Cartoon Saw Ngo – “In the hand of Burmese Regime, the peace process is silence …” (July 10/2012)
Cartoon Saw Ngo (Who killed students and destroyed student union …) Memorial cartoon on 50th Anniversary of 7th July 1962 – Student Uprising in Burma
On box: “Election Commission.” On paper: “Constitution.” What the monkey is telling the man, “President” Thein Sein: “We’ve gotta uphold the constitution.”
“I’m dying to go back home!” “If you’re dying, then how can you get back home?”
Electricity in Burma; used to power other countries.
In which they fight media with media (or fight fire with fire) and both parties gets burned.
What’s going on: (In the first panel) People are criticizing the Rohingya vs. Rakhine issue occurring on the Bangladesh/Rakhine border, via comments on social networking sites. (Second Panel) The news come out. The government is doing something about the…
“There’s no turning back now, Mr. President.”
The politician, as depicted by Saw Ngo, is telling excuses to the world, regarding the situation they are put in. The world does not deserves these lies and excuses that we are being told. We deserve the truth, not…
(Sign: Labor Ministry Box: To Malaysia) President to Labor Minister: “What are you doing with yourself?”
(Starting with welcoming exile, cease fire, meet with Suu, tax break for 6 months, allow UNHRC then Announce Amnesty …)
“The dog days are not over; they are ruling us.”
“If all the Generals unite, Burma will be damned.”
“No criminal court for past dictators; it’s the law.“
“What are you talking about? There are no civil war, political prisoners, or refugees.”