“In a video posted on her Facebook last week, Miss Grand Myanmar Shwe Eain Si accused the Rohingya militants of leading a ‘media campaign’ to trick the world into thinking ‘they are the oppressed.'”
A curious story. It’s unclear why Shwe Eain Si lost her title. If Myanmar’s leadership were what the Western media says it is, Myanmar leaders would be celebrating Shwe Eain Si as a hero. In any case, it is noteworthy that she also is skeptical about the establishment media claim that the Rohingyas are the innocent victims of “Buddhist terror.” As is also the case with the “Palestinians” in Israel, the Rohingyas would have had no problem in Myanmar had they not been waging jihad. When the Israelis and the Myanmar Buddhists fight back against that jihad, they’re accused in the Western media of a “disproportionate” reaction or even of unprovoked aggression. In reality, if the Rohingyas and the “Palestinians” laid down their arms, there would be peace. If the Myanmar Buddhists and the Israelis laid down their arms, there would be a bloodbath.
“Myanmar beauty queen dethroned ‘after posting Rohingya video,’” AFP, October 4, 2017 (thanks to Lookmann):
A Myanmar beauty queen says she was stripped of her pageant title after posting a graphic video accusing Muslim Rohingya militants of driving communal violence in Rakhine state, a conflict fraught with controversy in the mainly Buddhist country.
Myanmar’s army is accused of waging an ethnic cleansing campaign against the Rohingya in the far west, where more than half a million of the Muslim minority have fled across the border to Bangladesh since August 25….
In a video posted on her Facebook last week, Miss Grand Myanmar Shwe Eain Si accused the Rohingya militants of leading a “media campaign” to trick the world into thinking “they are the oppressed”.
Shots of Shwe Eain Si speaking to the camera were interspersed with graphic images of people with bloody gashes across their faces, nude babies and screenshots from videos posted by the militant group, known as ARSA (Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army).
On Sunday the firm behind the beauty pageant announced Shwe Eain Si had been stripped of her title for breaching contract rules, in a statement that did not mention the video on Rakhine.
But in a reply posted on Facebook Tuesday Shwe Eain Si said these accusations were “groundless” and linked the move to her comments on the Rohingya.
One of the company’s complaints, the beauty queen wrote, was that she “failed to project a decent image of a pageant contestant”.
“Yes, Shwe Eain Si made a video about the reign of terror brought about by the ARSA militants in Rakhine State, but that was hardly qualified as a failure to project a decent image of a pageant contestant,” her post said….