18 October, 2017

Hulftsdorp Today: GSL Transported Hundreds Of Thugs, Chief Justice Followed A Different Route

By Colombo Telegraph

Here are the highlights of what took place today in Hulftsdorp ;

The government has transported hundreds of thugs and supporters to Hulftsdorp in the early hours. Several banners had been put up stating that the judiciary is dividing the country etc.  A huge police team (approximately 500) together with military were present. Road barriers were kept ready. Several high ranking police officers including DIGs were present and they were obviously supporting the groups that were transported. These unruly groups were obviously getting ready to hoot and throw stones. But it failed because the Chief Justice followed a different route.

Media was not permitted to enter the court complex. This was solved with the intervention of the lawyers. Lawyers have found that there were specific orders not to permit foreign media to enter the courts to cover the  CJ’s coming out of the courts.

CJ appeared from the main door with 210 judges around 9.20 am and then moved into the lawyers section. There were approximately 800-1000 lawyers   (from all provinces) assembled in the courts to wish her. Trade Union leaders were also seen. The civil society people who were present outside the court were asked to move by the police who were in fact protecting the government protesters (who were carrying boards distributed by an unidentified group).

She was given blessings by Ven, Maduluwawe Sobhitha and Fr. Sarath Iddamalgoda and a large number of religious dignitories were present. Initially, police had prevented the Buddhist monks entering the Courts.

Sathyagraha was conducted after CJ left and continued for about one hour. Lawyers also observed that outside the courts several pro government groups were distributed money.  All moves to enter into a confrontation with the lawyers by the pro government groups were averted by lawyers.

Near the parliament- another set of pro government groups were ready to hoot and ridicule the CJ.

PSC sitting is continuing in the afternoon.

Non aggressive dissent shown against the degrading treatment meted out to the Judiciary by MR regime before the Supreme Court by Attorney-at-Law & Solicitor Nagananda Kodituwakku

 

 

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hOpXwYY9KU#!

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    It looks now the end of this government is nearing. You can’t fool the people all the time.

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      No end would be seen in the near future. The arrogant lot will become more stubborn and do anything to be in power. A mammoth mobilisation of the people would be necessary to bring about change but generally the people, particularly the rural masses, seem to be not concerned of the issues in stake.

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      Sri Lankans have two massive tasks at hand.
      1. Chase the corrupt & arrogant family clan out of power.
      2. Make sure new rulers will not be like this lot again.

      The UNP is not a clean enough party. To build a new democratic Sri Lanka. We need a transparent people’s force that we can trust to take Sri Lanka forward.

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    What justice under the present government as long as there,re lackey puppy MP’s to endorse the Rajapaksa fiats.

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    This country has become a country ruled by a thug and his family.Hope things will not go their way for a long time.

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    Political Power versus Moral Righteousness. The Gandhian path to victory.

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    The UNP should have impeached Sarath! he is the root to all these problems

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    This is Rajapaksa Justice vs Natural Justice !

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      What else would you expect from the Undemocratic Autocratic Banana Republic of Rajapakistan?

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    A lukewarm show, clear sign of a defeatist.
    Leela

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      Wiser comments cant come from you- for sure. This you have proved not once
      repeated times.

      How come you as an UK educated person come and say that this shows the signs of defeat. You are not Mervin – u are not Buruwanshe, you are not any other Kumara that openly drop filthy comments – why to belong to them if you are that educated ?

      Man – if you that stupid, please be away – I dont mind you being joined to those very masses – that MR and the thugs have transported to protest against the CJ.

      But please also let that go through you BIG head (if you ever have got one) the need of being supportive not to damage the judiciary at this critcal stage.

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        This Leela – his name is Leelaratne is a ex-govt.servant in
        retirement – an established MR sychopant……

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          Find more please and make the CT READERS well aware of her or his whereabouts..
          Or any right thinking readers should ignore her comments. The blind and deaf react better than she would do. I am shocked by her reactions every time – why she further supports MR regime – is a big question to many like me the rest of folks who respect the rule of law in this country.

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          In that case Not only a psychopath but a coward! A man wearing women’s clothes! These are indeed the signs of a psychopath!

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      What defeatist? I was there. Her face was one of defiance (against the dictatorial regime you shamelessly support) and courage. On the landing behind her (you don’t see it in the picture as there are a few steps up) were around 200 judges of the High Court, District Courts and Magistrate’s Courts. There were nearly 1000 lawyers behind the cameras. Civil society activists were not allowed in by the Police. Only those who gave the numbers of their cases were allowed. Outside were the thugs brought by Mervyn (yes, the Doctor who Leela shamelessly defends), Ajantha Liyanage (MMC)and other. It was a great show. This is the beginning of the end. WE WILL WIN. WE SHALL OVERCOME!

