Land battles surface in Myanmar as reforms unfold
The landscape of Mingaladon township on the northern outskirts of Myanmar's main city tells a story of economic upheaval.
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#1 Oct 22, 2012
Learn more with Thai junk Food democracy Then
Burma will sucess as Thai politic.
Red and Yellow Shirt.Find an unenable wars
Glass Root Need Moneys so when the Army
wants to Win in the ongoing election the Army
Should distribute some Moneys to Grass Root.particulary the People in Remote areaMafia in the area receive Budget from army to provide Moneys to People that can cast a ballt for election.an pm .These Process will Surely make Army achieve an election.Who doesnt do along this Way will Be killed.By this Process. Aussann cannot to compet.
#2 Oct 22, 2012
Interesting comment. The notion of landless farmers is a disgraceful affront to Myanmar society and state.
75% of the population are farmers, who feed us.
It is our duty, natiomal duty to make sure that our farmers live a decent life.
Freedom does not mean freedom to exploit the vulnerable. Neither does it mean freedom to tell lies and be disloyal to Burma on the part of the media.
Is democracy plunging Burma into anarchy, injustice to our farmers, and loss of direction?
We are very concerned.
The BSPP regime of the late ShuMaung robbed the farmers at gun point and every knows the consequences.
To restore the honour of the Army, Tatmataw, we must look after the farmers to whom we owe a debt.
United Myanmar Patriotic Front
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