သက္ေသခံ လက္စလက္န မ်ားကို ရွင္းလင္းၿပီး ကမာၻကို လိမ္ရန္ ၾကံရြယ္ကာ သက္ေသခံ စစ္သားမ်ားကို နအဖမွ လိုက္လံရွင္းလင္းေနၿပီျဖစ္ေၾကာင္းကို ေအာက္ပါသတင္းတြင္ ေတြ႔ႏိုင္သည္။ ဒါမွလည္း သူတို႔အတြက္ ေနာင္ေရး စိတ္ေအးရမည္ဟု သေဘာမွတ္ယူထားပံုရွိ၏။
ကဲ .. ဒီေတာ့ စစ္သားမ်ား၊ ၾကံဖြတ္မ်ား၊ စြမ္းအားရွင္မ်ား .... ဘာလုပ္ၾကမလဲ .. ။ ကိုယ့္ဘာသာ ျပန္ေျဖရမယ့္ အခ်ိန္ကို ေရာက္ေနၾကပါၿပီ။
အေျဖမွားခဲ့လွ်င္၊ အေျဖေနာက္က်ခဲ့လွ်င္ မနက္ျဖန္ ေနအထြက္မွာ မ်က္ႏွာသစ္စရာ ေခါင္းရွာမေတြ႔ ျဖစ္ႏိုင္ပါသည္။ အင္းစိန္ဘက္တြင္ အခန္းငယ္ထဲ သံတိုင္ၾကားမွာ အခမဲ့ ထမင္းစားေနရကိန္းလည္း ျဖစ္ႏိုင္ပါသည္။
နအဖ အလိုက် ဘာသာ သာသနာကို ေစာ္ကားၿပီး ျပည္သူကို ရက္စက္ရဲေသာ ပုဂၢိဳလ္မ်ား၏ သမိုင္းကား ဘယ္ေတာ့မွ လွပမွာ မဟုတ္။ အခုပင္ .. တျဖည္းျဖည္းႏွင့္ သက္ေသျပလာေလၿပီ ျဖစ္သည္။
ကဲ .... ၾကံဖြတ္၊ စစ္သား၊ စြမ္းအားရွင္မ်ား ... ဘာလုပ္ၾကမလဲ ..... ။ မ၀ေရစာ စားၿပီး နအဖ အလိုက် ဆက္`က´မလား ... (မထင္)၊ တခ်ိန္က တန္ခိုးထြားခဲ့ေသာ ဗိုလ္ခင္ညြန္႔ပင္ ယခု ဘယ္ဘ၀ အေျခအေန ေရာက္ေနၿပီလဲ ... ။ ေအာက္ဆံုးက ကိုၾကံဖြတ္၊ ကိုစစ္သား၊ ကိုစြမ္းအားရွင္မ်ားကိုေတာ့ ... ခင္ဗ်ားတို႔ရဲ႕ `အဘ´ ေတြက ညွာတာလိမ့္မည္ဟု ေတြးထင္ေနသပါလား။
သံဃာေတာ္ေတြ၊ ျပည္သူေတြ၊ လူႀကီးသူမေတြက မလုပ္ဖို႔၊ မရက္စက္ဖို႔ ေမတၱာရပ္ခံ ေတာင္းပန္ေနသည့္ၾကားက ရက္စက္စြာ လက္စြမ္းျပခဲ့ေသာ တာ၀န္ေက် လက္ပါးေစ ေတြကို ယခုလို ျပန္ခံရခ်ိန္မွာ မ်က္ရည္ခံႏွင့္ သနားစရာ လာလုပ္ျပပါကလည္း မည္သူမွ သနားၾကမည္ မဟုတ္။ ထိုေၾကာင့္ ျမန္မာျပည္သူေတြ အၾကင္နာမဲ့စြာ ဥေပကၡာ ျပဳမူသည္ဟု မထင္မိေစရန္ ႀကိဳတင္ အသိေပး ေရးသားရျခင္းျဖစ္ပါသည္။
(စာၾကြင္း ... ဗုဒၶဘာသာအရ ေနာင္ဘ၀တြင္လည္း ေပ်ာ္ရြင္စြာ ငရဲဘံုမွာ ေနထိုင္ၾကရမည္ကို သတိထားမိပါသလား ... မသိ။)
Now these soldiers are facing life danger in present life, as well as in Buddhism believe, they have to face really scary life again after their death. What a soldier life under this cruel junta!!
Junta “eliminating” soldiers who fired on monks
Yangon (AsiaNews) – Repression in Myanmar is now turning against the army that carried it out. Reliable sources in the country told AsiaNews that rumours are circulating Mandalay and Yangon according to which the junta is physically “eliminating” the soldiers that shot at monks and protesters in late September in anti-regime demonstrations in order to get rid of evidence and witnesses should they be called to account for ordering the violence.
In a brief announcement on state TV, the junta said that people involved in the demonstrations caused by fuel price hikes are still being detained. Out of 2,927 people arrested, 468 remain in prison. However, these numbers refer only to people taken into custody on September 26 and 27 when tension was at its peak. Since then the military has continued to arrest opponents by using photos taken during the marches to identify people. Unofficial estimates put the number of those in prison at over 6,000.
Along with arrests and torture, the military’s propaganda campaign continues. By organising pro-regime rallies, the junta is trying to turn the population against Western countries, which it holds responsible for the crisis and the monk-led movement.
“The authorities are forcing every village to send 400 to 500 residents to join these [pro-junta] rallies,” said some farmers from the area Sagayng area, just north of Mandalay. “Anyone who tries to avoid taking part in the march runs the risk of spending months in jail or paying stiff fines. This happened yesterday to us, but we still won’t shout the slogans the military imposed on us.”
Sometimes people are summoned in stadiums or public spaces at 5 am and forced to wait until 8 am “when some officials arrive to read speeches full of attacks against Europe and pro-democracy activists in order to educate participants.”
During these rallies in the city of Monywa, some ethnic Burmese were forced to wear clothes identifying them as members of local ethnic minorities in order to show that these groups supported the government.
Many monks have found refuge in villages which are now surrounded by soldiers days and night. “Some monks are wearing civilian clothes to avoid visibility,” some residents in the Mandalay area said. “But they also wear a yellow string as an arm band to show that they are not giving up their role.”
The international community also continues to put pressure on the generals to stop arrests, release prisoners and start talking to the opposition. Japan, one of the junta's biggest aid donors, announced it was cutting off US$ 4.7 million in funding. The European Union has also increased its sanctions. And US President George W. Bush is threatening new measures against the junta.
Thailand, where UN envoy Ibrahim Gambari began his new Asia tour, has proposed a regional forum with China and India to push the Burmese government to implement democratic reforms.
Yesterday in Malaysia Gambari only got “support” from the members of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) for the UN Myanmar mission.
Malaysia Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar said there would be no threat of sanctions or suspension from ASEAN.