Sunday, December 2, 2012
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Tint Swe: (1) Those who are determined can achieve. (2) Activists usually have to shout loud. (3) Politicians have to be positive and pragmatic.
May Kyaw Thu: Thanks Dr. Should we forgive the government for their violence to us?
Tint Swe: No, not at all!
May Kyaw Thu: What can we do on earth to punish them, Dr?
Tint Swe: But it depends on who. Leaders have to put that disappointment at back banner. The men on the street have right to express. Sometimes we can, sometimes we can't. However we must find ways to find justice. If not today culprits will be punished ultimately.
May Kyaw Thu: We could not do anything for Depaeyin case, Dr. I fear that they always bully us if we always keep attack whatever they do.
Tint Swe: I share your concerns and distress. But keep hope alive. We have a window though not wide enough.
May Kyaw Thu: I also think so. But I am no longer patient as we have waited for the justice for nearly two decades. Though one leader after another rule the country, we are still bullied.
Tint Swe: I am confident we can do that one day. We all must keep trying. One of them is to educate the voters who will cast in 2015.
May Kyaw Thu: I think it is too late to punish them.
Tint Swe: I don't mean to wait till then. It is one of the things we should do.
May Kyaw Thu: Any way, we have no choice except wait, Dr?
Tint Swe: I really don't mean to wait. Many are doing what they think they can day and night. Others should join, support and encourage them.
May Kyaw Thu: Thanks Dr. I understand now. I really want to take part in the events, but I have duty to support my family. For this I always feel sad, Dr.
Tint Swe: No, no. You must be a dutiful person for your family as well as for public. The one who forgets his/her family can't properly work for others.
May Kyaw Thu: Thanks a lot for your encouragement, Dr.
Tint Swe: I am pleased to know that. You can do it!
May Kyaw Thu: Thanks again Dr. I promise that I'll try my best for my family as well as for others.
May Kyaw Thu: Dear Dr as far as I know the representatives (in Letpadung Committee) from these regions are from USDP. And they are those who don't do politic but make living as a politician. Moreover, they got their positions against the public's will. They have faced people's anger?
Tint Swe: Yes, that was why I pointed out. I want the people know clearly only DASSK and Daw Khin San Hlaing from NLD, Thidagu Sayadaw, Ko Kyaw Thu, 88-G, U Wirathu are with public. No other parties particularly USDP. Maybe because of that USDP are listed in the committee. The voters must know it.
May Kyaw Thu: I think the brain of DASUK isn't small. She must have reliable facts to agree with the government to involve those persons. And she herself had been unlawfully attacked at Depayin. I want to know I can see the investigation from the positive side. This is beyond my knowledge. So I want to know you opinion, Dr.
Tint Swe: Big question! I agree with your observation on DASSK. She must have concluded to choose that way which is the best for the country. It might not be the same as some expected. You are one of them. This means does not mean the crime was neglected forever. The people like you and I should follow the path DASSK is guiding. It won't be wrong because we can't do better than her.
May Kyaw Thu: I myself think so. And I believe that DASUK will never forget the Depayin attack. But what I don't understand is that why any of the Sayadaws involve in the comette, Dr.The monks also involve in the protection. The government should investigate why they involve the case?
Tint Swe: I assume those culprits at the top are not yet ready. But it does not necessarily mean immune. I still hope that this way can't make real change. In history only dramatic or revolution like change can topple the dictatorship. Generals realize it and are opting for this way. But once they forget this big strategy there will fall suddenly.
May Kyaw Thu: Do you mean the generals try to smooth the people to forgive their wrong doings, Dr?
Tint Swe: They really want it. But how can it be possible?
May Kyaw Thu: DASSK should meet the leader of the monks I mean Thidagu Sayadaw.
Tint Swe: She has met, I think. But this Sayadaw uses different means. Other Sayadaws are more political. The rhythm is not equal among them.
