Is Irrawaddy News Group Leading the Genocide Propaganda in Burma/Myanmar?
ASIA & THE PACIFIC, 7 Aug 2017
Maung Zarni – TRANSCEND Media Service
6 Aug 2017 – Myanmar Groups whipping up Genocidal Racism against Rohingyas (& Muslims).
Irrawaddy News Group has joined the likes of ex-Chief of Military Intelligence, Wirathu, & Rakhine Racist Groups.
First with this outrageously racist cartoon (the first image), May 2016.
Dr. Maung Zarni is a Burmese activist blogger, Associate Fellow at the University of Malaya, a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace, Development and Environment, founder and director of the Free Burma Coalition (1995-2004), a visiting fellow (2011-13) at the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, London School of Economics, and a nonresident scholar with the Sleuk Rith Institute in Cambodia. His forthcoming book on Burma will be published by Yale University Press. He was educated in the US where he lived and worked for 17 years.
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