28 May, 2017

A Monstrosity

By Rajan Hoole

Dr. Rajan Hoole

Dr. Rajan Hoole

Tamils & The Political Culture Of Auto-Genocide –XII

It is difficult for outsiders to understand the intractable nature of the LTTE however much one highlights its killings of its own people. Some basic calculations performed by dissidents after dividing those killed into categories such as persons killed for spontaneous village-level dissent, for inadvertent opposition to the LTTE and for active or suspected political opposition, places the figure at 8,000-10,000. If one also includes those who suffered directly from conditions deliberately imposed by the LTTE such as mental trauma, illness and those killed by drowning while fleeing LTTE control, the number becomes astronomically high for a small population.

Such figures as 8000 detainees killed by the LTTE may sound high to the outsider. However, take a few concrete facts. During 1990 the LTTE was continually arresting civilians and sending them to large centres. The LTTE acknowledged 2500 detainees at an information centre in Jaffna in June 1990, all of whom were non-political. From information received from a number of sources, we deduced that the total number was easily 5000. On 15th September 1990, the LTTE read out 500 names of persons executed to angry relatives.

We also have testimony from ex-detainees that nearly 1300 persons were held at the paddy stores in Thunukkai until about June 1990. Periodically, LTTE men heartily called out expectant prisoners by their numbers. They were told that they were being taken for release. The departing prisoners left with tears of joy, saying their good-byes to those left behind. Finally, about 400 detainees remained who were released. It was then that they discovered that the 900 removed earlier were not among the living. During mid-1992, prisoners in the Tango 5-detention centre at Koilakandy heard very disturbing confessions from certain LTTE guards. These guards told them that from the prison camps around Thunukkai during 1990, prisoners were taken into deep jungle by the lorry-loads. They carried out under orders the very tiring and monotonous job executing them, and they simply lost count. As the Indian Army pulled out from late 1989, well over 1000 Tamil National Army youths (mostly conscripts) and other civilians fleeing to India by sea were killed by the LTTE with help from the Sri Lankan Forces. Such killings were an ongoing process that peaked in 1990. These concrete facts would make 8000 killed a conservative figure (see our Reports 4-6 and 8-10).

Dissidents in the North-East point out that account should also be taken of the large numbers in villages who have been spirited away and killed for spontaneous dissent and of whom there is no record. These dissidents place the total number of Tamils killed by the LTTE at around 20 000. One must further add the 20,000 or so killed or maimed so far as young militants and the rising toll of several thousands of civilians affected by anti-personnel mines. This is a price paid not for liberation but for what, if it succeeds, would be a dreary fascist state.

Yet all this would not shock Westerners for whom killing in distant places that passes for national interest is, one way or the other, made acceptable. Such was the mass murder of several lakhs or over a million in the 1960s to suppress the Communist Party of Indonesia, which in turn installed the Western-backed regime of President Suharto. Suharto was deposed in 1998 not because of his human rights record, but because his economic abuses had destabilised global financial markets.

Though a mass-killer, Suharto was a common killer like soldiers in an undisciplined army. Far from being intractable, what he wanted was easily defined and, for more than 30 years, he was content being a model anti- Communist ruler, most obliging to Western interests.

Outsiders looking at the LTTE are therefore tempted to conclude that they have seen it all before. From the 1980s, conventional wisdom has advocated a peace combining regional autonomy with generous funds for development that would also ensure the good life for the LTTE hierarchy. Even as hopes were high from time to time, it did not work.

The LTTE is distinctive in having about it a peculiar excess that is not quite reflected in its killings. We mean by excess actions that go far beyond serving the pursuit of wealth and power, and are dangerously counter-productive. True, LTTE have acted as common killers when attacking Sinhalese and Muslim villages, and likewise with Tamil dissidents in some instances. This excess is rather reflected in the manner of killing and the choice of targets rather than in the numbers.

The excess is also reflected in the Leader’s conduct, and in particular his paranoia about security. In the Vanni, the leader maintains a system of concrete underground bunkers in areas from which civilians are excluded, keeping a 200 strong security cover around him. A transfer from one bunker to another involves an elaborate ritual with several moves to mislead. His food is first tasted by another. Those seeing him are ushered in after their personal weapon is removed by his security. This is not the style of a leader sharing a relationship of trust and affection with his people.

