Burmese Leader Ousted By Military // Biden Warns Military
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Burmese Leader Ousted By Military For Vote Fraud Had Close Clinton, Soros Ties

By Eduardo Rivero | National File Monday, February 01, 2021
State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, who was ousted on Monday by the military for purported fraud in Burma’s November elections, had close ties to both Hillary Clinton and George Soros.

Former Secretary Hillary Clinton had developed a close relationship with Aung San Suu Kyi following the first meeting between the two liberal female politicians in 2011, and upon meeting, they began “strategizing”.

“After so many years of reading and thinking about this celebrated Burmese dissident, we were finally face to face,” Clinton wrote in Hard Choices, her account of her tenure as Secretary of State. “I felt we had known each other for a lifetime, even though we had just met…Soon we were chatting, strategizing and laughing like old friends.”

Clinton advised Aung San Suu Kyi to contest a parliamentary seat in the 2012 Burmese elections, which Aung San Suu Kyi ultimately did, kickstarting the latter’s formal political career in Burma, also known as Myanmar.

The admiration between the two liberals went both ways. Aung San Suu Kyi heaped praise on Clinton,

Aung San Suu Kyi also received strong support from then-President Barack Obama, who routinely advocated for her release from house arrest. Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested repeatedly during the 1990s and 2000s for “subversive acts”, following her involvement in riots against the Myanmar government.

Obama awarded her the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal in 2012, which she described as “one of the most moving days of my life”.

Ultimately, the Obama administration engineered Aung San Suu Kyi’s rise to power in 2015, by placing sanctions on Myanmar and insisting on only removing them if Aung San Suu Kyi was given a political role in the country.
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Another important ally of Aung San Suu Kyi was progressive billionaire George Soros and his global NGO network, which strongly supported her activities.

https://nationalfile.com/burmese-leader-...oros-ties/

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Lmao

They dont play that shit in Burma.
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A senior State Department official said, “We have tracked the situation of trafficking in Burma for a long time and had concerns about it for a long time. In this past year, we assessed that the government does not fully meet the minimum standards and is not making significant efforts.”

The U.S. official went on to say, “Our concerns include that Burmese Armed Forces operations in Rakhine State dislocated hundreds of thousands of Rohingya and members of other ethnic groups, many of whom were exploited throughout the region as a result.”
In addition, the unlawful recruitment of child soldiers by the Burmese Armed Forces and ethnic armed groups continued. Authorities punished former child soldiers for desertion, alleged fraud, and defamation, and authorities also continue to prevent the United Nations from playing a constructive role in eradicating the recruitment and use of children by ethnic armed groups.
The TIP Report found that the Burmese military continued to subject adults and children to forced labor. And Burmese government officials were reportedly complicit in both sex and labor trafficking.
The United States urges Burma to implement all the recommendations in the TIP Report, especially those related to ceasing all unlawful recruitment and use of children in the armed forces and allowing the UN to conduct this work with ethnic armed groups. Burma should immediately and unconditionally release Aung Ko Htwe,[Ahn Koh Twey] who was arrested in August 2017 for speaking out about his experience as a child soldier.
The U.S. also calls on the Burmese government to end its officials’ involvement in sex trafficking and forced labor and to hold such officials criminally accountable for these crimes.




https://editorials.voa.gov/a/human-traff...71130.html
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Why is everyone still calling it Burma ? Since 1993 the country has been known as Myanmar and is recognized as such by the United Nations.......
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I was going to ignore the Myanmar election until Biden flapped his yap
Summary: Myanmar suffered from the same kind of election fraud the United States did. Rather than sit on it's behind like America's military did, Myanmar immediately moved in and arrested the fraudsters the second the fraud was revealed all the while, just like America's media, Myanmar's media screamed there was not vote fraud.
I was going to just ignore this because America has much bigger problems than Myanmar, until Biden flapped his yap and stated the military taking action was "an outrage" and that the election there was not stolen because their media said it was not stolen! FACT: America's was definitely stolen and the military did NOTHING. That means Myanmar is a LOT less corrupt than the United States, because at least when an election was obviously stolen in Myanmar, it got put right.
Of course Biden is "outraged" because he does not want other countries setting examples after what he did.


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Guy from Myanmar says that the military has been over the territory and they are still fighting to keep democracy from taking over.
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Like I said the NWO is making it's move across the world.

They need to be eliminated for the evil they have been and continue to be!
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The Bermesian says that in Myanmar there two parties: the green and the red.

The red party makes up a civilian party (democratic like party) and the green party makes up a military party.  They state that their country is not communist (it may have been taken over at one time initially), but the red party is becoming popular, even though the green party has held it for quite some time, as also the military controls the country.

Their current leader is a red party and the congress is also red set to run until 2030.  The military (party) removed the current red leader due to election fraud (sounds like here although nobody did anything here).  They stated that Myanmar people around the world will be protesting the military removing the red leader today.  I'm guessing they are wanting a more civilian government instead of a military law one.

Now if Biden pulls a martial law in this county, it will be a communist style takeover.  And so with the military being a gestapo, along with a majority rule demoncrats (even though they ignore the fact that this is a Constitutional republic), we seem to be going the direction that Myanmar has been for at least 50 or more years (probably some time before/after WWI or WWII).  So our country might become a Myanmar like system here in the US.
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Biden White House warns Myanmar military that US will 'take action' after coup
Mark Moore
6-8 minutes

The US warned Myanmar over its military coup on Monday that Washington would consider reimposing sanctions unless the “rule of law” is restored and detainees, including Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi and senior political leaders of the Southeast Asian nation, are released.

The Myanmar army announced on military-owned television that it had imposed a state of emergency for a year and turned power over to military chief Min Aung Hlaing, claiming the government had not acted on its allegations of fraud in November’s election that saw Suu Kyi’s ruling party win a majority of seats in parliament.

The military also argued that the government allowed the election to proceed despite the coronavirus pandemic.

President Biden’s White House said the military’s actions unless reversed in Myanmar – also known as Burma – could result in a resumption of sanctions.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrives to hold his first press briefing at the State Department in Washington, U.S. on January 27, 2021.

https://nypost.com/2021/02/01/biden-wh-w...ke-action/

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U.S. warns Myanmar’s military it’ll be punished for coup
Nahal Toosi
5-6 minutes

Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks during a press conference on Dec. 17, 2019. | Aung Shine Oo, File/AP Photo

The Biden administration warned Myanmar’s military officials Sunday that it will “take action” if they proceed with an apparent coup against the country’s civilian leaders.

The crisis in Myanmar, also known as Burma, is unfolding just days after President Joe Biden took office, and in some ways it challenges the very heart of Biden’s foreign policy vision.

The new president has promised to stand up for democracy and human rights around the world, including against communist-led China. A Myanmar military coup would derail significant progress the Asian country has made toward democracy in recent years. The country’s armed forces have also been accused of genocide and other atrocities against minority groups. At the same time, one reason the United States has encouraged democracy in Myanmar is to draw it out of the orbit of China, its neighbor to the northeast.

According to reports from the region, the Myanmar military has taken into custody several top civilian leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate and democracy activist whose political party has won recent elections. In a televised statement, the military said that it had taken control of the country and declared a state of emergency for one year.

The military has been unhappy with the outcome of elections in November in which Suu Kyi’s party did well, while the military-backed party fared relatively poorly. The military is alleging voter fraud. Myanmar’s new parliament was due to convene Monday for its first session.

In a statement late Sunday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the United States is “alarmed” by the reports.

https://www.politico.com/news/2021/01/31...oup-464252

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