22 October, 2017

Mahinda Rajapaksa And The Seven Dwarfs

By Rajiva Wijesinha –

Prof. Rajiva Wijesinha MP

Prof. Rajiva Wijesinha MP

Enemies Of The President’s Promise – Sleepy III

Mahinda Samarasinghe was asked to chair an Inter-Ministerial Committee to implement the Human Rights Action Plan, and as usual I had to do much of the work through convening a Task Force to expedite implementation.

I resigned however in 2013 when I found that, though there was much goodwill from many Ministries, and we got a few things done, no formal coordination of activities and initiatives was possible. I realized that it was impossible without proper authority to expedite decisions and action. I told Samarasinghe in my resignation letter that he should request that a Ministry be set up. While he was the obvious person to be Minister, I told him he should suggest the President take over the portfolio and be his Deputy. This upset him, even though I pointed out that he would still be in the Cabinet with his existing portfolio of Plantation Industries.

He ignored the letter, and simply declared that he would not let me resign, but did nothing further about the matter. So, after my resignation, hardly anything happened, with Mahinda Samarasinghe uncertain too about his own position, being often asked to go to Geneva at the last minute for Council sessions. By 2014 he was talking about resigning himself, but characteristically he held on to the position, though in effect doing nothing to promote the Human Rights Action Plan.

Human Rights were grossly neglected by the Foreign Ministry, with no invitations to any Special Rapporteurs, until they were forced to interact more positively from late in 2013. Contrariwise, we had tried to engage with them constantly, and had indeed had invaluable support from the Special Representative on the Rights of the Displaced, Walter Kalin, who came to Sri Lanka three times during the conclusion of the War. But there were no visits after that until the High Commissioner herself came in 2013, followed by Kalin’s successor.

All this was of a piece with Peiris’s failure to recognize, or unwillingness to convey, that the Human Rights situation was worrying for Sri Lanka. Unlike in the days when the dedicated Ministry under Mahinda Samarasinghe coordinated responses to critiques, writing and disseminating the most effective ones, there was now no concerted response to attacks on us. As a result, the impression gradually developed that we could not answer the many allegations against us.

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Most pernicious for Sri Lanka was the failure to deal consistently and coherently with the UN on what were termed accountability issues. Well before GL  became Foreign Minister, the President had agreed, in a joint communication with the UN Secretary General, to address such issues. Nothing was done about this, and there was no response too later in 2009 to an American query about possible violations of law. This was very politely worded, and included material that would have helped us rebut any serious charges, but the President simply appointed a committee chaired by an octogenarian lawyer, which never met. My constant reminders to members of the Committee, and to Mohan Pieris who was Attorney General, and seen as the front man on such legal issues, achieved nothing, though Pieris kept assuring me that he understood the seriousness of the problem.

With nothing done for nearly a year, the Secretary General appointed his own panel of experts, headed by ‘Kiki’ Darusman of Indonesia, and including an American who had previously suggested that Sri Lanka was a genocidal state. Though members of government demonstrated against this, there was no formal response from the Foreign Ministry, which GL by then headed. The impression created was that this was not a serious issue for the country, but simply an opportunity for politicians to score brownie points by establishing their patriotism.

However government did belatedly appoint its own Commission, entitled the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, headed by former Attorney General C R de Silva, and including two capable former Foreign Ministry officials, former Secretary H M G S Palihakkara and former Legal Adviser Rohan Perera. Though more critical countries seemed to think this would be a whitewash, in fact the Commissioners were such as to inspire confidence in their work. One unfortunate consequence of this, though, was that since Government did not make clear the need to also respond direct to the Americans, the other Committee was disbanded, and what could have been a good opportunity, to use the American Report to indicate how unreliable was some of the information incorporated in Darusman, was lost.

Towards the end of 2010 the LLRC came out with some interim recommendations, but these were not taken seriously. The President  appointed an Inter-Ministerial Committee to implement them, headed by Mohan Pieris, but failed to follow up on this, and did not realize that the Committee never met.

