30 November, 2020

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The Great Culture Of Tamils Oppressing & Killing Tamils

By H. L. D. Mahindapala

H. L. D. Mahindapala

H. L. D. Mahindapala

Chelvanayakam and Prabhakaran are two sides of the same Tamil coin : Chelvanayakam laid the ideological and the political foundations for the Vadukoddai war and Prabhakaran executed it. Chelvanayakam was acclaimed as the “father of the Tamils” (“Thanthai”) and the separatist movement and Prabhakaran became the first born son of the Vadukoddai Resolution that took to violence with fiendish glee. Chelvanayakam promised to give more security to the Tamils by passing the Vadukoddai Resolution which was committed to a military solution. Prabhakaran too was committed to give security to the Tamils by killing more Tamils than anyone else. Chelvanayakam was garlanded by Tamil assassins and even proudly accepted a pottu drawn from the blood of an assassin who placed it on his forehead. Prabhakaran did one better : he became the assassin of Tamil people, particularly Chelvanayakam’s lieutenants, including his deputy Appapillai Amirthalingam. Chelvanayakam participated in satyagraha sit-ins which distributed wooden pistols. Prabhakaran had no qualms about using live ones that killed fellow-Tamils. Chelvanayakam imitated Jinnah of Pakistan and Mujibir Rahman of Bangladesh. Prabhakaran imitated Ciint Eastwood, the celluloid fixer of Hollywood.

Both corralled the Tamil people and dragged them to Nandikadal, promising the elusive Eelam all the way. Both failed to achieve their common objective of establishing Eelam. Both promised to liberate their people from the Sinhala oppression but both ended up, helping each other in their separate ways, to establish the most oppressive fascist regime that imprisoned the Tamils under the jackboot of Prabhakaran. Both had the opportunities to sort out their problems non-violently if they negotiated / bargained with the vulnerable “Sinhala” governments like the Muslim and the Indian minority communities. But both opted for the military solution which ended in a futile war. The Tamils had no one to blame except their foolish leaders who did not know what they were doing. If they knew what they were doing how come they led their people to Nandikadal?

prabhaak gun colombotelegraphThe failed Vadukoddai War remains as the last stand of the violent theories and brutal leaders. It has disproved, once and for all, the claim that violence can achieve what democratic means fail to win. Besides, the future of organised violence seems dim in this post-9/11 era where international opinion militates against terrorist attacks on democratically elected states. Even before 9/11, history has taken the side of non-violent politics. Whether it was the LTTE in the north or the JVP in the south, violence was doomed from the start. The politics of violence, whether motivated by the lumpen Marxist theories of the JVP, or the anti-democratic racist theories of the north, failed to achieve their goals. The state, with all its tardiness and infirmities, succeeded in defeating violence aimed at deposing the democratically elected governments.

The record of the post-independent period establishes that more political goals have been achieved through the non-violent democratic processes than through chaotic and fascist violence. In particular, the failure of the organised violence unleashed by the Tamil leadership in the north confirms, beyond doubt, that the Tamil people deserve a leadership far better than those who competed with each other to be “the sole representatives” of the largest mass graves in the North. In the end, Chelvanayakam and Prabhakaran are bound to go down in history as the most successful undertakers in Sri Lankan politics. They were so successful as killers of their own people that they even managed to be a peg or two above the evil fascist of south, Rohana Wijeweera, the brutal killer of the Sinhala people. Tamil politics failed because they relied solely on intransigent violence in a country where violence was doomed to fail.

The Vadukoddai violence endorsed by the Tamil leadership, without any consideration for the consequences that would inevitably follow when the Tamils were thrown into the fires of hate politics, reveals the racist machinations of the cynical and manipulative leadership of Jaffna. They were as concerned about the morals of the violence they were unleashing as the prostitutes were about their virginity. The horror of the violence unleashed by the Chelva-Prabha duo – officially from May 14, 1976 in Vadukoddai to May 18, 2009 in Nandikadal – leads to the incontrovertible conclusion that both were two misguided missiles. The futility of their brutal violence seen in the post-Nandikadal period make them look like a couple of political idiots who continued in their bloody path knowing that it was not taking them anywhere. Their mindless violence that led to the deaths of tens of thousands does not elevate them to the status of being saviours of the Tamil people. Their failure to deliver the promised political political goal condemn them as evil and immoral political speculators gambling with the precious lives of the Tamils. They fought the longest running war in Asia to achieve nothing. The Tamils gave everything they had to Prabhakaran and his legacy to the Tamil people in the end were (1) his swimming pool and (2) acres of graveyards.