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        I live down Battaramulla and was witness to the ugly orchestrations. I am sure Leela was there in her village with her bosom buddies Mervin and the other robber barons.

        As long as we have pseudo intellectuals who support this regime with the single minded purpose of perpetuating their extremist ideology of racism and bigotry we will be beset with lawlessness. These are hyenas smelling blood and they are circling knowing very well that its a matter of time before the CJ is dead meat

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          Those pseudo interlectuals should get paid in huge sums else I dont find any reason them to stand by ruling buggers. Any academic would think multiple times before going to make mistakes – as I am aware, but leela is irreparable. She should better be married to Mervin :)

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          Leela and her ilk of people protest pro govt. All these are not aware of the danger before us. If opinion poll could perform a well, people^s awareness towards this will clearly come to light.

          Educated masses of the country in and out, IC and everyone would protest against the GOSL. Longer the Impeachment process holds, even ones initially opposed will gradually realize the need of being against the process. So days ahead of us will show everything clearly.

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      Leelo:

      This is for you my friend Leela:

      Yamang Bando, Vesak Ballana,
      Yamang Leelo, Naduwa Ballana,
      Rupiyal Dahai, Bothalayai,
      Packet Ekak, Nomile Lebei,
      Yamang Leelo, Naduwa Ballana.

      Vesak Re-visit on 6th December 2012 .
      Venue = Sri Lanka Parliament Complex
      Musical Group = Medamulana Alibaba and the Clan.
      Special invitees = Mr. 10% (ten percent), Mr.Satakaya, Mr.Ladie’s man . Mr.Space man, Mr.Seaman and Mr.low man

      All are welcome including my friend Leela.

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      PSYCHO-ratne, what the f… are you talking? It is manifestly clear that you are Idi Mahin’s ass licker! Get lost from this column.

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    Keep it up judiciary hats off to you jayaweva.

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    I have a confession to make. I admit that I am a paid government agent. My job is to wash the backsides of the King and his babies. If someone pays me more I am ready to slander King Percy and his babies

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      Leela

      Why not run for MR position but make it much more openly fascist by expelling all the minorities and poor to India!

      Since the Sinhala people came originally from Germany! the true Arya Blood and Race should be guarded by LEELA!

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      What a pathetic reply by a pathetic person?

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      Only two idiots couldn’t grasp the style of my writing. No learned got caught into imposters’ trap. Observe the specific emblem allocated for each commentator on the right of your comment before becoming a gullible. Otherwise the tricksters may be laughing at you for taking you idiots for a ride all the way.
      Leela

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      Leela imposer mr pra.
      I am with you,;
      i like your way imposer,

      I am also waiting for my new contract to preform,like you.

      even though, millions are cursing me and my bosses.
      i donot mind and I do not care that,
      since i get paid and hell with my country and my religion till i get paid big amount .
      even i will sell my parents to get rich by hook or crook i want money, like my bosses.

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    This is the time for a Non violent Movement to overthrow the dictatory regime

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    This is sign of the end to brutal family rule. Now this regime is becoming unpopular internationally and internally. there is no way to escape from War Crimes,Genocide rapes etc. Every action will result in equal opposit action from GOD.

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    Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake is seen leaving the Supreme Court premises this morning to appear before the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) in Parliament. Pix by Samantha Perera With the blessings of the Maha Sanga and other religious laeders .. She might looses the Battle against a powerful Government which had got the power by wasting public ( Our ) money .. By offering ministerial portfolios to the opposition party MP. The Present Sri Lankan Parliament is not legal as it does not represents the peoples wishes – People of this country did not gave a 2/3 majority to this regime and it was taken by bribe … Her husband is not totally clean but what ever he had done was done with the blessings of the big shots .. Who gave him the chairman position of NSB – It was the same government which is now talking against him and her .. Because she may have said that she is no more going to be a Puppet of the Executive and the Government .. What ever happens ….. The courage she is displaying is awesome and will be a good demo to others a good lesson to all Hats off to you Madam ..!! — Hats Off to your courage madam !!