So the country was completely unprepared when the Darusman Committee issued its report in April 2011. The report was promptly leaked to the press. Though it is possible that the more aggressive members of the international community had access to it and handed it out to Non-Governmental Organizations opposed to the government, it is also likely that government itself leaked the report, since it appeared in a newspaper with the byline of a journalist with close links to the Ministry of Defence. Again it seemed that the purpose was to whip up feeling against the Report, rather than deal with the issues it raised.

Certainly anger about the Report was understandable since it was manifestly unfair, and seemed to ignore material that was available with officials of the UN who had worked in Colombo during the conflict. But the Foreign Ministry did not seem to understand the implications of this. I told them that they should make common cause with those officials, who were also under attack in the Report, and suggested several queries that should be sent to the UN, but government chose to pretend the Report did not exist.

This was typical of the ostrich like approach which is understandable in the less sophisticated members of government, but which the Foreign Minister should have advised against. It is possible though that his sense of insecurity had been compounded by government inconsistency. After nearly a year of pretending that the Darusman Committee was a body set up in violation of UN norms, government had sent Mohan Pieris to New York to meet its members shortly before the report was issued. This led to vociferous condemnation from the party (minor but disproportionate influential, at least with the President and the Secretary of Defence) led by Minister Wimal Weerawansa, who had embarked on a fast unto death outside the UN Compound in Colombo when the Darusman Committee was appointed. He was saved from succumbing to his principles by the personal intervention of the President persuading him to take some sustenance.

Such farcical behavior recurred in 2011, with GL claiming that Mohan Pieris, whose visit to New York proved fruitless while taking away from the formal government position that Darusman was an execresence it could ignore, had taken up more than he could handle. I told him that the same could be said about him, given that he was also on the team that was negotiating with the main Tamil political party, the Tamil National Alliance. He was not pleased, and I suppose this added to his neuroses when he saw me.

This became obvious when government, in a move it should have initiated earlier, but which was scarcely helpful in the immediate context, decided to set up study groups for Parliamentarians to understand more about international relations. At an inaugural meeting Basil Rajapaksa suggested that I should prepare position papers, but this did not seem to please GL. In fact the study groups never met. The Government Chief Whip told me that GL had insisted they could not meet without his presence and, since he was never available, this proved to be yet another fatuous proposal. Typically neither the President, nor Basil, who seemed to have been instrumental in promoting the idea, bothered to follow up to find out what was happening.

Typical of the incapacity of Government to deal straightforwardly with the Report were the responses it made. These took the form of two books which it was claimed had nothing to do with the report. The Secretary of Defence issued an account of the war, which made clear the tremendous achievement of the forces, often with great sacrifices. But while this should have been done soon after the war, when it came out after the Darusman Report, but without addressing the specific charges in that Report, it proved a damp squib.

I was asked by the Secretary to help with finalizing his Report, and I pointed out that it did not respond to the allegations against us that were now in widespread circulation. His answer was that that was not the purpose of the Report. When I told him that responses were essential, his answer was that that would be done by someone else. It seemed he had asked the Chief of Defence Staff, the former Air Force Commander, to do this, but the task was soon forgotten.

With regard to other charges in the Report, Basil Rajapaksa produced another Report about the humanitarian assistance Government had provided during the conflict. This was entrusted to the Secretary to the Presidential Task Force for the North, who had been Commissioner General of Essential Services during the war, and done a fantastic job in ensuring that the war affected populations received adequate supplies.

I was asked to help with this from the start, and we produced a fairly decent draft, but then it was decided to expand this so that everyone could tell their individual stories. The result was a massive volume that was unreadable, and certainly did not serve clearly to rebut specific charges.

The failure of the government to understand the need for evidence to deal with allegations was appalling. At the initial meeting held in the Presidential Secretariat when the Darusman Report came out, it transpired that no one had thought of looking at records. It was only after I recalled letters from the UN and the ICRC praising our efforts that these were dug out, but even then, they were to be kept in reserve, until the long descriptive books were ready. I felt they should be sent to the UN Secretary General, but I was told to do this myself, since Government did not deem it necessary to respond direct. Needless to say, my letter was not acknowledged, whereas a direct communication from the Foreign Minister would have necessitated a response.

