Thursday, June 08, 2006

Myanmar blogs

Myanmar blogs I noticed News blogs


10 comments:

  1. nice compilation of Burma-related blogs.

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  2. What about Myanmar Latest News?

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  3. ဒုိ႔လည္း ဝင္ပါခ်င္တယ္ ခ်န္မထားနဲ႔.....

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  4. All very well denouncing the violence in Burma but, in Australia, police have roughed up protesters outside the Burmese Embassy in Canberra:- “Thi Da, 33, who is due to give birth in two weeks, is pushed to the ground during protests at the Burmese Embassy....” http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/09/28/2046237.htm People have no rights to speak in Burma - or in the West!!! Pregnant women, especially if they are Asian, and their unborn children, have even less rights on the streets of their home towns, uhhh!

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  5. Please pass this on.

    Gather up lots of food in the comming days and organize everyone not to go to work (that means everyone). Tell the protest leaders.

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  6. Please pass this on.

    Gather up lots of food in the comming days and organize everyone not to go to work (that means everyone). Tell the protest leaders.

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  7. "Never Again" is not just for the Jews to say, we are all human beings and we should all work to stop repression in all its forms, wherever it occurs. Thank you for your blog and we are doing what we can to help raise awareness.

    http://www.titanomachy.net/titanowiki/The_Saffron_Revolution

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  8. There are sadly very high hope by the Burmies people, everyone thinks in thier contanamted status of mind there will be good and rich life,it is all because western media to provoke the innocent Burmies population,this hope of endless dark clouds will hang over Burmies people, there will be breaks of Burmies culture, breakup burmies morals,there will the crimes of international standars, prostitution legalised, homosextualiy , aids imported from west, sex trade,a new lucrative business for western and american arms industry, there will pro American dictatators ruling Burma,similar to Irak or Phlipines,or pro Western dictators else where in the world,blind to suffering of vast majority of burma, ther will be few who will emerge as rich and powerfull who will finance western bank, to to suck the wealth of Burma ot of Burma, to the west,
    There mwill be new police and burocracy controles by power and rich, against the disappointed and fooled and exploited Burmies, will then dream about of old good days, when life was simple and every burmies cared by each other, as Burmies culture very different the , and will be taken over and shadowed by western money minded and egoist culture, that will distroy ancient burmies Atma and soul,that will bring mor money to west and poor Burmies will have to pay the price and suffer, countinuesly.Word democracy is used by the west as weapon to distroy and foll other enemies of west.

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  9. I swear

    Our Golden country is well known by outsiders as a very courteous Buddhism country. We have been proud of speaking-out how much our people are friendly, decent and polite. We as well never miss to mention about the wonders of our holly shrine "Shwe Dagon Pagoda", where our ancestors, our grandparents, our parents and we go there with so much of respect. We were taught how to enter that holly shrine pagoda with proper respect in mind. It is also the place where we go down on our knees with remembrances of our Buddha and his teachings. At there, we pray for our loved ones for good destiny and peaceful future. We always get our peaceful moment during every visit.

    'It' mindlessly revolutionized our pride, believes and reflection within 24 hours to guard 'its' inequitable possess with disgusting help from 'its' group.

    Peacefully asking Buddhist monks were beaten harshly with baton under the nose of "Shwe Dagon Pagoda" in one of the very distinguished Buddhism countries.
    Monks kneeled down at the foot of "Shwe Dagon Pagoda". But this time, not to worship the pagoda, but to plead for mercy from violent group.
    People's already crying-for-their-daily-foods-eyes shred with tears again because of tear-gas thrown to them.
    Blood has spilled in front of the "Shwe Dagon Pagoda" entrance, where we don't even go in without taking off our shoes for some respect.

    People asked me, "What is going on in your country? Why are they killing monks? Aren’t you all Buddhists? Is this norm in your country for army to shoot monks and people, who are requesting for something valid in a very peacefully way?"

    God, I have nothing to say of.
    My face has down and my soul's ashamed.
    I want to say they are not us.
    I want to hide those pictures that circulating around the world.
    I want to rewind the whole incident.
    I want to say that they are not the Burmese people you all can expect.
    I want to stop my feeling of hoping for more demonstration even though I know that it could trigger more causality.

    We are friendly, decent and polite.
    Our country is a very courteous Buddhism country.
    I swear.... I do swear...

    Biggy P.S

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  10. Michael PellerinMay 17, 2008 1:47 PM

    For Burmese Nationals in the U.S., the First Cyclone Came from the U.S. Departments of State and Justice

    Students of Burmese history will tell you that the current regime, neither derived power from, nor the admiration and respect of the population most severely affected by and at greatest risk of perishing from what is essentially a natural disaster. It should be noted that the regime has been at war with and targeted, both for persecution and worse, a significant percentage of its population since coming to power, particularly those whom the international community now seeks to assist. The regime regards this natural disaster as a nothing short of supernatural blessing. What it could not do and hide as an act of commission - Genocide as defined by Article 2 of the Genocide Convention against those within its borders whom it detests, it has come to embrace the long awaited hand of nature to do for them, with its acquiescence.

    To appreciate the underlying motivation behind the regime’s acts of omission, focus upon the net effect resultant from what they do, and particularly that which they do not. While their technique may appear novel, their objectives remain anything but.

    In light of the fact that the High Contracting Parties to Genocide Convention have yet to find merit to intervene to prevent Genocide, as mandated pursuant to Article 1 of the Convention when premeditated acts of commission (delayed action in Bosnia and Kosovo, none whatsoever in Rwanda, and little more then rhetorical gymnastics regarding the issue of national sovereignty in Darfur to name but a few), any serious student of history will tell you that there is no hope for ethnic minorities whom the Burmese regime has long regarded as inconvenient and treated as disposable. Now sit back, listen to the silence and observe the inaction our respective governments.

    While the U.S. Department of State expresses difficulty securing landing rights from the Burmese Government for the delivery of humanitarian aid and visas for aid workers to distribute it, the Department of Justice continues to systematically target and deny the asylum applications of and deport Burmese nationals from the same ethnic groups long targeted for persecution by the regime (victims of the Department of Justice and Executive Office of Immigration Review), now victimized by the cyclone, and more recently the inaction of their government. According to the Department of State’s annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices and April 2007 Profile of Asylum Claims and Country Conditions reports, the Burmese regime, while somewhat eccentric, does not persecute its people and is on fast track to becoming a model Jeffersonian democracy (note the post-cyclone impromptu national elections, distribution and sale of western emergency aid items to the regime’s ethnic kinsman, and political supporters). Between the Department of State’s cyclone of historical revisionism and that from mother nature, the good name, reputation, and success of the current regime is all but certain to remain high and dry.

    p.s. Anyone ready to the take to the streets over the price of milk and whole wheat bread?

    Michael Pellerin
    Political Asylum Research
    and Documentation Service (PARDS)
    Princeton, New Jersey

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