19 September, 2020

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Complicity In Local Corruption

By Emil van der Poorten

Emil van der Poorten

Emil van der Poorten

I have, more times than I care to count, made extensive reference to the corruption in the local government here: the Tumpane Pradeshiya Sabha (TPS), in particular. For “openers” let me say that the fact that this local version of governance cannot be excused through reference to what Sri Lankan history has (unjustly?) identified as an area populated by fools: the term “Tumpane modaya” (Tumpane Fool) hardly needs explanation in the context of the folklore of this country despite the fact that, like most broad generalizations, it leaves something to be desired in terms of accuracy.

I have watched, with what can accurately be described as bemusement, the havoc that this outfit has visited upon those unfortunate enough to live within its boundaries. This has ranged from profit being made by employees of that body performing “contracts” for the construction of service facilities while supposedly being those responsible for ensuring their quality, to unaccounted “disappearances” of funds intended for the reconstruction of a road destroyed by the very TPS’s vehicles. Remember the ten million rupee transfer of funds to fix a certain road, 5.3 million of which was not spent on that specific task? The frosting on that particular cake is the fact that the contractor who was supposed to receive the 4.7 million rupees told me that he would soon be suing the local body for a part of that sum which was still owing him despite the fact that had fulfilled his obligations in respect of the work.

My recently more frequent visits to the offices of this branch of the local government system and conversations with what amounts to the Chief Executive Officers of this august body have yielded interesting results.

TumpaneWhen I recently made a verbal complaint about the ongoing destruction to a road that had recently been paved by the TPS to the current incumbent of the Secretary’s position, she requested that I “put it in writing.” It certainly took a great deal of restraint to be civil while informing the lady that I had not only done so, literally, times without number but had been forced to resort to legal action at District Court level in an effort to stop their (the TPS’s) destruction of a public thoroughfare. What was interesting here was the fact that the lady in question had just taken over the reins of authority. Her predecessor told me on the one occasion I visited her that “this is the most corrupt office I have ever worked in” and expressed her need to be transferred to a less fetid working environment. (She obviously succeeded!) Interestingly, another government functionary who had occasion to travel daily in public transport with the lady who, three appointments back, was the Secretary of the TPS informed me that his travelling companion had expressed similar sentiments. She too, had, obviously, succeeded in leaving the morass that was the TPS office!

Road after Rs. 4.7 million repairMy most recent visit, armed with photographs taken that very morning of the destruction being wrought on the ten million (sorry, 4.7 million) rupee repair job thanks to (deliberate?) neglect resulting in the road returning to its previous decrepit condition was met with what could accurately be described as an inane grin despite the muttered confirmation of my claim by a subordinate officer in the Secretary’s office at the same time as me.

My efforts to induce those farther, far farther, up the political feeding chain that is supposed to provide “governance” to this area to rectify a disastrous state of affairs have not been successful over the ten years during which I have sought their assistance. I have been fobbed off with one excuse or another despite persistence “beyond the call of duty.” I have been told on several occasions when I sought to speak to the Chairman of the TPS, prior to that body being dissolved, that he was on some foreign junket with a politician representing our area at the most senior government level. If anything has appeared as a consistent pattern of response over the years is that when residents of this area have sought relief from the depredations of this particular Pradeshiya Sabha, they are met with a refusal to so much as concede even a lack of competence, leave alone far more serious shortcomings in the handling of public funds. You’d have to live up to the stereotype of the Tumpane Modaya if you bought into the cover-ups that this local authority has benefited from!

The $64,000 question (when the dollar was really worth something!) is, “Exactly into whose pockets is the loot going? Just one or several” and, if the latter, who are the other beneficiaries? After all, this kind of misappropriation of public funds doesn’t happen by one individual choosing to dip into the bank account of a local body. It hardly needs repeating that history has proven that it requires complicity of significant proportions for this kind of enterprise to be as successful and as extensive as it obviously is in this instance.

Who are those responsible and why are they not, at least, being investigated to ascertain where the funds suddenly appeared for them to construct as personal residences what locals describe as akin to raja maligawas (Royal palaces)?

