The Kofi Annan Report

The Kofi Annan Report was published August 25, 2017, on demand of the Myanmar government, by a commission headed by former Secretary-General of United Nations Mr. Kofi Annan (1938-2018). One of the international members of this commission was senior Dutch diplomat Ms. Laetitia van den Assum.

The very same day of the publishment of the report, the so called Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, ARSA, attacked about thirty police stations in Rakhine State and killed about 20 security people.

One of the lessons of history is that many wars have been started by a provocation - as a means of ill-willing people to influence the course of events: the German attack in Poland (1939), de Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour (1941), the Tonkin-incident in Vietnam (1964) en the start of the Iraq War (2003) are recent examples of that. The ARSA terrorists, well trained in Saudi-Arabia, know this history. Furthermore it is a daily reality (see Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen and all suicide bombings) that muslim terrorists do not hesitate to kill fellow muslims to reach a supposed higher goal.