Equally remarkable is his disdain for the security of others, that is sustained by an exalted self-confidence and sense of destiny in achieving Tamil Eelam. Just before the Indo-Lanka Accord of July 1987, the Leader struck a hard bargain with India seeking assurances for his own security, that of his organisation as well as for regular financial payments. Two months later he ordered the suicide of 12 of his senior leaders detained by the Sri Lankan Navy over a matter that could easily have been resolved through India as well as by popular protest. Then by systematically provoking Indian Army and withdrawing into the Vanni jungles, he caused the death of hundreds of civilians. That was how he cared for their security.

Another of his excesses places him apart from the common killer who kills in pursuit of power and wealth. This was his murder of Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in May 1991. Gandhi was moreover not necessarily hostile to the LTTE. It placed the LTTE’s cause beyond the pale of tangible aspirations. The bunker mentality is intertwined with such actions.

This revealing incident was related by a disgruntled insider and published independently in Liberation Tigers. The Leader hosted the final farewell for a Black Tiger on a suicide mission. Noticing the boy’s artificial leg, the leader exclaimed with acute emotion, “Ende Rasa (My dear child)… is this the leg splintered by shrapnel?” Ironically, this was the boy’s ceremonial preparation to blast himself to shreds! He sank the naval ship Sagarawardene on 19.9.94 after the Leader had set the date for peace talks with the new PA government!

The LTTE is thus the kind of movement far removed from human aspirations. To survive, it needs systematically to target dissent, especially within, and rely on a network of spy upon spy. A particular root of its intractably violent nature is the fiction of purity.

*To be continued..

*From Rajan Hoole‘s “Sri Lanka: Arrogance of Power – Myth, Decadence and Murder”. Thanks to Rajan for giving us permission to republish. To read earlier parts click here