Drunk with the arrogance of imagined power they conceptualised the Eelamist goal and threw everything they had into it without realising that it was a risky gamble that could go either way. In the end it proved to be goal beyond their reach. Their intransigent arrogance was always far greater than their capacity to achieve their goal. Blinded by their inflated arrogance and hate politics they were determined to fight to the last hoping that either India or the West would come to their rescue. What is unforgiveable is that they were throwing the innocent Tamils into frontlines knowing that their days were numbered. A leadership that had no respect for the lives of their people dying in a shrinking and indefensible frontline deserves only utter contempt. There is no heroism or glory in throwing away the lives of other people in the face of impending defeat. It is the dry bones of the trapped Tamils who were forced to stand as the human shield to protect the Thalaivar and his swimming pool that remain today as the legacy of the great Tamil culture of Jaffna. When the Tamil Thalivar forcibly detains his helpless people at gun point to stand as a human shield to protect his back it reveals that he was not only a coward but a heartless exploiter of his people for his own self-centred gains. Tamil people were useful to him only in two main ways : 1. as a human shield to protect him and 2. as cat’s paw to be thrown to the frontline to pull his chestnuts out.

That was not all. In the dying days of the pseudo-state of Eelam, when their politics of hate ran out of new recruits to man the shrinking frontline, the great Tamil leadership came up with the brilliant strategy that not even Napoleon / Clint Eastwood could have imagined : pluck Tamil children forcibly from their weeping mothers’ protective arms and throw them into the frontline where they would face certain death. This was the peak point of Tamil culture. A culture that engaged in the forcible recruitment of its helpless children and remained silent while they were dying in a futile war must be either insane or barbaric. What is the quantum of morality left in a society that sends its children to fight the wars of their ageing and pot-bellied leaders? This subhuman culture of Jaffna was even blessed by the Church which gave a helping hand to forcibly abduct the Tamil children who were kept in their care by the panic-stricken parents. The high-profile moral agents of Jaffna, in the Churches, in politics, in the media, and academia, went along with the most obscene and oppressive regime that took the children away forcibly to fight a losing war. Today the pro-Prabhakaranistas are parading as high priests of morality in the corridors of the UNHRC and pointing an accusing finger at the government of Sri Lanka that put an end to senseless killing.

In hindsight, it is apparent that the Tamil culture was based primarily on hate politics. It was the fuel that kept the Tamil politics burning. First, the Tamil leadership hated each other, sometimes more than their bete noir the Sinhalese. Like all Tamil leaders they were obsessed with the idea of being “the sole representative of the Tamils.” G. G. Ponnambalam and Chelvanayakam hated each other and fought bitterly in public, hurling abusive names at each other (“liar’, “thief”” etc.,) and accusations of political betrayal. All Tamil leaders try to beat each other in the Tamil electorates by raising the bogey of the Sinhala man. After Ponnambalam went for “50 –50” it was politically logical for his rival, Chelvanayakam, to go for separatism, which was one step ahead of “50-50” to beat the rival. If Ponnambalam went for 50% why not go the whole hog and ask for 100%? It is primarily this competition for electoral votes that drove the peninsular politics from one extreme to the other.

Second, the upper caste hated the dalits and vice versa. Saivite Jaffna Vellahlas wielded all the power they had to keep the marginalised dalit victims of Saivite Hinduism suppressed. Third, when, in the post-Vadukoddai period, power slipped from the traditional Vellahlas into the hands of the new leadership headed by Prabhakaran he first turned his guns on his political fathers. He slaughtered the entire Tamil leadership because the ambition of being “the sole representative of the Tamils” is the main driving force of peninsular politics. The hate politics of Tamil rivals is as great as their hatred of the Sinhalese or any other outsider who is seen as a threat to be the “sole representative of the Tamils.”

