Talk:Militant Buddhism

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In the 24 hours after I started the page two three people have written on the topic:

-- Petri Krohn (talk) 22:28, 1 June 2015 (UTC)

Holy Shit! Even Barack Obama jumped on the bandwagon!

There is some weird Color Revolution infowar operation at play here: On the BBC site I noticed this article (The darker side of Buddhism - Charles Haviland, BBC News, May 30, 2015) Seeing it was about Sri Lanka I immediately recognized the possible connection to Buddhist violence in the Rohingya in Myanmar. I started this research stub. (Later, reading the article I saw that BBC stated the connection explicitly.)

In the 24 hours after I started the stub I noticed that three notable people had written about the Rohingya. Worst of all, one of them was George Soros! This made me suspect that there is some Color Revolution infowar operation behind this strange timing.

(Tony Cartalucci is not part of this infowar operation. He has been writing about this issue for years. He too may be alerted by the noise around the issue. As may Eric Margolis.) -- Petri Krohn (talk) 20:09, 9 June 2015 (UTC)

I randomly came across this piece by Pamela Geller ranting about the "Rohingya Hoax" and how all the evidence of persecution is fabricated (vastly overstretching on a BBC article about some falsely attributed pics). So that counts for a real problem, and the Toni Cartalucci article is pretty compelling. But who knows. --CE (talk) 21:23, 9 June 2015 (UTC)

I notice that George Soros has been meeting Rohingya representatives in January 2015. -- Petri Krohn (talk) 14:52, 14 March 2017 (UTC)

US interests?

Bold operations by Indian Army

Bold operation by Indian Army: Many militants involved in Manipur ambush neutralised in Myanmar, By Manu Pubby, ET Bureau | 9 Jun, 2015, 06.25PM IST --Resup (talk) 21:02, 9 June 2015 (UTC)

Who are the Rohingya?

Rohingya Crisis


  • Burma: Mass Arrests, Raids on Rohingya Muslims - HRW, July 5, 2012
    The recent sectarian violence began after an ethnic Arakan woman was allegedly raped and killed by three Muslim men on Ramri island in southern Arakan State in late May, which was followed by the June 3 killing of 10 Muslims by an Arakan mob in Toungop. On June 8, thousands of Rohingya rioted in the town of Maungdaw, destroying Arakan property and causing an unknown number of deaths. Groups of Rohingya subsequently committed killings and other violence elsewhere in the state, burning down Arakan homes and villages. Arakan groups, in some cases with the collusion of local authorities and police, committed violence against Rohingya communities, including killings and beatings, and burning down Muslim homes and villages.
  • Sourish Mukherjee‏ @me_sourish on Twitter, September 6, 2017
    Everybody should see this 2 min video to understand why the Buddhists are up against Rohingya.
  • Rohingya extremists attacking Rakhine Burmese Neighborhoods - kaung htut, August 4, 2012 (video)