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Response to News Release of IRI (r)
Hi U Okkar,
I know that you didn't write this statement but please tell the
SLORC that it was just a shameless lie as usual. I don't think I need
to examplize the cheating behaviours of SLORC.
Who is the real destructionist in Burma? People are fleeing from
their motherland because of the suppression by a group of power thirsty
generals. People inside have been crying for democracy and the
If they have brain to think, it is very obvious that who has the
guns and who killed the people by all means. Haven't they remembered
their words? A general stated that civilians was killed by his troops
in the fighting and they couldn't avoid killing people in the war. Who
recently killed about 60 shan villagers recently? Have you ever heard
that NLD possesses a gun or an explosive? Only SLORC possesses those
dangerous things and always threaten the people to arrest and kill and
its characters are really like the characters of the dog from the
hell. What does Daw Aung San Suu Kyi say is just to make dialogue.
What does SLORC always say is arrest, kill, suppress, and so on. Who is
Don't try to bark all around!
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>Response to News Release of IRI
>Reference: News Release
>International Republican Institute (IRI)
>Dated: June 30, 1997.
>1. The IRI claims that it =93 provides assistance to Burmese dedicated
>sole use of non-violence to oppose SLORC=92s rule.=94
>What is your definition of non-violence?
>Is the use of weapons to cause death and destruction, an act of
>terror only when American lives are threatened?
>How many more innocent Myanmar people do you wish to see mutilated and
>before you will admit that terrorism was committed on our soil by your
>grantees as you call them - the so-called Burmese and ethnic groups
>democracy? Or is it your position that Myanmar lives are expendable,
>matter how many so long as you can put.
>2. Just a few instances to refresh your memory, although it needs no
>FACT A bomb was exploded by grantees ( who are trained demolition
> of your organization or affiliated organizations, at our sacred
>Maha Pasana Cave, Yangon where the Buddha=92s Tooth Relic from the
>China had been put on display for homage by the Myanmar people on
>Four innocent people were killed, two of them just budding youths,
>behind grief-stricken families, parents, widows and orphans.
>It was an outrageous act, a sacrilege committed by these terrorists=20
>( no other word can describe them) for they not only killed and maimed
>trespassed on our religious faith. Every single Myanmar citizen
>You cite Mahatma Ganchi and Martin Luther King. Your analogy is false.
> These great men were victims of violence at the hands of the same kind
>people as your grantees. Gandhi and King were not murderers and
>FACT A parcel bomb sent by post from Japan by members of one of your
>affiliations to the residence of the State Law and Order Restoration
>Secretary 2 Lieutenant General Tin Oo, killed his eldest daughter, a
>daughter, a good wife, mother of two young children, a university
>and a Ph.d candidate. She was uselessly cut down in the prime of life.
>Can you in all good conscience call this an act of non-violence?
>FACT Other acts of violence too numerous for detailed recounting.
>=B7 Many blameless villagers have been killed and disabled because a
>ethnic malcontents vent their frustrations by deliberately mining the
>cultivation plots of these poor people whose only livelihood is to till
>fields. How does this help the cause (if there is) of these
> What sins have these helpless villagers committed?
>=B7 Mining of passenger trains. Innocent passengers minding their own
>business, not hurting anyone have been maimed and killed by your ethnic
>insurgents throughout the years, and except for our own people, there
>one to protest these acts of violence.
>These are not wild accusations. If you are really sincere and caring
>so vociferously claim, you can verify these cases and many others for
>yourselves. Why rely on verbal reports. Rumours and exaggerations.
>Are these not acts of violence? Do they not qualify as acts of terror?
>do you call such acts, terrorism only when they happen in your country
>members of the white community?
>To plot and commit violence and terror on such a scale requires
>organization, planning and funds, all of which are supplied so
>organizations like yours, even though you know what the outcome will be
>loss of innocent lives.
>2. You termed the condemnation of these terrorist acts by the State
>Order Restoration Council =93Orwellian=94 and go on to make empty
>forced labour, torture and executions. It is not worth rebutting these
>groundless accusations, for it would be like giving a reply to a
>like, =93Have you stopped beating your wife.=94 But please do take
>that if the Myanmar Government were truly guilty of wholesale torture
>executions of dissidents, they would not be still running around
>people, destroying property and decrying and belittling their own
>3. Cramer says =93 the IRI has, since the beginning, conducted its
>the open. We are proud that we have stood with those at the forefront
>peaceful efforts to bring change to Burma.=94
>Glad you admit it at last. For if that is not meddling in our internal
>affairs, I don=92t know what is.
>Yes! You assist =93=85..thousands of Burmese.=94, but what about the
>48 million in the country.
>While on this subject, may I inform you that there are so many right
>up and coming young men and women, who take every opportunity of the
>conditions in every sector of our country and of the new
>economy to improve themselves and get ahead. They learn new languages
>skills like computer operations, programming and engineering. They
>new jobs and work hard to build up their CVs There are hundreds of
>of such upwardly mobile youths, who work hard and refuse to take any
>unlike your sycophants. The negative policies of the US Administration
>your self-righteous, misguided attitudes towards us hurt these young
>and their future the most.
>That is an unforgivable sin.
>Most Myanmar people, unlike your parasitic lot, value their
> Self respect may not appease hunger but without it we are less than
> We have a saying, very popular with our youths. It says: The King
>though he starves, will not stoop to eat grass.=94
>Just a word to the wise in conclusion. Myanmar is heading towards a
>democratic future, one of our own choosing, in spite of all you can do
>obstruct us. =20
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