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Burma, The New Era of Hatred & Violence
Transcript of Burma, The New Era of Hatred & Violence
The New Era
"They are not following Dharma
a country predominantly embraces Buddhism
a country with more than 135 ethnic groups
a country with vast natural resources & prides
a country of multi-religions
Much have been wasted in
more than five decades of military rules
numerous civil wars
The transition of Burma
from military rule to quasi-civilian Democracy
"New Era of Hatred & Violence"
Rohingya & Muslim in general
is itself a form of violence
an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit.
The democracy process provides for political and social change without violence.
Aung San Suu Kyi
"Whatever you do,
do it as
a Nationalistic view.
a Nationalistic way.
Eat, go and do business as
969 Monk Wirathu
The New Era has begun and opened the door for
" extremists and radicals"
to act in broad daylight.
Natives of Arakan
Citizens of Burma
We don't want Burma to be built on the lives of Innocent Rohingya
We want to treat Rohingya like Human as we used to.
We want a new era of respect and peaceful co-existence as our father, Aung San wished.
An unjust law is itself a species of violence
The dreams of a unified and free Burma
has always haunted me.
If we mix religion and
politics then we
offend the spirit of
General Aung San
We don't want Burma to be built on "Hatred & Violence"
Hatred towards Rohingya has accumulated
for many decades.
The real violence is committed in writing of history.
Bryant H. McGill
The Face of Terror
Carried a coup d'état in 1962
Elected as president in 1972 under a one-party system
Became Chairman of Burmese Socialist Program Party until 1983
He carried out his Racist ideology
Renamed Arakan to Rakhine state
Canceled Rohingya Language Programme
Launched Operations against Rohingya in
1967 and 1978
the 1982 Citizenship Law
making Rohingya Stateless
Exiled hundreds of thousands
Destroyed villages and religious buildings
Freedom of Movement
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Education
A closed friend of Ne Win
Helped in drafting the 1982 Citizenship Law
A Rakhine historian
An author of many inflammatory books on Rohingya
Manipulated history of Rohingya
The head of Arakan state and
Rakhine National Development Party
Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing Programme
"The Face of Buddhist Terror"
"Burmese Bin Ladin"
"969 Neo-Nazi Organization"
Boycotting business with Muslims
Blocking Humanitarian supports
to Rohingya refugees
Opposing inter-faith marriage
Demanding to deport all Rohingya to a third country
969 & Wirathu
Burning Mosques and Muslim Houses
Not fully allow Humanitarian supports to Internally displaced Rohingya
"1982 Citizenship Law"
His government defended two-child policy on Rohingya
Legitimates to the views of Rohingya not being from Burma
Still allows "the big perpetrators" to further inciting hatred and violence
Mass violence cannot be achieved
without the supports of the state.
Claimed to use Israeli Policy
Asked UN to help expelling all Rohingya from Burma
Allows anti-Rohingya and anti-Muslim violence with impunity
His government forces widely involved all violence
Carried out a military coup after 1988 student uprisings
Became Chairman of State
Law and Order Restoration Council (SLORC) until 2011
Continued the racist citizenship Law
Stopped issuing birth-certificates to Rohingya children
Launched "Operation Clean Nation" in 1991 forcing over 250000 Rohingya to Bangladesh
Banned traveling outside Arakan state in 2001
Introduced two-child policy for Rohingya in 2005
Started fencing of Northern Arakan border in 2009
We don't want Burma silently watching Hatred & Violence
The world most persecuted community
The Aims & Objectives
To seek permanent political & social solution to the problems
To strive for the restoration of our citizenship in Burma
To bring the criminals responsible for the recent genocide to International Criminal Court
To put pressure on the Burmese regime through European governments & NGOs
To work hand in hand with other Rohingya & non-Rohingya organizations
To work together with mutual trust & tranquility among brethren of other communities
To actively participate for the cause of Rohingya
To actively lobby international governments & NGOs for vulnerbility of Rohingya situation
Meeting with ERC's Chairman and Euro-Burma office in Belgium to further develop ERC and the oppressed Rohingya
Visiting and providing basic commodities to the onging suffering of registered and unregistered Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
To plead international governmental bodies & NGOs to pay more attentions on Rohingya
To work together hand-in-hand with other Burmese communities for peaceful existence
Formed on 7th October 2012, in Esbjerg Denmark after two-days convention with Rohingya delegates from most of the European Countries
A Chairman, a Vice-Chairman, two Secretaries General, a Council comprising 12 Members, 8 Secretariats and an advisory board are elected for two-years term
More than one hundred young generations with vision, passion, solidarity, hope, unity and Perseverance finally decided to form an umbrella organization with the name of “The European Rohingya Council (ERC)”
in Muslims Names &
Coins in Arabic Inscriptions
Grand Mosques of Arakanese Heritage built 600 years ago which all have been
Natives of Arakan
in 1799 "A Comparative Vocabulary of Some of the Languages Spoken in the Burma Empire
in 1811 "
in 1815 "
Citizen of Burma
in 1961 "
Tatmadaw (Army) Journal
National Language Programme
Thein Sein's Government & Rakhine Perpetrators are still
forbidding international journalists
to visit the most affected parts of Arakan in order to
hide the catastrophic effects of Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing.