21 October, 2017

PM Cameron Meets CM Wigneswaran In Jaffna

By S.Sivathasan

S.Sivathasan

S.Sivathasan

Knowing full well that a very productive meeting will take place between two stalwarts in a face to face engagement, I spoke to Chief Minister on 15th night. He was happy to speak quite precisely about the path breaking discussion he had with Prime Minister Cameron.

Uppermost in the Chief Minister’ mind was the effective functioning of the Northern Provincial Council. Towards this end, he requested support from the Prime Minister and also his assistance. He supplemented his conversation with a prepared document outlining six issues of great concern. They were:

1)     Demilitarisation of Northern Province and Transition from Military to Civilian Governor. The CM pointed out the clear statement in the Manifesto and the overwhelming vote received for its endorsement.

2)     Full implementation of the 13th Amendment with a view to obtaining maximum devolution possible. To ensure meaningful devolution, the need to assign land and police powers to NPC was stressed.

3)     Strengthening and building Institutional Capacity of Northern Provincial Council and Provincial Administration. The importance of grants and technical assistance including info-communication assets was urged.

4)     Resettlement of the Internally Displaced. Funding and expertise to carry out this programme to meet international norms were seen as imperative.

5)     Post War Reconstruction and Rebuilding. The struggling Northern Province would look forward to UK taking the initiative together with Commonwealth partners, EU and USA to think of a ‘Marshall Plan’ not for restitution but for redevelopment.

6)     Education and Employment. Developing capacities in secondary and vocational segments is deemed essential. More important is to set sights at tertiary level particularly in ICT. For this purpose establishment of a ‘Northern Institute of Information Technology’- NIIT, under the aegis of the UK Government is envisaged.

The Chief Minister handed over three separate documents, outlining the above. Regarding Education, there was a lengthy note on establishing a Northern Institute of Information Technology. Prime Minister Cameron promised to look into all of them. He also undertook to take up every matter that was discussed with the President with whom he had a dinner engagement on Friday night.

To begin with there were questions by the Prime Minister and answers from the Chief Minister. About the discussion that followed, Cameron commented “I had talked to so many about the Sri Lankan problem both in Sri Lanka as well as abroad. But this was the most lucid, clear, pointed, easy and logical discussion I have had. I thank you Mr. Chief Minister for that”. He didn’t fail to extend an invitation to the Chief Minister to No. 10, Downing Street saying “ He would be delighted to look after me when I come.”

The Chief Minister had this to say about the Prime Minister “ He is no doubt a handsome man and just one inch taller than I. Talks fast, thinks fast, on the dot and focused with regard to his facts and what he wants to find out. Quite young too.”

The Prime Minister was received by Mr. Sampanthan, Mr. sumanthiran and Chief Minister Wigneswaran. He said “he was happy that after 1948, he was the first Head of Government to visit Jaffna”. The venue of the meeting was kept under wraps. Discussions took place in the 1st floor of Jaffna public library. The Prime Minister was accompanied by Edward Llewellyn, Chief of Staff to the PM.

On their way back from the meeting, Chief Minister noted that the PM’s car was mobbed by the dear ones of those who were missing. There were shouts and sobs and an open expression of grief. The PM’s desire to meet them was being served.

The best part of the meeting was that it started on an encouraging note and ended with hopes of optimism.

[A comprehensive report will follow]

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    I hope peace loving liberal minded Sri Lankans will be happy to hear this news. We Sinhalese should not always doubt every move of the Tamils. They are humans too, with hopes and aspirations similar to the Sinhalese. They too want a better future and a safe and secure country to live in. People should learn to forget the past ….the animosity and mistrust between the two communities should be a thing of the past. Lets hope that this will be the beginning for a better life for the northern Tamil community.

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      When you will give respect and treat equally your follow citizen, SL will be Wonder of Asia. After 2009 Tamils in SL don’t have any idea for separation. They expect decent life with dignity. I think, it is not going to happen during MARA’s regime. Anyway appreciate your understanding as a Tamil.

