The Burmese government announced that it would grant Burmese citizenship to Muslims in Arakan in June 2012. This woke up the violence between Buddhist Rakhine people and Muslim Rohingya villagers repeating the Rohingya massacre of 1942 (only the number of the deceased is still unknown). Violence started after Buddhists attacked a bus carrying ten Muslim [...]

Elliott Abrams’ Dark History in Latin America and the Struggle for Justice

Elliott Abrams, a former high level State Department official during the 1980s, testified last week that the Reagan administration knew that Argentina’s military junta was systematically stealing babies from murdered and jailed democracy activists and giving them to right-wing families friendly to the regime. In a meeting with the Junta’s ambassador in Washington on December [...]

Friends Without A Border/Angkor Hospital for Children

Arrival in Siem Reap, Cambodia Having left England on a cold December day, I arrived at Siem Reap in Cambodia on Christmas day late in the evening. The heat hit me immediately. As I was still wearing my warm clothes I was quite relieved to feel the cool breeze on my face as I took [...]

How does Google report Afrikaners + Boers + Genocide?

Is the world aware of the tragic genocide targetting the 3,5-million-strong Afrikaner Boer minority in South Africa? If one measures international awareness by the number of daily Google-hits from specific words such as Afrikaner Homeless and Afrikaner Poverty, the answer is a resounding yes… There’s no doubt that the internet-awareness campaigns launched by the Afrikaner [...]

South Africa at ‘Stage Six Genocide’

Genocide Watch: “Julius Malema must be removed as leader of the ANC youth league… he is a violent Marxist-racist just like Winnie Mandela.” Genocide Watch updates South Africa’s whites and women (high rape rate) to Stage 6 (of the 8 stages) of genocide at the hands of ANC Youths and Black-Marxist Racists”. Blog this! Bookmark [...]

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