Goodness knows we have had enough conjecture about the Attorney General’s Department being filled with Rajapaksa stooges who are slowing, even beyond their normal snail’s pace, the wheels of justice. However, there is a need to accelerate that process even if only to save the bacon of a government that came in on heady promises of clearing the Augean Stable but have been reduced to empty platitudes.

I know the 5.3 million rupees intended for our road repair might never be reclaimed. However, we need at least the satisfaction of knowing that those who have absconded with public funds are removed from the protection of their patrons and sent to the Crowbar Hotel, so that they might have time to reflect on the error of their ways.

A little note in closing: despite all the b.s. eulogizing J. Edgar Hoover and his “G-men” it was an innocuous accountant who was responsible for destroying that generation’s mafia by simply questioning where they got the funds for their opulence and lifestyles. Is it too much to ask this Ohey Palayang government to do the same when we seem to have a surfeit of qualified public accountants.

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    This commentator has the gall to talk about Tumpane.[Edited out]

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      Here is one more case to be investigated by the newly appointed IGP:

      Sri Lanka Megapolis official resigns over Panama Papers scandal

      Posted on April 12, 2016

      Excerpt:

      Megapolis and Western Development Ministry today said Ministry Consultant Vidya Amarapala had decided to resign from his post to facilitate inquiry into the Panama Papers leaks.

      …….

      lankabusinessonline.com

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        Botnets and criminal activity

        It is illegal for any person or organisation to remotely use and control another person’s computer without their knowledge or consent. Criminal penalties apply in the following circumstances:

        Unauthorised access and modification of data via a carriage service. For example, accessing another person’s computer to install a bot. Penalty—a two-year maximum prison sentence.
        Unauthorised modification of data via a carriage service. For example, installing a bot on another person’s computer. Penalty—a 10-year maximum prison sentence.
        Possession of data with intent to commit a computer offence. For example, possession of bot binaries and exploiting tools or installers. Penalty—a three-year maximum prison sentence.
        Producing, distribution or obtaining data with intent to commit a computer offence. For example, writing a bot code or selling a bot code. Penalty—a three-year maximum prison sentence.

        So fruck you!

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    Well, the only way to improve the quality of govt services is to grow a culture of litigation.

    Citizens need to sue the council when a pot hole is not covered up. The council bears the extra cost of litigation and cost of repairing.

    The council member who is responsible for the cock-up is highlighted and he/she is penalized for the error.

    The only way to shake the chain of responsibility is litigation. Unless there is fear of losing a job the counselors will be lethargic and unresponsive.

    All concerned citizens around the country need to form a civil society activist group funded by voluntary contributions. The group should look for lawyers who are willing to contribute pro-bono time towards suing the council.

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      Yes, Emil. [Edited out]

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      Vibhushana,
      easier said than done- litigation!!

      “to form a civil society activist group funded by voluntary contributions.”

      even in the UK they don’t get funding (legal aid) to sue the government. The reason being the lawyers themselves are lotus eating parasites. Pro_Bono is a form of mediator and will not burn its fingers in public accusation.
      the right thing for you to do (if you love you birthplace so much than your adopted nation) is look up the register of charity aid/donation for the specific issue and present them a request then they would ask you to give a detail plan on specific funding.
      If locals were to donate were to donate then its again a case of misuse by the operators of funds- vicious cycle of events.

      This is the cause of folk voting for party not understanding liberal democracy and multi-party system.

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        Bandito,

        This specific area is called “public interest ligation”.

        I have mentioned pretty much the same thing to Poorten below to obtain funding from public interest groups.

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          Vibhushana,

          I suggestion is on what happens when a community of folk at england get this type of money. They form a committee structure sec, vice pres , pres etc. they become possessive because it is free work and all become thick holding onto funds. Then one expert studying for PhD arrives from usa (he is a master orator etc) he organises lawyers, consultants and siphon’s away the funds and when the community gets wind he moves side ways- the poor folk who have just contributed £5 per year and amassed £1 million now find there is only 200k now they all want that money to start their own charity. then the secretary an honest (in the true sense of the word because he is shy)professor (a die-hard labour from working class) retains who takes him for a sucker and fixes a deal with the government department which is void- money is gone. All are happy there is no money and there is no committee.

          Assange case they are very rich individuals who are concerned about freedom for the present and future who hand that money and it carries tax rebates.

