Should the prime minister meet with Myanmar's leading opposition figure during his official state visit?
The US wants Myanmar to "allow" its petroleum reserve to be managed probably by Haliburton, a big and corrupt and nasty US Multi-National Corporation (MNC). But instead Myanmar would rather deal with China, for example.
US said NO! and tries to employ its allies such as ASEAN to talk Myanmar into being reasonable, but ASEAN said "nyet"! So the next best thing is to use a force from within to force a regime change.
Thus came major actors like the NED cultivating Western-inclined politicians such Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi (ASSK) and her National League of Democracy (NLD), and Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) and his Pakatsan Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) doing the bidding for the petroleum-hungry superpower countries, such as the US via bipartisan NGOs like NED!
My advice to my prime minister is not to pay a courtesy call to Aung San Suu Kyi during his official state visit to Myanmar, as much as he may not like Barack Obama, for example, on his state visit to Malaysia to pay a courtesy call to Anwar Ibrahim!
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(Edited by The Mole)