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    Post  HUNTER VZLA Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:45 am

    it is frightening what is happening in Burma and the UN does nothing but if it were Venezuela everyone would be talking about the case but since it is not Venezuela does not matter the murder of thousands of people in Burma


    on this page will see all the atrocities committed by the Burmese army and the police



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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:10 am

    The Burmese want their country back. For years, the muslims in Burma, whom are Bangladeshi and not Burmese, were killing and committing acts of terrorism against Buddhists and other groups. So of course the military will retaliate. Look at Muslims track record in nearly every country they are in and or invading? Sweden is now becoming a larger shithole then ever. You know these dipshits were trying to carve out a part of Burma for their own? Wanted to separate. But they are not even ethnically tied to the region. So it would be an open invasion. If they don't want to be part of it, then either join the side of the rest of the nation or go back to Bangladesh (oh wait, even Bangladesh doesn't want them).

    If it was happening in Venezuela and the locals decided enough was enough and started pushing these foreigners out, I wouldn't blame them, especially if said foreigners were causing nothing but shit for the locals and nation as a whole.
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    Post  medo Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:50 am

    miketheterrible wrote:The Burmese want their country back.  For years, the muslims in Burma, whom are Bangladeshi and not Burmese, were killing and committing acts of terrorism against Buddhists and other groups.  So of course the military will retaliate.  Look at Muslims track record in nearly every country they are in and or invading?  Sweden is now becoming a larger shithole then ever.  You know these dipshits were trying to carve out a part of Burma for their own? Wanted to separate.  But they are not even ethnically tied to the region.  So it would be an open invasion.  If they don't want to be part of it, then either join the side of the rest of the nation or go back to Bangladesh (oh wait, even Bangladesh doesn't want them).

    If it was happening in Venezuela and the locals decided enough was enough and started pushing these foreigners out, I wouldn't blame them, especially if said foreigners were causing nothing but shit for the locals and nation as a whole.

    Agree. This is a new caos and war in the making by US on the southern border of China. It is only a matter of time, when we will see ISIL terrorists in Myanmar / Burma, which will CIA deliver from Iraq and Syria, from where they evacuate them.
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    Post  KiloGolf Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:12 am

    Why are there Bangladeshis in Burma in the first place?
    I'm sorry but they don't look local or native. Wagging an insurgency doesn't help either. dunno
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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:37 pm

    KiloGolf wrote:Why are there Bangladeshis in Burma in the first place?
    I'm sorry but they don't look local or native. Wagging an insurgency doesn't help either. dunno

    another byproduct from the time of the Brits.

    They should have left like the Brits did. Actually. British should take them in then as refugees.
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    Post  KiloGolf Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:02 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:
    KiloGolf wrote:Why are there Bangladeshis in Burma in the first place?
    I'm sorry but they don't look local or native. Wagging an insurgency doesn't help either. dunno

    another byproduct from the time of the Brits.

    They should have left like the Brits did. Actually. British should take them in then as refugees.

    You mean Pakistan and E. Pakistan (today's Bangladesh). They are Muslim Bengalis.
    Like most of what AJ & co. and some in the UN call "Palestinians", these "Rohingya" folks are nothing more than a recent Islamic construct. Less than two centuries back both didn't even exist. In both cases their motherlands have disavowed them (like Egypt/Jordan did to the modern-day Palestinians) and the agenda in both cases is to carve a country in somebody else's lands.

    It's basically imperialist expansion and land-grab by playing the victim card (think Kosovo too).
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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:04 pm

    KiloGolf wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:
    KiloGolf wrote:Why are there Bangladeshis in Burma in the first place?
    I'm sorry but they don't look local or native. Wagging an insurgency doesn't help either. dunno

    another byproduct from the time of the Brits.

    They should have left like the Brits did. Actually. British should take them in then as refugees.

    You mean Pakistan and E. Pakistan (today's Bangladesh). They are Muslim Bengalis.
    Like most of what AJ & co. and some in the UN call "Palestinians", these "Rohingya" folks are nothing more than a recent Islamic construct. Less than two centuries back both didn't even exist. In both cases their motherlands have disavowed them (like Egypt/Jordan did to the modern-day Palestinians) and the agenda in both cases is to carve a country in somebody else's lands.

    It's basically imperialist expansion and land-grab by playing the victim card (think Kosovo too).

    it was prior to partition so it was all India technically. But what is resided as the Bangladesh part of it. But yeah, it is like as you said, a Kosovo style these Burmese Muslims are pulling. Sad that so many here don't even know this basic form of history and are easily fooled by the Muslim community elsewhere.

