The Truth About The “Rohingya Crisis”

Why on earth has the Myanmar army led by Nobel peace prize hero, Aung San Suu Kyi, suddenly begun picking on this innocent folk called the Rohingya, who have just been going about their business all these decades?

Perhaps it’s because they haven’t merely been going about their business.

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  • BillyHW

    The only thing I need to know about the “rohingya” is that they are muslims. That makes them the bad guys.

    • Liberal Progressive

      The problem is those well-known racist Buddhists won’t let those poor Muslims practice their religion just as their Prophet did 14 centuries ago.

      They need to practice tolerance just like we do in the West.

      If necessary we need to bring in the UN army and force democratic values on them.

      • Observer

        14 centuries of raping, pillaging and murdering.

    • Exile1981

      Interestingly there is different Muslim group in the same part of Myanmar. That other group are citizens and have worked well with the budhists for centuries, theyeven support driving out the rohinga group.

    • Hktony

      Yes quite right and they should be deported. End of.

  • Alain

    Why? Because they are hostile alien invaders of the country with the first ones allowed in by the British, but they never assimilated nor accepted the culture, religion and tradions of their host country. Furthermore since the start many more have infiltrated the country from Bangladesh. Past time to send them all home. Still they have been treated and are still treated better than Buddhists in any Muslim country. One could add members of any other non Islamic religion when it comes to how they are treated in any Muslim country.

  • Tooth&Claw

    No sympathy. Go back to Bangladesh or convert to Buddhism.
    If you think that’s unfair, that’s better than convert to Islam or die that the followers of Mo offer to those they terrorize.

  • ontario john

    The government has announced that little Justin will be talking about the muslims in Burma at the UN. Yes forget about the rape, murder, and persecution of Christians in muslim countries. Our little prime minister is going to lecture the UN on the plight of muslims. Maybe he is going to announce that they are all coming to Canada.

  • Maggat

    “Rohingya, who have just been going about their business all these decades?”
    This is their business, but now the victims are fighting back and I wish them good hunting.

    • The problem is that innocents do get hurt and killed. I don’t suppose the Burmese army are saints, and I don’t doubt there’s real human suffering being inflicted on those who’ve done nothing to deserve it. But I suppose the Burmese have looked around them and decided they simply can’t support an aggressive Muslim minority (and there’s rarely any other kind). Surely the Rohingya should be taken into Bangladesh.

  • pettifog

    I wish we in the west dealt with the Islamic problem with the same resolve and determination as the Burmese seem to be doing. In fact, when Europe is (even more) overrun by Islam, those who still remember history will wonder why we didn’t follow the Burmese example.

    • Hktony

      Bo one will remember history because it will be rewritten
      Whites bad
      The muzz saved us

      • Oracle9

        I think about what history will say but then I always come us with that identical thought. Unless Westerners wake and defend their culture, that is.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Aung San Suu Kyi has never been more than a myth, a totem. A woman who was the scion of a man who founded “Modern Burma” she’s the Chelsea Clinton of SE Asia who’s too dull to ever say much of anything about anything. Her sole claim to fame is that the military junta placed her in long term house arrest BECAUSE she was a totem. Now she’s the defacto head of the nation she no qualifications to run.