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A mass-suicide! (r)
- Subject: A mass-suicide! (r)
- From: RANGOONP@xxxxxxx
- Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 20:23:00
Distention between self-center and self-truism is not that much far that you
though but when one levels as a self-important person among all, he or she is
badly needed to see a psychotherapist. Otherwise, no solution is proven
between you as extremists.
Philip McCracken, III (Co-Editor of The Rangoon Post)
Dear Kyaw Kyaw Htut,
Good to hear your points but be careful, man. Many people don't
want to hear the reality or don't want to recognize the reality. There
are some very honest people working on the border but most of them are not
famous and they are very down to earth. I respect them a lot. No matter
whether or not they are famous, I acknowledge them as our leaders. Phado
Mahn Sharr is one of them. Major Robert Zen is also very sincere and
dedicated to the cause but he can't be in the KNU any more because ----.
I don't know who sniper is. May be e-mail snipper. I don't care.
Those hard working and honest people mostly don't want to be
popular and they don't follow the path of so-called leaders who are trying
to be popular. Those real leaders work sincerely and live like normal
refugees or like a normal poor people in the revolution. They really
don't have many things and they are also working in the same condition
with normal members. However, many so-called leaders are very very
wealthy when the rest of the people, their members, and the refugees are
in poverty. Most people who have been on the border long enough and
studied logically and statistically, know what is happening. Well, some
people who get some bones from those so-called leaders are closing their
eyes no matter what effects will occur in next few years. Some have
earned for living by saying revolution. Great!
I think time will decide who the real leaders are and we just need
to keep track of all records for those corrupt so-called leaders so that
we can reveal the truth to the people one day. I respect those all
leaders workign inside and I accept them as our leaders. There is no
question about it. But, I question a lot my self before accepting someone
in such liberated area and in (their word) overseas. Phado Aung San was
one of the so-called leaders recently but you know how wealthy he was but
some KNU soldiers in the field didn't have money to buy another slipper to
replace the old one. One day people will know and open their eyes and
decide who are corrup and who help them to be able to corrupt. Time is
Kyaw Zay Ya
"If you give a man a fish, he will have a meal.
If you teach him to fish, he will have a living.
If you are thinking a year ahead, sow a seed.
If you are thinking ten years ahead, plant a tree.
If you are thinking one hundred years ahead, educate the people.
By sowing a seed once, you will harvest once.
By planting a tree, you will harvest tenfold.
By educating the people, you will harvest one hundredfold." (ANONYMOUS
CHINESE POET, 420 B.C.)
("If it is not broken, don't fix it" leads to the worst situation.)
On 10 May 1998 kyaw_k_htut@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hello SNIPER,
> Sorry for the late reply.
> If you have stayed close to the Burma democratic movement, you need no
> specific reply from me for the questions you raised. You know by
> Basically, I was only against the corrupted and manipulative military
> leaders in Burma. Now I am against all those who adopted the same
> corruptive ways and means within or without SPDC.
> No one should go unpunished and unnoticed for their corruption. Let him
> or her be an ethnic or a special Burman.
> Can you reflect your opion on the following people in order? Who is
> more or the most corrupted or is not corruptive?
> Ne Win, Khin Nyunt, Aung San Suu Kyi, Bo Mya, Sein Win, Maung Aung,
> You will definitely include Ne WIn, Khin Nyunt, Maung Aung in the most
> corrupted leaders of Burma list.
> What about the rest? Democratic or non-democratic, ethnic or
> non-democratic, everyone who corrupts on people's power and money
> deserves the mistrust and punishment by the people.
> Labels such as "democratic, ethic, alien," will not shield their
> corruptive ways and means.
> Actions speak louder than Words.
> Kyaw Kyaw Htut
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> >Date: 08 May 1998 07:25:43
> >Reply-To: Conference "reg.burma" <burmanet-l@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> >From: sniper_303@xxxxxxxxx
> >Subject: A mass-suicide!
> >To: Recipients of burmanet-l <burmanet-l@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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> >Dear Kyaw Kyaw Htut,
> > You wrote: "the only way to achieve peace and freedom for the
> >people of Burma is to make a mass-suicide: by all babaric SPDC leaders
> >and manipulative domocractic and ethnic leaders must suicide."
> > Please explain us detail why you included our ethnic leaders in
> >this context?
> > Please expalin us detail how many of ethnic leaders are in SPDC,
> >SLORC, BSPP, and RC(Revolutionary Coucil of 1962)?
> > Please explain us detail how many of democratic ethnic leaders
> >either inside or outside the country are doing babaric political jobs?
> > Please explain how different between ruling military generals and
> >Burman democratic leaders? Are Burman democratic leaders different
> >from Ethnic democratic leaders?
> > Please explain us your true identity where you belongs to? Are
> >you anti ethnic leaders or anti military government?
> > Please explain us detail as soon as possible.
> > >>