But you and I don’t, do we? And millions of people all over the weakened West are heartened by how the Burmese are dealing with the growing — inevitably growing, given the difference in birth rates — problem and threat of Muslims in their Buddhist and national midst.
This article (there are thousands just like it) is supposed to win sympathy for the “Rohingyas,” and show how terrble is the treatment meted out by both the Burmese government and those the author(s) of the article describe as “extremist Burmese monks” to the Muslims from Bengal who have filtered into the country over many decades, and now pretend to be something other than what they are — Muslims from Bengal — that is, “the Rohyingya people.” The article makes no mention of where they came from, and does not show us what they look like — they look Bengali, not Burmese. Nor does the article explain how porous were the borders when both India and Burma were under British rule. Nor are we told about the massacres of Burmese by the Bengali Muslims (“Rohingyas”) in the 1950s, nor about the steady pressure of Islam on Burma and its unique Buddhist culture. It is not Buddhists who everywhere in Asa have destroyed Muslim monuments and artifacts, or tried to forciby convert Muslims to Buddhism It is Muslims who everywhere in Asia have destroyed Buddhist and other non-Muslim monuments and artifcats, and tried to forcibly convert Buddhists (and Hindus, and others) to Islam. Shouldn’t this history be studied and invoked?
Sunil Kadian wrote: “It’s not for nothing that the Buddhist monks want Rohingya Muslims to leave Myanmar. History shows that country after country, the
Islamist s Koranimals have used all resources available to outnumber the original inhabitants and then annihilate them. The Buddhist monks are well within their rights to decide whether they let the outsider Rohingya Bengal Muslims stay in their country or not. The world cannot and should not dictate Myanmarese Burmese on a question which is critical to their very existence in the short to the long term. The Rohingya Muslims always have Muslim countries to go to, but the Myanmar Buddhists of Burma have nowhere to go to when they are finally outnumbered and the Islamic way of life thrust upon them which is all too imminent considering the curtain raiser which triggered the unrest. And also, it is a fact as reported in the media – Rohingya Muslims indulged in arson, rioting and killing of Buddhist monks.”
To the Western-leftist mentality, no other peoples or nations have rights that supercede the rights of Muslims–no matter the geographic, ethnic, and religious history of the region in question. A positively bizarre Islamophilia that, in some respects, defies explanation.
”Milgram summed up his findings in this way: “A substantial proportion of people do what they are told to do, irrespective of the content of the act and without limitations of conscience, so long as they perceive that the command comes from a legitimate authority.” (Milgram, Obedience to Authority, 1974, summarised from Richard Gross “Psychology: The Study of Mind and Behaviour”.)
So, given Milgram’s conclusion above, what happens when the authority is believed to be the ult…
In the aftermath of WWII people began to ask how the perpetrators of atrocities such as those who ran the Nazi death camps were not restrained by conscience. One explanation put forward was the “Germans are different” hypothes–CITIZENWARRIOR.COM|BY GREG HAMILTON
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