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BANGKOK 13 December 2018 05:59
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SURVEY: Should Myanmar be forced to take back Rohingya?

SURVEY: Should Myanmar be forced to take back Rohingya?  

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The Rohingya situation has caused contention between countries in Asia and beyond.   In your opinion which of the following is the best solution?

 

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42 minutes ago, Samui Bodoh said:

"...Should Myanmar be forced to take back Rohingya?"

 

Perhaps a better question is should the Rohingya be forced to return to Burma?

 

If I were a Rohingya, I doubt that I would be willing to return to Burma; the evidence seems pretty clear that the Burmese authorities/military were responsible for driving them out.

 

Let me offer a fifth option; Burma, as a penalty for driving them out, must pay for their resettlement elsewhere. My suggestion is that the costs be taken out of the Burmese military budget...

 

 

The big $$$ is the Burmese Military's cut of narco production & trafficking.

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Under the new United Nations refugee compact, they probably won't have any choice BUT to take them back.

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Theoretically, you are right. But in practice the UN carries a great deal of clout and over time their recommendations tend to be widely implemented.

 

If you don't believe me do some research, for example, on the roll-out of their UN's controversial Agenda 21 programme (now rebranded as Agenda 2030), which - mostly unbeknown to the billions affected - continues drastically to change public policy around the world.

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32 minutes ago, weegee said:

if Burma is forced to let them return, they also will be forced to recognize them as citizens...

THEN...These Rohingya will have the right for citizenship as well. Following this they will work their way in by way of elections and place Muslims in Government....and on it goes until they have taken a slice of Burma away for Buddist control...Which obviously is their intention all along.

THAT'S why the Burmese Government is rejecting all proposals, from outside influences and such. They rightfully will not allow anyone or anything interfere with their rights to govern their own country...

So in your view genocide is acceptable in certain circumstances ?

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