          Nothing comes for free. In the UK there is a charity directory most are jewish and family charities they are very rich and give money to other charities. The online version is an yearly subscription.
          Once the money flies out there is no recall. There enters the power struggle in man- how many are prepared to give their service?? No one is like the mother.
          cheers.

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    Pooty the troll

    No issues with your Durian trees today ? whynot stick under one till a fruit falls on your noggin and we dont have to deal with your nonsense ?

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      A-bhayagulla “dealing with your nonsense” is a good way of describing your own incessant bullshit towards this writer.

      You must have a major problem to write meaningless crap all the way from the US, not to mention your fake ‘patriotism’ and allegiance to the gang of criminals who were ripping off the country.

      Get back under that rock you emerged from and give us a break from the septic drivel you vomit every now and again.

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        Fake names abound , pooty has a lot of burger half bred brethren . Ha ha .

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          Abhaya, fellow if you cannot read and understand what Mr. EVP has to say, then take a walk………very long walk maybe until you drop dead somewhere. Racist monkeys like you should be exterminated from the face of this earth. If you Sinhala nationalist thinks this country only belongs to you, keep dreaming. This country belongs to all who live there………whether they came 4000 years ago or 3579 years ago or 79 years ago, who gives a shi&. The Burghers and all other minorities are not leaving the country. You could crow all you want and drown in your dirty tears. Tough bloody luck for you jackass.

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          Abhaya the one another pundit appointed by MR et al to save their bums.

          It is high time you guys to prove all complex of COMPLICITY IN LOCAL CORRUPTION.

          a) Maharaja et al started it with Tsunami embezzelment – was very clear – and ofrmer CJs cesspits permitted him to admit BEING ON A PUBLIC STAGE, with field marshal SFONSEKAR sitting next tohim – to have gone wrong with his false verdict

          b) Ministers were nourished wiht no go level perks as if they won lottos —
          please check the exponential rise of Wimal Buruwanse, Mahindananda, Jonsten fernando and the few ….

          ask you you guys your grand sons or sons -10 year old to check this as their home work – if anyone starting with lower income such as 2000 Rupees but to turn them as multi millionaires having serverd for a public sector job – the time period is 10 years.
          These boys and girls of 10 year age, will definintely come and tell you this should be a wonder… so long the jobs have been within srilanka and their incomes have been very less over the 10 years

          c)Then turning to Ape miniha (our man principle) – Meeharaka adminsitration has no boundaries when appointing his guys to any positions regardless of the expected experience for the positions

          1- Srilanken Airline chairman was a known playboy – but had nothing in his brain to put him in a place where would only be busy with beautyful stwardesses of the lanken carrier

          2- Former Washington Ambassador representing 92% literate south asian folks was a fool – his appointment was all because the guy is though non-qulaified person but MR s cousin. As almost everyone within MR s circles this man has nothing but his TEA BUSINESS experience within the US: In discussion forums the guy s behaviour was as if he got nothing what was being discussed or raised as questions- anyways, MR et wasted millions… dollar millions paying unncessarily to those american firms to draft the speeches and docs of the embassy – WITH LANKEN educated expatriates being all along silent- not paying any anti areations, they the MR et al could continue all the way until towards the end of 2014 – became very clear their external politics were similar to the handlings seen in Pettah mannig market.

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      Why you took that long to wash out the smear ? We missed your MR apologetic statements on the brave governancen of Alibaba and 40 thieves.
      Detroit people may be thatstupid to give you a chance, but wise lankens would never respect the idiots your kind.

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    “All concerned citizens around the country need to form a civil society activist group funded by voluntary contributions.The group should look for lawyers who are willing to to contribute pro-Bono time towards suing the council.

    Concerned citizens are already paying their taxes in different ways and there is no accountability from the government that is frittering it away.

    Will the BASL or for that matter Vibushna let us know how many any pro-bono lawyers are there who are minded to even fart without getting a fee let alone sue the council for free.

    All this BS from the likes of him is for the Tumpana Modayas who will believe in that sort of unrealities.

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      Will the BASL or for that matter Vibushna let us know how many any pro-bono lawyers are there who are minded to even fart without getting a fee let alone sue the council for free.

