Today, I was able to see two things that I heard about as the strategy of the military dictator. About 10 in the morning, I saw a large convoy pass by in front of my house. There will be about 6 cars. The car was equipped with loudspeakers and kept shouting “Long live Senior General Min Aung Hlaing!” We all know that this is a propaganda box of Min Aung Hlaing.
People on the road shouted back, “Mother Suu, may you be in good health!” Another is the scene of man groups who were rent for 5,000 or 20,000 a day by dictators get out of their cars and enter a protesting crowd. My friends and I warned each other. We shouted at the people next to us. They spread in the crowd by holding their sticks. I have seen that kind of view on the Facebook video clip. All the Generation Z protesters were watching them carefully.
I noticed that the police who guard for the protests today were not so much as in the past. It is gratifying to see that government employees from various states and divisions are also present and join in the protest. We heard that police took some CDM government employees home and forced them to go to work. That is why there are fewer police cars today. A friend of mine in Naypyidaw was forced to sign for work as well.
We have not to be tired. We have to fight for freedom, for democracy from military rule. We still have to try to get employees to join CDM. However, customs officials, the Ministry of Home Affairs, and the General Administration Department will not easily join in CDM. These departments are the most corrupt places. In such a department, even an ordinary office clerk earns enough to feed a family of five. They are not interested in getting involved properly in CDM.
Min Aung Hlaing will announce many rules to torture us on the other hand. This coming February 12 is the Union Day of Myanmar. The Tatmadaw (the dictators) will hold a ceremony on that day. Therefore, it is reported that the protesters are being eradicated before that day. We know that the military dictators will devise evil from all sides. But we, the unarmed people, must fight as much as we can.
I love my country. But I hate a group of dictators. Like me, the whole country hates it. They have never been good for the citizens. People have been persecuted in various ways for many years.
When will we be free? I have been living for three decades under dictators and I don’t want to live again. That’s why I am sending this email to get some help for my country and myself. I will continue to send emails about once a week or once every 10 days until a situation arises.
Hopefully, if any of you read it and saved Myanmar. Hope, Just a mini hope.