As U Thein sein Government is bias against Muslims and there is rise of Buddhist Terrorism, Muslims of Myanmar need UNSC to invoke R 2 P

Instead of OIC…Actually, international peace-keeping forces like the ones in Kosovo would be more helpful in preventing further violence. (I took the idea from Dr David Law, who had experience in serving the US Military Medical Group in Kosovo at that time.

Yesterday’s at the Anti-OIC protest the Monks were given FREE HAND by Thein Sein‘s Government in contrast to the heavy handed handling of Anti-Copper-mine protest shows that the Myanmar Government is practicing double standard. And when we look at the arrest and two years’ sentence on a Muslim who took out the 969 sticker from the parked motor-bike compared to uninhibited protest by Monks insulting Islam, U Thein Sein Government is not neutral but bias. In addition to that, around the last Edd few Buddhist Terrorists were caught plotting to incite Anti-Muslim Riots by bombing of Shwedagone and other pagodas. Yesterday Rakhine Buddhist Terrorists were caught with ammunition to bomb Masjids. …As Bama Buddhists and Rakhine Buddhists are also against OIC…it is best to provoke R 2 P at UNSC.

Responsibility to protect

The responsibility to protect (R2P or RtoP) is a United Nations initiative established in 2005. It is an emerging intended norm claiming that sovereignty is not a right, but entails responsibilities for states to provide protection and security for their populations.[1][2] R2P focuses on preventing and halting four crimes: genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and ethnic cleansing, which it places under the generic umbrella term of mass atrocity crimes.[3] The R2P has three foundation “pillars”:[4][5]

  1. A state has a responsibility to protect its population from genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and ethnic cleansing.
  2. The international community has a responsibility to assist the state to fulfill its primary responsibility.
  3. If the state manifestly fails to protect its citizens from the four above mass atrocities and peaceful measures have failed, the international community has the responsibility to intervene through coercive measures such as economic sanctions. Military intervention is considered the last resort.

In the international community R2P is a norm, not a law, however it is grounded in international law.[which?][6][7] R2P provides a framework for using tools that already exist, i.e. mediation, early warning mechanisms, economic sanctioning, and chapter VII powers, to prevent mass atrocities. Civil society organizations, States, regional organizations, and international institutions all have a role to play in the R2P process. The authority to employ the last resort and intervene militarily rests solely with United Nations Security Council.

It has also been criticised. Amongst the criticisms is a “moral outrage and hysteria often serve as a pretext for ‘interventions of the civilised world’ and ‘humanitarian interventions’, which often conceal the true strategic motives, and it thus becomes another name for proxy wars.”[

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One Response to “As U Thein sein Government is bias against Muslims and there is rise of Buddhist Terrorism, Muslims of Myanmar need UNSC to invoke R 2 P”

  1. drkokogyi Says:

    I think…we ALL should adopt this translation by one of my friend…. “Oppose Islam: Ideology of animals with high breeding rate”..It is nearest to what this SOB monks meant. If translated with simple animalism…the world who does not know Myanmar will think about other less offensive meaning. TQ.

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