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RottenRobbie Post time: 2016-11-13 05:33
You are mistaken; it's Not about population, it's about accountability/responsibility towards ne ...
Righting their counteless wrongs in the past are not permitted by their global rule of law...,Simply because there's just so many of wrongs that they have committed, and also because it will turn the whole boat that they are riding on, in this whole wide world.
So simply they are going to blacklist all the nations that try to right the wrongs of all their sin of the past, since the world is still under their military and economic control/influence, although it seems dwindling lately as China and others are rising steadily and thus try to balance the power of the world.
What the British did to those indigenous chinese-looking native people in NorthEastern India!
HISTORICALLY, NORTH EAST (of India, where native Asiantic people inhibit) WAS AN INDEPENDENT STATE LIKE TODAY'S BHUTAN, UNTIL BRITISH GAVE IT AWAY TO INDIA AT HER INDEPENDENCE IN 1947.
What the British did to China's next door neighbor Burma!
Now, about those Bengali immigrants from Bangladesh, pouring into Burma are both from recent era and from long gone era.
When British colonized Burma in early 19th century, and literally place that nation into India [which included Bangladesh and Pakistan then], anybody from populous India can come settle down in much-less populous Burma in those days. Undoubtedly ten of millions of people from India and today's Bangladesh resettle in Burma. Rakhine state, Burma which is immediately next door to Bangladesh became a hot spot of settlement area for Bangali people of that nation. So in essence it is fair to say that tragedies of Burma, both past and present day, began with Colonialism.
"The problems with these bands of Anglo brothers are that not only did they committed all sorts of wrongs in the past, but also when those (who suffered those wrongs) poor souls try to right the wrongs, they blacklist them again! It's just so unbelieving that the world we live in!"