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International Collective Movements! (r)
- Subject: International Collective Movements! (r)
- From: kzy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 20 May 1998 15:52:00
Thank so much for the suggestion. I am preparing to do what I can
and I will seriously take your suggestions into account. I hope we all
can do something. Will write to you more later.
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 Thu, 21 May 1998, Panyoma wrote:
> > From: kzy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > To: Recipients of burmanet-l <burmanet-l@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Subject: International Collective Movements!
> > Date: Wednesday, 13 May 1998 11:59
> > Dear All,
> > Now, Indonesia's government has killed peaceful demonstrators
> > again. These kinds of oppressions by the power thirsty governments will
> > go on unless we all try to stop. We have power which can become
> > when we know the power of the collective actions and unity.
> > There are Chinese democracy movements, Burmese democracy
> > movements, Tibet Liberation movements, Indonesia students' movement, and
> > many movements. In addition, there are supporters and activists from
> > democratic countries around the world who are helping the movements. All
> > know that we all are struggling for democracy, human rights, and freedom.
> > We all have many shared interests and shared goals.
> > I believe that if all movements get together and work together for
> > fighting against cruelties by the suppressive governments, it will be
> > effective. For example, it will be very helpful for Indonesian students
> > and people if all movements from everywhere around the world give support
> > (not only by issuing statements) and helping their struggle such as
> > staging protests in front of Indonesian embassies around the world,
> > writing letters to relative governments to cut aid and put pressure on
> > Suharto government, it will save the students' lives and help the
> > for change. If it changes, it will also benefit one way or another to
> > other movements too. If we continue exercise such collective actvities
> > for other activitie accordingly, all struggle will become more powerful
> > than ever.
> > We all should try to establish international cooperation among
> > students and activists around the world and work together for all issues
> > collectively. I really want to see the collective actions between all
> > it will really help all, I believe.
> > 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
> > CHINESE POET, 420 B.C.)
> > ("If it is not broken, don't fix it" leads to the worst situation.)
> > Dear K Z Y and all
> It is a fabulous idea to have a international collective movement in a
> Isolated struggle of Indonesian students' fight against dictatorial
> Soeharto regime could have been enormously boosted if there was an
> International Student Organisation existed and backed behind them.Soeharto
> would have had no chance.Likewise Ne Win and Deng Shiao Ping in 1988 and
> Imagine all student of the world who are dare ,honest and free from bias
> get together can be the biggest and most powerful organisation on
> earth.Much bigger than Ben-Hur.It can be powerful enough to influence
> various government of the world.For an instant It can pronounce sanction
> against sons and daughters of world dictators studying at any school
> including private ones or universities in any part of the world.Also there
> a lot more we can do and think about to do if we are together and organised
> as a whole.
> Now we need to find a way how to do to form an International Student
> There are a few suggestions-
> 1.Contact existing student organisations in respective countries and
> discuss your ideas on forming and benefits of having International Student
> 2.Well prepared yourself before go on talking and believe that your doing
> it for happy future of mankind.
> 3.For a start ,request for their support to be put immediately on internet
> media and others international media organisations on present Indonesian
> students' fight against pathetic Soeharto regime.
> 4.Suggest to contact regional student organisations and discuss the ideas
> 5.Keep communication lines open to any other student organisations.
> 6.Work in a serious manner to achieve the goal.
> 7. We will do the same in Australia as well.
> In solidarity