Now the world and the world body (UN) have seen the beatings, shootings and killings in the line of crackdown in Burma.
You have heard the news of night raids and secret detention centers.
Mr. Gambari has already submitted his report on Burma to the UN Security Council.
Some of the Security Council members want to pose more severe sanctions on military junta.
Russia, China, India and Asean countries do express concern upon what's happening in Burma, but they all are against sanction.
Chinese Ambassador to UN said that sanctions would only cause more confrontation, but he didn't care to mention about the military junta to take advantage and gain more power.
It's quite clear that the countries against sanction and punishment on Burmese generals are getting lion's share from the loots the generals had from the Burmese people.
Those countries who are shedding crocodile tears for Burma should know that you are no more than in the position of accomplice to the military junta, so you must think thoroughly and do what you must do sincerely before it's too late.
We don't care how much you have made profit upon our people's properties and natural resources, but we do care the rebellious spirit the military is crushing ruthlessly.
Only with that rebellious spirit we gained independence in 1948, but our people lost freedom a few years after up to this day.
We would like to send a clear message to the military junta that no matter what ever price we have to pay, we will maintain our rebellious spirit and with whatever means we have, we will fight to get our freedom back.
We would leave Russia and China in the hands of the Security Council.
But we would like to tell India and Asean countries to think it seriously that this is the time you have to show your concern, good will and sympathy sincerely, if you really have, to Burmese people and do the right thing you should do.
Finally it's time for the international community and the world body (UN) to decide on which side you will stand for, whether you are with the countries of trade opportunist or with Burmese people.