Hate politics of the Tamils is encapsulated in the violence of Prabhakaran. He began his career by assassinating Alfred Duraiappah, one of the finest mild-mannered, reasonable, and peace-loving Tamil gentleman I’ve met. He also ended his career by killing the Tamils fleeing from his gulag into the arms of the Security Forces who gave them food, shelter and medicine. The oppression and killing of Tamils by the Tamil leadership has been the standard political culture of Jaffna. Jaffna was a glorious haven for the English-educated Saivite, Jaffna Vellahlas. It was hell for the non-Vellahla dalits who were not allowed even to step into the seventh outer court of their sacred temples to worship their common God/s.

By the 70s Tamil ideology had crystalized into pure hate politics. Those who were not with Chelvanayakam – Prabhakaran line of politics had to be eliminated. When Appapillai Amirthalingam, leader of the TULF, who was close to Prabhakaran, was questioned about the killing of Duraiappah his response was to say : “What else can you do with him?” (p. 44 —The Arrogance of Power, Myths, Decadence and Murder, University Teachers for Human Rights (Jaffna), Wasala Publication, July 2001). Commenting on this facet of Tamil politics Prof. Rajan Hoole wrote : “However, the hate campaign against those who disagreed with the nationalist claims (of the Tamils) and the very act of usurping the right to Duraippah’s life, set the direction of the Tamil politics on the course of tragedy. Grief over Duraippah’s death brought forth an outpouring of tears. Today there are no tears left.” (p.19 – Ibid).

Jaffna was dragged into a futile war by their own leaders that brought untold suffering particularly to the Tamil people. The decision to go to war until they achieve Eelam was taken solely by the Tamil leadership that met in Vadukoddai on May 14, 1976. It was the Tamil leadership that declared war, financed the war, directed the war, recruited forcibly even children to the war, internationalised the war that was eventually waged by the cruel and fascist leader who was the first born child of the Vadukoddai Resolution : Velupillai Prabhakaran. The decision to go for a military solution, without knowing which way it would go, was irresponsible, immoral and suicidal. In declaring war when negotiable options were available, however tardy it may have been, was a crime against peace. IN passing the Vadukoddai Resolution the arrogant and intransigent Tamil leadership was hoping to hold a gun to the head of the democratically elected government. But it backfired. The militarised Tamil youth recruited to fight the Vadukoddai War, turned their guns on the fathers of Vadukoddai Resolution first. The hypocritical and immoral Tamil leadership reaped the violence they sowed so arrogantly. The primary blame for the 33-year-old war that followed should go to the Tamil leadership that took to doomed politics of hate and violence.

If there is any trace of moral values left in Tamil politics in the post-Nandikadal phase then it is bounden duty of the Tamil leadership to abandon hate politics and lead the Tamil people down a non-confrontational path. The Vadukoddai violence came out of cynical, expedient and immoral values inherent in hate politics. A culture that respect humane values cannot subscribe to immoral politics that drag their people violently to another Nandikadal. The abject failure of Vadukoddai violence and militarism condemns the Tamil leadership as deranged lemmings going over the cliff to commit mass suicide.

Looking back of what is left of Vadukoddai violence it is clear that the Tamil leaders were a bunch of incurable mytho-maniacs defeated by the backlash of their own vicious fictions and hate politics. The way forward is not to go back to failed politics. The hero-worshipping of Velupillai Prabhakaran, the personality cult gathered around him, the rallying of Tamils behind his Tiger flag which has no civilised or redeeming symbols, and the expectations of some of the Tamils for his second coming are indicators of the iconic status he enjoys among some, if not most, of the Tamils, both abroad and at home, either covertly or overtly. There is no other figures that towers above him in the Tamil political landscape. Not even S. J. V. Chelvanayakam, the father of the separatist ideology, can hold a candle to him. Chelvanayakam is in fact irrelevant as a model that can inspire the generation led by C.V. Wigneswaran, the Chief Minister of NPC, and his hard-line extremists.

