Feature - Unspeakable Burma

If the best measure of a state's civil and economic health is the infant mortality rate, the degree to which a government is capable of sustaining the lives of the most vulnerable in society, then by this measure, and in ordinary times, the Burmese junta has abysmally failed its people.

If we impose the measure on a nation in the grip of a natural disaster, then the regime's callous disregard for its people's suffering is worse than failure. It was deliberate, and should be called by its proper name: a crime against humanity. - Paul Ham, The Age (click below for full article)

http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/unspeakable-crimes-20080603-2l9j.html?page=-1

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