hits counter Letters to a Dictator: Correspondence from NLD Chairman Aung Shwe to the SLORC's Senior General Than Shwe - Ebook PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

Letters to a Dictator: Correspondence from NLD Chairman Aung Shwe to the SLORC's Senior General Than Shwe

Availability: Ready to download

From the NLD letters '[The Minister for Rail Transportation' U Win Sein tried to win the trust of the people by encouraging them to turn against Aung San Suu Kyi, telling them lies about her personal life... U Win Sein then shouted to the villagers three times, "That's why we must get rid of her! We must exterminate her!" He asked the audience if they knew the meaning of th From the NLD letters '[The Minister for Rail Transportation' U Win Sein tried to win the trust of the people by encouraging them to turn against Aung San Suu Kyi, telling them lies about her personal life... U Win Sein then shouted to the villagers three times, "That's why we must get rid of her! We must exterminate her!" He asked the audience if they knew the meaning of the phrase "exterminate her", and he said it meant to kill her.' 'The NLD has learned that members have been taken to be used as porters for military operations... [and that NLD member] U Saw Htun Nwe, a Karen national, died of fatigue as a result of his age... Until now the NLD has not received any information regarding the rest of the official [and] does not know if its members are wounded or healthy, dead or alive. The NLD considers this act of forced conscription as absolutely barbaric.' 'While two of the robbers were pulling my things back, the leader of the group was threatening me... I shouted at them saying, "Who are you people? Are you terrorising me, robbing me like this in public? Are you 'the SLORC's] hitman?"... Then the leader pulled out a jagged eight-inch knife. I said to him, "Come on, strike me. Weapons don't show courage. Come on, go ahead."' 'The Pantanaw Township LORC summoned officials from all departments of the town and asked them if Dr. Tin Min Htut had violated any law. When [they] could not find fault with him the town's police chief ordered... his men to find anything that could incriminate the NLD representatives... When the police searched Dr. Tin Min Htut's house they found two Singaporean coins in a small toy cup [his] son was playing with them. Dr Tin Min Htut was arrested for illegal possession of a foreign currency.'


Compare

From the NLD letters '[The Minister for Rail Transportation' U Win Sein tried to win the trust of the people by encouraging them to turn against Aung San Suu Kyi, telling them lies about her personal life... U Win Sein then shouted to the villagers three times, "That's why we must get rid of her! We must exterminate her!" He asked the audience if they knew the meaning of th From the NLD letters '[The Minister for Rail Transportation' U Win Sein tried to win the trust of the people by encouraging them to turn against Aung San Suu Kyi, telling them lies about her personal life... U Win Sein then shouted to the villagers three times, "That's why we must get rid of her! We must exterminate her!" He asked the audience if they knew the meaning of the phrase "exterminate her", and he said it meant to kill her.' 'The NLD has learned that members have been taken to be used as porters for military operations... [and that NLD member] U Saw Htun Nwe, a Karen national, died of fatigue as a result of his age... Until now the NLD has not received any information regarding the rest of the official [and] does not know if its members are wounded or healthy, dead or alive. The NLD considers this act of forced conscription as absolutely barbaric.' 'While two of the robbers were pulling my things back, the leader of the group was threatening me... I shouted at them saying, "Who are you people? Are you terrorising me, robbing me like this in public? Are you 'the SLORC's] hitman?"... Then the leader pulled out a jagged eight-inch knife. I said to him, "Come on, strike me. Weapons don't show courage. Come on, go ahead."' 'The Pantanaw Township LORC summoned officials from all departments of the town and asked them if Dr. Tin Min Htut had violated any law. When [they] could not find fault with him the town's police chief ordered... his men to find anything that could incriminate the NLD representatives... When the police searched Dr. Tin Min Htut's house they found two Singaporean coins in a small toy cup [his] son was playing with them. Dr Tin Min Htut was arrested for illegal possession of a foreign currency.'

10 review for Letters to a Dictator: Correspondence from NLD Chairman Aung Shwe to the SLORC's Senior General Than Shwe

  1. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ha My

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alice

  4. 5 out of 5

    Win Soe

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tint Way

  6. 4 out of 5

    Namikaze Kirito

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Thu

  8. 5 out of 5

    James

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mnaingoo

  10. 4 out of 5

    NAXKX

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.