    Like Tarek Fateh put it in an article in the Toronto sun: all the Muslim nations condemning Burma's government over this are committing as bad or worst crimes (Pakistan's Balochistan issue as an example or Bangladesh's crimes against Hindu's and other actual ethnic minorities, etc). All Burma has to do is look at former Hindu nations turned Muslim by same effect: Indonesia. Malaysia, etc. Hell, Singapore got a Muslim woman PM now. Really? Watch Singapore become a Muslim state in a few years or decade. Sweden now has an Islamic party for Christ sakes. I know at least you Greeks have a spine and will protect your orthodoxy faith. The rest of us are all cucks and believe this bullshit. Now Burma is on our crosshairs and this isn't good. All because a bunch of non locals who commit attrocities are getting burned for their bullshit.
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    Post  HUNTER VZLA Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:15 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:The Burmese want their country back.  For years, the muslims in Burma, whom are Bangladeshi and not Burmese, were killing and committing acts of terrorism against Buddhists and other groups.  So of course the military will retaliate.  Look at Muslims track record in nearly every country they are in and or invading?  Sweden is now becoming a larger shithole then ever.  You know these dipshits were trying to carve out a part of Burma for their own? Wanted to separate.  But they are not even ethnically tied to the region.  So it would be an open invasion.  If they don't want to be part of it, then either join the side of the rest of the nation or go back to Bangladesh (oh wait, even Bangladesh doesn't want them).

    If it was happening in Venezuela and the locals decided enough was enough and started pushing these foreigners out, I wouldn't blame them, especially if said foreigners were causing nothing but shit for the locals and nation as a whole.


    you are right in much of what you write and if I have seen what happened in Sweden is terrible, but it was necessary to massacre children? with only to expel them was enough, in Venezuela we have 6 million Colombians that what they have brought are problems of delinquency, drugs, kidnappings etc some time ago we expelled several to be undocumented and for being immersed in crimes of kidnappings and traffic of people but when we did that everybody pointed us out from racist xenophobes to the UN condemn us and that without killing a single Colombian but this is too much to kill children and women just by expelling them from Burma
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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:23 pm

    Woman are also fair game. Equal rights, equal fights. Don't forget, Islam has no problem using woman and children as weapons.  Islamic woman have no problem being "black widows" as have seen in Chechnya, Syria, Bosnia, etc.  I don't condone the murder of children at all in any sense. But, the issue is, these foreigners was and is committing same attrocities first, and usually hide behind their own families to use them as meat shields.  In this case, that is how many innocent die.  These people are probably more animal like than the Columbian drug dealers in Venezuela, and would put up every fight they can against the security forces.

    Maybe going in with a large force to push them out is fine. But that is exactly what they are doing. Incidences will happen even in that. Then there are the bad eggs who will also commit their own atrocities against the civilians.  But that should not hault or stop the process of pushing these people out and into their native homeland of Bangladesh. Or UK can take them since they helped create the mess in the first place.
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    Post  KiloGolf Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:39 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:Woman are also fair game. Equal rights, equal fights. Don't forget, Islam has no problem using woman and children as weapons.  Islamic woman have no problem being "black widows" as have seen in Chechnya, Syria, Bosnia, etc.  I don't condone the murder of children at all in any sense. But, the issue is, these foreigners was and is committing same attrocities first, and usually hide behind their own families to use them as meat shields.  In this case, that is how many innocent die.  These people are probably more animal like than the Columbian drug dealers in Venezuela, and would put up every fight they can against the security forces.

    Maybe going in with a large force to push them out is fine. But that is exactly what they are doing. Incidences will happen even in that. Then there are the bad eggs who will also commit their own atrocities against the civilians.  But that should not hault or stop the process of pushing these people out and into their native homeland of Bangladesh. Or UK can take them since they helped create the mess in the first place.

    The UK didn't create that religion. If anyone needs to take those people in, it's the rich Gulf monarchies.
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    Post  HUNTER VZLA Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:42 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:Woman are also fair game. Equal rights, equal fights. Don't forget, Islam has no problem using woman and children as weapons.  Islamic woman have no problem being "black widows" as have seen in Chechnya, Syria, Bosnia, etc.  I don't condone the murder of children at all in any sense. But, the issue is, these foreigners was and is committing same attrocities first, and usually hide behind their own families to use them as meat shields.  In this case, that is how many innocent die.  These people are probably more animal like than the Columbian drug dealers in Venezuela, and would put up every fight they can against the security forces.

