Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 13:50:24 GMT
Local: Mon, Aug 10 2009 9:50 pm
Subject: Re: Goh Chok Tong does not know what he is talking. Better to shut up.
The pap Leegime has to prop up the evil Burmese junta in
order to make LKY looks civil when compare to these people.
> August 7, Irrawaddy
> Suu Kyi is 'part of the problem': Goh Chok Tong - Wai Moe
> Goh Chok Tong, Singapore's former prime minister and current senior
> minister, said on Thursday that Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu
> Kyi is "part of the problem" facing the military-ruled country. HOW CAN
> SHE BE PART OF THE PEOBLEM???. SHE IS IN INCOMMUNICADO. SHE CANT TALK?.
> NOT ALLOWED. HOW CAN SHE BE PART OF THE PROBLEM.
> Goh told reporters at the Asia-Middle East Media Roundtable in Singapore
> that while the West sees Suu Kyi as the solution to Burma's problems, she
> is also "part of problem" because she believes she is the government,
> SORRY GOH CHOK TONG !! SHE DID NOT STATE AT ANY THINE SHE IS THE
> GOVERNMENT. WHER DID YOU GET THIS RUBBISH ???.
> according to Singapore's Channel NewsAsia news network. SUU KYI IS LOCKED
> UP MOST OF THE TIME. SHE WANTS DIALOGUE BUT THE JUNTA DOES NOT. THE JUNTA
> JUST DOES NOT WANT TO DIALOGUE !!!. THEIR ATTITUDE IS "WE HAVE GOT THE
> GUNS AND YOU WILL DO AS I SAY". THIS IS DIRTY DICTATORSHIP. WORST THAN
> YOUR POLICE STATE...
> He also suggested Suu Kyi's party, the National League for Democracy
> (NLD), needed to seek a fresh mandate in the 2010 elections, saying that
> Suu Kyi should not dwell on the fact that her party's victory in the 1990
> elections was not recognized by the junta. HER PARTY WON THE ELECTION BUT
> WAS STOLEN BY THE JUNTA BECAUSE THE JUNTA WAS AFRAID ID REPRISALS. THE
> BLOOD OF THE PEOPLE ARE STILL WET ON THEIR HANDS.
> "That was 19 years ago, that's history. PEOPLE ARE STANDING UP FOR
> PRINCIPLE, DEMOCRACY, OPENESS, PEACE AND JUSTICE. If she realizes she has
> to be part
> of the solution, she has to offer some concessions, such as to publicly
> say that she would be in favor of the lifting of sanctions," Goh was
> quoted as saying in The Malaysian Insider on Friday.
> On Burma's scheduled elections for next year, Goh said the junta should
> make sure that the elections were "fair, free and legitimate." He added:
> "The process must involve parties that oppose you as well. Aung San Suu
> Kyi must be allowed to participate." THE JUNTA WILL NOT ALLOW THAT. THEY
> ARE AFRAID OF SUU KYI.