7 July, 2020

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Indian Army’s Storming Of Myanmar

By Rajeewa Jayaweera

Rajeewa Jayaweera

Rajeewa Jayaweera

Para Commandos of the Indian army have carried out two surgical operations deep inside Myanmar crossing from border points in Nagaland and Manipur in the early hours of Tuesday, killing scores of NSCN (K) insurgents supposedly in retaliation for the killing of 30 some Indian soldiers in recent weeks.

India and Myanmar reportedly has an agreement to allow their respective soldiers into each other’s countries for anti-terrorist operations with prior consent. In this instance, consent does not seem to have been requested nor granted. Indian Army Major General Ranbir Singh in a post operation briefing has hinted that it had been a unilateral operation. The two operations supposedly began at 3 am. By the time the Indian Ambassador informed the Myanmar Foreign Ministry when offices opened on Tuesday morning, the operation which lasted 13 hours was well under way. An Army statement states, “while ensuring peace and tranquillity along the border and in the border states, any threat to our security, safety and national integrity will meet a firm response,” implying India’s willingness to take the fight into any state it suspects of harbouring terrorists. Announcing the success of the operation, India has stated it was not a one-off operation, a clear indication that international borders and international law had no place in India’s new strategy to fight terrorism and India will not honour such obligations.

This operation is an emphatic statement by the current Indian government it will hunt down terrorists both in India and elsewhere. India’s Minister for state for Information & Broadcasting has confirmed that the operation was sanctioned by PM Modi and attacks on Indians whether in Iraq, Yemen or elsewhere will not be tolerated. He has further stated “this is a message to neighbours who harbour terrorists”, a clear warning to India’s neighbours.

M_Id_397178_ModiThis is the first instance since independence, India has overtly used the doctrine of sending its forces to other countries across international borders to hunt down terrorists, hitherto practised only by USA. However, some covert operations are known to have been undertaken by the India Army in neighbouring countries.

India has a track record of aiding and abating terrorists in neighbouring countries namely in former East Pakistan and Sri Lanka, besides meddling in internal affairs of countries such as Nepal and Sikkim which was annexed in 1975 thanks to a plebiscite held while the Chogyal was under siege by the Indian Army in his Palace. It has also gone to war with Pakistan thrice and with China once since independence. Its involvement in East Pakistan in 1970 was justified on grounds of 10 million refugees who poured into India. The involvement in Sri Lanka was officially attributed to a hundred thousand refugees who fled to South India subsequent to the riots in 1983. However, the critical factors though not publicly admitted were Sri Lanka’s ill- advised dalliance with USA and Israel during 1980s and the need to pacify politicians in Tamil Nadu in order to garner their support for coalition governments in the centre.

In a manner of speaking, the shoe is on the other foot. India is now at the receiving end of terrorism within its own borders. It is not the first time India has been faced with such a situation. However, terrorism in India in the past has been of relatively low intensity, the two exceptions being with Sikh Leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his followers which was brought to an end by the Indian army in 1984 and the recent terror attack in Mumbai in 2008 by members of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, an Islamic militant organization supported by Pakistan’s ISI.

We have a unique situation in Sri Lanka of terrorists who commenced their campaign with the killing of 16 government soldiers in July 1983 and thousands thereafter being housed, trained, funded and equipped for decades by India who thirty two years later has sent in its Army into a sovereign country in pursuit of terrorists guilty of killing 30 some Indian soldiers with total disregard to Article 2, Section 4 in the UN Charter which states “All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations”. Meanwhile Indian social media is awash with proud and self-congratulatory messages. There is no mention of Myanmar’s lost pride and what explanation its hapless government could give its citizens. The subject of Myanmar’s national integrity is not part of the equation.

