Thursday, October 11, 2007

Mynmar; an example of how the powerful nations deal with others.

From: Subodh R. Pyakurel <>
Date: Oct 11, 2007 10:13 AM
Subject: Mynmar; an example of how the powerful nations deal with others.
To: "DR.Lenin" <>

In fact according to Clancy, "to insure access to gas, oil and timber, Beijing and Delhi are blocking international intervention against the junta's brutality. Now is the time to make our voices heard, and demand at least that the International Red Cross be allowed access to the country. The slaughter must end".

Dear Lenin,

Thanks for the regular information of solidarity and rights based intervention. This is the Powerful nation's phenomena of defining and practicing democracy. Economy and economic benefits are surpassing all ideals. Instead of supporting democratic movement as an tool to respect and protect people's sovereignty China & now the new comer India are playing to compete for the extortion and exploitation as quick as possible before Myanmar people go beyond their economical captivity. It is very difficult even to understand that how the democratic parties strategize to maintain their national integrity and freedom if they are set free from the Junta dictatorship. Myanmar has been so much militarized nation that I was surprised to know that in Suu Kui's party also former Generals are on the senior ranks of leadership. Let us hope that people will be able to overcome.



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