Do you recall the troubles between the indigenous Fijian population and the Indian population of Fiji (year 2000)? Mahendra Chaudhry had become the country's first Prime Minister of Indian descent. The election result and Chaudhry's subsequent appointment as Prime Minister angered hardline i-Taukei nationalists. His government's hints at land reform caused further alarm. When a group led by George Speight, a businessman who had been declared bankrupt following the cancellation of several contracts by the Chaudhry government, entered Parliament buildings on 19 May 2000, disaffected elements of the i-Taukei population rallied to his side. For 56 days, Prime Minister Chaudhry and most of his cabinet, along with many Parliamentarians and their staff, were held as hostages while Speight attempted to negotiate with the President, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara, who denounced the coup and declared a state of emergency, and with the military administration which took office on 29 May. src: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2000_Fijian_coup_d'état It seems that Burmese-Myanmar people/government are attempting to protect their "genotype"... (which may be considered as underpinning all racism...) It could also be said the same for the indigenous of Australia, mourning the loss of racial identity, culture and esteem. Genetic wars seem to be seriously evident in many places globally these days. ( more obviously so than has been the case in recent history) "It's not nationalism, it's genotype - ism" (pure racism ) Perhaps a symptomatic fear based outcome of globalization that is happening way too quickly.