19 September, 2020

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Sri Lanka Not Honoured Commitments Made To India – TNA Tells Jayalalithaa

“We are thank full to you for the continuing concern you have shown towards the resolution of the Tamil question in Sri Lanka and we look forward to working closely with you and your government to future strengthen our ties.” Leader of the Tamil National Alliance wrote to Chief Minister of Tamilnadu, J Jayalalithaa.

jaya-mainSending a congratulatory message to Jayalalithaa the TNA leader said;The Tamil People in Sri Lanka do not desire a recurrence of violence. Their desire is that they and all other Sri Lankans are able to carry on their lives in the territories they live in, based on equality and justice.”

He also said “Sri Lankan government has not honoured the several commitments made to India and to the International Community to evolve an acceptable political solution to the national question;

“The agenda being aggressively persued by the Sri Lankan government through the several actions stipulated in the said letter to radically alter the demographic composition of the majority Tamil speaking territories, the Northern and Eastern provinces and also change the ethnic, linguistic and cultural identities of the said territories;

“The aforesaid actions of the Sri Lankan government are clearly indicative of the lack of genuine commitment on the part of the Sri Lankan government to evolve an acceptable political solution”

We publish below the letter in full;

Chelvi J Jeyalalitha,

Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu,

Chief Minister’s Office,

Tamil Nadu.

Dear Chief Minister,

I write to you as the Leader of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), democratically elected to substantially represent the Tamil People, particularly in the North East of Sri Lanka, for instance in the last election held for the Northern Provincial Council (NPC), despite the election being held under the intimidatory presence and invlovement of the armed forces as concluded by both international and local observers, the TNA secured 30 out of 38 seats in the NPC.

We extend to you on behalf of the Tamil People of Sri Lanka our warmest congratulations on your resounding victory in Tamil Nadu at the recently concluded elections to the Lok Sabha. By winning 37 out of 39 seats in Tamil Nadu, you have become the third largest party in the whole country in the Lok Sabha, next only to the present and former ruling parties. This indeed, is an astounding acheivement and is indicative of the influence which you have the capacity to weild. We extend to you and your government our very sincere best wishes for the successful performance of your multi-facted responsibilities.

We are thankful to you for the continuing concern you have shown towards the resolution of the Tamil question in Sri Lanka and we look forward to working closely with you and your government to further strengthen our ties. The Tamil People in Sri Lanka do not desire a recurrence of violence. Their desire is that they and all other Sri Lankans are able to carry on their lives in the territories they live in, based on equality and justice.

Following the anti-Tamil pogrom of 1983, Sri Lanka accepted the good offices of India to bring about a final and acceptable resolution of the national conflict in Sri Lanka. This has been a continuing process, though at times interrupted. India has and continues to play a role.

With the end of the armed conflict in May 2009, violence terminated and every opportunity came about to bring a permanent end to the conflict based upon equality, justice and genuine peace.

Both during the armed conflict and after its conclusion Sri Lanka made commitments to India and the International Community to bring about an acceptable political solution. Unfortunately this has not been honoured.

We annex herewith for your kind attention a copy of a letter addresssed to Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India. We have stated therein: 1. The Sri Lankan government has not honoured the several commitments made to India and to the International Community to evolve an acceptable political solution to the national question; 2. The agenda being aggressively persued by the Sri Lankan government through the several actions stipulated in the said letter to radically alter the demographic composition of the majority Tamil speaking territories, the Northern and Eastern provinces and also change the ethnic, linguistic and cultural identities of the said territories; and 3. The aforesaid actions of the Sri Lankan government are clearly indicative of the lack of genuine commitment on the part of the Sri Lankan government to evolve an acceptable political solution.

Such actions of the Sri Lankan government undermine all efforts towards reconciliation, permanent peace and harmony, create an environment that promotes hostility and further cause irreparable and irreversible damage to the Tamil speaking peoples in the territories historically inhabited by them.

We have appealed to the Prime Minister that India’s continued role should ensure that an honourable peace based on justice and equality should be brought about in Sri Lanka.

We appeal to you for your continued and fullest support to achieve the above.

We look forward to meeting with you at your earliest convenience and earnestly request that an opportunity be afforded to us.

With our warmest regards and very best wishes,

Yours Very Sincerely

R. SAMPANTHAN

Member of Parliament, Trincomalee / Sri Lanka.

Leader, Tamil National Alliance.

