December 18, 2017
All of these Rohingya rats have the option of leaving the country.
This is not a “genocide,” it is simply an “ethnic cleansing” of an invasive and parasitical alien population. There is no attempt to exterminate, simply to remove them to Bangladesh where they belong.
With the way the UN is talking about this, they’re acting as though they want military action.
So, say a prayer of thanks that Hillary didn’t win. Because you pretty much know for a fact she would have sent our troops to “liberate” the inbred swamp apes from Yellow Supremacy.
The top U.N. human rights official has said he would not be surprised if a court one day ruled that acts of genocide had been committed against the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar, according to a television interview to be shown on Monday.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra‘ad al-Hussein told the BBC that attacks on the Rohingya had been “well thought out and planned” and he had asked Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi to do more to stop the military action.
She’s not stopping it because she supports it. She has said as much.
But the UN can’t admit that because they celebrated her as this great female icon. They should have known better than to believe feminism would work on nonwhite women.
Zeid has already called the campaign “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing” and asked rhetorically if anyone could rule out “elements of genocide”, but his latest remarks put the case plainly, toughening his stance.
“The elements suggest you cannot rule out the possibility that acts of genocide have been committed,” he said, according to excerpts of his interview provided in advance by the BBC.
“It’s very hard to establish because the thresholds are high,” he said. “But it wouldn’t surprise me in the future if the court were to make such a finding on the basis of what we see.”
Myanmar denies committing atrocities against the Rohingya and has previously rejected U.N. criticism for its “politicisation and partiality”. The Myanmar military says the crackdown is a legitimate counter-insurgency operation.
Zeid said Myanmar’s “flippant” response to the serious concerns of the international community made him fear the current crisis “could just be the opening phases of something much worse”.
He told the BBC he feared jihadi groups could form in the huge refugee camps in Bangladesh and even launch attacks in Myanmar, perhaps targeting Buddhist temples there.
Yes, of course they will do terrorism.
They were already doing terrorism, which is why they are being removed.
You are making the argument for removal. No people deserves to have a foreign population in their country killing them. That is not the meaning of “human rights” – “lie down and die as you are bombed by Islamics.”
And these people are not simply terrorists.
They are an inbred genetic waste product that only exists as a parasite on a surrounding society. The terrorism is just an expression of their genetic nature.
In every picture you see of them, they are doing that pained frown: this is a evolutionary strategy, this pitiful, suffering frown. It is designed to make people give them things for free out of pity.
Look at this picture of mothers and their children making the face:
It is biological.
Several different groups have this look, all originating from this part of Southeast Asia.
I’ve seen this look on the face of Badjao beggars in Philippines, who look exactly like Rohingya and are also Moslem:
And I’ve seen it in Romania on the faces of gypsy beggars, who look very similar and originate from South India:
The Rohingya should by rights be exterminated from the face of the earth, and Daw Suu is showing great restraint in not ordering that to happen.