Skip to comments.Myanmar extremist Buddhist monk Wirathu calls UN envoy 'a whore'
Posted on 01/20/2015 5:43:49 PM PST by Viennacon
Myanmar's ultra-nationalist Buddhist monk Wirathu has called the UN's special rapporteur for human rights in Burma a "whore" during a public address in Yangon.
The leader of the controversial 969 nationalist movement hit back at Yanghee Lee for an earlier comment in defence of the stateless Rohingya Muslims, who are persecuted in the country's western Rakhine state.
"We have already made public our Race Protection Law, but without even studying it, this bitch [kaungma in Burmese] keeps on complaining about how it is against human rights!" Wirathu shouted.
"Can this whore really be from a respectable family background?" he asked to the crowd, which promptly replied "No!"
"Don't assume you are a respectable person, just because you have a position in the UN," the monk continued. "In our country, you are just a whore.You may offer your arse to the kalars [derogatory term for Muslims] but you will never sell off our Rakhine state."
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I like this monk.
Sounds like he’s already had the pleasure of meeting Samantha Power.
Or perhaps that moron who said Benghazi was the fault of Youtube!
I was expecting someone hotter.
Those are strong words, from a Buddhist. Maybe warranted, but I wasn’t there.
Gotta love this monk with an attitude. Meanwhile the Dalai Lama says favorable things about Islam from time to time. WHAT A STOOGE!!
He’s no ordinary Buddhist — he’s an Extreme Buddhist, but not to be confused with the Ultimate Buddhist.
The truth is the truth.
Anyone who stands up against the Muslim onslaught is “violating human rights” apparently
First, kudos to this guy. More balls than Boehner and Mcconnell!
Second, once again muslims are causing problems. They can’t live in peace unless the country is totally islamic.
I like this guy.
I don’t think they can even live in peace in an Islamic country because there are disagreements on how Islamic they should be (Taliban).
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