- Human Rights
Some extracts from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Rosie Mai Khin Nyunt wrote :
Thanks to my father (U Khin Maung Gyi) who kept this booklet which he received during his service at the United Nations in early 1960s.
And as I duly respect the Human Rights, I also keep.
Power Mongers in Myanmar
Most member nations agree that the Power Mongers in Myanmar have blatantly violated the basic principles and have terrorized the law abiding citizens.
To name a few
- Cutting off communications (Internet and phones)
- Defying their handcrafted Constitution
- Staging a coup
- Freeing assassins
- Arresting noble people
- Using deadly weapons to kill innocent citizens
- Spreading lies on TV and in newspapers
- The “Ocean of People (much bigger than “Lu Pin Le / Sea of People”) gave a loud and clear message.
“We want an end to the unprincipled back stabbing Pretenders who would kow tow to a Dhammantaye and their Aba (local and abroad), but harass and kill innocent people.”
- Undeterred by the intimidation of the Power Mongers, the law abiding citizens expressed nonviolently the atrocities of the megalomaniacs, who are worse than the Nazis.
- The Power Mongers insulted and threatened all Generations (children, youth) from all walks of life (professionals, honest hard-working people, …)
- Gen Alpha provided face masks
- Gen Z stated their deep concerns in multiple languages in front of embassies and media
- Gen X, Gen Y and Gen J provided physical, mental, spiritual and financial support
- CDM members displayed integrity and unity