It is indeed a difficult task to define a terrorist. While authorities the world over refer to those taking up arms against an elected government to fulfil their political aims as terrorists, some others consider them as Freedom Fighters, Liberators etc. In our own country, while the government and the Sinhalese community term the LTTE as terrorists, there are many in the Tamil community and diaspora who does not see it that way and consider the LTTE as freedom fighters even now, despite the LTTE’s defeat.

The NSCN (K) camps did not spring up overnight and have been in existence for a while. It is reported that left with no alternative in the aftermath of the foray by the Indian Army into Myanmar, the Myanmar army has begun ‘flushing out’ NSCN (K) terrorists and forcing them towards the Indian border in order to prevent future incursions by the Indian Army into their country.

It must be underlined had India undertaken a similar course of action in the 1980s, Sri Lanka and its people would have been spared decades of death, destruction and billions of dollars.

Terrorism needs to be dealt with in a decisive manner by all nations and governments the world over. The unfortunate reality is that it suits some nations to ferment and support terrorism especially in their neighbouring countries for their own selfish reasons.

What is important here is India’s new strategy in handling terrorism within its own borders. Can India justify the intrusion by its Army into an independent country violating its sovereignty on grounds of punishing terrorists who had killed some Indian soldiers? Would India permit the same privilege to one or more of its neighbours such as Pakistan with similar terrorism related problems, sharing land and sea borders which afford such groups a safe haven inside India? If that be the case, should not India admit its support for LTTE terrorists in the years gone by as the Indian Prime Minister’s open admission in Dhaka during his recent visit, of India’s open involvement against Pakistan’s territorial integrity? Or will India follow the diktat “do as we say, not as we do”?

Notwithstanding the current Indian Prime Minister’s friendly visits and goodwill gestures to neighbouring countries, India’s incursion into Myanmar is cause for serious alarm. It is a clear indication that India, when it involves its own security will act with total disregard to the interests of small neighbouring countries. Therein lies the need for a suitable counter balance – a role for which China is eminently suited similar to the role played by USA in countries located in China’s backyard. Small countries are at the mercy of hegemonistic tendencies of big and powerful countries in the neighbourhood as we have seen, may it be in the vicinity of USA, Russia, China and now India.
Any member state of EU, ASEAN and GCC are able to raise any dispute arising with another member state in their respective forums and seek redress. However, it is not the case with SAARC as we learnt in 1987 when the issue of the violation of our air space could not be raised in the SAARC summit. India insisted SAARC was a forum for multilateral and not bilateral issues. It is too late to think of SAARC without India. But it is time to think of Pakistan’s proposal to admit China into SAARC as a full member. Besides the economic benefits it would bring to the association, it would also be a good counter balance to India, the need for which is bound to grow especially in light of its new strategy.

Pakistan has a common border with India and a longstanding dispute over its alleged aiding and abating of terrorists. It must be borne in mind that unlike Sri Lanka, Nepal and Myanmar, Pakistan will not take kindly to any incursion into its territory by India in pursuit of terrorists or for whatever reason. Pakistan has already gone on record warning India of retaliation in the event of an intrusion into Pakistan similar to that of Myanmar. Both countries possess nuclear weapons and any dispute between these two countries will have an adverse and destabilizing effect in the region. It will also compel neighbouring countries to take sides which will help no one.

India’s new strategy to pre-empt terrorist threats with no respect for international borders should make South Asian leaders examine their stand point to India’s claim for a seat in the Security Council in the UN which the Indian Prime Minister touched on during his recent visit to Bangladesh. South Asian nations need to critically examine its stand point based on their different bilateral issues with India and a possible future necessity for redress through the UN on such issues. With India as a permanent member in the Security Council, let alone a resolution against India but even placing such an issue in the agenda would be still born.

