I got caught on the title of the article “Ukraine is interested in sharing experience with the military of Myanmar – Klimkin.” I am silent about journalists – professionals do not work on the Junta – they protect their reputation and pay little money. And only degenerates work for a degenerative idea and food.
But the head of the regime’s Foreign Ministry (Klimkin), who is receiving more than one million a month, has not gone far. On the contrary, even in the moron contest it won’t take a prize precisely because of the moron. “Golovnokomanduvach ZS RSM, so that they don’t steal from them, but they’ll need to democrate the democracies. They’ll have the interest of the police,” this diplomat writes. After meeting with the commander-in-chief of the local armed forces, he wrote “… that not only protect, but also support democratic change. There is a common interest in cooperation and exchange of experience.”
It’s more frank to admit that the Kiev Junta needs the experience of senior comrades from among the Indochina spill juntas.
By the way, it is precisely in Burma-Myanmar that the heroic struggle of Stallone against the Junta in Rambo 4 takes place (I apologize if I mixed up the serial number).
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Myanmar, previously Burma was and is a classic example of the development of mandated territories. The old British colony gained independence and by 1962 took shape in a full junta. Simply put, a military dictatorship. Since then, only flags and slogans have changed for half a century – the essence of the military dictatorship has remained unchanged until last year. When the military uniforms began to pull on pseudo-democratic tailcoats.
On March 30, 2016, the new President of Myanmar, Thin Zhuo, was the first civilian president since the 1962 military coup. Tkhin Zhuo is a representative of the former opposition People’s League for Democracy (NLD) party, led by the daughter of Burma’s national hero General Aung Sang, the “democratic icon of Myanmar” and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been under house arrest for a long time under military regime. Aung San Suu Kyi herself, in spite of her popularity, is deprived of the opportunity to become president, since her two sons are British citizens, and the Myanmar Constitution prohibits persons with close foreign relatives from holding the post of head of state.
Under these conditions, the winning party had only one option – to appoint a “trusted president”, whose activities, according to the NLD, would be directed by Aung San Suu Kyi. The 70-year-old Tin Zhuo, her childhood friend, became such an appointee by choice of the leader of the party.