Who will help the Rohingya refugees?

Sino-Indian anti-Islamism makes it impossible for the Rohingya to return home. The displacement of the Rohingya by the Myanmar Buddhist government was both deliberate and planned over a long period of years and it still continues. The first displacement was in 1978, then 1991, 2012, 2016 and 2017. Clearly, these events are the planned perpetration of ethnic cleansing and genocide. Why did no one act to protect the Rohingya? The simple answer is this, China and India have always opposed UN intervention in the persecution of the Rohingya by the Myanmar government. The long-term plan to forcibly displace the Rohingya has both geographical and economic benefits for the two major powers China and India. Bangladesh, the puppet government for Saudi Arabia and China, had no choice but to accept the influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh and as a consequence the refugees have experienced ongoing persecution.  Added to this, the UN is largely supported by donors whose business interests are entwined with the super powers. Whether the Myanmar Junta will ever be punished or called to account for the atrocities against the Rohingya people is a matter of pure speculation. Business first, humanity later!  In the meantime, sickness, hunger and terrorism reign free in the camps with no one willing to addresses the problems.