The heinous life as a Rohinga

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My mum was murdered by the military. I can still hear the shot, the cry of pain my mum made when she was dragged away by death themselves, the military. At least she left the miserable horrors of her life. I wake up every morning with fear pumping through my veins. Every morning me and my dad wake up, not able to enjoy life. Every morning we wake up wanting to die. We wait for a chance to escape this life. But i know it will never happen, that our leader that we relied on has denied us. We are scared and alone. My family is dying of disease. We are trying to escape this poverty. I know we will never. But I still have a glimmer of hope and faith, though it is slowly dying.

please help us.

Comments (2)

  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC 08 Oct 2018

    This is a thought-provoking and hard hitting post. You have shown good empathy for those living through a really difficult time. What kinds of things are being done by charitable organisations to help people living in Myanmar?

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  • St-Josephs-Northfleet-logo-250x250.jpg energetic_conversation
    St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Northfleet 09 Oct 2018

    I've noticed how you've asked what things are done to help pople in Myanmar, which means EVERYONE in Myanmar. But I thought it was a fact that it is really only the Rohingyans that need helping. Anyway, the something that has been done to help is that people throughout the world are noticing what is happening in a small country. For example The BNC have been paying attention and a few BBC reporters as far as I've heard. At least people KNOW what's going on. So people like the Military would be making more cautious steps which could be for the good or the bad (hopefully good) of Myanmar.

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