27 September, 2020

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No Bail For Weerawansa Comrades

Loyalists to Wimal Weerawansa, NFF’s Parliamentarian Jayantha Samaraweera and Sarath Weerawansa were today ordered to be further remanded by the Colombo Fort Magistrate till October 24.

Wimal Weerawansa

Wimal Weerawansa

They are currently in remand for misusing vehicles belonging to the Presidential Secretariat, during former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s term, which has resulted in the state incurring a loss of at least Rs. 15 million.

Sarath, is the brother of Parliamentarian Wimal Weerawansa, while Samaraweera is a MP representing Weerawansa’s National Freedom Front (NFF). Samaraweera is being charged for misusing vehicles to the tune of Rs. 5 million, while Weerawansa has been remanded on charges that he had misused vehicles amounting to at least Rs. 10.5 million

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    Wimal Buruwasne will have stupid argument on this too.

    And the same punnakku eating supporter will stay as if they are irresivably made hallozinated.

    The circus will continue.

    I have no sympathy on thse merciless uneducated buggers, that have provably abused mountains of poor tax payers funds.

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    Alone the questiion, if can be raised, as to why so called former JVP man
    to allow his brother to abuse former President s vehicles that way, is more than enough to put prove these men are born corrupt guys, not worth even become to Gramasewakas but made the upper hand of FORMER GONTHADIYA, who let looted the nation as no other leaders in entire DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.

    I believe, Mahinda Rajakashe has no whatsover ever right about to add his prevarications about anything today, when studying the gravity of harms deliberately done or let done during his 2nd term of the office.

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    WHY THE READERS SEEM NOT EVEN TAKING IT SERIOUS THE ISSUES RELATED TO THIS BARBARIC IRC THUG – THUNMULLE WIMALE ?

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    Booruwansa alias Weerasangili Pannikkiyalage Wimalasena would still be drumming or devil dancing, if not for PM SWRD Bandaranaike, in the outskirts of Loolbadduwa, in Pasdun Korale, West. Podineris, Booruwansa’s father who was a Low Counrty Dancer and a Drummer in Berawagoda. near Loolbadduwa, the birth place of CWW Kannangara. After Bandaranaike’s victory in 1956, he gave all such dancers teaching appointments and for Booruwansa’s luck Podineris also got an appointment to a school in Kalutara. Booruwansa’s father was scared to wear shoes when going to school from Berawagoda, as those low caste fellows were not permitted to wear such apparels by the Goigama appuhamys Gammana, Loolbadduwa, Ittapana etc. Booruwansa who opposes the Human Rights of the UN, should be thankful to them for intervening in the ill treatment of the low castes like Booruwansa by the high castes. In short if not for Human Rights Booruwansa would have been still drumming.

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      What matters is the content he passes to the guliiable folks. I dont mind them to be berawa or rada or any others so long any healthy blood flow in their vessels. What matters for me is their mouth pieces, that outreach the poor .. that are really in need. They the men like Burumusalaya live on the dead bodies of these masses. I hate the kind of unqulified, unlernt men to have reached the top… in the destruction of the nation rather than turning it to a good one.

      Their speeches contain all the garbage- for him any foreign join hands are read as ” anna – foreign invasion”… ” menna they make every efforts to catch srilanka”. What do we have them to catch that way ? Do we have oil or diamonds except that the geographical location of the island…. anyways, all in all, they the developed folks have a big choice today: If they are forbiddened to welcome in srilanka, they can go to India, Bangaladsh, Malaysia and other ocuntries. Where they can even more cheaper labour can be the case.

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