Deqin Aung San is the real father of Aung San Suu Kyi, the winner of the 1991 peace prize. Aung San Suu Kyi is the general secretary of the National League for democracy, the largest opposition party in Myanmar, and Deqin Aung San is the “National Father” of Myanmar against Britain, Japan and national independence.

on February 13, 1915, Deqin Aung San was born in a Buddhist family in namo Town, Magui County, Myanmar. His original name was Maung Teng Lin and later changed to Aung San. He joined the “I Myanmar people’s Association” and was renamed Deqin Aung San when the Myanmar Communist Party was founded. He also had a Japanese name called Myanmar tianmenyi.

after the Pearl Harbor incident on December 7, 1941, Aung San reorganized the “Myanmar independent army” into the “Myanmar national defense force”. He served as Colonel commander and continued to cooperate with Japan. On March 11, 1943, at the invitation of Japanese officials, Aung San visited Japan with BAMO, dengmao and deqinmiao, and served as defense minister in the BAMO puppet government of the pro Japanese government. On March 22, 1943, he personally went to Tokyo, Japan to receive the class III sunrise medal awarded by the emperor. On September 4, 1944, the emperor of Japan received the first-class noble treasure medal again in Yangon.

in 1919, the Bolsheviks established the Comintern in Moscow. In order to resist “strangling the Soviet in the cradle”, the new regime spent a lot of money to develop the Communist Party in colonial and semi colonial countries, provided funds for party leaders of various countries, received their children in Moscow for education and trained successors. The Soviet Union publicized the “one shot success” of the armed seizure of power by the “October Revolution”, helped the third world build the party, army and military academy, provided arms and consultants, encouraged armed struggle in various countries, and “political power comes out of the barrel of the gun”.

many Asian countries have long been under the rule of Western colonialism, and many progressives have deep resentments with the colonial authorities. Before and after World War II, some people adopted the attitude of “Non Violence and non cooperation” towards the British and American allies, and were jailed by the rulers as undermining the United Front, the most famous of which was India’s “Mahatma”. In addition, there are “terrorists” who take radical measures and “collaborators” who cooperate with Japan. Between these two extremes, there are countless other voices – mild, complex, ambiguous, constantly swinging between the two camps.

Myanmar is caught in an awkward situation between “non violent and non cooperative” India and “all people’s war of resistance” China, especially during this period, the Comintern called on the Communist parties of all countries to “armed defend the Soviet Union”. The powerful Chinese expeditionary force and the United Kingdom fought against Japan and China, and the half headed fascist ideology, the commander in chief of China’s theater of operations, under the jurisdiction of Indochina and the South Asian subcontinent, was regarded as the leader of the third world anti fascist by Britain and America. The ancient and powerful Chinese culture has had a great impact on Southeast Asia since ancient times. Most outstanding elements everywhere admire Chinese civilization. In February 2000, I went to shaopa, Wa State to interview a rural policeman. His highest education was to study in Simao Public Security Bureau for three months. The largest city that the Burmese police have ever visited is Simao. He knows that there are two huge cities in the world, the first is Jinghong and the second is Kunming.

dechin Aung San is the father of Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1991. Aung San Suu Kyi is the general secretary of the National League for democracy, the largest opposition party in Myanmar, and dechin Aung San is the “National Father” of Myanmar against Britain, Japan and national independence.

on February 13, 1915, Deqin Aung San was born in a Buddhist family in namo Town, Magui County, Myanmar. His original name was Maung Teng Lin and later changed to Aung San. He joined the “I Myanmar people’s Association” and was renamed Deqin Aung San when the Myanmar Communist Party was founded. He also had a Japanese name called Myanmar tianmenyi.

Aung San accepted Mahayana Buddhism in the temple when he was young, and entered Yangon University on scholarship. He served as executive member of Yangon University Student Federation, Minister of publicity and editor of owei magazine. In February 1936, he led the student strike together with Wu nu. Aung San was expelled from school and became a professional revolutionist because of the anti British articles published in Ouwei magazine. Later, with the continuous imprisonment, Aung San’s hatred for the British colonists also deepened day by day.

on August 15, 1939, dechin Aung San, dechin lape (also known as boleya), dechin dengpei (also known as Wu dengpeimin), dechin bahan and Datta secretly established the Communist Party of Myanmar with the help of Comintern and the Communist Party of China, and Aung San served as the general secretary of the Communist Party of Myanmar.

on August 8, 1940, Aung San, alias Tang Longxiang, took a Norwegian ship from Yangon to Amay. He planned to go to the hinterland of China via Shanghai and then turn to Yan’an to meet with the representative of the Communist International of the Soviet Union. But because he didn’t connect with the representatives of the Communist Party of China, Aung San accepted the gracious invitation of Japanese “Colonel Suzuki” and went to Japan.

on November 12, 1940, Daw Aung San and his party arrived in Japan to plot against Britain and agreed on the “program for Myanmar independence” in detail under the guidance of Japan. On March 3, 1941, Aung San secretly returned to Myanmar by Japanese cruise and submitted the independence program drafted in Japan to the people’s revolutionary party for discussion.

on March 10, 1941, with the help of Japan, Aung San led dechin lape, dechin Bajan (also known as bolayan), dechin aimang (also known as BoMo), Guo tunxing (also known as poyangnai), Wu Naiwen and other “thirty people with lofty ideals” to return to Japan by Japanese cruise ship for further political education. Before the Pearl Harbor incident, they were sent by the Japanese army to Hainan Island under Japanese occupation to learn military knowledge and carry out armed training. The “thirty volunteers” became the backbone of Myanmar’s independence. Later, they secretly sneaked into the current Thai capital Bangkok, formed an alliance of blood, established the “Myanmar independent army”, and Aung San served as the Deputy commander-in-chief and began to fight against Britain. The army followed the Japanese army and took over the local administration of the occupied area.

after the Pearl Harbor incident on December 7, 1941, Aung San reorganized the “Myanmar independent army” into the “Myanmar national defense force”. He served as Colonel commander and continued to cooperate with Japan. On March 11, 1943, at the invitation of Japanese officials, Aung San visited Japan with BAMO, dengmao and deqinmiao, and served as defense minister in the BAMO puppet government of the pro Japanese government. On March 22, 1943, he personally went to Tokyo, Japan to receive the class III sunrise medal awarded by the emperor. On September 4, 1944, I met again in YangonBy the order of the emperor of Japan.

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