Unity and Integration is NOT Assimilation ဘာသာစကားမတူ လူမ် ဳိးမတူလည္း ညီညြတ္လုိ႔ရတယ္

Ah Phu Phu
ဗမာေတြ အဓိပါယ္ဖြင္႔ဆုိတဲ႔ စည္းလုံးညီညႊတ္ျခင္းဆုိတာ
အက်ၤ ီတူ၊ အေရာင္တူ၊ ဘာသာတူ၊ အသိဥာဏ္တူ၊ အက်င္႔တူ
အဲဒါမ် ဳိးကုိ ဆုိခ်င္တာ၊၊ အႏၱိမ စည္းလုံးျခင္းဆုိရရင္ လူတုိင္းလူတုိင္း
ေမာင္ညဳိ ျဖစ္ေစခ်င္တာ၊၊

က် ဳပ္နားလည္တဲ႔ စည္းလုံးျခင္းဆုိတာ လူတုိင္း အျဖဴ၀တ္ဖုိ႔မလုိဘူး
လူတုိင္း အေရာင္တူစရာမလုိဘူး၊ ဘာသာတူဖုိ႔လည္း အဓိကမဟုတ္ဘူး
အသိဥာဏ္တူဖုိ႔လည္းမရွိဘူး၊ အက်င္႔မတူလည္းရတယ္၊၊ ကုန္ကုန္ကြာ..
လူတုိင္းလူတုိင္း ေမာင္ညဳိျဖစ္စရာမလုိဘူး၊၊ ေမာင္ျဖဴ ေမာင္နီေမာင္၀ါ
ညီညြတ္လုိ႔ ရတယ္၊၊ အေၾကာင္းအရာ တစ္ခုခုမွာ ညီညြတ္လုိ႔ရတယ္

ဘာသာစကားမတူလည္း ညီညြတ္လုိ႔ရတယ္၊ လူမ် ဳိးမတူလည္း
ညီညြတ္လုိ႔ရတယ္၊၊ ဒါကုိ နားမလည္ရင္ ဗမာအေတြးအေခၚ
အဆင္႔ ဘဲရွိမယ္၊၊


Ah phu phu

အေၾကာင္းအရာ တခုအေပၚမွာ စည္းလံုးညီညြတ္ျခင္း ဆိုတာကို က်ေနာ္တို႔အားလံုး ေလ့က်င့္ရမယ္။

Unity and Integration is NOT Assimilation…

Integration could be defined as “the bringing of people of different racial, ethnic or religious groups into unrestricted and equal association, as in society and its institutions”. Integration could also mean a process of desegregation, ie. dismantling of ghettos and
removing barriers.

Integration is the total opposite to disengagement. Integration is not about socially engineering a new generation based on no distinct faith, ethnic or cultural identity. This is precisely what assimilation would do. Integration it is not a one-way street. Minority communities do not have a moral obligation to integrate into the majority community. Such a suggestion assumes the majority communities’ values, lifestyle, cultures and customs are superior. This is simply an arrogant supposition. Integration must have an element of give and take and willingness to share.

Read more here @

  1. Integration, not assimilation
  2. Fine Line Between Assimilation and Integration
  3. Assimilation/Integration

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