Friday, September 28, 2007

Blackout

Internet cafes were closed down. Both MPT ISP and Myanmar Teleport ISP cut down internet access in Yangon and Mandalay since this morning. The Junta try to prevent more videos, photographs and information about their violent crackdown getting out. I got a news from my friends that last night some militray guys searched office computers from Traders and Sakura Tower building. Most of the downtown movement photos were took from office rooms of those high buildings. GSM phone lines and some land lines were also cut out and very diffficult to contact even in local. GSM short message sending service is not working also. Burma is blacked out now!

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  1. dear soldiers and policemen of the burmese military regime,

    you are checking these site in order to check out and look for "dissidents"
    .... chasing them?
    ....but why?
    you really have thought about what you are doing here?
    do you think things going right.... for you, your country, your people?
    don't you think it could be better?
    all these demonstrators in your country doesn't matter they could be killed
    by you, soldier.
    they have become free of fear only to fight for a better future of all
    others, their children, their family and friends.
    what's about your family and friends. don't they earn a better future?
    policeman, loose your fear, support your people.

    ... you could be the person
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    ... who moves for food, peace and better life for all of you.

    you really think it's a good way to beat monks, praying in their monastaries?
    you are supporting a hand full of men, living in wealth,
    repressing you and the people in your country.
    ... take the chance, there are more supporters around you than you think right now.
    my best wishes for your peacefully future in freedom.

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  3. In my opinion the US should help you, but I don't think that your country has enough oil, so you will have to struggle for democracy on your own.

    In Iraq the situation is different. The people don't want the "US Democracy", but the US needs their oil, thats why they get "help".

    Hoping and praying the best for you, take care of yourself.

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  4. The world can't ignore what's happening in your country...
    Dear burmese brothers don't stop fighting for your freedon!

    Roberto - Italy

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  5. i am one of the million in the world who saw you situation on tv.

    resist !!
    dont stop and the time for change will come


    i am praying for you and your people
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    take care !!

    alex from germany

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  6. I wish the UN would do more and China would use its influence to stop the violence towards peaceful monks and demonstrators. The UN shouldn't let this happen and ACT!!

    Don't give up. Don't lose hope! Cheer up! My prayers are with you, the courageously Burmese people. All the best to you!
    (Mark from Germany)

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  7. Don't give up! We did it in Eastern Europe in '89, and I pray that you can do it, too. What can we do to help you from the outside?

    (Alina from Romania)

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  8. don't stop fighting !!
    I wish you the best. the world is watching...
    Julika from Germany

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  9. In a long-term view, nobody can suppress the willing of the people for freedom and democracy. I wish you and your people good luck and take care of you!

    I've seen in 1989 in Germany, that dictatorship is not eternal.

    What can somebody do for you in Germany?

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  10. go on! do what you have to do! never stop dreaming and fighting!
    we r all with ya!!
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  11. I admire the courage of all those who are standing up in the face of such blatant violence. Best wishes. We're all rooting for you.

    --Le in TX

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  12. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this very dangerous time.

    We are all Burmese freedom fighters now.

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  13. I know how it is like living under an oppressive regime. My friends and I are watching developments in Burma closely. We are all praying for peace in your country, peace in the hearts of all freedom-loving Burmese. Don't give up!

    -Andrew & friends from Singapore.

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    Hang in there, most everybody in the world is behind you 100%.

    Bush slammed the rulers of Myanmar in his UN speech earlier this week.

    If the USA went in, they would get everybody screaming in protest.

    The UN must do something, but they never use military force to fight.
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  15. Nuke them!!!! The Burma regime sucks - how can humans do that kind of thing? It's like Hitler in Germany, Stalin in the USSR, Mussolini in Italy, and Bush in the US. This madness has to stop. People should love each other!!!

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  16. Burmese brothers, don't give up, your dream will come true! You are always in our thoughts. Pray for u!!
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  19. Hello,

    I am Michael from Germany. Today your Blog adress is shown on Germany's No.1 news website - everybody is able to read your first hand news!
    The job you do is terrific!
    We cannot imagine what risks you have to take, but be aware that so many people here follow what is happening in Burma right now!
    Especially we Germans know from our peaceful revolution in 1989 how powerful slogans like "We are the people!" and "No violence!" sound spoken from thousends of people.
    I know Yangon and I've also been to Mandalay. I've seen the monasteries, spoke with monks and know how you have to live.
    I feel helpless, admire your peaceful resistance.
    How can we support you but follow your revolution?
    Freedom of opinion and freedom of demonstration are human rights. They are your rights!

