YouTube Campaign for Burma - Free Aung San Suu Kyi and Other Political Prisoners
Updated on June 18, 2010 Aung San Suu Kyi turns 65 tomorrow on June 19, and will be spending her 15th birthday in complete isolation, out of her 20 years struggle for Democracy in Burma. Please ADD your message of support in comment, and share. Please sign your petition, and express your voice ... Let's remember her, lets admire her choices for Burma, and Let's stand up for her political freedom!!! www.facebook.com (facebook) www.guardian.co.uk www.facebook.com Hello YouTubers and Friends, I am starting a YouTube campaign for Burma, freedom of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi ( www.dassk.org ) and other political prisoners in Burma. Burmese pro democracy leader, the Nobel laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi, has completed 13 years of house arrest by the Burmese military junta and is still under house arrest, and allowed no contact with the outside world. Additional thousands of monks, and students have been imprisoned for their peaceful calls for democracy recently. This week, there is an arising hope for their release, and I really need you all to stand with them. Here, I made this 4 minutes video to call the world to help. As the global economy down turns, Burma's leaders are more vulnerable to international pressure. We are trying to get 888888 signatures from people, and send them to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon to make this a top priority. Please sing the petition here www.avaaz.org Over 160 Burma exile and solidarity groups in 24 countries are participating in the campaign. We need <b>...</b>
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