Saturday, May 10, 2008

Caution! Than Shwe's Durai & NKF

News on Donation to Myanmar's Cyclone Victims
Shameless junta generals PLUNDERED the emergency relief aids

I just want to highlight a precaution about donations and re-assert that only directly delivering the helps to the cyclone victims will be able to assure that they will ever really receive it.

I had twice in the same week since the cyclone, urged famiLEE LEEgime to send SAF & SCDF to man power instead of just fund or materials to aid the victims. The famiLEE's bastards are still busy suing the SDP, and ignored my calls. The Wong Kan Seng who is in charge of SCDF is busy dodging resignation calls. Teo Chee Hean & his SAF is busy pretending to be looking for Mas Selamat Ke-Lari.

Now they ask people in Singapore do make donations. Will money alone solve the problem faced by cyclone victims now? And that is still beside the point because in the 1st place, when donation got over to Myanmar, will it ever be plundered by General Than Shwe's TT Durai or NKF alike cronies instead of getting to help victims?

Old dog thief Lee Kuan Yew got his own notorious crony TT Durai of NKF, he try to launder his own scandal by suing the SDP for defamation. For each TT Durai in Singapore I estimate there are 5 by ratio in General Than Shwe's Myanmar Junta, which had seized the UN and international aid materials heading for the cyclone victims.

Than Shwe's Junta Generals had PLUNDERED the aid materials and are handing out to some victims IN THE NAMES OF THE GENERALS! Is that not worst than Lee Kuan Yew's Durai?

Myanmar junta hands out aid boxes with generals' names

2 minutes ago

YANGON, Myanmar - Myanmar's military regime distributed international aid Saturday but plastered the boxes with the names of top generals in an apparent effort to turn the relief effort for last week's devastating cyclone into a propaganda exercise.

The United Nations sent in three more planes and several trucks loaded with aid, though the junta took over its first two shipments. The government agreed to let a U.S. cargo plane bring in supplies Monday, but foreign disaster experts still were being barred entry.

Despite international appeals to postpone a referendum on a controversial proposed constitution, voting began Saturday in all but the hardest hit parts of the country. With voters going to the polls, state-run television continuously ran images of top generals including junta leader, Senior Gen. Than Shwe, handing out boxes of aid at elaborate ceremonies.

"We have already seen regional commanders putting their names on the side of aid shipments from Asia, saying this was a gift from them and then distributing it in their region," said Mark Farmaner, director of Burma Campaign UK, which campaigns for human rights and democracy in the country.

My caution to donors is, be cautious and not be naive. Unless you are very sure that your donations will ever really serve it's true purpose don't make a mistake like the NKF's donors.

It happened right here in old dog thief Lee Kuan Yew's famiLEE LEEgime, in so called NKF Scandal. There will be much more reasons to happen in Lee Kuan Yew's good friend General Than Shwe's Myanmar Junta. There will be many more TT Durais and NKFs in Myanmar, opportunists and shameless criminals taking advantage of this cyclone to enrich or benefit themselves.

I insist that only foreign rescuers and helpers directly on the ground to provide the physical as well as material or medical helps will be surely helpful to the cyclone victims. Any otherwise, are subjected to TOO MUCH EXPLOITATIONS! Because Than Shwe's Myanmar Junta is similar to old dog thief Lee Kwan Yew's corrupted famiLEE LEEgime, and worst.

Singaporeans continue to offer support for cyclone victims

Channel NewsAsia - Saturday, May 10

SINGAPORE: The scale of the tragedy in Myanmar has moved many Singaporeans to dig deep into their pockets, and their contributions have enabled the Singapore Red Cross, Mercy Relief and The Salvation Army to raise almost S$395,000 so far.According to the Singapore Red Cross, it has raised nearly S$220,000, while Mercy Relief and The Salvation Army said they have collected about S$125,000 and almost S$50,000 respectively.

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