In die illo veniet - that day will come - a day will come, when all of the peoples who have been denied a homeland, after many life-sacrifices and failed unwritten promises of protection, will inherit a land to caller their very own.
Whether or not they are the Rohingya people of Myanmar; the Palestinian people of the Middle East; the Kurdish people of Syria and Iraq or some other indigenous or asserting people of elsewhere, in die illo veniet - that day will come when all of them will become secure in their homes.
And that ascension to the dignity of a homeland by denied peoples will not come via any charitable ort remaining from the dinner table of any privileged world order. Inherent homelands will be taken and won by the people, of the people, and for the people by means of sweat, tears, grit and blood.
People will die, people will suffer, more will be displaced, yet it seems inevitable given recent and long experiences of alliance betrayals and broken promises that that day will come - in die illo veniet.