    Maybe going in with a large force to push them out is fine. But that is exactly what they are doing. Incidences will happen even in that. Then there are the bad eggs who will also commit their own atrocities against the civilians.  But that should not hault or stop the process of pushing these people out and into their native homeland of Bangladesh. Or UK can take them since they helped create the mess in the first place.



    you are right with what you say friend I do not criticize Burma for its right to exercise its sovereignty what is critical is how to do that killing children is not right, just expelling them was enough but massacred was necessary? believe me that it is not only drug traffickers who have come to Venezuela have brought their murderous culture of decapitating and breaking people things that did not happen before in my country
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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:49 pm

    KiloGolf wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:Woman are also fair game. Equal rights, equal fights. Don't forget, Islam has no problem using woman and children as weapons.  Islamic woman have no problem being "black widows" as have seen in Chechnya, Syria, Bosnia, etc.  I don't condone the murder of children at all in any sense. But, the issue is, these foreigners was and is committing same attrocities first, and usually hide behind their own families to use them as meat shields.  In this case, that is how many innocent die.  These people are probably more animal like than the Columbian drug dealers in Venezuela, and would put up every fight they can against the security forces.

    Maybe going in with a large force to push them out is fine. But that is exactly what they are doing. Incidences will happen even in that. Then there are the bad eggs who will also commit their own atrocities against the civilians.  But that should not hault or stop the process of pushing these people out and into their native homeland of Bangladesh. Or UK can take them since they helped create the mess in the first place.

    The UK didn't create that religion. If anyone needs to take those people in, it's the rich Gulf monarchies.

    They didn't create that religion, no, you are right. But they (Brits) created all the foundations. Lawrence of Arabia and Saudi Arabia's creation, the Burmese people having to accept these foreigners brought over by the Brits since they were used against the Japanese during World War 2, and the displacement and splitting of India in 1947. A combination all created thanks to the UK's support. I know I know, sins of the father doesn't pass onto the children. But oh well.

    If you tell me that the partition is something Indians wanted, ill scream.
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    Post  KiloGolf Sun Sep 17, 2017 7:45 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:
    KiloGolf wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:Woman are also fair game. Equal rights, equal fights. Don't forget, Islam has no problem using woman and children as weapons.  Islamic woman have no problem being "black widows" as have seen in Chechnya, Syria, Bosnia, etc.  I don't condone the murder of children at all in any sense. But, the issue is, these foreigners was and is committing same attrocities first, and usually hide behind their own families to use them as meat shields.  In this case, that is how many innocent die.  These people are probably more animal like than the Columbian drug dealers in Venezuela, and would put up every fight they can against the security forces.

    Maybe going in with a large force to push them out is fine. But that is exactly what they are doing. Incidences will happen even in that. Then there are the bad eggs who will also commit their own atrocities against the civilians.  But that should not hault or stop the process of pushing these people out and into their native homeland of Bangladesh. Or UK can take them since they helped create the mess in the first place.

    The UK didn't create that religion. If anyone needs to take those people in, it's the rich Gulf monarchies.

    They didn't create that religion, no, you are right. But they (Brits) created all the foundations. Lawrence of Arabia and Saudi Arabia's creation, the Burmese people having to accept these foreigners brought over by the Brits since they were used against the Japanese during World War 2, and the displacement and splitting of India in 1947.  A combination all created thanks to the UK's support. I know I know, sins of the father doesn't pass onto the children. But oh well.

    If you tell me that the partition is something Indians wanted, ill scream.

    The problem for India was that Islam had already caused a partition (social and national). Had they not split, they'd be a war anyway.
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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Sep 17, 2017 7:49 pm

    KiloGolf wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:
    KiloGolf wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:Woman are also fair game. Equal rights, equal fights. Don't forget, Islam has no problem using woman and children as weapons.  Islamic woman have no problem being "black widows" as have seen in Chechnya, Syria, Bosnia, etc.  I don't condone the murder of children at all in any sense. But, the issue is, these foreigners was and is committing same attrocities first, and usually hide behind their own families to use them as meat shields.  In this case, that is how many innocent die.  These people are probably more animal like than the Columbian drug dealers in Venezuela, and would put up every fight they can against the security forces.

    Maybe going in with a large force to push them out is fine. But that is exactly what they are doing. Incidences will happen even in that. Then there are the bad eggs who will also commit their own atrocities against the civilians.  But that should not hault or stop the process of pushing these people out and into their native homeland of Bangladesh. Or UK can take them since they helped create the mess in the first place.

    The UK didn't create that religion. If anyone needs to take those people in, it's the rich Gulf monarchies.

    They didn't create that religion, no, you are right. But they (Brits) created all the foundations. Lawrence of Arabia and Saudi Arabia's creation, the Burmese people having to accept these foreigners brought over by the Brits since they were used against the Japanese during World War 2, and the displacement and splitting of India in 1947.  A combination all created thanks to the UK's support. I know I know, sins of the father doesn't pass onto the children. But oh well.

