23 September, 2019

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David Cameron Mobbed By Protester On Sri Lanka Trip

Protesters in Sri Lanka on Friday tried to interrupt a visit by British Prime Minister David Cameron to northern areas that saw the worst of the war between soldiers and ethnic Tamils rebels fighting for a homeland.

Zoomin.TV UK

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    why is the clown laughing.

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      With all the hectic obstructions to anyone visiting the north or getting access elsewhere to people with complaints of war crimes and other human rights violations what need is there for an international..or even a domestic probe into these allegation.

      As far as I am concerned the shameless and frantic obstructions speak for themselves.

      They pronounce a verdict of ” guilty”

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      Rama

      Great, however the pertinent question is why did Cameron commence his election campaign in Jaffna.

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    where is the Sri Lankan army?
    Has Gota given them holiday and lock them in the barracks to show Cameron that there is no army in Jaffana any more?

    now you dont see – CHOGAM
    now you see – Post CHOGAM
    This is no as CHOGAM contrick

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    What’s this mad rush to visit Jaffna to meet Sri Lankan Tamils?

    What’s wrong with going to Wallawatte or Cinnamon Gardens?
    And it’s also environmentally friendly.

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      He didn’t visit Jaffna to see Tamils. His visit to see the Sinhala thugs in civil. He show them and their murderous hands.

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      They havent been fully brain washed.

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      Since the battles and the atrocities by and large took place in the North and the Military is occupying the North, that is where Cameroon should go.
      Why do you ask just a stupid question when the answer is soo blatantly obvious.

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    This great footage , taken in flesh, when this is aired across the world by the various international news channel it will give more crdibility to Callum McRae’s Killing Fields documentary.

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    Where is British Prime Minister David Cameron he’s not in the Scene at all?

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    Rajapakse modaya playing with fire, Am I surpriced? nooooooooooooo becos he damn fool and Sinhala Buddhist modaya…what you expect…

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      J.Muthu

      Are you of the opinion that Rajabakses also nearing their political Mullivaikkal?

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    Wait for approximately two weeks you will see army and white vans on overtime while sky rockets are attached to cost of living.

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    Feel for these mothers who go all through this trouble to get some justice! They are never going to get their loved once back! It is a shame that there is NO internal mechanism to bring the perpetrators to be punished! WHY…cos all of them represent the current government.

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      Channel 4 white van story clearly say most of the missing ones are LTTE carders as their blood relatives confessed. So those missing people might be fictional characters.Only one whom I have concern on that video is that journalist Prageeth.

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    You have got to feel sorry for these poor mothers and family members. They want answers and it seems the rajapaksa regime are deliberately ignoring their plight, refusing to cooperate with international communities who ask for investigations, and seems to show these Sri Lankan lives are of no importance. The circus called CHOGM is going to open a lot of eyes, and so far the regime and their efforts to silence the foreign media, only shows that the accusations are correct. Foreign delegations are having a first hand look at how the rajapaksa’s operate. It does not look good.

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    Did our Ethnic inhabitants in Colombo 6 to 12 line up with placards pleading Cameron to allow then go to the liberated Land which is now totally under Vellala Rule.

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    Only mothers and daughters know the pain of not having their families with them. How can it be fictional? Mothers cannot act in dramas. People wake up if you know how your mother would feel when she has lost a baby..no matter how big or small her children are. There must be a limit to mock at people. Why talk about WEllawatte and Colomob 7 Tamils? Do you also want them to be have a miserable life too? spare them.

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