Posts Tagged ‘USDP’

Muslim members of USDP and NLD must learn how to “Run with the hare and hunt with the hounds”

November 7, 2013

Imagine this scenario:
“Running with the hare and hunting with the hounds”
If someone is running with the hare and hunting with the hounds, they are trying to support or go with two opposing views, causes or factions at the same time.

But what to do…Muslim members of USDP, NLD and some NGOs need to do like this….Ironically it may be like: “Having one’s cake and eat it too”
(idiomatic) To seek to have two things which are mutually incompatible (such as eating a piece of cake and yet still possessing that piece for future use).

It’s not possible to get your savings and keep the piggy bank intact. You can’t have your cake and eat it too!

Or more polite saying in Burmese: Shint lae shauk thar_Pyar lae swe thar” meaning peaceful co-existence like giving space for the bees to built a hive and leaing the freeway for the squirrel to run.

 I hope my friends  would understand me between you and another. And Pathi/Indian mixed blooded issue. I would not support or fight for anyone but wish to work together with everyone.
In politics there is no permanent enemy or eternal friends.
Lord Palmerston (Henry John Temple). According to wikipedia, he actually said:

“Therefore I say that it is a narrow policy to suppose that this country or that is to be marked out as the eternal ally or the perpetual enemy of England. We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow.”


USDP and NLD should now form a coalition government to share power for next 10 years

June 21, 2013

Actually they need to do this now…not only after they lost to NLD.

But if NLD win roughly about 50% of seats only and if USDP and Military seats combined is about 50% they need to form a coalition government if they wish to become a strong government.

If not buying, or forcing the MPs to jump sides could occur and could even MPs blackmailing the ruling party….

Actually if they now give Daw Suu a Vice President and share their power by offering some Cabinet Minister posts to NLD thus effectively forming the Nyunt Paung Asoeya or coalition government….

With the treaty to reciprocate this sharing even after 2015 whether any party wins…

If they do that…the peace and stability will return to Myanmar and definitely will be followed by the rapid and tremendously progress to catch up or could even overtake some ASEAN tigers.

No need to stir up the Amyo Thar Yae or Ultra-Nationalism to discredit NLD and democratic forces to win support and votes in the 2015 election.


Burma is changing, but not towards a simple state of freedom

March 30, 2013

Burma is changing, but not towards a simple state of freedom

By JOSEPH ALLCHIN Published: 7 November 2011

Not all are convinced: Burmese in Malaysia protest the ongoing offensives against ethnic minorities in Burma (Reuters)

Denial is not just a river in Egypt, Mark Twain once famously quipped. Indeed it seems it is a river in the memories of many international observers now swooning blindly over President Thein Sein and his reform agenda. (more…)

Ruling Party MP Warns of Renewed Arakan Violence

March 15, 2013

Ruling Party MP Warns of Renewed Arakan Violence

USDP Lower House MP for Buthidaung Township Shwe Maung (Photo: Patrick Boehler / The Irrawaddy)
Irrawaddy News: March 13, 2013


President U Thein Sein should invite Daw Suu led NLD to form an Interim government

August 5, 2012
  1. Hate Speeches,
  2. Derogatory name calling,
  3. Lopsided inflammatory Media reports cooked up the ULTRA-NATIONALIST SPIRIT of all the people of Myanmar.
  4. And the last icing on the cake was President’s Office Director’s wrong report in his FB that Armed Bengalis Illegally Invaded Myanmar soil forcing all the people to toe the line of calling for National Security Issue.
  5. The persons who could not agree to defend the country would automatically become traitors.
  6. Now it is time for the reformers to act decisively.
  7. Radical Hardliners in the top echelon of the Military, USDP and Government must be arrested and remove from office. To do that, President U Thein Sein should invite Daw Suu led NLD into the government and formed the Interim government to increase the momentum of Democratization process.

Proof of ongoing Genocide in Myanmar

July 6, 2012

Proof of ongoing Genocide in Myanmar

On 3rd of June 2012, ten Myanmar Muslims on pilgrimage trip (Tabalique) were ruthlessly massacred by 300 strong Radical Buddhist Terrorists without any reason except that they were happened to be Muslims. (Don’t come and give LAME EXCUSE about other criminal case, which may even be just a set-up plot by the Radical Hardliners to detonate the fuse of Communal Riots against the Muslims.)

Just read the NASTY and inhumane writing (posting) and comments and compare with the No. 3. DEHUMANIZATION from The 8 Stages of Genocide which is copied below.

Wake up and take what you need to do: UN, UNSG, UNSC, ICC, USA, EU and OIC have DUTY to protect and uphold the justice.


Myanmar Muslims’ properties and houses are arbitrarily being destroyed!

April 18, 2012

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