Nobel laureate meets pseudo muslim journo who plays defense for musulmaniacs trying to subvert, conquer more territory for Islam.
“Yes it is the worst offence now to preserve your own people, culture and values from Islam and sharia. British media and establishment is cashing in on every last penny’s worth of ‘sanctimony uber alles’ before their entire civilization collapses into a black hole of Islamic and state totalitarianism”
‘No-one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim’: Moment Burma democracy heroine Suu Kyi lost her cool with BBC’s Mishal Husain after being quizzed over violence towards Muslim minority
She is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and a beacon of saintly integrity in the West who remained under house arrest for 15 years in her native Burma.
However, there is another side to Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi that sits at odds with her iconic image.
After the BBC Today presenter Mishal Husain gave Suu Kyi a rough ride during a BBC interview, Suu Kyi lost her composure and was heard to mutter angrily off-air: ‘No one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim.’
Heated: Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi and Today presenter Mishal Husain had a heated exchange
Interview: Husain (right) was interviewing Suu Kyi for Radio 4’s Today programme in October 2013 (pictured)