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.


lefroy said...

It's funny that you people don't yet realize that even if Mahinda gets to be the next Prime Minister, it's Maithripala who will enjoy all the executive powers for another 5 years. So Mahinda can sit on his ass in the parliament, and sell heroin just like D.M. Jayaratne.

lefroy said...

Can tell that you are an ITN viewer. Electric chair? lol. That's the funniest thing ever.

Could you tell me where this electric chair is, so I can go there and watch it happen?