Maung Zarni will join an international group of distinguished human rights researchers and defenders including Rohingya refugee activists from India, Thailand and New Zealand.
A Veteran Chin Revolutionary from Myanmar recalls His Experience about Myanmar’s historic nationwide uprisings of 8 August 1988 (or 8888)
“If you continue to demonstrate, the soldiers will take care of you. Soldiers never shoot into the air just to scare. They shoot straight. If you keep on making trouble, don’t think that you will get away with it!”
ဇွန်၁၈၊ ၂၀၂၃။ မောင်ဇာနည်။
FORSEA cofounder M. Zarni dissects the regime's so-called "partial pardon" of #AungSanSuuKyi: confuse #Myanmar resistance, coopt tired NLD leaders, placate @ASEAN & arm-supplier-neighbours (#china #Thailand #India #Singapore) & crush principled resisters.
Bangkok-based “Conspiracy Blogger” Brian Berletic spreads Fake News about FORSEA as “A Tool of US Imperialism” in Southeast Asia
The ex-US Marine turned conspiracy blogger also attacks the “Milk Tea Alliance” and Myanmar's Resistance while defending Cambodia’s Hun Sen and dispensing advice to China and Russia on their arms trade.
Nyi Pu Lay, the man, treated anyone who met him with respect. He was courteous, thoughtful, kind and generous with his time, talents and publications. He was modest above all, and brimming with curiosity and eagerness to learn not just about things that immediately concerned the Burmese mind, but racism, international law, democratization, transitional justice, genocide and other atrocity crimes.
FORSEA Statement regarding Thailand’s TOP NEWS’s Baseless News Story about the Abolition of the Monarchy in Thailand
The broadcaster offered no shred of corroborating evidence, be it in the form of verified minutes of the meeting, bona fide agendas, or audio-visual recordings to substantiate its wild claims.
A LIVE discussion with FORSEA co-founder Maung Zarni, 9 July 2023, 2300 GMT, shedding light on "national resistance" against the "Myanmar military junta's atrocious war against its own people".
Unconditional Dialogue in the Age of Myanmar “Nway Oo” Revolution: Four Problems with Aung San Suu Kyi’s “Dialogue” with the Murderous Junta
Tragically, the public will become increasingly confused as to who is providing the pro-democracy leadership or which path – revolutionary or the status quo of the Suu Kyi-military deal, which will undoubtedly be backed by ASEAN.