新聞週報：Weekly Diary, No.268 ( 29 Sep - 4 Oct 2007) Weekly Diary, No. 269 (29 Sep – 4 Oct 2007) · UN ENVOY COMES AND GOES!· JAPAN MULLS AID CUT!· CLAMPDOWN CONITINUES!· WAR ON FIGURES – HOW MANY KILLE 澎湖民宿D? Think PieceWe are not going to protest anymore. Rather we will conduct peaceful protests. We Buddhists believe that Dhamma will finally win over evil. A monk in Rangoon, AP, 3 室內裝潢0 September 2007Today every citizen is a war correspondent. Mobile phones with video of broadcast quality have made it possible for anyone to report a war. You just have to be there. Philip Knight 帛琉ley, author of The First Casualty, International Herald Tribune, 4 Oct 2007They (the generals) fear that if they don't hang together, they'll hang separately. A Rangoon-based western diplomat, quoted by B 租房子ertil Lintner, Washington Post, 30 September 2007 When the most hideous governments begin to slaughter their citizens, the world is united in words, yet paralyzed in action. Bangkok Post, 1 October 2007 Unfortunately for the pe 租房子ople of Burma in their hour of need, (President) Bush has shot the wad of US credibility. Philip Cunningham, political commentator, 1 October 2007 What happened in Burma last week was one of the saddest moments in the world's history. On th 租屋網e other hand, it has also offered the diverse peoples of Burma a grand opportunity to unite once again in the common struggle for peace and freedom.A Shan leader from the north, 1 October 2007 China has used tanks to kill people on Tiananmen Square (in 1989) 景觀設計. It is Myanmar's sovereign right to kill their own people, too.Professor Shen Dingli, international relations expert, Shanghai's University, USA Today, 3 Oct 2007Burma's democracy movement has emerged as a rare unifying cause, bringing together Democrats and Re 找房子publicans and groups as varied as Hollywood stars and evangelical Christians. (Wall Street Journal) Just as the military in Indonesia was gradually eased out of politics, with very few of its officers held accountable for abuses, so it can be assumed that Burma's generals will be looking 好房網 for a soft landing.Michael Vatikiotis and Leon de Riedmadden, Center for Humanitarian Dialogue, Bangkok Post, 3 October 2007 Like Castro's fiefdom, (Burma) fell from significant prosperity to extreme poverty. Like Yugoslavia, it was never a genuine nation-state. The Weekly Standard, 28 Septem 信用卡代償ber 2007 .