Myanmar, is it just too complex for some to understand?

#1
when Syria kicked off I saw lots of activists saying the West, the UK and whites were to blame.
When there were riots in the US, again I saw lots of protests saying that black lives matter and that the West, the UK and white people in the UK are accountable.
When Antifa riots kicked off in the US I heard that Trump was to blame, protesters in Bristol (England) said white people were accountable.

Now that loads of Muslims are being killed or hearded from their homes in Myanmar no one seems to want to blame anyone, no one has said its my fault as a British person.

Is there something different this time or is the situation just a bit too complex for the activist community?
 
#5
Don't you worry, some liberal lefty coloured (different shades of brown are available) feminist anti-fascist vegan LGBTQ disabled mong SJW will be along to explain exactly whose fault it really is.
 
#7
Ah, but it is our fault.

AIUI, from a R4 interview, the Buddhists don't like our Muzzie mates because they supported the British forces fighting against the Japanese in WW2, whereas they sided with the Nips

There's obviously centuries of distrust, but the modern stuff stems from the 40's, ergo it's out fault.

The activists are probably still searching Wiki for a link to get frothy about

They may also be confused that Saint Suu Kyi isn't speaking out over the military she doesn't have control of.
As one commentator said and I paraphrase, "First and foremost she's a politician and whatever she does or says, it's always aimed at getting herself re-elected"
 
#8
Point of order, not Antifa riots, Neo-Nazi riots, and yes, Trump IS to blame
There were no riots till the Antifa bigots turned up and kicked off.

Oh, and you really must stop using the word "point" in your posts - it just reminds everyone of the shape of your head.

In answer to the OP - yes - until they can figure out how to blame old white men, the situation will remain unremarked.
 
#9
Point of order, not Antifa riots, Neo-Nazi riots, and yes, Trump IS to blame
Wrong, whatever you think of them the neo Nazis didn't riot, they have been marching without much trouble or interest for decades, Antifa are the rioters.

Edit. By the way video footage of the woman supposedly killed by the car at the protest shows that it never even touched the woman, she was pushed to the ground by the crowd.
 
#14
Er......no, but thanks for trying to defend the Neo-Nazis, I'm sure you have your reasons....remember Trump (finally) condemned their violence?

Trump finally condemns Charlottesville racism, days after violence
Trump decries KKK, neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville

Don't like the sources?

Try Fox
McMaster calls violence in Charlottesville 'terrorism,' as Trump pressed to reject groups
Are you trying to imply(again) that anyone who does not agree with you is a racist. Why don't you save several pages of tantrums and flounce.
 
#17
Not according to the Police, and 'Antifa' is an XRW 'scare phrase' to try and tar anyone who's against Neo-Nazis and XRW fellow travellers - do try and keep up
Coming from the precious crybaby who labels everyone who does not agree with him as a nazi? Oh dear.

I will however refrain from further comment towards maple before he ruins yet another thread.
 
#18
Are you trying to imply(again) that anyone who does not agree with you is a racist. Why don't you save several pages of tantrums and flounce.
Why are you toting XRW views as acceptable and 'mainstream?' I don't like XRW or XLW, you don't like one, but seem to favour the other.....that's OK if that's what you want, just don't pretend to be anything but a fan
 
#19
Why are you toting XRW views as acceptable and 'mainstream?' I don't like XRW or XLW, you don't like one, but seem to favour the other.....that's OK if that's what you want, just don't pretend to be anything but a fan
I wish there was a tedious, repetitive bore button. You would be Top of the Pops.
 
#20
when Syria kicked off I saw lots of activists saying the West, the UK and whites were to blame.
When there were riots in the US, again I saw lots of protests saying that black lives matter and that the West, the UK and white people in the UK are accountable.
When Antifa riots kicked off in the US I heard that Trump was to blame, protesters in Bristol (England) said white people were accountable.

Now that loads of Muslims are being killed or hearded from their homes in Myanmar no one seems to want to blame anyone, no one has said its my fault as a British person.

Is there something different this time or is the situation just a bit too complex for the activist community?
The government claims are somewhat comical claiming that it is the muslims who are burning their own homes. I bet they are punching themselves in the face too.
 

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