Searching for soft target, Myanmar Muslims but scared of the Pauk Phaw Gyi

From FB of Aungzaw Win
ၾကိဳက္ၾက မွာ မဟုတ္ေပမဲ႔ ေရး သင္႔လို႔ေရးပါျပီ၊၊ အို အမ်ိဳးေပ်ာက္မွာ စိုးေၾကာက္ သူ အေပါင္းတို႔ ………………. ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံတြင္း ျဖစ္ပြားေသာ ၇၀ % ေသာ လူကုန္ကူးမႈ သည္ အေရွ ႔ ေျမာက္ အရပ္ ရွိ တုိင္းျပည္ၾကီး သို႔ မိန္းမပ်ိဳေလး မ်ားကို ေရာင္းစားျခင္းျဖစ္ပါေၾကာင္း သတင္းႏွင္႔ ဂ်ာနယ္ မ်ားတြင္ဖတ္ရႈ ရပါသည္၊၊ ဥစၥာေပါ၊အသားလွ ၍ ၾကည္ျဖဴ ၾကေလသေလာ၊၊ ေၾကာက္ရြံံ ႔ ၾက ေလသေလာ မသိပါ၊၊ ဆန္႔က်င္သံ၊ တားဆီးသံမ်ား မၾကားရပါ၊၊ ဒုတိယ ကမၻာစစ္ ကာလ က ျဖစ္ပြားခဲ႔ေသာ မမ်ား လွေသာ အေၾကာင္းမ်ား ကို မေန႔တေန႔ ကျဖစ္ေန သလို ခရု ခါးေတာင္းၾကိဳက္ဖမ္း ဘို႔ညာသံ ေတြေပးျပီး လမ္းလြဲ လိုက္ေနၾကပါသည္၊၊ မသိ ၍ လြဲပါသည္ ဆိုလ်င္ ႏုံညာ လြန္းရာၾကပါသည္၊၊ သိလ်က္နွင္႔ လြဲ တာ ဆိုလ်င္ ယုတ္မာ ရာ ၾကပါသည္၊၊

Dear brother, although they called us wrongly KALAS just as a derogatory SLURR they called those from above as Swe Myo Pauk Phaw. (Pauk Phaw Pauk Phet or brothers)

Indian KALAS never kick them out but they, Bamas and all the Ethnic Minorities were pushed down or kicked out from China.

No Indian Kalas came and attack Myanmar except Kala Phyu English.

Pyu, Mon-Talaigns, Talinganas, Chola Danysty Indians, Indian Dravidian tribe in Panthwa, Orissa, Indian Buddhist colonists, and Hindu colonists, of Andhra Dynasty, from middle India (180 BC) established Hanthawaddy (Mon town) and Syriam (Ta Nyin or Than Lyin) in Burma are PRE-First Myanmar settlers before the establishment of First Bama Empire, Bagan. Their land and civilizations were taken over by late settler, Bamas.

But Chinese not only kick them out of China but follow up and continue bully them by comming down and attack Burma or Myanmar many times. Even Bagan was destroyed by Chinese.

But the girls and women they presented to China is nothing when they give their country by putting them as TOP leaders.

See this list from WIKIPEDIA

  1. Aik Htun[35]      (Kokang) – Managing director of Olympic Construction Co. and deputy      chairman of Asia Wealth Bank, two large conglomerates in Burma
  2. Aung Gyi[16]      – leading army dissident and Ne Win‘s former deputy/co-conspirator in the      1962 coup
  3. Aw      Boon Haw (Hakka) – Inventor of Tiger      Balm
  4. Aw      Boon Par (Hakka) – Brother of Aw      Boon Haw
  5. Edward Michael Law-Yone – Burmese      journalist and founder of The Nation
  6. Khin      Nyunt (Hakka) [36]      – Former Prime Minister (2003–2004) and Chief of Intelligence (1983–2004)      of Myanmar
  7. Khun Sa      (Kokang) – Major Southeast Asian drug lord
  8. Kyaw      Myint – founder of Myanmar May Flower Bank
  9. Lo      Hsing Han (Kokang) – Major Southeast Asian drug lord
  10. Ne Win      (Hakka)[37]      – Leader of Burma from 1960s to 1980s
  11. Ngwe      Gaing: Alinga Kyawzwa award-winning painter
  12. Pheung      Kya-shin – leader of Kokang Special Region and Myanmar National      Democratic Alliance Army
  13. San Yu      (Hakka) – President of Burma (1981–1988)
  14. Serge Pun[38]      – Proprietor of Yoma Bank, a major banking chain in Myanmar and chairman      of First Myanmar Investment Co. Ltd (FMI), one of Myanmar’s leading      investment companies and Serge Pun & Associates Limited, an investment      conglomerate[39]
  15. Taw      Sein Ko (Hokkien)[40]      – eminent Director of Archaeology (1901–1915)
  16. Thakin Ba Thein Tin[16]      – Communist leader from the 1970s to the 1990s
  17. Tun Myint Naing[41]      (Kokang) – Business tycoon
  18. Kat Sein – former Minister of      Health
  19. Kyaw      Myint – Minister of Health

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