Saturday, February 28, 2015

A yet another brilliant piece of analysis highlighting the role played by the West and India in the last presidential election!

In a brilliant piece of analysis by Dr. Gunadasa Amarasekara, one of the most prominent patriotic intellectuals in the country highlights how subtlety and stunningly the regime change project which ousted the former President Mahinda Rajapaksha in the last presidential election was orchestrated by the Western and Indian conspirators. This should be a must read piece of information to the 5.8 million people who voted for the former President Mahinda Rajapaksha. The whole episode was like a puppet show in which the onlookers were made to believe that "the puppets were acting on their own guided by noble ideals of Democracy, Human Rights and Good Governance".


The most striking observation of Dr.Gunadasa Amarasekara has been how Indians have employed Gandhiyan type of mass mobilization of Tamil people to achieve their goal. TNA politicians were in Delhi than in Jaffna in the last year. This Gandhiyan type of mass street activity was executed by way of making Tamil people in North & East and in the plantation areas of the central part of the country to turn out in numbers at the election and vote for the former President's opponent offering him more than 80% votes in most of the Tamil dominated electorates. Needless to say the immense role played by RAW in this regard.  


This outstandingly clever project had two pronged strategy: external and internal. While the West had been mercilessly vilifying the previous regime for alleged war crimes with passing resolutions one after another at the UNHRC India was strongly perusing the implementation of the 13th Amendment to the constitution aimed at dividing the country. The local lackeys ('agents' as Dr. Amarasekara termed them) of those conspirators were brilliantly executing their job given by their masters. 


The following few lines of the article appeared in The Island on 24th Feb worth quoting as follows:


"A desperate attempt is made to make us believe that the Rajapaksa defeat is not due to the minority vote alone and that a sizeable section of the Sinhala Buddhist vote went against him.


There was a marginal drop in the votes for Rajapaksa in the urban areas where there was a disillusioned middle class and a lumpen new generation brought up on the Television-Face Book Culture seeking a change- a changed for itself. But the vote bank of Mahinda Rajapaksa in the rural areas was intact.

It is also claimed that the masses in the North and the East voted for Sirisena to win back democratic rights, good governance, freedom of speech etc; It is also claimed that there was no coercion, no influencing, no canvassing. They were made out to be true democrats who had a mind of their own


A few paragraphs in the article that appeared in The Island on 26th February under the title of "Bheeshanaya and Dooshanaya" is also worth quoting   


"By now the Western powers have perfected the formula to destabilize the regimes they do not like by means of popular uprisings and demonstrations. OF course the criterion adopted is whether a regime is with them or not. The formula was perfected by experiments carried out in the Arab world. The time has come to export it to the East as seen by what is happening in Thailand, Burma and Hongkong. Sri Lanka would have been on top of the list for a long time.

What happened at the Free Trade Zone and at Rathupaswala, both ending in shooting were mini Arab Springs , though we failed to realize it. Though these mini Arab Springs did not gather momentum, island wide participation, they were able to bring the charge of bheeshanaya against the Rajapaksa regime. In fact the reason for advancing the Presidential election , I was made to understand was not so much the much maligned astrological predictions but the fear that the country could not be governed if these Arab Springs continued. Why the bheeshanaya charge could not get off the ground was because these were nothing new to the people who had witnessed much worse bheeshanaya, in 77,88,89.

The charge of dhooshsnaya .-bribery and corruption is a late comer to the scene, which is being paraded at the moment. This may be in preparation for the general elections.

As pointed out by Gamini Gunawardane (Sunday Times 2015/02/08) corruption charges have been their right along. No regime has been spared. As pointed out by Gamini Gunawardane, can anything be more farcical than the Finance Minister who has been charged for money laundering making a hue and cry against bribery and corruption?

Corruption charges take root in the minds and hearts of the people due to the economic factor-the disparity between the haves and the have nots. Helplessness and the envy it generates is fertile ground for corruption charges to breed. This is by no means an attempt to vindicate the Rajapaksa regime-more the so called development, the more was the corruption. There is no getting away from it".


The vital role played by NGO hordes in this project has also been brilliantly highlighted by Dr. Amarasekara.    