It is indeed tragic to see that in the brief history of Jaffna there is nothing left in the Tamil culture there is nothing left in the collective psyche of the Tamils to hero-worship other than Prabhakaran — the wild beast that came out of the womb of Jaffna. This questions the fundamental values of the Jaffna Tamil political and moral culture. If at the end of eight centuries of recorded history, starting from Jaffna’s first settlements in the 13th century, according to Prof. Sinappah Arasaratnam, the history of the Sri Lankan Tamils has climaxed in producing only Velupillai Prabhakaran – the biggest known persecutor and killer of Tamils, including its leaders, children and oldies – what does it say about the culture of Jaffna? When identical fascist leaders like Prabhakaran are rejected in other civilised cultures (examples : Germany (Hitler) and Cambodia (Pol Pot)) why are the Jaffnaites hanging on to his brutal and obscene flag? And why have the Jaffnaites failed to find a more humane alternative to the sub-human politics of Prabhakaran? Are Jaffnaites bereft of all human values to fall at the feet of the power-drunk, fascist Tamil leader who trampled them and kept them as slaves under his political jackboot? Or are they abject fools who are born to be sado-masochists ever willing to be kicked around by their leaders who treated their fellow-Tamils as dehumanised objects, fit only to fill empty graves?

Perhaps, a better way of comparing the Tamil fascist movement is with that of the JVP – the fascist movement of the so-called liberators of the south. They were not only wiped out also by “the Sinhala governments” but their failed politics, wrapped in brutal violence, have been erased from the political stage without leaving cult heroes. More than that, their leaders have apologised to the people for the crimes they committed against their own people. Nor is there a hero-worshipping cult thrown round Rohana Wijeweera to perpetuate or glorify his violence. And the left-overs have taken to democratic politics.

It would have been conducive for the intractable politics of reconciliation for leaders of the north and the south to offer their apologies to the Tamil and Sinhala people. As far as I know the Sinhala leaders have apologised to the Tamil people. But I am yet to hear the apologies of the Tamil leaders to the Sinhala people. It has only a symbolic value, something like two opponents shaking hands over the net after a tennis match. But Tamil arrogance would dare not go that far thinking that it would be an admission of guilt on their part. So let’s leave it out. What would be admirable and meaningful would be apologies from the Tamil leaders to their own people for misleading them and dragging them all the way to Nandikadal and committing crimes against their own people en route. If the Sinhala leaders could apologise to the Tamil people, quite rightly in the spirit of reconciliation, why is it difficult for the Tamil leaders to apologise to their own people?

No they will not. They will continue to blame everyone else –the British, the Indians, and, of course, the Sinhalese — without ever accepting that the Tamil leaders have been the perennial oppressors and assassins of Tamils. The killing of Tamils by Tamils began with Sankilli going down to Mannar on the Christmas eve of 1544 and massacring 600 Tamil Catholics for owing allegiance to the King of Portugal and ended (hopefully?) with Prabhakaran bombing and shooting the Tamils leaving him and rushing into the safe arms of the Security Forces of the vilified “Sinhala Government”. With all their faults and failures the Sinhala people have consistently risen to give a helping hand to the Tamils in times of crises, whether it is the tsunami or providing security to the Tamils hunted by Prabhakaran. There is always so much to be gained by helping each other. But how is it possible to get together when the Tamils are led by a Chief Minister, Wigneswaran, who begins by chanting Sanskrit prayers and ends by worshipping in English “Swamy” Premanada, a murderer and a rapist of young girls? (Explanation: His lachrymose appeals to Prime Minister Modi to save “Swamy” Premananda are in English).

What is the future of Tamils when the Tamils are led by worshippers of murderers, rapists and oppressors of Tamils, including Prabhakaran — Wigneswaran’s other “Surya Devan”?

To be continued

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    Current Germans are not Germans. The Barbarians wiped out the Germans. So if there is any connection to Germans and Aryans, it is wiped out.

    You the Moraji’s salesman thinking your marketing talk can change the history. That is why we want UNESCO to write our school books.

    Ravana never slept with Sita. That incestial behavior is only for the” Helaa” possessed lunatic Aryans. You got Mahabharata in the Aryans tone. Please correct after reading this.

    Ram was Dravidian King at the end of Indus Valley period. Like Alexander, we went out on a tour, south. Basically he won all kingdoms he came across. Eelam was a vast country connected to Tamil Nadu with a wide strip. He came and won Ravana, another Dravidian King. Unlike Ram, Ravana was very religious. Hinduisms treat his as the most, the highest outstanding Shiva devote. Nobody in Hindu religion stand near to him on Shiva devotion. Don’t tell him that kind of person as had sex with his own sister Sita. Vibhushan, who was handed down the Kingdom by Ram, to respect Ram, asked to marry his sister Sita. Ram agreed, just by infatuated by her appurtenance, not understanding the complexity involved in that process. Vibhushan lost his dominant brother, and he was ailing by the departure of his adorable sister. He had no real premonition the tragedy about to take place. For losing his beloved sister forever Vibhushan named Sita Eliya on her name so that he can feel her ever with him.

