Burma’s Junta Protested in DC at Embassy Row Rally (video)

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On Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007, a protest … On Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007, a protest action, rally and march directed at the Junta now terrorizing the country of Burma, a/k/a Myanmar, was held on Embassy Row, in Washington, D.C. There is abundant evidence on the public record that the brutal military regime in that beleaguered country is arresting, killing and torturing, on a wholesale basis, scores of human rights activists, while viciously suppressing any public dissent to their criminal policies. At noon, the demonstration began in front of the Embassy of Burma. Then, the protesters proceeded to march to the Embassies of China and India. Today is “International Free Burma Day.” Speaking at the rally in front of the Burma Embassy was Mr. Bo Hla-Tint. He is associated with the “National Coalition of the Union of Burma,” a government-in-exile. When the protesters got to Embassy of China, they chanted: “Boycott the Olympics!” The 2008 Olympics are planned for China. It was accused today, by some of the speakers, of collaborating with the Junta now running Burma. One of the themes for the rally was: “Support the Monks!”
For background information, please see: http://www.uscampaignforburma.org/ and
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacif… and


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  1. How about free Burma from NED/CIA interference and America’s “privatized” foreign policy to cold-war warrior George Soros?

    It is an open secret that Anug San Suu Kyi is connected with the CIA thru NED-funded think tank Einstein Institute (operated by DIA intel ops Robert Helvey):



    Burmese pro-democracy activists openly acknowledge they are bank rolled by OSI, a quasi-government organization funded by George Sorors – the guy who raped the Thai Bhat.

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