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Old September 14th, 2017, 01:11 PM
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Re: Myanmar - Oppressive or doing whats right?

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Originally Posted by Sane Less View Post
We have had this discussions before... but echarcha.com is not on the global scene for global leaders to take note.

The Rohingyas are nothing but victims here... not of terrorism or genocide from Myanmar but terrorism and violence from their own peaceful religion. What is required is education and a global acceptance of a ban on the religion. This has been done successfully with other subjects. Yes, there is an occasionally flare but nazism and mostly communism have been under control for quite some time. Then why not another neo-nazistic concept like the religion of peace Why is the international court of justice not taking an interest into this and proclaiming an universal law that is accepted unilaterally across the world
Do you mean 'Oppressive but doing what is right'.
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