Yes, of course. Guilty as charged. Anything less than fully siding with the invading Moslems is a “crime against humanity” because only Moslems are ‘human’ and resisting the spread of Islam is a crime. Get with it, Moonbats, and start condemning the Nobel Prize winner.
Rohingya men kneel as members of Myanmar’s security forces stand guard in Inn Din village in September 2017 [Reuters]
Yangon, Myanmar – Before becoming Myanmar‘s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi spent 15 years under house arrest for defying the country’s feared generals. Now, the Nobel peace laureate faces an attempt to have her imprisoned for supporting them.
A lawsuit filed in Argentina on Wednesday alleges the former human rights icon contributed to a genocidal campaign against the Rohingya minority that included military-led mass killings in August 2017.
Among other things, she oversaw government policies “tending towards the annihilation of the Rohingya”, such as confining them to “ghettos” with severely limited access to healthcare and education, the lawsuit said.
Nothing but submission will do. The infidels are entirely on this earth to serve the Mohammedans. Right?
‘Well funded’ conspiracy
Myo Nyunt, a spokesman for Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy, suggested this and other lawsuits were part of a “well-organised and well-funded” international conspiracy to establish an autonomous region for the Rohingya within Myanmar.
That’s the truth. And this is a lie:
The wheels of international justice have turned slowly when it comes to abuses against the Rohingya, but this week, they finally creaked into action.
The Gambia filed on behalf of the 57-nation Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
That’s why it’s a ‘well funded’ conspiracy’.
So the Arabs are using Gambia, an African Moslem nation where 99.9% of citizens couldn’t find Burma on a map, to sue the Buddhists of Burma for resisting Islam.
The ICC’s decision came after Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de-facto civilian leader, was named in an Argentine lawsuit over crimes against the Rohingya and Myanmar faced a separate genocide lawsuit at the United Nations‘s top court.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled Myanmar in the wake of a brutal military crackdown in August 2017.
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE “ROHINGYA CRISIS”
Why on earth has the Myanmar army led by Nobel peace prize hero, Aung San Suu Kyi, suddenly begun picking on this innocent folk called the Rohingya, who have just been going about their business all these decades?
Perhaps it’s because they haven’t merely been going about their business.
The answer lies in the demystified history of the Rohingya. Since the 1940s (even before Saudi oil money, al-Qaeda training, etc), many Rohingya Muslims tried to wage “jihad” against Myanmar (burning Rakhine villages and massacring Buddhists for decades) and upon realising that they’d lost their bid for an Islamic nation, they have been, since the 1990s, trying to gain citizenship.