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Dayan At The Cross Roads

By Shyamon Jayasinghe –

Shyamon Jayasinghe

Shyamon Jayasinghe

These days the more Dayan Jayatilleka keeps writing his analyses he seems to be going down the drain. Credibility is the lifeblood of a writer and Dayan has been losing just that. I used to be an admirer of him but not anymore. Dayan’s only salvation now is to somehow wrangle a position from the regime of the Rajapaksas and languish until the regime folds up, which inevitably it soon would, as Uva shows.

I am referring to Dayan Jayatilleka’s piece in Colombo Telegraph captioned, “The Morning After Uva.” This piece shows the writer is unable to stomach the stunning result that the deeply rural voters have given against MR‘s regime and for the United National Party under Ranil Wickremesinghe. This is suggested, inter alia, by his interposing the statement that Mahinda Rajapaksa “deservedly” should win the forthcoming Presidential Elections. This inclusion is out of context and has the appearance of a forced entry in order to create an impression.

The UPFA victory is a mere Pyrrhic victory or a merely technical victory judging by the fact that the huge machinery of an established and powerful regime managed only – 18th Amendment notwithstanding – to scrape through while the hopelessly underrated UNP under Ranil Wickremesinghe’s leadership bounced back hugely to be positioned within a small striking distance of electoral triumph. UNP trounced the UPFA in Badulla that included the seat of high profile Minister, Nimal Siripala De Silva. They got their two majorities after the government had carved out three more seats in Moneragala at the expense of Badulla just before the election.

Harin stood as an example to Sajith who had all along being on the sidelines demanding position before showing ability. Harin Fernando  has demonstrated ability and deserves position. In this sense, Harin is more like Premadasa than the latter’s son has been.

Harin stood as an example to Sajith who had all along being on the sidelines demanding position before showing ability. Harin Fernando has demonstrated ability and deserves position. In this sense, Harin is more like Premadasa than the latter’s son has been.

The other significant event is that the JVP trailed behind very badly despite the talent of its new leader, Anura Kumar Dissanayake.  The voting reflected a two-party preference thus giving the signal to the general electorate that there is no place for small parties in Sri Lanka. Voters must take a stand either to let the regime have another term or oust the regime via the other major party, the UNP.  The problem with the JVP is that despite having a considerable leader in Anura Kumar Dissanayake voters will not digest the Orwellian socialism of the party. JVP’s socialism and Marxism has disappeared from virtually everywhere in the world because such an ideology is not practical or desirable. Marxism would continue to be attractive only to habitually stirrers and recalcitrants. Sarath Fonseka is on a dying curve and the sooner he realizes that the better it would be for his nerves. Sarath Fonseka is a national treasure having won the war for the country. He got into a tragic hole after the regime ungratefully put him away in incarceration. The option for him is to dedicate himself to the UNP and work against corruption and power abuse.

Dayan Jayatilleka doesn’t want to acknowledge Ranil, his pet hate, but the fact is that Ranil showed considerable self-control and strategy and managed to reach the voters effectively. He addressed hundreds of meetings and said the right things in statesmanlike fashion. He reaps rewards for the hard battle he had to put on to keep the party intact despite myriad Rajapaksa maneuvers and the greed of those of his break-away party men who could not wait for a UNP government. He also made a forgiveness announcement to all rank and file dissenters. Ranil Wickremesinghe has shown rare emotional IQ in all these Horatio like defense.

Hats off to UNP’s new rising star-Harin Fernando– who came out a great hero after having shown a rare boldness and organizing capability. He can speak in all three languages and he is a Monash Political Science graduate. Great prime leadership material for a party and country that lacks that. Harin stood as an example to Sajith who had all along being on the sidelines demanding position before showing ability. Harin Fernando  has demonstrated ability and deserves position. In this sense, Harin is more like Premadasa than the latter’s son has been. 

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    Well done sir.someone need to reply this man who dreams about foreign minister post in Sajith’s regime

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      This is what we the many CT commentators already noticed. All the past few weeks, DJ did not even risk to utter a single word on the negligence made by MR regime to the UVA provice, but immediately after the UVA results are reported, he restarted his campaign to go on mud slinging on UNP and other opposition parties. This is very typcial to charactor such of DJ – my aged parents would name it as KATUSSA – chamelian creature by all natures having studied the man (DJ) for such a long time.
      I have not seen any kind of so called self made doctors to have fallen to this levle as the man has been reaching to this day. Poor guy, may be dreaming to get posted to new destinations sending tea tasters or former army men from their posts retirement.

