Obama Lackey John Kerry Demands Burmese Legalise Muselmanic Invasion


Such a people don’t exist. They are invented, like the “Palestinians”.

Arakan Struggle 6-723012US’s Kerry presses Myanmar leaders on human rights, reforms to settle the phoney “Rohingya”, an invented people who are nothing but Bengal invaders determined to make Burma Islamic.

Genocide in Iraq, mass-murder in Nigeria, jihad in Syria, Libya on fire and this braindead kaputnik tries to force Mohammedanism on the Burmese Buddhists, how good is that?

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry gestures at the end of a speech addressed to ASEAN foreign ministers during the ASEAN-U.S. Ministerial Meeting at Myanmar International Convention Centre (MICC) in Naypyitaw(Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday pressed Myanmar’s political leaders on Washington’s human rights concerns and urged its President Thein Sein to step up constitutional reforms to ensure elections next year are fully credible.

Kerry, in Myanmar’s capital for the ASEAN Regional Forum, met Thein Sein and discussed plans for elections in 2015, concerns over the treatment of the minority Muslim Rohingya, as well as the jailing of journalists, a senior State Department official said.

He also discussed these issues with Shwe Mann, the speaker of parliament and leader of the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP).

While officials acknowledged there had been significant change in Myanmar during its political transition since 2011 from military rule, they also said there had been “some resistance and some slowdown” in tackling more difficult issues such as press freedom and constitutional reforms.

Kerry will meet with Myanmar opposition leader and international icon Aung San Suu Kyi in Yangon on Sunday.

She has campaigned for a change to the constitution that bars her from the presidency and gives substantial political power to unelected military members of parliament.

The United States has promised to ease sanctions further if there are more reforms, including the withdrawal of the military from politics.

But U.S. officials said the lifting of remaining sanctions was unlikely until the process of reform and respect for human rights advances.

“Right now the focus is entirely on bearing down on these more fundamental challenges that they are now coming face to face with,” the senior official said.


Kerry got into “quite a few details” about the situation in Rakhine state and the minority Muslim Rohingya community, the official said.

In particular, he addressed the designation of the term “Bengali” which the Rohingya see as underscoring an assertion they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, even though many have lived in western Myanmar for generations.

“The name issue should be set aside,” the official said.

“To force any community to accept a name they consider to be offensive is to invite conflict, and if the goal is to prevent conflict, then it’s better to set that aside.”

No. The “Rohingya” have been specifically invented to make false claims. Muslims have no place in Burma.

Kerry also raised specific cases involving the arrest of journalists, the official added.

The senior State Department official said there was no resistance from Thein to discussing the issues.

Ye Htut, Myanmar’s minister of information, said on Friday the government had moved in the right direction since elections in 2011 but also recognized it needed to do more.

“We don’t deny there are some challenges that we are facing,” he said, “But we are moving toward the right direction and we’re trying our best to overcome these challenges.”

“People in Congress should have more understanding of our situation, and instead of blaming us, they try to find a way to help the Myanmar people to solve all these things,” he said.

(Additional reporting by Paul Mooney; Editing by Sophie Hares)


5 thoughts on “Obama Lackey John Kerry Demands Burmese Legalise Muselmanic Invasion”

  1. The only good thing I can see in the US Democrats is that they’re pissing off so many Americans that maybe they’ll lose the next presidential election. Yeah, I said “maybe”.

  2. @Pray Hard,

    I have met Americans, who renounced their membership with the Democrat party, changed party or gone Independent and have vowed to never, ever to vote Democrat again.

  3. See, H. Stern illustrates the forefront of a movement of people who feel betrayed by the Democratic party.

    But to be honest, I do not think the Dems, care anyways.

    The sea of discontent is growing towards the Democrats, which is why they have brought in a new voting base with all the Central Americans-future voters or voting blocs. They figure, like the Blacks, the Democrats can get about 40-50 good years of party loyalty out of them, even though they had to lose a few due to murder, rape or enslavement along the way. Not to mention, these newbie future Dems will provide the Dems with a fount of racial and political hyperbole for the next 50 years too. Such as the following, “we were the party that got you here.” and the it was the Republicans, who tried to stop you and your family from getting here, they wanted to send you home.” etc., etc., “They don’t care about you.”

    Now, the interesting by product, would be to watch and see if the Blacks leave the Democratic party, the home of the KKK and pro-segregation, the biggest political con of the twentieth century.

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