Is Religious Self-Defense ‘Hate’?

The conflict between the Buddhist majority in Myanmar (Burma) and the Muslim ethnic minority known as the Rohingya is intensifying, and the Buddhists are winning, forcing the Muslims across the border into Bangladesh or into boats bound for Malaysia, both Islamic lands. Naturally, the western media takes a very dim view of this…

Myanmar is protecting itself from a Muslim insurgency. Western nations will be forced to do the same unless steps are taken now. We can hope our political “leaders” recognize that where there is Islam there is no peace. If not we’ll simply have to get new leaders.

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  • BillyHW

    Expulsion yesterday, expulsion now, expulsion tomorrow.

    The Islamonazis have got to go.

  • Literally Hitler
  • Liberal Progressive

    I don’t know why Myanmar is resisting this.

    A few decades ago Afghanistan was also mostly Buddhist and look how peaceful that country has become since Islam replaced Buddhism!

    • They’re just h8trs!

      • Will Quest

        The devil remains in the ‘divine’ details .
        ISIS is far from being the only fanatical, sectarian dogma to crawl out of a certain supremacist swamp . Al-Shayṭān’s disciples are, if anything, righteously sanctimonious, and this feral orthodoxy has sustained a puritanical submission from the 7th century to the present.
        IS {Islamic-State} is far from being the first or only incarnation of wild-eyed islamism … Ultra-conservative, uber-orthodox Islamic revivalists are a dime a baker’s dozen in Islamic traditions, throughout the centuries, the Islamic holy-jihad was a legacy of forced conversions , imperialism and slavery. Even in this the 21st century, militant political Islam continues to gain traction in the world’s failed Islamic states, spreading with calamitous results . The Taliban, the Muslim Brotherhood , Al-Queda, Boko Haram, al-Shabab, Wahhabis of Saudi Arabia , Pakistan’s Jamaat e-Islami ,the mujahideen { holy warriors} of Kashmir, India, Thailand, Philippines , Myanmar, ISIS in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Europe , Gaza’s Hamas, Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Syria’s rebel fighters, Bangladeshi Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, ISIS and its sycophants in the West , the sabre rattling of Islamic supremacists in Myanmar,Uyghur’s in China
        …. This list is illustrative & far from exhaustive …….. From Afghanistan to Zanzibar violent holy-jihad is on the march. Islamists viciously vying to be recognized as the genuine Islam . The divinely inspired arbiter of who is or isn’t a true Muslim , what’s the authentic sharia and what is the authoritative holy-jihad that will implement the sharia worldwide . The narratives of ideological supremacy weaves tales, a thousand and one tales , of totalitarian submission , the ideology ruled by a bloody-iron-fist.
        Pluralism dies in Islamic states , failed islamic states are just a few blood-curdling Allahu-Akbars away from mass internecine, sectarian carnage.
        IS is no mere collection of ideological psychopaths, they are extremely pious and read the koran in a literal and passionate manner. These religious zealots remain insatiable in their genocide against non-Muslims & Muslims seen as not Muslim enough , or to establish more enclaves governed by sharia . IS and it’s various mutations through the centuries , follow a distinct uber-fundamentalist flavour of Islam…….

  • Tooth&Claw

    I’m rooting for the Buddhists.

  • Alain

    Myanmar is defending itself from Muslim invasion and power to them. It is one of the rare countries willing to defend itself against Muslim invasions.

  • Lightstream

    I’m just hoping Trudeau doesn’t welcome them with open arms.

  • WalterBannon

    the Buddhists are on the right path

    they deserve our full support

  • Dave

    Go Buddhists!

  • joan flaherty

    When Buddhists, true believers in REAL peace, get upset, you know something is wrong. Think I’d rather be living near a Buddhist temple, than a mosque.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Western leaders (except Trump) are too stupid to do the right thing. I’m on the side of Burma.

  • Nermal

    Let’s watch how Myanmar does this, so we’ll know how to do it when our politicians finally wake up.