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        Mr. Banjiappu, This is very typcial to charactor such of DJ – my aged parents would name it as KATUSSA – chamelian creature by all natures having studied the man (DJ) for such a long time. I have not seen any kind of so called self made doctors to have fallen to this levle as the man has been reaching to this day. Poor guy, may be dreaming to get posted to new destinations sending tea tasters or former army men from their posts retirement.

        Were you away from Sri Lanka during the past 8 years? Have you heard of a gent called Prof.G.L.Peiris

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          Banjiappu is joining this valuable forum being out of the country.

          Thanks for your feed back. I cant compare GLP and his silly politics with that of self proclaimed POLI ANALYST cum katussa -DJ

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      Shyamon Jayasinghe

      1. “These days the more Dayan Jayatilleka keeps writing his analyses he seems to be going down the drain. Credibility is the lifeblood of a writer and Dayan has been losing just that. I used to be an admirer of him but not anymore. Dayan’s only salvation now is to somehow wrangle a position from the regime of the Rajapaksas and languish until the regime folds up, which inevitably it soon would, as Uva shows.”-

      Dayan should join Lorenzo, Fukishima and Avtars and other Shills in the cesspool pit.

      2. ” Sarath Fonseka is on a dying curve and the sooner he realizes that the better it would be for his nerves. Sarath Fonseka is a national treasure having won the war for the country. He got into a tragic hole after the regime ungratefully put him away in incarceration. The option for him is to dedicate himself to the UNP and work against corruption and power abuse.” – Yes Sarath Fonseka should, as a patriot.

      Shyamon, thank you for the succinct write up.

      The message of corruption, intimidation and the work of shills and liars ans stooges should be exposed.

      In Addition, these criminals are destroying what is left of Sinhala Buddhism and peace among the people…

      Victory for the people, Jayaweva Janathava.

      Regardin

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    Thank you, Shyamon Jayasinghe.

    I have stated all along, Dayan just wants a recall to the regime fold, ideally as FM :-)

    Sajith has been and will always be a failure !

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      SP would be a failure as a leader, but he can develop himself in the next decade since some like him and his DUGEE DUPPATH KAMA talks.

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      Dev

      “Sajith has been and will always be a failure !”

      Many years ago Sajith suggested that this country should adapt Buhmiputra system of governance.

      What is his contribution to this island apart from being the son of former politician and president?

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        NV ,

        Don’t forget he is a proud product of LSE and an alumina of some other US Uni and actively conspiring to defeat the common candidate theory at every possible way , so he is a perfect match for our ” political scientist “

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          Hi Srilal@, hope everything is going well for you and your family :)
          I was away from posting to this site for couple of weeks now. I really miss your valuauble comments. Rajapakshes have looted ourpeople as nothign worst could be the case to date. Please add your valuable comments, as I know yours are really balanced and give us a life.

          May more likely, I will travel to SRILANKA towards the end of the year.

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    Totally agree to ur view bicos Dayan thinks he knows A-Z of everything and he predicts the future. It’s better off if he could be a soothsayer. As for Harin he deserves to be the deputy leader rather than the one who ruins the party when an election is on.

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    Native Vedda is praising the UNP for losing!

    Check the election results.

    UNP lost.

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    Thalaivar

    “Native Vedda is praising the UNP for losing! Check the election results. UNP lost.”

    I have reproduced below my two comments for your information.

    Could you point out from my both comments that I said UNP won.

    Re read both and might learn something though I am not hopeful.

    September 21, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Mohamed Fazaal

    “This is the beginning of the end of MaRa regime.”

    Nopes, Ranil must have rigged ballots. May be the new Election Commissioner was unable to deliver it to the clan. There should be elections one after another until UPFA wins it with more than 65% of the votes.

