Posts Tagged ‘2007 Burmese anti-government protests’

U Ye Htut, Hmuu Zaw, U Thein Sein and Sr General Min Aung Hlaing are guilty of COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY

May 1, 2013

၀မ္ကိုက္ရြာကို အခု မီးရွိဳ႕ေနပါျပီ။ ထံုးစံအတုိ္င္း ရဲ နဲ႕ တပ္ ဘာမွ မလုပ္ပါ။ ျမိဳ႕နယ္ အုပ္ခ်ဳပ္ေ၇းမွဴးကိုယ္တိုင္ ဦးစီးျပီး အဖ်က္လုပ္ငန္းကို လုပ္ေဆာင္ေန….

What you want to say U Ye Tut and Mr Hmuu Zaw? Two of you, U Thein Sein Mr Min Aung Hlaing would be held responsible at UN, ICC….

Don’t play fool…

If you all cannot control…Please give the President post to Daw Suu, NLD, 8888 and 2007 Saffron Revolution Monks. If you want to hold on power, the power comes with responsible. Now U Ye Tut and Mr Hmuu Zaw?

Two of you, U Thein Sein Mr Min aung Hlaing are seen as IRRESPONSIBLE leaders and take note that failure to arrest all those terrorists is a crime of Omission.

As the leaders you all are guilty of COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY.

Fake monk Wai Rathu should learn from the real good monks

September 2, 2012
Monks Protesting in Burma, September 2007

Monks Protesting in Burma, September 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

U Gambira

U Gambira (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

During the darkest days of the dictatorship, after the arrests of most secular political leaders in the 1990s, it was the monks who led resistance to the junta. These “sons of Buddha” could organize discreetly inside their monasteries and spread pro-democracy, anti-regime sentiments to the people. Perhaps the most charismatic was Ashin Gambira, now 33, a leader of the Saffron Revolution. After the junta crushed the uprising, Gambira’s monastery in Yangon was shut down and the monk was arrested and sentenced to 63 years in prison. He withstood four years of torture and beatings and was freed on January 13. Gambira promptly resumed his harsh critiques of the government.