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2015 Gerald and Maas Suppressed News


2015 Gerald and Maas Suppressed News

November 4, 2015
      Myanmar (Burma): a report by Al Jazeera (Al Jazeera Investigates - Genocide Agenda) shows the Yale University Law School's Lowenstein Clinic in conjunction with Fortify Rights finding "strong evidence" of genocide currently being committed against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. It's clear that preventive measures have failed, chiefly through the international community's lack of awareness and concern. called its initial genocide warnings for the Rohinghya in Myanmar, August 27, 2012 and October 29th, 2012 and November 2, 2012. It's possible that the historical persecution of Rohingya was advanced due to flooding in the south of Myanmar, threatening the nation 's food supply, possibly limiting the numbers of people the nation would be able to sustain. One is reminded of the effects of the U.S. B-52 bombing raids on Cambodia which intentionally destroyed Cambodia's food resources, as the major contributory fact in the Cambodian genocide which followed - a kind of triage of Cambodia's people allowing a majority to escape famine. There is some parallel to a similar mechanism in the Ukraine's Holodomur of 1932-33. This is a largely undiscussed aspect of the cause of genocides where genocide may be the result for minority groups when a country's food supplies are endangered/destroyed. The NATO press is reluctant to consider any causative link between the destruction of food resources and intentional destruction of a national group or its parts: this concept questions the legality of capitalism.

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