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      Sanjaya Peiris,
      You have diagnosed the fundamental fault which has entrenched MR and his clan in power – the shameless MPs who deserted their parties and voters to ‘cross over’ to give the 2/3rds majority.
      CJ Sarath Silva approved this causing immense harm to just governance.
      Earlier,he had found MR ‘not guilty’ in the Hambantota Account case which enabled MR to survive in politics – Sarath Silva now admits that this was an error.
      So far,on what we know, CJ Bandaranayake is blameless.
      I hope this will remain so.

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    Country has gone to donkeys. Biggest donkey is Chamal the speaker What he openly say is what ever he say must accept and what ever his order whether it is right of wrong every one must accept with no resistance Is this the democracy and the rule of law the Wesaamuni Demons Rajapaksa Family is promoting in this country. What level of Education they exibit to general Public and to the international community. No wounder because there guru is Mervin.

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    Hats off to all who joined to support justice, although i have my reservations about CJ. Well done Nanda…. good to see you fighting for your beliefs.

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    I have read in the “Daily News” that the CJ had a habit of withdrawing her bank balance at opportune times, in order to evade taxes. The balance was at least a few million rupees in each case. I cannot comment on the veracity of these claims, although it would seem that the number of bank accounts opened by the CJ over the last 10 years – more than 20 accounts – is consistent with tax evasion. If so, it is a serious allegation and the CJ should answer to it.

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      Yes why get the GSL Media to shamelessly display this and at the sametime have the proceedings in camera? If these are facts give the lady a chance to prove it otherwise. COWARDS!!!!

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    Chase not only the family but also those who are shamelessly without any self respect dancing to the tune of the masters

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      because there exists more fools than ever calculated before.

      I bet, that 99% of the gathered are not aware for what purpose they are asked to protest against. And about the protection of the Judiciary in the country.

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      May be these masses are informed that CJ is destroying lanken Judiciary.. I have not listened to lanken TV – state media should have made a totally different picture about the reasons why she has been impeached.

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    While I have my own views about this CJ as an individual, I think the Govt has once again acted foolishly in preventing the media from covering this important event. How can the Rajapakses continue to maintain their regime functions under the democractic order.

    The disgraceful events taking place at Hultsdorp with the breaking of coconuts and lawyers turning into occultism is further proof of the gradual decline of society that began with the rise of majoritanism in 1956 that replaced decency, good governance and the supremacy of law-order. The law of the jungle and fascistic repression is not far off.

    Senguttuvan

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    The MR Government does not care for priests. They can bless the CJ and go to the temple. But goverment has a solid 2/3 majority. Who cares about priests’ blessings? Long live MR! hang the judges!

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      …”hang the judges”? and you go and f… yourself, pompous ass!!

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    Latest LankaNewsweb news about this issue is that MaRa is getting cold feet, and having reprimanded Basil who was the architect behind the impeachment, is approaching Wijeyadasa Rajapakse-the BASL presdent- to negotiate with Shirani to drop this, and wants her not to take up against him. He has also asked the Mahanayakes to intervene.

    “The President has said he was ready to drop the impeachment proceedings if the Chief Justice did not try to go for an unwanted clash
    The Chief Justice it is learnt is going to present written evidence to prove the pressure exerted by the President, External Affairs Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris and Presidential Secretary Lalith Weeratunge to get judicial approval from the 18th Amendment and in the case against former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka.

    The Chief Justice is to also present to the PSC letters given by the Central Bank Governor in relation to the controversial National Savings Bank purchase of The Finance shares”.

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      Excellent news. Now Rajapakses shit will hit the fan.

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      MARA and everybody involved in tarnishing the good name of CJ, her family and the whole judiciary and for bringing a very bad name on Sri Lanka to the whole world should be brought into books and be punished…..with Life in Prison.

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    These people demonstrating against CJ must be from “panseehai watta”in kelaniya electorate. Similiar to the people attending the Dansala at temple trees during election time.

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      It is immaterial from where these people are. They are Sri Lankans who are protesting against a woman who dared not to be faithful to MR. They have every right to safeguard MR, our great saviour. No one stop us from making this country a Rajapakse Kingdom. After MR, we will bring Namal.

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        Go Suck on MR, If you watched Sirasa News you can listen to the conversation between Mervin Silva and others, Mervin Mentioned he brought 20 buses…You pathetic uneducated bootlicker.

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        I thought MR has Shiranthi. Why does he want the CJ>

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        Two idiots again couldn’t grasp my writing style. No learned caught into imposter’s trap. Observe the specific emblem allocated for each commentator on the right of your comment before responding otherwise the trickster would take you for an asshole. He will laugh at you for taking you for a ride all the way.
        Leela

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      These are all from Mervin Silva and MR home town …..weeraketiya, walasmull and beliatte thugs brought and planted in Kelaniya, Thotalanga, Mahawatte areas.