    Advice sought from Abhaya, Banda, mechanic, wathie, sarojini, Ramu, Nuisance, thesha, sach, Dawn Dale, …… K A Sumana

    September 21, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    K.A Sumanasekera

    Does the constitution provides for the ruling party to hold elections one after another until it gets more than 65% of the total votes caste? If not the clan must seriously consider amending the constitution.

    By the way amending the constitution is not a problem.

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    Hi Shyamon,

    Do not commend Dayan. He tells us which ship is about to sink and which ship we should jump on to. We need to know too.

    Sweet of hm. He thinks we too are rats.

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      Kiri Yakka

      “Sweet of hm. He thinks we too are rats.”

      Please bear with me I am bit thick

      Are you saying Dr Jekyll and Hide is rat?

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    Knowing the track-record of the current regime leader, the future is
    foreboding. Ranil will have to be very very careful – a devious heart
    attack is possible – all natural, so that elections take a normal course…
    Thus the turmoil within the UNP being used to the advantage of the ruling incumbency?

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    Dayan J is more or less another useless commentator who will do anything to get the perks back from the regime or dreaming of getting from the Premadasa junior – who have dissapointed the masses a big way in making divisions and hardline and not working on a common goal for the party and the desperate masses.

    Ranil should make Harin Fdo the deputy leader and make the momentum going forward. Harin have done what CBK did for Premadasa Senior after becoming the Chief Minister of Western Province coming from political oblivion.

    Dayan J reminds me the infamous AJ Ranasinha of the sereppu soup fame and what a shame for this man.

    Wakeup Dayan J – the masses have finally woken up and there is only one way forward in here – get the Jarapaksas into a Chinese military plane to take from Mattala airport to Beijing.

    Chinese will do the same they did with Gadaffi and leave this regime in the last minute and Dayan J will be trown into the political dustbin sooner.

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      Matilda Ellepola

      “Wakeup Dayan J – the masses have finally woken up and there is only one way forward in here”

      I am not sure whether masses have woken up or not however one thing is certain Dr Jakyll and Hide never been with masses nor has he spoken for them. He is so aloof from masses he does not want to know what is happening to them at the grassroots level.

      He writes to amuse himself which sometime known as political masturbation and the positions he takes can be compared to political prostitution, thats what one would do when one doesn’t believe in principles.

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    “Dayan at the crossroads”?

    He is a faded memory.

    “It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.” Voltaire

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    Thank you. Shameless DJ, And he is trying to pin the UNP vote base increase on the Sajith’s non-presence presence at the campaign. He seems to be under the premise that above all the capable UNP second tier stalwarts Sajith is better candidate to move UNP towards victory. When Ranil was campaigning in fulll gear for Harin. DJ, lets analyse why should anyone in the party should make him the deputy leader? Sajith was absent from the campaigning for the most part, any support Harin got from people are based purely on his Charisma. If Sajith was a good team-sport and threw his hat in the beginning of the campaign, he can claim credit for the success( he actually pulled the party down) to cast a doubt among the voter about stability within the party. Besides Sajith in on Gota’s pay roll. I don’t think people have forgotten his Nidan Mankolla and sacrificing virgins in the pursuit of hidden treasures.

    Simply because his father was a good people’s man, achieved so many things to climb up in the ranks through sheer hard work and working hard despite all the social and economical disadvantages he had deserves credit. Why would be his son(just because he is the son of such man) be given the leadership of the party. That is again Nepotism that people of SL are currently so tired of. What has he done nationally or for the party to get the next UNP candidate position except he is the son of a famous polity. He sure doesn’t have charisma. At least anything to show for?

    If I were the party leaders I would suggest Harin for the deputy leadership, he sacrificed his parliamentary seat, he has Charisma, good orator, and he has a good vision, and he is smart and has better people skills. Roman Emperors always chosen the strongest man/warrior to be their successor, their own sons were omitted if they are not strong enough, when the time came to groom their successor. Who would feel like voting after seeing Sajith’s depressed face RP for his credit a pleasant elderly statesman. He should do many public talks to get rid of his media made persona and show his true self to the people.

    One thing we should give credit for is that DJ who is incapable, boot licker is good at is identify who the potential powerhouses are( that is the skill of all the useless bumsuckers).

