26 October, 2020

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‘South Africa Abstained In Sri Lanka Voting To Remain Neutral To Be A Potential Facilitator’ Says GTF

Global Tamil Forum (GTF) praises the adoption of the latest UN Human Rights Council resolution on Sri Lanka and says it is a significant and historic step towards achieving truth, accountability and justice for the victims of the armed conflict on Sri Lanka and the International community must make it absolutely clear to President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government what the consequences will be if they do not co-operate and/or wilfully obstruct the investigation. 

Suren Surendiran -Spokesperson GTF

Suren Surendiran -Spokesperson GTF

Issuing a statement today the GTF said; “GTF will fully support in any way possible the endeavours of the OHCHR as it undertakes this important task.

“Since inception GTF has consistently called for an independent international investigation of alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by both sides to the armed conflict, which ended in May 2009.

“As an independent international investigative mechanism, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has been authorised to conduct a comprehensive inquiry in Sri Lanka, which will investigate the allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by both the Sri Lankan military and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) forces in the last years of the civil war.

“Tamils across the world are thankful to the United States for leading the three resolutions on Sri Lanka at the UNHRC, since 2012, and to all those co-sponsors and voting members of the Council who supported the resolution. GTF is also grateful to the role the UK Government has played, particularly the UK Prime Minister, Rt. Hon Mr David Cameron MP, for raising international awareness of the current plight of the Tamil people in the island during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Sri Lanka last November and since that time. We understand the hard work and commitment that has been undertaken by many diplomatic staff from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the United States State Department and elsewhere to make this resolution a success.

“It is also important to recognise the lobbying efforts of the democratically elected members of the Tamil National Alliance, Tamil Diaspora around the world, Tamils in Tamil Nadu, international parliamentarians, NGOs and especially all those Tamils, Tamil speaking Muslims, Sinhalese, Christian Clergy and others from within Sri Lanka, including southern civil society organisations, who have consistently called, and in many cases bravely, for accountability, reconciliation, negotiated political settlement and peace.

“GTF along with Parliamentarians from the TNA had made several visits to various capitals, lobbying for support, throughout the past few years. In a recent visit, last week to both Republic of South Africa and Botswana, members of TNA and GTF met with Deputy Minister for International Relations & Co-operation and Foreign Minister of the respective countries. Whilst South Africa has abstained in the voting to remain neutral to be a potential facilitator of any future negotiations for a political solution in Sri Lanka, it is with great pleasure and gratitude that we note, Botswana has voted in favour of the resolution this year, after abstaining for the past two consecutive times, since 2012.

“Of the 47 current voting members on the UNHRC, 23 voted in favour of the resolution, 12 voted against and 12 abstained. Only 25.5% of the voting countries supported Sri Lanka, by rejecting the resolution. We were pleased to note that the attempts of a handful of voting countries, who are supportive of Sri Lanka, to postpone the vote and then to try to remove the portion of the resolution providing the mandate to the OHCHR for a comprehensive investigation did not succeed.

“It is of paramount importance that the OHCHR is now given strong support to action this investigation immediately. We share the Tamil National Alliance’s view that an inquiry should happen as soon as possible to ensure that further evidence of breaches of international law are not erased by the Government of Sri Lanka.

“We urge the OHCHR to issue an authoritative public statement on how witnesses and their families will be protected in the event of those witnesses coming forward to give evidence to the inquiry. It is every affected Tamil person’s responsibility to present their evidence, equally of non-Tamils including the Sinhalese people, as well as local and international organisations, governments and UN Offices to provide whatever credible evidences they possess, in order to make this international investigation as complete and comprehensive as possible.

“GTF will fully support in any way possible the endeavours of the OHCHR as it undertakes this important task.”

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  • 16
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    Having taken part in destroying the country by financing terrorists here now the despicable racists are threatening us with economic sanctions. There is no way to put economic sanctions on Sinhalese alone, they will also effect the war torn Tamil areas. But again since when did these Eelamists really cared about Sri Lankan tamils except use them as condoms on their march to eelam?

    • 12
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      In theory economic sanctions will effect everyone other than the politicians in power and inner circle but Tamils don’t have to be overly concerned because Tamils have had unofficial economic sanctions from the time of Sirimavo Bandaranayake . Although discrimination was not on paper they have been discriminated in every aspect. From employment to education: from freedom of travel to freedom of expression but still managed to stand on their feet.

