From Burma Campaign UK <[email protected]>
Subject Min Aung Hlaing will hate this
Date April 15, 2021 2:34 PM
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Dear John

Despite the brutal crackdown on protesters since the military coup, people have been using humour to challenge the military, and especially the head of the military, Min Aung Hlaing.

Activists in Myanmar asked us to join them in using humour to undermine the authority of the military and of Min Aung Hlaing. Some had a suggestion which we were able to help with: Min Aung Hlaing toilet paper.

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Even before the coup, Min Aung Hlaing was using the military controlled police force to arrest people who made jokes about him and the military. After the coup he blocked the Wikipedia website after people kept changing the page about him to make jokes at his expense, including his height.

Protesters glued pictures of Min Aung Hlaing to the street knowing police and soldiers would not run over his face to arrest them, such is their respect for him.

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That's why we've produced Min Aung Hlaing toilet paper! As one activist from Burma told us, "this is a humiliation for Min Aung Hlaing, he will hate it. It's brilliant!"

Burma Campaign UK will receive a percentage of every sale of Min Aung Hlaing toilet paper, to support our campaigns.

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Worldwide delivery available.

Thank you for your support.

Mark Farmaner
Burma Campaign UK
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