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Ghosts Of Mullivaikkal Will Continue To Haunt The Rajapaksas Till They Depart To The Other World!

By Veluppillai Thangavelu

Veluppillai Thangavelu

The whereabouts of thousands of persons missing after arrest by the armed forces during the war remain unresolved. The government continues to give the stock answer that there are no persons in custody and, therefore, presumed to be dead and not among the living.

The mothers and relatives of the missing persons have been holding demonstrations and rallies for the last 4 years or more. The last one was held on 29 August, 2020 to mark International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances. They are crying for justice. 

They  are not much concerned about those who got killed by bombing or shelling by the armed forces during the war. However, they are deeply concerned about the fate of those who were arrested by the armed forces during the course of security round-ups in the North and East and then went missing. More specifically those LTTE cadres who surrendered to the army on May 18th, 2009 at Vadduvaakal witnessed by their spouses, relatives and other eye witnesses but not seen thereafter. In fact, the surrender call was made by the army through the public address system during the closing stages of the war at Mullivaaikkal.

Hundreds of LTTE cadres surrendered to the 58th Division commanded by Savendra Silva at Vadduvaakal/Mullivaaikkal in two groups. The first was on the morning of May 18. 2009 carrying white flags as previously arranged. Among them were B. Nadesan, Head of Political Department, Seevaratnam Pulidevan, Head of Peace Secretariat and Col. Ramesh, Police Chief. Also, an unspecified number of LTTE cadres and civilians also surrendered to the army.

The surrender was facilitated by President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Minister Basil Rajapaksa, Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa and former Lankan envoy to the UN in New York Palitha Kohona. They had full knowledge of the impending surrender of LTTE leaders and others.  An intermediary, former MP Chandra Nehru, was in communication with Basil Rajapaksa and Mahinda Rajapaksa. The following is an account of how the events unfolded prior to the surrender.

Communication (Sunday 17 May 2009 – All times Sri Lankan):

0846: Foreign Secretary Palitha Kohona to Nadesan via a European intermediary: SMS: “Just walk across to the troops, slowly! And comply with instructions carefully. The soldiers are nervous about suicide bombers.”

1529: Another SMS from Palitha Kohona: “white flag, hands up, walk slowly”.

Midday approx.: Nadesan calls Chandra Nehru MP in Colombo. “I will give you an answer around the evening, or anytime, my leader is instructing me, keep your phone free so I can call you”. [Shelling heard in background].

1830: Nadesan calls Nehru. “We are ready to surrender under the leadership instruction”. The rebel leader, Prabhakaran had given Nadesan and the LTTE permission to surrender. Nadesan tells Nehru to speak to Basil Rajapaksa to arrange, “full security and ceasefire when we come out.” Nadesan reports heavy shelling in their location with many casualties.

1900: Nehru calls Basil Rajapaksa. He tells him that Nadesan said there were 3000 LTTE cadres (including the political wing) and 22,000 civilians who wanted to surrender as soon as possible. Nehru tells him that the LTTE political wing and others want a ceasefire and security guarantees to surrender.

Basil Rajapaksa: “I am happy to hear this, it is anyway too late…I told you to tell them to surrender in those days but I will speak to the President and I will call you back.”

Nehru calls a number of embassies to tell them an agreement has been reached, including Norway, Britain, US. He calls Nadesan’s brother abroad.

1930 approx.: Nadesan calls Nehru. Nehru tells him that Basil informed him that the President has accepted their surrender conditions. The conversation is very difficult because of loud shelling. Nadesan says he will prepare everyone to surrender.

Nehru tries to call Basil back but his phone is switched off. He tries the President without success.

Nadesan calls Sunday Times journalist Maire Colvin in London (the call dispatched via South Africa). Nadesan says: “We are putting down our arms…We are looking for a guarantee of security from the Osama administration and the British government. Is there a guarantee of security?” Nadesan asks Marie Colvin to call UN Special Envoy, Vijay Nambiar who is travelling. The first time Nadesan tells Marie Colvin that it will be difficult to persuade the Sri Lankan government to accept a surrender.