May Kyaw Thu: What I'm disappointed with is that there is not the same rhythm among the people. Not only in this case but in other small cases, there are different opinions. I mean the public isn't in union, Dr.
Tint Swe: Thidagu S has influence on both sides. Other Sayadaws are more of activists. DASSK is a politician.
May Kyaw Thu: Dear Dr that is why I want DASSK to meet the Sadyadaw.
Tint Swe: I am sure when time is right she will meet. May Kyaw Thu: Do you think if we'll win to attack from the environmental side and religious side? As far as I know the Sayadaw and the local people here chose the idea.
Tint Swe: Environmental and religious facts are fine as well as the local people’s legitimate rights. Behind that there are bigger issues such as UMEH and China. Both are huge. So we need stronger power of brain and number. We must be clever.
May Kyaw Thu: By the way Dr, do you think everyone who had to spend most of their time in prison are deserve to be leaders? I mean for their belief.
Tint Swe: We should not generalize. They do deserve. But as you know in democracy people should not be in positions for long. Position means in government. Second point is that we needed activists in 1988 and brave ones in 1990. Now we also need those who can rebuild the country. At the same time I do not like all technocrats if they lack political mind and sacrifice for the people.
MKT: Do you think if we'll win to attack from the environmental side and religious side? As far as I know the Sayadaw and the local people here chose the idea.
DTS: Environmental and religious facts are fine. Local people's legitimate rights. Behind that there are bigger issues such as UMEH and China. Both are huge. So we need stronger power of brain and number. We must be clever.
MKT: By the way Dr, do you think everyone who had to spend most of their time in prison are deserve to be leaders? I mean for their belief.
DTS: We should not generalize. They do deserve. But as you know in democracy people should not be in positions for long. Position means in government. Second point is that we needed activists in 1988 and brave ones in 1990. Now we also need those who can rebuild the country. At the same time I do not like all technocrats if they lack political mind and sacrifice for the people.
MKT: Dear Dr, thanks for giving your opinion. I couldn't reply your message at once due to poor internet access. I don't mean all of them. Most do deserve but some are in my opinion, lack of knowledge. May be a few I have ever seen.
DTS: Yes, people are mixed of different levels of knowledge, kindness and etc. Look at a school class. There are not more than two bright students in each batch.
MKT: Dr, I want to my country to catch up with others though I can't do much for it. May I ask you one more question Dr? A good leader must be wise, upright, honest, brave and unselfish? I agree the fact that we need both activists and the brave ones to build a good nation. But some are too active and some are too brave. Can we a way to put those people under the guidance of those who are wise or wise as well as brave and with political mind?
I mean can we have? DTS: Yes it is right way to go along with. I am not worry much. We can work together among right peoples at right places. Only in political position I can't guarantee. For building the nation, we have to select not elect right peoples.
MKT: Thanks Dr. But I don't think the right way has come. What can we do for it coming as soon as possible?
DTS: My dear, as long as we can’t change the system all changes are ad hoc. You discuss with others, learn and educate others. The more people are aware the quicker we can expect for. I mean if we can't change the system.
MKT: From my one-day volunteer help at the hospital, I found something disappointing. Most are not willing to take good advice from the wiser and the more experienced people. Sadly most of such kind of people are those who spent in prison for long for their belief.
DTS: It is pity indeed. Those guys can be tamed by their senior PPs who are good. Don't be disappointed much. After 1988 all so-called loud-speakers wanted at top positions. Even the guy like me had to line behind them. First come first rule can't be applied everywhere, I think. But I kept quiet for years and I tried to gain my right position.
MKT: By the way Dr, the injured monks can get a chance to make a medical trip to foreign counties? I think I have read about the girl who was shot on the head is now in other country being treated. I don't know. I got a chance to listen to the chat with Ko Zarni and some of BG leaders at Monywa hospital. I like one of his words very much Dr. "We must try to be good citizens." I want all our people try like this. If so, we will be able to achieve our aim. Is this true?