Here’s what I don’t get: Why isn’t military action even being talked about with regard to Burma? I am not saying I would defintiely do it, but it definitely should be on the table. Frankly, I think every free nation on Earth ought to be thinking of it. If I were Japan, i would particularly be thinking of it, considering that a Japanese journalist was gunned down in cold blood.
It would seem to me that air strikes ought to be considered. They could be well targeted. After all, doesn’t the military there live in barracks? Don’t the generals have headquarters? Bombing those military installations ought to be on the table. What is going on in Burma is utterly unacceptable. Deliberate mass murder by the military junta there should not go without consequences. Death is a consequence the military ought to understand.
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