Cancel tradition has come for Human Rights icon and genocidal racist Aung San Suu Kyi. The Burmese premier was detained yesterday in a coup staged by the country’s military.
The nation woke as much as widespread web and communications blackouts, closed banks, and troopers in military fatigues patrolling the streets of Myanmar’s largest metropolis, Yangon. Residents turning on their tv units may solely entry the military-owned Myawaddy TV channel, with all different information channels seemingly blocked. As information filtered by that the nation’s democratically-elected leaders had been detained within the capital, a information anchor introduced on the military-owned channel that energy had been handed over to military chief Min Aung Hlaing.
Aung San Suu Kyi lately received a second election, already two too many for a junta as soon as described as a cadre of “stone-faced morons” by Christopher Hitchens.
The navy was in energy there for many years and clearly held sway over her democratically-elected authorities; to no matter extent her protection of its slaughter of Muslims and prosecution of journalists was unavoidable, it’s now to no avail.