Letters to the Editor — November, 2010
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By THE IRRAWADDY Monday, November 1, 2010


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As long as the international community, led by the big powers, are reluctant to do something substantial about the prevailing situation at hand, then the people languishing on the Burma-Thailand border and elsewhere are in for a never-ending hell of a time, no doubt about that.

Writing stories holds no water, particularly in Burma's case. The only truth and relevant answer to Burma's problem is by dislodging military rule in Burma and that needs the international community help, to say the least. There will be many millions of stories to tell and write, fodder and ammunition for those living by the pen as they say, as long as the military tyranny in Burma continues to exist, remains in place and flourished as it does today, no thanks to the UN or other democracies led by the US, EU and, in particular, Great Britain, which made a lot out of Burma, during its century rule.

George Than Setkyar Heine


Friday, February 6, 2009

Living in the Dark Ages

Regarding the article, "Burmese PM’s Daughter Camera Shy on Her Wedding Day" [February 5, 2009; URL: ttp://www2.irrawaddy.com/article.php?art_id=15067]:

The outrageous excesses, massive human rights transgressions and the violence committed on a daily basis on its own people by this junta, supported implacably by the smiling Chinese government (and all governments and individuals who do business in Burma), is medieval in all human aspects. It is essential that all good people in the world collectively say "No," and speak up now, for all these places including Tibet, Darfur, East Turkestan and Zimbabwe, as we need every ounce of energy to prevent a major human catastrophe. What century are these archaic people—thugs in every respect—living in? Their quiet and calculating supporters are the worst.

Kerry Wright


Check Your Rakhine History

Regarding the article, "Rohingya Face More Hardships at Home, Abroad" [February 2, 2009; URL: http://www2.irrawaddy.com/article.php?art_id=15046]:

A Rakhine historian cannot judge the faith of the Rohingya. The so-called historians, who have their degrees, masters and doctorates under the guidelines of the Burmese junta, cannot claim to be perfect historians. They should study more classes in or outside Burma.

Aung Zaw Oo


No to Zionism

Regarding the article, "Malaysian Muslims to Boycott Coca-Cola" [January 7, 2009; URL: http://www2.irrawaddy.com/article.php?art_id=14883]:
As a Muslim, I congratulate your activist stance against Israel.

Tuba


Gambari's Lip Service

Regarding the article, "A Failed Mission" [February 4, 2009;
URL: http://www2.irrawaddy.com/article.php?art_id=15058]:
What do you expect from the Nigerian ambassador? You try not to solve your own affairs, but hope that a Nigerian god will solve a century-long problem. Wake up! Start national reconciliation, if you cannot take up arms. FYI, not only Burmese, but all races need to receive freedom after the struggle. Nobody wants to die for lip service, as has happened from U Nu to the current leaders. They want real equality and freedom.

Raza


Thursday, February 5, 2009

Shan Drug Trafficking

Regarding the article, “Prominent Businessman’s Associates Arrested in Drug Raids” [February 3, 2009; http://www2.irrawaddy.com/article.php?art_id=15052]:

The SSA are living on the opium trade and methamphetamines production. The chief of the SSA says his army and aspects are anti-drugs and that they collaborate with the international ban on all narcotic drugs production and distribution in the world. But the SSA exist and take refuge in the sale of drugs to Thailand and the rest of the world.

Minority Reports


Kachin Unite!

Regarding the article, “Kachin Independence Army Celebrates Anniversary” [February 4, 2009; URL: http://www2.irrawaddy.com/article.php?art_id=15059]:

Dear KIA colleagues, my comment is to recommend that you should unite into one group and that the chief of the Kachin should be Gori Zau Seng or Dr Tu Ja.



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