During the Indian Prime Minister’s recent visit to Sri Lanka, much was said of our common bonds and the gift of Buddhism given to Sri Lanka by India. However, when it comes to affairs of state and security, common bonds tend to take a back seat. It is fire power that comes to the fore as we experienced first-hand on 4 June 1987. What the smaller and less powerful nations around India need to understand is that despite all the bluster of friendship and financial aid extended, its track record from 1947 till last Tuesday is clear proof that India could be a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

A country does not achieve greatness though fire power nor by muscling its way through smaller countries. It does so through understanding, magnanimity, mutual respect and peaceful co-existence with its neighbours, especially small neighbours. It is a department in which India has performed poorly.

To conclude, it would be pertinent to narrate an incident which took place in 1961 when India opted for a military solution to take Goa from Portugal by force rather than a negotiated settlement as advocated by the UN and the west. India had previously been lecturing the world about the virtues of nonviolence. American President John Kennedy told the Indian Ambassador to USA, “You spend the last fifteen years preaching morality to us, and then you go ahead and act the way any normal country would behave. People are saying the preacher has been caught coming out of the brothel.”

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    Rajeewa Jayaweera types:

    “A country does not achieve greatness though fire power nor by muscling its way through smaller countries.”

    The only exception is Sri Lanka. It appears this little islander has forgotten what his own country did in the past 44 years. This country which professed to follow Buddha’s teaching achieved greatness through sheer fire power, in 1971, between 1987 and 1991 and in 2009. And many are gloating about the war victory even 6 years after the end of war.

    “By the time the Indian Ambassador informed the Myanmar Foreign Ministry when offices opened on Tuesday morning,”

    Does this ring a bell?

    Hindian’s operation Poomalai was well on its way when Hindian Viceroy Mani Dixit informed JR.

    “India’s new strategy to pre-empt terrorist threats with no respect for international borders should make South Asian leaders examine their stand point to India’s claim for a seat in the Security Council in the UN which the Indian Prime Minister touched on during his recent visit to Bangladesh.”

    Whether India gets a seat at the UN Security Council is decided by big powers. Little islanders have no say in the restructuring of the Council.

    Little islanders have a very short and selective memory. From 5th April 1971 to May 2009 and after Hindians have been the guardian angels of this island. UNHRC resolutions were watered down by Hindian machination. When tsunami struck it was Hindia brought relieve to this island within 5 hours and surveyed the sea around this island.

    It was Hindian contribution which helped this island win the brutal war. Hindians supplied A to Z save lethal weapons.

    If you really want to avoid Hindian interference please relocate this island to somewhere near China or Antarctica. A word of caution, on your way to China you will have to pass Andaman Island where Hindians have a large contingent of Army and Navy and permanently stationed a few squadrons of MIG fighters. Hindians also have a base camp at Antarctica.

    ““You spend the last fifteen years preaching morality to us, and then you go ahead and act the way any normal country would behave. People are saying the preacher has been caught coming out of the brothel.”

    That is real politics for you and Sinhala/Buddhism for rest of the world. Pot calling the kettle black.

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      “The only exception is Sri Lanka. It appears this little islander has forgotten what his own country did in the past 44 years. This country which professed to follow Buddha’s teaching achieved greatness through sheer fire power, in 1971, between 1987 and 1991 and in 2009. And many are gloating about the war victory even 6 years after the end of war.”

      read what kennedy said. he said india did what a normal country would do.

      So we too did what a normal country would do.

      When it comes to issues regarding our security, and concerns of our sovereignty we act like a normal country. Do you know how? BY attacking and destroying our enemy. It doesnt matter what faith the majority of the people profess

      There is nothing wrong in it and even if it looked like wrong to you (in a skewed way LTTE is right for you) ,[Edited out]

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        sach choooooooooooo

        “When it comes to issues regarding our security, and concerns of our sovereignty we act like a normal country.”

        Your security and sovereignty reminds me of a story “the emporer has no clothes” which fits very well with what you believe, naively, stupidly, while sitting on your brain.

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          where are you going? coconuts in the sack….answer from ashamed tamil trying to act like a vaddha..

          When terrorists took hold of 1/3rd of the country, killed civilians all over the country, killed the leaders of the country with massacres all around the year, I think SL had every authority to finish LTTE and its supporters.