    I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!
    Yours Micha

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  20. I am writing from San Francisco (USA). I have only recently become aware of what is happening. I appreciate your blog; please keep the info coming as best you can. The courageous actions of the monks has pierced through the usual media fog and gained the world's attention. I think this will bear fruit.

    The local buddhist community here in San Fransico is starting to organize actions. Yesterday, there was a protest at the Chinese consulate. A local buddhist has set up a blog to track local actions.

    I hope people of all beliefs in other communities will do the same -- organize actions and setup blogs or web sites to tell the world about it!

    Peace and solidarity.

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  22. As the one of the burmeses who live in Singapore, I know what is the meaning of freedom and human right. I believe after all these sacrifices, the civilians of burma should deserve and be rewarded something that they always expect.

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  23. Dear all

    I hope that the protest can have succeed in changing Burma and avoid ending like in the tragic 1988.
    However, reading different posts and also articles in newspapers I have noticed that there is little or none information about the terrible conditions of the Burmese Muslim minority. I hope that this revolution can bring freedom and justice to them as well.
    I have written, if you are interested, a post on the topic
    Best wishes
    Gabriele

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  24. Where is my France in this conflic? Forgot historic?
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  25. Hello from Germany !

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  26. Good luck.
    I try to do my part.

    Jon
    http://burma-myanmar-news.blogspot.com/

    http://rightorrong.blogspot.com/

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  27. What's going on in Burma makes me really sad! What is needed is that the soldiers side with the Burmese people. But, unfortunalety that ain't happen. YET. Unfortunately! Hopefully things won't go worse after these demonstration. One never knows, dictators you know.

    I truly hope I'm wrong and things will finally get better for the Burmese people! My thoughts and prayers are with the Burmese people! Don't lose hope! I wish you all the best !!

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  29. Good luck -- the hearts of millions are with you.

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  31. carlos antonio paladOctober 03, 2007 2:37 AM

    I am Carlos from the Philippines. Filipino Catholic priest Fr. Ferdinand Hernando OAR used to be the Rector of the Augustinian Recollect Novitiate in Antipolo City, near Manila, the Philippines. I received this SMS from him via a friend just this morning regarding the recently crushed peaceful revolution in Burma / Myanmar:

    "FROM A BURMESE PRIEST: Dear All. Pls pray for Burma. Dey already killed more than 10,000 monks & those injured were cremated alive to give lesson to people in the west. It's hell now here. People are helpless & have nowhere to turn to. No immediate solution. Pls help us & forward this txt to anyone u wish. Pls wear red for bloodshed in Burma. Our government is a terrorist government. Pls pray for us. Thank you."

    Apparently the goons of Than Shwe are massacring on an even worse scale than 1988.

    ____________ _________ _________ _________ _________

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  32. did they shut down your connection?

    greets from germany =)
    a_p

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  33. I hope everything is going well with you, and May the people’s wish fulfilled

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  34. Dear Burmese Military,

    Hi I am from the Philippines. You knew the day of People Power will com to your doorstep. It has come indeed.

    The Burmese Military are the Protector of the People of Burma and not its Oppressor.

    I implore you to remove the blindfold. Your commanders have ordered you to massacre unarmed civilians. This is not right and you know it.

    Please heed the cry of your people.

    Defend them and save them.

    Concerned Filipino

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  35. I am just one more anonymous to say the the world don't forget you and keep on a look on the militaries. For Burma freedom

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  37. Like a whole lot of my friends, I'll be boycotting the Olympics and simply not watching on TV. I'm here on the other side of the world but I'll be doing what I can to express my own outrage towards the situation. In my opinion, the TV channels should have just refused to broadcast the Olympics. If enough did, I'm sure China would have gone ahead anyway, but at least they would feel like outcasts of some sort.

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