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        Very good news, this!

        Cameron met Indian PM Manmohan Singh before going to Colombo and Jaffna…

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      Kalu Nangi, as CM Vignesvaran said:-

      “On their way back from the meeting, Chief Minister noted that the PM’s car was mobbed by the dear ones of those who were missing.”

      We are glad that the PM noted ‘the dear ones of those who were missing.’

      Hope he was also given a chance to visit the soldiers who were disabled by the LTTE

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        What about visiting the relatives of the tens of thousands of Tamils butchered by GOSL soldiers and the many Tamils raped and tortured by GOSL .

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        and the soliders and commanders who shelled civilians hospitals and raped and killed civilains too

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      Welcome words Kalu Nangi. Top stuff!
      Cameron was right to come; he was brave to go to Jaffna.
      What transpired gives much hope. None of us should rest until we have justice and dignity in our land; and that should extend to our Tamil brethren.

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      Kalu Nangi may be a politically interested TAMIL WOMAN.

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      Kalu Nangi may be a politically interested TAMIL WOMAN.

      What I understand is that we are going to have Mr. CAMERON as the Sri Lankan President. So, Mahinda Rajapakse will implement what Cameron says.

      WOW.

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        How foolish of you to think that Sinhalese cannot understand the plight of the northern Tamils? Since you are brainwashed, probably reading the Daily Noose and watching Boruvahini day in day out, it is difficult for you to comprehend that there are rational minded Sinhalese, who do not endorse what is happening in Jaffna.

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    An incredible moment, where for the first time since Ceylon was given the right to self governance, the leader of Britain meets the leader of the Jaffna Tamil people. It is notable that the so-called governor of the northern province is nowhere to be seen. It is clear that Mr.Cameron had absolutely zero interest in meeting him – or inviting him to 10 Downing Street.

    Folks, we are watching history unfold before our eyes.

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      Now One Country, Two nations. Still you want to suppress Tamils, in future it will be Two Countries, one nation.

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      Patriot

      Bogus Patriot,

      This is supposed to be sovereign country where this white man has more respect than any other people who have lived on this soil from their birth to right up until now.

      This white man said if proper independent investigation is not pursued he would press for an international investigation.

      How dare this man could impose his white will on these black stupid people.

      Where are those who praise the lord and, defend this country.

      This country needs you Jimmy, Hela, Abhaya,KAS, DaviD Blackers?

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        you should have seen his(Cameron’s)face when he left after the discussion with the President. It was screwed up and red with rage or shame or both.
        The BBC reporter who was covering the event said his face says it all.

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          NAK

          “The BBC reporter who was covering the event said his face says it all.”

          Cameron must have head butted MR hence his red face. Please check MR’s bal..

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    The items discussed shows the far sightedness of the retired judge and his honest desire not only to help now but to put the foundations for a bright future.
    May god help him.

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    Vellala CM’s shopping list is small change for Cameron, when compared with what he will have to spend to rebuild Syria.

    Unless ,the CM is expecting, Cameron to take over the 50,000 houses that Manmohan promised and still waiting to be delivered and want them built to International standards as Mr Sivanathan points out , as same as their brethrens’ who escaped to better pastures.

    Even that can be fixed with a quick call to the Diaspora in London,

    One would have thought the Vellala CM at least raised the difficult issues like getting dual passports, for PM Rudra and the Britsh Reverend.

    They must be craving to come and see how their untiring efforts have delivered their loyal LTTE followers who are left behind , the taste of the first Tamil Leader will total power over them.

    Besides the Reverend in particular would be dying to catch up with the loyal members of his diocese.

