Aung San Suu Kyi visits BBC Broadcasting House
Burmese politician and human rights advocate Aung San Suu Kyi visited BBC Broadcasting House in London on Tuesday 19 June 2012. During her visit she met former radio presenter Dave Lee-Travis who she had listened to on the BBC World Service when she was under house arrest. A slideshow of pictures taken during her visit is available on Flickr.
...to Aung San Suu Kyi…!
…you may think England has not got issues similar to those of BURMA…!
…all “you” need to do is go to the “muck” of peasants and poor, and you soon will find plenty similarities…!
…detentions, for reasons that are categorized as political and revolutionary, are not something new…! and if you want to know, i am under a technical similar limitations…!
…if you want to come to canada, i will show you how to be denigrated and detained by the “police state and mental health services”…!
…i hope your efforts against males of BURMA, are not lost after having gained positions in government…!
…english have given apparently more freedoms, but on conditions…!
…i just thought you would want to get to know more about the other worlds and not only Burma…!
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