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Myanmar has been formally accused of genocide;

trial upcoming. Its leader on her way to The Hague to make a defense. Good on her; 'the buck stopped there'.

"As Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi prepares to travel to the Netherlands to fight charges of genocide against her country at the International Court of Justice, her supporters have embarked on an impassioned publicity campaign."

An interesting example of that 'passion', evidently shared by most of her countrymen.
"We must show our unity,” said protest organizer Aung Thu. “If a country’s leader says a lemon is sweet, we have to say it is sweet.”
Now, that's patriotism!

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