So government contented itself with diatribes against the Darusman Report and made no effort to deal with specific charges. On my own I produced two short booklets that addressed them, the first prepared immediately on the basis of the knowledge I had from my work as head of the Peace Secretariat. I had in those days monitored the news releases of those who supported the Tigers, and had queried the forces with regard to any abuses that were alleged. This enabled me to show that the general charges made in the Darusman Report could not be substantiated on the basis of even the worst case charges during the conflict period.

Government however took no notice of these. The Governor of the Central Bank, who understood the need to communicate, ordered some copies but the Foreign Ministry was not interested. Clearly GL did not think it was his responsibility to respond to the United Nations, and was happy instead to leave matters to Gotabhaya and Basil Rajapaksa, since he saw his main role as keeping on the good side of anyone in authority.

When I realized how ineffective were our responses, I thought a second more detailed rebuttal was essential. To get this ready, I toured the North with the full support of the army, to check on the various sites mentioned in the Darusman Report. I was able then, from evidence on the ground, to establish that four of the five charges in the Report were unsustainable. In particular, I could show that hospitals they claimed had been attacked were still standing, a fact that had been clear enough from my records too. These showed that, over several months, fewer than a dozen shells had fallen – according to Tamilnet, which would obviously have recorded the worst possible scenario – into hospital premises, let alone hospitals.

Again, the booklet I produced then was ignored by Government, except for the Central Bank, which bought some copies, so that I was at least not entirely out of pocket. But I should note that this was par for the course because when, soon after the war concluded, I produced at the Peace Secretariat a booklet called We Help Ourselves, about the humanitarian assistance extended by government, and especially the forces, to the populace held as hostage for so long by the Tiger, this too was ignored.

I had sent copies to the Foreign Ministry and to all our Missions abroad, asking if they wanted copies, but only three responded, including the Air Force chief who was serving in Pakistan, and one of our branches in India. In the immediate aftermath of the War, there seemed no understanding that we needed to tell our story straight away, and establish what we had done, before the forces waiting to denigrate us took over the setting of an agenda.

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    Proessor Rajiva Wijesinha –

    RE: Mahinda Rajapaksa And The Seven Dwarfs

    Mahinda Rajapaksa And The Shills, Goons. Whitewashers, bribe takers, murderers, killers and racists.

    Do you belong to the Shill Category, Professor?

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      Proessor Rajiva Wijesinha,

      Why don’t you write good quality research papers to reputed international journals of record to uphold your claim to professorship of a third world university rather than writing rubbish in web media exposing your weaknesses?

      By your writings you expose your shallowness in thinking and lack of respect for good governance. So long as people like you are law makers, there is little wonder that Sri Lanka has become lawless.

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        Thiru,

        Journal articles will require peer review and will need Rajiva to respond to questions and provide clarifications.

        I am sure that answers your question – thought I’d do that as I am certaion Rajiva will not! Rajiva is incapable of addressing even laymen comments and questions, as no doubt you would have realized.

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    The feeling one gets is that your govt is incredibly dis-organised, there are no systems in place for anything, things that are started are never seen till the end, there is no overseeing of project etc.

    The problem being in the left-wing of politics is that unfortunately. Left-wing politics are terribly unstructured and inefficient.

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    Would it not be easier to admit to the crimes than complain about the dwarfs inability to cover them up?

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    Dayan is definitely getting desperate for the FM post, getting his lackeys to attack GLP

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    Prof. Rajiva,

    I watched the interview here. I agree with you completely.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1vmRS9fDr8

    When you land at an airport for example, a busy body arrives from no where, runs around does all your errands without complaining like an obedient slave.

    He is a smooth talker, a guy who seems to have connections and gets things done for you. Eventually one capitulates and become totally dependent on him.

    But in the end what happens is the complete opposite. Without knowing you have become a slave to the busy body. Mahinda Rajapaske is in this kind of predicament with Sajin Vaas.

    Sajin Vaas has become Mahinda Rajapaksa’a virtual second wife. No amount of critique will resonate with him. They will both be together till the end. There is nothing neither you nor I can do to change things.

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      Do our governance get appointed an official Pimp or Pimps ?????????????????.

      If so, WHO are THESE OFFICIAL PIMPs FOR THE F KING governance ???????????,
      Who have unlimited powers to over rule educated Fools !!!!!!!!.

