12 November, 2019

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Muslims Should Turn Left

By Ameer Ali

Dr. Ameer Ali

To start with, let us briefly review some of the important landmarks in the history of Muslim community in this country since it set foot in the 8th century. For more than a millennium and until the beginning of the 20th century, Muslims enjoyed a unique and exemplary period of peaceful coexistence and prosperous living that is incomparable with any other Muslim minority anywhere in the world. In this regard, this community is indebted to the boundless hospitality and benevolence extended to them by the Buddhist monarchs of this blessed island. Even when the community faced repression under the Portuguese it was a Buddhist monarch who provided asylum to Muslim refugees. 

That era of peaceful coexistence and relative prosperity received a hiccup in 1915 under British rule, when riots broke out between Sinhalese and Muslims, primarily because of the uneven distribution of economic opportunities and benefits arising from a laissez faire plantation economy. There were also other reasons, which, for the sake of brevity can be skipped for the moment. However, the bitterness provoked by these riots between the two communities evaporated soon and relations went back to normal until the country became independent in 1948.

From mid 1950s, another chapter opened in the political history of this country, which once again brought the two communities even closer. Unfortunately, this closeness took place at the expense of a larger minority, Tamils, that decided to distance itself from coalescing with the Sinhalese, and chose to engage in a political struggle which was to cost them dearly as that struggle proceeded and became violent. In a sense, given the ethno-democratic politics of independent Sri Lanka, the post-1950s closeness between Muslims and Sinhalese was more a politically motivated pragmatic alliance of convenience than a marriage out of love. However opportunistic that closeness was, it endured, in spite of occasional bubbles, until very recently and benefitted the Muslim community in many ways. 

The year 2009, which closed, perhaps for ever, the separatist aspirations of the Tamil community, also brought into question, from a group of ultra-nationalistic Buddhist Sinhalese, the usefulness and relevance of an alliance of convenience with Muslims.  Actually, that year marked an epochal transformation in the relative political configuration of all three communities.    To the Sinhalese Buddhists, the absolute annihilation of the Tamil militia promised the ultimate realisation of a long cherished dream to Buddhisize Sri Lanka. The ultra-nationalist Buddhists coalesced and emerged into a supremacist movement intending to transform political Buddhism into a domineering hegemonic force. To Tamils, it was a time for serious self-introspection about where they went wrong in the past, and how they should re-design their future to live with dignity and honour and without losing their proud cultural heritage. And, to Muslims the year 2009 marked the beginning of a new era of turbulence not only in their relationship with both Sinhalese and Tamils, but also within themselves. It is in such a tumultuous political atmosphere that all three communities are called upon to elect a new president in a few days and a new government later. Although the issues facing the minorities have been discussed in general previously (see, “Political Buddhism, Presidential Race & Minorities”, Colombo Telegraph, 25.10.2019 and Daily FT, 28.10.2019) the following discussion is focused entirely on Muslims.  

Muslims are in a real quandary. Their current situation is a self-inflicted wound started pestering because of past neglect. In the early decades after independence, when Muslim political leaders enjoyed a period of honeymoon with their Sinhalese counterparts, and were able to win several favours from the governments, benefiting both themselves privately and their community publicly, many of them had little idea as to how their community was going to change in the future. Because of lack of foresight, Muslim leaders in general took little notice of some of the religious and social undercurrents in the community, which were to turn cataclysmic as the century moved into its last quarter. I have alluded to these undercurrents in several of my previous contributions to this journal (see for example, “From the Safest to an Insecure Sri Lanka for Muslims”, Colombo Telegraph, 6, 9 and 14 March 2018), and need no repetition now.  It was these undercurrents that ultimately produced Zahran and his National Tawheed Jamaat of terrorists, which killed hundreds of innocent Christian worshippers on that fateful Easter Sunday. Having failed to detect the currents on time and take appropriate counter measures to navigate the community along safe waters, it is of no use now for Muslim leaders to plead innocence for what happened in April. One may even go a step further and accuse Muslim leadership for worsening the situation by taking political advantage of those undercurrents. (Whether the Easter tragedy could have been prevented or not is not relevant for this discussion.) 

