10 December, 2019

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President Sirisena Caught Lying Again: Bishop Denies Appealing For Presidential Pardon For Royal Park Murder Convict

Roman Catholic Bishop of Galle – Most Rev. Raymond Wickramasinghe issuing an urgent clarification last Monday (11) countered a claim by President Maithripala Sirisena that he made a request for the presidential pardoning of Royal Park murder convict Jude Shramantha Anthony Jayamaha adding that the Bishop had at no instance made such a request.

Jude Shramantha Anthony Jayamaha

The Bishop also stated that “inconvenience and blemish” had been caused to the “Catholic Church and personally to me as the Bishop of Galle” and therefore requested that a correction be issued immediately.

HERE IS THE FULL TEXT OF THE STATEMENT ISSUED BY BISHOP OF GALLE:

To everyone’s knowledge.

In the statement issued by the Presidential Media Division which states that religious leaders, civil society activists and various organizations together appealed for a presidential pardon be granted to the Royal Park murder convict Jude Shramantha Anthony Jayamaha, it is stated that I too made a written request for a presidential pardon.

However, I clearly state that I have made no appeal whatsoever to His Excellency the President or to the judiciary with regards to the convict mentioned above. I state that I have not done any study of the case mentioned herewith and also declare that the convict is not personally known to me.

However, a few years ago the venerable Maha Sangha and civil society activists requested me to make a written request to His Excellency the President urging him that rehabilitation and proper education in a better environment be made available to prisoners, especially youth detainees. I have done that and whenever necessary, in the future, I also hope to intervene fairly and equitably for detainees.

I express my strongest displeasure over the undue exaggeration of our common request at this time. I hope the authorities which issued this press release will assume responsibility for the inconvenience and blemish caused to the Catholic Church and personally to me as the Bishop of Galle and issue a correction immediately.

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  • 33
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    Whom are they trying to mislead with such wrong informations. It hurts seriously the genuine people when they are misquoted to mislead public.

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      Dcn,
      I didn’t know anything about MY 3 when his name was tossed as the Prez candidate; I just trusted choice of those who selected him. It took me about one year to understand that he is just another fox who stuck the head in a bowl of paint – another cheap politician who made a career thanks to having a “deep throat” and emotionless face. He knows how to manipulate both to the fullest extent. Cheap lies are common to majority of SL politicians and therefore, nobody bothers to verify them – particularly during elections. But, when he was put on President’s chair, he couldn’t any longer run his mouth loose; instead he has to walk the talk. That is when people began to realize how inconsistent his words and deeds are. If MY 3 can rebuild his political career again, it is only b’cos majority of voters don’t analyse their politicians with a critical mind.

      • 3
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        D.P. – When this moron was Minister of Health under Medamulana Meeharaka Percy Mahendra Rajafucksha, MaithriBALA Sillysena imported BALA drugs thereby jeopardising the health of the people of Sorry Lanka. He should have been taken to task and given the “appropriate” treatment. Since Rajaballa was entitled to a percentage, Sillysena went scot-free Time is ticking but will our grass-eating voters understand?.

        • 1
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          Mike,
          MY 3 didn’t know anything about drugs or import business. Those days, it was GMOA which control the ministry of health, not the minister. GMOA shared the commissions with MaRa who used the money for elections he held annually.

  • 38
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    Point taken Reverend , we believe you. Now the culprits are the Yellow Robed magician in the name of Sinhala Buddhism and the Untrustworthy retired or unretired juridiciarys of SL to PUT THE RECORD STRAIGHT.
    WHO is talking Bull……t Sir????

  • 48
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    Let the Roman Catholic Bishop of Galle rest assured. Your declaration will be accepted unreservedly. President Sirisena (who once upon a time was our great hope to restore good governance and the rule of law in our sunny tropical paradise) has proved himself to be unworthy of high office. His one-term presidential stint has proved a complete flop, and worse he has allowed his PMD to manufacture facts to suit his devious misguided purposes. His pardoning of Gnanasara and now Jayamaha has proved that the man has no idea of the principles that govern a Presidential pardon. The sooner he vacates office, the better.