    I heard that the salaries and perks the representatives get for being at UN is so huge even the high salaries people draw in white collar jobs in middle east looks like peanuts compared to what they can earn by just working for UN. So this must be what DJ is after. Perks or Foreign minister in Sajith’s term.

    IMO Ranil looks better than him hands down better Candidate than Sajith(he is so green). This guy is carrying water for Sajith and MARA now. and tries to curry favor Harin and Anura Kumara, hope they won’t fall prey for this dumb guy’s curry favoring trap to think he is a smart ass.
    What UNP should do is send out good new blood out into all the media outlets and let them show their oratory skills coach them well, so that people will get familiar with these new second tier leadership. Harin for deputy leader would be a very smart move. He has good organizing/galvanizing skills

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    Even before I came to know Uva elections results, Shyamon Jayasinghe’s email was in my mail box. That is something remarkable knowing the fact he is not a professional journalist but a brilliant ex-civil servant noted for his integrity and honesty. I sincerely hope Sajith Premadasa will take shyamon’s his advice in good spirit. Position should not be sought after. It should come on its own. He does not have the patience of his father who marked his time and waited to assume the mantle of UNP leadership. He had serious differences with JRJ, but had he crossed over or joined some other party or formed another party he would have ended his political career and never would have become the President. If you are member of a political party you should exhibit humility and poise. Never speak out of turn and never criticise your leader. Any differences should be ironed out within the 4 walls of Sri Kotha. Sajith made an ass of himself by making nonsensical statements and hobnobbing with Buddhist extremists. As someone pointed out that he being the son of Premadasa is no qualification to become a leader of a party like the UNP. The victory by UPFA in the just concluded election is hollow. Overall it has lost 6 seats compared to 2009 elections. The number votes dropped from 418.906 to 349,906 a difference of 69,000. This is an unprecedented drop of 23.82 per cent in a key provincial election seen as precursor to a possible snap presidential poll.
    And worse despite frenzied campaign by president Mahendra James Rajapaksa who took full advantage of the 18th Amendment fully.
    At the 2009 election, the UPFA won 259,069 votes in the Badulla District and won 14 seats. However, they have only secured 9 seats this time around. The UPFA`s total votes in the Badulla district as a percentage has been reduced from 67.79 percent at the 2009 election to 47.37 percent.
    Compared to 2009 election the UNP’s votes has increased its share by 98,437 votes. The UNP which won five seats last time around has won eight seats at the 2014. Thus the UNP, which had a vote percentage of 25.81 percent in 2009, saw its share increase to 44.79 percent.
    The UPFA has won 140,850 votes in the Monaragala District this time around. The UNP came second with 77,065 votes. The JVP was third in the Monaragala District with 15,955 votes. The Democratic Party was fourth with 2,874 votes. At the 2009 Uva Provincial council election the UPFA received 159,837 votes.

    While the UPFA has lost 18,987 votes this time around, their number of seats has also reduced by one. The UNP on the other hand has won 46,556 more votes this time than in 2009.The UNP which only won two seats from the Moneragala District in 2009, has won five seats this time around.

    It is also noteworthy that the UNP won the electorates of Welimada, Hali-Ela and Badulla, of the nine electorates, including that of Minister Siripala de Silva in the Badulla district. Rajapaksa has suffered the worst electoral set back since 2005. Cashing in on the defeat of LTTE has come to an end. Uva provincial election result shows the UPFA and president Rajapaksa are vulnerable. He can no more rely on Sinhala – Buddhist votes only. So this is wake up time for Rajapaksa and his family rule. He should now rethink about holding the presidential elections.

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    Remember that the UPFA got 51% of the votes and the UNP have to do much more home work.
    Harin made a big sacrifice and shown a way forward for UNP. I congratulate him

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    The great thing is the huge swing back for the UNP. The Grand Old Party has shown its inherent resilience once again. It is the only party that can bring unity and sense to our nation of different ethnic groups. UNP is also a good economic manager

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    Oh by the way Shyamon, I don’t actually have to “wrangle a position from the regime” (and I think you mean “wangle”, which is the right usage)– I would only have to pick up a phone and call. I have however, never done that in my life. Every post I have accepted from a Govt, be it from President Premadasa or President MR, have been on invitation, and even then I have declined several offers, including from the CBK administration when she took back the three portfolios.

