Posts Tagged ‘Karen Human Rights Group’

Myanmar’s Lawless Land

October 23, 2013

Myanmar’s Lawless Land    By Phil Thornton in DIPLOMAT

Myanmar’s fledgling reforms have attracted significant Western interest. But they have also brought thousands of land claims by ethnic villagers.

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There’s no doubt that Myanmar is a country in transition. Even its harshest critics admit that the government is initiating reforms. Laws have been passed that allow participation in politics and increased media freedom. Many political prisoners have been freed, travel restrictions have been eased and ceasefire agreements have been brokered with ethnic armed groups.


Dear Nan letter No 3

August 31, 2013

Compassionate letter : Third letter for Dear Nan, with love

Compassionate letter 3:

Third letter for Dear Nan, with love

With my Pseudonym, Bo Aung Din in Burma Digest and in San Oo Aung blog
 “today’s human rights violations are the causes of tomorrow’s conflicts”

“… today’s human rights violations are the causes of tomorrow’s conflicts.” by Mary Robinson, High Commissioner for Human Rights (1997-2002)       

Dear Nan,

We all should follow the wise and compassionate advice of our true Buddhist monk in accordance to the true teaching of Lord Buddha, which I copied from the Feb 21, 2006 (DVB) English news, because I am sure that Intra-Myanmar Internet access to all the opposition web sites are blocked.