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What is Thein Sein thinking about these days? I do not think he is a happy man at all. Who in the world with the right mind will sleep peacefully? His words and his actions are East and West, Day and Night different. He might be full of anxieties. Crimes against humanities committed by his predecessors are not repeating themselves and they are now falling straight on Thein Sein’s head. I do not think he can free himself from war crime tribunal. Complaints and lawsuits rise from every corner of the country. Illegal land confiscation, extrajudicial imprisonments, money laundering, rapes and extrajudicial killing or capital punishments have not been forgotten by the people yet. Even before he finishes cleaning his hands, he is now committing new crimes against Kachin people. He is already buried alive by crimes against humanities. Even if he lives, he is dead. Because, there is no way he can enjoy peaceful life like others as he causes sufferings to countless citizens. Nga-ye is destined for him or he is destined to Nga-ye.