All night long, like the thunder let out its booming, deafening roars. I didn’t sleep well last night. The junta released some people into the area. They let their spy to fire the flames. Who are the people arrested? where, I can’t even answer the question of who asked me to do it. The spies were injected with some kind of medicine. According to the videos, they were taking methadone. They were injected with drugs on both sides of their neck. Burmese people protest in the afternoon. At night they played drums (hitting the iron bars, pens). During the night, they took turns guarding against thieves (night watcher). In the community, we have to set up barriers. We had to take turns guarding to prevent outsiders from entering.
The dictatorship has kept this a secret from the international community. The information is kept secret. It is spreading propaganda through the state-owned news channels to spread the word to the world. Nowadays, young people understand this and spread the word on social media. The military dictatorship also blocked the internet.
Today is General Aung San’s birthday. He was the one who helped make Myanmar independent. I wondered why he was fighting for independence. He would not have demanded independence if he had known that such a situation would exist.