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October 23, 2007

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While the neighbours and international powers are debating and
discussing how to deal with Burma. The leader of Burmese
junta infatuated with absolute ruler tendencies might again try to assinate Aung San Su Kyi, if rumors in some websites were true.

Hours ago, CNN announced that Aung San Su Kyi is suffering from unknown illness. As an overseas non partisan Burmese, I can simply hope she would recover. If not, Burmese political tragedy will no
longer political but personal. If international community cannot
help us to bring to those crazy rulers with monarchy fetishes, not help their submissive followers to act those atrocities, then the only way for us, is to go for retaliation. An eye for an eye, even
if that implies we all go blind. If she dies, the only thing left
for us to hunt down their immediate family members in Singapore, UK, etc.. Even if we have to resort to harm those soft targets (some of those may be innocents as well) we will have to go for it
to teach the lessons to the brutal junta lessons. To let them feel how do people feel when they lose loved ones.

I wished international statesman in the region will be able to do something for Aung San Su Kyi to get proper medical treatment she deserved while junta leaders are wasting the state treasuries to get hospitalization in Singapore hospitals.

While statemen in neighbouring countries and international powers are debating and discussing how to deal with Burma. The leader of Burmese junta infatuated with absolute ruler tendencies may have tried again to assinate Aung San Su Kyi, if rumors in some websites were true.

Hours ago, CNN announced that Aung San Su Kyi is suffering from unknown illness. As an overseas non partisan Burmese, I can simply hope she would recover. If not, Burmese political tragedy will no
longer political but it will become a personal. If international community cannot help us bring logic and rationale to crazy rulers with monarchy fetishes, their submissive followers to act those atrocities, then the only way for us left is to go for retaliation. An eye for an eye, even if that implies we all go blind. If she dies, the only thing left for us to hunt down their immediate family members in Singapore, UK, etc.. Even if we have to resort to harm those soft targets (some of their families may be as innocent as the victims the junta is abusing), we will have to go for it
to teach lessons to member of brutal junta. To let them learn how do people feel when they lose loved ones.

I wished international statesman in the region will be able to do something for Aung San Su Kyi to get proper medical treatment she deserved. Afterall, junta leaders are wasting the state treasuries to get hospitalization in the best suites of Singapore hospitals.

Dear Sir,

As an optimistic point of view, recent events have attracted our plight ie: status quo of politics and international standing, I trust ASEAN and international leaders will do their best to help our leaders in our country to get onto the right path.
It is of urgency to the region as well for political stability.
Please do it right sirs, before its too late.

with expectations and respect,

may

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