 

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  • 12
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    You see here the traitors moaning to their mafia goddess. It won’t do any good.

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      .
      Hardline Sinhalese are pushing Lankan Tamils into India/Tamilnadu’s hand.

      God Helps Lanka.

      :-)

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        Traitors to the Tamil people. All this will achieve is to keep MR in power for anther 6 years or more. The TNA should focus on domestic issues and set an example to the Government.

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      Had the Sri Lankan government kept its promises to India and the international community, there would have been no need for the elected representatives of the Tamils to seek outside help. There is no point in calling them traitors. Traitors to whom?

      Sengodan. M

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      paul

      “You see here the traitors moaning to their mafia goddess”

      The word has no meaning these days. Anyone can accuse another being traitor for no apparent reason. No one defines them and the word has been stretched to the extent that no one recognize it anymore.

      Perhaps you must have been a past admirer of LTTE or JVP or both at the same time.

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      Selvi Jayalalithaa is the right leader to put the Rajapaksas and the criminal gangs on the docks of the ICC.

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    TNA’s reliance on Jayalalitha is misplaced. She is the most untrustworthy Indian politician. She runs a one woman show in Tamil Nadu and appoints and sacks her State Ministers and political functionaries of her party as she pleases at the stroke of a pen. AIADMK will be a non-entity when Jayalalitha disappears from the political scene of Tamil Nadu. Sooner or later she will be nailed by the Indian courts on corruption charges.

    Jayalalitha has used the Sri Lankan Tamil issue only for her political gains and to drub her adversary Karunanidhi’s nose. She had never been a friend of LTTE or the SL Tamils and even some of her present closest advisors such as Cho Ramasamy are anti-LTTE.

    Jayalalitha will have no influence over India’s policy towards Sri Lanka. Modi government is not likely to listen to her. Modi does not need her to sort out the SL Tamil issue. It is far better for TNA and Sampanthan to try to get closer to the likes of Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and other BJP leaders rather than going behind this unpredictable dictator from Tamil Nadu.

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      You don’t rely on Jayalalitha but you need the support of Tamil Nadu people and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister. Similarly we don’t rely on Modi or Sonia, we need the support of Indian people and Indian government. We should not rely on US or UN but we need the support from them. We need to tell the truth about the real face of the Sinhala Buddhist Fundamentalism.

    • 6
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      The TNA has a seasoned leadership. They know what to do and whom to meet.

      Sengodan. M

    • 5
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      Jayalalitha is much more popular than Mahinda Rajapaksa. Out of 39 seats, her party has won 37 seats. Therefore, Tamilnadu people has chosen Jayalalitha for a reason.
      Ignoring Jayalaith will be a headache for Modi and Co.

      Any actions to undermine Jayalalitha will only help the Tamil Nationalism to grow more stronger.

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      Naga, Your motives aren’t clear.

      How is ‘TNA’s reliance on Jayalalitha misplaced’? Are you trying to help TNA or are you trying to be a spoke in their wheel.

      Are you saying that TNA should not court the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu? Should JJ have been a friend of LTTE for us to seek her political support?

      Were you a friend of LTTE? Were your close friends, friends of LTTE?

      Sushma Swaraj was never a friend of LTTE. Was she?

      Are both JJ and SS sworn enemies? Shouldn’t we be courting both?

      Look back at your own comments on this forum. You will be surprised that you are more unpredictable than JJ.

      A leader has to have a streak of dominance; That goes with the territory.

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      It is not JJ or Modi TNA should court. But, the Sri Lankan people.

      Everything else is misplaced. JJ is indeed a corrupt, unpredicatable dictator. Who misueses Tamil suffering to promote her own game.

      People of SL believe TNA is made up of extremist ethno-natioanlist Tamil traitors.

      That is unfortunately TNA’s legacy after their failed 30 year long courtship with VP & LTTE.

      Sure, Rajapasa is a disaster. Problem is TNA scores far worse on that same meter.

      It is time for TNA to quit licking Indian boots. But, to stand shoulder to shoulder with fellow Sri Lankans instead. To build a better country for all Sri Lankans who share this Island.

      Only then will TNA win Sri Lankans people’s confidence. And its’ own self-respect.

      Cheers!

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        Ben Hurling

        “It is not JJ or Modi TNA should court. But, the Sri Lankan people.”

        You may be right.

        However it is the majoritarian who alienated themselves from the minority and supposed to have won the war.

        The majoritarian should be magnanimous and court the minorities, not the other way round.

