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Monday, 17 October 2011

Burma Aung San Suu Kyi give her power to rule the Burmese people

Whilst most British Women say "we can't do anything to change the government, so why try." There is Aung San Suu Kyi a Burmese women to be proud of who has given her life to support the Burmese people and give them back humanity. Has she really spent 30 years of her life trying to save her people. What a wonderful women. Something I would have liked the Queen of England to do for the children that suffer in the UK and need support. If Aung San Suu Kyi had the money and power the Queen has just think what a change she could make in our world. I know she would not sit back quietly with her luxury wealthy life style while the Government and Councils take our school fields and butterfly meadows! Aung San Suu Kyi is a women with morals just like my Great Grandmother and Nan. I am proud to be part Burmese and I hope she will prove to the world that we all need to team up and work together for better future for all children.

The one thing that concerns me is Burma's oil. If there was no oil would Countries offer to help this Country and their people? There is obviously a lot of money to be made in Burma as it is a great tourist attraction. I have not come across one rich and wealthy person with morals so forgive me for being a sceptic. Aung San Suu Kyi please do not trust anyone. Be on your guard and do what is best for your Country. Above all remember people with money find it very hard to want more.

I would like Aung San Suu Kyi to rule the Burmese people and to make sure her people are not brainwashed with European ways. Women that believe in non violence are the true leaders! They think with their brain. Women and Mothers need to start thinking about their children and how society is brainwashing them.

Our children need to go back to old fashioned values and stop dressing and acting like adults. Our Mothers need to put their foot down and tell the Government that they have rights to protect their child from the outside world. That means creating a subscription only service on the Internet for things that are not child friendly. A subscription only service for things on Sky etc that is not child friendly. I do not want my child to ever come across adult sites and chat rooms, this by law should be well hidden from children. And as for page 3 in News papers this shows the lack of respect for women and children and it needs to stop. I was not amused to see workmen in the school canteen with this paper open on page 3. Apart from being disgusted and humiliated. I thought what hope have our children got, all the CRB checks are done but where are peoples morals?

I would like to see British Women and Mothers following in Aung San Suu Kyi footsteps. Showing the world we don't need violence. And as a Mother we have the right to say no to certain things pushed on us. I want to see the Internet change and to have a paid subscription service for adult sites and all that muck. That stuff should be well away from children and Mothers that find it insulting, humiliating and degrading.

I have had a 10 year verbal fight against this sort of stuff. There are people that don't talk to me any more because I stand up for my rights as a Mother and as a women. There have been people that try to bully me to shut up and have stopped me trading. I thought it was the French side that gave me the strength to fight back, but actually is it the Burmese side from my Great Nan and my Nan. Proud to be part Burmese because it stands for something to be proud of. Most British people expect you to put up and shut up. But putting up and shutting up does not bring change. If we do not talk about these problems they will never go away. Well if Aung San Suu Kyi can make changes in her world, I am sure I can make changes in mine. Goodbye Essex girls and hallo family values.

My Great Nan died for her children. She was part Burmese/French.

The above vintage photograph is of my Great Grandmother who died to save her children from poverty. She was Burmese/French and lived in Rangoon where my Nan was born. Nan was made to sleep and eat in a shed because her English Grandparents refused to take their dead son's children because they were mixed race. This sadly is the problem with our world. Good luck Aung San Suu Kyi I hope you get help from a Country that truly supports you and your people and has morals.


I believe you have to work at any relationship but sadly all the British people I talk to believe you should walk away. I believe you should put your child first and sadly I have not met anyone else with the same values to date. In the UK if a relationship is difficult you walk away and your children grow up with single parents. If the child is not at risk and loves both parents then my view is that you have to try harder and make it work for your child's sake. This is the same with our world, we all need to try harder for a better future for all children.

My Step Dad is a man I am proud of. If only there were more like him. Maybe there are, it is just that I have not come across many. When my Auntie told him about my Mother's mental illness before marrying her, he said "you are not going to get rid of me that easily." He has stayed with my Mum and been a real farther to us for nearly 40 years. Because of him I got to grow up knowing my Mum is not a bad person because she is ill from mental illness, she is a loving and kind person who has had bad things happen to her, which has effected her mental health. I adore my Mother and Step Farther who I call Dad. My Dad (step Dad) shows true sacrifice and these are the sort of people we need to Govern our world, people with morals.


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