The conclusion of the article says it in style that sumps up what is in store for future of our motherland.


"Handing over the North and the East in the guise of a National Government to the Eelamists with the blessing of US and India would be the grand finale to be anticipated".

Friday, February 20, 2015

Why is the rally in Nugegoda on 18th Feb historic?

The Western and Indian conspirators and their lackeys here who orchestrated a very successful regime change project which ousted the former President Mahinda Rajapaksha(MR) from his office in last presidential election must be pissing in their pants. They are seeing before their eyes the last thing that they would have ever expected to see: strong signs of MR's return to rule the country again in less than two months' time since his ouster.

The massive crowd that drew to the rally day before yesterday in Nugegoda showed Rajapaksha is still a massive force to be reckoned with and has a great potential to be the ruler of the country again. In many sense the rally was historic. It happened at the backdrop of the following:    
  • The rally exactly coincided an event that took place 200 years ago: a beginning of a long dark era in which natives of this land lost their sovereignty for almost one and half centuries. It was 18th of February in 1815 that the British Colonists arrested the last king of Sinhale - Sri Wickrama Rajasinha. We are again at thresholds of losing our sovereignty to the Western Imperialists and Indian expansionists. Mahinda's return would help us to keep them at bay as he did for last ten years which was eloquently pointed out by MP Wimal Weerawansa in his fiery speech at the rally. 
  •  While an unprecedented and a massive demonizing progarmme has been underway against MR in particular and his family in general since his ouster from office in January purely aimed making him unpopular among the people. No past leader in the country has ever faced such a degree of demonization.
  • This massive crowed was witnessed despite the fact that non-attendance of the very person of whose behalf rally was organized. This is the first time in the country's history a defeated leader enjoys such a massive popularity. 
  • Virtually no prior print or electronic media coverage of the event took place. Even if such an attempt was made there would have been virtually no chance at all as media in the country is blocked for Rajapakshas and have jumped into the bandwagon of demonizing Rajapakshsa project. 
  • The rally was organized not by his party-SLFP but 04 constituents parties. None of the top organisers were heavy- weight SLFPers. Nor were the speakers of the rally. 
  • Participation of a host of patriotic intellectuals like Dr. Dayan Jayathilaka who read former president's statement to the rally. He highlights in his latest article the importance of the rally which he considers as "the birth of a national-democratic movement and the launch of a national-democratic struggle to establish a national-democratic government".
So the rally simply made a history. No leader in the country would enjoy such popularity in the hearts of ordinary people in a foreseeable future. However, Mahinda's come back is still a daunting task as the forces behind his ouster have been mightiest among the mighty. They will do whatever tricks under the sun and spend billions of dollars lavishly to make sure Mahinda is completely out of the scene. Attempts being made to haul him and his brother - Gotabhaya Rajapaksha up to the electric chair with the support of their local stooges are a part of this attempt.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

A must-watch video-clip (a speech) for every patriotic Sri Lankan!

Karuna Amman who was a diehard LTTE military leader defected the LTTE in 2004 and has been in active politics as a SLFP legislator since 2010 representing the Eastern Province.  His defection shattered the very foundation of the LTTE and could never recover fully. Karuna Amman who knew in and out of the LTTE was also an invaluable informant to the Sri Lankan Security Forces. His knowledge about the terrain in the Eastern Province which was under the LTTE gave a significant edge to the forces who were fighting Eelam war IV against the LTTE.      

A speech he made in the parliament some time back is in circulation in the internet in these days. It is indeed a must watch by any patriotic Sri Lankan.  His patriotism for his motherland far outweighs the pseudo patriots who came to parliament purportedly claiming to preserve the interests of Sinhalese Buddhists and are now staunch supports for a federalist Sri Lanka. His hard hitting speech was particularly aimed at TNA which is hell-bent to haul up the former president and his brother to an international tribunal for alleged war crimes.  

The speech he made strongly defending the former president Mahinda Rajapaksha can be watched by clicking to the following link on youtube.

