Military coup in Myanmar

Slim Shady

 
Banned
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Have to disagree

Globalhomo loves Buddhists more than Muslims. Just look at major celebrities they are all into Zen, Nirvana, Dharma and all that stuff. Aang Sang Suu Kyi still had a lot of support from typical white liberal types even when she was ethnically cleansing Muslims.

I guess mistreating Muslims is okay as long as Brown people are doing it. India does not get much criticism from Western liberal types either and their PM Modi just signed a law outlawing Muslim-Hindu marriage, put Kashmir under a total curfew and was basically held responsible for the Gujurat Riots/Massacre back in 02 that led to thousands dead.

Trump on the other hand was pretty much labelled a new hitler for something as mundane as a flight ban
Disagree. Modi gets incredible amounts of hate. He is taking direct action that we wish Trump took in the US. The propaganda machine is strong against Modi.

There is also fake fashionable Buddhism, and the real culture. Only one is supported.
 

Elmore

 
Banned
Important to remeber that Western Secular 'namaste class, remember to check out our range of organic handmade mats & quinoa & sesame seed fair trade wraps at reception' Yoga class buddhism, isnt the same as the real deal.
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Handsome Creepy Eel

Owl
Catholic
Gold Member
Western countries whine against the military dictatorship in Myanmar oppressing the people.

Western countries support the democratic activist Aung Sun Kyi as the savior of Myanmar.

Elections are allowed and Aung Sun Kyi is elected as the President.

Western countries whine against the President Aung Sun Kyi for oppressing Muslim terrorists.

Western countries call for President Aung Sun Kyi to be deposed.

The military steps up and deposes President Aung Sun Kyi.

Western countries whine against the military dectatorship for seizing power and assaulting democracy.

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La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Disagree. Modi gets incredible amounts of hate. He is taking direct action that we wish Trump took in the US. The propaganda machine is strong against Modi.

There is also fake fashionable Buddhism, and the real culture. Only one is supported.
What type of direct action are you referring to?

Also what is up with those farmer protests in India?
 

wannable alpha

Woodpecker
What type of direct action are you referring to?

Also what is up with those farmer protests in India?
Answered that here
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Major correction: The Myanmar constitution allows the military to legally hold executive power for periods up to 1 year in cases such as this. It's something the Myanmar people foresaw and thought important and routine enough to explicitly write this option in to their government's rules.

Even mainstream American media has reluctantly acknowledged this. I heard a story on NPR the other day with some Indian-American complaining about this horrible "military coup" and "attack on democracy" and then a couple of minutes later muttered that they actually did so "under a loophole in the Constitution" :laughter: (otherwise known as a legal action).

I know almost nothing about Myanmar (except that America is the weird singular holdout that still calls it Burma), but it was under military rule for 50 years since the 1960s because globalism dictates that British Colonial Rule was just horrible, and it must be better to be ruled by armed troops than an organized British bureaucracy. Myanmar has only had a civilian government since 2011, so I would hardly call its experiment in democracy "successful."

I don't know whether this is good or bad for the Myanmar people, but it is legal and lawful. What I do know, is that the narrative fed to me by western media and the American government, the two most untrustworthy institutions on the planet, is to be completely ignored. I'm no fan of military rule, or even electing military men as political leaders but anyway it's up to the Myanmar people, not shitlibs in America.

This is not a coup, since the definition of coup includes the component of illegality.
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
Andrew Anglin has written good articles about Myanmar. From the very beginning, he was saying they need to shut down social media, because women get their marching orders from Western social media. Once women have risen up you can't fight them because that will get their men (simps) to rise up as well. Myanmar finally did shut down their internet but it is likely too late and now there's nationwide riots with indoctrinated, westernized women breaking down the doors in order to destroy their peaceful country in the name of the global anal revolution.

Hopefully the few non compromised non western nations out there will learn from this and unplug from western media.
 

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Andrew Anglin has written good articles about Myanmar. From the very beginning, he was saying they need to shut down social media, because women get their marching orders from Western social media. Once women have risen up you can't fight them because that will get their men (simps) to rise up as well. Myanmar finally did shut down their internet but it is likely too late and now there's nationwide riots with indoctrinated, westernized women breaking down the doors in order to destroy their peaceful country in the name of the global anal revolution.

Hopefully the few non compromised non western nations out there will learn from this and unplug from western media.
There are no 'nationwide riots', only small localised protests organised by fifth column sell outs. Obviously they get plenty of airtime on CNN, BBC and whatever other Sorosite channel, but that doesn't change the situation on the ground one bit.

The takeover was swift, bloodless and successful. It is fortified with every passing day, as above news items show. The USA has become a powerless paper tiger and China seems to have given the OK nod.