          If you think otherwiser (which is obvious being an LTTE supporter) well we dont care

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      Mr. Rajeewa Jayaweera –

      “Terrorism needs to be dealt with in a decisive manner by all nations and governments the world over. The unfortunate reality is that it suits some nations to ferment and support terrorism especially in their neighbouring countries for their own selfish reasons.”

      What do you call when the Sri Lanka’s Para Sinhala Buddhist State carries our Terrorism against especially Para- Tamils, because they are Tamils, and recently against Para-Muslims because they are Muslims?

      Why the Double Standards.

      India seems to be protecting its interests of Indians.

      Sri Lanka’s Sinhala Buddhist State protecting sinhala Buddhist only, not all its citizens.

      Mr. Rajeewa Jayaweera, do you see the difference?

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    Damn good for Myanmar… the world ( UN,US,UK,Canada,France,Australia, Norway etc)ARE WATCHING the burning and killing of Roginya people with NO word spoken against the killings.. Its a shame these WORLD leaders have selective involvement around the world… They bully only small countries ……especially 3rd world… Myanmar is sitting on a ticking bomb… calamity would strike sooner than later…

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    “It is reported that left with no alternative in the aftermath of the foray by the Indian Army into Myanmar, the Myanmar army has begun ‘flushing out’ NSCN (K) terrorists and forcing them towards the Indian border in order to prevent future incursions by the Indian Army into their country.”

    why is the author of this article trying to find fault with india over its incursion.Because it did that only myanmar is now doing what it should have done long ago.If you harbour people who use your territory to harm other countries then you will have to face the consequences.

    “To conclude, it would be pertinent to narrate an incident which took place in 1961 when India opted for a military solution to take Goa from Portugal by force rather than a negotiated settlement as advocated by the UN and the west”

    What is there to negotiate with portugal which invaded india and took Goa.Not only should they be kicked out,they also should have paid compensation,and diplomatic relations cut off until they did so.

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    If we have our house in order, why fear the neighbour or even anybody else? For that we have to stand together as ONE people, and the appropriate atmosphere should be ‘created’ to build that feeling, especially among the minorities. If there is sufficient de-centralisation of power and devolution, that can be achieved in no time!

    Sengodan. M

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      Sengodan. M

      I agree with your comment completely except “For that we have to stand together as ONE people,”

      We can be as many people as there are many shades of differences. However much we strive we will not achieve oneness among the people of this island. Alternatively we can strive for “Unity in Diversity”.

      If one doesn’t treat one’s family well then the neighbors and strangers will. They would be happy to grope one’s wife, daughters, mother, mother in law, grandmas, sisters, nieces, granddaughters, ants, ……….

      The problems lie here in people like Rajeewa’s head, its known as Paranoia and little islander’s unbelievable ability for destructive creativity.

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        NV,

        By ONE people, I actually meant unity taking diversity for granted. Diversity has to be accepted and admitted by the majority community. Otherwise there will be cleavages for foreign intervention.

        Sengodan. M

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        Agree with Native,
        E pluribus unum (/ˈiː ˈplʊərɨbəs ˈuːnəm/; Latin: [ˈeː ˈpluːrɪbʊs ˈuːnʊ̃])—Latin for “Out of many, one”[1][2] (alternatively translated as “One out of many”[3] or “One from many”)[4]—

        From WIKI.

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          peace

          Thanks

          Peace be upon you.

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    Why Burma won’t retaliate? Tacit approval is there! As long as there is undestanding to turn a blind eye to Rohingya problem Burma will work hand in glove with India. India’s silence of boat people drowned in hundreds while fleeing the pariah state to escape the atrocities is reverberating through the Everest. (Write something about Australia, bribing boatmen human smugglers to turn them away, instead of sabotaging Asian unity!)

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    The LTTE had an opportunity to portray themselves to the world as a legitimate organisation. But the moment they begun bombing mosques, schools, buses and recruiting child soldiers whose freedom were they fighting for? Don’t get me wrong separatism needed to be highlighted especially since we got off on the wrong foot since independence so they had a good platform for change but all that changed due to their violent actions and drug trafficking.

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      “”The LTTE had an opportunity to portray themselves to the world as a legitimate organisation””

      when?

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        Though I personally would not have agreed with an ethnic Tamil state, it had a right to be debated through diplomacy. Again as stated in my comment a new leaf should have turned after independence for a united Sri Lanka instead it was heavily Sinhalese dominated and didn’t truly represent the demographics of the country at the time.

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          “Tamil state, it had a right to be debated through diplomacy.” How?

          “independence for a united Sri Lanka instead it was heavily Sinhalese dominated and didn’t truly represent the demographics of the country at the time. “

          what was the demographics at the time?

          What is wrong with government being dominated with sinhalese, Arent Sinhalese the majority and historical owners of the country?

          One politician tried to change the government in a manner that it doesnt represent the prevailing demography. GG Ponnambalam who requested 50% for Tamil speakers when only 25% of tamil speakers in SL

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            sach choooooooooo

            “Arent Sinhalese the majority and historical owners of the country?”

            Of course Sinhalese are the majority in this island. What it means is that Sinhalese have more stupid people than all other minorities put together. Remember they form 75% of the stupid people. You are a special case, because you have been sitting on your brain since your birth.

            Historical owners, since when? Historically they are descendants of Kallathonies mostly from South India.

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    It iS The truth As honourable Late Kennedy said;
    “You spend the last fifteen years preaching morality to us, and then you go ahead and act the way any normal country would behave. People are saying the preacher has been caught coming out of the brothel.”

    India was/ Is preaching to the world What it is not Practicing.
    Because it is govern Not by The Politicians, But by the High Cast bureaucrats.
    They are spending Millions of Dollars to Destabilise surrounding Countries To get them to their Feet as Indian wants Their economy to flourish on account of Other Countries to Perish.
    And Find Employments to Half backed Indians who are pouring out of the Private Universities with purchased Diplomas and Degrees.

    {Now They have a M I T Graduates With BSc,MSC,Phd,Degree Holders from, A private university called,al MADINA Institute of Technology. MIT}.

    That is why they are Eying on Our Natural Gas and Oil explorations on our own Shores,
    Apart from that, they are exploiting Our fisheries resources also.

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    The preacher (as are many other preachers on the subject) run the brothels!

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    What preacher Rajeeva Jayaweera is advocating is, the SL sovereignty is under threat because of 13 A so bring back Mahinda regime to restore the free hold land deal under port city development scheme and also to give NE provinces as free hold to the same country .

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    “should not India admit its support for LTTE terrorists in the years gone “

    Should not India also admit that their military, airforce and Navy provided direct assistance in the war to eliminate LTTE at any cost that resulted in killing and fatally injuring more than 100,000 innocent Tamil civilians.

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    “”We have a unique situation in Sri Lanka of terrorists who commenced their campaign with the killing of 16 government soldiers in July 1983″”

    Rajeeva Jeyaweera fotgot to mention that all of the soldiers were Sinhalese because there was no single Tamil in the Military. Further he forgot to mention that Sinhalese only military, police, navy and ministers jointly burnt Jaffna library. The inique situation in Srilanka is that Tamils have been massacred thorughout this island by the connivance of Sinhalese only military in Srilanka. LTTE attacked a military convoy but unfortunately the whole military personeel are Sinhalese He also forgot to mention that following that incident, Sinhalese military went on a rampage all around Jaffna killing hundreds of innocent Tamils including children, women and elderly. Further the whole Sinhalese community united in Killing Tamils all over the island. You will see such a brutality only in Srilanka where Buddhist monks have blood on their hands next to Myanmar (Burma).