    • 8
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      Dear Spring Koha,
      .
      I have looked at what the Presidential Media Division has said. Quite a lot, but by the time that you look at it, it may have changed again:
      .
      http://www.pmdnews.lk/%e0%b6%b8%e0%b7%8f%e0%b6%b0%e0%b7%8a%e2%80%8d%e0%b6%ba-%e0%b6%b1%e0%b7%92%e0%b7%80%e0%b7%9a%e0%b6%af%e0%b6%b1%e0%b6%ba-11/
      .
      There’s no mention of any intervention by Most Rev. Raymond Wickramasinghe. It must have been there; now removed. At this moment, these words are there: “Ven Athraliye Rathana Thero, Member of Parliament, played a key role . . . ” and much more. Two paragraphs on that Rathana intervention.
      .
      The Catholic Bishop is mentioned here, as I write:
      .
      http://www.adaderana.lk/news/58896/pmd-issues-clarification-on-presidential-pardon-for-royal-park-murder-convict

      .
      Also, mention of Ven. Baddegama Samitha, the first monk to enter Parliament (from the LSSP ), a man very committed to Sinhalese-Tamil reconcilliation:
      .
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baddegama_Samitha_Thero
      .
      Wikipedia doesn’t mention the reason for Samitha having to leave Kelaniya University, but it is known to persons of my generation that he actually killed a man – one of Cyril Mathews thugs who had entered the University. Vasudeva Nanayakkara (still with us, so you can check) and Colvin R. de Silva got Samitha acquitted. I’m not condoning the killing, but I can understand Samitha’s mixed feelings. Samitha is truly great man.
      .
      This Bishop’s statement is spot on. Perfect in length and in the outlook it projects. I don’t always say that about clergy. For instance, Cardinal Ranjith is the man who voiced support for the Death Penalty when My3 decided that it would be popular, and now Sajith approves it, for the same reason.
      .
      https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/presidential-election-the-multiple-crises-in-sri-lankan-education/

      • 3
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        Good. That link that I’ve given to the “Presidential Media Division” still works, six hours after I gave you that link.
        .
        The blog has not been interfered with. The Ada Derana link also works, and that is where the Bishop of Galle is still mentioned.
        .
        The third, and last, link, you may find most interesting for other reasons. Now, what could those be? well, find out and ponder upon how corruption is found in the most unexpected places, but nobody does anything about it.
        .
        This is our problem. Unless we can get some political mileage out of these things, we rarely bother with following up. This is a challenge to all readers! Follow up.
        .

        • 0
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          These Jayamahas appear to be Roman Catholic Christians. Yet most of the pleading on his behalf hs been by Buddhist monks.
          .
          I’ve already told you quite a bit about Baddegama Samitha. Well, he’s one of the four (or is it five) monks on this Youtube:
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          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q37mmxSkLo4
          .
          Warning! That is more than two hours of video. None of us can possibly find the time to study all this! Well, I’ve seen more than half of this. All these monks, I would categorise as being among the better ones.
          .
          Samitha sounds old, but still applies eminent common sense. He’s occasionally taken by surprise about some things reported to him. He admits that he has not heard these things. Moves on from there. Never really keeps us guessing as to what his views are.
          .
          Reader, if you’re one of those who feel that monks should not be allowed to come into politics, I think you should see this.

  • 16
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    KASmaalam K A Sumanasekera

    Will you please seek the good offices of
    MP Athuraliye Rathana and Dr Keradewala Punnarathana Nayake
    to release those who were kept in detention indefinitely without any charges being made against them following the Guantanamo precedent, some of them have been there for more than 20 years.

    If a convicted murderer can be pardoned and go free so should the innocent detainees.

    Just after the October 2018 coup Namal Baby promised to visit those detainees the next morning. I haven’t seen any media reporting his kind action. He promised the world he was going to get his Pappa Rajapaksa to get them released. Nothing happened so far. Do you know why?

    FYI Pappa should have been put in jail along with his Hopper (Appa) friend Sirisena.

    • 1
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      Dear Native,

      Good question.
      I thought releasing that Lot was one of the 13 Ds , which your fav Candidate singed off with Sivajilingam and Sampathar.

      If not you should make a separate demand now, before the Election Promises Curfew kicks in,

      Wonder what the situation of the 2000 Yahapalana Police and ex General Mahesh rounded up after Easter 2019.

      Are they still there or back in Kathankuddy doing Electioneering for the UNP Candidate.

      • 1
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        KASmaalam K A Sumanasekera

        Do you think physical absence of Gota from Northern hustings helps Douglas to persuade voters to vote for Lotus Mottu?

