The struggle to break free from the dictator.
The protests in Burma are simple but unique. The junta has prepared water trucks to disperse the protesters. Some are simple water cars. Some are not simple. Blench is added. Some people who have been sprayed with water have red, torn faces.
The dictators also prepared sticks to disperse the people. Iron rods were inserted into the plastic tubes. Once you are hit it, your body parts will be broken. We also know through Facebook that a plot has been devised to include his allies in the protest. The military hired the grassroots or some men from jail with 20,000 MMK a day according to the spy video file from Facebook.
People came to protest in various ways. Bridges are closed. Curfew 144 is not allowed to go out more than five people, and some of us are separated to four persons a group by six feet. Some behave get in a car and go to work in the city. But some don’t care about it. Eventually, however, the city was packed with protest people.
Some went to the UN representative office. Some went to the US embassy with hope. Some are in the center of Sule. We will be in Hledan as usual. With hopes in everyone’s heart. All of us do not want a military dictator for our country. General Min Aung Hlaing, dictator, must leave.
Come to think of it, our current reliance on the international community does not guarantee 100%. Our trusted person Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was also arrested. We, Generation Z, strive with the idea that everything is self-reliant.
One person was killed during a protest in Naypyidaw today. According to video files posted on social media, the police deliberately aimed and fired, not at the mob. I heard that tear gas was being used in some places.
Significantly, some police joined the protesters. Protesters ate noodles in the streets and gays shouted at the police, “My husband of the people.” They are trying to persuade the military dictator to join them.
In Hledan, where I went, the police announced that we would be sprinkled with water if we did not disperse at 4:00 pm, so everyone returned. At night, the 8 o’clock drums were louder and louder.
With resentment in our hearts.