Nov 1, 2009 4:04 AM

HipHops have become political prisoners!

Last night I saw a report about HipHop in Myanmar. HipHops are haunted (by the
government and the police) and judged for being part of an "oppositional organization". The Acid Crew was rapping about self-determination, asked the listener to think by his/ her own and to question the government and the society. Therefore most of them were senteced to 7 years in prison. Now even HipHops have become polictical prisoners!

For my German peeps, you can read it here:

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