Beware of neo-colonialism: Safeguarding Myanmar’s independence and unity

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The annals of Myanmar’s history are replete with tales of immense struggle during the fight for independence. The populace valiantly sacrificed lives and limbs to reclaim Myanmar’s sovereignty, enabling the nation to proudly assert its place among global peers.
Upholding the cherished traditions of Myanmar, it is imperative for all citizens to collectively strive towards the national goal of building a democratic and federal Union founded on principles of liberty, equality, and justice for every national brethren. In the aftermath of the tribulations endured during the struggle for independence, it is the responsibility of all citizens to contribute to the construction of a peaceful and prosperous nation.

Myanmar’s diverse ethnic groups, standing resilient on their own strengths, must learn from past experiences. The citizenry should remain vigilant against instigations and pressures that may compromise the interests of the State. United in their commitment to preserving the non-disintegration of the Union, the non-disintegration of national solidarity, and the perpetuation of sovereignty, citizens must exhibit a mature nationalistic spirit and unwavering loyalty to their country, nationality, and religion.

In this pursuit, it becomes crucial for the people to guard against disunity, recognizing that unscrupulous individuals lurk, eagerly awaiting opportunities to fragment the nation. Neo-colonial forces are poised to exploit any divisions, manipulating the fragments for their own agenda. Vigilance against the machinations of neo-colonialists is paramount, necessitating a collective understanding among the populace to steer clear of their traps.
A comprehensive understanding of Myanmar’s current conditions is imperative, considering that development endeavours have yet to reach every corner of the nation. Building mutual trust among all national brethren is the initial step, fostering mutual understanding and respect through compassion, consideration, forgiveness, and patience. This approach is pivotal in shaping a cohesive nation while preserving the distinct cultures and customs of various ethnicities.
Aligned with the objectives of the 76th Anniversary of Independence Day, individuals must uphold the Three National Causes: Non-disintegration of the Union, non-disintegration of national solidarity, and perpetuation of sovereignty. These causes represent the nation’s interests and political aspirations. The focus should also be on advancing the education sector to produce adept human resources capable of contributing to the democratic and federal Union. Efforts should be directed towards holding free and fair elections, ensuring voting rights across the nation, fostering public cooperation for state stability, and fortifying the multiparty democratic system against acts of terrorism. Additionally, promoting agriculture and livestock-based Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) is vital for economic growth.
Myanmar’s diverse ethnic groups, standing resilient on their own strengths, must learn from past experiences. The citizenry should remain vigilant against instigations and pressures that may compromise the interests of the State. United in their commitment to preserving the non-disintegration of the Union, the non-disintegration of national solidarity, and the perpetuation of sovereignty, citizens must exhibit a mature nationalistic spirit and unwavering loyalty to their country, nationality, and religion.

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