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      Who told you???, With out Checking Do not Make Blah Blah.
      There Were Many Tamizars in the Military , I mean that Army , Navy And Air force Also.
      One Of the Promminet Son of Soil Is Dr Thurairajah from Jaffna.

      Later they were afraid to Join the Forces, But Few Joined.
      and still they are getting the pensions from The Government.

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        Julampitiye,
        If I am wrong, you must give figures to check and correct it. Yes there were Tamils in the Military during British rule and during early independence. But once the regime changed from British to Sinhalese, everything changed since then and it has become a policy of Sinhalization in every corner. Sinhala only, Language based standardisation, forced colonisation and continued genocide. Just ask a simple question. Why there was not a single Tamil out of 15 military personal who were in petrol in a place where 95% of the population are Tamils?

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          Ajith

          The policy of excluding Ethnic Minorities from the armed forces came to be implemented when Sri Mao had a panic attack when she came to know the failed “Christian coup”.

          I never knew there were military coups of religious kind.

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    This guy shoots off like his pal,Jayatilleke. Really, the Burmese were the first to cross the Thai border pursuing fleeing Karen rebels in 1990. This practice of hot pursuit has been followed by many countries, even small ones like Myanmar. India is not alone in this. This pontificator wants to show off his little knowledge in an anti-Indian tirade. India is a regional power. It will act like one. China is far away. Better not try playing China and India off. It will prove to be a dangerous game. Not everyone within Sri Lanka wants China or wants to play against India or the US. The leaders may have got a lot of money from the Chinese to barter off the nation’s sovereignty. Some of it may trickle down to the sycophants. But, the rest of the people of the island decide on loyalties on other criteria.

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    “India’s new strategy to pre-empt terrorist threats with no respect for international borders should make South Asian leaders examine their stand point to India’s claim for a seat in the Security Council in the UN which the Indian Prime Minister touched on during his recent visit to Bangladesh.”

    Does it means Sonia’s leftover Chemical Bomb have to reshipped to Modi?

    This guy struggling to eat the cake completely and preserve it full intact.

    He defines 1983 India started to support Terrorism in Lankave. He has a reason that 16 Soldiers(not 13) killing was reason for black July. He contends that India then took the side of the terrorist. Then he is getting scared that India may move in the UN its position of May 2009, where Sonia defeated the West for Old Hing’s Indian Currency smuggling friendship. As soon as his job is done, as in the usual manner the Tamil Paramilitary goons and Kathirgamar got wiped out, he wants to get rid of India from UN. So he is too alert that India is asking permanent membership.

    He is struggling to say NSCN is a freedom fighter, by playing around the meaning of Terrorist. At the end, he defined America is terrorist country by dethroning the democratically elected Old King. (is it by donating 3000 laptops to silent rebellers, (according to Rajeewa Jayaweera’s definition) the laptop terrorist who launched laptop war against the democratic old king’s government?

    He does not wants India in UNSC because, long ago, it tried to stop the fight in Lankave.(it got involved in the JVP fight too, but forget that) But China is holding the real Buddhist country Tibet. It is ok with him the China get the membership recently from Taiwan. Is it because Tibet’s Dalai Lama is seen a competition to Lankave? Is that why because Dalai Lama’s visit to Lankave was immediately neutralized by importing Burma’s Wiradu?

    You can not have and eat a cake> The truth is India went to flush the terrorist, whether ii is according to International Law or not. LTTErs freedom fighter from 65 years of continuous oppression and devastation the Sinhala Intellectualism has done for their economical and employment status and to the prospering country of Ceylon from 1956. India has to wake up and do something to wipe out the Sinhala Intellectualism from Lankave or be captured by China from Indian Ocean.

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    Yes Rajeeva the airline drop out has been taking some tution from Indiaphobic and racist Stanley.Poor guy is jobless so he shoots off in the only way he knows….in the direction of fear mongering.

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      Neville

      “Poor guy is jobless so he shoots off in the only way he knows….in the direction of fear mongering.”

