Myanmar doctors, supporters of "Civil Disobedience Movement," attend an anti-coup march in Yangon, Myanmar, on Thursday. Photo: AP
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Opponents, supporters of Myanmar coup scuffle as more protests planned

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Now when the citizens of Myanmar have realized that who is behind the mess in their country. They have started protesting with placard “China go back”. And asking CCP not to interfere in their internal matter. As the CCP is investing heavily in Myanmar internal relation especially in state of Rakhine and Kachin as well as the entire Myanmar region. China is providing extensive aid and healing to develop infrastructures in Myanmar and aims to be the chief beneficiary of cultivating Myanmar oil and natural gases reserve. As the world knows China always crave to extend its boundaries it is looking forward to take Myanmar under it too.

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Now when the citizens of Myanmar have realized that who is behind the mess in their country. They have started protesting with placard “China go back”. And asking CCP not to interfere in their internal matter. As the CCP is investing heavily in Myanmar internal relation especially in state of Rakhine and Kachin as well as the entire Myanmar region. China is providing extensive aid and healing to develop infrastructures in Myanmar and aims to be the chief beneficiary of cultivating Myanmar oil and natural gases reserve. As the world knows China always crave to extend its boundaries it is looking forward to take Myanmar under it too.

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This is the first mention in the western press of pro military demos. My friend in Myanmar says there have been many.

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This is the first mention in the western press of pro military demos. My friend in Myanmar says there have been many.

This was predicted when the regime mass released several tens of thousands of prisoners about a week ago. The Myanmar military did the same thing during a 1980s revolt, release hardened criminals who in turn engage in violent acts against those opposed to the military.

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Dear ReasonandWisdomNippon,

Look at your actions in the past 10 years. It's not the peaceful rise as you promised.

Any more peaceful would be a laughing stock to the world. China did not drop any bombs or topple any governments in the past few decades.

Killing 20 Hindu soldiers at the boarder with India. That was not peaceful.

I wonder why Hindu? Maybe they were too bored and had nothing to do so they picked a fight with Chinese soldiers with sticks and stones. But that should be expected when you have envious neighbor who always has a fight with another of your neighbor.

Building islands armed with weapons and jet fighters. Not peaceful.

I consider China to be the most peaceful in this regards, China could just invade and take over existing islands but no, China built its own islands to avoid more problems.

Being more aggressive against Taiwan and next to Senkaku Islands, that's definitely not peaceful.

I don’t see what China is doing to be aggressive in any way. China tends to respond to other agitating words or actions. You should stop aggravating or smearing China to prove that China is not peaceful.

What's happening in Myanmar is terrible and China is supporting the wrong side. That's not peaceful.

How come China has to end up as a culprit. Even when Thailand had a coup China was to blame. China has a strict policy of not interfering in other country’s internal affairs but always ends up being blamed. Look at the nice placards in the picture they are all written in English and someone had to pay for the printing of those expensive placards, definitely not by the Burmese’s people.

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