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Looking into the RFA: A Must-Read A (r)
- Subject: Looking into the RFA: A Must-Read A (r)
- From: suantak@xxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 03:23:00
I fully agree with your assessment of the reporters of the RFA especially
when it comes to the rights of minorities. A pro-dictatorship radio station
in a democratic country should not be allowed to exist.
To: Recipients of burmanet-l <burmanet-l@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 1998 8:40 AM
Subject: Re: Looking into the RFA: A Must-Read Article
>In a message dated 98-05-27 00:56:01 EDT, you write:
> I hope that my suggestions are helpful for RFA's operations in
> promoting democracy education.
> Yours truly, >>
>We, The Rangoon Post, feel the same that RFA becomes SLORC-SPDC's organ to
>support the regime repression on its own people and discredit democracy
>We will also write an open letter to the RFA's president regarding Burmese
>program that is useless and non-sense as well. We are tax payers in U.S.
>the RFA program, but the RFA-BP abuses all tax payers money and does
>misinformation to millions of Burmese in Burma.
>Thanks for your letter
>RP Working Group