10 August, 2020

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Sikh Temple Shooter Identified, Had Ties To White Supremacist Movement

By Madison Gray –

Wade Michael Page, who police say shot and killed six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin was involved in the white power movement, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center

Courtesy Time NewsFeed

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    Known or unknown, a Majority of Sri Lankans belongs to “Hate Rajapaksa Band” waiting for a Wade Michael Page.

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      Dr. Maverick

      “Hate Rajapaksa Band” waiting for a Wade Michael Page”.

      It is simply not true.

      The Majority of Sri Lankans want Rajapaksa to stop being Wade Michael Page.

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        Native, if MR does not stop being Wade Michael Page, then as suggested by Dr. Maverick someone has to be Wade Michael Page, to put an end to the missery of the masses caused by the Rajapaksas.

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          gamini:

          “someone has to be Wade Michael Page, to put an end to the missery of the masses caused by the Rajapaksas”.

          Killing maybe an easy option however that will not end the killing culture.

          Whoever pulls the trigger he/she would perpetuate the same old culture of bumping off his/her perceived enemies.

          We should not even contemplate such possibilities even in our wildest dreams.

          There are democratic means and ways of ousting these despots.

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    NV It wont happen in a hurry. Still being worshipped with wilful blindness by masses.By the way NV…. brain dead = brainless but ones empty brains can still be washed with fictitious garthas in the name of preachings /so called lessons to these brain dead masses.You can call it Double Dutch.

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