        As said on many occasions, if you don’t treat your family well, then the neighbour will grope your wife, daughter, sister, aunts and grandma, when opportunity is presented to him. You can’t do much about it.

        If the neighbour is very nice to them they will kick you out of your own house.

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          Native,

          “if you don’t treat your family well, then the neighbour will grope your wife, daughter, sister, aunts and grandma..”.

          You are right.

          In our case the situ is far worse. The neighbour is a starved sex maniac.

          We should exercise extra caution, before neglecting family life. Our so called “family members” are so into “cheating”.

          When ever and where ever they can.

          Cheers!

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        couldn’t agree more – true

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        “Sure, Rajapasa is a disaster. Problem is TNA scores far worse on that same meter.”

        Here you are dead right.

        TNA to seek discussions with Ms Jayalalitha seems to be their number one priority than making every effort to nearing to srilanken leadership. Latter has nothing to do with his V´s latest denial on joining the delegation to India. Btw, I found V´s denial was right though.

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    ” The Tamil People in Sri Lanka do not desire a recurrence of violence”.

    In the mid seventies,the TULF leaders branded their political opponents as traitors and thundered in the TULF platforms that the traitors will not have “NATURAL” death.The Tamil youth took their words seriously and started to kill “traitors”(as far the tigers are concerned,Sammanthans are also traitors) like Duraiyappa.THE ONES WHO SOWED THE SEEDS OF VIOLENCE AMONG THE TAMILS ARE SAMMANTHANS.The ones who bore the brunt of the war innocent tamils,NOT SAMMANTHANS.
    Sammanthan,you idiot,what moral right do you have to talk about the Tamil issue?Do you really have the thirst to solve the Tamil issue?.Do you have the foresight to save the Tamils in Sl?Are you really acting in the interests of the Tamils?No,absolutely no.If you are really interested in the welfare of the Tamils,you would have accepted the Indo-Srilankan accord and saved thousands of innocent lives.YOU ALSO SHOULD BE TRIED IN THE HAGUE.

    Sammanthan,when North and East remained merged for more than two decades,you neither supported it nor thought of strengthening it.What has happened now?Were you able get anything better than that?Now you have accepted NPC and EPC.

    Sammanthan,didnt you get expensive bullet proof car from madam Chandrika?Didnt you get luxury residence from Chandrika?Didnt you get security from Chandrika?DID YOU SUPPORT CHANDRIKA’S PACKAGE IN 2000?NO.This itself shows that you have no desire for a political solution.
    THE TRUTH IS, SAMMANTHANS DONT WANT THE TAMIL ISSUE RESOLVED.

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      The TNA members have nothing left in them. To show the Tamil people that they are doing something and concerned about them, they give some reports to the Media or they seem to seek help from India. India for all these years failed to help the Tamils and now they are seeking help from Jeyalalitha who does not have any power with the centre. They are scared of Rajapaksas. The problems of the Tamils would not and cannot be solved by anyone or any government.

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      ” TULF leaders branded their political opponents as traitors and thundered in the TULF platforms that the traitors will not have “NATURAL” death “

      And then they let loose those whom they referred to as ‘our boys’, the vile murderous LTTE, to carry out their desires.

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    It is not that the Tamils should be given more or less. They need and deserve to be fully fledged equal citizens in Sri Lanka, and liberties and rights should be given to assure that this does happen. On the other hand, wagreements obtained under duress will never hold up in a court of law, whether such court is local or international. The Sri Lankan government should, as a matter of principle, abrogate the Indo-Lanka accord as it was obtained under duress, then proceed to give the Tamils whatever is needed to make them fully fledged citizens of the country.

    In other words, tell India exactly where it can put it; right up their ****

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      Brave words…. the reality is that India is the power in the sub continent .. without India’s support MR’s Govt. will be in lot of difficulties

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      “In other words, tell India exactly where it can put it; right up their ****” -Brave words.. talk is cheap … the reality is that India is the super power of the sub continent .. SL needs India OK on the world stage

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      S. Dissanayake

      “abrogate the Indo-Lanka accord as it was obtained under duress, then proceed to give the Tamils whatever is needed to make them fully fledged citizens of the country”

      How about the other way round?

      First proceed to give the minorities whatever is needed to make them fully fledged citizens of the country and then abrogate the Indo-Lanka accord.

      Don’t you think its a good idea?

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      Mr.Dissanayake!

