Burmese Military is a neo-Fascist institution when it comes to 'race' and religion

General Aung San Suu Kyi attends Burma's Armed Forces Day

Aung San Suu Kyi, seen among her beloved neo-Fascist officers, in Naypyidaw's parade ground on the Armed Forces Day (originally, anti-Fascist Japan Revolution Day), 27 Mar 2013

Despite, the military's 50-years of genocidal records and human rights atrocities, Burma's Nobel Peace Prize winner and former activist has repeatedly and reportedly expressed her "genuine fondness' for the country's neo-fascist military organization.  Her martyred father Aung San founded the modern Burma Army with the help and patronage of Fascist militarists in Japan during the WWII.

Charred bodies of Burmese Muslims including Muslim students burned to death by organized neo-Nazi mobs backed by the entire might of the country's security forces, the largest in Southeast Asia after VietNam, Meikhtila, 22-25, 2013 

Burma's self-proclaimed national elites who are suffering from the institutional disease of a sense of entitlement to rule the country through eternity via its Constitution of 2008.
Seen here at the Armed Forces Day ceremony, (which was originally termed the anti-Fascist Japanese Revolution Day), March 27, 2013, Naypyidaw, Burma

"Burmese Military is a neo-Fascist institution when it comes to 'race' and religion.... Its mobilization of religious and ethnic prejudices is an extremely dangerous strategy. Burma has had refugee issues since the 18th century. Racism in Burma is State-mobilized and state-orchestrated."

- Maung Zarni, Visiting Fellow (2011-13), Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, London School of Economics

from the 5th segment or part of a total of 6.

"Through the Burmese Generals' Eyes: A No-nonsense Conversation With Maung Zarni"

Moderated by Veronica Pedrosa
The Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT), Bangkok, Thailand, Fall 2012.

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