"No-one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim’: Moment Burma democracy heroine Suu Kyi lost her cool with BBC’s Mishal Husain after being quizzed over violence towards Muslim minority
‘No-one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim’: Moment Burma democracy heroine Suu Kyi lost her cool with BBC’s Mishal Husain after being quizzed over violence towards Muslim minority
Oh boy, the British media are really, really mad at Suu Kyi:
She is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and a beacon of saintly integrity in the West who remained under house arrest for 15 years in her native Burma.
However, there is another side to Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi that sits at odds with her iconic image.
After the BBC Today presenter Mishal Husain gave Suu Kyi a rough ride during a BBC interview, Suu Kyi lost her composure and was heard to mutter angrily off-air: ‘No one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim.’Here's the thing: Buddhists hate Islam, Hindus hate Islam, and even Burmese politicians - who are usually thought of by the Leftist Western media as Saints - hate Islam.
And yet, somehow, all of us are expected to examine ourselves about the hate in our heart, but Muslims are not expected to stop fucking murdering us.
Fuck that noise.
Any Muslim who is pro-Sharia (stoning gays and apostates to death, women are worth half a man in the court of Law) and pro-Jihad against the Infidel, is a danger to civilization. It's as simple as that.
Decent human beings do not have to examine themselves and rid themselves of hatred for evil.
We should hate evil.
Killing gays because they are gay IS EVIL.
Killing people because they believe what they want to believe IS EVIL.
If a person wants to institute those ideas as law, THEY ARE EVIL.