      Just one example.

      http://www.fjgdesaram.com/probono-work.htm

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        Vibhushana:
        I did take the trouble to check on the “Pro Bono” work that F.J. & G. de Saram are engaged in and there isn’t one project that resembles the need spoken to by the person whom you are criticising for calling for legal action by the public against local authorities who are guilty of dereliction of duty.

        Incidentally, I HAVE put my money where my mouth is and have taken the local council to court. Perhaps, you’d care to enlighten readers as to who else has taken such a step, “pro bono” or otherwise?

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          Emil,

          I am not sure if anyone has.

          Civil action as a collective is far more effective. There will be many other individuals who would be in a similar predicament.

          You need to put your thinking cap on to find them, and inspire them to join you in your endeavor.

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            Vibhushana:
            Entire communities are adversely effected by the dereliction of (basic) duty by these local bodies. However, the primary reason that these communities don’t seek legal redress is that, even collectively, they lack the funds to do so.
            In every area of their lives, rural Sri Lankans are too busy making ends meet, feeding and clothing their children among other things to have the time, energy, or money to engage the local governments in the manner suggested.
            If all the Pro Bono nonsense and Corporate Social Responsibility were pooled to help poor people get what is their due, it will probably mean a lot less publicity for these do-gooders but do a lot more for those who need such assistance.

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              Emil,

              The area you are working on is called Public Interest Litigation.

              Search on those keywords and Sri Lanka. It brings up a number of sites. An example is given below.

              CPA for example gets funding from overseas orgs to make these cases on people’s behalf.

              You can take things to another level too. For example you could form a registered charity called “Poorten Civil Actions” or similar and apply for funding directly from overseas Public Interest Litigation groups who are looking for causes to fund.

              http://www.cpalanka.org/category/public-interest-litigation/

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              Poorten,

              You could also run for Mayor.

              I think that is another fantastic way to fix the problem.

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                Vibhushana,& Emil van der Poorten,
                excuse the interruption. (I doubt Poorten would be interested in political positions)
                Take the classic case of Tsunami funding where Uk citizens were the highest. Oxfam Red Cross etc collected world record so much so that their site came down. The policy is the money is kept for the project for 3 months and allocations made and after that they move it to away from Tsunami projects any other part of the world. No charity giver then knows where the money went or how it is used. The freedom of information act does not apply to charities because it is a private body. Go down to the director’s home and see how live- that’s where the answer lies. The day environmentalist and politicians bought in the 5pence to shopping bag questions arose and the children’s charity was the first to get hit. When will the others be exposed?? The BBC had a series of discussions and the majority of the givers are angry. You need strong men like you and others who are prepared to sacrifice take the matter up right to the end finish it. I don’t like to boast neither do I want to show you my knowledge of literature- Yet I am a first England and Wales (it’s in the magazine and papers by anonymous) to take up an issue like this using my own cash and technical knowledge and when I was about to win I realised the accused charity director was honest but they put her forward so I did the monkey and walked away.
                No one off the association with funds amounting to ½ million or even the poorest die hard socialist came to help- I did not bother because it’s an experience because I knew they are flies and poor in many ways. The Aristocrat in the judiciary sent the cops to my home to arrest me and I was stunned because it has never happened in the history of me or family. When the cops saw the letter of authority that another member of judiciary but lay person of high standing had given me – they walked away saying we are sorry.
                Aristocrats speak nonsense; common sense is for middle class. Common problems are for common people.
                You know something it brings in much negativity to the mind that one has to meditate to get back the positive and I am not a priest.

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                “I think that is another fantastic way to fix the problem. “

                personal experience.

                I bet my bottom dollar they won’t attend it for him – now that he has angered them. But one day (may be 5 years) a smart woman with a dirt mouth would pick up Pootens work get paid by charity have the necessary political contacts and attend to it. She would also get a golden handshake.
                So it’s nice to see him with these articles.

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      Uthungan – with Vibhushana’s response, it looks like you have ended up the “Modaya” with your “unreal” assumptions.

      There are still a few concerned groups who are willing to put their money where their mouths are and perform pro-Bono representation for those in need.

      You should apologize for not looking before you took that leap (if you have any integrity at all)!

