Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

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#101 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » Di 10. Nov 2015, 02:32

thai.fun hat geschrieben:Schon die Reservierung von 25% der Sitze, Wahlen hin oder her, zeigen die Zähne des alten Regimes.


Ohne internationalen Druck hätte es in Burma keine Änderung gegeben.

Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party was dominating early official results released early Tuesday, boosting the spirits of jubilant supporters who sang in the streets for a second night anticipating victory in the nation's historic election.The National League for Democracy was the victor in 25 of 28 seats for which results were available, the election commission announced

"Stay peaceful and calm," she told supporters gathered outside her NLD party's Yangon headquarters. "The winner must be humble and avoid actions that can offend others. Real victory must be for the country, not for a group or individuals."


Soetwas hat man von Thailands Democrazy Dauerwahlgewinner nie gehört.
Der hat fĂĽr seine Egomanie Terrorismus und BĂĽrgerkrieg angezettelt
und würde Thailand total zerstören wenn es ihm Vorteile bringt.

Aber die Dame will eben Demokratie und keine Democrazy!
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#102 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » Mi 11. Nov 2015, 06:11

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#103 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon bukeo » Mi 11. Nov 2015, 16:03

Yangon – Nach der historischen Parlamentswahl in Burma hat Oppositionsführerin Aung San Suu Kyi Präsident Thein Sein und die mächtige Armeeführung zu Gesprächen über "nationale Versöhnung" aufgerufen. "Die Bürger haben bei der Wahl ihren Willen zum Ausdruck gebracht", hieß es in Briefen, die Suu Kyis Nationale Liga für Demokratie (NLD) am Mittwoch veröffentlichte.

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#104 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » Fr 13. Nov 2015, 03:19

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#105 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » So 13. Dez 2015, 14:04

Kaum einen Monat nach ihrem grossartigen Wahlsieg ist Aung Suu Kyi
schon aus den Schlagzeilen verschwunden!
Aber jetzt tut sie was in Burma dringend notwendig ist:
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingnews/Suu-Kyis-party-cleaning-up-Myanmar--literally-30274826.html
Aung San Suu Kyi took to the streets of Myanmar Sunday to pick up rubbish, a rare public appearance since her election triumph in a move aimed at highlighting her party's commitment to public service.
Suu Kyi has told newly minted MPs from her opposition National League for Democracy party, which took nearly 80 percent of contested seats in the November 8 polls, they are quite literally responsible for keeping their constituencies clean.

Garbage is a huge problem in Myanmar, which lacks regular trash collection and proper landfill sites. Suu Kyi has seized on the issue as a way to hammer home the NLD’s drive to serve the people.

The 70-year-old led a team of party members and volunteers through her constituency of Kawhmu township on the outskirts of Yangon picking up trash.

Clutching a large white garbage bag and wearing protective gloves, Suu Kyi rummaged through the dirt to pick up tangles of old plastic bags and other debris.

She did not speak to reporters, except to tell them to stop taking photographs and start picking up litter.

Garbage collection is "the first thing we can do to serve the people," Thet Thet Khine, a newly elected MP from Yangon, told AFP.

"This is very fundamental and an important lesson to all MPs."


Ja in Burma gibt es viel Abfall aufzusammeln!
Es ist zu hoffen dass die grosse alte Dame genug Kraft hat ihr Land auf einen besseren Kurs
zu steuern!
Abgesehen von den heimischen Militaerdiktatoren haben auch viele reiche Thais ihre Claims
in Burma abgesteckt.
Vorneweg Thaksin Shinawatra der schon waehrend seiner Regierungszeit mit den Militaerdiktatoren
eintraegliche Geschaefte machte.
Es ist Burma zu wuenschen dass es eine positive Entwicklung unter der grossen Dame nehmen moege!
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#106 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon Somrak » Di 31. Mai 2016, 10:53

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Myanmar: West's "Saint Suu Kyi" Tramples Rohingya

May 15, 2016 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - Myanmar's "de facto leader" Aung San Suu Kyi recently warned the United States to not refer to the Rohingya ethnic minority as "Rohingya," in an attempt to deny them the dignity and human rights she and her party posed as renowned defenders of.

Image: Fake "monks" who constitute the violent street front that helped propel Suu Kyi into power, are also shamelessly and openly racist bigots bent on carrying out genocide against the nation's Rohingya population.

For those critically examining and long-following political developments in Myanmar and their wider geopolitical implications for Southeast Asia, Asia, and the world, Aung San Suu Kyi and her "National League for Democracy" (NLD) political front, along with a vast array of Western-funded NGOs' turning against Myanmar's Rohingya population after predicating their ascent into power upon "human rights" and "democracy" is no surprise.

For those receiving their news from establishment media networks in the US and Europe, Suu Kyi refusing to recognize the Rohingya, many of whom have lived in Myanmar for generations, may seem puzzling, even disappointing, or more disturbingly, an opportunity for excuses.

However, it was warned before recent elections - hailed by the Western media as "historic" - that not only would Suu Kyi fail to deliver on the utopian promises her party represented, and not only would her coming to power begin a process of recolonization by the British Empire's successors in London and on Wall Street, but that it would also herald increasing persecution, violence, and eventually genocide against the Rohingya minority already long-targeted by Suu Kyi's staunchest supporters.

As early as March 2015 in a previous article titled, "Myanmar: Meet Aung San Suu Kyi's Saffron Mobs," the true nature of Suu Kyi's support base was revealed with the "saffron" robed monks often the centerpiece of Suu Kyi and the NLD's street demonstrations exposed as ultra-violent, genocidal, and very much Western-backed.

Not only did this backing including funding and organizational support, but it also included substantial public relations efforts across the Western media to cover up the true nature of their actions and motivations.


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#107 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » Sa 25. Jun 2016, 04:25

Der letzte Tango?
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#108 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » Fr 10. Feb 2017, 02:57

Strassenbau im neuen Myanmar!
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#109 Re: Burma, Birma, Myanmar?

Beitragvon berndgrimm » Di 14. Feb 2017, 03:01

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