4 December, 2020

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Silenced Voices -Tales Of Sri Lankan Journalists In Exile

Beate Arnestad is the award-winning Norwegian filmmaker of Silenced Voices — Tales of Sri Lankan Journalists in Exile, a documentary that talks about the fate and fears of journalists in Sri Lanka who try to speak the truth about the circumstances faced by minorities on the island. She has several years under her belt with Norwegian broadcaster NRK and a shelf of films that have received critical acclaim including Telling Truths in Arusha and My Daughter the Terrorist.

Dhamy and Vani were both at the 21st session of the UNHRC in Geneva,Both spoke about the latest report which
is groundbreaking for anything that has come out of the UN related to Sri Lanka, documents the UN’s failures in Sri Lanka.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHRw8ENLkJk

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    Credit to the CTC – they’ve got their hottest babes out for this dog and pony show. GoSL is outfoxed, again.

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    Isnt it possible that some Sri Lankan journalists get in to the business of provoking the government so that they can claim that they face death threats?

    The best examples are the crowd at the Sunday Leader, like Sonali Samarasinghe and Frederica Jansz. They kept abusing people unprofessionally and then complained of deah threats and then fled to rich countries.

    This method of migration when they cant get a Green Card is pathetic. If journalists’and other government critics’lives are threatened, how are people like that van der Pooten guy, Gamini Weerakoon who are really trying to pick a fight (but Rajapakses dont seem to take any notice of them). How is Jehan Perera, Paikiasothy and other NGO operators moving around, abusing with impunity.

    This bullshit has to end. Anyone can criticise in Sri Lanka, decently.

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