    As Mangala Samaraweera among others knows as he was in the room, I declined the offer of Secretary-General of the Peace Secretariat in 2006. I have also politely declined the post of a Presidential advisor in later years, the Ambassadorship to Tokyo in 2009 etc.

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      LOL LOL LOL

      Stop it, you have been exposed.

      Maybe you don’t have to “wrangle” or “wangle” but have you actually done a honest day’s work …I mean worked for a university or admin without having on to a politician? Have you ? Have you?

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      But why dont you refer any appointments that you may have denied since 2009 ?
      Even if you have been almost like that Azwer- more or less ? Make us clear please why you while the entire academics disagree, still stay waxed to MR administration as if you were ziamesian twin of MR ?

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    Dev

    Are you being offered the post of UN secretary General unopposed?

    If you say yes, then I will believe you.

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      Anyone is more credible than this guy who vacillates from position to position !

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        Dev

        Dayan types

        ” I have also politely declined, ……………………………… the Ambassadorship to Tokyo in 2009 etc”

        Dayan saved our long established friendship with Japan. This is the only time he sacrificed his position for the good of this island, he put the country first before his own inflated ego.

        We all must be grateful to him.

        Dev will you join me in thanking him?

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          Yes, its a good ting he did not go to Tokyo !

          But all his rantings sound to me like that old fable….sour grapes …….

          “I did not want it anyway” LOL

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    DAYAN I have seen typos in your published documents,too; so it is trivial of you to correct one word of mind that has an added letter crept in.Stick to substance and not trifles.
    I tell you now, and everyone in this forum tells you, that you are hugely lagging behind the growing tide of popular opinion against the malevolent Rajapakse regime of crooks and deceitful humbugs, druggies,cronies,parasites and bums. Like a broken-down Hultsdorf lawyer you carry a poor brief by pursuing lost causes.
    UVA has shown the trends that only a stupid or blind person would not see. The regime will collapse like pappadam. Seek counselling and suppress your posts addiction. Spin your way out now, before it is too late, on behalf of the people. What matters is the well being of the common man.

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    DAYAN I have seen typos in your published documents,too; so it is trivial of you to correct one word of mine that has an added letter crept in.Stick to substance and not trifles.
    I tell you now, and everyone in this forum tells you, that you are hugely lagging behind the growing tide of popular opinion against the malevolent Rajapakse regime of crooks and deceitful humbugs, druggies,cronies,parasites and bums. Like a broken-down Hultsdorf lawyer you carry a poor brief by pursuing lost causes.
    UVA has shown the trends that only a stupid or blind person would not see. The regime will collapse like pappadam. Seek counselling and suppress your posts addiction. Spin your way out now, before it is too late, on behalf of the people. What matters is the well being of the common man.

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      Shyamon Jayasinghe

      “Spin your way out now, before it is too late, on behalf of the people. What matters is the well being of the common man.”

      When did he care about people and common man? For him they are simply simpletons.

      He is involved in the formulation of strategies and counter strategies for the forth coming “Great Game”.

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        Native@,

        how can he care about the people and common man, while not knowing how he manages to survive today. He thought goes on self marketing, nobody would utter a single word supportively DJ today.

        I have no doubt, even if DJ continously supports MR regime – like a dog is loyal to the master for entire life – even they would not post him any more. Dayan J is an another used condom to them. Rajapakshes in general have no brains and no visions. This is the reason why the external affairs today suffer as no times in the past. Tea business promotors, former millitary guys and rajapakshe relatives are the ones to represent the country according to MR regime.
        IC criticise the MR regime – except China no other country would help hand the srilanka any more. NOthing like more investors would enter to the country so long MR regime is there. That is crystal clear.

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    Shaymon:

    I totally agree with your description of MR and his Henchmen. But I hate to disagree that MR is about to fall. On the contrary he is like
    a Duracell Battery and will keep going when the others have burnt out and following is my take on Dayans analysis. .

    1) Uva Province is not typical of Sri Lankan electorate for the following reasons.

