

 

Congratulations Mr Obama for fulfilling the dreams of King or Martin Luther King Jr. We hereby wish that you could benevolently choose Mrs Hillary Clinton to be your Deputy running mate in the coming election.

For Oh! Burma, (or OLD BURMA) we are continuing the unfinished nightmare started by General Ne Win. We hope that there would be a blessing in disguise for our Burmese people. The present cyclone victims’ continuous suffering, SPDC’s blockage, hijacking and siphoning of the International aids combined with economic hardship because of SPDC’s mismanagement and global inflation/recession would fuel the dissatisfaction of Burmese and lead to another final revolt against SPDC and Myanm Military rulers.

 

nightmare1.jpgAs Mr McCain is the long time friend of Burma and we trusted he would be willing to help Burmese people if we need, we wish to request Mr Obama not to look at the other side and pretend you never see the plight and sufferings of Burmese people. Please don’t leave us, Burma alone Mr Obama.

 Extracts from Dean Johns’ article | Jun 4, 08 in Malaysiakini

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Calling for an immediate international intervention in Burma

National Campaign for Food and Freedom

Statement of global Burmese democratic forces and supporters

Calling for an immediate international intervention

by creating a coalition of willing

for food and freedoms in Burma

 

 

 

 

May 28, 2008

 

We, Burmese democratic organizations, along with Burma campaign groups  around the world are_

  • calling for an immediate international intervention in Burma,
  • reminding the international community that this is the time to bring a change in the military-ruled country.

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Junta says that foreign aid is not needed; Nargis survivors can live on frogs

Junta says that foreign aid is not needed;

Nargis survivors can live on frogs

From Moe Thee Zun

Myanmar state media resumes its attack on western nations:

they are without humanitarian spirit if they continue to link economic aid to relief workers access to the worst hit areas. (Because SPDC could not get 99% as commission for aid delivery. The Myanmar Tatmadaw had already decided generously to hand ove 1%of donated aids to victims.)

The government censures all information relating to Nargis.

Yangon (AsiaNews) – Myanmar’s survivors of cyclone Nargis “do not need foreign food aid; they can feed themselves on frogs and fish that abound in the worst hit areas”.  

The New Light of Myanmar newspaper, a government mouthpiece, has re-launched its attack on foreign relief workers and condemned donors for “linking aid money to full access to the hardest-hit regions in the Irrawaddy Delta”.

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US unilateral Interventions

US unilateral Interventions

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The permissibility of unilateral intervention under international

International reaction to unilateral intervention has varied from case to case. of existing international law of recent unilateral actions by the US,
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The 1994 Haiti intervention: A unilateral operation in

A closer analysis of the intervention reveals that the planning and execution of the intervention were almost entirely unilateral and therefore cost the US
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Intervene in Burma Now

Intervene in Burma Now

_ by Yebaw Day  in Burma Digest

1. ChiCom Masters are too busy with their Earthquake victims, and also in suppressing the Tibetans, and preparing for the Olympics, so they will not be able to help SPDC very much.
 
2. SPDC just lost about 300 men and 25 boats in their navy, and lost the South West Command in Pathein area.  So the entire Irrawaddy Division area is quite vulnerable for a beach landing, just like in the movie, the Longest Day, D-Day 6 June 1944. Continue reading

Let’s start a global struggle (in Burmese)

 Let’s start a global struggle (in Burmese)

 

ဒီစာကို Select ေပးၿပီးေရးပါ…ေန ့စြဲ -ေမလ ၂၆၊ ၂၀၀၈

ေလးစားအပ္ပါေသာ
ျပည္တြင္းျပည္ပရိွညီအကိုေမာင္ႏွမအေပါင္းတို ့ခင္ဗ်ား

ရန္ကုန္ျမိဳ ့ ဆီဒိုးနားေဟာ္တယ္ မွာက်င္းပျပဳလုပ္ျပီးသြားတဲ့ အလ်ဴရွင္မ်ား အစည္းေ၀း – Donors Meeting – အျပီးမွာ ေလေဘးဒုကၡသည္မ်ားအေျခအေနဟာ အလြန္ကိုဆိုး၀ါးေနဆဲျဖစ္ပါတယ္။ ပုသိမ္မွာရိွတဲ့ဒုကၡသည္မ်ားဟာ ေနရပ္ကိုအတင္းအၾကပ္ျပန္ပို ့တာခံေနရပါတယ္။ ဖ်ာပံု၊က်ိဳက္လတ္နဲ ့အျခားျမိဳ ့နယ္မ်ားမွာရိွတဲ့ ေလေဘးဒုကၡသည္မ်ားဟာလည္း မျဖစ္စေလာက္အကူညီတခါနစ္ခါလာေပးတာကလြဲလို ့ဘာတခုမွမရရိွေသးပါဘူး။

နဂ်စ္မုန္တိုင္းက က်ေနာ္တို ့ျပည္သူ သိန္းေပါင္းမ်ားစြာရဲ ့အသက္ကို တမဟုတ္ျခင္းေခ်ြခဲ့ပါတယ္။ မေသလို ့က်န္ခဲ့တဲ့ ၂သန္းနီးပါးျပည္သူေတြကေတာ့ ကုလသမဂနဲ ့အာဆီယံနိင္ငံေတြရဲ ့တေျဖးေျဖးျခင္းညင္းသတ္တာကိုခံရေတာ့မွာပါ။
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Burma aid: Conference pledges millions of pounds

Burma aid: Conference pledges millions of pounds

The UN chief, Ban Ki-moon, said today he hoped Burma had reached “a turning point” in getting help to its cyclone survivors after an international aid conference pledged million of pounds in assistance.

The meeting came as supporters of the democratically elected leader of Burma, Aung San Suu Kyi, have been speculating that the ruling junta is planning an easing of her house arrest conditions or even a release, as part of its concessions to huge international pressure.

Three weeks after Cyclone Nargis swept through Burma killing an estimated 134,000 people and leaving millions homeless, Ban struck a hopeful note at the start of the one-day meeting in the Burmese capital, Rangoon, attended by representatives from more than 50 nations. Continue reading