Skip to comments.Myanmar land grab victims turn to black magic
Posted on 05/24/2014 1:26:46 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Victims of land grabs in Myanmar have eagerly tested new-found freedoms by protesting and sending petitions to the president and parliament, to no avail. Now some are turning to old ways: Curses and black magic.
Coffins marked with the names of those who seized property have been set ablaze. In rugged central regions of the country, aggrieved villagers have prayed for mountain gods to unleash their wrath. [ ]
Land seizures by the military, the government and private companies linked to junta cronies have long been commonplace in this Southeast Asian country, whether for development or the extraction of natural resources.
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I wonder if that will work on the BLM?
The only “black magic” that might help them would be lots of “black guns”. There are lots of regimes that need to be changed.
I wonder what resources, specifically, are being sought by the landgrabbers.
Could it be uranium?
Probably nothing but then....you never know.
SEPTEMBER 2008 : (MYANMAR /BURMA : SELLER APPROACHES US EMBASSY WITH OFFER TO SELL WHAT THE SELLER CLAIMS IS U-238, PROVIDES SAMPLE, DOCUMENTATION FROM CHINESE LAB DATED 1992 ; [onsite test positive] )
Stte Dept cable wikileaks, via http://www.nti.org/analysis/articles/myanmar-uranium-scam-attempt-reported-rangoon/
JANUARY 20, 2009 : (OBAMA IS INAUGERATED)
JANUARY 23, 2009 : (3 DAYS AFTER INAUGERATION DAY A STATE DEPT CABLE IS WRITTEN WHICH SAYS THE BURMESE URANIUM SAMPLE OF SEPT 2008 DETERMINED TO BE JUST DIRT THOUGH THERE WAS A THORIUM SPIKE WHEN TESTED — NOTHING TO SEE HERE...AND THE CASE IS “CLOSED”)
— State Dept cable Wikileaks , via http://www.nti.org/analysis/articles/myanmar-uranium-scam-attempt-reported-rangoon/
Nothing surprises me anymore.
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