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Rohingya Genocide in Burma: Covert Report with Andrew Day

February 10, 2014

The guest on Truth Frequency Radio is Andrew Day, an activist championing the plight of the Rohingya peoples of Burma, who are suffering genocidal policies, including straight up massacres and ethnic cleansing, by Burmese authorities. Day describes the tension between Buddhists and Muslims in Burma, such that the tiniest, most insignificant triggers like brushing in the street have sparked backlashes. Village purges and driving the Rohingya into the sea with spears are common events for these Burmese peoples. This heart-breaking story is mostly ignored by the MSM. Please help us break the silence barrier by listening to Andrew Day’s interview on The Covert Report. It will shock you.

I tweeted this poem last night from bed, as I lay there waiting for news from my Rohingya friends who I knew had been awake all night, wondering if their homes were to be raided following an order to arrest all Rohingya men and boys over the age of ten.

We feared that the men would be taken away to be killed, and that the women left would be raped and their children hacked to pieces, as they had done so previously the week before at the village of Duchiradan (also known as Du Char Yar Tan as well as Kiladong). Indeed all the warning signs were there for an imminent massacre following a period of propaganda, visits by the infamous 969 group to the area, a call for militias who were understood to now be in training, and an official meeting where Rohingya village leaders had been warned of their fragile existence.

Long Night
Rohingya no more
Rwanda once more
Never again
Over and over again
Sit and contemplate
Can we change fate?
The advice we received
During this hour of need:
Avoid the word genocide
When you plead
That would oblige them to act
They don’t like that
A long night
Of extreme fright
All you can do is pray
They said
My children in bed
May all soon be dead
Take my tears
My fears
Save us
We have nothing left
Heart aches
Heaven shakes
Morning breaks
World wakes

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