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      Mr. Sumanasekera,

      My info is the question of Dual Passports for the Tamil diaspora
      will be in the Agenda soon. They seem to be working on the Israeli
      feature of any Israeli anywhere will be considered as Israeli citizen, once registered, They are now entitled to vote. In many instances, the Israeli Govt provides airfares for them to visit Israel and vote.

      Very soon a Civil Governor will be appointed to the NP that will raise the confidence of the Tamil Nation the Sinhala South is ready to peacefully co-exist. The wounds of the recent past will then gradually disappear. If the NPC is allowed to function freely with provision of adequate resources by Colombo, within an year or two diaspora funds will flow in once the mechanisms and logistics are in place.

      A time may come soon when the South slips into chaos and disorder by contradictions created by its own venal leadership, Sinhala leaders may seek refuge in the Tamil North that is expected to develop progressively.

      Mageysekera

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      Instead of escaping better pastures you want them here so you can rape, kill and finish them off and complete ethinic clenasing

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    Only learned CM Sri Lanka who has a deep understanding of the needs to revive North while emphasizing the problems of the community faced in the hand of state and military repression.

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    Great Mr. Sivathasan you have done a good job in revealing the tamil strategy so that the GOSL can counter it. Well done you asshole

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    Sivathasan you are media hack interested in self promotion

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    Thank you Mr Sivathasan for this report-much appreciated. Mahinda must be now cursing himself for hosting CHOGM in the first place…… !!

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    A very constructive meeting well received by Mr Cameron.

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    Excellent, thank you for bringing this to us.

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    Mr.Sivathasan,

    Thanks for your initiative and the prompt report.

    “Cameron commented “I had talked to so many about the Sri Lankan problem both in Sri Lanka as well as abroad. But this was the most lucid, clear, pointed, easy and logical discussion I have had. I thank you Mr. Chief Minister for that”.

    Justice Wigneswaran, is an opportunity, the Sri Lankan government should not miss. We may not have another person of his calibre, occupying the chair he does, for a very long time, if Sri Lanka mises this opportunity.

    Dr. Rajasingham Narendran

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      Yes, you are on the spot, Dr. Narendran!

      Sengodan. M

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    AT LEST NOW AFTER THE GREAT CHOGM WHICH SAW MANY DIGNATARIES ATTEND, INCLUDING BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN, AND THE MEETING WITH THE GREAT CM WITH THE BRITISH PM, LETS LOOK AND THINK POSITIVE, FORGETTING THE PAST, THINKING OF THE FUTURE, REMEMBER ALL CHILDREN BORN ON THIS SOIL OF SRI LANKA ARE FIRST AND FOREMOST SRI LANKANS, THEY ARE ENTITLED TO ALL PRIVILEGES AS EQUAL CITIZENS IN BEING GIVEN RECOGNITION, EDUCATION, SECURITY, DIGNITY, HOUSING AND EMPLOYMENT, THIS IS INDISPUTABLE AND MUST BE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL CITIZENS WITH RESPECT.
    HEALING AND RECONCILIATION MUST BE FOREMOST BY THIS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, BECAUSE WHEN ONE IS GRIEVING OVER THE LOSS OF HIS HER LOVED ONES, YOU CANNOT CRUSH THE LIVING TO LIVE IN AGONY, CURSES AND MISERY, THIS GOVERNMENT MUST GET HELP AND ASSISTANCE WITH TRAINED COUNSELLORS, PSYCHIATRISTS TO ADDRESS THESE ISSUES IN HEALING THE SICK, DOWNTRODDEN AND THE HELPLESS AND HOPELESS CITIZENS WHEREVER THEY ARE, ONLY THEN WILL GOD BLESS THE EFFORTS OF THE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS WHO ARE GENUINELY WILLING TO HELP THESE CITIZENS WHO ARE STILL LIVING IN HOPELESSNESS. SO LETS ALL OF US NO MATTER WHO WE ARE NO COLOUR, NO CREED, NO CASTE JUST HUMANITY GET TOGETHER IN BRIDGING BRIDGES OF LOVE, COMPASSION, CARING FOR ALL THOSE WHO LIVE IN MISERY GIVING THEM HOPE AND PEACE TO GRIEVE OVER THE LOSS OF THEIR LOVED ONES, BY NOT DESECRATING THE PLACES WHERE THESE LOVED ONES HAVE BEEN BURIED, BURNT OR DESTROYED, WITH LOVE AND MERCY EVIL CAN AND WILL ALWAYS BE OVERCOME, BECAUSE THE PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL JUSTICE MUST ALWAYS PREVAIL, IF NOT THE CURSE AND WRATH OF THE LIVING GOD WILL PREVAIL UPON ALL THOSE ELEMENTS WHO ARE OUT TO DESTROY THE PEACE AND JUSTSICE OF HUMANITY.

