The Dictators: Part 2 - Ne Win Tightens his Grip

Mar 8, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine

This is the second installment in the The Dictators series by The Irrawaddy that delves into the lives and careers of Burma's two most infamous military chiefs and the cohorts that surrounded them.

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Mar 8, 2013
 
Dear Asrehole Aung Zaw,
We know everything about Fargaung ShuMaung, more than you can ever imagine. England welcomed him letting him own a house in Wimblefon.
AungZaw, for fcuk sake stop censoring our comments in your fcuked up Irrawaddy. You are just a piece of siht. You will be exposed - and destroyed if you do not stop behaving like a media Dictator.
Understand?
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Mar 9, 2013
 
And stop promoting yourself. You are not a great author you like to believe you are. You don't know the real background of ShuMaung either. How ShuMaung became one of the 30 comrades was purely by chance.
ShuMaung worked as s post-office clerk. He was a friend of Thakin BaSein and his wife. Purely by chance he was invited secretly to join the mission of AungSan to stowaway in a Norwegian cargo boat to receive military training by Japan on the island of Taiwan.
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Mar 13, 2013
 
Read Hainan for Taiwan.

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