Buddhists in Myanmar deconstruct a muslim beachhead

I don’t know which this makes me want more. Champagne or gasoline.

Remember this about muslim towns in a given area:

  • “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers… “

Recep Tayyip Erdo?an. prime minister of the Republic of Turkey.

H/T M

And let this be a lesson to all of you. Never let youtube stabilize your videos.

Here is a video where British media tries to make Buddhist self defense against islamic manifest destiny into an evil thing we must fear and despise.

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10 Replies to “Buddhists in Myanmar deconstruct a muslim beachhead”

  1. Here is more of that hack-job… This time delivered by the BBC.

    Why are Buddhist monks attacking Muslims?
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22356306
    Here is an excerpt:
    “…Christian crusaders, Islamist militants, or the leaders of “freedom-loving nations”, all justify what they see as necessary violence in the name of a higher good. Buddhist rulers and monks have been no exception…”

    I am asking myself – why not Christianist crusaders? Why not Muhammadan raiding parties? Why should protecting a nation from Muslim infiltration, occupation and supremacy be considered a bad thing? Why? Why? Why?

  2. Leave it to the Buddhists to show the befuddled PC world some honest to goodness clear thinking.
    Just awesome.

  3. Billy:

    Western useful idiots have done to Buddhism basically what they did to islam. That is to say, remade them both in the image of some form of new-age claptrap so that they could feel rich with meaning without doing any actual work, making any actual sacrifice and continuing to live as a hedonist with no sense of responsibility whatsoever.

    Most of us know what islam is all about now, at least here in this board. But Buddhism is still alien.

    I can tell you that hard core Buddhism as they had in Tibet was about trying to understand reality. While it does attempt to reduce suffering for humanity it was never ‘peaceful’ in the sense that the leftists mean when they made the Dali Lama their hippie king.

    Buddhism and Hinduism are more cognitive tools than they are religions in many ways, at least as we understand religion. So it actually is no surprise that they are the first ones to deal with the reality of what islam is.

    It also adds some delicious irony to watch Western leftists get their guts in a knot trying to find a way to spin this.

  4. Why, oh why, did they have to fire Stephen Coughlin as the head Islam advisor for the US Government? You need someone that knowledgeable to understand what these people are up to. For instance, the Quran instructs that Believers create the appearance of being attacked while they themselves are doing the attacking. Clever, eh? I don’t think too many Westerners, even at the highest level, are aware of that little fact.

    They always have a grievance and they will always play the role of the poor victims being attacked by the evil oppressors. In the Quran, the word “oppressor” is defined as someone who refuses to convert to Islam – that’s all it takes to be an “oppressor” in their eyes. It ain’t no accident that they always seem to be be the “victim”.

    There is no neat and tidy way of fighting against Jihadists once they are in actual close proximity to you. They will always force the situation to the lowest level in the hopes that you give up in despair and opt for the “peace” of Islam. The game they play is to say, “Either you fight us off now, while you have the chance, or we will come back in a few years to literally slit your throats, as soon as we’ve become powerful enough to do so.”

  5. Bravo!!!

    Lets all deconstruct a beachhead near us………..and then let us put into place a permanent ban on the future construction of all beachheads

    “Somewhere between here and there”……..

    Regards, Don Laird
    Hatetown, Crankville County
    Alberta, Canada

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