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      Sumana

      Fine sentiments expressed with patent sincerity.

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    So the DieAssPora needs a ‘Northern Institute of Information Technology’w while the people here are lanquishing in displacement camps, attending schools which lack facilities, many with no roof over their heads, farmers with lands confiscated, youth with graduate degrees but no jobs. Wow Mr. Sivathasan the representative of the DieAssPora please come down from your dreamland.

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      Tadpole (゜゜)~ needs a ‘Northern Institute of Information Technology’w while the people here are lanquishing in displacement (゜゜)~ tadpole

      Darling Darling fascist japon bending and kissing gave you the then best Asian teaching hospital 2000bed – huran kanne aie?

      You are good at medicine and writing while they are good at logic maths{Chennai gave the world Zero and Decimals so world counts the billions trillions}and we have good soul Einstein (jew) taking us along.

      No one human gets everything in life!

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    ‘Northern Institute of Information Technology’, under the aegis of the UK Government is envisaged. It is very sweet to hear. Unquestionably this is would be the number one priority for the Dry Zone people of the NP. Will this dream come true?

    When IPKF was in North with the Indo-SL agreement to establish Provincial Councils, one intellectual, who was not a supporter of India, predicted that Kankesanturi harbor and Palaly airport were surely going to be developed with the Indian initiative. That prediction remained a wishful thinking.

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      Don’t worry. As I said earlier this is the case of Nero (Sivathasan) Fiddling with IT while Romans are struggling to survive due to the disastrous effect of the war.

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    I do not think CM wants to hide this agenda. This is clearly what he and TNA has been saying. I sincerely hope with new found position as Chairman of Commonwealth Foundation Mahinda will change and have the courage to give Tamils this little they are asking. Surely is this a threat to anyone? Is this not better than asking and fighting with violence for a separate state .Are Sinhalese so paranoid and afraid specially now when they know they can win a war? Give peace and development a chance and implement the 13th amendment fully.

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    Dear Mr Sivathasan, thank you very much for this brief report. What many of us forget is that none of this would have been possible if not for the removal of the LTTE from the equation. I am grateful to the Government for that and I think that needs to be acknowledged. Unless we -the Tamils, acknowledge that the legitimate grievances of a People was high jacked by a group with an ethno-fascist agenda, we are not being honest. I am fully aware of the pain, suffering and sheer cruelty that the people of the Vanni experienced, and clearly the price we paid to get rid of the cancer that we allowed to grow amongst us was far too much. We, the silent majority, who either chose to reamin quiet fearing our lives or those of us who contributed to the ‘ideology’ in thought or by deed from our comfortable parlours in Western capitals are equally culpable as those who persecuted the war. Having said that, the post-war conduct of the Government, exposes the true motivation (‘Chetanawa’ in Sinhala) behind the war and thefore threatens to delegitimise the whole war and the sacrifices made by both sides……..and in my view that is an unpardonable crime. The destruction and suffering can sometimes be accepted as inevitable, if the motivation was correct and that is what the Bagvat Geeta teaches us. I am very grateful for the vision and courage displayed by the CM, Mr Sambandan and Mr Sumanthiran and the path they have chosen. Peaceful co-existence is not possible unless the ‘Jathika Chintanaya’ doctrine – which lies at the very heart of Post-war Srilankan politics, is confronted at all levels. The conduct and the set of requests put forward by the CM should help the Government and those in power to realise what the majority of Tamils want…….to live as equal citizens of SL…….as co-owners rather than illegal squatters. It seems very clear that at last…..after almost 50 years there is a sensible leadership at the helm of Tamil politics, that some of us can relate to…..and some of us are truly proud of.
    Dr. Mahesan Nirmalan, University of Manchester.

