WIRATHU – THE PSYCHOPATH
 
We all know what types of names he is entitled to, what types of activities he performs or generates, what types of people are behind him and what type of personality disorder he has.  Here is a poster I tried to describe the criteria that are met to consider him as “a dangerous Psychopath” from a Psychiatric point of view.
 
“The Hare Psychopathy Checklist Revised (PCL-R) is a commonly used diagnostic tool designed to access a person’s degree of Psychopathy that explicitly entails persistent and serious criminal behaviour. With the score of more than 25 is considered as ‘psychopathy or psychopath’. In the case of Wirathu, he has a minimum score of 28 putting him under the category of “Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder”.

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Jan 4 2015

Abas – Voice

ABAS – VOICE
 
Hoibár asé ekkán kaáni, Goir ókkol óttu,
The waves have a story to narrate,
Zeéñtte aññí neeillí ekgúilla Doijjar sor óttu.
When I leave the lonely beach.
Guzori hoór talgas ór uortú,
Calling aloud from the tops of palm trees,
Cíkaibár asé ekkán sóbok, Boiyar óttu.
the wind has a lesson to teach.

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FÚAÑTI – TOGETHER
 
Asman or uzu, uçír añára fúañti,
Together we rise into the sky,
Soli zargói dé Duniyai ré saáir, mili añára fúañti.
Together we join and observe the passerby world.
Uggwá miyóla dhóilla añára fúañti,
Together we are like a cloud,
Ekzon e ekzon oré daházar sáfgorí duniyair manúic ór zákot ti.
Clearly see each other from the crowd of world.
Zór or dhóilla dorógorí añára fúañti foijjé zomin ot,
Together we fall hard like rain,
Añára dunízon e fúañti maásusgojjí duk ot.
Together we both feel the pain.

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BURMA – THE NEW ERA OF HATRED & VIOLENCE

Burma:
A country with vast natural resources and prides
A country predominantly embraces Buddhism
A country with more than 135 ethnic groups
A country of multi-religions
 
Much have been wasted in more than five decades of military rules and numerous civil wars.
 
The transition of Burma from military to quasi-civilian Democracy brings a “New Era of Hatred & Violence” targeted to Rohingya & Muslim in general.

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IDRIS – THE LOST STUDENT
 
Idris (or Edress as he preferred to be called) was born in 1986 from Mogul Ahmed, a betel nut seller in a village called Étailla fara, about 3 kilometre from the downtown Maungdaw. He was the second eldest among seven siblings and the most caring and intelligent of all. 

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Sep 15 2011

A Revived Dream

A REVIVED DREAM
 
Once, just in front of me,
Glittering, standing above like a majestic sun.
It was almost out of my memory.
It was almost forgotten –
The Dream, My Dream.

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AÑÁR FORISON – MY IDENTITY                                                                                                                                                                                             
O Añár Forison! banagiyé tuáñre añár zindigir nici tara.
Oh My Identity, made you as Polar Star of my life.
Arr háraifélaiyum noó, añár zindigir soforór rasta.
I shall never lose my way in the voyage of life.

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AZZUR HABOS OR BUTH – DREAM PAPER BOAT
Din-din  aññí bácair añár buth ókkol ékkan bade ékkan zuaijja fani mazé.
I float my paper boats day by day, one after one down the running ebb.
 
Dhoóñr leká loi añár nam leikkí buth iín ot, ar farar nam zeçé aññí taikki.
I write my name on them with big letters, and my village name where I live.

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AÑÁR DHOR – MY FEAR
Kúar dhoilla zóri forer Añár Dhor,
forer assé assé, nizám é nizám é.
Dóla de hírar dhoil, beil or nise,
é híra gín milai gilé yó.

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EK COMKÉRDE YADDAC – ONE BRIGHT MEMORY
 
Ek comkérde Yaddac – tara dhóil
ONE BRIGHT MEMORY – STAR-LIKE
añár hamícar asfan ot;
IN MY FOREVER SKY;
ar añár rastat
AND ON MY PATH
comke zibonbór.
SHINNING ETERNALLY.

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Feb 16 2011

One World One Heart

ONE WORLD ONE HEART

We all hear the same sounds. We look up and see the same sky. We cry the same tears. Our emotions and feelings are the same. All mothers are sisters. All fathers are brothers. All children are one.

Yet there’s hate. There’s violence. There’s intolerance. There’s confusion among people. We don’t try hard enough to understand each other. We don’t seem to realize that we all have the basic needs, no matter who we are or what part of the world we come from. Read More