Islamophobic Thailand’s PM vows to push out the Rohingya boat people without caring that hundreds of them drowned in the ocean

Islamophobic Thailand’s PM vows to push out the Rohingya boat people without caring that hundreds of them drowned in the ocean

COMMENT: ASEAN leaders ignoring to solve the political crisis in Burma which is the root of the illegal Burmese migrants. Islamophobic  Thailand’s PM could tolerate millions of non-Muslim illegal Burmese migrants. including the arms rebels but the Muslim Rohingyas.Various ethnic minority rebels at the border are not only tolerated but supported and encouraged by various Thai authorities as the OFFICIAL secret policy for 200 years.

Thailand’s Prime Minister Abhisit instructed the National Security Council (NSC) to study the idea. The center would work with in cooperation with other agencies, including the navy and Marine Police Division. “We have to solve the illegal immigrant problem otherwise it will affect our security, economy and the opportunities of Thai laborers,” he said. “We will push them out of the country.”

Recently, the Thai government has expressed concerns about more and more Rohingya illegal migrants arriving by boat in southern Thailand.

The English-language newspaper, Bangkok Post, reported on Friday that the government is considering whether to set up a coastguard center with a mission to block the influx of illegal immigrants trying to enter the country by boat.

In the meantime, officials said they are waiting to deport 4,880 Rohingya for illegally entering Thailand. Security officials were ordered to boost efforts to track down human traffickers helping illegal migrants.

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Bravo un-Islamic Indonesia, just heartlessly chased out your fellow Muslims in distress

Bravo un-Islamic Indonesia,

just heartlessly chased out your fellow Muslims in distress

Bravo un-Islamic Indonesia, just heartlessly chased out your fellow Muslims in distress, Allah may reward you with various disasters for that ‘kind’ action and for not stopping the Myanmar military rulers’ atrocity on Muslims. No wonder Muslim leaders/countries around the world are facing all the problems. All of them are shamelessly greedy, selfish and racial.

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Why there is soaring of Burmese currency value at the black market?

Why there is soaring of Burmese currency value at the black market?

The black market value of Burma’s currency, the kyat, hit a three-year high of nearly 1,000 to the US dollar on Friday, putting a brake on the unofficial cash transfers from abroad known as hundi.

The kyat had been skyrocketing all week, reaching new highs against not only the dollar but also, on Wednesday, the Thai baht (25 kyat), Singapore dollar (714 kyat) and the Chinese yuan (1,639.34), according to hundiservices in Bangkok, Singapore and at the Sino-Burmese border.

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Is continuing of APs means using red tapes to allow cronies to continue collecting toll gates?

Is continuing of APs means using red tapes to allow cronies

to continue collecting toll gates?

 

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 — The controversial import-licensing system for luxury cars is undergoing a major shake-out that threatens to put several dozen car dealers out of business.

The turmoil in the sector, which is worth several hundred million ringgit annually, is a result of new rules the government imposed this month to plug loopholes in the licensing system called Approved Permits, or APs.

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Stupid Bush’s last insult on the Human Rights

Stupid Bush’s last insult on the Human Rights

In his final acts of clemency, President George W. Bush on Monday granted early prison releases to two former U.S. Border Patrol agents whose convictions for shooting a Mexican drug dealer fueled the national debate over illegal immigration.

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Will Obama be able to change things in Burma?

from:The Nation/Opinion

Even before the euphoria has died down, President Barack Obama moved almost with lighting speed on his first day in office to tackle the issue of Guantanamo Bay detention centre, which was seen as the right approach to restore the US’s lost moral posture. The prison in Cuba would be closed down within one year and the administration has suspended trials for suspects at Guantanamo for 120 days pending review.

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AFP:Jailed Myanmar monk goes on hunger strike

BANGKOK (AFP) — A Buddhist monk imprisoned in Myanmar for leading street protests against the junta has gone on hunger strike to demand access to his family, according to an exiled group of former political prisoners.

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