Monday 18 May 2009

0130: Nadesan calls Nehru. He says the army is very close. In the background is shelling and small arms fire and screaming. Nadesan again confirms there are 3000 LTTE and 22,000 civilians who want to surrender.

Nadesan: “Why are they shelling?” He asks if the government has really agreed to the terms of the surrender. Nehru assures him they have. Pulidevan takes the phone and is shouting in panic, “Why haven’t you stopped the shelling; there are people dying and bleeding to death?”

Nehru: “Please don’t shout at me, I am not the one shelling you!”

Pulidevan: “You said they were going to stop the shelling. Are you sure they are going to accept the surrender?’

Nehru: “Yes!”

Pulidevan: “We will call you back.”

0145: Nadesan calls Nehru to see if there’s any news from the government which there is not. Nadesan says he is in direct contact with Washington.

0156: Basil phones Nehru: “We have arranged everything. How do we identify those surrendering?”
Nehru suggests a white flag.

Basil: “Ok. I will mention this to the President.”

Nehru: “Please arrange a ceasefire and they would like me to attend there when they surrender.”

Basil: “Ok we will see.”

0330: Pulidevan calls Tomas Stangland in Oslo to ask for help (at midnight Norwegian time). He also calls Tore Hattrem, the Norwegian Ambassador to Sri Lanka. [Press reports that Pulidevan spoke to Erik Solheim that night is incorrect.] Nadesan calls his brother in London to say he’s surrendering; he says there are 1000 injured rebels stranded with him.

0409: Palitha Kohona is informed by SMS that Pulidevan and Nadesan want to surrender together with approximately 40 LTTE cadres.

0436: Nadesan calls Nehru who relays what Basil said to him at 0156 and instructs Nadesan to hoist a white flag. Nadesan asks if Nehru will be there when he surrenders and he says yes.

Pulidevan calls Tomas Stangland in Oslo again – late night Norway time.

0500: Nadesan calls Nehru back to say they are taking heavy casualties.

0511: Nadesan calls Nehru again hoping for news. Shelling and gunfire are still audible.

0528: Nehru calls the US Embassy who tell him the Americans are working on the surrender and are deeply concerned.

0530: Marie Colvin wakes up Vijay Nambiar. He tells Colvin that he’s received assurances from the Sri Lankan President that the surrendering Tigers will be safe and there’s therefore no need for him to go to oversee the surrender. She questions him on the wisdom of this decision.

0551: The UK Embassy’s second secretary calls Nehru who explains the situation. The diplomat says, “We have urged the government to accept the surrender and there is huge international attention on the conflict. It is vital that the civilians get out so we would encourage them to raise the white flag.”

0545: Marie Colvin calls Nehru. She agrees to call Nambiar again.

0556: SMS from Palitha Kohona to European intermediary: “Thanks.” in reply to 0409 SMS.

0602: Nadesan calls Nehru for news. There is none. He says the casualties are very heavy. Nehru gives Nadesan the telephone number of Basil Rajapaksa to call directly. They can speak to each other in English.

0609: Pulidevan calls his European intermediary to say he’s about to set off for the bridge. He keeps the line open for a couple of minutes and then the satellite connection cuts off. This was most probably his last call though he also reportedly spoke to his sister in law in Canada around this time.

0610: Nehru speaks to President Mahinda Rajapaksa who says he has consulted the defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa and all the plans are in place for the surrender which the government is willing to accept. Nehru offers to go and supervise the surrender but the President says, “No our army is very generous and disciplined. There is no need for you to go to a war zone. You don’t need to put your life at risk”. Mahinda Rajapaksa tells Nadesan to call his brother Gotabaya on his direct number. Nehru is reluctant. The President says: “Ok, speak to Basil”. Mahinda is clear he has given the order to his brother Gotabaya to accept the surrender and protect their lives.