    • 11
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      Tell me O’ Liberal One, why is it that you object to an international inquiry that will;
      a- investigate HR violations of both LTTE and Govt/Sri Lanka forces.
      b- bring a closure to the remaining family members who are living like zombies not knowing the whereabouts of their loved ones.

      Remember. the govt had 5+ years to address this issue if they so wished but they didn’t.

      • 7
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        1) Because an international inquiry wouldn’t be impartial. It would be led by the same countries that tried to move a resolution in the final months of the battle that we had to block using China and Russia. Why would you want to place the future of our children in the hands of such questionable third parties? or are your children living in the luxury of west so you don’t give two hoots about us?

        2) Western hegemony have again and again demonstrated that they don’t care about the territorial integrity of 3rd world nations. Do you want me to go through all the countries that were broken apart by the west?

        3) Some main parties of the war namely Tamil nationalist leaders and Tamil diaspora have still not given up the demands for a self governing authority in north and east and it is my belief that war crimes charges can be used to blackmail our leadership into giving such a mechanism. Don’t you see the danger of dividing a country along racial lines?

        4) No country has ever allowed third parties to investigate wars on terrorism. Is there a good reason for Sri Lanka to be the first? Do you even ponder for a second why USA/UK never allow human rights commission to investigate their wars?

        • 3
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          Having read your reply, I wonder if you ever thought of those who have suffered HR violations and still suffering, without the courts and govt of SL lifting a finger to investigate HR crimes against them 5+ years after the war? You are talking about what can happen in the future but what about the present?
          Also what about the govt sponsored terrorism happening now? Did you see recently how an old resident of wanathamulla was abducted because he opposed the UDA’s plans to move them out of the area and only released when the neighbours protested? What about all the murders by the army and police at peaceful demonstrations in Chilaw, Katunayake and Rathupaswela? Tell me was any of these investigated and perpetrators punished? How many mosques and churches have been attacked, BBS and Ravana thugs openly castigate people of other religious faiths; has anyone been arrested? So although the LTTE is no more, terrorism and HR violations continue. This needs to end now.
          Tell me where in the world a govt accused of HR violations is allowed to investigate charges leveled against them ? Do you think such a process will deliver a fair trial?
          Children yours or mine doesn’t matter must have the chance of growing up in a just society free from terrorism and totalitarianism. Government of SL must now address peoples concerns and issues not try to suppress them under its jackboot.

          • 4
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            Looks like you have never though about the suffering that would have continued if we didn’t put a stop to the war. Looks like you have never thought about the lives we could have saved if we went against India in 1987 and killed the terror leader. Looks like you have never thought about the possible consequences of this island been divided into two along racial lines. Looks like you have no idea what a decade long war can do to an economy resulting in more indirect suffering to the people.

            You blindly worship the international community but the truth is most bloodshed occurred in this world because of unwanted foreign interventions persuaded by economic and political needs of world powers.

            Don’t forget that we have a process called elections for people to decide who is best to represent their interests. Trying to bring in unpopular leaders through the support of world powers is despicable.

            • 3
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              The bloody war and Tamil separatism started as a result of the ‘Sinhala Only’ stance of SWRD’s SLFP, whose present leader is MR. The real benefactors of the end to terrorism is only the Rajapakses and their cronies not the rest of the country, although we contributed in blood, sweat, tears and TAXES and still do. True 30 years of war had an impact on the country’s economy but the economy is in ruins today ravaged by corruption and plundering of the state coffers.
              In which previous govt did we have the PM being questioned for importing drugs?
              You speak of elections? Then why the computer jilmart? Yes, I rather depend on the west where people still have their freedom to choose, think, speak, etc and that is why people escape to the west and not to China and Russia.

            • 3
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              Liberal One

              “Looks like you have never though about the suffering that would have continued if we didn’t put a stop to the war.”

              You didn’t stop the war. Do you know stopped it a colossal loss of life? Have a guess.

              “Don’t forget that we have a process called elections for people to decide who is best to represent their interests.”

              Elections alone does not guarantee democracy, accountability, freedom, …… prevent tyranny of the majority.

              Election pledges of eight measures of free grains from moon guaranteed a landslide victory.

              Whoever is willing to starve minorities to death were kept in power.