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    There are also a large number of Tamils who were set up to be massacred by the Sri Lankan armed forces and the IPKF, by the LTTE. They seeded incidents to provoke their opponents to go berserk, among civilians. This was a tactic the LTTE was very proud of and the dastardly results were of immense propaganda value to them. The LTTE propaganda machine made very good use of such engineered incidents. I wonder who many Tamils died because of such tactics? Should we mourn such victims or join the bandwagon to sweep this ugly side of our liberation struggle also under the carpet? Dr.Rajasingham Narendran
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      Narendran , The NESOHR – North East Secretariat Of Human Rights – gives at least 115 instances of massacres of Tamil civilians by the army without any provocation, merely for the reason that they were Tamils, since 1951 until 1983. Please quote instances of “seeded incidents” you refer to.
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        Justice, Remember for instance the massacre of the doctors, nursing staff and patients of the Jaffna hospital was carried out in October’ 1987 by the IPKF ? The LTTE precipitated it by firing at the IPKF from within the hospital premises! My mother, brother, gardener and neighbor were murdered by the IPKF was in response to landmine that was planted by the LTTE in the vicinity, targeting a vehicle IPKF officers were traveling! There is enough material to read on this particular aspect and I hope readers will also come forward to present their experiences. Many Tamil communities were also mauled down by the Sri Lankan army , after landmines were planted targeting them in the vicinity. Was not the Navaly church bombed after weapons were fired from within the church from amongst those seeking refuge? The SL armed forces and the IPKF reactions were of course cannot be justified! Further, an LTTE appointed body like the NESOHR, cannot be expected to expose the LTTE, as much as the government appointed bodies. Dr, Rajan Hoole and his colleagues however did a very commendable job objectively, during difficult times. ‘ The Broken Palmyra’ tells many a sordid take,
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          Justice, Find below an account of St.Peter’s church bombing incident by a British spy planted in the LTTE office, St.Catherine’s Road, London. His account refers to a LTTE video of the incident. I am only presenting it as information. http://www.asiantribune.com/node/6907 Dr.RN
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            I am surprised that there are yet no denials /rebuttals of the Navali Church, as reported in the Asian Tribune ( for which I provided the link). Dr.RN
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          Narendran, No hospital staff have said that LTTE were inside Jaffna Hospital. You have told about your mother, brother, gardener many times. There were many other peoples’ relatives too who were killed by IPKF. Weapons could not have been fired from inside the church – ? through the roof at aircraft. NESOHR was an independent entity run by Rev. Fr. X. Rarunairatnam and functioned from 1951 – long before the war commenced. Rajan Hoole writes from Jaffna in much detail as if he was an eye witness.
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            “21 October was the day of the massacre at the hospital. The Tigers were there: maybe it was a deliberate ploy on the part of the L.T.T.E.. They came in two lots. When the doctors had pleaded with them to leave, the Tigers went away only after firing some rounds widely and leaving some weapons inside. The Indian army came an hour or so later, at which time there was no retaliatory fire. But they stormed the hospital and brutally killed, taking the lives of the sick and those who were caring for the sick in and around the area. The killing went on throughout the evening, night and the next morning.”.- Quote from the Broken Palmyra. Further, I have to mention my family, even a thousand times, if relevant till I live. Dr,RN
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              Dear Narendran, The account in Broken Palmyra is wrong. Please state the truth. I was working at Jaffna Hospital at that time. LTTE never fired from within the hospital into Indian Army. This is a false propaganda by people like you who have a pathological hatred to the Indian army, because IPKF killed their relatives. If you know the hospital layout, you will know what happened. Earlier there was a road through hospital premises linking western and eastern parts of the road from clock tower. Later this road was closed and hospital premises walled off. LTTE knew this short cut, but the Indian army did not. There was a gunfire incident in the town centre between few LTTE snipers and Indian army patrol personnel resulting in deaths and injuries to few Indian army men. After the attack, LTTE cadres, ran back through the hospital, jumped over the wall and vanished. During the fleeing, they left the weapons to escape undetected. Indian army personnel who were pursuing LTTE cadres did not know the escape route, and thought LTTE cadres were hiding in the hospital. When they could not find any one of them, they went on the rampage killing innocent people. Altogether 28 people died – 02 doctors (DR. Ganesharatnam & Dr. Parimelalagar) on the first day and Dr. Sivapathasunderam on the second day), one matron, One labour supervisor and the rest were patients and visitors. I was inside JMO’S office for 24 hours and witnessed it. One doctor told me that he was lying flat on the ground inside staff toilet. Only when the officers of the Indian army came and calmed down the rioting rankers, the firing stopped. Indian army is also acused of massacres entering houses and shooting people dead in Kokuvil, Urumpirai, maruthanamadam etc.
