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SLORC Ambassador's dialogue with th (r)

Subject: Re: SLORC Ambassador's dialogue with the Florida Committee

Tin Win was back up holding a meeting with Burmese community in Texas,
according to a source in Taxes.

At 05:59 PM 4/9/97, you wrote:
>From: moe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Julien Moe)
>Subject: SLORC Ambassador's dialogue with the Florida Committee
>Date: Wed, 9 Apr 1997 17:27:55 -0400 (EDT)
>X-Sender: thaung@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Unverified)
>To: moe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>From: U Thaung <thaung@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Dear Ko Moe,
>Please continue helping me .Please post the following piece on your board.
>Thanking you.
>SLORC Ambassador's dialogue with the Florida Committee
>Dear Kyaw Zay  Ya,
>Your comment regarding  the above subject  have been very  constructive and
>well written. I welcome your discussion and your professionalism.  I am very
>well aware of the various political situations inn Burma.  In viewing the
>video  taping of the meeting between Tin Winn and BNMCF, I strongly feel
>that the BNMCF   members are very sincere in their efforts to restore
>democracy to Burma and that they are a highly intellectual group not to be
>exploited by any S.L.O.R.C. members including Tin Winn.  They strongly
>support the efforts of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's leadership and all sincere
>political groups who work so unselfishly hard for democracy.  With due
>respect to your interest, I strongly suggest that you view the video tape
>and discuss it with the BNMCF members, and I would like to hear your
>response.  I also strongly agree with your statement of being united in our
>fight for democracy and of letting no one try to divide and interfere with
>our efforts and our objectives.
>It is healthy to discuss and criticize in a constructive manner rather than
>being abusive and printing out trasshy journalism full of air and no
>substances.  Challenging to meet a person and to make a point deserves no
>merit in a democratic society.  Distributing pamphlets " Shameful to meet
>the Ambassador" to a group of democratic loving Burmese Nationals who
>attened the meeting to demand democracy and to question the Ambassador about
>various atrocities commited against the Burmese people should be condemned.
>It is shameful to know that there is a narrow-minded and pessimistic group
>claiming to restore democracy in Burma that exists in our society.  Imagine
>what kind of democracy they want to restore to Burma!
>All sincere efforts by the various political groups should be encouraged
>rather than be condemned blindly without having any knowledge of the
>discussions involved.
>Myo Chit