Rohingya refugees – mass grave

When will we stop treating each other worse than our own nightmares could imagine, all in the name of an invisible authority that stop being funny a long time ago.

Rescue workers retrieve human remains from graves near the hillside site where shallow graves containing 26 bodies were found on May 1, close to the town of Padang Besar in the southern Thai province of Songkhla on May 13, 2015. A manhunt intensified on May 13  for the alleged kingpin of a Thai people smuggling network, police said, as detectives probe whether a private island near the Malaysia sea border was a key link in a trafficking chain spanning several countries. AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)
Rescue workers retrieve human remains from graves near the hillside site where shallow graves containing 26 bodies were found on May 1, close to the town of Padang Besar in the southern Thai province of Songkhla on May 13, 2015. A manhunt intensified on May 13 for the alleged kingpin of a Thai people smuggling network, police said, as detectives probe whether a private island near the Malaysia sea border was a key link in a trafficking chain spanning several countries. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

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