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a human smuggling operation in reverse dozens of desperate rocking the boat people are paying traffickers to take them back to myanmar and establish smuggling route had been taking the muslim minority refugees first to thailand and then on to malaysia where they hoped to start a new life , but with bangkok cracking down on the trade in people both loaded with the hungry and sick refugees have been stranded for months at sea with nowhere to go and monsoon season approaching some captains are now cutting their losses and accepting cash up to three hundred dollars per head to bring them back to the squalid camps in myanmar where hundreds of thousands of them live in apartheid light conditions , rocking the community leaders fear had helped to gather money to pay off the traffickers but thousands more of the stateless refugees are still adrift at sea thailand indonesia and malaysia have pushed away many boats that approach their shores despite appeals from the united nations to take them in