      Could you please give some thoughts before you give away your opinion. As you say if the Tamils were given their due rights and power sharing by the majority government of Sri Lanka over the last 80 years why should anyone or any nation impose on the government of Sri Lanka to sign agreements or the Tamil youths to take up to arms. Once you sign an agreement you have to abide by it.

  • 6
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    Losers stick to other losers.

    For the first time Tamils are NOT the king makers in India.

    Too sad? Weep and howl Tamils!

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      But Tamils in India have proved that they are unique by not going behind the national parties. They also prove that they are unique in keeping Dravidian Identity!!

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    Dear Sampanthan,

    A politician trusting another politician is a bigger fool of all.

    A drowning man will hang on to even a straw. You and your flock of leading jokers should realize at least now, that the only path is to ask the ruling party for solutions. Did not the GOSL put down the biggest curse the Tamils had on May 19th 2009.

    Sampanthan, you should realize that you and the Tamil people owe the rest of the country a big apology for the carnage caused by his leader of that time – your buddy Thug Prabhakaran. Reconciliation must start from the tamil leadership and the tamils. The majority has nothing to reconciliate and with whom should it reconciliate.

    Everything humanly possible has been given by the sacrifices made by the majority of Sri Lanka for you and for the Tamil community in Sri Lanka to live in peace in where-ever and which-ever part of Sri Lanka you all wish to live in.

    Does the majority have the same privilege. Hell No!

    So Sampanthan without running to that [Edited out] woman in Tamil Nadu, change direction and come to us. We are the ones who paid for your screw ups during the past 28 plus years.

    Open your mouth and tell the mad men and women of the Diaspora Tamils including [Edited out] Emmanuele hiding under a robe and that Donald Gnanakone from Wellawatta presently hiding in USA to stop sabotaging your peace of mind.

    With a Pity!

    JP/USA

  • 2
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    Tail carrier Sampathanathan always try to find solution from people outside the country, not with people ruling the country, now he is going behind the big sister , she can’t do anything now she is powerless with new indian government

    end of the day this is another big fart from Sampathanathan to poor Tamils

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    I don’t think Jayalalitha can make any change in Central Government’s policy towards Ceylon Tamils. Tamilnadu Tamils are not treated as equal as North Indian states, but still much better than their brothers treated in Srilanka.

    Any stern action against Central’s stand will put JJ in risk of getting her Govt dissolved.

    Therefore, JJ has to go close with Modi to try and get a solution for Tamil issue.

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      “Any stern action against Central’s stand will put JJ
      in risk of getting her Govt dissolved.”

      __________________________

      Dissolve no liquid at that- 37/39.
      Ha ha its not the stupid congress!!

      Why has NaMo hijacked Hinduism??
      He has to come the southern way to pray like all Gujarati
      and in fact all north and south even Lanka.

      Isn’t it right to ignore the North Indian Taliban DNA??

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    jayalalitha should build some toilets in tamilnadu first, because [Edited out] tamils still shit n piss on the roads…

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      ela kolla

      “jayalalitha should build some toilets in tamilnadu first”

      I hate to agree with you.

      However Tamilnadu toilet cleaning jobs are for Tamils, not for Sinhala/Buddhist.

      You should not raise your hope of getting a job there.

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        stinky vedda,

        i didn’t know you’re cleaning toilets in tamilnadu…i thought you’re cleaning sudda’s toilets…anyway hope you’ll get a promotion soon

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          Do you have any other arguments than toilet cleaning ?
          Besides, even Post docs are doing such cleaning jobs on western world today. ha ha … so what is the purpose of attacking the great job of a toilett cleaner. YOU BUGGERS should have been born in toilets not to see it beyond.

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            PonsKolla was born inside a toilet. He was dropped inside the toilet got his head hit on the marble and lost his marble. His mother should have done a good deed by flushing him as soon as he was born.

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          I wish I could use you – “ELA KOLLA” for our lab experimentation; at least cancer patients/mankind would be grateful to you if you and ilk that are irreparably sick by all means, would agree with us. This time we wanne to continue it with lanken kind of guinea pigs, while still awaiting to establish it on naked mole rats.

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            sven perera has become the worst cancer to sri lankan society…[Edited out]

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          ela kolla

          Whats wrong with cleaning toilets?

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      Why not you guys have your brains checked.. ?
      Ela kolla have become balu kollas being only on licking mode. What is the purpose of your life if cant to get things correctly ?

