Guys, I’m sorry if this annoys you. Our country 🇲🇲 is facing a military coup overnight. Military forces all over the major cities (ready to open fire). They’ve shut down all the ISPs and tele operators. I’m posting this with a very limited Fiber network. Hear us, and help us.Now I gotta go.



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Myanmar military says it is taking control of the country : worldnews


JusticeForMyanmar

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Help us. The military has arrested our elected democratic government, party leaders and political activists in Myanmar. This is a violation of democracy in national and world history. National television channels and telephone services are now being discontinued nationwide. Help us, the world's leading democratic countries.

Military detainmyanmargovernment #helpus #saynotodictatorship

Below are the names of government officials and politicians in Myanmar who were arrested / arrested on February 1, 2021, hours before the start of the parliamentary session. Each person arrested should be named to demonstrate the brutality of the military coup. Please help me update the list.

  1. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (State Councilor)

  2. U Win Myint (President)

  3. U Phyo Min Thein (Prime Minister of Yangon Region)

  4. Dr. Zaw Myint Maung (Prime Minister of the Mandalay Region)

  5. Dr. Aung Moe Nyo (Prime Minister of Magway Region)

  6. U Hla Moe Aung (Prime Minister of Ayeyarwaddy Region)

  7. U Win Thein (Prime Minister of the Bago Region)

  8. U Myint Naing (Prime Minister of Sagaing Region)

  9. U Myint Maung (Prime Minister of Tanintharyi Region)

  10. U Khet Aung (Prime Minister of Kachin State)

  11. U Linn Htut (Prime Minister of Shan State)

  12. Daw Nan Khin Htwe Myint (Prime Minister of Kayin State)

  13. U Nyi Pu (Prime Minister of Rakhine State)

  14. Dr. Aye Zan (Prime Minister of Mon State)

  15. U Myo Thein Gyi (Minister of Education)

  16. U Maw (Minister of Planning and Finance, Kayah State)

  17. U Soe Nyunt Lwin (Shan Minister of State for Planning and Finance)

  18. U Nyan Win (Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's personal lawyer)

  19. Dr. Tin Myo Win (Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's personal doctor)

  20. U Han Thar Myint (Member of the Central Executive Committee, NLD)

  21. U Nyunt Wai (Chairman of the NLD Party, Shwe Daung)

  22. U Aye Kyu a.k.a Monywa Aung Shin (Narrator, NLD)

  23. Daw Khin Saw Wai (MP)

  24. Dr. Myo Aung (MP)

  25. U Thaung Htay (Kayah)

  26. U Sai Yu (Kayah)

  27. Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi (Filmmaker)

  28. Min Thway Thit (student guide)

  29. U Ko Ko Gyi (Chairman of the People's Party)

  30. U Min Ko Naing (The 88 Students of the Generation)

  31. U Mya Aye (The 88 Students of the Generation)

  32. Maung Thar Cho (writer)

  33. Daw Than Myint Aung (writer)

  34. Tharawun-Pyi (writer)

  35. Saw Poe Kwar (singer)

Disclaimer: The above list is not an official statement by any organization.



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Kosovo to establish full diplomatic relations with Israel on Monday; set to be first Muslim majority country to open embassy in Jerusalem : worldnews


It’s a tit-for-tat* move. Israel formally recognized Kosovo as an independent country three months ago:

https://www.timesofisrael.com/how-israel-justifies-sudden-recognition-of-kosovo-that-has-riled-serbia/

That was in response to the US-brokered so-called “Serbia-Kosovo-normalization deal” which achieved little to nothing when it comes to normalizing relations between Serbia and Kosovo, but was instead all about Israel.

https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2020/9/28/trumps-kosovo-serbia-normalisation-deal-is-all-about-israel

After signing the normalisation agreement, both Kosovo and Serbia agreed to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Serbia also pledged to move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the contested city. Kosovo, meanwhile, said it will set up its Israel mission in Jerusalem and Israel, almost immediately, recognised Kosovo on the day the deal was announced.

* EDIT: Wait, tit-for-tat is not the right word to use. What’s the right word? Is there even one?



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Defiant Alexey Navalny vows from jail cell that Russians won’t let Putin “steal our country” : worldnews


He has plenty of power to quell any real uprising or protest.

Actually, he doesn’t. Putin’s wealth is dependent on the nation being somewhat functional so he can extract wealth from its population.

In theory, he could have every city he’s not in nuked, but then who’s going to make stuff for him, or make stuff to trade for other stuff for him? He needs the population.

So sure, he can crush a fair-sized uprising, but there are limits. At some point, the country starts to shut down and his world falls apart. It seems the rich are often very bad at judging just how much they can squeeze from the poor before the pitchforks come out.



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