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Posted in: 2 Cambodian soldiers killed, 5 Thais wounded in border clash See in context

What is ASEAN doing? Both countries belong to the group , aren't they?

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Posted in: Myanmar junta grants amnesty to 9,002 prisoners See in context

Among them only about half a dozen are political prisoners. Most of them are drug-dealers and petty criminals.

There are more than 2000 POLITICAL PRISONERS still remaining in Myanmar prisons, including Aung San Suu Kyi , ethinic political leaders like Khun Tun Oo, elected NLD leaders and '88 generanation students group led by Min Ko Naing.

This exercise by the junta is design to relieve the pressure from the world as the UN generals assembly is commencing in a few days time..

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Posted in: Milk off shelves as China's safety scandal grows See in context

That's what happened when a country's "Economic growth" far exceeds the growth of Democratic Reform" in that country.

Unprecedented corruption, poor standardisation procedures, news restrictions by the state ,etc. contributed to the problem.

I will 'NOT' be surprised if there's going to be more problems in the future with Chinese products.

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Posted in: China seeks public trust after milk scandal See in context

some14some.......This is laughable (also).

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Posted in: China arrests 90 Uighurs after bombs See in context

Big Bullies like Russia beating up Geogia, China killing Tibetan Buddhist monks and Muslim Uighurs, Burma's Gen.Than Shwe's attacks on 3200 ethnic villages (driving millions into refugee camps in Thai), Sudan's Al-Bashire's troops destroying villages in Darfur killing millions etc.etc.etc. The world today is no diffrent from yesterday before the WWl and WWll. WHEN WILL THEY EVER LEARN TO LIVE IN PEACE AND RESPECT EACH OTHER'S DESIRES?

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Posted in: China boosts peacekeepers in Darfur See in context

reddragonguy; "China has told Beshir not to use it (weapons imported from china) incorrectly"; Really?????? So the dictator of Sudan obeyed?

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Posted in: Grand formal celebration held in South Africa for Mandela's 90th birthday See in context

May Mandela live long and be healthy. May Aung San Suu Kyi of Burma (known as the second Mandela) enjoys the same fate.

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Posted in: U.N. pulls staff from Darfur after ICC move See in context

"....the big brothers were supporting Beshir! Thats OK."

Well.....political propaganda or not ,I have more respect for the ICC than those big brothers of Bashir, who have no moral value whatsoever.

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Posted in: China boosts peacekeepers in Darfur See in context

Why does China always find cosy relations with "despotic criminals" like Omar Al-Basheer of Sudan, Gen.Than Shwe of Myanmar, Mugabe of Zimbabwe and N.Korea's dictator K.J. Ill?

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Posted in: Russia's Zimbabwe sanctions veto angers West See in context

there may be better way to improve Zimbabwe than usual old boring sanction method.

Yes, "PLUCK OUT THE VIOLENT DICTATOR"......

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Posted in: ICC prosecutor seeks arrest of Sudan's Beshir for genocide See in context

There are similar "Criminals" in Burma and Zimbabwe. Don't let them get away with massacres.(message to China and Russia)

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Posted in: Mandela, Bush rebuke Mugabe See in context

Guys, NATO did help Cosovo even though there's no OIL in that place. Cambodia has no OIL ...but the WEST still helped the people there to get rid of their killer regime,Khamae Rouge. Hopefully, NATO and the West will help people of Zimbabwe and Burma(Myanmmar) to get rid of the despotic dictators there.

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Posted in: Millionaires roster grows to 10.1 million members globally in 2007 See in context

That statistic is without taking into account of the "Thieves" like Myanmar's generals who have been pocketing the country's natural resources behind the scene.

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Posted in: Police curb Zimbabwe opposition election campaign See in context

Zimbabwean government sounds more and more like Myanmar military junta. Have they been practicing the conversations together? Opposition party, democracy leaders in Myanmar were detained under the identicle excuse. But that was since May 2003 and the opposition leaders there are still under house arrest today, after more than 5 years.

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Posted in: Zimbabwe opposition leader detained See in context

Mugabe should follow the dirty tactics of Myanmar/Burma's military generals. Get at least 70% of people's votes by restrict them to vote in advance house to house vote collection (coerced by the officials). Using fear and bribery tactics is common as the official voting tickets bear the voter's name and details. Not many people dare to say 'No'.

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Posted in: Pakistani Taliban targeted Danes because of cartoons: officials See in context

I am all for "Freedom of Speech/expression", but some kind of insult on others' religion is not considered as a "nice thing to do ".

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Posted in: Myanmar denies delaying cyclone aid See in context

Myanmar generals deny that there are political prisoners in the country's prisons...... Myanmar generals deny that the 1990 election was the prove that 90% of people want them out of politics...... Myanmar generals deny that they are ruling the country by fear and intimidation.... Myanmar generals deny that millions are facing starvation in Myanmar..... Myanmar generals deny that their referendum was the world's most obvious "vote rigging event".... Myanmar generals deny that they have "vote rigging" in their mind than to save the lives of 2.4 million cyclone victims......and so on....

