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regarding criticism to ABSDF (r)

Dear Ko Aung Kyaw,
	I think Ko Nyein Chan hasn't sent blackmail to internet.  I think
you misquote that 70 students left from Southern camps.  I reread all past
messages and I found out that Ko Nyein Chan wrote about 70 students left
from ABSDF within July to Spetember. I don't see that from sourthern
	I think what he wants to point out is to find out why students
are leaving and to mend this situation.  I don't know exactly how money
people left on the border, but I believe that we can see the difference in
1989 and 1997.  You said you pointed out but I wonder how you point out.
Let me know which is the best way to tell them and to ask them for the
criticism.  It will be very helpful.  I don't think you use the word
blackmail wrongly.
Kyaw Zay Ya

On 7 Oct 1997 aungkyaw@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> Dear all,
> I would like to  point out the recent criticism to the ABSDF. I  believe 
> constructive criticism among us. I appreciate U Thaung's suggestion of 
> criticism among us. However, I am not the one who attempts to attack a 
> political organization by black mail.
>           The students on the border encountered the same hardship and 
> difficulties as what those of who blaming ABSDF's leadership for their 
> leaving, did in the past. Of course, the ABSDF's leaders had weak 
> points. But in revolution,  I believe that one must endure the 
> difficulties and hardship brought about by the enemy pressure as well as 
> the weakness of our own if he or she believes the way of struggle. And 
> those people who believe the ways of struggle should correct those 
> mistakes and weak points rather than just leaving. This is what I 
> believe the meaning of endurance. However, I believe that the reasons of 
> leaving an orginization on account of different strategies, political 
> concepts, ideologies and ambitions, on a basic ground, are very natural 
> and acceptable.
> Those of students who still striving on the border encounter much more 
> hardships and difficulty ever than before since ethnic groups went for 
> cease fire and the accumulating pressure from the Thai government. 
> Nevertheless, those students  are still standing for what they believe. 
> They endure the hardships caused by the enemy and the weak points of 
> their own and try to correct them. I appreciate those students and 
> leadership for the endurance. 
> I actually hesitate to write this letter because this can jeopardize the 
> understanding between the students on the border and the students in the 
> third countries. But, I have to express what I have to say since some 
> people have done intentionally or emotionally something leading to the 
> misunderstanding among us. 
> I like to remind those of who that just write whatever your opinion only 
> as your own and do not include every students to support your reason. I 
> am one of the students in Third countries supporting the ABSDF 
> financially or morally.  
> On the other hand, I never hesitate to point out their weakness but not 
> by black mail with misleading information like "200 students 
> surrendered" and  "70 students left southern camps" and so on.
> Please remember that the ABSDF is continuing their struggle and 
> conducting  non-violent mobilization inside Burma even though the 
> pressure and suppression from each angle. They are the same 
> revolutionary generation as we are and our comrades. I also like to 
> suggest the  ABSDF to response such kind of misleading information 
> although those of who do not or dare not reveal who they are.
> Sincerely,
> Aung Kyaw
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Kyaw Zay Ya
Indiana University