      Further more, who is getting benefited by the Official Pimps??????????.
      Why does the F king Afraid of Those PIMPS????????.

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    All this is very unusual washing dirty linen.Sri Lanka is a democracy so Mr wijesinghe is entitled to express his opinion. But is it cricket for him to write in this manner suggesting that every body is a fool and only himself and Dayan Jayatilleka know how to do things ? I think it is intellectual fraud. Also a man with a good culture will not refer to personal discussions openly without giving the other guy a chance to comment. I dont think this so called professor has any integrity.

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      Completely agree.

      I have met many with PhD’s yet I am to meet one with such an ego as Rajiva and Dayan and yet you ask yourselves what have they achieved on their own right ? Nothing, always hanging on to a politician for favours, from Premadasa to Mahinda !

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    Can we infer from your articles that the President has no control over his government and is a mere figure head, who is enjoying the perks and powers of his office?

    Are Gothabhaya, Basil, Sajin Vaas,Cabral and their ilk in combination, the defacto Presidents of this country, by default?

    Is the President the ‘Naked Emperor’ in fact or is he the dwarf or cretin in a throne that he does not deserve?

    Please provide us a precise answer. Please call a spade a spade. It is time to do so in the interests of this country.

    Dr.Rajasingham Narendran

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      Calling a spade a spade? Wow that would be the day RN when the moon will turn blue.

      Rajiva/Dayan duo put aside their own personal interests and doing that?
      Never.

      Please don’t do anything hasty such as holding your breadth waiting for them to do that is my advice.

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    Prof., why are you still hanging on MR’s red cloth. Quit and sit in the opposition as an independent MP.

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    Professori,

    Apropos all those unsolicited copies you sent to the Foreign Ministry and missions abroad. May I humbly suggest that their reluctance to take copies was because your reputation from those Peace Secretariat days preceded you. That time at the PS was surely your finest hour when you obfuscated, twisted facts and blatantly lied. You were in your element then, sucking up to the Regime and bending backwards to please your masters in the bunker. Now you couch your exploits in rambling prose pleading non est mea culpa. Still, writing can be cathartic, and, who knows, El Presidente might call on you to perform one last service – The Head Honcho is scouting around for an English speaking buggins to replace the former Tea Boy at the court of St James who had to hurriedly vacate his position due to circumstances beyond his control.

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    Dear Professor

    If you’re interested in resolving the ethnic conflict and in bringing Justice, Reconciliation and Peace, please deal with the root cause of the conflict:

    ‘’Education must rise on the agenda of peace building. We know the wrong type of education can fuel conflict. The use of education systems to foster hatred has contributed to the underlying causes of conflicts, from Rwanda to Sri Lanka, but also in Guatemala and Sudan’’ – Why education matters for global security, Irina Bokova(Director General, UNESCO), 1 March 2011, http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/about-us/who-we-are/director-general/singleview-dg/news/education_and_security_dawn_pakistan_why_education_matters_for_global_security_234nextcom_nigeria/#.U1oX3vldVqU

    2. ”Sri Lanka needs A UNESCO supervised revision of school text books by a panel of internationally renowned Sri Lankan scholars so as to minimize prejudice against communities and ‘build the defences of peace in the minds of men’.” – The Lalith Weeratunga Presentation, Dayan Jayatilleka, 28 January 2014, https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/the-lalith-weeratunga-presentation/

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      Dear Professor
      If you are still an academic in spirit and stop being a politician …..
      ‘’After almost 30 years of conflict, it also has to rebuild a Nation, a Sri Lankan Nation united in its diversity, where communities and individuals feel at ease. For this, there is not much foreign friends can do. This is the responsibility of Sri Lankan people, their political leadership, in the government and in the opposition, and also their civil society, and this is where academics and researchers have an important role to play, particularly those who are working in the fields of history, law, economy, sociology and political sciences’’ – Address by Christine Robichon, Ambassador of France, at the Peradeniya University Research Sessions (PURSE) – 2010, 16th December 2010, http://www.ambafrance-lk.org/spip.php?article839

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    MR loving professor has spoken.

    MR is one of the dwarfs.

    He is not snowwhite!!