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                Dr Gnana Sankaralingham, “After the attack, LTTE cadres, ran back through the hospital, jumped over the wall and vanished. During the fleeing, they left the weapons to escape undetected. Indian army personnel who were pursuing LTTE cadres did not know the escape route, and thought LTTE cadres were hiding in the hospital.” Even your version of the incident confirms that the cadres went to the hospital with their weapons. According to you they used the hospital for escape and were possibly hiding there themselves for some time and even left their weapons there. Can we blame the Indian soldiers for having thought that the cadres remained in the hospital? Were the cadres clearly not using the hospital and civilians as a cover? Do you deny that the LTTE used civilians as a cover repeatedly? “When they could not find any one of them, they went on the rampage killing innocent people. Altogether 28 people died – 02 doctors (DR. Ganesharatnam & Dr. Parimelalagar) on the first day and Dr. Sivapathasunderam on the second day), one matron, One labour supervisor and the rest were patients and visitors.” The massacre of course was totally wrong. “I was inside JMO’S office for 24 hours and witnessed it.” You admit that you were hiding during 24 hours in an office while the victims of the massacre needed medical care. Should not a doctor have provided medical care and should you not have tried to stop the massacre? How did you witness the incident from your hide out? Did you escape from Jaffna to a safer country as soon as it became possible? Please note that I don’t know your background.
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                    R K Raghavan “[Edited out]” Thanks for keeping it brief.
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              Rajasingham, You state “Further, I have to mention my family, even a thousand times, if relevant till I live.” That is a fair sentiment. However, remember you are stating this in 2015 about your family tragedy that occurred in 1987. But, just two years after Nandhikadal when families were grieving for the abducted, killed and imprisoned civilians, and when international intervention was sought, it was you, deeply in infatuation with MR regime, who pontificated that the Tamils should not look back, and instead forget the past and move forward. Remember that? Does that not make you a bigot?
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            justice, “No hospital staff have said that LTTE were inside Jaffna Hospital.” We now have the written “statement” from Dr Gnana Sankaralingham who witnessed everything while hiding in an office. According to this witness the LTTE cadres were inside the JTH and left some weapons there. Were other members of the staff also hiding in the offices and toilets while their colleagues, patients and visitors very likely needed urgent medical care? Had the staff not been provided any form of communication with the IPFK to be used in an emergency? Had the LTTE not been asked to stay away from all the hospitals?
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            justice, “No hospital staff have said that LTTE were inside Jaffna Hospital.” Wikipedia and other sources disagree with you. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaffna_hospital_massacre “3h30 – A shell fell on Ward 8 killing 7 persons. The chief consultant who went out with another doctor to survey the situation spotted some empty cartridges suggesting that persons had been firing from inside the hospital premises. 14h – The chief consultant’s attention was drawn to the presence of some armed LTTE men inside the hospital. The chief consultant went with Dr. Ganesharatnam and asked the group to leave the premises. The leader of the group agreed and the group left. 14h5 – The chief consultant was informed that another group of LTTE men had come inside. Dr. Ganesharatnam requested that the chief consultant go with another doctor to speak to the LTTE group and ask them to leave. It is not clear if the LTTE men ever left the hospital.” The above of course does not mean that the massacre was in any way justified.
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          Dr.Rajasingham Narendran “Remember for instance the massacre of the doctors, nursing staff and patients of the Jaffna hospital was carried out in October’ 1987 by the IPKF ? The LTTE precipitated it by firing at the IPKF from within the hospital premises!” Does it mean IPKF or any armed forces should fire back at patients and members of hospital staff. Where one draws the line? A revised rules of engagement may help absolve armed forces when they completely ignore existing international laws and laws of the land. Why do we need rules if they are deliberately ignored?
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            Dear NV. Neither can be justified! The cynical, cold blooded calculations and, blind, predictable and brutish responses the prerogatives of only man. Dr.RN
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            Native Vedda, “Does it mean IPKF or any armed forces should fire back at patients and members of hospital staff.” I assume that there was no need to fire back at the patients and staff since they were not shooting at the IPKF. If I remember correctly many medical students were supporters of the LTTE and the Indians must have known this also. I believe the story of the LTTE firing from the JTH. It was not the first nor last time they were hiding behind civilians in hospitals or near hospitals. Where one draws the line?” This is a very good question. I don’t know what the rules of the IPKF were. I do know that UN peacekeepers are allowed to open fire as self defence. What would you do if you were shot at from a place with civilians? Shoot back and possibly kill civilians? Be killed yourself to protect civilians? I am not saying that it was correct to kill so many civilians. Due to this incident there is a nice “shrine” at the JTH for anybody interested in history and different kind of tourism.
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              IDH, You say”I believe the story of the LTTE firing from the JTH.” Here is what Rajasingham cites “The Indian army came an hour or so later, at which time there was no retaliatory fire. But they stormed the hospital and brutally killed.” You want to blindly believe what comforts you – that is of course your business.