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    There are corrupts everywhere Emil. There are many who try to steal government land and claim rubber planting subsidies, like the one Minister Kiriella outed recently.

    We can all point the finger at other others, but as Jesus said, all our sanctimonius farts point at “the speck of sawdust intheir native brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in their own hymie eye”.
    Hey?

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      “Ganesh”
      Changed the nationality of your pseudonym, have you? Still can’t conceal the cesspool that parades where brains usually are in human beings, though.
      Is your reference to Kiriella with regard to my taking him to task (in CT) for bringing rubber growers to a meeting purely to boost his popularity? If it is and if your attempt is to accuse me of “false pretenses” or something of the kind, you’d better check whether his department didn’t, in fact, make the payment he should have in the first place.
      Don’t you have ANY respect for the truth?
      Oh, well, what can you expect from the porcine but a grunt!

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        The allocation of funds is made but before that officials have decided how much of it would be used for other projects and how much they would distribute among themselves. Foolish men fall for the trap- it’s been on in that island from 48 and you are realising it in middle ages. It’s whom you know not what you know that matters. Idiots go vote for party of donkey do give us a bright future. At best await MR£

        Every single contractor in the country knows who has to be paid at the top to secure the contract. Then when it comes to getting part payments every officer has to be oiled to move the payment file to the treasurer.- read a detective or 2 on mafia art. Big names like Nawaloka do big things on money that generally comes as aid, grant from abroad. Then the pecking order starts with payment to hegel egghead first president PM minister etc.
        Nawaloka has been paid for Carlton 1300 million etc.

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    What MrvdP chronicles is par for the course in many parts of this blessed land. Some more than others but all with a common factor in that the grubby tails at PS level lead to bigger fish near or at the top of the political food chain.

    Our native cunning is always on the look out for opportunity. In a land where many will sell their mother for a mess of pottage, filching from the public purse is but child’s play. AND, make no mistake, a fair number of accountants and lawyers are in as well.

    In our ‘what to do men?’ world, these have become a way of life. Many just endure the inconveniences. But those with a social conscience, like the intrepid EvdP will continue the good fight. Rightly, knowing a better way, all this is anathema to his very existence.

    IF only we had more like him, many of our blighted neighbourhoods will assuredly be better off.

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    Emile,

    “A little note in closing: despite all the b.s. eulogizing J. Edgar Hoover and his “G-men” it was an innocuous accountant who was responsible for destroying that generation’s mafia by simply questioning where they got the funds for their opulence and lifestyles.”

    True and I wonder can our politicians and others explain how they pay for their life style? Maybe nobody asks? From where does the money for staff, offices and vehicles come from?

    “Is it too much to ask this Ohey Palayang government to do the same when we seem to have a surfeit of qualified public accountants.”

    You have done a lot but have you made a complaint to the CID, FDIC or other anti-corruption authorities? It is now possible to make a complaint to the president who will send it to the relevant authorities. Fraud is a crime and should be investigated by the police and this does not cost you anything.

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      Lone Wolf:
      Thanks for the suggestion. Even though I’m sure it will entail working through the usual bureaucratic b.s., I shall check out the possibilities.

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        Emile,

        “Even though I’m sure it will entail working through the usual bureaucratic b.s., I shall check out the possibilities.”

        I have found at least two easy ways:

        1 http://www.police.lk/index.php/complaint-form or igp@police.lk

        IGP Pujith Jayasundara has promised to investigate complaints regardless of who is involved. He will send complaints to local OICs and the investigation will be followed by higher ranking police officers. You will receive a reference number and a contact who is not the local OIC. The idea is to make the local OIC do his/her work.

        2 http://www.dailynews.lk/?q=2016/03/09/local/tell-president-receives-over-44000-complaints

        Let the Presidential secretariat handle your complaint.

        “Tell the President” programme launched to address people’s issues has received 44,677 public complaints for two months since its initiation on January 8, President’s Advisor Sri Lal Lakthilaka said.

        The programme was launched on January 8 to mark President Maithripala Sirisena’s first year in office. It was started aiming to establish a closer, responsible and active government service accessible to all.

