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There are only “two sides” if you fight for the democracy, which are “democratic side” and “dictatorial side” but there is “no neutral side”. *Therefore this forum is against “the dictatorial side” and stands up for “the democratic side”; *then, “not” going to stand up for “the neutral side”.



This forum is a political forum for communicating with each other by knowing situations of Burma who are in exile or outside and inside Burma. Subsequently this forum is “a globe network for supporting Burma’s democratic movement.”



So, if you are a NLD member or a supporter of the CRPP/ Committee Representing People's Parliament & /or NLD/National League for Democracy & / or DASSK/ Daw Aung San Suu Kyi ’s movements and also interested in being a member, you are welcome to join us.



Each one can take the chances to post, update, and share information on the situations of Burma, views of the democratization, desires of the multi-ethnic affairs, statements / activities of the communities / organizations / individuals, and knowledge of the literatures in this forum.



In fact that we can understand and believe in each other, and then we can work together; moreover, we will be able to be united in Democracy Revolution.



In the future Burma:

To establish a democratically Civilian government

To get a Genuine Federal Union

To get fully Human Rights

To live in Peace and Security



To release immediately

U Khun Tun Oo-SNLD/CRPP,

Including all political prisoners in Burma.



http://www.nldburma.org/


http://www.youtube.com/user/nldburma

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  • 2319
  • Burmese
  • Jul 13, 2003
  • English

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