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- Aung San Suu Kyi



- Aung San Suu Kyi
Le Prix Nobel de la Paix 1991, Aung San Suu Kyi, est de nouveau en résidence surveillée
Relisons le discours lu par son fils lors de la remise de son Prix Nobel de la Paix :
"... I know that if she were free today my mother would, in thanking you, also ask you to pray that the oppressors and the oppressed should throw down their weapons and join together to build a nation founded on humanity in the spirit of peace... "
"....Although my mother is often described as a political dissident who strives by peaceful means for democratic change, we should remember that her quest is basically spiritual. As she has said, "The quintessential revolution is that of the spirit", and she has written of the "essential spiritual aims" of the struggle.

The realisation of this depends solely on human responsibility. At the root of that responsibility lies, and I quote, "the concept of perfection, the urge to achieve it, the intelligence to find a path towards it, and the will to follow that path if not to the end, at least the distance needed to rise above individual limitation... ". "To live the full life," she says, "one must have the courage to bear the responsibility of the needs of others … one must want to bear this responsibility." And she links this firmly to her faith when she writes, "...Buddhism, the foundation of traditional Burmese culture, places the greatest value on man, who alone of all beings can achieve the supreme state of Buddhahood. Each man has in him the potential to realize the truth through his own will and endeavour and to help others to realize it." Finally she says, "The quest for democracy in Burma is the struggle of a people to live whole, meaningful lives as free and equal members of the world community. It is part of the unceasing human endeavour to prove that the spirit of man can transcends the flaws of his nature...."

-> Aung San Suu Kyi, Prix Nobel de la Paix 1991, discours de réception

Madame Aung San Suu Kyi est souffrante, en détention depuis de longues années. Elle est la principale opposante à cette junte militaire qui tient le pays sous une main de fer
Le Myanmar, encore un pays dictatorial que la Chine soutient du fait de ses intérêts économiques souvenons-nous, n'oublions pas !!
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Dimanche 23 Août 2009
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