Even if you don't care about the Rohingya, please watch this film. It is the most powerful documentary that I have ever seen, by far. It's astonishing that it was shown on nightly television in the U.S. Ordinary viewers must have been in shock.

To all the Burman Tatmadaw and Police rapist murderers, to Aung San Suu Kyi, and to all the ordinary Burmans, and others, who support them: Congratulations, you have outdone yourself. Burma - Myanmar - will now indelibly be marked down in history. Your country is the crime scene of possibly the most extreme mass savagery ever. That's something to be proud of!

Sure, Mao and Stalin killed the most, but that was by starvation. The Nazis directly murdered the most, but it was clinical, almost passionless, in keeping with the Germanic character. Even Mengele, when he did vivisection of living prisoners, it wasn't about sadistic enjoyment of the pain. With the Rwandan Hutus - the goal was simply to slaughter the Tutsis: a straightforward extermination. Same with the Khmer Rouge, although the widespread condemnation of parents by their brainwashed children was a delightfully perverse touch. The Japanese, OK, there's a model - your actual model in fact. Tying Chinese people to poles and then using them for bayonet practice, now that's barbarism. But you! The Burmans! Mass killings of babies, hacked to pieces or burned alive! Mass rapes of underage girls followed by execution head shots or locking them in burning buildings. That is, of course, if they were not literally gang-raped to death. Who would have thought that the penis could be used as an actual weapon? Good God, I'm surprised you didn't eat them. Why did you forget cannibalism? It is about the only sadistic atrocity that you didn't commit.

100 years from now, 1,000 years from now, the world will remember Myanmar for what you have done.