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    Chitrapata Productions announce their latest film: The King and his seven dwarfs. Featuring the King, as himself, and his seven dwarfs………..

    Doc, featuring Dr No himself. Called Pachaya at home.

    Grumpy, played by Gothabaya. gedera ayer kiyanne ‘Balu Uncle’

    Happy, introducing Namal the fast racing playboy.

    Sleepy, meet mincing Professor ‘sing-song’Gammy Pee-ris.

    Bashful, enter Sajin the diplomat slayer.

    Sneezy, special appearance by Mervyn the tree lover.

    and last but not least, Dopey – after several auditions we have chosen, by a narrow margin, Kehemalla Raullapappa who will do a cameo piece jumping from balcony to balcony.

    Enjoy!

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    Rajiva, Rajiva, what is the point in you making all these statements when you are still in the UPFA fold? Please explain this clearly to all of us.

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    It is only now the Public is getting to know how our MFA functions.
    Looks like it is no better than our Police Dept, Judiciary, Bribery commission, Election Commission and all other Ministries.

    Looks like MFA is thoroughly disorganized, disoriented and disqualified.

    Meanwhile we herd there was an entourage “Nade” of 70 went with President to this year’s UNGA and booked two floors of the super luxury Waldorf Astoria Hotel. We like to know what the final bill was, and what benefit the country got from it.

    After using a Tele Promptor for “half hour” to read at the GA, and meeting some foreign delegates, what other useful stuff they did for one whole week other than Partying and shopping. If anybody has any idea of what our “Nade” or the “Gangster Club” did in NY will be appreciated.

    The latest news is Govt.media minister Keheliya Rambukwella the Australian “stunt jumper” says that Dr.Nonis “Gate crashed” the dinner hosted by the Director-Air Lanka in New York. Next time he will surely say that Dr.Nonis hit himself to his face, head and Butt.

    May be Prof.Rajiva should investigate this incident and reveal to the CT readers as to what really happened.

    No wonder the GOSL run by a bunch of uneducated, uncivilized and uncultured thugs and criminals and “Fortune Tellers” and “Kattadiyas” are the advisers, decision makers and consultants. No wonder country is going to a Pig pit.

    MFA should be changed to Ministry of “GKN”……..”Guti Kemata Niyamithai” Ministry.

    Jayawewa……Namo….Namo…Namo…..Passa.

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      Dear Lasantha ,

      “After using a Tele Promptor for “half hour” to read at the GA, and meeting some foreign delegates, what other useful stuff they did for one whole week other than Partying and shopping. If anybody has any idea of what our “Nade” or the “Gangster Club” did in NY will be appreciated.”

      this time also , there were some out standing achievements upon completion of their annual pilgrimage ,

      1)Accepting Chris nonis’s resignation letter high drama , this is yet another miracle from the miracle of Asia,apparently Chris Nonis had gate crashed and started abusing the innocent lady , this resulted the decent/educated Sajin to use his well practiced diplomatic skills to show the world how civilized ( it’s ironic , 2500 years civilization) we sri lankans are , adding insult to the injuries , all over sudden the victim became the aggressor and an investigation is under way to name , shame and blame the real culprit . earlier these sort of stories were only for domestic consumption (Duminda , Mervin el at) but now for the whole world.

      2)boomeranging the cooked up story of US softening it’s stance over MR and his regime, another public humiliation .

      3)back firing from Indian PM’s office at the other cooked up story of TNA ‘s non participation at PSC, yes yet another embarrassment.

      4)Clarification from Ban ki Moon’s office of the “Aluthgama debacle “

      so lasantha , all in all we could say , well done Maha Rajanani !!

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    It is only now the Public is getting to know how our MFA functions.
    Looks like it is no better than our Police Dept, Judiciary, Bribery commission, Election Commission and all other Ministries.

    Looks like MFA is thoroughly disorganized, disoriented and disqualified.

    Meanwhile we herd there was an entourage “Nade” of 70 went with President to this year’s UNGA and booked two floors of the super luxury Waldorf Astoria Hotel. We like to know what the final bill was, and what benefit the country got from it.

    After using a Tele Promptor for “half hour” to read at the GA, and meeting some foreign delegates, what other useful stuff they did for one whole week other than Partying and shopping. If anybody has any idea of what our “Nade” or the “Gangster Club” did in NY will be appreciated.

