“Suu Kyi and Orban issued a joint Islamophobic statement in which they said that immigration, and both countries’ growing Muslim populations, posed a serious challenge.”
(Verena Hölzl at Deutsche Welle)
No stories this morning about dirty doctors, Islamic terrorists, illegal aliens killing senior citizens, or the many frauds new Americans are perpetrating on our social safety net.
Instead I was refocused, as I said in my previous post , by a warning about the danger of an advancing worldwide Islamic caliphate that can only happen if the Hijra (the migration) proceeds unimpeded.
And along those lines I was thrilled to see the news that Burma’s longtime freedom fighter Aung San Suu Kyi went to Hungary and the Czech Republic this past week to discuss the dangers to countries like hers, and to Europe, of the mass migration of Muslims.
Some world leaders get it…..
The Left is going insane about Suu Kyi’s conversion to “nationalism,” once their darling (now mine)!
(If you are not familiar with Suu Kyi, you might want to read the many posts I wrote about her at Refugee Resettlement Watch over the years.)
A writer for the German publication Deutsche Welle goes bananas!
Opinion: Myanmar’s Suu Kyi cozying up to Orban is absurd
Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, have issued a joint anti-Muslim statement. The Burmese leader has finally lost the moral standing she once enjoyed, says Verena Hölzl.
It’s not how the West imagined it. For years, the West supported Myanmar as it was evolving from a military dictatorship into a democracy — only to watch the country’s figurehead for freedom, Aung San Suu Kyi, turn into a right-wing populist sympathizer.
Last week, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate flew to Europe. While there she did not meet French President Emmanuel Macron or German Chancellor Angela Merkel, but rather Hungary’s divisive, right-wing populist leader, Viktor Orban, who is notorious for his anti-immigrant rhetoric. [Gasp! No visit to Merkel and Macron!—ed]
The meeting, which was a harmonious affair, represents a major affront to the West, which is nevertheless at pains to maintain some sort of diplomatic relationship with Myanmar. Two years ago, the West was appalled at the Myanmar military’s ethnic cleansing campaign against the country’s Muslim Rohingya minority.
During her meeting with Orban, Suu Kyi made it abundantly clear that she cares very little about Western values and diplomatic niceties. Afterward, Suu Kyi and Orban issued a joint Islamophobic statement in which they said that immigration, and both countries’ growing Muslim populations, posed a serious challenge.
The West is justifiably aghast at Suu Kyi’s transformation — probably even more so as she was once so very admired, and because many now feel embarrassed about it.
Read more here.
Aung San Suu Kyi has got to be one of the toughest women on the planet knowing that to speak her truth brings the hatred of the Left (they see her as a traitor to THEIR cause) squarely down on her head.
Next stop for Suu Kyi? How about visiting Italy’s Salvini (wouldn’t that be fun to watch!).
If you want to learn more about how the Buddhists of Burma (Myanmar) fear the rise of the Muslim Rohingya people and how the media is biased in favor of the Muslims over the Buddhists, see literally over 200 posts I wrote over a decade about the Rohingya at RRW.
Oh, and one more thing—the Trump Administration is bringing in Rohingya ‘refugees’ as your new neighbors.