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                Kumar R., (the dot comma looks a bit strange) “You want to blindly believe what comforts you” I don’t really believe in anything blindly after what I have experienced. The JTH massacre does not comfort me. “that is of course your business.” Thank you. I never thought it is the business of others.
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              IDH, “If I remember correctly many medical students were supporters of the LTTE and the Indians must have known this also.” Perhaps not just some medical students, but doctors, patients and staff were LTTE supporters as well – and it was in support of LTTE that the Tamil coalition and various internationals thought it deserving to negotiate with LTTE. Your insinuation that the IPKF firing innocent civilians is somehow justified because there were medical student who supported LTTE is diabolical, servile and stupid, all at the same time!
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                Kumar R. “Perhaps not just some medical students, but doctors, patients and staff were LTTE supporters as well” True. ” – and it was in support of LTTE that the Tamil coalition and various internationals thought it deserving to negotiate with LTTE.” True. “Your insinuation that the IPKF firing innocent civilians is somehow justified because there were medical student who supported LTTE is diabolical, servile and stupid, all at the same time!” I already wrote that the massacre was wrong didn’t I? The Indians did wrong but so did the LTTE. Both should have avoided the hospital. From what I have read it appears that the LTTE was using the hospital.
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          Rajasingham, You state “The LTTE precipitated it by firing at the IPKF from within the hospital premises.” The report that you cite to substantiate your story contradicts you stating, “The Indian army came an hour or so later, at which time there was no retaliatory fire. But (please note the “But”) they stormed the hospital and brutally killed, taking the lives of the sick and those who were caring for the sick in and around the area. The killing went on throughout the evening, night and the next morning”. So, the IPKK came prepared to “go berserk”, despite there being no fire when they came? Is that your story? Can you explain on what basis you concluded “The LTTE precipitated it by firing at the IPKF from within the hospital premises.” Do you now understand why you appear prejudiced?
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            Kumar R. Be careful. Broken Palmyrah is our book. Make reference before commenting. I love you.
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      Rajasingham, You write “… provoke their opponents to go berserk, among civilians. This was a tactic the LTTE was very proud of and the dastardly results were of immense propaganda value to them.” A simple question. If the LTTE knew that IPKF was a disciplined military, and will not “go beserk” as you characterize, then LTTE would not have plotted to use that tactic? Correct? “The egg and the chicken” issue – right? Now do you understand why militaries are not just expected, but mandated to be disciplined. It is the proclivity for the military to use the tactic of “going berserk” that enables terrorists to use their own vile tactics. Where do you think the reform should initiate – at the terrorist level or the elected state level? Are the terrorists responsible for the civilian lives or is the State responsible? Would you know if the Jaffna civilians faulted IPKF or LTTE more? If the civilians in Jaffna are given the freedom to hoist the flag of their choice in their houses, which flag do you think will dominate — IPKF, SL or LTTE? You are the self-claimed ground reality expert – so, would like your thoughts on that.
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        Kumar R, “If the civilians in Jaffna are given the freedom to hoist the flag of their choice in their houses, which flag do you think will dominate — IPKF, SL or LTTE?” How about the flags of Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Norway, UK,USA and all the other countries where we want to emigrate? IPKF is hopefully history. LTTE is very likely and hopefully a movement of the past. SL is a sinking ship.
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        Kumar R. What has happened to you. You are embarrassing me by going berserk on the quote from the ‘broken Palmyrah’ by Dr Narendran. Broken Palmyrah got full publicity in the CT. By challenging the issues in the book you are causing pain and hurt for me and the great the fallen palmyrah – of my dear Rajani. Don’t upset the editor of CT, he will pull the publicity given-the great very factual book. I have told you several times not to succumb to the G&T when writing comments. Too much Gin will make you impotent. Be careful. I can feel the symptoms already. Please consult with me before you write anything like this in the future. Last thing I want is my Rajani being hurt in the heavens over your comment. I fight Rajasinghams but I am thankful for Dr Rajasingham Narendran for quoting from the book that is part of my life. I love you Kumar T to the extent of questioning you when you go wrong. What has happened has happened. Don’t get upset with me. Keep talking.
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          Nirmala N, “I have told you several times not to succumb to the G&T when writing comments.” I have noticed that the usually almost perfect English of Kumar is lately less perfect. Thank you for having explained the reason. “Too much Gin will make you impotent.” That is a fact that Kumar R should know. “Be careful. I can feel the symptoms already.” Is his impotence not a bit too private to take up here?
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            Rajasingham, Now that you found yourself tongue-tied after being exposed as a liar and a shameless bigot, and having exhausted the Rasiahs, Sivalingams, NirmalNs and the Ragavans,I suppose you had no choice other than to resort to hiding under a new moniker and show your true self – the gutter snipe that you are!