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      Tadpole (゜゜)~ Unless we -the Tamils, acknowledge that the legitimate grievances of a People was high jacked by a group with an ethno-fascist agenda, we are not being honest. (゜゜)~ tadpole

      Sarrrrr,

      Don’t say Sunday, Monday sandeke vandal mande odeppen because we are over a decade past 21st century yes??

      Courtesy the best writer we have on CT so far who is persevering, charismatic and hard hitting writer. Tissarani G

      I remembered this- “Our challenge is to devise some arrangement which enables us to coexist if not in amity then at least in forbearance” Jawaharlal Nehru told Andre Malraux (Anti-Memoir). O:-) ; ;^) ; :*

      Tesawalme is outdated in today’s context unless you want to view duke of Westminster no sale of land because he does not need it.

      Ghettoes do create problems and that means setting up brother against brother to understand the secrecy. ~゜・_・゜~ 

      Happy hunting we have not heard about vino change over?? (’-’*)

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      Dear Dr. Mahesh Nirmalan,

      Many of us forget that if there is no LTTE liberation struggle, tamils would have been slaves of Sinhala and there won’t be any NPC or Cameron coming to Jaffna. It is the continued support and pressure from the Diaspora that helped to internationalize the Tamils struggle for survial in this blood loving Nation.

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      Nirmalan
      “Unless we the Tamils acknowledge that their legitimate grievances were high jacked by a group of ethno-fascists,we are not been honest”.I will go further than that.
      Why did we Tamils go to sleep until the SL government took the initiative.If we had done something about it ourselves then we could have had the initiative and the support of every government in the world including that of SL and we would not have been in our present plight today with our people displaced,exiled,dispossessed,widowed or orphaned.

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      Nirmalan,

      I dont know where you obtained your Doctorate from but it is not worth a penny. You must be a Toddler still Crawling and Learning to walk in the field of Politics. What you have utterd is music to the Racist ears but what you think or say dosent count in the Current context.

      You may get a pat on the back from the Criminal MR for the Rubbish you have written. LTTE were not born terrorists but they were the creation of the Sinhalese Atrocities for the alst 64 years which is still happening today under the State Terrorism which is sweeping the Country.
      You make me laugh when you say that ” we the silent majority” and from that it is obvious that you are ignorant of the peoples vedict at the Elections for the Northern Assembley.

      Mr,Wigneswran , Mr.Sambanthan and Mr.Sumanthiran all had to sing Prabakarans message to win the Election and if they backtrack on that they will pay dearly at the next election. Prabkarans Legacy is going to be arounf for a very long time and any one who ignores it will do so at their own peril.
      If you need proof just look at the mandate given to Ananthi who has LTTE blood running through her body. We are not going to apologise to any one for fighting for our rights . You might do but man we are not prepared to do.

      The Coexistence you are talking about maens only one thing to the vast majority of the Nothern Tamils and that is as follows.

      1) The means to protect our language , religion and culture.
      2) To be responsinble for our Security so that we can avoid the horrors of what happened to Krishanthi , Isaipriya and thousands more.
      3) Decide our own destity with a State within a State which is the minimum.

      Dont say that you are a Silient Majority because the Truth is that the Majority of the Tamil Population for the time being has been SILENCED by MR and his Thugs through Terror and Intimidation.

