Myanmar's anti-Muslim racism will hurt the Burmese workers in search of jobs. Myanmar is NOT going to become a haven for jobs in any foreseeable future, thus generating more joblessness.
Myanmar generals will fill the heads of angry, frustrated and impoverished Burmese youth, ill-educated or completely un-educated with even more toxic brand of Islamophobia - in order to steer the youth's angry energy and outburst away from the problem - the Burmese generals and the ruling, rape-condoning and rotten Tatmadaw.
This is a vicious cycle that has been set in motion already.
Suu Kyi is putting more fuel into the flame of pervasive racism with her talk of "Buddhist" paranoia.
https://www.facebook.com/state.counsellor/?fref=ts (6 Dec post of the interview with CNA)
Buddhists don't fear anything. She ain't a Buddhist practitioner herself, or she wouldn't be talking rubbish.
If this is the best what an Oxford-educated Burmese could do imagine millions who have never passed 8th Standard exam in Burma in terms of their quality of thought, behaviour.
Dreadfully, fear and loathing of Islam has become a national cancer, both officially and popularly, in my old country of Burma.
It makes the country, its leaders and its "Buddhists" - note the quotation marks - pathetic while triggering outrage among young radicals within the Islamic community worldwide.
Here is a Hamas' student wing staging public protest in solidarity with the Rohingyas, and Allepo.
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