Thailand’s Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej committed his nation to a large economic investment plan with the dictatorial Burmese miliatary junta. The proposal will be major effort to boost the Mymanar economy. Up to this point, Thailand has been hesitant abou doing any major economic efforts that might result in strengthening the power of the so-called State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) who exert total control over their nation and stifle all opposition to their rule. The Thai prime minister ordered all his ambassadors to operate a “one-stop service” to facilitate foreigners investing in Burma. He also told reporters that Burma’s military leaders has assured him they were proceeding on the road to democracy.
A year ago, the world expressed its concern over the brutal treatment of Burmese monks who were beaten, murdered and arrested by the Burma regime. Today, all quiet reigns on the eastern front and nations rush to assist the retention in power of thugs and gangsters. the voices of oppressed Burmese people are lost in the rush to riches.