              …………

            • 0
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              The island was divided before the British joined the 2 . The suffering is a result of allowing the Sinhala Chauvinists to control the lives of Tamils.

              ” You blindly worship the international community but the truth is most bloodshed occurred in this world because of unwanted foreign interventions persuaded by economic and political needs of world powers.”

              So since it was foreign intervention that created Sri Lanka in first place, allowing 1 ethnicity to control the other one, are you going to admit that we should undo this foreign creation called Sri Lanka. Ofcourse you won’t because you are a hypocrit whos only aim is to push Sinhala supremacy. When it is beneficial for Sinhala supremacy, you will ask for and support foreign intervention and when it isn’t you will complain about foreign intervention.

        • 3
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          “This was a matter of concern for us which made us decide to abstain on the resolution”

          WOW… Sri Lanka’s own inquiry would be certainly impartial!

          • 2
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            That could be said for any country isn’t it? Does USA invite Sri Lankans to probe against their army?

            • 0
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              Beggars can not be choosers. Just God’s Waiting Room`!

              The Commissioner was elected to do the job.

              Boston Brahmins judge Boston Brahmins too.

              There is no God and there is no Devil.

          • 2
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            Rohan,
            Do you find a Tamil investigating human rights violations of Tamils to be impartial?
            I am talking about Navi Pillay who few days ago gave a scatching speech alleging human rights violations of Tamils. And today she is in charge of investigating those violations!

    • 5
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      don’t worry about this annual circus – its all about votes – for MR locally and for US/UK in UN – looks like they have both won. when they are ready both sides will negotiate- just wait and see. SL will be still here – governed by the same corrupt lot but hopefully slowly moving forward. Diaspora will be hopefully absorbed into their own countries where they live and forget SL, as their skin turn whiter by passing of each generation. (time they got a life- without living in a mythical country they left years ago)

      • 0
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        Dawn,
        You say “…as their skin turn whiter by passing of each generation”. Please don’t give ideas. They might ask for an Elam in those countries.

    • 3
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      THIS IS NOT ABOUT SRI LANKAN RIGHTS ISSUE.. BUT TAMIL AND ONLY TAMIL RIGHTS ISSUE.. WHY DO YOU THINK WHEN THE LTTE WERE MASSACRING CIVILIANS THE USA DID NOT ACT LIKE THIS IN SUCH SPEED?? THEY DID NOT WANT THE LTTE TO BE POWERFUL BUT THEY DID NOT WANT THEM TO GO AWAY COMPLETELY(SEE what richard arimatage said in 2002).. thats why LTTE still got material and financial support from west and only in late 06 were they banned. ALL LANKANS AGREE THE TAMILS NEED TO BE GIVEN THEIR POLITICAL DUE AS MANY LEADERS FAILED BEFORE.. BUT FOR THE TAMILS TO POINT FIGURES ONLY AGAINST SRI LANKANS AND IN PARTICULAR SINHALA PEOPLE FOR CRIMES, AND WHITEWASH THE LTTE CRIMES.. WE ALL SAW HOW THEY CALLED THE LTTE HEROES JUST LAST YEAR during the LTTE HEROES DAY SPEECH IN PARLIAMENT AND JAFFNA.. so how can the Government work with a tamil leadership that praises a terrorist movement and when progress is made during talks, they always walk away and blame the Government and sinhala people. These are some facts that the Stupid diplomats should have highlighted during the UNHCR and show the Tamil Politicians praising the LTTE only just last years.. Its time sri lanka calls for a all party conference to discuss this latest issues…Dont ever mistake this resolution as the end of corruption, good governance.. THIS IS ONLY A TAMIL ISSUE