Some salient points in Karuna Amman's speech can be summed up as follows:

(1)  Who fed LTTE which was almost dead after IPKF left and made it a formidable force to be reckoned with to wage 03 Eelam wars subsequently against Sri Lankan forces.  At the time of IPKF left Sri Lankan shores LTTE's strength had dwindled to some 350 cadres. With the supply of more than 5000 weapons by the then president it strength increased to 6000 carders in six months.

(2)  The vital role played by the former president Mahinda, his brother Defense Secretary- Gotabhya Rajapaksha and the Security Forces in terms of taking difficult decisions, planning and implementing respectively to draw a successful end to the war.

(3)   Reminding the TNA how IPKF raped Tamil women and killed the civilians

(4)  Questioning why TNA does not protest while the Tamil Nadu Fishermen were poaching in massive scale in the northern waters of Sri Lanka stealing vital livelihood of Tamil fishermen and damaging their nets. He went on to extend his gratefulness to Sri Lanka Navy for protecting fishers in our waters by arresting Tamil Nadu fishermen.      

(5)  How the standard of the school education, science education in particular after introduction of Mahindodaya laboratories , has improved in the North and East drawing an example of a student living in Wattala opting to study in Jaffna due to the improved standard of science education in the Northern Province

(6)  How the beautification of the cities in the country had been happening under Mahinda Rajapaksha government in Baticaloa in particular and other cities of the country in general.  The transformation that has taken place in Batticaloa spending Rs. 135 million is truly awesome.  

(7)  Strongly advising TNA not to entertain International Community  to Sri Lanka's internal affairs such as to investigate alleged War Crimes citing examples what had happened to Afghanistan and Syria which had been witnessing daily carnage.  He drew the example of how South Africa did not entertain so called international community following the apartheid and relied on their own internal mechanism called Truth and Reconciliation Commission of which Sri Lankan equivalent is LLRC              

(8)  What the Security Forces did in the final stages of the Eelam War-IV was a rescue operation of civilians not a massacre as claimed by TNA. LTTE made use the civilians as their protective shield.  

(9)  The importance of the presence of security forces in the North and East in particular and other parts of the country in general . No country in the world would compromise its National Security by withdrawing its Security Forces from the sensitive locations.   At the same time he reminded the special effort taken by his government to give relief to the Tamil civilians by withdrawing 05 army camps in Batticaloa  to resettle the civilians and give way the lands for farming. He also emphasized the role played by the security forces in rescuing and giving relief to the affected people in the event of a disaster strikes drawing his own experiences. He highlighted the valuable role played by the Security Forces during the floods in Baticaloa a few years back.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Two glaring examples to show how vulnerable Buddhists in Sri Lanka have become!

Would a Buddhist minister even dare to think to raid a Catholic Church in Sri Lanka?  Would a Buddhist minister even dare to think to open a road which has been closed for the protection of a Mosque leave alone the holiest one in the country?  

However, Buddhists in Sri Lanka haven't been so lucky. A Buddhist meditation Centre in Kadawatha was raided claiming that it was "luxurious" by the deputy minister Ranjan Ramanayaka recently while a Minister(non-Buddhist)  of the present government attempted on 07th of January to forcefully open the road in front of the Dalanda Maligawa, the most sacred shrine to the Buddhists in Sri Lanka and elsewhere. (The road in front of Dalanda Maligawa was closed after it was bombed by LTTE in 1998). This attempt was prevented only after Mahanayaka of Asgiriya talking to the hierarchies of the government.

The above examples highlighted by Nimal Premawansa, a former MP of Jathika Nidahas Peramuna at a press-conference today indicate in style the sheer vulnerability that the Buddhists in Sri Lanka are faced with. So the fate of the threatened innumerable Buddhist temples and archaeological sites strewn in the North & East and in other parts of the country is already sealed now.

It has truly been stunning victory for those who orchestrated the regime change of which the prime intention was to deprive Sinhalese Buddhists their due place in this country!  

A must read piece of analysis for 5.8 million who voted for Mahinda Rajapaksha!

Dr. Dayan Jayathilaka's latest article is a must read for the 5.8 million who voted for the former president at the last presidential election. At lease the last couple of paragraphs of it should be translated to Sinhalese and make them read.

