FBR REPORT: Burma Army troops kill villagers and IDPs as they mass troops with over 90 battalions no

General es 15/01/08


Dear Media,

Brutal oppression and genocide continues in Burma as it has for decades, but another brief moment of media interest has long sense ceased. The crack down has not stopped, the torture has not stopped, the killing has not stopped, but the the media coverage that helps the collective will for change has stopped. We citizens of the world need the media to help keep us awake to the reality of this ongoing tragedy, and point us toward those change agents providing opportunities for us to join in promoting peace in Burma. Please help! It is not for lack of information that reporting has stopped. Many are risking their lives to deliver accurate and current information on the Burmese regime's violent oppression of it's own people, and those who struggle to survive. Please see our recent report: Burma Army troops kill villagers and IDPs as they mass troops with over 90 battalions now in northern Karen State, Burma
You can receive current reports directly by requesting at info@freeburmarangers.org. Or get more information by visiting www.freeburmarangers.org.
Thank you much for working to bring Burma back to the forefront of the collective conscience and thereby help prevent continued needles violence.
Sincerely,

Michael McGill
Just Children ~ waging peace
Just Children wages peace in developing nations impacted by civil war by mobilizing child peacemakers and transforming awareness into action.
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