Myanmar is a nation of many different ethnic people. That means the nation got bigger by embracing diversity. The most important national conference prior to Independence, was to define the relationship between the central government and state, provincial, or territorial governments, and that was the Panlong Conference of February 1947.  Its main purpose was with regard to whether the Frontier Region non-Bamar ethnic groups will stay together with the Bamars who were getting Independence from the British, or to fracture away and remain under the colonialist rule. The agreement for the Union was decided. Underlying implicit very important imperatives were for the coming new Union government to be governed as a democratic, and as a secular state. Every indigenous group has the freedom to practice their own religion of choice. Myanmar means also inclusive of all legally residing multi mixture of indigenous or non-indigenous races meeting the above requirements.

Since Independence, our creed is to be Myanmar first, and our ethos even though we are all proud of our ethnical inheritances, it is to be part of being Myanmars. That was and is to be the fundamental identity of all Myanmars, who know who they are. This credo is the same as that of the United States of America -- a nation of a multitude of immigrants from all over the world and also with their own indigenous people, and for them, American is first, and this is what matters the most.

The assassination of Bogyoke Aung San the leader for Independence and the top tier Myanmar political leadership took place on July 19th, of 1947 before Independence in 1948. The political leader U Nu that followed had absolutely no regard for the nation to be governed as a democratic, and as a secular state. His self-serving style of governance is to fulfill his personal agenda to stay in power perpetually. His idea of a Myanmar is to be a dominating Bamar over other indigenous people and the majority Bamars' religion to be the state religion. That way he hope to be reelected as often as required, politically supported by his expectation of a moronic majority, until he dropped dead.

About 1960, it was quite transparent that after his stint as caretaker prime minister (constitutionally questionable), General Ne Win was very keen to re-grab power back from a very inapt, incompetent reelected prime minister U Nu. As a young person, I was rooting for the power grab, because enough is enough of having a clown as a nations' leader. After Ne Win grabbed power, only then many of us realized the hard way, that he was Ko Thar Szoe -- a bad-est of the worst person. He only had fake intensions of reforming a democratic kind of government, but was to institute a fake socialistic but very real dictatorial regime with him as president, no matter the destructive cost economically, morally, educationally, etc. He built his power base by promoting Military first, which is worse than U Nu's Bamar first. Both of these characters were employed by the colonialist before they entered politics, and both of them only have a vague superficial understanding of the values of a free Myanmar, and both thoroughly unfit to be national leaders. Unfortunately, the mindset of the nation's political leadership that followed them were and are of similar ideological clones, with similar cultural and character disorders. The people of Myanmar do not have a prayer of any hope for a positive future from these self-serving, self-important characters.

For all those who embrace the Prime Directive of Myanmar First, this web site is to provide organized information and knowledge for them to effect a successful strategy in depth, to rebuild the nation of Myanmar. For those traitors who try to profit by promoting Military first, Bamar first, XYZ first, etc., and who over several decades cause untold sufferings to millions of Myanmars, this web site is to systematically aid in their demise.

Our Mission

Our Mission here begin with articles discussing about progressive cultures, progressive governmental systems, and to promote critical thinking processes to implement these progressive objectives. The up-coming 2020 November elections prompt us to write about topics relevant and important for informed voting needs. However, this web-site is to serve the Myanmars beyond whatever the election results are, and to keep them constantly and timely informed in their quest for a progressive Myanmar.   

Our Principle of Pillars

The ability to have proper medical treatment; be able to buy healthy and nutritious food, live under a decent roof; attend an institution of higher learning; be meaningfully employed, have reasonable savings and investments for a graceful retirement; have a circle of decent, capable and accomplished friends, and live a lifestyle that is well adept in expressing the arts. These are what a person of today may expect when living in a society with a humane and progressive culture. Our Principle of Pillars for the future of Myanmar as follows;

Objectives to consider for family-related programs include:

  1. To promote physical, mental, financial, and spiritual good health and fitness
  2. To promote good study habits and work ethics
  3. To promote self-reliance and independence
  4.  To promote higher advanced education and development of the intellect
  5. To educate and enable one to effectively defend against or avoid unsavory characters
  6. To counter or reject all the body, mind, and spirit debilitating factors and beliefs

Objectives for social programs:

  1. To promote good public health and sanitation
  2. To promote a culture that values self-discipline, responsibility, and drive
  3. To promote a culture that values functional advanced education
  4. To increase a society's equity by building up energy- and resource-efficient, plus low maintenance public housing, transportation systems, retail shopping centers, educational and medical infrastructures, etc.
  5. To promote a WIN-WIN mind-set
  6. To establish institutes and associations that would upgrade the common culture in an on-going basis

Objectives for economic and financial programs include:

  1. To promote a modern and progressive business-like culture, and to establish business related institutes
  2. To teach basic economic sense starting at the secondary school level
  3.  To establish advanced business schools
  4. To encourage and develop business sense of local indigenous people to the maximum
  5. To encourage each town or city to have a town or city hall that provides business and economic leadership, such as that found in German culture
  6. To cut out wasteful business practices from one’s culture
  7. To cut out business- and political-related corruption
  8. To cut out environmentally detrimental business practices
  9. To establish insured banking and investment systems and to protect investors
  10. To establish an effective taxation system

Objectives of political programs include:

  1. To promote the freedom of expression
  2. To promote the right to vote political parties in or out of political office
  3. To promote the existence of multi political parties
  4. To promote an independent judicial system relative to the (term) government for the moment
  5. To promote a just and humane legal system
  6. To promote law and order based upon above
  7. To promote effective political equity (based upon a multi-political-party system) at all levels of governance
  8. To promote a governmental system based upon the balance of power of key branches
  9. To promote a governmental system that will separate religion from the state
  10. To promote a governmental system that will not separate spirituality from the state
  11. To encourage and to reward people who excel in their areas of expertise
  12. To promote the wealth or goodness accrued by families to continue into the next generation with the help of favorable tax laws
  13. To establish institutes for political systems studies

Those who possess the correct SAMADHI, will have the needed courage, and the Will to be Victorious.   


Aung San U

October 2020