0620: Basil calls Nehru and says he has spoke to Nadesan and told him everything will be ok and his surrender will be accepted. “Waive a white flag and hold it very high” he tells him. Basil gives instructions on the route to take. He says the 3000 LTTE are to come separately from the civilians.

0620-30 approx.: Nehru calls Nadesan and hears gunfire in the background. He tells them to keep the line open but it drops off.

Nadesan: “We are ready. I’m going to walk out and hoist the white flag.”

Nehru: “Hoist it high, brother – they need to see it I will see you in the evening.”

0646: Kohona has been informed that Pulidevan and Nadesan are on their way to the bridge and replies by SMS: “That is very good news. Now let us rebuild the country and the shattered lives of all our people.”

0656-0700: Basil phones Nehru from his mobile phone. He tells Nehru to ask Nadesan why some LTTE are firing at the army. The implication is Nadesan and group are caught in crossfire. Basil orders Nehru to keep his mouth shut and not to talk to anyone about what has happened, especially internationals. Nehru gives Basil Nadesan’s satellite phone number and suggests he calls him directly.

0800: Johnston Fernando MP tells Nehru that Nadesan and the others are all dead. The source is a friend who is a commando in the security forces. Fernando calls his friend on speaker phone who says the LTTE leaders surrendered, accepted tea and were then beaten. Nadesan’s wife begged them in Sinhalese  to stop shooting as they surrendered. However, they were all shot by the commandos. (http://white-flags.org/)

The UN Human Rights Commissioner’s Office Investigation on Sri Lanka (OISL) report has documented in detail the sequence of events in which several senior leaders of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) who surrendered with white flags according to pre- arranged terms of surrender were summarily executed.

Photos and video clips showed their bodies lying on the ground with burnt marks and gunshot injuries. One video clipped showed a terrified Col. Ramesh interrogated by army personnel.

The second group surrendered on the evening of May 18, 2009  at Vadduvaakal to the same 58th army division. Surrenders included Elilan, Yogi, Rathnathurai, Balakumar and another 50 odd cadres. They were herded in CTB buses in the presence of their spouses, friends and the public and taken away by soldiers.  They were told that the LTTE personnel were being taken for a short inquiry and will be released soon.

However, they were not seen again. A photograph of Balakumar and his son seated in a bench inside an army camp was published in the media. A soldier carrying a rifle was seen in the background. All these cadres were never seen again.

Rumour had it that all of them were summarily executed, some crushed using cement grinding machines.

There was also a third batch in which parents handed over their sons and daughters at Joseph Camp at Omanthai who disappeared thereafter.

The government shamefully continue to deny the extra-judicial killings of the surrenders despite overwhelming evidence of their surrender to the army. Gotabaya Rajapaksa claimed that those who surrendered were handed over to the Ministry of Rehabilitation. However, the government and the army have steadfastly refused to hand over the list of persons who surrendered at Vadduvaakal on May 18, 2009. 

For days, tens of thousands of exhausted frightened survivors of the war had been pouring over the Vadduvaakal Bridge – a long narrow earthen walkway over the lagoon. The army controlled the bridge and detained all those who surrendered on the southern side. In the aftermath of the intense fighting there were still corpses lying around.

One survivor said, “I crossed the bridge at 0130 on 18 May. The Sri Lankan army put up beams of light in the sky to help us see. There were dead bodies on both sides of the road and in the middle and I saw a great number of bodies floating in the

President Gotabaya who was then the  Secretary to the Ministry of Defence claims no LTTE cadres surrendered to the army. Since their bodies were not found they must be presumed dead. This is a lame excuse to hide a heinous war crime committed under the watch of Gotabaya, Mahinda Rajapaksa,  Savendra Silva  and other top army commanders. These are the people who are holding the secrets regarding the disappearances.

