October 1, 2007 at 10:32 pm | Posted in Burma, myanmar, Stallone | Leave a comment

Sylvester Stallone said he witnessed “a hellhole beyond your wildest dreams” while filming on the Burma border.The actor and his movie crew were shooting “John Rambo”, the fourth movie in the action series, on the Salween River separating Burma and Thailand.”I witnessed the aftermath – survivors with legs cut off and all kinds of land mine injuries, maggot-infested wounds and ears cut off.

“This is a hellhole beyond your wildest dreams,” Stallone said. “All the trails are mined. The only way into Burma is up the river.”

“This is full scale genocide. I want the violence in there because it is reality. It would be a whitewashing not to show what’s over there,” he said.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/worldnews.html?in_article_id=485063

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Burmese government burning live witnesses to genocide

September 30, 2007 at 9:22 pm | Posted in Burma, myanmar | Leave a comment

An eyewitness from inside Burma reports that injured protesters are being taken to the Yay Way cemetery outside of Rangoon, and burned alive in an effort to destroy the evidence of the genocide occurring.This shocking report comes only hours after news that dozens of high school students were shot and beaten to death.Regardless, the junta continue to claim responsibility for only 9 deaths. They have cut off internet and telephone connections to the country almost entirely, to shield their horrific actions from world scrutiny.

http://yourecosource.com/blog/2007/09/30/injured-burmese-protesters-cremated-alive/

190 Burmese Monks beaten to death

September 30, 2007 at 1:27 pm | Posted in Burma, myanmar, Religion, violence | Leave a comment

A troop of lone-tein (riot police comprised of paid thugs) protected by the military trucks, raided the monastery with 200 studying monks. They systematically ordered all the monks to line up and banged and crushed each one’s head against the brick wall of the monastery. One by one, the peaceful, non resisting monks, fell to the ground, screaming in pain. Then, they tore off the red robes and threw them all in the military trucks (like rice bags) and took the bodies away.The head monk of the monastery, was tied up in the middle of the monastery, tortured , bludgeoned, and later died the same day, today. Tens of thousands of people gathered outside the monastery, warded off by troops with bayoneted rifles, unable to help their helpless monks being slaughtered inside the monastery. Their every try to forge ahead was met with the bayonets.When all is done, only 10 out of 200 remained alive, hiding in the monastery. Blood stained everywhere on the walls and floors of the monastery.

http://www.bpf.org/html/whats_now/2007/burma_peace.html?

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