“Inviolable Principles” Of The EUSSR & The Phoney “Rohingya Genocide”

Muslims, Islam & jihad have caused this ‘tragedy’, not Aung San Suu Kyi, not the Buddhists of Burma, not the military or anyone else. Liberating our countries from Mohammedan invaders is the highest duty of every civilized man on earth.

  • David_Martin

    The liberal left and the Muslim world has its knickers in a knot about the alleged illegality of Jews being in Israel as they are “not the indigenous people of Palestine” claiming they are invaders.
    The same libtards and Muslims have their shorts in a knot about the Burmese expelling Rohingya who are not the indigenous people of Burma.

  • Thomas Henderson

    Social justice is an ideology that stresses equality of outcome.
    Mohammedanism is an ideology that stresses equality of outcome.
    Social justice is iconoclastic.
    Mohammedanism is iconoclastic.
    Social justice sees history as a struggle – oppressed against oppressor.
    Mohammedanism sees history as a struggle, jihad- believer against infidel.
    Comrades in arms or alliance of interests? Take your pick.

  • Barrington Minge

    Cannot argue with the sentiment. “Liberating our countries from Mohammedan invaders is the highest duty of every civilized man on earth”

  • Spatchcocked

    I have been aware of the Buddhist struggle against the jihadi Rohingya for well over ten years.

    When a Buddhist gets angry and prescribes a violent pushback rest assured there is a valid genuine reason to listen to him.

    Just more Wahhabi fruit ripening and rotting everything around it.

  • tom_billesley

    Jihadist arrested for burning a Rohingyan village

    According to General Min Aung Hlaing, the Burmese army has arrested a man who had just set fire to seven houses in the Rohingyan village, Mi Chaung Zay (located in the township of Buthidaung).
    This man is no other than Einu, an officer of the Army for the Safety of the Rohingyans in Arakan. He was imploring members of his community to flee the country, making out his case by accusing the army of setting fire to Rohingyan villages.
    The incident took place on 4 October 2017, at around 2h 40 in the morning. The army helped the villagers to put the fire out.
    After the jihadists attacked the police stations and barracks on 25 August, the army and the jihadists have been accusing each other of setting fire to villages.

  • tom_billesley

    The situation in Myanmar

    “Scores of foreign militants — mostly Pakistanis and Bangladeshis — are fighting besides rebels of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) since radical groups across the Islamic world called for ‘a jihad against Burmese colonialism’ in the Arakans (Rakhine).
    “Indian intelligence officials say they have intercepted communication between some of the Pakistani militants fighting for ARSA when they called their principals and relatives in Pakistan.