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Buddhists and Hindus flee Myanmar attacks

Discussion in 'South Asia & SAARC' started by InfoWarrior, Sep 6, 2017.

  1. InfoWarrior

    InfoWarrior BANNED BANNED

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    So how much might be their fee ? How about we bribe them with higher amount to drop the case ? surely BJP can manage with corporate help.

    After they drop their case, we expose them as bribe takers using sting camera...

    If they are after money as you say. they will be easier to trap and expose... So deporting Rohingya is only a matter of bribing few greedy lawyers..
     
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    accepted as equal... but different... you don't have to be identical to be equal

    Just like Harijans want to be accepted as equal by Upper caste Hindus... we cry about 1000 year rule, but what about 6000 year slavery of Harijans... ?
     
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    Hinduism by concept creates divisions in society. BJP has to fear monger to come into power. Hindu youth been made coward (muslim population) and low self-esteemed (Love jihad) ....

    So afraid of competition that caste system was invented... racism and apartheid was invented by whites due to fear of competition. The whites who moved to warmer places like Australia, South Africa, Southern USA etc were the trash of whites... these trash whites knew they can't compete with blacks, so they invented racism to keep the blacks down...
     
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    vstol jockey Colonel MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    there never was slavery of harijans. Pls do not get carried away by the propaganda. Till about 12th century, India had Varna system and not rigid caste system. The caste system came into existence thru islamic invasions.
     
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    They charge in crores for each case.
     
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    Vyom Captain GEO STRATEGIC ANALYST

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    Social division will exist in ALL societies, the Any Society will form new set of divisions over time if the existing ones are abolished. West was always racist and bigoted it still is it still thinks its concepts of society are superior an d the right way while it refuses to acknowledge that different society function in different manner and that certain social and religious order are inherently more violent than others.

    BJP hasn't come by fear mongering, it has come to power by strength mongering, it has made the Hindus realize their collective potential, above social divisions. that is how it is going and that is why the leftist dying In India,because it became a party of elites, not of the masses.
     
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    Accepted??!! For what??? Who the hell are they for you wanting their acceptance?? Get over this slave mind and stand to learn on your own feet.
     
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    Harijan and ***** are both propaganda terms invented by the British, stop propagating it around.
    You should start learning from authentic sources.
    And authentic doesn't mean literature with an official stamp on it, it means literaature or historical document from authentic sources like traditional history keeping caste of Bharat, etc.
     
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    It will be cheaper to pay them off, than risk terrorism...
     
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    Good so caste system is equal to terrorism. Reservation is necessary to destroy this system which came into existence due to Islamic invasions. Caste system is as bad say Aurangazeb road.
     
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    So the debate is not about caste system, which was misused by fanatic Brahmins and later on misrepresented by the so called Moderate kids of Britishers to divide the Sanatan Dharm people.

    Lets just keep the discussion to Myanmar and Rakhine state.
     
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    The Rohingya Crisis: Reality, Rumors and Ramifications

    The world, and especially the Ummah, is incensed at what is being portrayed as genocide against Muslims in Myanmar, but the reality of what's happening there is a lot more complex than the simplistic rumors lead one to believe, and the geopolitical ramifications of this crisis could become very far-reaching.

    Right off the bat, killing innocent people is wrong, and everyone is justified for feeling outraged when they believe this is happening, as it plainly is in some cases in Myanmar's coastal Rakhine State. The question, though, comes down to identifying who's doing the killing and why, and whether the victims were intentionally targeted or "collateral damage," be it from a military "anti-terrorist" operation or a "rebel" one against the government. It's also important to ponder what the geopolitical ramifications of all of this could be in terms of the larger dynamics at play in the New Cold War.

    Rakhine Review
    To oversimplify the situation for brevity's sake, the Rohingya are Muslims who live in the northern part of Rakhine State and claim to be native to the region, though the Myanmarese government says that they're just Bengali migrantsand their descendants who began moving into the area after the late-19th-century imposition of British colonial rule. The other main demographic group in this territory is the Rakhine people, who are Buddhists that inherited the legacy of the long-standing Kingdom of Mrauk U.



    The immediate post-independence period in Myanmar, called Burma until 1989, saw the many ethno-religious minorities of the country's resource-rich periphery rebel against the central authorities in favor of federalization or, as the Rohingyas wanted, unification with the neighboring state that they more closely identified with (East Pakistan, but Bangladesh since 1971), thereby setting off the world's longest-running and still-unresolved civil war.

    Pertaining to Rakhine State, this conflict has ebbed and flowed throughout the decades, most recently climaxing in 2012, 2015 and just recently this summer, with the latest three escalations seeing reprisal violence by some of the hyper-nationalist Buddhist majority against the minority Muslim population. In response, the more impoverished Rohingya, who don't have citizenship rights because most of them don't qualify for such under the country's pertinent laws, had little to leave behind in Rakhine State and would flee en mass to Bangladesh for safety.

    It's worthwhile here to point out that the Myanmarese military, known as the Tatmadaw, claims that its operations in their locales are triggered by the deadly attacks that Rohingya rebels — seen as terrorists by Naypyidaw and accused of having links to al-Qaeda and other such notorious groups — carried out against them and Buddhist villagers. The fog of war is such that civilians are obviously getting killed as a result, but it's unclear whether this constitutes genocide, or who's actually behind it all.

    A "South Asian Kosovo"

    It's impossible to tell at this moment exactly what's going on in Rakhine State and part of the reason is because of the heavy information war against Myanmar right now and Naypyidaw's refusal to let independent journalists into the region out of what it says are security concerns, but the general dynamics at play right now are oddly reminiscent of the run-up to NATO's 1999 War on Yugoslavia in carving the West's protectorate of Kosovo out of what is now Serbia.

    Back then, the world suddenly became aware of a newly popularized sub-identity of Muslims called "Kosovars," just as they're now becoming quickly acquainted with the "Rohingyas," and they too claimed that their rights were being violated and that this therefore justified them committing acts of violence against the state and sometimes even civilians.

    https://sputniknews.com/columnists/201709051057114181-myanmar-after-rohingya-violence/
     
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    One of them was Gauri Lanke who was opposed to Rohingya population deportation
     

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