Today, the entire community has become a target of attack by supremacists. Mosques are vandalised, Muslim businesses are boycotted, Muslim professionals are being accused of illegal practices, Muslim women are harassed, and even Muslim tenants are refused to rent or lease properties from Sinhalese owners. More seriously, Muslims have been pronounced as aliens after living here for more than a millennium.  Neither the President, nor the Prime Minister and nor the Leader of Opposition has condemned this outrage and said anything so far to mitigate the sorrows of Muslims. It appears that all of them are prepared to grant impunity to supremacist miscreants and would even encourage them to carry on with their anti-Muslim operations, if those operations were to benefit the leaders’ politically. Otherwise, why should President Sirisena, when he was planning to contest for the presidency for a second term grant pardon and release a monk who was noted for his anti-Muslim activities and was in prison for contempt of court? Shamelessly, a couple of Muslim politicians were also reported to have requested the President to release that monk. In this growing atmosphere of insecurity and hopelessness for Muslims, they are now facing an election to vote for a new president. What choice have they got?  

If Muslims have any rational understanding about the true nature of party politics in this country, and if they are interested in the long term interest of themselves and their off springs, they should first learn to accept the advice of their political and even religious leaders with lots of reservation. These leaders are sanctimonious and are worried more about their own future than that of the community.  The community’s real issues are not about mosques, madrasas, female attire and halal food, as bandied about by Muslim politicians, but about landlessness, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, drug addiction and discrimination. These are also issues confronting citizens of other communities. Therefore, Muslims need a president and a government that tackles these issues with a comprehensive long term strategy and treat everyone equally with justice and fairness. The cabinet should consist of technocrats and public administration must be run by meritocracy.

Contrary to what some Muslim leaders are saying, there are no unique and exclusive rights for Muslims in this country that should be denied to others. As Sri Lankans every one of its citizens share the same rights and responsibilities. If this is understood, then Muslim voters should choose that candidate for presidency who guarantees equality of treatment and justice to all. 

In this presidential election, the choice is narrowed down to three candidates, Gota (SLPP), Sajith (UNP) and Anura (NPP).  Of the three, the first two are undoubtedly under the clutches of ultra-nationalist Buddhists.  Apart from Gota’s and Sajith’s lavish but irresponsible, unaffordable and uncoordinated promises regarding economy and welfare, these two are unwilling to repudiate the ultra-nationalist agenda of the supremacists. That agenda goes far beyond the foremost status afforded to Buddhism by the constitution. Supremacists want positive discrimination in favour of Buddhists in every sector of the economy and polity. Therefore, whether Gota or Sajith, Muslims are not going to get justice and fairness. To win the trust of the minorities these candidates should make their position clear regarding Buddhist supremacists. While, the Buddhist far right is fully behind Gota, Sajith cannot afford to antagonise them. This is the core of the dilemma confronting the two minorities in this election, and this is where the importance of the third candidate, Anura Kumara Dissanayake comes into prominence.

AKD with his NPP campaign platform is the only one that speaks about the fundamental issues confronting the nation. Eradicating corruption and wastage in public administration, downsizing omnibus cabinets, introducing coordinated and responsible economic reforms without upsetting too much the market paradigm, strengthening the rule of law, and promoting national harmony are some of the attractive features detectable from NPP manifesto. More importantly, NPP is not in favour of any religion and its hierocracy to play a role in national politics.  NPP in other words, is the emerging New Left in the country, which is different from the pre-Cold War left. There is no better government in a plural democracy than one that treats every component of that pluralism equally and on the basis of merit. NPP promises this. What more do Muslims and other minorities want?  

Without sympathy and support from the majority community minorities have no chance of winning any of their demands. NPP is an alternative force that is rooted within the majority but speaking inclusively and genuinely on behalf of the nation as a whole. If Muslims are wise enough they should vote for AKD on the 16th to strengthen NPP in the next parliament. Voting for AKD is part of a long term strategy to save the country and its people from pseudo-patriots and profiteers. NPP is also the answer to the challenge from the Buddhist far right. 

It is time Muslim public realise that they had been taken for a ride by their own leaders for a long time. Now, in chutzpah one Muslim professional has the nerve to threaten the community that if Muslims do not vote for his candidate and join the bandwagon there would be a terrible backlash. Worse than what they are facing now?  To put it bluntly, Muslims should reject both leading candidates and go with the third. Their destiny after 2019 lies only in turning to the left. 

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    Muslims should vote for the Lewariya Boy. The UNP is pro-Israel while the Rajapaksas are reknown pro Palestenians.

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      RedyNethi Shamal Perera:
      You’re right; the choice is between Lewariya Boy vs “Le” & War Man, voting AKD is wasting votes.

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      No need for Muslims to turn left or right, they must learn to act straight.

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        Lanka Perera

        “they must learn to act straight.”