    If you tell me that the partition is something Indians wanted, ill scream.

    The problem for India was that Islam had already caused a partition (social and national). Had they not split, they'd be a war anyway.

    maybe, or it would have ended up like various regions in India as it is a republic (contrary to what many Indians think).  There would be fighting of course like in Kashmir.  The partition was a method so that the west still had a gateway into the region and that the Soviets wouldn't get nearly full access to it. The rest was simply a show. Ghandi was a British lawyer in South Africa. No way he was some kind of peace man. Just a good bullshitter like most lawyers.

    In the end, these Bangladesh people got into Burma thanks to the Brits. So either of the brits or Bangladesh can have them. They are after all, crying about the whole ordeal. If they want to save them, let them become refugees, like the supposed Syrian refugees (when only 20% or less is actually Syrian. Cause most half intelligent people would know that Syria isn't home to midnight black people).
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    Post  kvs Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:14 pm

    The British have been using ethnic strife as a tool for centuries. They baited aboriginals in the North America against other
    aboriginals in their fight with the French. They used Sri Lankans for the same purpose. Burma is yet another ethnic mess
    left by the self-anointed "civilizers".

    Canada is following in the British tradition as a host for various politicized sub-minorities of various ethnic groups. A
    good example is the Sikh terrorists and the Ukrainian nazis. These "contras" are used as geopolitical tools for regime
    change and neo-colonialism. Another spawn of the British, the USA, pulls the same ethnic strife card as part of its
    geopolitical ambitions.
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    Post  George1 Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:18 am

    Myanmar resembles former Yugoslavia. A multi-ethnic country with various religions also
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    Post  George1 Mon Feb 01, 2021 10:13 am

    Myanmar military launched a coup against Aung San Suu Kyi
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    Post  elconquistador Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:16 am

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    HILARIOUS

    https://elevenmyanmar.com/news/alexander-soros-in-myanmar-a-week-before-xis-visit

    There is also a lot still in the dark but from what I am hearing this is mostly related to domestic affairs.

    Would be interesting to see what China's position is. They had a lot of influence already when Aung San Suu Kyi was in power. They need Myanmar for their projects and to circumnavigate the Street of Malacca

    So far no clear response from the Chinese yet (as opposed to the belligerent/hostile responses from Biden and India and the mellow token OK from Thailand)
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    Post  Backman Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:29 am

    The US threw San Suu Kyi under the bus. Because supporting the Muslim insurgency was more important to them. A Muslim insurgency that they could play the human rights game in the media with.
    On China's periphery.

    Just like the Uigers , the Chechens , Kosovars , Croats and on it goes.

    Saudi money has been flowing to the Rohinga for years too.

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    Post  elconquistador Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:38 am

    No, this coup goes totally against the wishes of the USA and their handlers.

    The incessant screeching on Twitter from blue check mark Twitteratis and US officials is proof of that



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    Also a reminder that Xi mentioned in his Davos speech that the NWO should go ahead and do their thing whilst China would continue expanding (free translation)

    Also on the Muslims: it doesn't matter when it's brown/black people doing the killing. Buddhists probably are higher on the oppression/like ability totempole anyway. Muslims are nothing but a stick to hit
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    Post  Backman Tue Feb 02, 2021 2:20 am

    ^ Thats good to hear. But as my point was , the US helped cause this. The the country was in it for the sanctions relief. They put San Suu Kyi and democracy out there for that. Then the US started treating her like a dictator. So she served no purpose anymore. Serves the US right
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    Post  George1 Wed Feb 03, 2021 4:19 pm

    Burmese military releases 400 people, including National League for Democracy lawmakers

    https://tass.com/world/1252087
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    Post  Backman Wed Feb 03, 2021 6:10 pm

    Days before coup , IMF disbursed 400 million in aid. And they can't get it back

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-myanmar-politics-imf/days-before-coup-imf-sent-myanmar-350-million-in-emergency-aid-it-cannot-get-back-idUSKBN2A303R
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    Post  elconquistador Thu Feb 04, 2021 2:10 am

    Well, well, well

    FYI Dominion machines (+smartmatic software) has been used in countless elections around the globe for the past decade

    Remember that time when Justin Trudeau got reelected against all odds?

    Not saying that there was fraud (can't be proven at this point) but it does smell fishy

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    Post  RTN Thu Feb 04, 2021 9:31 am

    Aung San Suu Kyi's husband (who is supposed to be dead) was a British intel agent.

    Britain maintains several assets in that region who are routinely used to spread chaos in neighboring countries.

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