        The service is open for all Sri Lankans including those who are living in abroad. Public can lodge complaints through various means which includes by dialing 1919, posting a letter to Post Box 123, downloading the “Tell the President” software, logging on to tell.president.gov.lk website or email to tell@presidentsoffice.lk and by dropping a message to the President on his official facebook account.

        Lakthilaka said that of the 44,677 complaints, 25,053 have already been attended to while the balance 19,624 complaints are to be solved. He said the issues pertaining to various ministries are forwarded to relevant ministries for action.

        An officer in the capacity of a Senior Assistant Secretary is deployed at each ministry to deal with the issues forwarded by the Presidential Secretariat. Basically complaints are categorised for 10 sectors such as personal problems, common public issues, rural issues, health issues, educational issues, environmental issues, economic issues, complaints on corruption and irregularities, policy matters, new proposals and suggestions.

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          Lone Wolf:
          Thank you very much for that. I have some other urgent issues to deal with at the moment. However, once I have done so, I will follow up on your suggestions.

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            Emil, (sorry about the earlier spelling mistake!)

            Good luck with all of your activism.

            It might be a good idea to post any of your future complaints on CT and similar sites to create additional pressure on the authorities to act.

            In my opinion only outsiders will investigate and hopefully punish.

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    It is clear this man has a hidden agenda. Judging by his name, many conspiracy theories come to mind, but let us not go there.

    His complaining about minor administrative issues at local government offices clearly is not genuine. People in the area no nothing about his ‘campaigns’. What is point point in writing about these to a website?

    The CID and other authorities shouls focus on his ‘IT lab’ and foreign links to inform the public of the area so that they can act to protect national sovereignty.

    Woe unto him.

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      Sena Veddagala:
      Yet ANOTHER pseudonym for the same low life?
      I would welcome “investigation” by the CID – even the Rajapaksa acolytes in that organization – because unlike those hiding under a variety of pseudonyms I have nothing to hide because there is NOTHING to hide.
      Why don’t you drop by my neighbourhood sometime and check with the locals with regard to my involvement and support for their needs? It might be an eye-opener though I cannot guarantee that you won’t leave with a voice several octaves higher than the one with which you arrived.
      P.S.
      What IS an “IT Lab.?”

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      Sena Veddagala

      Civic man has issued a challenge. Let’s see you rise to the occasion.

      Let us see whether your cojones matches your big mouth.

      The worst that can happen is that you will leave with a big itch, but much wiser as to the trials and tribulations of the community.

      The best? As predicted, You will be able to take those notes that only our Latha Walpola has been able to.

      I cannot wait.

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        [Edited out]

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      Sena

      Durian & Vambotu are behaving as if they do not know that IT Lab is
      Eiffel Syndrome.))
      Next is ITPP- In the pakis petti

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    Upul, Being a neighbour (we owned those lands originally before Benjamin stole it through a keep)of this stinker, I can tell you that Pooten’s problem is “Faecal Encephalopathy” or plainly, Shit-in the-Brains. His recent attack of severe diorrhoea has worsened the situation. Arlene has confirmed it to the gardener.

    He has also suffered from variation of this too, Cranio-Rectal Syndrome also having his head up his ass.

    Sadly, the condition is inherited from the ‘chosen’ genes and is incurable, except when he makes his due to meet his maker, fairly soon.

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      Banda Halgolla:
      A few multi-syllabic words does not intelligence make as your language which speaks for itself shows!
      What are you going to say next? I wait with bated breath even though trying to trade witticisms with a half wit, no matter what the pseudonym, is a futile exercise.
      Your language of simple abuse and vilification makes any professional diagnosis of your terminal psychosis redundant. IT SPEAKS FAR MORE ELOQUENTLY ABOUT WHO YOU ARE THAN ANY PROFESSIONAL OPINION WOULD.
      Oh, well what can you expect from a descendant of a long line of usurers than this sort of delirium!
      P. S.
      What on earth is “diorrhoea?” I would suggest you ask your mother, when she finds your birth certificate, to give you a dictionary for your next birthday.
      Is “Sadly, the condition is inherited from the ‘chosen’ genes and is incurable, except when he makes his due to meet his maker, fairly soon” simply the disjointed outpouring of a diseased mind or is this some new exotic language that only you speak?

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