      Is Rajeewa genetically related to Dayan, Weerawansa, and others who suffer from paranoia?

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    Without the chemical weapons from poverty India …..Sinhala army will fight with LTTE for many generations.

    he he he Murderpakse after got everything from poverty India to silence freedom fighters …ditch poverty India and went behind dollar bundles from Greater China….he he he

    Whenever they like now soldiers of Greater China enter India and enjoy picnic for weeks then go back ..only after this the Indian Parliament so called biggest house of olds in the world ..make some noise..

    Why not this poverty Indian army attack Chinese soldiers ?????

    Why the hell this 4th biggest Army in the world with big tummy soldiers are unable to recapture 1 sq.km out of 22,000 sq.km land of Arunacahal Pradesh captured by Greater China during 1962 war…???

    Yasir Arafat is no more …but the freedom fire is still burning among Palestinians….though many Arab countries ditched them……guns and bombs can’t stop thirsty for freedom…

    Cheers

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    Arrogant pencil pushers like Gaurav Ahluwalia of the Hindian High Commission will now attack you and they will send angry patronizing letters unsigned and without authorship attacking you. They did in Financial Times when a contributor to CT also wrote there about Hindia and Modistanis and all the rubbish Hinduvta hegemony. Watch out buddy, whoever you are, RAW ad Hindian bureaucrats(boorucrats) will attack you and threaten our right to free speech and exposing FACTS by threatening CT and Financial Times and going to Ranil Haamu and Mangala maama to get them to warn you.

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    CT please don’t put this frightening picture of modi in future.the next door little girl who saw this on my computer ran back to her house screaming that the boogie man has come.Shame on you to frighten little girls like this.They could grow up into women who scare easily.

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    sach

    “Arent Sinhalese the majority and historical owners of the country? “- no they are not. Sinhalese are not the original people of Srilanka but it is the Dravidian Tamils. You fools are deluding yourself by thinking simply because you have now become the majority in South of the island you are historical owners.

    It is like muslims in 100 years being the majority of this country saying that they are the historical owners of this country. How do you like that Sach . For avoidance of any doubt we Tamils are the owners of this Island and no other vandals who arrived from many thousand miles away such as the Sinhala ARRRRyaaans??????

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    this article says much about you ppls…. its ua govt which aligned with Pakistan during Bangladesh liberation war..u supported them…now ur arguing dat india intervened in Myanmar domestic affairs… yeah I agree ..but dat act took on basis of mutual trust… even Myanmar supported this act and their military leaders will visit india soon….for ur node on India’s role in Bangladesh liberation war….. its not only remained as Pakistan internal affairs..wen 10 millions of Bengali ppl cross d border as refugees..it became d matter in which we should act..u ppl may please ur frnd ( pak) by calling us as d aggressor..but wen over 30,000 women’s r raped n more dan 3 million ppl killed …we dint sat n watched it… but u did. n u acted in same way on d tamil ppl…even after d demolition of LTTE…ur army killed many innocent tamil ppl….till today dey r seen as foreigners…n treated as slaves…. of course their base is india…dats y u r blaming us..n hating us…still indian government is voted against revolution against Sri Lanka in UN… nw u ppl gvng lectures to us….in fact wer nt interested in ur own matters..if u want blame us, or hate us go ahead we dont care… we r nt like u …we r on track with our own efforts ….no America, no china ,no Europe supported us during our worst dayzz , Russia alone gave us d Moral support….china, Pakistan can play wid us using these Sri Lanka card…..but ,sure we will rise…not immediately but definitely…

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    The deputy minister for Info & Broadcasting of India is a person who shoots from the hip. He made the unfortunate comments on a TV debate show to “scare” Pakstan. The suspicions of Indian intervention, and it being unilateral is misplaced. Indian and Myanmar have formal and informal arrangements in place to carry out operations. Everything is done within that framework.

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