Excavators journey to Myanmar to find...

Excavators journey to Myanmar to find WWII Spitfires

There are 1 comment on the The China Post story from Jan 5, 2013, titled Excavators journey to Myanmar to find WWII Spitfires. In it, The China Post reports that:

An airplane-obsessed farmer, a freelance archaeologist and a team of excavators are heading to the Myanmar city of Yangon on Saturday to find a nearly forgotten stash of British fighter planes thought to be carefully buried beneath the former capital's airfield.

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Anti-colonists

London, UK

#1 Jan 6, 2013
In view of the goodwill shown by the Burmese government towards England despite the historical wrong doings by the latter, no more initiatives by English establishment must be taken to prolong the evil legacies of colonialism:namely, divisiveness between the majority Bamars and their ethnic brethrens, colonisation by illegal muslim immigrants into Yakhine counties from Bangladesh.
All problems Burma are deeply rooted in colonial divide-and-rule.
Fact!
Stuff traitor Zin Linn!

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