4 April, 2020

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Sirisena Says Anyone Who Stands Against Death Penalty Is Aiding Drug Dealers

A visibly vexed Sirisena today lashed out at those opposing his psychotic plan to resume executions while implying the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka is also indirectly aiding drug dealers continue the drug menace in the country.

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Speaking at an event in Moneragala today, President Maithripala Sirisena said he worked to reimplement the death penalty in order to curb the growing drug menace in the country. He said although he took leadership, top officials of the government across all political spectrums are working against his plans.

“Look at how many drug dealers have stepped out since I signed the death warrants…It is the same drug dealers who have resorted to taking legal action against the implementation of the death penalty too,” he said.

Sirisena told the gathering that these drug dealers are puppeteering various individuals and organisations who appear in the form of NGOs or civil society organisations, to work against his plan to executive those found guilty of rug offenses.

“Anyone who works to prevent the death penalty from being implemented is directly or indirectly aiding drug dealers,” he said, implying the Supreme Court of the country is also on the payroll of drug dealers.

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    Clearly Sira has lost his marbles. There’s no doubt whatsoever. Because he is unable to manipulate the political system to suit his greed for power, the bugger is now determined to destroy it before his term ends – a desperate scorched-earth mentality.

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      Ol’ Sirisena, has got down an Lankan-American speech-writer.

      In political communication, the phrase “you’re either with us, or against us” and similar variations are used to depict situations as being polarized and to force witnesses, bystanders, or others unaligned with some form of pre-existing conflict to either become allies of the speaking party or lose favor. The implied consequence of not joining the team effort is to be deemed an enemy. An example is the statement of the former US President George W. Bush, who said after 9/11 at the launch of his anti-terrorism campaign in the form “Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists.” — Wikipedia


      Sooo what else in new in good ol’ Lanka? ………. Any room still left for a little originality?

      How about some “Russian” originality? What say ye Dayan?

      There are pictures floating all over the web of you cajoling/seducing/wooing Namal in a restaurant …….. right in front of your wife! How dare you? ………but strangely enough, she is edging ye on! …… Wish we had such understanding wives! :))


      So this newest love-fest is going to bring ye your next job, uh?

      Ah! the convolutions Lankans would go for a position! ………… Missionary?

      Someday I’m gonna sit down and write a book about my beloved Lankans and make a billion bucks!

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      “Clearly Sira has lost his marbles”
      I disagree how can he loose something he never had?
      Pleas don’t compare and call MS a Bugger now you been really disrespectful to all low life buggers.

  • 12
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    You are the biggest threat to this country… what allows drug dealers to survive is insufficient efficient law enforcement… law enforcement is weakened by you… you prevent arrests of your pets and use it to persecute enemies… you are responsible for weakening it

  • 2
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    I don’t think you should always unfairly criticize President Sirisena. But what is important is to know whether it is the drug pedlars or drug dealers who are going to be hanged. Further, whether the due process of law was fairly applied to them and on what basis were the 4 selected. It is sad to see the fate of the families of drug addicts. I know of parents who committed suicide unable to pay for the son’s demand for drug money. There was also a father who worked at Central Industries who commited suicide because his son was harassing him for money. There has to be a wider public discussion on this subject before it is implemented.

  • 0
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    {“Anyone who works to prevent the death penalty from being implemented is directly or indirectly aiding drug dealers,” }
    Therefore does it mean that the supporters of death penalty are not drug dealers?

  • 2
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    Maru Sira is babbling. I thought he would say that and so commented in one of the CT articles. “Support my effort to fatten my purse by taxing the drug dealers with the threat of execution or you are a supporter of the drug cartel”. The fella is trying to be a George Bush Jr. when the latter said ” Either you are with us or you are with the terrorists”. With this halt by the courts at least another set of bureaucrats were spared with the trauma of counting money in hotel car parks.

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    What we need in Sri lanka is to support those 100,000 Drug addicts, 100,000 family members of those drug addicts and 200, 000 Parents of those drug addicts and is not some one who listens to NGO-DOLLAR KAAKKAAS, International community and their Local chapter UNP – Ranil.
    Sri lanka needs a DUTERTE like president who will order to Army to jump into those houses of Drug Cartels and wipe them out. I think, some politicians are drug dealers, they escaped to overseas countries to live peaceful lives, they sent them back saying you are not allowed here.
    Sinhala buddhsits are organizing against the corrupt Parliament and Sinhala Parliament who are destroying and who destroyed Sri lanka. If Maithripala sirisena is Duterte we help you.
    I have seen Basil and Mahinda Rajapske had photographs with Madush.
    the rumour is almost every politicians has signed in drug consignments coming inside the country.

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    Eliminating 18 Drug Dealers is a big challenge for Sri lanka. Duterte is a Hero, he got rid of 27,000 including Drug pushers I here. Even Mahinda Rajapske was chicken because he knew Madush, LANSA, Naufer.

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    Sirisena

    Why don’t you start an investigation to see if there are any drug pedlars in Parliament or politicians financed by drug kingpins for a start?

    You seem to have no faith in the judicial system stating that even the supreme court judges are in the payroll of drug dealers, so how are you going to ensure all those who are to be hanged on drug charges are not framed by equally corrupt police? It would be easily replaced desperate & poverty stricken drug pushers in street corners who will be sacrificed while the king pins continue their trade. You are stupid & ignorant to understand that it is a fact the death penalty is not a deterrent for crime.

  • 0
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    Sirisena is a Moron raised to the power of Moron! He is also the worst obstructor of justice in the country, who valiantly protects various other types of criminals.

  • 0
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    With regard to the issue of ‘Death Penalty’ everyone is accusing the President ‘To kill or Not to Kill’. Drug trade had been flourishing in Sri Lanka for quite some time and no one took any serious measures to eradicate for good. Presently the drug menace had spread into every nook and corner of the Sri Lankan society and the threat looms to destroy us for good. Those who oppose against implementing of death sentence should also answerable of the serious nature of the drug menace threatening to disrupt day to day lives of the society. Our children are faced with this dilemma of drug problem threatening to jeopardize their future. Drug lords must be having a hearty laugh of the happenings on death penalty.

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