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    GET BLESSING FROM SANGHA WAS A GOOD THING,BUT THE VENARABLE THRO HIMSELF SHOULD NOT TIE THE PIRITH NOOLA.

    Getting blessing from sangha and ting pirith noola from them is every one’s right.Therefore no question about it,but it should be done in the appropriate way. The venerable thero should let some layman to furnish this thing rather than doing by himself. The reason is it is unavoidable circumstance that thero’s finger might touch a femaile’s hand. It is not an offence for the CJ but offence for the venarable thero.

    samarasekara

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      This is a very special pirith nool to counter the evil witchcarft of MR and his mendicants.

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        May be. But there is a specific rule for tie the pirith noola on weman.
        samarasekara

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      What is wrong with the Thero’s fingers touching a female hand while tying a Pirith Noola? Did Lord Buddha lay a ruling on this? Don’t be so stupid! This is not the 16th Century…This is year 2012….almost reaching D Day on 20.12.2012! At least now change your negative attitudes.

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        You better read the VINAYA PITAKAYA. Then make coment in this regard.

        samarasekara

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    Good Colombo Telgraphy become mouth peice of CJ’s propondanda Unit.
    Theology groupe of Vatican and Church Of Anglacian, Chapter of Upcountry Malwatte of Rev Sobitha,has start with Blessing of Religion leaders guidance for Justice of Spring in-originiated from location of Hulsfdorp , in diect support from Wijedadsa Rajapakasa’s of BASL on behalf of UNP’s R-W.First step to OVERTHROWN ELECATED GOVERNAMNT BY CJ OF SRI LANKA.

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      Thank you Manel for joining the bandwagon. I needed a few more like me to reply to these idiots who use CT to attack our great leader. I am happy that there are many who want to bring Namal to lead our contry.

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        Leela:

        Thare’s a saying that donkeys are born and not made……and I see it in your writing.
        By the way if you could let me know your charges per hour…….
        per hour…..as there’s a vacancy for janitor’s assistant which I think more suitable for you.

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          Mahela,
          You are an idiot if you cannot grasp my writing style. No learned caught into imposter’s trap. Observe the specific emblem allocated for each commentator on the right of your comment before responding otherwise the trickster would take you for a fool. He will laugh at you for taking you for a ride all the way.
          Leela

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          Leeelooooo How are you. Change your name to : The Real Leela
          and your logo wont change. Is only if you change your e-mail that logo changes. cheers hey hows worlds end!

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    The serious business of impeaching the CJ is being treated like a typical election campaign, where slogans, money, liquor, priests and bused-in hired crowds play a big role. All sides to the Executive plus Paliament vs CJ dispute should observe decorum as befits its national importance and implications. This is a serious and solemn occasion that has major implications for how we will be governed. This not a cricket match with cheer leaders on the side lines. An informed and serious discussion is merited and should be encouraged to educate the citizens who would ultimately be the jury. I am thankful the CT is playing the role it should, providing a forum for contrary view points, varied comments and of course revealing photographs.

    It does not matter who governs us, but how we are governed is what is at stake. The principles and structures of governance are forever, but the players involved are temporary.. They would leave soon or later, but the play should continue true to a well written script. The actors be excellent, good or poor, but script should stand the test of time. The issue is bigger than the current president, CJ and the MPs in parliament. I would expect the president to step in to stop the melodramatics. The CJ should do the same. Those who know and understand should be the only peripheral contributors to the event in progress. The president and the CJ do not need the services of the rabble ,the lumpen proletariat and opportunists in this instance.

    Let us all put the interests of our much battered country first. Let history not condemn us for the role we played at a crucial point in our history.

    Dr. Rajasingham Narendran

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    The Govt and country hass gone to the dogs. ‘Who let the dogs out’? MR and his golayas. Very soon the dogs will have them for dinner.

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    The 11 MPs who propose to judge the CJ mainly on financial improprities,must first of all make public their assets and liabilities including details of their bank accounts.
    This happens in all democracies – candidates for positions in the judiciary,cabinets of ministers,diplomats,governers of provinces/states,candidates for elections to parliaments/congresses/houses of representatives – ALL declare assets PUBLICLY, before they stand for election.

    If the 11 MPs do not do so,they are unfit to judge this impeachment “trial”.

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    These protesting fools for the govt do not know that they are digging
    their own grave.

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