        While Sinahala/Buddhist are racing to the bottom. The only problem is they are taking the rest of the people with them.

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        Lanka Perera – out of all your comments against Muslims, this is agreeable.

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      “The Rajapakses are reknown pro Palestinians”

      You are living in the 1970’s retired Ole fella. True MR was the founder Leader of Palestine Solidarity in the 1970’s at the early stages of his political career and till he became the President of the country. Thereafter, he became so close to the zionist entity that there were regular visits to Tel Aviv by Ministers and Officials culminating in the visit of MR himself to Tel Aviv on Jan. 09, 2014. He is the FIRST and ONLY President of Sri Lanka to visit the zionist entity.

      Though,President JR restored in the 1980’s DPL relations with the zionist entity severed by Mrs. B in the 1970’s, NEVER did he visit Israel and the relationship was quite low. President Premadasa once again severed the relationship soon after he became President in the 1990s

      Though Chandrika restored the relationship again in 2000, the relationship was basically cool and low lying.

      So, to MR and the Rjapakses goes the Honour of Betraying and Letting Down the Palestinians.

      Learn Facts and Educate yourself, Retd. Ole fella.

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        Excellent response by you to that retired old fart of an officer that is lending his rear assets

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          Thank you Karu.

          This Retd. Ole Fella may be one of our soldiers who went for training back in the 1980s to the zionist land. And you know the arrogant zionists called our soldiers, “monkeys” Do you think that they did so after seeing this Retd. Ole Fella?

          This Retd. Ignoramus doesn’t seem to know that the Treacherous zionists also trained the LTTE Terrorists in their camps at the same time to kill our soldiers.

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            Muhandiram
            Do you not know Zionists also trained the LTTE at the same time in the 80’s separately?
            How did they called them?

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            Muhandiram, Retarded Shemale Perehera bugger went to Army mascot training school and failed miserably as he was so damn stupid even to learn the tricks of the trade. Then he wanted to hang himself as he could not return to his village, so he tried to hang himself. The army felt bad and gave him this silly ‘Lt’., position and asked him to clean toilets. After 30 years of service cleaning toilets, they retired him off. Now he is cleaning toilets in Canada. He cleans my office toilets and pissed off that he has to clean some gunk that came out of minorities.

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    Muslims suffer immensely by their attempt to stand apart from the society in which they live, in terms of attire and association, rituals and the like. While “moderate” Muslims do blend more easily with the mainstream, their politics would be far better served in supporting a third force such as the NPP led by Anura Kumara Dissanayake. The two other candidates will merely appease Muslim leaders who are largely useless to the average Muslim citizen.

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      Prof. Amir Ali:

      “Voting for AKD is part of a long term strategy to save the country and its people from pseudo-patriots and profiteers. NPP is also the answer to the challenge from the Buddhist far right”

      Questions in, for how long the JVP is going to stand on that stance? Perhaps till they face a few defeats to realize that they no-longer can win elections promising pluralism equally on merits and follow suit strategies of UNP/SLPP?

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      Dr. Ameer Ali,

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2jgM6SAWTvo

      Listen to what Anura KD has to say. He is telling the truth.

      The issue is fo the Muslims, Sinhala and Tamils have the IQ, common sense and emotional intelligence used rationally to support Anura KD.

      Are their Ulama, Momks , Oriests and Politicians delivering, other than maintaining their own hegemony?

      Every voter with common sense and sufficient intelligence should vote for Anura KD in this presidential election and send a message – no more crooks .

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        “Every voter with common sense and sufficient intelligence should vote for Anura KD” – Amarasir, Just wait till 16th, but don’t be shocked to know how many such people this Wonder of Asia has still left with.

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      Lasantha,
      I don’t think there is a special need to ask Muslims to turn left; the leftover Jihadists will do it automatically either by joining JVP or FSP as a cover for their extremism. This is the meaning of Ameer Ali’s request; he wants to push SL Muslims towards Jihadism via the so-called left. If not, this request has no meaning at all for SL Muslims who has nothing to gain but has so much to lose by embracing Marxist left politics.

