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International Collective Movements! (r)

Dear Ko Richard Aung Myint,
	Thank.  I will cooperate the best and will try the best too.  I
think all have different resources and we all should use all resources to
set up the collective movements.  I will write to you soon.  Thank again.

Yours sincerely,
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

("If it is not broken, don't fix it" leads to the worst situation.)

On 13 May 1998 RAMyint@xxxxxxx wrote:

> To Kyaw Zay Ya
> Yes, a coordinated movement would have more impact. At least we need to set up
> contacts with the various movements and exchange ideas. We could provide moral
> support, coordinate lobbing efforts and spread the word in general.
> Its important to the Burma effort that we link with the Indonesian students
> and other groups and support them. US based Burmese could lobby US Government
> on their behalf. As Indonesia goes so will Burma. We have similar histories
> and similar problems. They have to get rid of Suharto and we have to get rid
> of Ne Win. After that we have to uprood the rotten system they have implanted
> into our respective societies.
> Lets work together.