    • 0
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      Main source how the western countries financed them were through offering asylum to those arrived in those desitnations. That means, they basically welcomed anyone arriving in their soils giving them refuge. Longer these refugees lived these countries, more devleopments related to fund raising and other mobilisations of them occured.They became a part of the populations like the case in Germany, England, Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland and Scandinavian countries. They even get offered the citizeship or green cards equivalnces of particular nations. In that way, they got adapated to the system of thoese countries and secondarily only, they would be able to support their organisations like LTTE or others. So primarily, it is not right you to accuse EU or western nations of having financed the lanken war directly. Had these euroepan countries owned that kind of basic laws to help out those who come from war weary countries, those folks would have gone dead forever. So here, I see it is not right calling them as the ones who streghtnened the hands of those refugees.
      In late 80ties, Germany, France, Switzerland, Netherlands and several others in scandinavia welcomed thousands of lanken refugees. But to this day, this has been reduced to 2 digitnubmers/year. And they even helped our country by banning LTTE´s acitivities on each of their soils. Instead of cirticising, it is worth respecting these nations, because those who migrated to them are also not just tamils but SRILANKENs.
      In outside world, we each of us are identified as SRILANKENS, though you guys still want to see the race first and then others.
      I would never allow any idiots among our sinahalyas to behave so. I have joined some sinhala gatherings in Europe, where, some of the presentees even got shocked at their first glance towards refugees. Most of them refugees look very like the way they live in Jaffna, Batticalo or the areas, were not educated enough to live even on asian metropoles. Someof them I get to see even in Swiss and German cities. Somehow they had been transported to Europe (through illegal channels) but it was the countries CIVIL war that made them apart.
      This situaton is not common only to lankens, but also many other contries, like cosovo, yugoslavia, turks, kurds, erithrians, and other africans too.

    • 0
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      Read the following

      In theory economic sanctions will effect everyone other than the politicians in power and inner circle but Tamils don’t have to be overly concerned because Tamils have had unofficial economic sanctions from the time of Sirimavo Bandaranayake . Although discrimination was not on paper they have been discriminated in every aspect. From employment to education: from freedom of travel to freedom of expression but still managed to stand on their fee

    • 1
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      Now Sri lanka should deploy more security forces in North and start to search all anti-Sri lankan activities.
      That is the outcome of this pressed resolution. Suren Surandiran & Pillay wanted it very badly. No more eelam or self governing for Sri lankan Tamils. TNA & Ex LTTE bandit in Diaspora could spend more Millions dollar, Euros in Future for another resolution against sri lanka!
      In the meantime, we (Sinhalese, SLTamils, Muslims, burges) could live very peacefully in our Motherland Sri lanka.

  • 7
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    GTF will fully support in any way possible the endeavors of the OHCHR as it undertakes this important task:

    Can you please disclose and confess to all past fundraising and terrorism financing activities that took place with your knowledge/involvement/blessing/contributions and hang yourselves promptly.

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      Navin

      “Can you please disclose and confess to all past fundraising and terrorism financing activities that took place with your knowledge/involvement/blessing/contributions and hang yourselves promptly.”

      Can you please disclose and confess to all past state terrorism that took place since 5th April 1971 which had taken a toll of more than 300,000 lives with your knowledge, involvement, blessing, contributions and your part in war crime denial.

  • 4
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    Please note he have not mentioned anything about India’s abstaintion from voting. Have he dropped the dependency on India?

    • 7
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      I don’t think Tamils ever trusted the Central Govt of India. They trusted TN and TN stood by them. This helped put pressure and it worked. This time congress knows it has no hope in TN and it dint want people questioning about Punjab and Kashmir either. So it voted the way it voted.

    • 4
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      “Please note he have not mentioned anything about India’s abstention from voting. Have he dropped the dependency on India?””

      This resolution is more to do with the voiceless people sihala, tamil muslim journalist who lost their lives.◕。。◕

      The Tamil issue is very complex with government forces vs terrorist Tamils and sponsors on either side.

      ◕ India’s recent `nannygate`, graft , rape”!

      ◕ GTF ki gaand fat gaya – Sushma Swaraj leader of Opposition.”!

      ◕ Congress (I) ki gaand ka ched fat gaya – US femme fatale”!

  • 6
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    Economic sanctions are the best for Sri Lanka. Then Sri Lankans will understand the importance of self-sustenance and how to think independant.

    Right now, Sri Lankans are dependant on foreign countries for every thing.

    I think economic sanctions are a blessing in disguise for Sri Lanka.

    Anyway, even if the western countries bring about economic sanctions there will be many countries to counteract that.

    When we consider the countries that supported the resolution, it is unbelievable that UK and USA could not do a better job against Sri Lanka. They should be ashamed.

    For Tamils, they are eternal losers.

    • 4
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      Self dependance is out of the question for a tiny island like ours and specially with a population that lack the technical know how, willingness or the backbone.

      If the corrupt west threaten us with sanction we should remind them of the consequences of having Chinese and Russian military bases in the most strategic important island in the Indian Ocean. If they want let them bomb us and stop that.

