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If only there was some oil in the country, it wouldn't have gotten this far, and US would've toppled the government by now.

On top of that I guess the world isn't ready to handle the term "Buddhist Terrorists".



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Sly tried. But the world didn't take notice.

I have heard about it, and yes I do find it appalling.

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NY Times reported on it today finally, lol

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/05/world/asia/un-rohingya-bangladesh-myanmar.html



The less a country is related to another country, the less they care about that country. Myanmar has a completely different culture and their problems don't influence us, so we don't care.



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Have we seen anything this heinous sanctioned by a government since the Holocaust?

Not appalling, the country haven't much relationship to USA, big economy influence, lot of migrants living on bigger countries, etc...

Do everyone cares about the hundred thousand people that die daily or just the ones close to them?

Strange though USA is criticized from when it intervene and for when they don't.

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DonFerrari said:
Not appalling, the country haven't much relationship to USA, big economy influence, lot of migrants living on bigger countries, etc...

Do everyone cares about the hundred thousand people that die daily or just the ones close to them?

Strange though USA is criticized from when it intervene and for when they don't.

Because US has used the excuse of "human rights" when doing those unneccessry interventions in the past. This one could actually qualify as neccessary cause it's so blatantly a genocide.



NawaiNey said:
DonFerrari said:
Not appalling, the country haven't much relationship to USA, big economy influence, lot of migrants living on bigger countries, etc...

Do everyone cares about the hundred thousand people that die daily or just the ones close to them?

Strange though USA is criticized from when it intervene and for when they don't.

Because US has used the excuse of "human rights" when doing those unneccessry interventions in the past. This one could actually qualify as neccessary cause it's so blatantly a genocide.

There are several genocides and civil war going on around the world. Most of them if USA would intervene would probably be condemened. Sure I preffer their intervention, but it isn't like the ones they intervene they didn't had to prove a menace to world opinion or have the country request it.



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Can you really blame the west? Europe could use some of that Burmanese spirit and toss the filth from our shores, expel the Islamists and terrorists. All those Muslims that don´t want to assimilate or that insist on having their way of life in European countries should be grabbed by their scrawny necks and tossed out.

A homogeneous society is at peace with itself, the western civilization needs to realize that as soon as possible.

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