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    “Muslims Should Turn Left”- NO. This is not an advisable or the correct “Directive”. The PEOPLE must be allowed to use their “CHOICE” of the “CORRECT PATH” to “Sustainable Development” of the country and the “TEAM” that could be TRUSTED and CAPABLE to handle such Governmental affairs, with dedication devoid of their own “Personal Agenda”. This age old dictum of “RIGHT” and “LEFT”: must be given up by all the people, and that is the “FIRST STEP” towards “Freedom” from “Bondage” and “Slavery” to “Political Colors” and their “Leaders”. Today, even after more than seven decades of experiencing the ruination of the country and making life miserable, if people are directed to take the same path of “Left” and “Right”, nothing can be done to prevent their been left in the blind ally of “Ignorance” and “Slavery”. Unfortunately, we still in 2019, the campaign trail of electing the 2020 “President” too has taken the same old path. Do people “WEIGH” in the political, economic and social implications of the “Policy Statements” already put out? NO. Unfortunately the “Intellectuals”. “Professionals; “Business Leaders” who should provide that “GUIDE” too have “BONDED” with “PERSONS” and have become stooges who blow out piped music. That “PATH” and “THE TEAM” of Trustworthy and Capable to handle the implementations are all “FORGOTTEN” In the end, it would be the resonance of “WE MADE A MISTAKE”. .

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    Dr. Ameer Ali,

    Thanks for your well-articulated essay as to why the Para-Muslims should vote for Anura of NPP/JVP. JVP has a Marxist history and background with violence, and a section of the populace have realized that this is not an issue in this election, as both Gota and Sajith are prepared to pamper to the Para-Sinhala Para-“Buddhists” and Para-“Nationalists”, who probably comprise 10 to 20 percent of the Para-Sinhala “Buddhist” population, and prepared to forgo the support of the balance 80-90 percent of the Para-Sinhala Buddhists, and the 30 percent of the Para-Minorities, Para-Muslims, Para-Tamils and Para-Christians.

    In Marxist Ideology, Religion is the Opium of the masses, and does not recognize ethnicity and religion as sacred. For the Muslims, Buddhists, Christians and Hindus, Religion is sacred, and are under the influence of the Ulama, Monks, and Priests, even though not a single soul/ no-soul have been set to heaven , Nirvana or Nibbana, yet.

    The religious leaders have no hegemony under a Marxist administration, and do not have a free hand to commit crimes and disobey the law.

    Furthermore, BOTH Gota and Sajith are representing the crooks and thieves, Gota to a much higher level with criminal history.

    The biggest impediment is the low mean IQ of the populace, 79, and the resulting lack of common senses and emotional intelligence not rationally used.

    Given this situation All the voters with common sense, irrespective of their intelligence, ethnicity, religions and political ideologies, MUST vote for Anura of the NPP.

    The big question is will the voters intelligence and common sense achieve this, irrespective of their emotional intelligence?

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    Ameer Ali, they should have taken the turn long before and avoided some casualty. But then they were led by their own crooked leaders/ opportunistic politicians who dumped them neither left or right but in the middle of a highway, (like strayed animals ) to get hit by both sides of the vehicles. Hope they take the right coarse and not continue in their blind path.

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    A Muslim political leader conscious of the welfare of his community should advise his people to.vote freely between major political parties, JVP and the Muslim Congress. Minority communities should keep away from voting based on their ethnicity or religion. By doing so they are they isolating themselves from the majority Community.

    Soma

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      Soma, just imagine our next president goes to a foreign country with his “ping ketaya”, and those leaders say, “Sorry, you were elected only by majority votes, go and find a Sinhala-Buddhist country for help” – next hop, Myanmar? Learn to live with all.

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    Those Muslims who are urging the fellow-members of their Community to vote for AKD at the next Presidential Election should pause for a moment and reflect upon an important question.
    Is it possible for pious Muslims to vote for a Candidate who has clearly stated that his party will fight for the rights of the oppressed LBGTIQ community.
    https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/jvp-vows-to-fight-for-the-rights-of-oppressed-lgbtiq-community/
    Under a future JVP Government, would Male (and hopefully Female) Quazis be required to permit same-sex marriages under a revised MMDA ?
    Will Ameer Ali request the ACJU to issue a Fatwa on this issue ?

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      Kemo Sabey

      “Is it possible for pious Muslims to vote for a Candidate who has clearly stated that his party will fight for the rights of the oppressed LBGTIQ community.”

      It will help lot of the closet Muslim members of the LBGTIQ community to voluntarily out themselves, practise what they deem themselves to be without fear or shame, … unlike the hypocrites, …………….

      Quazis will be the first to out themselves if the the state legally protect them from hypocrites like you. These are personal choices and preferences that they should have in the first place as long as these choices they make don’t violate my posterior.

