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Myanmar's Suu Kyi to visit Fukushima Pref

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Burma has a shortage of farm workers because she murdered thousands of her people, burnt all their houses and livestock, and forced 700000 the run for their lives to Bangladesh with only the clothes they are wearing.

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...she murdered thousands of her people, burnt all their houses and livestock, and forced 700000 the run for their lives to Bangladesh with only the clothes they are wearing

Whilst I agree with the sentiments you express, it isn't fair to say that she herself actually murdered anyone but rather she stood by and let it happen. I wouldn't personally let her in the country...

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Welcome to Japan. I withhold any judgement against her until more facts about her situations become clear to me. I don't have enough information about extent of her involvement, limitations, and her big picture for the future of Myanmar. I know she is not a radical revolutionary; she is rather a patient reformer. And I supported her in the past because of that. And I do not think she has changed.

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Suu Ki is a lady I much admired, and for this very reason I never visited Burma out of respect for her fight and love for her people and being a lady that is a Buddhist I believed that love extended to all Burmese no matter their religion.   Buddhism is not a religion that does not prejudice against others and or their religions, and so therefore I am shocked by Suu Ki's pacifist stance for the Muslims in her country who are being murdered, raped and forced out only because of their religion.  

I am proud of Canada for revoking her honorary citizenship too state the evil that is going on and her condoning what is taking place by not speaking up and or going back on a hunger strike to speak out is a shame. 

My prayers go out to all the peaceful and loving people of Burma whether they are Buddhist and or Muslim.

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