        Are the former LTTE murderers Karuna Amman and Pillayan still campaigning for Gota in the East?

        Has Gota’s campaign team allocated jobs for Gota’s boys the single handed generals, brigadiers, colonels, admirals, …… white van operators, ….

        When do you think Gota is planning to block access to CT?

        • 0
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          Dear Native,

          Funny you mentioned about the Campaign in the North.
          Your TNA buddies have going around telling the Loyals to Vote Premadasa to stop a Sinhala Buddhist becoming the President..

          How coo is that..

          TNA are smart unlike that dumb ass Dentist ,who bought in two of Pira’s Boys with
          False Beards and Fake Ran Bans to stop the Nandaseana Wave..

          My intelligence sources in the North say our Tamil brethren there are not 100% TNA this time, after the ex Vellala CM put the spanner in both TNA and UNP works.

          Finally I saw the last Minute call from your beloved GTF to rally the local agents to help lift Keselwatta Kid over the Line.
          Their ” Call” this time even goes out to our Tamil bros in the South.

          What a stirring set of pleas to not allow Nandasena to become the President.

          GTF says a vote for Keselwatta Kid is a vote for Dr Ranil, to grant the TNA all the promises which Dr Ranil made in 2015.

          Plus the 13 Ds which Keselwatta Kid himself agreed to get the backing of Sivajilingam..

          But no mention of any big Bux as a reward unlike last time.
          Wonder what happened. Has Suren Suredran retired?..

  • 15
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    With respect Rev. Raymond Wickremasinghe’s statement may be amended as follows:

    “I clearly state that I have made no appeal whatsoever to His “E X C E L L U N A C Y” the President or to the judiciary.”

  • 18
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    What action is possible on our ‘beloved’ president for having deliberately misled the public?. A message has been received to say that Two hundred million have changed hands in this deal?

    • 15
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      K. Anaga – Hang the bastard by his balls, hang him high!

    • 3
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      K. Anaga – Remember the Tamil proverb of a garland of flowers in the hands of a monkey? Aiyo Sirisena cannot rise above the role of low-grade Grama Sevakas. I do not wish to take credit from the better and more decent ones in that multi-thousand cadre.

      Kettikaran

      • 4
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        Dear alls,
        Pl.do not refer the title of Grama Sevega whenyou all criticize Aiyo Siri, because there are plenty of them are rendering a wonderful service than these corrupt politicians.
        Regarding his PPs he may put out some more Mafisos before he leaves in exchange for some many millions.
        Let’s wait and see!

    • 2
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      K. Anaga – “What action is possible on our “beloved” president….”? How about castration and hanging by the scruff of his neck until pronounced dead? BTW he can also consider pardoning himself before he is thrust into the limbo of forgotten things!

  • 15
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    He was made a president UNP to support the people , and restore good governance aim was being the president he was supporting the opposition what a waste of time.

    Now the people thought of him is he never believes what he says, he surprise him self at his word.

    • 3
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      I sent an appeal to His Excellency The President of Sri Lanka on 31st January 2019 as he is our President and the Minister of Public Peace,Law & Order seeking his intervention and mete out justice to me pertaining a grave injustice done to me by the Police Department. Since I did not receive even an acknowledgement to my appeal till August 2019, I sent three reminders to him and the last reminder was with a copy of appeal sent to him on 31st January to his residence expecting his attention but regret to note I haven’t received a reply todate; A very sad state of affairs.

  • 5
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    We have a Constitution that entitles The President in office to forgive whom he wants .

    • 22
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      Surely, it is a Constitution of the idiots, by the idiots and for the idiots.

    • 7
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      Fahim: Without following due procedure?

      • 0
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        @Estate Labourer.
        What procedure my friend ?
        Executive Presidency had only one procedure, proceed with excuting the Executive powers .

    • 11
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      Dear Fahim Knight,
      .
      Five people seem already to have given you red thumbs down, not understanding that you don’t approve either My3’s action, or the Constitution.
      .
      Well, don’t go on too much about the Constitution (that was the mistake another good man, Nagananda Kodituwakku, made!).
      .
      However good the Constitution crooks like Gota (and now My3) will be able to do shocking things like releasing this brutal murderer. I had read about this murder when it took place, so I know that this is not a man who deserves a pardon. The Bishop’s statement is well balanced.

