Burma's military government has accused the United States of plotting to replace it with a puppet government.
The state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper said the United States unsuccessful attempt to pass a U.N. Security Council resolution against Burma this month was part of its efforts to destabilize the nation.
China and Russia vetoed the measure, which urged Burma to release all political prisoners and speed up progress toward democracy.
Burma says the United States is trying to make it a satellite country that will do what the U.S. wants.
The United States has often criticized Burma's military rulers for their human rights record and failure to hand power to a democratically elected government.
President Bush said in his State of the Union address Tuesday that the United States will continue to speak out for the cause of freedom in Burma.