As for globohomo indoctrination, you are reasoning from a defeatist perspective. I consider things to be exactly the opposite. Globohomo indoctrination is so anti-natural order, anti-common sense and anti-God that it needs constant validation, confirmation and renewal. The fact that their propaganda is so intense is because these ideas don't carry any intrinsic value.

Pull the plug and people will return to their natural state of being. Those that are beyond saving can pound sand, or concrete in this case, in a moisty dark dungeon somewhere in an abandoned stadium in Rangoon.
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
As for globohomo indoctrination, you are reasoning from a defeatist perspective. I consider things to be exactly the opposite. Globohomo indoctrination is so anti-natural order, anti-common sense and anti-God that it needs constant validation, confirmation and renewal. The fact that their propaganda is so intense is because these ideas don't carry any intrinsic value.

Pull the plug and people will return to their natural state of being. Those that are beyond saving can pound sand, or concrete in this case, in a moisty dark dungeon somewhere in an abandoned stadium in Rangoon.
I agree with this. Our position is the natural one, theirs requires constant immersive propaganda.
 

Pendleton

Pelican
I agree with this. Our position is the natural one, theirs requires constant immersive propaganda.
Even constant immersive propaganda is not effective when increasing numbers of people can see it is propaganda. The media did not have much legitimacy left to begin with and whatever they still had they squandered in 2016-2020. Look at how Trump increased his total votes by 12 million in 2020 vs. 2016 in the face of non-stop negative propaganda.
 

budoslavic

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Orthodox
Gold Member

Interesting angle.
This is indeed a very interesting angle. Glad to see the Myanmar military took action to stop the Globohomo's plan.

Myanmar coup removes central bank chief, alarming global financiers​

Bank of Japan concerned that years of cooperation risk turning backward

TOKYO -- As news of the military coup in Myanmar reached the halls of the Bank of Japan, staff raced to gather information about the ongoing developments.

"They have apparently kicked out the central bank governor as well." The shocking news was passed up the command chain at the head office in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district.

On Feb.1, Myanmar's military took control of the country's administrative, legislative and judicial branches, detaining de facto leader State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and several other democratically elected officials.

It is unclear what happened to former central bank chief Kyaw Kyaw Maung, but deputy governor Bo Bo Nge has been detained, according to media reports. Than Nyein, who served as central banker under the previous junta before the first free election in decades in 2015, has been reappointed to the role.

The Bank of Japan, like most central banks around the world, is watching carefully, to see how the military leaders could affect bilateral and regional cooperation on monetary policy and financial stability.

The move brought back stark memories of the country's decades of military rule, when it was closed off from much of the world. The period of isolation began to change when the military embraced reforms at the beginning of the last decade, with foreign investors flooding into the largely untapped market rich with natural resources.

Japanese companies and financial institutions made significant inroads in Myanmar in the past decade, expecting the market to grow rapidly as it moved toward democracy.

Public and private Japanese players helped Myanmar build its financial and market infrastructure. The Japan International Cooperation Agency contributed to the core systems at the Central Bank of Myanmar, as a joint project with NTT Data and the Daiwa Institute of Research.

The BOJ shares deep connections to the Central Bank of Myanmar as well. It has trained staffers for the Myanmar bank at its head office in Tokyo, and assigned its alumni to advise the Myanmar bank.

What brought Myanmar deeper into the region's fold was the Chiang Mai Initiative. The currency swap agreement, designed so members assist each other with liquidity in times of crisis, originally launched with Japan, China, South Korea and five countries in Southeast Asia. The remaining members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, including Myanmar, have since joined the framework.

Myanmar formally joined the Chiang Mai Initiative in 2010, during BOJ Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda's tenure as president of the Asian Development Bank. The ADB on Feb. 2 issued a statement saying it was "deeply concerned about the current situation in Myanmar, which could constitute a serious setback to the country's transition and development prospects."

The U.S. has decided to impose sanctions on Myanmar military officials over the coup, while China, a major economic partner for Myanmar, has largely kept silent.

Turning back the clock on democracy could affect future public and private investments in Myanmar. There is also concern over how the coup can affect Myanmar's membership in the Chiang Mai Initiative.

"The initiative is an important link for Myanmar to the international community, but the country may have a harder time using it under protracted military rule," a source at the BOJ said. Some at the Japanese bank worry that developments in Myanmar could undermine international monetary cooperation.
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
Yesterday the military opened fire on protestors in Mandalay



Military hardens tone and state that protestors risk dying

Imagine wanting your country to be a gay cultureless economic zone like the west so bad you're willing to die for it... Also seems possible to me they could have been using rubber bullets or something like that. Protesters and governments alike aren't known for their honesty.
 
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