      • 0
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        @Sinhala _Man,
        Actually the Thumps down is now 20.
        it does not matter even if it continues to 1 million.
        I honestly see no point in bashing individuals when it’s us the people who have permitted a system that can even corrupt saints.
        Sri Lanka has only 2 issues ,.one is people have to.accept reality and 2 change the constitution where people can always be part of all decision making .
        That is all we need, the rest will work out on its own.
        We need the right Mechanism.(Constitution) and also we need the Courage to accept realities.

    • 1
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      ” We have a Constitution that entitles The President in office to forgive whom he wants . ”
      That is not what the constitution says. But, still we understand you. Anyway Fahim, is that misquoting occured by PMD, when they wanted to quote Cardinal? Can you get from Cardinal a reply that if he asked to pardon a muder criminal?

      • 0
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        @Mallaiyuran,
        I think I have covered the answer in Estate Labourer’s question.
        Cheers

  • 12
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    Justice should be common AND equal to ALL citizens.
    How Sirisena was really influenced in this case, is not known, now.

    In any case, this is totally uncalled for, when dozens of citizens are in jail, without trial, or, even hope for a trial in a court of law, some of them even called “political prisoners”

  • 20
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    Why cannot the Victim’s family complain to the courts challenging a highly, a well labored judgement pronounced by the legal professionals against the selfish and ill-considered decision of an imbecile moron?

    • 4
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      Please don’t get that poor victim’s family (no, they were not literally poor) involved in all this, hancho pancha.
      .
      It was bad enough when it happened and the sister, in particular, must have had a terrible time getting over a sense of her own (imagined) responsibility. She was this fellow’s girl-friend. We should read about this, to inform ourselves of how bad it was.
      .
      That Johansson (I hope I got the name right) family must be allowed to forget those horrors. So must the parents of the young LTTE cadres who died in an unnecessary war. And Khurrham Shaikh’s family.
      .
      We, Sinhalese, claim that the country “belongs” to us, and to nobody else. We can’t have it both ways. We must hold ourselves responsible. Things are getting so bad here that soon the World will think it best to drop a nuclear bomb on us and wipe out our entire population.
      .
      Remember Haiti? No, I don’t mean what our “Ranaviruvas” did there. Long before that, I had to study the novels of Graham Greene. He had set one of them in Haiti – “The Guerellas”, I think. Can’t check everything! These Rajapaksas resemble the Duvalier family. I know that it is Sirisena whom we are discussing at the moment, but I hope that you can make the necessary connections. Read carefully the history of the first black country to receive independence, much more than 200 years ago. William Wordsworth wrote a poem about its founder – celebrating the event.
      .
      And our youngsters want to emigrate to Australia. Will anybody accept Sri Lankans any more? We seem to be a blight upon Planet Earth!
      .

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        I did not mean to get the family to go through all over one more time the horrible mental trauma they went through and living with. In legal context I believe only the family is entitled to it. However, though the Moron is guilty of violating the faith and trust placed upon him by the people of Srilanka by making him their President. This is called abuse of absolute power and should be made punishable, absolutely.

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          I agree, hancho pancha.

  • 8
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    Our country would be in a much, much better situation, if the Buddhist clergy, or any other religious leaders, were not not allowed to interfere, consulted, or have any influence, in our political system. There should be a separation of Temples and State.
    This constant approval from Buddhist clergy, for Sinhala Buddhist votes, have made our politicians become racists, and prevented them from putting the country first.

    • 3
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      Well well well atleast now openly either with a pseudonym or real name the Sinhala majority is realising the cycle of truth. The truth is accepting the minority as your own brethren ( like it used to be ) look out for their welfare too, include them to support and build this shattered nation which is burning to cinders due to hate , jealousy , and the Sinhala supremacy.
      Our country have nothing to be proud of . Requests the swollen headed
      Sinhale racists atleast ( not all) think first what is best for this country and its future!
      Enough of this political game by using Buddhist Religion and its yellow robed racist clowns who are so narrow minded as they only sing for their own survival.
      Even to the extent of releasing the hard core murderers from prison.
      Unbelievable this 2500 year old Buddhism and the Lord Buddha’s Philosophy has been murdered by the present day religious leaders and the racist politicians.