Yasmin Zooka on behalf of the International Truth and Justice Project – Sri Lanka (ITJP) has released a list of 110 disappeared people seen surrendering to the Sri Lankan armed forces by eyewitnesses in May 18, 2009. A press release said “The ITJP wishes the family members and relatives of the surrenders to know that there are eyewitnesses to the surrender of their loved ones to the military on  May 18, 2009.

The government of President Rajapaksa had backtracked on implementing UNHRC Res.30-1 of October 2015 on Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka.

Clause 6 of the Resolution read as follows:

Welcomes the recognition by the Government of Sri Lanka that accountability is essential to uphold the rule of law and to build confidence in the people of all communities of Sri Lanka in the justice system, notes with appreciation the proposal of the Government of Sri Lanka to establish a judicial mechanism with a special counsel to investigate allegations of violations and abuses of human rights and violations of international humanitarian law, as applicable; affirms that a credible justice process should include independent judicial and prosecutorial institutions led by individuals known for their integrity and impartiality; and also affirms in this regard the importance of participation in a Sri Lankan judicial mechanism, including the special counsel’s office, of Commonwealth and other foreign judges, defense lawyers and authorized prosecutors and investigators. 

Clause 7 read as follows:

“Encourages the Government of Sri Lanka to reform its domestic law to ensure that it can implement effectively its own commitments, the recommendations made in the report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, as well as the recommendations of the report of the Office of the High Commissioner,1 including by allowing for, in a manner consistent with its international obligations, the trial and punishment of those most responsible for the full range of crimes under the general principles of law recognized by the community of nations relevant to violations and abuses of human rights and violations of international humanitarian law, including during the period covered by the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission. 

Despite denial by the Rajapaksas the ghosts of Mullivaaikkal will continue to haunt them till they depart to the other world!    

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  • 18
    39

    Not true.

    On the contrary. Rajapaksas will be taking the war victory to the grave (and possibly beyond). Plenty of justifications for May 2009.

  • 12
    33

    There is a proverb in SL – you bulldoze a cemetery because you fear no ghost.

    • 19
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      GATAM

      ” you bulldoze a cemetery because you fear no ghost.”

      On the contrary you bulldoze a cemetery hoping to get rid of the ghost because you believe in and fear ghost. It is as wise people in this forum have already known that you are stupid and a coward both at the same time.

      If you want to fear you fear your wife/partner, your lender/creditor, Gota’s Ranaviruses, …… in that order not ghost.

      • 9
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        The war killed 32,000 Sri Lankans (24,000 soldiers and 8,000 civilians) for 26 years. That is an average of 1,231 a year.

        By winning the war in 2009, over 13,538 Sri Lankan lives have been saved so far. That is a highly meritorious act.

        I do not like Rajapaksas a bit. I despise them. I don’t want them to rule SL. But I call a spade a spade. A meritorious act is a meritorious act no matter who did it and a sin is a sin no matter who did it.

        Karma will have its day against those who killed 32,000 Sri Lankans including those who financed the killers.

        • 14
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          GATAM

          “Karma will have its day against those who killed 32,000 Sri Lankans including those who financed the killers.”

          What is Karma?

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        NV
        Contents of this article is a damaging indictment against India. There was a RAW agent under every other tree in Wanni and every other lamppost in Jaffna. To say that such human rights violations took place under the watchful eyes of India against Tamil civilians is a very serious allegation implicating a country of the stature of India.
        Tamils even voted for Sarath Fonseka who was the head of the armed forces.

        Soma

    • 11
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      G
      Were there bulldozers in the age of our proverbs?

  • 13
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    [edited out]
    Ghosts of Sinhalayo who were slaughtered by Tamil terrorists will continue to haunt these barbarians till they depart to the other world and end up in hell and rot there for trillion years.

    • 29
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      EE,
      Please get back to your cage. Your level of racism cant bring us anyhere but Medamulana racial camp which I think is filled with all ghost s of the murdered so far. MAY KARMA TAKE CARE U!???????????

