“The dog days are not over; they are ruling us.”
“If all the Generals unite, Burma will be damned.”
“No criminal court for past dictators; it’s the law.“
Question for U Win Tin from MoeMaKa
July 25th, 2011
It has been a while we could not get interview with U Win Tin due to the poor phone line and also due to his health condition. As he was spending time in hospital, it was hard for us to get the phone connection with him too. Some has concerns for missing our weekly interview with U Win Tin but a few told us to give up doing interview pieces with U Win Tin because he became old, fragile and sick so that he had misses and out of touch with NLD and the current situation in Burma. However, we MoeMaKa as soon as we had chance to talk to him, we made interview with him again.
“What are you talking about? There are no civil war, political prisoners, or refugees.”
“Stop the sanction for the sake of my daughter!”
This postcard displays three women politcal prisoners and more in the background, all jailed for working towards a democratic Burma.
The Burmese people donated 580,000 kyat towards the benefit of 54 political prisoners, 4 of which are new beneficiaries that are female. These donations were collected through Moemaka and then handed over to the Political Prisoner Support network, a branch…
“Why always her? Why not us?” (July 13th, 2011)