Image composition of Aung San Suu Kyi and a strange campaign that is occuring in the streets of Buenos Aires. Image of the Person in Uniform in the background was taken today in Buenos Aires.
Yahoo news reported, Burma Democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi and her party will "meet their tragic ends" if they keep up their opposition to an end to Western sanctions, state media warned in a commentary.
The Argentine Tomas Ojea Quintana, UN special rapporteur for Burma, outlined a ''pattern of gross and systematic violation of human rights which has been in place for many years''. Bangkok Post wrote about it in an article called "You are now on the Dead List".
As a journalist who has to write about the most important world news breaking in one day, choosing from news can be tricky. Pressure is just part of being in the media, and after a while it becomes the usual. Mostly because pressure usually does not cross the line, but when it does then one realizes the true definition of the words "under deadline."
"If Daw Suu Kyi and the NLD keep going to the wrong way, ignoring the fact that today's Myanmar is marching to a new era, new system and new political platforms paving the way for democracy, they will meet their tragic ends," said a weekend commentary in the New Light of Myanmar newspaper.
Choosing from different stories today is extremely difficult. One story only and which is the most important? How to ignore the violent crash on demonstrators in Argelia and their reiterated call for new demonstrations every Saturday. How to be silent when the people of Egypt have lost their fear. When the symbols come down with words. How to be silent then?
Burma's State Media Warns Nobel Price winner Aung San Suu Kyi and her party will meet "tragic ends" if they keep opposition. Burma's State Media stated to the World in same press release that they are on a "Road to Democracy".
The consequences of the Egypt and Tunisia demonstrations are creating all sorts of ramifications.
Unfortunately media and people are not the only ones who dont go silent. Some news with low profile and flying under the radar attempt to cross over international borders. And that is how they reach people and their personal lives going transnational crossing the continents. So today, as news touches me close, the worst I could do is to remain silent.