    • 29
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      As if only sinhalayos were killed by the brutal war carried out by both govt and the rebels? Were u born y day or your alzheimer levels lead u only to selective memories? . If anyone remembered the manner Rajapakshe supporters as mobs how they destroyed the livelihood of the innocent Muslim srilankens, just few months ago, after easter sunday disaster, even 10 year olds would not take minutes to realize who the real murderers are. If I were u, I would rather go to the nearest neurologist- tomorrow ll be too late, ??????

    • 27
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      Eagle eye
      very original!!!
      Shows what a modaya you are.

    • 22
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      Eagle Brain Dead Blind Eye

      Ghost!
      What is it?
      You should be fearing your wife/partner, your lender/creditor, Gota’s Ranaviruses and white vans, ….. Gnanasara, saffron clad thugs, and not ghost.

      Do you have a mother in law?

  • 30
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    Not only Srilanka, but India, Pakistan, Britian and USA are responsible for the Killings of those who got ready to surrender . That is why they are silent on this issue. If not for these countries LTTE would not have been defeated in a manner unbecoming of a war rule.

    • 7
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      “Not only Srilanka, but India, Pakistan, Britian and USA are responsible for the Killings of those who got ready to surrender . That is why they are silent on this issue”

      They are not guilty, they just do not care. If you Tamils were economically powerful or had a powerful diaspora like the jews or the indians , it would be different story.

      “If not for these countries LTTE would not have been defeated “

      It is some of these countries who gave you a life line initially, if not the then rag tag army could have been wiped out. (Great kobbekaduwe and vadamarachchi operation)

      • 21
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        RAVI PERERA the Sinhala speaking Demela

        “It is some of these countries who gave you a life line initially, if not the then rag tag army could have been wiped out.”

        “(Great kobbekaduwe and vadamarachchi operation)”

        Seriously, what made Great kobbekaduwe to stop his great Vadamarachchi Operation? Perhaps he, his Great Airforce, Great Army, and Great Navy ….. and his war criminals could not imagine facing the roar of Hindians Mirages and chapati flour bombing.

        I would have thought the threat of losing sovereignty (whatever that is) is most important and humiliating than consequence of chapati bombing.
        What a shame.

        When you meet your handlers ask them.

        • 3
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          “I would have thought the threat of losing sovereignty (whatever that is) is most important and humiliating than consequence of chapati bombing.”

          In the name of sovereignty, had the lankan forces taken on the Indians, what happened to you Tamils would have happened to us. It was a great tactic by JR which led to the creating of Rajiv Ghost. which infact started helping us sinhalayas later on

          • 13
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            RAVI PERERA
            The Sinhala Speaking Proud Demela

            “In the name of sovereignty, had the lankan forces taken on the Indians, what happened to you Tamils would have happened to us.”

            Never even think about taking on Hindians.
            Forget the Tamils, from time to time Hindian need military show down, in order to justify the huge defence budget (including commissions, backhanders, bribes, … from arms suppliers), the weaker and smaller the enemy better for their objective.

            Recently Hindians are looking for such enemies, make sure you stupid people don’t give Hindians another chance and this time around don’t get hammered by them.

            Hindians hammered LTTE, while Clever Dick Yankee Dick hammered the innocent Sinhala Buddhist youth. You are so stupid and proud about it hence you continue to Cut off the nose to spite the face.
            Very clever.
            When do do think you will stop being stupid?

            • 2
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              Demalu vedda,

              “Recently Hindians are looking for such enemies, make sure you stupid people don’t give Hindians another chance and this time around don’t get hammered by them.”

              Hindians are waiting for Wiggy to raise a Tamil terrorist army, hopefully another million….out of the country

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                RAVI PERERA
                The Sinhala Speaking Proud Demela

                “Hindians are waiting for Wiggy to raise a Tamil terrorist army, hopefully another million….out of the country”

                Last time around Hindians raised Tamil Army to keep the Yankees (and the west) out of this island. Your brethren psycho Prabaharan delivered what Hindians wanted before 1987. This island paid a heavy price for your Chanakya JR. Hindians caught him by his b***s and got him to sign an agreement and forced the state to change its stupid Sinhala Only Language policy. ………….
                Next time around Hindians may claim the entire island for themselves as Sinhala State of Hindia which is likely to become a reality.
                When you visit your handlers next time you should clarify all these issues at the top level. Hope you discuss all bilateral issues with them before accepting their hospitality.

