Talk:Maung Nu Massacre

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I was not following the story, so this is how it appears to me: we are told that bad military junta killed somebody. We are not really sure who and how many, but we feel good about ourselves that we so much care, and we are sure that the junta is bad. So we need to bring more democracy (+the Mickey Mouse) over there as a matter of some urgency. Because, Russians are building a reactor there, North Koreans fortifying something with concrete, Chinese and Russians blocking our UN resolutions, and all of that is preventing our commercial and way-of-life exports. (?) --Resup (talk) 14:38, 24 December 2017 (UTC)

Hey! I have yet to fill this in here, but... I suppose it starts there. They have this house-arrest hero Aung San Suu Kyi who's supposed to be the freedom lady who should be in charge. But once in charge, seems to me (not a close follower so far) she cared too much about truth and justice, and won't play the regime change games. She's part of the system now, and getting hit with the genocide charges along with the rest.
I hear there's a problem with violent Buddhists, but not sure how real that is or how much it matters.
What we have added in this case, I think, is a standard Saudi-backed-Islamist type of sectarian massacre, with efforts to pass it off on the government as usual, but that falls apart badly on scrutiny. I guess what's needed is some more scrutiny to see if I'm right. There are actually a few massacres alleged, and I'm less sure now which if any is supposed to the replacement for what, or what (like are there other massacres not reported they have alternate stories for, or are some just made-up?). But there's something to this. --Caustic Logic (talk) 15:19, 24 December 2017 (UTC)

BBC drama?

What is this about? Was this footage shown as real?

-- Petri Krohn (talk) 06:27, 22 January 2018 (UTC)