Freedom Memoirs Vol. 3, Issue. 2

February was an eventful month. Min Aung Hlaing made a few new moves to consolidate his power, including the sham election, his military worsened the atrocities across the country, and his administration continued to make the citizens’ lives miserable. The Western countries imposed further sanctions, but the military, the oldest institution with decades of experience in isolation, always found loopholes to outsmart the sanctions. But the good news is the resistance forces continue to retaliate the regime’s offensives despite the power imbalance. The NUG cultivated further international recognition by having its foreign minister traveled to the UK and the US. The public under the regime’s normalization agenda showed the defiance, lingering in their hearts, with empty streets at the Silent Strike. Pablo Neruda wrote, “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming”. Min Aung Hlaing may use the dirtiest tricks and the cruelest tactics to hold the power, but he cannot stop our revolution and the building of a new nation. 

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