                Do they offer you good fresh crispy Bhajia and hot Bombay Mix? How is their filter coffee?

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                  Demalu Veddo,

                  “Your brethren psycho Prabaharan delivered what Hindians wanted before 1987”

                  He is your brethren.

                  “Next time around Hindians may claim the entire island for themselves as Sinhala State of Hindia which is likely to become a reality.”

                  Even this is better than giving part of the country to you demalu

                  • 0
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                    “Even this is better than giving part of the country to you demalu”

                    In which case, can you not see part of it will be snatched away from you.

            • 1
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              RAVI PERERA
              The Sinhala Speaking Proud Demela

              Did you know Gotass, Kamal, Speaker, ……………………. have been trying their best to resurrect Thileepan’s ghost?

              I wonder why JVP is not subjected to restriction on “remembering their terrorist in chief Rohana twice a year”? Perhaps he was a Sinhala/Buddhist terrorist. He was your terrorist hence a good terrorist.

              • 1
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                “Perhaps he was a Sinhala/Buddhist terrorist. He was your terrorist hence a good terrorist.”

                You got it man… well done

    • 19
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      Kanapathy Varunan

      “If not for these countries LTTE would not have been defeated in a manner unbecoming of a war rule.”

      Where the hell were you during and after the war?
      LTTE was defeated and destroyed by V Prabaharan.
      He won the war and two elections for Rajapaksa with a helping hand from Hindia.

  • 4
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    After terrorizing us for over 30 years, and even at the end of the war we gave them two 48 hour humanitarian ceasefires, one at the end of January 2009, and one during the New Year 2009, 12-14th April 2009, to let the civilians go and there were calls from all over the world for the Tamil terrorists to surrender. But they didn’t. And then we get these story about white flags. Is it even possible to negotiate and control a surrender of terrorists who were armed with all sorts of weapons including suicide bombing over the phone and SMS?! This should have been arranged with the mediation of foreign powers like India, Norway, USA much earlier. But the terror leader Prabhakaran didn’t want to listen and he is totally responsible for all the deaths, including the Tamil civilians and also the Sinhalese deaths. We had to sacrifice our soldiers and our lives for this idiotic Tamil fanatical dream. Please you must try to get the right to return to your homeland in Tamilnadu. This war is a war the Tamils will never win, as long as there is even a single Sinhalese alive, please realize that.

    • 3
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      When the first No Fire Zone was established was the time to let the civilians go to safety in the No Fire Zone and surrender, not move all the heavy arms and bombs and start making bunkers in the NFZ and take the civilians hostage and use them as a human shield and attack the army hiding behind the civilians.

      All the LTTE leaders would have got a few thousands of life sentences/death penalty each, in the event of a trial. If you have a real case, bring it up in the International Criminal Court and we will see you there. All these accusations based on anonymous witnesses and badly made stories are not going to hold in any court of law. Our army was not fighting with innocent babies or ghosts, but with extremely ruthless, blood thirsty terrorists who would kill any Sinhalese at sight.

  • 25
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    A great soul once said –
    #
    What you do unto others will be done onto you.
    What goes around will come around.
    #
    We the Tamils and most of the Sinhalese along with the members of the Muslim faith are patiently biding our time, which will hopefully soon occur.

    • 13
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      rj1952
      I wonder what came round to JRJ!

