Nothing left to loss....
Cyclone Nargis hit our country without mercy. It swept off ten of thousands of lives. It even blew away more than 30 villages to the ocean.
We hope that Nargis would be the last thing, rip down Burmese people, who have already been suffered by irresponsive regime for more than three decades. They live their daily life in all and every way of negative sentiments; worry, fear, loss and hatred of course. Seldom to heard of human right in Burma. Social crisis is in everywhere. No human right. No electricity. No good education. No law and order.( Regime can turn it around)
Crisis of crises
Now again, natural disaster pushes Burma to be in ever deepening crisis. Cyclone is coming but not enough warning and evacuation plan. State run media even announced that Cyclone is getting weaker and no need to worry. What's a reckless research data and forecast? People are dying but where is relief efforts. Civilians and monks come down to street and clean the mess, cut the trees. Authority send handful of uniform people on the street without any tools and machine. Road access needs to clear urgently. But where is heavy machinery. It shows very clear that regime is absolutely lack of management skills. Even worse that they took their own picture and propagated in State run TV. What's an inhumane act to take credit in the midst of devastating?
People really don't care about them. They don't rely on them either. People are now giving hands to hands to cope such a horrible aftermath. They manage to use hand held power generator to get water. They share foods. And some oversea Burmese around the world sending money and materials to effected area. But authorities deter not to go direct and ask the things into their hand. It can't find any sensible reason upon that. It indicates that so-called authorities are as stupid as that.
Time to time, death toll is rising in delta region and likely to rise up ot 100,000. Obvious that it is state of emergency and international community has offered to give relief aids but yet to get clear permission from authorities. Hundreds of international staffs are still waiting to get visa. What regimes waiting for? What makes them difficult?
People are in desperate and frustrate for regimes slow action. While regimes making meeting and thinking and planning, people in delta area are suffering unprecedented consequence, like epidermic, sanitation and drinking water problem. Now international health experts warns that if they can't manage to remove dead bodies and cremate properly, there will be substantial problem in the whole region. Today France foreign minister Kouchner reminds United Nations' "responsibility to protect" that aids should be imposes as soon as possible without consent from authorities even if this meant intervention.
Yes. We are welcome his comments and initiation. International communities do not need to wait for regime answers, please listen to the cries of people.
Nothing left to loss....