  • 5
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    liar liar pants on fire

  • 7
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    I had commented earlier that this unprincipled and erratic president should be sent back to his home town in a bullock cart when his term expires shortly. I think it would be more appropriate if he goes back to Polonnaruwa seated on the back of a donkey.

    • 11
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      I am against cruelty to animals. Why, what has a poor donkey done to deserve to having to carry MS on his back? What an insult to the donkey!

  • 0
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    Just a few days for this man to leave.

    So let him leave peacefully as his being on the top isn’t his fault.

    If possible beat those came up with the concept of common candidate & who enjoyed undeserved power to handcuff him & enjoy comforts of CB assets.

  • 7
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    Fu—-ing KAS Sumanaya is silent. Where is this bas…..rd hiding

    • 0
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      Lol

  • 8
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    Can we expect anything better from the man (MS) who openly violated the provisions of the Constitution of Sri Lanka,. which he took an oath to honour and uphold? Additionally we have the spectacle of a former criminal President (MR) who aided and abetted in this endeavour! Thankfully we will see the back of MS very soon. But do we want to empower MR again after experiencing all his past criminal activities?

  • 9
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    This shows there is one law for the poor man and another law for the rich man. It is obvious money has been passed under the table.What a scum this President is.
    The so called Judiciary and Prelates are silent. Why?

    • 1
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      Extra cover

      See whether the money passed under the table shared with his political partners for gg.

  • 7
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    Buddhism has deviated so much at the hands of Buddhism monks. Instead of them running the country, they should run their Buddhist temples. They are destroying Buddhism within.

  • 8
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    CT,
    It is waste of space & time talking about this cheap perisher as we all know who he is. Let’s pray for SL with remaining 4 days of his presidency.

  • 11
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    I thought it was not the Bishop its the Ethana Methana Rathana Thero who requested the President to pardon this guy. Any one can buy Ethana Methana Rathana Thero, we have seen him jumping from party to party.. ethana methana..

    • 6
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      Ratana cannot be a Buddhist monk.. He enjoys all perks as a MP having entered the House on the National list and conducting himself engaging in various matters contrary to the discipline that should be maintained by a Buddhist monk under the cover of the Robe that are beyond the pale!

      • 1
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        And yet the clergy do nothing to change the situation, Surely there is a code of ethics for the clergy and a committee to control errant monks?. The Mahanayaka’s a now ironically king who have no interest in the common man. It’s like Lord Buddha’s life in reverse.

  • 5
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    What a calibre of President’s this country had since 1978? The concept for executive presidency destroyed Srilanka and lead to violence, war, assassinations, murders, large scale massacres, unlimited corruption, Buddhist Fundamentalism violence, no law and order, corrupted judiciary, institutionally racialsed military , ethnic riots, insurgency wars etc. all lead to poverty, lawlessness, poor living standard, economic instability etc. This is what our people expected through this executive presidency. How many times we were promised that they will get rid this but still they want hang on in this misery. Can’t we stop those who missed the power for their families, friends and relative? Why we want to continue with the same robbers and murderers. Every day they talk lies over lies and they say all this they do protect Buddhism. How many times you want to trust those cheaters? Don’t you have your own brain?

  • 2
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    Obviously, Buddhism is the more forgiving religion, isn’t it!

    In the desire to curse Sirisena (the bravest president to stand up for the honor of the Motherland), not one of you has considered the age of the boy at the time, and the fact he was on drugs, no witnesses to the crime, only one vague fingerprint/s, and an unsure alibi.

    • 2
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      ….one vague part palm-print*

    • 2
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      Ramona Therese Fernando
      Yes, this is Gemini Cricket, I am sure you are shuddering to see Gemini cricket commenting on your comment.
      I remember you had once branded me as an aggressive attacker.
      However, I am writing this to clarify a matter of fact paradox, I can’t keep my mouth shut when I notice something unusual.
      whenever I have read your articles, in my minds eye I have always pictured you as an old witch type with wrinkles, sunken eyes, and one foot in the grave, however to my greatest surprise I saw your picture attached to an article you had written in 2018 on CT and lo and behold you are nothing like what I imagined.
      Now here is the interesting part, having your beauty I would have expected you to be a kind, enlightened and liberated person who sees the world in a positive way.
      Perhaps you are a witch inside because each time you choose to support the idiots, murderers, scum, racist, buddhist extremists (eventhough you clearly are not a buddhist or a buddhist fanatic) and the antisocial elements in general.
      Now I know Einstein said what is beauty when the brain is empty!
      So my question is, are you actually having a void between your ears or are you paid to write the garbage you write. Or do you do it out of fear? Or perhaps in someway related to the scumbag family and you are expected to exercise your English skills to patronize the bastards.
      I suggest you take a moment, sit back and listen to your conscience and write what will make life better for everyone in Sri Lanka.
      Siyalu satwayo nidukweva, neerogiweeva, suvapathweva, dukenmidetwa, niwandakithwa.

