Campaign against Buddhists: “Buddhist militancy triggers international concern”… UN wants Buddhist Burma to accept 1.3 million illegal Muslim immigrants

Granting 1,3 million Muslims citizenship in any country is equivalent to unleashing a weapon of mass-destruction. Just look at Sweden and many other European countries; how Muslims destroy the welfare system; crack the democracy via demography and change the whole atmosphere in the country through exploding crime rates, challenging the very rule of law through installing more or less official sharia zones, terror threats and cultural segregation (ghettos). This move by the UN is genocidal, and one would not be surprised if the OIC (the organisation of the world’s 56 Muslim countries) is behind such policies.

From Bangkok Post:

The United Nations (UN) General Assembly has approved a resolution urging Myanmar to provide “full citizenship” to its Rohingya Muslim minority and to allow them to move freely throughout the country.

Denied citizenship by national law, the 1.3 million Rohingyas are effectively stateless and have almost no rights. Myanmar authorities want to officially categorise them as “Bengalis,” implying they are illegal migrants from neighbouring Bangladesh.

And Robert Spencer’ has the following comment to the below piece – “Buddhist militancy triggers international concern” – from Financial Times: “When did you ever see in the Financial Times, or anywhere else in the mainstream media, an article entitled, “Muslim militancy triggers international concern” — unless it was devoted to downplaying that concern or denying that there was anything rightly called “Muslim militancy” at all? When did you ever see in the Financial Times, or in any other mainstream media outlet, a victim of Islamic jihad being quoted saying: “If I could meet those responsible, I would ask: ‘Sir, does your prophet Muhammad teach this?’” When did you ever see in the Financial Times, or anywhere else, an exploration of whether Buddha or Muhammad actually did teach or incite violence?

No violence against any innocent people, Muslim or non-Muslim, is ever justified. This ridiculous piece makes no mention, however, of the fact that all the conflict — in Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Thailand — between Buddhists and Muslims was caused by Muslims attacking Buddhists. The Buddhists responded, and this is what they get. James Crabtree and Michael Peel would apparently have preferred that they surrender quietly to the jihad, and submit to being massacred or enslaved.”

From Financial Times:

Buddhist militancy triggers international concern

Shahabadeen Sahira had a traumatic first-hand view of a new wave of militant Buddhist nationalist groups, whose rise across parts of Asia has triggered growing international alarm.

Wearing a black headscarf, the elderly Muslim former schoolteacher recalls her ordeal in June, when a gang burst into her home near the southern Sri Lankan coastal town of Aluthgama, during the worst religiously inspired violence to hit the tropical island nation in three decades.

“They came and took everything I had,” she recalls of the men from the country’s largely Buddhist Sinhalese majority, who burned dozens of homes in two days of clashes with Muslims. Three people were killed. “My house was ruined. All my money, all my jewellery, was gone,” she says. “If I could meet those responsible, I would ask: ‘Sir, does your Lord Buddha teach this?’”

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5 Comments

  1. Gee, that’s what always comes to mind when I’m considering terror incidents throughout the world – Buddhist militants.

  2. The Shambala myth of Buddism actually details an eschatological fight against another race or group, which is easily identifiable as Islam. Buddism is not just all touchy feely as taught in the West – it is also an organised structure to resist conquerors, for obvious historical reasons.

  3. I think we should set them adrift wipe them out totally put down the dog called islam and all muzrats that will not convert to a non pedophile murdering cult.

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