I hate suzi, a self-described “freakishly beautiful” woman from Panama.
The 27-year-old, who is not related to Suzie, recently posted a photo of herself with a white t-shirt emblazoned with a swastika and a message: “You are so stupid.”
Suzie is also the founder of a group called “The People Against Suzie” that has been threatening to “blow up” the Panama Canal, which has been shut since last year.
I hate Suzie and the rest of the People Against suzie.
I want to see this country destroyed.
I want to watch the Canal explode, Suzie said.
I think it’s going to be an awesome idea.
She also said she wanted to send her fellow countrymen to fight for her cause: “They have to fight to get this Canal closed.
And if they don’t, I’ll be the first one to blow it up.
They are going to need me, they are going the way of the Nazi, and they’re going to pay dearly.”
The Panama Canal was closed in January to protest a proposed plan to build a $50 billion canal that would have brought thousands of jobs to the country.
Since then, the country has been in a state of turmoil, with protests against the Panama canal and the proposed canal in the capital city, Port-au-Prince, going on daily.
The protesters are also demanding that the Panama government pay for their efforts to shut down the canal.
The protests have led to some violent confrontations between protesters and police, as well as at least one fatality, according to the Associated Press.
But despite the violence, Suzi said she doesn’t blame the protesters for the ongoing protests.
She said she was just “acting out the frustrations of the people.”
Suzi, who identifies as queer, said she came out to her family a year ago.
“I just thought it was a good thing to do,” she said.
She described herself as an “outcast,” and said she did not seek any special treatment or protection from the government.
She is still a closeted bisexual.
She wears a hijab, a head covering that covers most of her head, and wears it around her neck and on her hands.
She has also been outspoken against the government’s plan to close the canal, and has been critical of the Panama Supreme Court for ruling in favor of the protests.
Suzie also said that she has been receiving death threats.
“If you want to kill me, kill me,” she told the AP.
I am scared to death.”
Suzerian is not the only one with a history of hate speech against Suzie.
The day after Suzie posted her photo on Instagram, someone sent her a photo showing a group of people holding a large sign reading “Fuck the police,” according to Suzeran.
She replied to the photo with, “Not sure why we would be so interested in the police.”
The image quickly went viral, prompting Suzerans family and friends to send the message: We want the police to get out of Panama!
Suzerani said that it was an intentional act to draw attention to the protest against the canal that had been happening in the city of Port-Au-Prince.
She explained that the photo was meant to be a “warning,” as well, to the protesters.
“This is how they can start to intimidate us,” she explained.
“They are already saying they are trying to kill us.
We are going against their orders, so we have to get them to stop.”