It eloquently analysis what would be in store for those 5.8 million of whom sons and daughters laid their lives for an undivided and united Sri Lanka.  How Sri Lanka under the present regime would squarely and fairly be back to the time when it was under the British colonists is strongly pointed out by his analysis.

The conclusion of Dr. Jayathilaka's article which draws his point home very strongly is quoted below.  

"The Draft Proposals for Constitutional reform are vampiric in character. By draining the life-blood of and disempowering the elected executive President, the proposed Constitutional changes terminally weaken that which the external hegemonic powers and the pro-Western and ethnic sectarian elites find most dangerous, namely popular sovereignty. Instead of an empowered executive President elected from among the whole people, the most powerful post will be that of the Prime Minister elected almost certainly, from cosmopolitan Colombo.

In the end, the rural heartland of Sri Lanka would have provided the soldiers and the dead in the protracted struggle to liberate the country from Tiger fascism and reunify it, while Colombo would have provided the appeasers and vacillators–and regained real power. A recent photograph of the Prime Minister showed his ponytailed erstwhile Media secretary in the background. It was the same gentleman I recall from another photograph years ago as seated as then Prime Minister Wickremesinghe's representative in the front row of a Pongu Tamil demonstration during the CFA, at which the demonstrators scaled and destroyed the mock-up of the Jaffna High Security Zone. Ranil Wickremesinghe for one has certainly succeeded in 'Regaining Sri Lanka'.

The way the Constitutional changes work is to set up a new loop and circuit of power: the President cannot act except on the advice of the Prime Minister, and must always act on the latter's advice. Ranil Wickremesinghe will emerge as Prime Minister after the election. The SLFP will be in Opposition and will be controlled by President Sirisena who is in turn controlled by the constitutionally reinforced Prime Minister and his ally, ex-President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga (who sees herself as Buffy the Vampire Slayer). That will be the new power bloc. Any reader of Leonard Woolf's classic, 'Village in the Jungle' known how British colonialism worked through the system of the Ratey Mahattaya and the Village Headman and what kind of characters they usually were. If the Constitutional changes proposed in the draft document go through, Sri Lanka shall return to an approximation of those dark days. The West will control Sri Lanka through the empowered Ranil Wickremesinghe, who will effectively control the disempowered PresidentSirisena, who will control the SLFP in opposition and will act as a native mask

Monday, February 9, 2015

Ungrateful Northern fishermen now get what they deserve!

The northern fishermen who were ungrateful to the former president Mahinda Rajapaksha by voting against him en masse at the last presidential election finally complain that SL navy was reluctant to arrest poaching Tami Nadu/Indian fishermen and their nets were damaged by the latter as per this new article. In one of my posts on the subject I queried why there hasn't been a single arrest of Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen by Sri Lankan navy since 09th of January 2015.

Former president Mahinda Rajapaksha didn't bow to hegemonic Indians who have been brazenly violating Sri Lanka's sovereignty and depriving the Sri Lanka's Tamil fishermen's' vital livelihood. President Mahinda's this bold act made Indians furious and they took their revenge by ousting the former president by orchestrating very successful regime change project collaborating with the West.  This is only one among many bold acts on the part of president Mahinda who was determined not to sell his country's sovereignty to the arm-twisting Indians.

This brazen violation of Sri Lanka's sovereignty by Indians continues despite the present administration has generously been lenient towards them. The reduction of prices of small cars by the recent budget is primarily aimed at increasing the sale of Indian cars in Sri Lankan market, especially Marutis. Irked by one among many arm-twisting acts by Indians the former president deliberately increased the taxes for small cars a few years back aiming primarily at decreasing the sale of Indian cars in the local market in a tit for tat act. It also prevented Sri Lanka becoming scrap yard of cheap Indian automobiles.

The particular news item by an Indian media ridiculously claims that SL Navy was reluctant to arrest the poaching Tamil Nadu/Indian fishermen due to present president's upcoming visit to India. However, SL navy continued to arrest poaching fishermen from India while even the former president was on state visits to that country.          

My post on the subject which appeared on 26th January is reproduced below.