      • 1
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        G.C.
        Sigh…… I was so sure I was enlightened and liberated….you’re having a hard time to catching up to such lofty heights, aren’t you!. About the pic. ….let’s say that it’s a very, very, very nice one of me.

        • 1
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          …..you’re having a hard time trying to catch up to lofty heights, aren’t you!*

          • 0
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            Yes Ms. R T F I am having a hard time understanding the Paradox called RTF.
            Someone like you should not side with goraka bastards, thats all I know…

            • 1
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              Goraka? In what context is that?

    • 0
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      The act of mercy does not simply spring from one belonging to any particular belief , it is not even an integral part of any chosen people, it is in fact mostly cultivated by people who have understood what life has thought them ..
      Humility .

  • 1
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    MS is often way way ahead of others. Here he suggests “How to beat UNHRC”.
    The war criminals be taken into custody, tried, sentenced. After a week or so detention in a five-star hotel/prison the Executive President ‘Pardons’ the accused.

  • 3
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    Please tap all the phone calls by the Nandasena families. They may plant a bomb to scare the people to get vote. He used millions of times about the security that is his cunning magical word.

  • 1
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    This Sirisena guy is DICK HEAD. This clan who has not respect for law ethic or moral should be defeated to submission.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6RFccBmqM4

  • 2
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    The president should name all those entities and persons who sought this pardon.

  • 4
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    A pardon granted for genuine circumstances is acceptable. Sometimes it is based on one’s birthdays. Way back in the 1950’s the virtual head of state, the Governor General, was Sir Oliver Gunatilake. HE pardoned one man who was to be hanged commuting the sentence to life imprisonment because the date of the execution happened to be Sir Oliver’s birthday. Many others were pardoned for various offences as was the custom at that time on that instance. But the co-accused in the same murder case was hanged by the neck until he died. As to whether the respected Bishop’s name was included in the list of persons who intervened as provided by the Media unit is one thing. The fact of the matter is that the same unit claims many others having intervened and they have not denied. So it is clear that just as much as many opposed the convict’s release from jail there are others who were for it. What concerns me as a citizen is whether big money was involved in in harnessing the support of the release as per information laid before me and the opposition to the release too is based on considerations that they did not get the good millions. We know the erratic, incredible behaviour of MY3 being a disgrace to the office he holds. But he was good enough for the people in 2015 Jan 8 to get a majority to become the President and that includes myself who did not perform a due diligence. What becomes despicable too is whether the fellows who are leading citizens of this country now opposing, do so for the loss of opportunity to get good bucks.

  • 5
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    There is something seriously wrong with law and order when a man, uneducated in the law, but called president, can thoughtlessly overturn the deliberations and verdict of judges who have studied for years and accumulated years of experience. The president’s act is a mockery of the system. The system is obviously being manipulated by bribes and influence.

  • 2
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    Isn’t it bad enough we have had to put up with this ‘pissu poosa’ President MS, who pleased himself first before serving the country, and then followed by another cracker in a hot headed despot like Gota. Don’t we deserve a bit of breathing space with some fresh air, as in a youthful leader like Sajith, who comes with fresh thinking, youthful leadership, with skills and an education to match, who could save this country from the abyss.

    • 0
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      @Msrvan .
      Good to see you

      Whatever happened to.Magrib ?

      • 0
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        Sorry meant to type Marwan

  • 3
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    From a level of profundity the mind of the subjective lad should be analyzed by a team of psychiatrists and psychologists to understand the inner depths of the workings of his mind. It is extraordinary for a person who was tried, committed and convicted by hanging for a brutal murder to completely shut off the memory of a horrible crime and qualify himself for a Phd., which is not a mean task as it requires a very high level of mental concentration and discipline. It could open up a novel path for the future scholars to follow.

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