    The latest news is Govt.media minister Keheliya Rambukwella the Australian “stunt jumper” says that Dr.Nonis “Gate crashed” the dinner hosted by the Director-Air Lanka in New York. Next time he will surely say that Dr.Nonis hit himself to his face, head and Butt.

    May be Prof.Rajiva should investigate this incident and reveal to the CT readers as to what really happened.

    No wonder the GOSL run by a bunch of uneducated, uncivilized and uncultured thugs and criminals and “Fortune Tellers” and “Kattadiyas” are the advisers, decision makers and consultants. No wonder country is going to a Pig pit.

    MFA should be changed to Ministry of “GKN”……..”Guti Kemata Niyamithai” Ministry.

    Jayawewa……Namo….Namo…Namo…..Passa.

    It’s time Prof. Rajiva writes his book on MFA politics and their activities.

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    RAJIAVA wIJESINGHE IS SELLING HIMSELF TO GET into the national List of MPs.

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    What I infer from this article is that the president has appointed many commissions who never sit even once and therefore nothing that the president intended to address thru their appointment was ever done. Now what kind of buffoon continues to think that this president is competent at his job?

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    It clearly shows that Rajiva cannot hold on to a job for long. He has served at the U/ Peradeniya, U/ Sri Jayewardenepura, U/ Sabaragamuwa, British Council, St. Thomas’ College, Peace Secretariat, National list MP, etc jumping from place to place. Are there any more not mentioned here? You left those places as either they did not want you anymore or you were displeased as your expectations were too high or both. So you are one who has “IBF” (Inna Beri Feeling) So IBF has hit you again as you are not happy being an appointed back-bencher in the Parliament and the powers-to-be don’t trust you to give you any responsibility. Isn’t that the truth?

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    I think that the average Sinhalese are “thick skinned” From the way they are still clinging to this government, after complaining about every one involved in this unlawful, murderous, human rights violating Government. Instead of complaining they should have all resigned and made this government to dissolve!
    They all know what this government has done to the country and its citizens, and still continue to wreck the country. At least it is time for them to think seriously about doing something useful for the future generation of this country!!

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    Here be the the Seven Dwarfs accompanying Mr.Not-snowwhite: Tissa Vitarna (LSSP), DEW (Communist Party), Vasudeva (No name Party), Weerawansa (which party?), Hakeem (SLMC), Devananda (whatever party), Malcolm (Catholic non-party). There are dozens of other midgets, too long to list out, hanging to the satakaya too

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    Prof:

    Let us analyse the following:

    “Most pernicious for Sri Lanka was the failure to deal consistently and coherently with the UN on what were termed accountability issues. Well before GL became Foreign Minister, the President had agreed, in a joint communication with the UN Secretary General, to address such issues. Nothing was done about this, and there was no response too later in 2009 to an American query about possible violations of law. This was very politely worded, and included material that would have helped us rebut any serious charges, but the President simply appointed a committee chaired by an octogenarian lawyer, which never met. My constant reminders to members of the Committee, and to Mohan Pieris who was Attorney General, and seen as the front man on such legal issues, achieved nothing, though Pieris kept assuring me that he understood the seriousness of the problem”.

    *** With the above You may fool and hoodwink the Sinhalese masses that
    that there was the intention to Resolve the Tamil issue by the THUG from Hambanthotta but you cant fool the vast Majority of the Tamils except Douglas and a few others. Even Anathasangari who accepted bounties from MR was decimated at the election.
    Your President promised many things to many people but he was not a fool and he had no intention of carrying out anything.

    1) He promised Banki Moon the Buddhist Monk to address the issue of Accountability and please tell me how this could have been achieved when Banki was a partner in Crime to which he later admitted.
    2) MR promised to implement 13th Amendment when he met Sushma Swaraj but he was caught out during his 20 minute meeting with Modi.

    All it shows is that MR is a master of deception and all he wanted to do was to promise little here little there to buy time to complete Ethnic Cleansing.
    But I hope that when UNHCR delivers its verdict in January the Western Nations will act forcing India to follow suit so that there is NO MORE TAMIL BLOOD.

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