TOKYO/BANGKOK: Japan leads Myanmar aid talks

Oct 13, 2012 Full story: Asia News Network

Japan played a leading role in helping Myanmar to settle its outstanding debts at a meeting of donor nations for the impoverished country held Thursday in Tokyo, aiming to support reform efforts and promote investment by Japanese firms.

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#1 Oct 13, 2012
Very good. Ultimately, it must be understood that Japan trained Burma's hero Bogyoke -(General) Aung San and his comrades on the island of Hainan.
And Burma belongs to ASEAN and is part of Asia.
Therefore, development of Burma is in the region's interest.
England, with its colonial, proprietorial attitude to Burma is completely blinkered. All diehard and neo-colonists of England wants is to humiliate Burma by foisting Traitor SuuKyi Aris as President.
Why?
Let's face it.
She opened her legs to Michael Aris. She was under an Englishman. If Burma is under her, then Burma is under England again. That is the ultimate aim of the diehard and neo-colonialistd.
Pure and simple.
England, having blackmailed Burma will never help Burma. Only Japan, Korea, China, India and Thailand and rest of ASEAN could and should help Burma.
When SuuKyi married Aris, she could not have thought of serving Burmese people. If she had any sense of duty to Burma, she would never have married any Englishman.
She simply did not care about Burma at all.
Now she wants to be president, to help fulfil the design of the diehard and neo-colonialists of England. To recolonise Burma, using the wife of an Englishman.
SuuKyi should be really ashame of herself, instead of strutting in her colour coordinated clothes.
She is not a Lady but a fake, intent on revenging her brother Aung San Oo because he disowned her for treason, for humiliating Burma.
Aung San Oo did the right thing.
Stop victimising Aung San Oo, son of Aung San.

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