25 Jun 2012
Burn Haram, Burn Ham,
Burn Books, Burnham
What's next from President Burhanmuddin? "Suicide of the Vest"?
And what's up with "Piss Christ"? Why not "Mohammed's Shroud of Urine"?
Just Passing & Muddin' Through,
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25 Jun 2012
"Wheresoever they burn books, there one day they will burn human beings" - Heine.
Oops, they do that already!
25 Jun 2012
A few fun facts about Manipur. It is a northeastern state of India; its eastern border is with Myanmar. Its western and southwestern boundaries are with the Indian states of Meghalaya and Tripura, which border onto Bangladesh.
It has about 2 and a half or perhaps 3 million people.
Of those people, in 2001 (the date of my Christian sourcebook, 'Operation World', which relies on a range of credible official governmental sources, national and local), about 58 percent were Hindu (i.e. more than half the population), 34 % were Christians, 7.3 percent were Muslims, and just under 1 percent were 'other'.
In other words, non-Muslims of all kinds made up about 93 percent of the population of Manipur.
I don't know how many more Muslims have gotten into Manipur, or bred up within Manipur, in the eleven years since 2001; quite probably there has been the usual obsessive fast-breeding plus illegal immigration of Muslims from Myanmar (those Rohingya whom everyone will soon be demanding that we view as poor persecuted victims), or from Bangladesh (Muslims from Bangladesh have been illegally flooding across the border into India for years; once they get into Tripura or Meghalaya there is nothing to stop them continuing on into Manipur).
Quite probably the Muslim percentage is rather bigger than it was in 2001, unless the Christians and Hindus have maintained a good birthrate in the interim.
But even so, I would guess that non-Muslims still have a resounding majority.
It seems to me that it is high time the non-Muslims flexed the muscles of that majority, and taught the Muslims to behave.
And if little Manipur wishes to survive, and thrive, it would be wisest to pack off all its resident Muslims to Bangladesh.