      The Coexistence MR is talking about Subjugation and Ethnic Cleansing.

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    Kalu Nangi – You are a human being. If there are 10 Sinhalese people like you, Srilanka will certainly become ” a pearl in Asia”

    TO MR SIVATHASAN- THANKS FOR OUR UPDATE.

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    Prof. Nirmalan,

    What you have laid out are undeniable and indisputable facts. Mr.Basil Rajapakse has said yesterday that Tamils of Sri Lanka are better off than the Tamils of Tamil Nadu. This is on the basic assumption that we the Tamils of Sri Lanka belong to Tamil Nadu and should be grateful for being permitted to be the unwanted guests here. Can he honestly say whether the Tamils as citizens are better off compared to other citizens of Sri Lanka? Until the influential Sinhala intellectuals, politicians and rabble rousers continue to operate under untenable hypothesis that the Tamils of Sri Lanka do not belong to this island, there can never be a solution to our problems.

    The Tamil rabble Rousers too are a problem yet. They are relics of an unfortunate past and are dinosaurs that are resisting extinction.

    Dr. Rajasingham Narendran

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      Dr RN & Dr Mahesh Nirmalan,

      Have you read and seen what happened during David Cameron visit to Jaffna?

      War ended in May 2009.

      Now the terrorist are Rajapakse family and their supporters.

      “The LTTE did not come into being or grow into a world-class terror outfit in a vacuum. Without the Sinhala Only, the Tiger may have remained unborn. Without the Black July, the Tiger may not have grown exponentially. If the B-C Pact and the D-C Pact did not miscarry (thanks to the midwifery of Sinhala extremism), the LTTE, even if it was born, would have remained a fringe group.” Tisaranee Gunasekara http://transcurrents.com/news-views/archives/5513

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      “Welcome to Sri Lankan reconciliation..

      Banner across the CHOGM 2013 speaker’s podium exemplifies what Sri Lanka means by ‘reconciliation’ and its famous ‘tri-lingual policy’.

      ආයුඛෝවන් – (“ayubowan” – Sinhala for ‘welcome’)
      ஆயுபோவன் – (“ayubowan” again, not “வணக்கம்” or “vanakkam” – Tamil for ‘welcome’)
      Ayubowan – (written in English, just in case it wasn’t clear the first two times who is host and who does the welcoming)

      You couldn’t make this up.. “
      http://www.tamilguardian.com/article.asp?articleid=9243

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    Hi Grandad,

    Thanks for telling us that you have a Hot Line to the CM and I also recently wrote to him offering a piece of Advice .
    As for his close encounter with Mr.Cameron I wrote to the PM asking him not to reward the Criminal by attending the CHOGM but he decided to attend despite my plea. When I contacted Downing Street I was advised the PM will reply on his return.

    But with hindsight I am satisfied that his visit has brought more benefits and that the PM has now seen for himself that MR has a lot to hide and that is why he will not initiate an independant inquiry.
    I am now pinning my hope on the Change of Leadership in the only Nation which can dictate and enforce policies in Sinhala Lanka.
    I will be writing to PM on his return ( hopefully he would have replied to my previous letter) advising him of the way forward.

    1) Work towards forcing the UN to initiate an inquiry.
    2) Work with India to make it possible.

    1)To begin with there were questions by the Prime Minister and answers from the Chief Minister. About the discussion that followed, Cameron commented “I had talked to so many about the Sri Lankan problem both in Sri Lanka as well as abroad. But this was the most lucid, clear, pointed, easy and logical discussion I have had. I thank you Mr. Chief Minister for that”. He didn’t fail to extend an invitation to the Chief Minister to No. 10, Downing Street saying “ He would be delighted to look after me when I come.”