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        [Edited out]

    • 0
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      uneducated idiot. go get a degree in economics. Countries are interdependent and most certainly a small country like sri lanka cannot be self sufficient

  • 8
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    This is simply a political gimmick by countries trying to please its tamil voters. The reason I say this is because if the Sri Lankan Government is found guilty, then how would they be brought to justice? Maybe through sanctions over the country. Who suffers then ? The people !!!! It is well and good for those tamil diaspora overseas, but what about the repercussions the ones in Sri Lanka have to face?
    What happened in the last few hours cannot be justified. The Tigers deserved it but not the civilians. The government should have taken all necessary actions to prevent the innocent killings on civilians. Yet no one seems to be talking of the fact as to why they were there in the first place????? Who forced them into being there? In fact who were hiding in the midst of the civilians ? the Tamil tigers !!!! I still have not seen any of our tamil brethren criticise or blame the tigers for herding the innocent civilians lick cattle for their (the tigers) safety.

    People need closure to the bloodbath. As sinhalese we need to take that responsibility and reconcile with our tamil brethren. Lets feel their pain and let them feel our pain of the suicide bombings etc. Lets take responsibility and exercise the gift of forgiveness and reconciliation. Else this war will never end and we will only build hatred for our children and their generations to come.

    • 3
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      This is not true considering the countries that voted yes. “Voted for the HRC25 are Argentina, Austria, Benin, Botswana, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cote DeVore, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Montenegro, Peru, Korea, Romania, Sierra Leone, FYR Macedonia, UK and the US.”
      Out of this only France, Germany and UK have a high Tamil population, Italy and US have almost an equal amount of Sinhala and Tamil population/

      • 5
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        At least eight of the countries that voted against Sri Lanka do not have diplomatic missions in Sri Lanka. That means, they do not know about Tamil human bombs exploded to kill civilians during the war or how 12,000 terrorist cadres are resurrected and released to the society after the war. Perhaps these countries do not believe about the infrastructure development taking place Sri Lanka. All these poor countries worry is the pittance they get from the US and their previous colonial masters.

        To understand how these countries being manipulated by the US, take Botswana for instance, a country that voted against Sri Lanka. The US has been the largest single foreign contributor to the development of its armed forces. In return, Botswana government allow the US to explore the possibility of establishing an Africa Command (Africom) base in the country. But Botswana doesn’t have the will like gulf countries to voice against their protector, the US.

        To understand how the US control docile countries with small population with their silver bullets, one has to read the book named ‘Confessions of an Economic HitMan’ by John Perkins or at least some of its reviews in the web. In such a situation, I wouldn’t say Sri Lanka has done badly.

        The only way to meet future challenges by vile neo-cons, our government will have to keep Pilley like US lackeys away from Sri Lanka and enhance our trade and other ties with friendly countries. Faster we achieve this the better for the country.

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          So countries that do not have diplomatic missions in Sri Lanka are ideal candidates for voting on the reso. I don’t see why you have a problem. They are not influenced one way or other, they have very little bias on the subject and would vote based on the reso provided and the arguments made during the debate.

          “That means, they do not know about Tamil human bombs exploded to kill civilians during the war or how 12,000 terrorist cadres are resurrected and released to the society after the war.”
          Whose responsibility do you think it is to inform not just the parties voting but the whole UN of the above? Now if you have a permanent incompetent team at the UN just living off state funds can you blame the IC or Tamils or should you be blaming the Sinhalese and your govt? What did Raja do he just complimented a bunch of incompetent rascals with another bunch led by GL and you saw the results. So stop blaming everyone else and look within.

          The rest of the crap you have written is not even worth addressing. If your speaking about Botswana then you should be also talking about Pakinstan whose military and economy depends on USA but it voted NO.

  • 7
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    What facilitating? Pilliya is simply a neo-con agent. She has being the accuser of Sri Lanka from 2009. She is a Tamil and she has sided with the Tamil tigers. How can such a bias person do a fair investigation and write a fair judgement. The woman or her agents will not be given visas to enter Sri Lanka to do her bogas interviews and fake investigations. She’ll have to do all that in New York for India may not allow her to do such acting either.

    Anyway, mad diaspora waiting now is for the US to send their seals to pluck MR or a drone to knock him out. What they do not know is MR will win every election to come with a higher majority.

    Good sign is, the west is going bankrupt and World is getting multipolar.