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    Most Politicians are not honest and forthright and will do or say anything to win votes to secure power and then implement their own Agenda, whether or not such agenda was canvassed during the Campaign. Their past deeds and actions would be a strong indicator of their future performance. Through all this cacophony, the Voter should decide who is the more credible and suitable candidate to deliver one’s own aspirations and desires.

    Voters, please use you franchise wisely and aptly.

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    Most Politicians are not honest and forthright and will do or say anything to win votes to secure power and then implement their own Agenda, whether or not such agenda was canvassed during the Campaign. Their past deeds and actions would be a strong indicator of their future performance. Through all this cacophony, the Voter should decide who is the more credible and suitable candidate to deliver one’s own aspirations and desires.

    Voters, please use you franchise wisely and aptly

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    This is to the attention of all Muslims.

    There was a concerted effort by anti-Rajapakse mafia to put the blame of anti-Muslim riot in Aluthgama on Rajapakses. Ven.Baddegama Samitha who appeared in ‘Satana’ program in Sirasa TV on 29 October 2019 reveled that people who are responsible for that incident is Champika Ranawake’s JHU. Ven. Dambala Amila who was there did not deny that.

    Even President Rajapakse indirectly told the same thing. He said ‘Yakada Miniha’ is responsible and he is now in the present Government.

    Now Champuka is a prominent promoter of Mr. Sri Mukhaya. Muslims, think twice before you vote to Mr. Sri Mukhaya.

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      Eagle Aiyoo, Muslims never said MR did that. But Muslims say that MR govt couldn’t stop or take action against perpetrators.

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    “Muslims Should Turn Left” after giving Right signal? That is what Ali Sabry is indirectly promoting.

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    sajith is the only alternative. AK wont win, waste of vote, our objective should be to defeat gota at any cost.

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    gota will kill muslims with his new jew friends. gnansaraya and the dogs will start barking when gota comes to power. 112 mosques destroyed by these thugs. thats the reason zaharan attacked. zaharan was paid a salary by gota for 10 years as a operative.

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    I thought all Muslim Movers and Shakers, starting from Rauf Hakeem , Rishad Bathudeen, Abdul Rahuman , Haleem , Kabir Hashim, are all in the Right united as one, and, totally under the Right Wing of Dr Ranil ,after the Suicide Bombs fell on the Catholic Churches on Easter Sunday in April 2019..

    Why would they budge after Dr Ranil told the Colombo Media that he will be the PM after the 16th leading the all in one UNP Government for the first time.

    BTW, My Elders tell me the Anglican and the Muslim businesses in the Top End of the Town got together and influenced the British Governor to Hang a Buddhist Young Businessman in Colombo because he was doing a great job to expand his Family Business ..

    Wonder which party did they belong to in 1915?..

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      KASmaalam K.A. Sumanasekera

      “Wonder which party did they belong to in 1915?”

      Which party did you and your family belong to in 1915, 1948, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1971, 1974, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1987 and 1991, …… particularly between 2005 and 2015?

      Which party did the public racist Anagarika Homeless Dharmapala (contemporary of
      Hindian Fascists Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar, Aryan Fascists in Europe ……………………. ) belong to between 1864 and 1933?

      By the way when did your family convert to Sinhala/Buddhism a new identity concocted by the exiled racist Anagarika Homeless Dharmapala? When did they leave south India?
      When did you first start carrying Mahinda’s b***s?

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      “Why would they budge after Dr Ranil told the Colombo Media that he will be the PM after the 16th leading the all in one UNP Government for the first time”

      Dr. Ranil also told us about VW factory, nation wide WiFi, punish wrong doers in MR govt etc. What happened to those? Keep it also in the same list, Sajith will take care of it. Move over Sajith promised only on Fonseka’s ministry, he never utter a word about PM..go by it..

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    left or right won’t make any difference.However if muslims stop making money then it could.In no country in the world does the majority like a minority to thrive.They keep them down somehow.

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      shankar, true, and also a study shows minorities are successful in many countries. When people are challenged they work harder, achieve targets and unity within them increases – this is human nature.

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    ameer ali seems to be paid by gota, to confuse the muslims.

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    Ideally, I agree with you that JVP is best but, it will not get support of Sinhalese to form any government. AKD is good but Sinhalese will not yet vote for him. So, we should not waste our votes . May be in next general election. not in this one. Sinhalese do not trust JVP yet.

