MASS EXODUS OF CHRISTIANS: One Hundred Thousand Christians Flee The Buddhist Nation Of Myanmar To Flee Major Buddhist Reign Of Terror

By Theodore Shoebat

One hundred thousand Christians have fled the Buddhist nation of Myanmar to flee major Buddhist persecution, which includes rape, explosions, indiscriminate killings and forced displacement. The 100,000 Christians have actually fled to Malaysia. You will not see Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer or the rest of the Counterjihad loons, because in the Counterjihad propaganda machine, all religions are great except for Islam, Buddhism must always be portrayed as a peaceful religion, oppressed by the henna wearing bearded Muslims. The propaganda machine is a front to get us to ignore all of the evil that is taking place, be it narco massacres in Mexico, Buddhist and Hindu killings of Christians, or the homosexual rape that is going rampant in the world. The propaganda machine gets us to focus on one evil, while ignoring the rest; it wants us to accept Buddhism, Hinduism, Mormonism, and the rest of the evils ideologies out there, under this warped view of “as long as its not Islam.” Here is the report:

More than 100,000 Christians from Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, now live in Malaysia as refugees after recently fled their homes because of religious persecution, according to a report by TRT World, Turkey’s national public broadcaster.

“Myanmar isn’t safe for us. They killed people, sent people to jail because of religion,” a Christian refugee was quoted as saying.

Myanmar’s border states have been the scene of some of the world’s longest running civil wars. Ethnic minority groups have been fighting for greater autonomy in their respective states and have been resisting the military’s efforts to assimilate them into the majority Burman culture ever since Burma achieved independence from British rule in 1948.

While Burma’s politics has been dominated by the ethnic Burman majority, most of the country’s estimated 4 million Christians are from ethnic minorities who live in states along the country’s borders with China, Thailand and India.

Some of the ethnic minorities formed their own armies to resist attacks by military personnel, which are often carried out without any provocation. Military attacks include landmine explosions, rape of women, indiscriminate killing of people and forced displacement, according to the World Evangelical Alliance’s Religious Liberty Commission.

Myanmar was ranked 23rd on Open Doors’ World Watch List of places that are most hostile to followers of Christ for their faith, with believers regularly prevented from practicing their religion.

Groups such as the Ma Ba Tha, an organization of radical Buddhist monks, have reportedly pushed to introduce “Protection of Race and Religion” laws, which are said to build “insurmountable hurdles for conversions and religiously mixed marriages.”

Nearly 25 percent of all new refugees in the United States since 2007 are from Myanmar, and an overall reduction of refugee visas could affect such Christian refugees from Myanmar the most.

Meanwhile, two assistant priests in Myanmar remain missing since the Christmas Eve after they helped local journalists cover the bombing of their Catholic church building in the conflict-ridden Shan state.

The priests, identified as Dom Dawng Nawng and La Jaw Gam Hseng, helped journalists from Yangon-based news organizations cover the bombing of their St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Mongkoe Township near the Chinese border, which was hit by airstrikes on Dec. 3, 2016, according to Morning Star News.

The parish priest, nuns and about 1,000 Catholics from the area had fled to China before the bombings due to heightened tensions between the military and local ethnic groups. No one was hurt in the church bombing.

Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, whose party won the country’s first general election following 56 years of military junta rule in 2015, has been criticized for not doing enough to protect minorities, including Christians and Rohingyas, in the country.



  • Kevin Nicholson

    Just War as needed to defeat the many anti-Christs already in the world….

  • Anthony Palo

    Nobel laureate not doing anything? that award doesnt mean anything nowadays,(Obama was given it for doing nothing during the time). 100,000 is a very large number it shows the direness of the situation. Evil really knows his time is short. I am not surprised it’s happening in other countries when even in christian countries, Christians are being persecuted, that’s how bad it’s become. and will be more terrible in the future

    • susan

      I’d forgotten that Obsma had been given one.

  • Kamau41

    “The propaganda machine gets us to focus on one evil, while ignoring the rest.” This is an absolute sad problem and reality across the board these days….Thank God with the Shoebat team here, ALL evil is being exposed!!

  • Indian Christian Crusader

    Burma is a mix of ethnic majority racism along with radical Buddhist extremism, same as found in Sri lanka, where ethnic identity and religion are tied together. Attacks against Chin Christians, Kachins etc have been ongoing on Myanmar for over 50 years in the brutal civil war. It is sad, as the original Buddhist faith of Gautama Buddha preached love and non-violence and compassion unlike Mohammed who explicitly gave commands to harm others. Myanmar has actually had thousands of Christians killed by the former Military regime. No one talks about it much.

    • susan

      I pray the Chinese will help them. Ted is correct. I haven’t heard a peep about this evil from the counter jihad loons. I guess because they can only count to one. Shame on them.

      • Indian Christian Crusader

        Chinese government are the ones who gave a lot of support to Burma’s military regime and tolerated them. I hope the Chinese will come to their senses and help them.

  • Kamau41

    Amen Paul.

  • Shshshshs, this is a secret.

  • O yes I am. I want to rid the world of worthless slandering worthless idiots like you.

  • susan

    That’s an odd statement described as a question. Why would I be pro jihadist? Did you know that Jesus told some of His own creation that the devil was their father? John 8:44
    You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and he stood not in the truth; because truth is not in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father thereof.

