Leftwingism

The History of the Term “Rohingya”:

The word “Rohingya” is an invented term, referring to Bengalis of the Chittagong region who entered the Rakhine region of Myanmar, mainly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The so-called progenitor of the word is the older word “rooinga”, which was initially a term to describe Bengali merchants in the Arakan region before the term was co-opted by Chittagong Bengalis. The term modern term, however, is inherently referring to a political group and not an ethnicity per se, as the modern world is a compound word stemming from the Chittagong name for the Arakan region “Rohan”, and a suffix meaning native “gya or ja”.

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Capitalism has long been the subject of seemingly endless intellectual dialogue. While Capitalism has endured extensive criticism and support throughout history, it seems that among younger generations, the tides of intellectual normalcy are shifting drastically.

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