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    Tamils have suffered for decades for standing up for their rights. But our suffering is like that of gold being purified in fire or carbon under pressure which becomes a diamond. The way karmic tides are shifting, tamils have a bright future but mslims in SL do not. Muslims betrayed their tamil ethnicity and helped Sinhala racists destroy tamils for many decades. Both the latter communities have alot of accumulated bad karma and will pay for it. The ongoing rains and natural disasters on the island are part of this karma. But much worse is coming.

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    Is the left pointing towards Mecca? Then OK.

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    Muslims usually turn Left, Right and Center. They are never straight. Depending on their marinas Compass.

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    Lankan Moslems will always align with the winner. If they make a mistake in the elections they will still bribe themselves into the house that wins. The author is engaging is classical Taqqia here to subvert the Sinhalese and Tamils Kaffirs. Do not believe a word he says, because he has only one objective, to do his part to hoodwink the Kaffir and gain time until 2030 when the Moslem majority, as one solid block, can demand anything they want. By that time, the Sinhalese, who are down to around 40% in population in the under 40 year group, will be a much easier, subservient groups to bend to their will. Moslems WILL have a Moslem Prime Minister by 2040 and a Moslem President will emerge from the chaos of Lanka in 2050 aligning himself with Pakistan and all the other lunatic, fanatics countries in the region.

    Lanka needs a strong man to lead it and to possibly change the current trajectory of the demographic time bomb. Moslems should be made to pay substantial taxes for the third child and for the fourth child born to a woman, the tax should be raised to a level that is just unthinkable to bear. Sinhalese and Tamil people should be given incentives and state funded welfare for growing their population back to the 1970 levels when birth control for Kaffirs was started. I can only see one man who can bring this type of changes to Lanka. Its definitely not Sajit Prem, who is of low IQ bordering on retard level. He should not be allowed to run anything more than a small shop selling clothes like those you find in mall towns in Lanka. He will be ideal for that work.

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      Jay Chamboo,

      “Moslems WILL have a Moslem Prime Minister by 2040 and a Moslem President will emerge from the chaos of Lanka in 2050”

      If you have the courage to show your face & talk good Sinhala, you will make a few good bucks doing it in Youtube. Right buyers with right IQ for your services are easily found there. CT is an upscale, sorry.

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        Why is this urge to see my face? This is usual Moslem fanaticism. Attack the person, not the idea. Defunct Moslem pariah states like Pakistan disintegrating in front of our eyes, while polytheist, pagan India is making massive strides, and these Taqqia Master want to bring the same ISIS Jihadi poison to Lanka. I have steadfastly maintained that Lankan Moslems must be tracked on a register, their biomarkers, DNA identified and entered into a database. Western countries should be informed of this database so that the Jihadi ISIS menace from Lanka does not spread to them, bringing further discredit to Lanka. Over 80% of Lanka Moslems are radicalized beyond recovery and must be incarcerated as China does with Uighurs. To do this Lanka must get China, USA and West and Russia on her side. A curmudgeon like Ranil should not be allowed a place except in the opposition, and Sajit the retard should be treated for ADHD problems along with Ranil for senility. These low energy morons should be kept away from power while someone like GR should lead the country.

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          Jay Chamboo – When you say, “Muslims becoming majority in 10 years, 80% radicalized, currently Muslims are majority in the age group of 30 – 50”; do you expect any person who have completed grade 2 in a school or have little common sense wouldn’t mock at you? But I didn’t attack or mock at you, just helped an unlettered person by showing a way to make little money out of sympathy. For other things you blubber, you expect me to take you serious? LOL.

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    Thank you Karu.

    This Retd. Ole Fella may be one of our soldiers who went for training back in the 1980s to the zionist land. And you know the arrogant zionists called our soldiers, “monkeys” Do you think that they did so after seeing this Retd. Ole Fella?

    This Retd. Ignoramus doesn’t seem to know that the Treacherous zionists also trained the LTTE Terrorists in their camps at the same time to kill our soldiers.

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    Not only Muslims but all minorities must turn to the ballot against Gotler. If the Muslims and Tamils fail to favour SajithP, all minorities will suffer because minorities will be exterminated not by the BULLET by being dynamited. The Muslims will be the first victims because they’re the defenseless without any political base. Exterminating the Tamils and treating them as animals through suppression. It is the Tamils that will rise again with EALAM and we may see a return to violence during the civil war if Gotler and the Rajapaka’s are elected. That is why we need to defeat them and send them back or hang them on a lamp post by their sathakaya. Bone licking, boot kissing, balls sucking Ali Sabry’s should be castrated and hanged on the Rajapakaya’s Madamulane windows instead.

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    I’d prefer Muslims to turn upside down.

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