Myanmar: Old atrocity, new implications
Myanmar: Old atrocity, new implications By Bertil Lintner YANGON - An atrocity committed 20 years ago by an armed opposition student group continues to haunt Myanmar, a bloody purge that could have far-reaching consequences for segments of the country's pro-democracy movement, their foreign backers and the new quasi-civilian incarnation of the ... (more)
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#1 Oct 31, 2012
Very interesting article, reminiscent of the reign of terror that followed the guillotining Louis XVI of France.
Who is Burma's Robespierre?
What lesson can Burmese learn from this episode?
We wonder if Shwebomin is aware of this. We know that he had provided funds to ABSDF in 1988/9.
CRDB(UK) also received funds from Shwebomin.
Any information about what he is doing these days?
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