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    Jaya Lalitha & TNA can indulge in a Kavadi session and permit H/E Mr.Modhi to get about with his business.

    Now…… do we trust Sampanthan & the TNA ?………..NO
    Can we look forward to any reconcilliation ?…………NO

    Sampanthan has clearly shown the to the wider Sri Lanka the hidden STRIPES.

    Does Sampanthan & TNA care about the us in Sri Lanka?……NO.

  • 4
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    Jayalalitha got so many votes due to the sentiment of sympathy of Sri Lankan Tamil and her strong stand on that issue.

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      But 5% of indian population WHICHI Jayalalitha´s colony will not be able to move their central govt. There are lot more other millions (95%) which are not also worry free folks of that part of the country.
      But our stupid island nation feels that Jayalalitha´s power in that country could almost highly influence in lanken matters. All in all – these is where local media has gone wrong.
      India´s centrail govt will not change to the degree that our administrations fate. In CBK days- diplomatic ties between countries werhe the best – immediately – the street thug (he himself prefers to call him) got elected and the world except undemocratic middle east and few handful of countries of poor kind – nobody ´s ties are made important to the man; not even with the big brother who defended the nation in the LTTE struggle- wihtout whose mediation -LTTE defeat by millitariliy woud not have been a reality. Anyway, ballige putha seem to twist the average mindset – people would not see it other way around either. Lanka will be isolated in the days to come, but nothing like fears or panicking needed coming from Jayalalitha the tamil voice.

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        Sven Perera

        “But 5% of indian population WHICHI Jayalalitha´s colony will not be able to move their central govt.”

        If necessary Centre would move the state just as it did in the early 1980’s when MGR was the chief minister of Tamilnadu. A reluctant MGR had to play along with Centre’s foreign policy adventure.

        It is the Sinhala/Buddhist who should stop playing their nationalistic card.

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          “If necessary Centre would move the state just as it did in the early 1980′s when MGR was the chief minister of Tamilnadu. A reluctant MGR had to play along with Centre’s foreign policy adventure. “

          This may be right – in current of srilanken regime. Centre has silenced even former LTTE terrorist/according to them – turn democratic candidates.

          Let me correct you here – it is not sinhala buddhist, it is Rajapakshes who should stop playing their nationalic card. Predominant buddhists would say agree with “devolution of power” but disgree with separating the country. These terms have been a problems to many of the average men. It is lamost like – many mistunderstand the term – psycologist with psychiatrist; latter is no common even on the west. What is in need is to pass the proper information to the GENERAL PUBLIC.

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            Applogies :
            latter is VERY COMMON even on the west. What is NEED of the hour is to pass the proper information to the GENERAL PUBLIC. This will take long until healthy info are passed to them. Media should take the stand here.

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            Sven Perera

            “Let me correct you here – it is not sinhala buddhist, it is Rajapakshes who should stop playing their nationalic card. “

            Are you sure MR is the only one who is playing the nationalist card?

            Could I ask you to revisit the past and look around you.

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              Dear NV,
              I really dont think from the incidents occured in 58, 83, 89, 2009, we could label them all (majority folks) as sinhala buddhists that go always against any kind of autonomy for the minority folks. Lankens in general are a passive nation. This you observe in Universities, schools or any other places today than in the past. And the fact – most among the buddhists and the place of the religion for them has become not the priority to them. If you live iwth budhists you would know that. How many of them would go to temples on full moon day while the numbers among the christians and hindus and muslims get on with their religions are multiple times higher. Average Buddhists in srilanka dont even respect the basics – five precepts incl. avoiding killing or stealing…

              In 83 clashes, I knew it worked as not second to tsunami wave. This kind of violent actiivities are also seen at University ragging events, school big matches or the like occasions. Developing nations including ours people would take even another 50 years to achieve the civlized levels as the western Europe enjoy today.
              You dont need ot take any other examples – take that one the CJ impeachment process – and the manner so called parliamentarians acted against the island CJ to that time. It was beyond all ethics. We talk about lankens have been civilized…. the very same minsiters and parliamentarians were not punished for those verbal attacks made to the former CJ. Nothing was investigated. If Angela Merkel or anyone from Europe were attacked in that way, ministers would have been demanded to leave the office. They protected the powerfulness of the laws in that way. Just for a tiny issue Germany´s former president reigned the office 4 years ago. That is how cilvilized world worked.