    And read this as well.

    For the leader. A psalm of David.
    O God, whom I praise, do not be silent,a
    for wicked and treacherous mouths attack me.
    They speak against me with lying tongues;
    with hateful words they surround me,
    attacking me without cause.
    In return for my love they slander me,
    even though I prayed for them.
    They repay me evil for good,
    hatred for my love.b
    Appoint an evil one over him,
    an accuser* to stand at his right hand,
    That he may be judged and found guilty,
    that his plea may be in vain.
    May his days be few;
    may another take his office.c
    May his children be fatherless,
    his wife, a widow.d
    May his children wander and beg,
    driven from their hovels.
    May the usurer snare all he owns,
    strangers plunder all he earns.
    May no one treat him with mercy
    or pity his fatherless children.
    May his posterity be destroyed,e
    their name rooted out in the next generation.
    May his fathers’ guilt be mentioned to the LORD;
    his mother’s sin not rooted out.f
    May their guilt be always before the LORD,g
    till their memory is banished from the earth,h
    For he did not remember to show mercy,
    but hounded the wretched poor
    and brought death to the brokenhearted.
    He loved cursing; may it come upon him;
    he hated blessing; may none come to him.
    May cursing clothe him like a robe;
    may it enter his belly like water,
    his bones like oil.
    May it be near as the clothes he wears,
    as the belt always around him.
    *May this be the reward for my accusers from the LORD,
    for those speaking evil against me.
    But you, LORD, are my Lord,
    deal kindly with me for your name’s sake;
    in your great mercy rescue me.
    For I am poor and needy;
    my heart is pierced within me.
    Like a lengthening shadow I am gone,
    I am shaken off like the locust.
    My knees totter from fasting;i
    my flesh has wasted away.
    I have become a mockery to them;
    when they see me, they shake their heads.
    Help me, LORD, my God;
    save me in your mercy.
    Make them know this is your hand,
    that you, LORD, have done this.
    Though they curse, may you bless;
    arise, shame them, that your servant may rejoice.
    Clothe my accusers with disgrace;
    make them wear their shame like a mantle.
    I will give fervent thanks to the LORD;
    before a crowd I will praise him.j
    For he stands at the right hand of the poor
    to save him from those who pass judgment on him.
    * [Psalm 109] A lament notable for the length and vehemence of its prayer against evildoers (Ps 109:6–20); the cry to God (Ps 109:1) and the complaint (Ps 109:22–25) are brief in comparison. The psalmist is apparently the victim of a slander campaign, potentially devastating in a society where reputation and honor are paramount. In the emotional perspective of the Psalm, there are only two types of people: the wicked and their poor victims. The psalmist is a poor victim (Ps 109:22, 31) and by that fact a friend of God and enemy of the wicked. The psalmist seeks vindication not on the basis of personal virtue but because of God’s promise to protect the poor.

    * [109:6] An accuser: Hebrew satan, a word occurring in Jb 1–2 and Zec 3:1–2. In the latter passage Satan stands at the right hand of the high priest to bring false accusations against him before God. Here the accuser is human.

    * [109:20] May this be the reward…from the LORD: the psalmist prays that God ratify the curses of Ps 109:6–19 and bring them upon the wicked.

    a. [109:2] Ps 35:22; 83:1.

    b. [109:5] Ps 35:12; 38:21; Prv 17:13; Jer 18:20.

    c. [109:8] Acts 1:20.

    d. [109:9] Ex 22:23; Jer 18:21.

    e. [109:13] Ps 21:11; Prv 10:7.

    f. [109:14] Ex 20:5.

    g. [109:15] Ps 90:8.

    h. [109:15] Ps 34:16.

    i. [109:24–25] Ps 69:11–13.

    j. [109:30] Ps 111:1.

  • Indian Christian Crusader

    Where did Jesus say, Christians should not take weapons in self-defense to protect the innocent? He infact advocated throwing a child abuser into the sea with millstone around the neck. Paul in fact talks of Swords being used to punish the evil doer (Romans 13:4). Book of revelation talks of how 2 witnesses burn people up who come to persecute them, when they preach in Jerusalem about Jesus. You confuse pacifism with just defense. Christians getting involved in politics has never been forbidden by Christ, in fact, Christians are called to become the salt of the earth. We are not called to escapism, This earth belongs to God. He created it. He owns it. Even if Satan may run the show for a while, this earth BELONGS to God. Let us not call someone false or true Christian, leave such matters of judgements of who or who is not a true Christian to God. He judges, and you or I are not qualified to take His place to judge another Christian. Don’t divide the body of christ.

  • Indian Christian Crusader

    True. The original Buddha was just a philosopher and reformer he never claimed anything about God and He didn’t even know out of genuine ignorance about the Jewish God. He just wanted to reform society, get rid of Hindu idolatry, teach people to live a compassionate and humble life. He was born 500 years before Jesus. Had he known Jesus’s gospel, naturally he would have accepted it, atleast given his genuine desire to seek peace, love and compassion for all. He was not a violent man.

  • susan

    Oh please. “Filtered out and not for public to see”. Sighs. Comments take time to be approved. And please share with me what sources you used to draw your conclusions from Revelation. Thank you.

  • Cuzick

    Read Gods War on Terror please.