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Posted in: Myanmar forcing cyclone survivors out of refugee camps: U.N. See in context

It is safer for an impassive Than Shwe to allow hundreds of thousands of villagers in the Irrawaddy delta region to die rather than permitting a US relief mission to save them—a deadly decision indeed.

Than Shwe knows full well that millions of Burmese wait in hope for the arrival of US warships, and not only for the relief supplies they would bring.

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Posted in: Myanmar forcing cyclone survivors out of refugee camps: U.N. See in context

Pauk;- you must add a few more words.

Burma.

Burmese Military broke it since 1962. But no one can touch the Burmese military because of CHINA. So CHINA needs to fix it if she has some morality.

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

A United Nation aid worker in Burma made remark on his experience in Burma as...... "NEVER ENDING SERIES OF CONSTRAINT"....... That's how helpful the junta is to it's dying millions.

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

In order to help the people of Burma on their basic necessities , the greatest obsticle is the military (so-called) government itself. This has been proven time and time again. First,2 days before the cyclone, India and Thai officials warned Burma but the junta hushed up the weather warning on approaching cyclone, in fear of displacing people, as the junta is planning voting on the 10th . Second, the news blackout regarding the damage caused; no alert for help. Third, the soldiers were ordered to build voting booths and to provide security there instead of helping the victims. Gen Than Shwe came out to vote on the 10th.May (8 days after the cyclone) before he ackowledged the disaster on 12th May. Fourth, he had a tour of the delta by air two weeks after the cyclone, few days before the arrival of UNSGeneral. But still strongly blocking the international aid. No aid materials reached the delta. Fifth, after meeting the UNSG on 22nd, Than Shwe agreed to lift the blockage on 23.05.08(3 weeks after the cyclone). Sixth. It's media has written and spoken of free access by aid workers into the disaster area,but on the ground only 7 out of 45 UN workers who were allowed into the country on 28th got to travel to delta .

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

ca1ic0cat; Thank U!

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

I don't care what some14some "THINKS" and spining anti-western propaganda. I am writing what I "KNOW" about "MY COUNTRY and MY PEOPLE's SUFFERINGS". Greedy generals do not give a toss about the dying people, it never had. Who cares about those wealthy countries' leaders some14some is talking about? I am talking about OUR Burmese people, who are not only starving but flattened under the military boots . Who will donate generously without checking (where their money goes) under such circumstances?

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

PepinGalarga; Billions of aid money were given to greedy contractors that made ...........kicking them out homeless"

The "greedy contractors" in Burma/Myanmar are the relatives of the generals themselves. The billions will disappeared into their pockets as usual.

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

some14some ; real aid works is being carried out by ASEAN, China, Thai and India,

What are you talking about? (western aid workers= spies ?) sounds exactly like stupid generals of Burma who lack experience in international relations . Who has been stopping the aid workers from entering the country ? the generals themselves. The international aid workers and western news media are doing EXCELLENT JOB in China; only guilty generals are paranoid.

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Posted in: Myanmar lashes out at donors; says cyclone victims do not need 'bars of chocolate' See in context

All these generals care is how much CASH DONATION they can make out of this human disaster.The military in Burma cannot care less if aid materials stopped coming in for the victims. They already have written-off the victims in delta region. A relative, who is an army doctor told us that one person dies every 10 minutes in the delta-town he is in; they died out of starvation, diseases and lack of shelter. Before these starving victims are cared for just to continue living, junta's relatives have already won contracts to build government buildings, hospitals, houses etc. in the region;therefore that billions from donors is urgently needed.

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Posted in: Dior issues Sharon Stone apology for 'karma' remark over China's earthquake See in context

why Chinese government should be angry at an individual opinion?

Because it is touchy, selfish and hypocrite. Look how it (china) cares for it's quake victims efficiently but it paralised the UNSC from responding to Burmese junta's barbaric blockage on cyclone relief efforts there. It certainly is "not investing on good karma". It will reap what it sow.

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Posted in: Dior issues Sharon Stone apology for 'karma' remark over China's earthquake See in context

Chinese Karma , Burmese Karma , Pakistanese Karma, American Karma.... etc. etc. etc. ......everything that goes round will come round in one form or the other. This is call "Law of Nature". No one knows who's next and in what form. Read a bit more about Buddhism before anyone makes remarks on it. It is one of the oldest (2554 years old) philosophy, which can still be applied today. Good of you 'Sharon'.

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Posted in: Aid workers await access to Myanmar See in context

Promises are worthless until they are delivered... 2.5 million cyclone victims can't wait any longer. It has already been "three weeks of waiting and two rounds of (nation-wide) voting since the cyclone" .

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Posted in: U.N. chief says Myanmar agrees to allow all aid workers into country See in context

Mind you, the last uprising in Burma, and the one before that, and the one before that, and the one before that..they all happened without the presence of international aid workers. It WILL HAPPEN when the time is right, it is a matter of WHEN."

With or without the presence of International aid workers, due to lack of respect on human's lives and incompetence of the regime, people's anger will finish this leadership off. It is only a matter of time.

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