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Old 05.12.2008, 04:36 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by demonrail666
Yes, but how Burma recovers will be dependent largely on how those that define the 'weltgeist' think it should.
"The cyclone could be a paradigm-changing event for Myanmar, once of the world's most closed and repressive regimes, as the ruling junta has apparently decided to accept international assistance. On the other hand, the Al-Jazeera report notes that the junta has not given the green light to non-governmental organizations, and that it plans to go ahead with a May 10 referendum aimed at strengthening its repressive grip."

http://medianation.blogspot.com/2008...e-cyclone.html
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