Have Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen stopped poaching in our waters?
Since 09th of January 2015 there hasn't been a single arrest of Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen by Sri Lankan navy. Have Indian freshmen stopped poaching in our waters? Or Have Sri Lankan authorities been turning a blind eye while Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen stealing our fish?

Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen were being arrested at regular intervals by SL Navy for poaching in our northern seas since 2010 and there had been no mercy on the part of the previous SL government. As was pointed out inone of my previous posts: "President Mahinda's no nonsense; no hanky panky attitude towards India is best exemplified by his strong resolve when it comes to Tamil Nadu fishermen's poaching in Sri Lanka's waters. The Bottom Fishing, the most disastrous type of fishing technique in the world engaged by Tamil-Nadu fishermen in our waters, would permanently destroy our fishing grounds. But no other predecessors of president Mahinda had guts to resist India's bullish behavior towards Sri Lanka".

This is the first time in post-independent Sri Lanka a government has shown its defiance towards India. This stance on the part of Sri Lankan government has made India antagonize to such an extent that newly elected Modi's government lamented that the Congress government had allowed a small and weak country like Sri Lanka to act looking at its eyes.  

As now increasingly becoming apparent India has too played a huge role, as same scale as the West did, in the successful regime change attempt in which former president Mahinda Rajapaksha was ousted in the last presidential election. This piece of information titled "Evidence of India's involvement in regime change in Sri Lanka" throw much light to the subject.

Apart from President Mahinda's pro- China policy which brought immense economic benefits to Sri Lanka president Mahinda's clear defiance towards Indian Fishermen poaching in SL waters ruffled quite a bit of feathers in the Indian establishment which has always been following bullish attitudes towards Sri Lanka. As noted earlier India has never been a friend of Sri Lanka and has always been undermining latter's sovereignty.  

No Indian Central government irrespective of the friendliest ever Sri Lankan government to come to power would ever ban Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen poaching in our waters as the Central government would hugely be under pressure from the state of Tamil Nadu.

The former president Mahinda's this brave act which ultimately cost his job was purely aimed at securing vital livelihood to the Sri Lankan Tamil fishermen in the North who have been deprived of their right in the 30 years' long Eelam war. Tamil fishermen, however, shown their gratefulness to the former president in style by voting against him en-masse ousting from his office at the last president election. Besides, if fellow Sinhalese fishermen from the Southern part of Sri Lanka had fished in the Northern Waters, there would have been a big hue and cry on the part of TNA and the Tamil fishermen. It seems to the Tamil fishermen it's ok even if their vital livelihood is deprived for generations to come as the culprits are their own Tamil brethren across the Palk Straight!

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

What a way to celebrate Sri Lanka’s 67th Independence Day with a National Flag redesigned by the Americans!

This article appeared in The New York Times with the above distorted picture of Sri Lanka's national flag has been reproduced and commented on by a few web sites such as Professor Nalin De Silva's and  Lankaweb . In their articles they foresee what the West and the USA are up to as far as Sri Lanka is concerned.  It is again ironical that we celebrate our 67th Independence day when such distortions are liberally committed by the Americans to one of our foremost national symbols.

Besides, this is not surprising too as we have almost become an American and Indian colony now following their brilliant regime change project of which aftermath sees an unprecedented amount of interest shown by them towards us.

This article by Ryan Goodman, a professor of law, politics and sociology at New York University eloquently details how Rajapakshas should be prevented from re-entering to the politics by by hook or by crook under the pretext of reintroducing "Democracy" to Sri Lanka. This is again a very good  early sign what would be in store for Rajapakshas if they try to re-enter to the politics especially in the upcoming general election. The West with their lackeys' help here would resort whatever tricks available up in their sleeves to achieve this goal even going to the extent of committing physical harm to the Rajapakshas. Billions of dollars would be pumped to NGOs and perhaps to the ruling political party itself. There will be an avalanche of social media campaigns against Rajapakshas demonizing them as happened before the Presidential Election and its aftermath.            

This article should be translated into Sinhalese so that the 5.8 million who voted for Mahinda Rajapaksha  at the last presidential election can foresee what would be in store for them.