Myanmar denies ethnic cleansing of Muslim minority

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Aung San Suu Kyi denies ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

President Aung San Suu Kyi, a winner of the discredited Nobel 'Peace' Prize, has denied the ethnic cleansing of Myanmar's Muslim minority. Troops and gangs from the majority Buddhist population have been engaged in house demolitions on an Israeli scale in an effort to drive the Rohinga population into Bangladesh.

The UN is investigating the atrocities and the the Myanmar government has appointed its own commission under former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, to look into the abuses.
 


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She's a fvcking liar.
 

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Another opportunity for devotees of the world's main lunar cult to play the victim. Which implies an opportunity for Trots to feel empathy, whilst disregarding deep problems like control obsession, abuse of children, a dysfunctional "honour" concept, & control of women.

Any references to the murdering, raping and stealing of the cult's founder are to be deemed offensive, to the esteem of religious experts who need the members to stay obedient.

The fact is that one can leave buddhism without buddhist monks instructing one's relatives to murder the ex-Buddhist.

But if one leaves the cult of submission, then the "holy" book leaves instructions to murder the apostate.
 
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Another opportunity for devotees of the world's main lunar cult to play the victim. Which implies an opportunity for Trots to feel empathy, whilst disregarding deep problems like control obsession, abuse of children, a dysfunctional "honour" concept, & control of women.

Any references to the murdering, raping and stealing of the cult's founder are to be deemed offensive, to the esteem of religious experts who need the members to stay obedient.

The fact is that one can leave buddhism without buddhist monks instructing one's relatives to murder the ex-Buddhist.

But if one leaves the cult of submission, then the "holy" book leaves instructions to murder the apostate.
I think you'll find adherents of Christianity murder more people than other religions.
 

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I think you'll find adherents of Christianity murder more people than other religions.
I don't think his rant was expressing any kind of interest in such issues.

It was nothing to do with the OP either. Perhaps he's happy to turn his gaze from ethnic cleansing if he despises the people being ethnically cleansed. It would make you wonder what kind of values he imagines that he represents though.
 

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First page in, & somebody is motivated to defend the lunar cult with a guilt trip.


I think you'll find adherents of Christianity murder more people than other religions.

The founders of Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism did not
- murder another human being
- advocate murdering other human beings
- advocate enslaving non-believers
- rape women
- marry pre-pubescent girls
- marry his daughter in law after he had her husband killed
- advocate murdering those who escaped the cult.

That is a big matter of difference.

It can not be ignored - except by the most ignorant.
 

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Deflection attempt. First page & somebody tries a guilt trip.

The founders of Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism did not
- murder another human being
- advocate murdering other human beings
- advocate enslaving non-believers
- rape women
- marry pre-pubescent girls
- marry his daughter in law after he had her husband killed.
Ranting again.

What's any of that got to do with Aung San Suu Kyi denying that there's ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar?

And you have the gall to talk about deflection.
 

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I don't think his rant was expressing any kind of interest in such issues.

It was nothing to do with the OP either. Perhaps he's happy to turn his gaze from ethnic cleansing if he despises the people being ethnically cleansed. It would make you wonder what kind of values he imagines that he represents though.
"Islam is NOT a race" Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

But you know that. You still bullsh1t anyway. You bring in terms like "ethnic cleansing" anyway.

There is a sectarian divide in Myanmar. One side has a holy book that is clearly immoral and wrong. The other does advocate an inner journey of trying to find calm and beauty in the world.

The op is dishonest. It even includes a barb at the Jewish state.

And then you get patronizing and sly. Why is it that when veneer liberals get unmasked they get vindictive ?
 
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"Islam is NOT a race" Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

But you know that. You still bullsh1t anyway. You bring in terms like "ethnic cleansing" anyway.

And then you get patronizing and sly. Why is it that when veneer liberals get unmasked they get vindictive ?
I'm not one bit sly.

You're a bigoted half-wit who cannot engage with a topic. Care to guess where the words 'ethnic cleansing' are to be found?

Is that direct enough for you?
 

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Those who define people primarily by their religions always end up defending the indefensible.

The Rohinga people are predominantly Muslim. Their right to live in peace, free from murder gangs, is a human right and is not dependent on their religion.

Anyone with a shred of integrity or humanity would stand by people of any creed or none who are under attack, just for existing.
 

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She's right to say this. Although the security services have been provoked by the terrorist Rohingyas into committing some terrible crimes, it is absolutely hysterical to call it ethnic cleansin and the conflict is far from being one sided.

Myanmar army says 86 killed in fighting in northwest | Reuters
So driving tens of thousands from ther homes, and killing men, women and children and raping women in the process, constitutes what, exactly, in your book?

How do you define ethnic cleansing?
 

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I'm not one bit sly.

You're a bigoted half-wit who cannot engage with a topic. Care to guess where the words 'ethnic cleansing' are to be found?

Is that direct enough for you?
Wow. You are presented with evidence of what directs a cult.

And your response is to verbally attack me for stating this.

You are the bigotted half wit.

You chose to use the term ethnic cleansing twice.

You still have no admitted that Islam is not a race.
 

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Wow. You are presented with evidence of what directs a cult.

And your response is to verbally attack me for stating this.

You are the bigotted half wit.

You chose to use the term ethnic cleansing twice.

You still have no admitted that Islam is not a race.
Same old drivel.

Who are the Rohinga? What are they internationally recognised as?

What two words appear in the newspaper article that accompanies the OP which may have significance?

In your haste to post your rant you haven't even read the article, have you? Otherwise you'd be well aware of why the term ethnic cleansing is being used with regard to current events in Rakhine State.
 

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So driving tens of thousands from ther homes, and killing men, women and children and raping women in the process, constitutes what, exactly, in your book?

How do you define ethnic cleansing?
As I've said the security forces have been slightly excessive in dealing with this terror campaign, but it's not fair to call it state directed ethnic cleansing.

The Rohingyas aren't exactly innocent either. Not only have they been targeting civilians and the police recently but they massacred roughly 20,000 of their "fellow country people" back in the 1940s in an effort to create their own Muslim state.
 

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Same old drivel.

Who are the Rohinga? What are they internationally recognised as?

What two words appear in the newspaper article that accompanies the OP which may have significance?

In your haste to post your rant you haven't even read the article, have you? Otherwise you'd be well aware of why the term ethnic cleansing is being used with regard to current events in Rakhine State.
Again you are bullsh1tting.

Newspaper article ? The op link is to RTE.

And even the link referenced a long running sectarian problem in the northwest of Myanmar/Burma.
 

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As I've said the security forces have been slightly excessive...
You're vocabulary seems to cloak a lot of horror and terror under the words 'slightly excessive'.

Killing children, raping women? That's 'slightly excessive' is it?
 

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First page in, & somebody is motivated to defend the lunar cult with a guilt trip.





The founders of Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism did not
- murder another human being
- advocate murdering other human beings
- advocate enslaving non-believers
- rape women
- marry pre-pubescent girls
- marry his daughter in law after he had her husband killed
- advocate murdering those who escaped the cult.

That is a big matter of difference.

It can not be ignored - except by the most ignorant.
All religions are the same - a crutch for the feeble minded. As for the amount of murders carried out by affiliates of Christianity. See below:

U.S. Bombed Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia in 2016 - NBC News
 


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