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words fail me...what animals man has become....I am about to start a home for rescued and orphaned children here in Ghana - then will spread throughout Asia Goid willing. Wish I could do it much faster to help these poor people.
Posted by iRENE on January 13, 2013 22:39
Bengalis from Bangladesh, a country smaller in size than the state of Iowa, have been migrating illegally to neighboring countries because of overpopulation (over 150 million) and scarcity of resources. Bangladesh is also a breeding ground for Islamic terrorism where the Government of Bangladesh has identified over 70 Islamic terrorists groups (including Islamic Rohingya terrorists) and one million trainees in extremist Islamic schools. As far back as 1975, the then Bangladesh Ambassador to Myanmar Khwaja Mohammed Kaiser admitted that "there were upward of 1/2 million Bangalee (Bangladeshi) trespassers in Arakan (Rakhine state) whom the Burmese (Myanmar) had some right to eject. He had implored the Burmese authorities not to press this issue during Bangladesh's present troubles [COUP of August and November 1975] and had been pleased that the Burmese had not taken advantage of his country's misfortune in this respect. CNN news media have recently published numerous reports of Bengalis illegally migrating eastwards by sea and land. Refer to CNN report of Nov 1, 2012, and Khabar South Asia of Dec 24, 2012. Once they cross the border, they identify themselves as Rohingya to gain international sympathy and unquestioning acceptance by news media. Bangladesh newspaper UNBConnect of Nov 21 and Dec 27, 2012 admitted that Bangladeshis are camouflaging themselves as Rohingya. These so called Rohingyas trained in terrorism in Bangladesh have now joined the Islamic insurgency groups in southern Thailand and terrorizing the country side. In addition, approximately 12 million to 17 million Bangladeshi immigrants have come to India illegally since the 1950s and thereby terrorizing, infiltrating and displacing the indigenous population in the border areas.
Posted by Ray on January 13, 2013 23:54
Ray, experts on the southern insurgency say not one single Rohingya has ever been found among the dead or injured in years of skirmishes involving thousands of victims. So much for your theory. More racism? No thanks.
This is our ardent appeal to the Honorable Prime Minister,Law makers and civil society of Thailland not to hand over or push back the rescued Rohingyas to racist Burmese government.
Posted by Maung Kyaw Nu,President,Burmese Rohingya Association in Thailand,(BRAT) on January 14, 2013 03:11
The number of women and children involved as innocent victims should alarm policymakers in Thailand, as well as UN and US officials and NGOs. BUT IT DOESN'T.
Posted by Charles on January 14, 2013 05:50
I DO wish people would stop referring to these wicked bastards as 'animals'. Give me any animal over my 'fellow man' any day.
Posted by findlay on January 18, 2013 10:51
It is important that we have balance in all reporting. It is clear that there certainly are aspects of the refugees who are not who they claim to be.
Posted by Ty on January 18, 2013 11:29
It is important that we have action, Ty, to end this atrocity. Why criticise the media for reporting about human slavery? Does it really matter to you whether the slave is from one nation, or a stateless person? How discerning of you. How narrow your vision. How sad your life must be. You have the heart of a gnat, Ty. Or perhaps a Singaporean MP.
Ed. you have conveniently left out the link to the video I posted which support my argument. I did not expect anything less.
Posted by Ty on January 18, 2013 20:11
We can't run links that long, Ty, because they bust open our site. Where the alleged trafficking victims comes from doesn't matter.
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