    *** Sarcastically I like to say that the CM does not claim asylum in the UK and expect the PM to look after him.

    2)The Chief Minister had this to say about the Prime Minister “ He is no doubt a handsome man and just one inch taller than I. Talks fast, thinks fast, on the dot and focused with regard to his facts and what he wants to find out. Quite young too.

    *** I saw the pictures of the CM standing with the PM on the Balcony and it is something we have waited for 65 long years and I will be thanking the PM.

    The CHOGM was a total disaster for MR and he was totally humilated for the folowing reasons.

    1) Less than half the Heads of States turned up.
    2) The only questions that were asked by both Sri Lankan ( Sinhalse ) journalists as well as foreign Journalists were all about his part in the Genicide.

    MR should ask the Criminal Sharma for a refund for not delivering.

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      you did your part for (1), we will do our part for (2) by March 2014. It is we need to unite. Forget few armchair “Dr”s who only know to sip beer and belch in CT

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        Thank you Mani and shall I say you are a Kovil Mani ( reassuring hope).

        I was in Tamil Nadu last October and I travelled the lenth and breath of Tamil Nadu.But what surised me was what I saw when I went to Puthukoddai to open a New Business with Mr.Seeman.
        The street was all lined with the Pictures of Mr.Seeman and Prabkaran although the LTTE is banned. The Police never attempted to remove it and in fact when I spoke to Mr.Seeman in the morning before I set off from Chennai he told me extactly what to look for to locate the place.

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    David Cameron is apparently the first world leader to set foot in Jaffana, since 1948!This is because Tamil Home land is now on the world map
    Thanks to Prbaharan for putting Tamil Eelam on the world map.
    Thanks David Cameron for highlghting the Tamil Home land to the world

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    Wigneswaran must find that giving verdict to a murder – trial was very easy instead of being a leader to Stupid Tamil monkies.

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      Jim Sooty,

      Even you the Ultimate Racist must admit that despite the Criminal Sharma promising to fix it for Money things have gone horribly wrong for MR. First of all the Only MURDER Trial that is on the agenda is that of MRs in the HAGUE.

      As for the CHOGM it was a disater for MR for the following reasons.

      1) Mr.Cameron stood on the Balcony ( Reminds me of the Buckinghamm Palace Balcony) with the CM by telling the World there is a Jaffna Kingdom.
      2) Less than half the Heads of State deciding to boycott.
      3) The only question that was asked was MR are you guilty of War Crimes.

      Let us face it man accept defeat as things are going to get a lot worse. I know you will kill a few more Rape a few more and maime a few more but that will all be added to the Charge Sheet.

      Why dont you tell MR to ask Sharma the Criminal for a full refund because he sold him dodgy stuff. Enjoy what is left.

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    Mr. Sivathasan,

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    C.V.W is not a career politician. He has some other ambitions. But he never support what the diaspora wants.

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    M.Sivanathan ( Shankar) you Sinkalam,

    It doesnt matter how many different forms you take the message is unmistakably Sinkalam. Ithu Kalathin Kolam. But then again who can blame you.
    Did you see it man. The British PM travelling to the North and Standing with the CM on the Balcony. Did you see it man. It was the work of Diaspora making it happen you Sinkalam. Can you see what Power does.
    Do you know one of the Advisors to Mr.Obama is Tamil from Prabakarans Birth Place and why do you think America is strongly behind the Tamils and for your information the State Department has already made it clear that Jaffna is a seperate entity.

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    All are still waiting for a comprehensive report on this as promised by Mr Sivathasan. It looks like things are going back to square one in the NPC.
    Rhetoric and stating the obvious is what we have seen time and time again from all politicians. What we need from an elected Chief Minister is a pragmatic program and a genuine attempt to achieve the optimum possible within the existing constraints. A chief Minister who has been voted in by such an overwhelming majority has a moral right to take the necessary steps and also a moral obligation to deliver.
    I agree still these are early days and hope and wish my fears (of going back to square one) are proved wrong.
    Shanthan

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