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              Kumar R. I know you are very hurt. Unfortunately, you brought this upon yourself. There is definitely identity crisis in these columns and be careful indications are already there that you are getting cornered and do something to avoid being exposed further. We can talk it over my love. Take it easy.
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      The 1983 landmine attack on the army near the Jaffna university- a highly populated area resulted in the 1983 anti-Tamil violence. On the following day evening the army went on the spree house to house and shot and killed the innocent Tamils in hundreds. Mayhem went through from Thirunelvely,Kandamadam on KKS Rd through Amman Road to Muthirai Chanthay in Nallur. The shop owner of Murugan Stores in front of the Nallur Murugan Kovil was asked to bring his ID. When he brought it from inside the shop, he was asked to hold it on to his face. He has shot through the ID smashing his face. There are many more provocative act by the LTTE dastardly response by the Army, Navy and the airforce. Even Lalith Athulathmudali admitted on the BBC interview when soldiers killed in booby traps and their body parts are thrown all over what do you expect from them? Indiscipline and Tamil hate played part for the forces to go against the Tamils. LTTE used this for its advantage and attacked the forces in the civilian areas.
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    Dr Rajan Hoole and Colombo Telegraph, “It is difficult for outsiders to understand the intractable nature of the LTTE however much one highlights its killings of its own people. Some basic calculations performed by dissidents after dividing those killed into categories such as persons killed for spontaneous village-level dissent, for inadvertent opposition to the LTTE and for active or suspected political opposition, places the figure at 8,000-10,000. If one also includes those who suffered directly from conditions deliberately imposed by the LTTE such as mental trauma, illness and those killed by drowning while fleeing LTTE control, the number becomes astronomically high for a small population.” Thank you for this reminder of how the reality was. We should not forget even if we can forgive. Where are the persons responsible for these crimes today?
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      The Rogue Ayer, Are you saying/accepting that Dr Rajan Hoole was an “insider”? If so, in what manner?
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    Rajan Hoole and Narendran Rajasingham are birds of the same feather. Both are pathological baiters and haters of the LTTE. Worse they were singing hosannas to Sinhalese government providing them with propaganda material by revising history. By exaggerating the LTTE’s excesses and understating the atrocities of the Sinhala army Narendran was singing the praise of Rajapaksa even after Mullivaaikkal massacre. Soon after the war, he made a hurried trip to Jaffna and painted a rosy picture of the situation in the North. Even today, 89,000 war widows are living without basic amenities. Mothers are asking the government to produce those thousands of Thamils who surrendered to the army on May 17/18 and subsequently killed. Nadesan, Pulithevan, Ramesh, Mrs Nadesan who along with hundreds of civilians and LTTE cadres who surrendered were shot dead. The ‘White flag’ massacre is a blot on the country. More than 100 middle rung LTTE surrendees were taken on May 18th evening in buses in front of their spouses and relations. They have been murdered and there are no survivors. These cold blooded killing don’t bother these two de-nationalized Thamils. I have a question for these two lackeys of Mahinda Rajapaksa who killed and then humiliated the Thamils who survived the war. Prabhakaran fought a defensive war against the Sinhalese army that was used and yet used as an instrument of terror/oppression by the Sinhala government. Prabhakaran is celebrated as a Hero by Thamils around the globe. No other individual has been revered like in modern history. The LTTE fought an uneven war, a war forced on them. . The Prabhakaran fought an uneven war, a war forced on them. His birth day is observed by Thamils in more than 40 countries even today.
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    Who was the Neanderthal to first invent Race, Caste and Religion? Humanity has been Regressing from that Point in Time!
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    Despite my distrust of the LTTE from the outset, I think that the LTTE signed the agreement in 1978 under duress. India had no right to expect the LTTE to play its game in Sri Lanka. The LTTE and JVP, and to a good extent Mrs B, were commendably precise in figuring out what India was up to in sending the IPKF here. None of the Tamil nationalists believed in mass struggle or popular movements. Each, from time to time, put its faith in a foreign ‘godfather’ who faithfully let it down when it mattered. The Palestinian people too have had rotten leaders from time to time. They have suffered much more than the Tamils. But the struggle goes on because they have been clear about their goal and about who the enemy is.
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    The LTTE terrorists had to be killed. Therefore also their supporters in the rest of the world. All you tamils are so good people, even the indian tamils (tamil nadu), do not help really their SL brethren in the refugee camps. All you eye witnesses, all you victims: you are liers in the first front! Because you never had been there, know nothing in first hand, just seed hatred among the SL communities… you always get the crop back you seede once… byebye tamil crooks…
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    Hoole, do not harp on the past. We know that you anjd y7our “clan” are anti LTTE. Talk ,about futureif you can.

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