Current government is practicing Muslim and extreme nationalism as a strategy of election  
Occurred in Yangon, Myanmar on October 15, 2015, at 4:06 PM
Reported by naymg via Internet on October 15, 2015, at 4:06 PM in Yangon, Myanmar

This rumour is probably true and is of low priority – here's why:
U Thein Sein government acts Muslim and extreme nationalism as a trump card for UNDP (Union Solidarity and Development Party) and to weaken NLD (National League of Democracy) said Mr. Bartil Lintner, Myanmar political analyst.

"UNDP is playing extreme nationalism as a trump card to weaken the support of NLD. But we cannot say that game is effect or not. But that is harmful game because there are many citizen muslims, not illegal or foreigner muslims around the country. The most interesting time is not the election day, the time after one or two months. The day we can see how current government practises strategies to long-last their power", he said at the interview with 7 Day News newspaper.

U Soe That, senior consultant of USDP and U Phone Maw Shwe, chief of Magwe USDP party canvassed for votes by showing they not accept "Rohingya" at the canvass of the farm that is in front of Magwe-Yay Nan Chaung's high way road near Kanthargyi village, at October 8. Also U Htay Zaw (Hmu Zaw), the spoke person of Myanmar president office, post on his facebook page "U Thein Sein is the one who said with high tone 'No Rohingha in Myanmar' to the world".

(https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=860774964019593&set=a.101379746625789.2560.100002612916066&type=3)

Anti Islam activities and violence against Islam movements was started around the country from the power time of U Thein Sein, current government at 2012 and 2013.

Ref: 7 Day News Journal
Vol 14. No.32(P 15)
Oct.14.2015
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