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Reporters Without Borders' Team Wishes You an Excellent 2013

There are 3 comments on the story from Jan 29, 2013, titled Reporters Without Borders' Team Wishes You an Excellent 2013. In it, reports that:

Our year began with Tunisia's President Moncef Marzouki receiving us at the presidential palace in Carthage, where we defended the cause of media freedom in the country that gave birth to the "Arab springs." The president gave us an award that says: "Tunisia, grateful to Reporters Without Borders for its active solidarity during the years of heat." ... (more)

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Dagenham, UK

#1 Jan 30, 2013
Islamic imperialism - without border - in conflict not only with Israel but also with Universal Catholism.
That is what it boils down to in final anslysis. Without border means exploiting the benefit system anywhere that is available. The London borough of Tower Hamlet id now a muslim colony living on English tax payers: karma for the English colonialism. The area is full of illiterate Bangladeshis.
Irony of history.

Dagenham, UK

#2 Jan 30, 2013
Morsi of Egypt is up the creek. He did not get an award. Arab fire is still burning. Moral of the story: never start a fire that you cannot put out.

Dagenham, UK

#3 Jan 30, 2013
Christophe Deloire completely fails to appreciate how ignorant the old gentleman Win Tin of Burma is. The old man is one of he leaders of traitor Suu Kyi Aris's National League for Democracy.
Win Tin is a cocky journalist whose only badge of honour was having been imprisoned for a long time. Granted the imprisonment was disproportionate and inhumane. Journalists never explain to the public the contexts involved. As the events had proven Mark II military regime was honest about their intention to democratise Burma having learnt the disasterous errors of Mark I military communist regime of real dictator so-called General Ne Win, whose real name was Shu Maung. The 1990 elections were meant to form a national assembly of elected representatives of the Assembly, not of Parliament, But opportunist and usurper Mrs. SuuKyi Aris wanted executive power straightaway. She started agitations and disturbances to peace by exploiting her late father's name. She had to be quarantined in her house.
The regime wanted the elected representatives to write a constiition under which fresh elections would be held. SuuKyi Aris and Win Tin would not have any of that. Why? SuuKyi was power hungry. NLD had no brain to write such an important document as ' constitution'. They power and above all revenge to the army; an impossible sitation as the army was the only institution capable of assuming state power at the time. Burma needed the army to advance democracy and opportunist SuuKyi Aris wanted ' elective dictatorship', not dissimilar to Margaret Thatcher of UK, whose political fortunes were revived and immensely advanced by the stupidity of Argentina's Galtiari who invaded the Falklands.
Mrs.SuuKyi had benefitted from the massacre of between 3000 and 10000 students and other civilians in 1988 by the Mark I military regime. She had also benefitted from the ignorance of the majority of Burmese people, their naivete and gullibility and hatred of anything military.

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