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  • 2
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    Mr Thangavel, I know that your conscience hurts you a lot by your TNA MPs inaction towards those “disappeared ” and their families during the last eleven years. Forget about the relief to the families of victims, your MPs couldn’t get even a copy of the list of persons surrendered to the Armed forces at Vadduvaikkal. What a shame Mr Thangavel but you still continue to write in their party paper New Suthanthiran supporting them. Why do you do that? Don’t you know that these shameless MPs didn’t fail to avail themselves all the facilities provided by the govt you and they accuse, such as salary allowances free accommodation & transport free phone & postal services, body guards secretary subsidised meals tax free car permits etc. Why are they so hypocritical ? Sir, it will be a service to the voters if you prepare a list of income and assets inland and abroad , of these MPs and the number of times each one speaks in parliament and publish it in CT and your party paper. Will you have the courage to do it ?

  • 24
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    After 20A
    Ghosts of Rajapakses will rule for ever.

    • 12
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      Rajash,
      .
      I dont think that will ever be a reality. Not many in south would support RAJAAKSHE becoming permanent ” GADAFI” style politician.

      But we never know -PEOPLE in SL are born stupid whoever whatever praised about them. They talk high but do always otherway around.

      That is in their genes. Even muslims that should stand against RAJAPKSHE rascals are tamed by them today. The failure lies on the muslim community. They should be able to see it right LET alone today. Middle east countries should help srilanken mulsim community – in order to see it right. That Ali Sabry should be removed from srilanken politics. He is more or less like a BAGAGGE BOY of MR administration from 2005-2015. I wonder how ALI SABRY stay alive while he is proved to be a NUMBER TRAITOR to their community ?

      Some tamil representativesare the same. They never took serious the statements publicly made by KARUNA. Rajapakshes would never love anyone but their FAMILY DYNASTY. Their politics are similar to that of poor african leaders.

  • 3
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    Yasmin Suka’s 40,000 genocided now down to 110 disappeared, is not bad ……..
     
    I wonder if the army was out to kill all Tamils as the Tamils and their lackeys like Yasmin Sooka have been claiming, how is it possible to have witnesses and a seemingly controlled and organized surrender? These two elements namely surrenders and witnesses cannot exist if the army was out to kill all Tamils – since if the army had conducted the war as Tamils are claiming, there would not have been a single living soul left in war zone to surrender and witness anything. The Tamil stories do not make sense at all. Another noteworthy thing is that even after 11+ years the Tamils have not made even the slightest effort to make a list of the genocided 40,000-150,000++ Tamils in 2009? Why is it so difficult to get the names of the genocided and a make a list? If these Tamils stories are true, that list would have been made within a few days after the war, instead what we have is all sorts of stories and wild exaggerated numbers thrown about without even the slightest evidence to support these numbers.

    • 20
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      Punchi Point
      Punchi Brain
      Punchi Willi

      “I wonder if the army was out to kill all Tamils as the Tamils and their lackeys like Yasmin Sooka have been claiming, how is it possible to have witnesses and a seemingly controlled and organized surrender?”

      It is a very clever question.
      Are you a trained lawyer?
      Why hasn’t the state not hired you to defend the country’s reputation?

      This must be the “wife impressing” point.

    • 12
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      PP,
      .
      Nothing you would achieve if you constantly shoot the messenger. Not few days ago, International press highly criticised, mlechcha Rajakashes for their brutal acts in parliament.
      .
      https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/08/world/asia/sri-lanka-parliament-murder.html
      :
      Dr Jayathilaka, who was then lap dog of MAHINDA JARAPAKASHE has changed his mind today. He says, if 20A would be part of LANKEN constitution, entire world would keep isolated forever. Is that MLECHCHA GOTA et al trying to create ?

      We criticised DJ then, but today, I consider his thoughts. So, why you guys cant see it right yet today is a big puzzle to us…

  • 5
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    Thanga:
    Rest assured that in the other world that you’re talking about, the Rajapaksas and their top commanders, Prabhakaran and his top commanders, and those like you who helped the LTTE from the safety of western democracies to butcher hundreds of innocent Sri Lankan civilians including Tamils – will all be assigned to the same well of fire. to burn eternally.

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