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I told you not to go to Myanmar.
Going to Myanmar now is the last thing I want. I' m going to begin this story by loving Myanmar. Myanmar has long been one of my favorite places. It is a magic country full of hot and friendly humans, breathtaking old remains, rugged rain forests, mystical hills, secret temple, epoxy caverns and wild streams... Myanmar is a truly unbelievable place.
Myanmar has for years denounced the Rohingya as Bangladeshi illegals and systemically abolished their statutory prerogatives and the provision of essential public service in the state of which they have been living for years. The military has started a smear of terrorism because it makes the Rohingya state militant.
Within the state of Rakkine there have been established armed forces bases.... The aim of the armed forces is clear: to eliminate the Rohingya people from Myanmar on a permanent basis. There is no need for the armed forces to even assassinate them all to reach their targets.... All they have to do is send them from Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh through a terrible war.
In Bangladesh, they are compelled to stay in a huge, vast, insecure asylum in which the fugitives face an almost desperate position and young wives, many without spouses or dads (since their murder), have been coerced into perpetrating child support in the shabby Bangladesh shelter.
A few yards outside the encampment, the Myanmar military has installed Myanmar machineguns and other serious gear.... the embassy is clear: if the Rohingya try to get back to their houses, they will be assassinated. Aung San Suu Kyi, the favourite of the Myanmar people' s movements and holder of the 2016 Noble Prize for Freedom, ended a distribution of powers with the Myanmar people.
Myanmar's administration consists of fainthearts and pussies, critters who consider it tolerable to run a rape and violent campaigns against one of the most disadvantaged ethnic groups in the run. Commenting unequivocally that "genocide is too powerful a concept for what is going on here", Aung Aan Suu Kyi has largely resisted commenting on the planned assassination and expulsion of the Rohingya, a minoritarian group that was supposed to protect her.
Understanding that Myanmar appears to be an unbelievable land, your visit will pour cash into the bags of the administration (most hotel and transportation businesses belong to the military) and legitimize the state.