The sole purpose of House Resolution HR-418 is to establish the legal ground so that United States can militarily intervene in the domestic affairs of Union of Myanmar (Burma) in very near future just to protect the more than 800,000 so-called Rohingyas on Burma-Bangladesh border.
Like what Bill Clinton did to Serbia in 1999 by bombing the hell out of the Christian Serbs and giving Serbia’s Kosovo to illegal Albanian Muslims. Now the Socialists in US Congress want to take Northern-Arakan from Burma and give the fertile land to so-called Rohingyas the hated Bengali-Muslim illegals from Bangladesh.
What I would like to suggest to the US Congress is if they really love their Bengali-Muslims so much they should give their more than a million Bengali-Muslims including 180 millions Bangladeshi-Muslims the coveted US Green-cards and later US citizenships as all those Bengali-Muslims must prefer living in rich United States than our dirt-poor Burma.
Let’s see how these American hypocrites cope with 180 million more dark-skinned Muslims on their already racial-strife-torn country. US Congress seems to have a short memory. They have already forgotten the 9-11 monstrosity committed by the fricking Muslims in just 2001.
Urging the Government of Burma to end the persecution of the Rohingya people and respect internationally recognized human rights for all ethnic and religious minority groups within Burma.
Whereas over 800,000 Rohingya ethnic minority live in Burma, mostly in the western Rakhine state;
|Notorious US Congressman James McGovern.|
Whereas the Burma Citizenship Law of 1982 has long excluded from approved ethnic groups the Rohingya people, despite many having lived in northern Rakhine state for generations, and has thereby rendered Rohingyas stateless and vulnerable to exploitation and abuse;
Whereas the Rohingya have historically experienced other particularized and severe legal, economic, and social discrimination, including restrictions on travel outside their village of residence, limitations on their access to higher education, and a prohibition from working as civil servants, including as doctors, nurses, or teachers;
Whereas authorities have also required Rohingya to obtain official permission for marriages and have singled out Rohingya in northern Rakhine state for forced labor and arbitrary arrests;
Whereas the Government of Burma has forcefully relocated Rohingya into relief camps, where they lack decent shelter, access to clean water, food, sanitation, health care, the ability to support themselves, or basic education for their children;
Whereas a two-child policy sanctioned solely upon the Rohingya population in the districts of Maungdaw and Buthidaung in northern Rakhine state restricts the rights of women and children, prevents children from obtaining Burmese citizenship, denies Rohingyas access to basic government services, and fosters discrimination against Muslim women by Buddhist nurses and midwives;
Whereas the United States Department of State has regularly expressed since 1999 its particular concern for severe legal, economic, and social discrimination against Burma's Rohingya population in its Country Report for Human Rights Practices;
Whereas the level of persecution, including widespread arbitrary arrest, detention, and extortion of Rohingya and other Muslim communities, has dramatically increased over the past year and a half;
Whereas communal violence has affected both Muslims and Burma's majority Buddhist population, but has overwhelmingly targeted Burma's ethnic Muslim minorities, which altogether comprise less than 5 percent of Burma's population;
Whereas violence targeting Rohingyas in Maungdaw and Sittwe in June and July of 2012 resulted in the deaths of at least 57 Muslims and the destruction of 1,336 Rohingyas homes;
Whereas on October 23, 2012, at least 70 Rohingyas were killed, and the Yan Thei village of the Mrauk-U Township was destroyed;
Whereas violence has also targeted Muslims not of Rohingya ethnicity, including riots in March 2013 in the town of Meiktila that resulted in the death of at least 43 Burmese Muslims, including 20 students and several teachers massacred at an Islamic school, the burning of at least 800 homes and 5 mosques, and the displacement of 12,000 people;
Whereas on October 1, 2013, riots involving more than 700 Buddhists in Thandwe township resulted in the death of 4 Kaman Muslim men and the stabbing death of a 94-year-old Muslim woman;
Whereas over 4,000 religious, public, and private Rohingya structures have been destroyed;
Whereas Rohingyas have experienced and continue to experience further restrictions on their practice of Islam, culture, and language; and
|All those Bengali-Muslim illegals will be better of in USA than in Burma. Give them Green Cards!|
Resolved, That the House of Representatives--
(1) calls on the Government of Burma to end all forms of persecution and discrimination of the Rohingya people and ensure respect for internationally recognized human rights for all ethnic and religious minority groups within Burma; and
(2) calls on the United States Government and the international community to put consistent pressure on the Government of Burma to take all necessary measures to end the persecution and discrimination of the Rohingya population and to protect the fundamental rights of all ethnic and religious minority groups in Burma.
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