Human Rights Stories about Nobel Peace Prize

Look at Aung San Suu Kyi, and see how she contradicts herself and every principle that has made her a symbol of the whole world, showing an insensitivity worthy of the worst politician before the sufferings of the Rohingya, an unlucky minority imprisoned inside a brutal majority.
Do you think it's all accidental?
Do you think it's just an amazing paradox?
It would be nice, always paradoxically, obviously, because that’s a well-reputed and repetitive plot in the script of the so-called upper species.
Look, in fact, and see.

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Stories about human rights, hunger, poverty, anti-war and peace (stories inspired by true events from Stories and News - Network) by Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher, italian author, playwright, storyteller, stage actor and director.

Topics: stories about human rights violations, stories on human rights, human rights news stories, human rights issues, human rights stories for kids, universal declaration of human rights, free stories about human rights, true stories about human rights, world hunger stories, poverty stories, stories about war, stories about peace, anti war stories
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