Posts Tagged ‘Internally displaced person’

If Myanmar Government and the Generals and ex-Generals are put at Coco Island for life, lets wait and see how many of them will attempt running away with boats or rafts

December 21, 2013

U Aung Min need not talk sarcastically like that.

Just stop ALL the discrimination based on religion of ISLAM. Give all the rights of citizens, respect Human Rights and if there if equal rights, 90% Myanmar‘s problems will be solved.

Now your government is SHAMELESSLY putting Muslim IDPs under Concentration Camps. Because of that Rohingyas have to resort to runaway with rickety boats.

May be one day if you and the whole Myanmar Government and all the Generals and ex-Generals are put at Coco Island for life, lets wait and see how many of you will attempt like Rohingyas, running away with boats or rafts.

Burmese Nazis

October 30, 2013

Burmese Nazis by Emanuel Stoakes on Oct 30, 2013

It was my second visit to the town of Sittwe, in Burma’s western Rakhine state this year, and my third visit to the country itself in six months. Prompted as much by what seemed like fate as opportunity, I had journeyed once again to this part of the world in order to write about the plight of the Rohingya ethnic minority, a stateless people whose suffering and increasing proximity to disaster are not well-known in the West.


Rakhine MP U Aung Myat Kyaw (stupidly) said the racist rubbish words

October 13, 2013

Rakhine MP U Aung Myat Kyaw (stupidly) said that it would be good and there should be no problem if NGOs are careful and help fairly. There are few fair NGOs but there are a lot of bias NGOs. 90% of them are not doing anything for Rakhines. Because they had also done unfairly before, grievances and dissatisfaction grew. They totally reject the AZG….

My friend retorted that most of the Rakhines including the MPs are Racist idiots. Because of the Rakhine terrorists’ violence were on 90% of IDPs are Rohingyas and the NGOs need to help those 90% of people in-need.


IX. Recommendations to the Government of Burma, UN and world

April 22, 2013

IX. Recommendations

To the Government of Burma

Justice and Accountability

  • Fully, promptly, and impartially investigate those responsible for serious abuses in connection with the sectarian violence in Arakan State and prosecute them fairly to the fullest extent of the law, regardless of rank or position.
  • Agree to the establishment of an independent international mechanism to investigate serious violations of international human rights law, including possible crimes against humanity, committed by security forces and non-state actors in Arakan State.
  • Provide unfettered access to Arakan State for the United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in Burma, and for representatives of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
  • Authorize and facilitate establishment of an OHCHR office in Burma with a mandate for rights protection, promotion, and technical assistance; and permit OHCHR to set up branch offices as needed elsewhere in the country, including in Arakan State.
  • Invite the UN special rapporteur on freedom of religion and belief to visit and report on the situation in Arakan State.