Citizenship issue complicates Rohingya issue

Aug 3, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Welcome to the Mizzima News

The Burmese government, at the highest levels, continues to assert that the Rohingya ethnic group living in northwestern Burma has no claim to citizenship rights.

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Aug 4, 2012
 
What has SuuKyi got to do with the article? Can't you live without the daily fix of SuuKyi?
As for the article, government is right. Rohingyas are not Burmese. Full stop. Period, in American.

You have stupidly afvocated the nonsense of ethnic right, not understanding that it means destroying Burma.
Unity amongst our native brethren is everything. At this juncture we must all support our Myanmar government.
Rohingyas are not Burmese. Let us all Burmese, Myanmars unite against them and push them out. England must take them in. Failing that England must take responsibility for the colonial legacy it left behind and help Burma.
Understand?
We are real Burmese

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Aug 4, 2012
 
I do agree wth you.
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Aug 8, 2012
 
Rohingyas give bad impact on kalar.

There are many kalar races living in Myanmar.

These Muslim Rohingyas kalar give bad impact on not only Muslims kalar but also Hindus kalar and Christians kalar.

In Myanmar, most people cannot distinguish what kalar races are.

We, Catholic Tamils, are also kalar by mean of Burmese language. We are Christians kalar.
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Catholic Tamil in Myanmar wrote:
Rohingyas give bad impact on kalar.
There are many kalar races living in Myanmar.
These Muslim Rohingyas kalar give bad impact on not only Muslims kalar but also Hindus kalar and Christians kalar.
In Myanmar, most people cannot distinguish what kalar races are.
We, Catholic Tamils, are also kalar by mean of Burmese language. We are Christians kalar.
Learn history properly.
Kalar is actually ' Koo-lar' that means who swam
across the sea. In other it means literallziy the one who came swimming. It implies foteigner or immigrant. There are two types of Kalars.
Kalameh meaning dark kalar and kalaphyu, meaning white kalar. The English and other whites are callef kalaphyu.
As for Tamils, you are originally from south India. YYou are likely to be dark, unlike northern Indo-Europeans. Talaings are from Talingana who brought Buddhism to southeast Asia. Please stop spspreading your Catholism. Keep it to yourself. Study Reformation. OK?
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Indigenous wrote:
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Learn history properly.
Kalar is actually ' Koo-lar' that means who swam
across the sea. In other it means literallziy the one who came swimming. It implies foteigner or immigrant. There are two types of Kalars.
Kalameh meaning dark kalar and kalaphyu, meaning white kalar. The English and other whites are callef kalaphyu.
As for Tamils, you are originally from south India. YYou are likely to be dark, unlike northern Indo-Europeans. Talaings are from Talingana who brought Buddhism to southeast Asia. Please stop spspreading your Catholism. Keep it to yourself. Study Reformation. OK?
There is no propaganda of Catholicism in my comment which you quoted.

"As for Tamils, you are originally from south India." Not complete information.
Tamils are originally from south India and Sri Lanka.

"Talaings are from Talingana"
Do you mean Telangana?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telangana

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