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              I see only way out would be go for better awarness programs across the nation, cleaning all perceptions/myths about devolution of power. Not only sinhalese but also tamils should be informed adequately. In today ´s context – if you hold an opnion poll (covering all walks of people in the society) on devolution of power into regions sometimes representing those educated masses from the south – over 90% would respond to you as if they dont care what kind of poltics the rulers would play, all these considering that what majority of media passing them are the facts. University accredited institutions could do this year to year to ascerntain the changes of people´s ideas, I have no doubt, many would say yes to FEDERAL SYSTEMs – that would bring no harm to any folks. Until majority of folks are better informed, thing swould not even slightly change in lanken society.

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        ” But 5% of indian population WHICHI Jayalalitha´s colony will not be able to move their central govt. “

        Then how is it that 4% of Tamils in the North of Sri Lanka have been able to hold the Central government to ransom from the very first day after Independence. Remember that it took less than 5% of non-Slavic people in Russia to take over Russia and hold on to power for a considerable time. What’s more, today the US foreign policy is written and controlled by an even smaller proportion of the population, and that without even a ‘revolution’. Power does not necessarily come from the barrel of a gun. A few traitors would suffice, and in Sri Lanka, we have more than our fair share.

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          As far as facts as they are… lanken tamils are numberd to be 4 million… so how come you reduce it to 4% – which will not be even 0,8 Million. Get your facts right and… let s discuss the issue further. Lanken tamils make up 15-20%.

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            Not in Sri Lanka, and the majority live among others, whereas the Tamil majority area is ONLY the North. They would certainly be 100% if their fantasies ever came true.

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              So what you v been saying is not even 1 mio tamils are living in SL to this day ?
              At least 10% of lanken population are tamils according to Wikipedia news. please check it below thanks.

              Let me recorrect altest

              Distribution of Sri Lankan Tamils in Sri Lanka (2012)[1]
              Province Sri Lankan
              Tamils %
              Province % Sri Lankan
              Tamils
              Central 128,263 5.01% 5.65%
              Eastern 609,584 39.29% 26.84%
              Northern 987,692 93.29% 43.49%
              North Central 12,421 0.99% 0.55%
              North Western 66,286 2.80% 2.92%
              Sabaragamuwa 74,908 3.90% 3.30%
              Southern 25,901 1.05% 1.14%
              Uva 30,118 2.39% 1.33%
              Western 335,751 5.77% 14.78%
              Total 2,270,924 11.21% 100.00%

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      Jeyalilitha got so many votes for the same reason why Narendra Modi did. There was NO credible other to vote for. The previous Central government had wallowed in corruption, and the fact Karunanidhi’s daughter (an LTTE supporter to the end) was named in the telecom scam did not endear the dad to the masses.

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        Ram

        The Kaleinger family business does not give two hoots about anyone ouside their clan.

        Indian elections are won and lost on domestic issues not on LTTE or Sampanthan’s tiger tail.

        Most Southern states didn’t fall for the racist anti Muslim sentiment expressed by Modi Mustan gang. You ought to be celebrating the fact that Southern states are still not being driven by religious fanaticism, unlike the southern part of this island where Buddha’s teaching has been permanently buried under Sinhala/Buddhist parochial nationalism.

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    Tamils are losers in SL and India!

    And Malaysia!

    And Australia!

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    Tamils are[Edited out]!

    What a shame! Lost in SL. Lost in India. Lost in Malaysia. 3 largest Tamil colonies!

    Ayyo! Ayyo!

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    Sinhalayo better get toilet cleaning permits from Mahinda Jarapassa and run to Australia or England. Cos Jarapassa can’t pay salary for his sinhala modayo. His begging bowl isn’t big enough. Lol @ the Sinha-lames. What an absurd race the Sinhalayos. Its really funny when the Sinha-lame rubbish out others before looking at their-selves first.

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      [Edited out]

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        Maveeran = ela kolla

        Why are you both so obsessed with toilets. I suspect both of you have developed fetishes for toilets which I think is not a healthy one.

        Fetish

        Psychology:

        Any object or nongenital part of the body that causes a habitual erotic response or fixation.

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          [Edited out]

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    More than half the Tamils of Tamil Nadu use the roadside as toilets. Knowing the ugly seen, Modi has promised toilets to every Indian. So, Jaya should build them toilets first.

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      mechanic

      “More than half the Tamils of Tamil Nadu use the roadside as toilets.”

      Could you let us have details of your favourite roadside.

      Thanks.

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