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      mechanic

      ” Pilliya is simply a neo-con agent.”

      Could you explain.

    • 3
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      You agree that Sri lanka president is a Sinhala Buddhist and he is sided with Sinhala Buddhists, and BBS. Sri Lanka is always sided with Sinhalese extremists and racists because they are Sinhalese.

      • 1
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        Ajith (aka Sajith P)

        Sri Lanka is a country with its majority being Sinhalase people. What do you want to do about it? We cannot be like racist Tamil peelamist like you. You Die-Ass-poo ras tried 30 odd years to wipe Sinhalese out from our own land by funding suicide bombers in the past.

        • 1
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          Like Namal you like twerking big booty girls shake`|

          Luck is on your side, Mugabe Loves You; trip it up`|

          Colaba Choppe

          。◕‿◕。

  • 1
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    That South African punch was a knockout blow.
    But Suren Surendiram come up with a lame excuse.

    These vultures have something to say. They assume believing goebbels live everywehere.

    Shameless Surendiran educated but speak like a cooley.
    Follow Arun Thambimuththu and move on and send that S.J.Emmanuel to meett his creator to make his confession.

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      Thonda

      This blood sucker Suren is not the Pakeer to be believed.

      This is one of the main Crooks who funded blood sucking LTTE terrorist for unwinnable and futile war. He never sent his sons and daughters to fight that war. His kith and kins are enjoying the effluent life style in the western world with all perks. Only sons and daughters of our poor farmers sacrificed lives in last 30 odd years fighting terra war in SL.

      HE should be dragged from ear to Hague for the utter war crimes that he committed for last 30 odd years funding terrorist activities in SL.

      By the way – he looks like a crossbreed of Parangiyas.

  • 1
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    burt , are you living in a dream world?. Do you think for a minute countries that voted YES voted becuase they cared about Tamils. No they voted YES because US told them to.. if they didn’t they will suffer the financial consequences.

  • 3
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    ““It is of paramount importance that the OHCHR is now given strong support to action this investigation immediately.””

    ATFO- Asked To F*** Off “◕

    ““GTF will fully support in any way possible the endeavours of the OHCHR as it undertakes this important task.””

    AQR – Ain’t Quite Right”◕

    ◕Equal Rights and Justice”◕

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SN7Pko_jCM

  • 0
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    If these idiots think that Navi Pillay and countries who voted for the US resolution will only support Tamils, how do they think that Tamils can trust the Sinhalese to rule them. Why should Tamils put up with the Sinhalese army rule and its atrocities.If the Sinhalese cannot trust the justice of the United nations how can they expect Tamils to trust the Rajapakse’s who are already in hot seat for HR violations and possible genocide. Don’t you guys think that Eelam is inevitable!!

  • 1
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    Reconciliation is not mentioned even once in this Diaspora Heavy’s diatribe.

    It is obvious these Diasporians couldn’t give a shit whether the inhabitants in Srilanka do Reconciliation..

    It is understandable, given the fact that these ex LTTEers are now full blown citizens of the West.

    They have no intention of living among their ex brethren even if they are in Eelaam, unless the average wage is around USD 40,000.

    And they practice perfect Human Rights protection in other countries especially the ones which are weak and vulnarable.

    Their main game is to take revenge on the Govt for eliminating their beloved leader, which resulted in zero return for their 30 year investment.

    But the sad part is their incessant crusade against Srilanka may put the ex brethren in the same shit hole once again.

    And Nediyawan from Norway seems to have already commenced the retraing of the less fortunate, less adavtaged and less intelligent poor yet again to lead them to front up for liberation..

    Suerly real South African leaders don’t want to be part of it, except a couple whom the readers are familiar with.

    It is a pity poor Suren is cut up about it.

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    This Suren fella looks like a Sinhalese. Wait, I thought Sinhalese were Aryans …:)

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    Now Sri lanka should deploy more security forces in North and start to search all anti-Sri lankan activities.
    That is the outcome of this pressed resolution. Suren Surandiran & Pillay wanted it very badly. No more eelam or self governing for Sri lankan Tamils. TNA & Ex LTTE bandit in Diaspora could spend more Millions dollar, Euros for another resolution against sri lanka!
    In the meantime, we (Sinhalese, SLTamils, Muslims, burges) could live very peacefully in our Motherland Sri lanka.

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