    Uva Province was created in 1896 and currently Uva is Sri Lanka’s second least populated province, with 1,187,335 people. Uva consists of two districts: Badulla and Moneragala of which Badulla is the capital. The diversity in the Uva province is a unique feature of the area.
    Many cultural and ethnic groups live in harmony in the province while maintaining their own heritage and customs. These groups include Sinhalese, plantation Tamils, Muslims, Sri Lankan Tamils and Adiwasee communities.
    Uva is in desperate need of development as it is the poorest province in the country under normal conditions (the war has caused unprecedented damages in the North-East but prior to war, the North-East was above the average of the Uva). For example, in the Western province per household income per month is Rs. 25,602 and the figure for Uva is less than half and it is at Rs.11,178. Individual income in the Uva province per month is calculated at Rs. 2,570 and the figure for the Western Province is Rs. 5,999. The development reaches Uva at a very slow phase and there are many villages in the province without any access roads, electricity or clean water. By 2008, when the Western Province boasts of 2,299 Industries registered under the Ministry of Industrial Development and Board of Investment (BOI) Uva has just 37 Industries.

    *** You are wrong to say : Perhaps the fundamental thing about the Uva result is that it demonstrates that the fundamentally democratic system –most importantly the electoral mechanism and the Commission of Elections– is working, notwithstanding the incidents of coercive electioneering.

    You cannot say Democracy is alive and kicking in Sri Lanka after UVA.

    ***The choices for President Rajapaksa fall into two categories. Firstly, timing; secondly, composition and profile. The issue of timing is pretty much resolved.

    If he delays beyond the first quarter of next year, the impending blow in Geneva in March and the perception of economic adversity can only impact negatively on his vote. Furthermore, he has to strive to repair the damage caused by Uva and therefore cannot be seen to back away from an election. Time is not on his side, at the moment. What this means is that he will have to hold the election before March. As for the parliamentary election, he will have to follow through with one, because a long gap between even a successful Presidential and a parliamentary election could mean a loss at the latter which would in turn weaken him even if he has won a third term. I disagree with you and say the following.

    1) Timing is of consequence as the rest of the Country is firmly behind MRs agenda.

    2) Impending blow at Geneva: In my view MR will use it to his advantage and whip up hysteria amongst 20 million RACIST as an interference .

    3) Damage caused by UVA: I hava already said that UVA doesn’t reflect the National Mood.

    ***If Mahinda wins the Presidential election—which is likely, and may I say, would not be undeserved– the parliamentary election may see a domino effect, which, combined with the regime’s ‘rough trade’, would restore political dominance.

    The above confirms the saying that “Leopard never changes it spots” and you are despite all your recent pretences an ardent supporter and an admirer of MR.

    4)In my view the Stumbling Block internally to a Third Term for MR is Sarath Silva.

    5) Externally the threat comes from the pressure by BJP which is beginning to tighten the screw as one can see from below.

    Resume talks with TNA, BJP urges Sri Lanka Sept 21 (NIE) Muralidhar Rao, general secretary of the BJP in-charge of Tamil Nadu, and Vijay Jolly, global convener of the BJP’s overseas affairs committee, have appealed to President Mahinda Rajapaksa to “immediately” resume talks with the TNA. An immediate resumption of talks is vital for lasting peace in Sri Lanka, they told Rajapaksa at a 45-minute meeting here on Friday.

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    I saw a most amusing video of a pre-election speech by Anura Kumar Dissanayake.He says government spent 300 million on loan to build the airport but the monthly income is Rs 16,000. Says Kumar, one can get that income by selling kadala.A marvelous speaker.

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      Yes buddy, I also watched that Video.
      They the JVPrs and young UNPrs brought good evidences proviing how Raja people do politics today. I wonder why the stupid people nevertheless support UPFA.

      This makes very clear that our people are very easy to manipulate. Most naivest people o nthe the entire world.

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    Dayan and Malinda are lost cases panting for the Maharaja who is losing his
    b–lls. Government backers at the periphery-business people, journalists, media- are the first to get detached. Then more ranks towards the center will get detached right until the very centre falls.

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    Malinda is, above all, mean unlike Dayan who only wants a high post from the Raja. See how Malinda tries to dilute the great triumph of Hiran Fernando and the UNP. And how he tries to belittle great war warrior Gen Sarath Fonseka. Shame this fellow Mailnda Seneviratne-[Edited out]. I have no respect for his journalism.He won the Gratien [Edited out]

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