    Ram took her with him. That was foolish deed of the smart warrior. The rough and crude warrior had no feeling of the needs of the sophisticated Dame. The soft and tender girl, princess Sita, who never had seen outside other her palace, started her hard pilgrim with her new warrior husband to Ayodhya. There were no hoses known in India that time. The trip was hard walking going on years.

    Ayodhya was not being yet reached. The pregnant princess was in pain of laboring of delivery. There were no midwifes or even an experienced doctor in the team. Those entrusted her with them, after losing the princess, lied to King that they had saved the baby but mother died. But the baby they took out cutting mother was no breathing for long time. They stole another baby from nearby village, handed over it to king and fooled the king again. But some persistent industrious people, after some hard work, had brought breath to real baby prince. They again concocted stories and made the King to accept the real prince too.

    When Ram went to Ayodhya, he felt he was empty handed even though he had brought all victories with him. The magnificent princess who started to walk with him on the return journey is missing now. That appered to be an enormous vacuum he never can fill. He was feeling that he even less or weaker than other lower caste citizens; Even the dhobises at the pools side laughed at the King watching his careless behaviors. He felt he is helpless. His mountainous victories seem to nothing comparing the fact that he lost the most precious gem he ever got in his life. He refused to rule the kingdom and stepped down. His Bothers took trust of the Kingdom.

    Ram never did Aswamedha Yaga, because there were no horses that time and he never had a queen with him on the throne. Aswamedha Yaga cannot be done without horse or crown queen. Your Aryans ‘story is never existed like the Ramayana Valmiki concocted.
    Mahindapala knows better Ramayana than Valmiki and you. He has written a lot and lot of Ramayana earlier too.

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      Monkey Mallaiyuran is talking about Ravanan, seethai, Raman, Jihadis, ISIS and stuff.
      Kuranginpundayai nakkiranai intha Mallaiyuran.

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        “Kuranginpundayai nakkiranai “

        You are playing the game with the wrong person. You are trying to show that you can write something that is not even in the Mahavamsa.I had told, I can entertain you here until some somebody recognize your Amar Veethi ArabicLanguage and pick you up. I lived there and recognized you from your first sentence as soon as you started to write about Paris attack on Chandrikathasan’s easy. Hang around here.

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    The New Ramayana: What you have written is absolute rubbish and an insult to Ramayana. I don’t care about Ramayana but I care about you. You are a good Kallathoni. I cannot ignore the fact that you risked your life swimming across the Palk Strait to get to Lanka. I do not know how long that took but that shows how much you like Lanka. But the cost of that has been rather heavy. Salt water has ingressed in to your brain, short circuiting your brain neural connections. That is why you are writing such rubbish.

    I consulted our best neuro surgeon Pvt Sumanasiri of the SL Army. He is the one who carried out the brain surgery of your main God Prabha. Pvt Sumanasiri does his work using just a lowly mammoty, used by his father to collect cow dung. Just get in to a bus and come down to Colombo and we will do it for you free of charge. It only involves the opening of the brain with a swift and well-aimed mammoty blow, removing the salt water, filling up any gaps with cow dung and then nailing up the skull with tin tacs. He says it is just a 30-minute job.

    P.S.:Aswamedha Yaga:
    You say, “Ram never did Aswamedha Yaga, because there were no horses that time and he never had a queen with him on the throne”. That must have been a real problem with transport. But you could have used mules or donkeys no? There has never been a dearth of mules and donkeys among Tamils. Even some of your Gods use donkeys for transport. So why not Ram?

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    85 Comments? Seriously? Does this old mentally disabled man (who is suffering from mental issues as result of more hatred and frustration than his little mind can handle) deserve this much respect? I mean seriously? This comment is mainly for those commenters. Hey HLDM, Bad guys exist on both sides. Some Tamils (LTTE) murdered women in children in the South in cold blood and committed many other crimes. And some Sinhalese tortured and killed whole families on the streets of Colombo. But that doesn’t mean Tamil and Sinhala people as the whole are mentally ill. The Majority from either community wouldn’t even dream of committing such crimes. With the exception of a small number of people like yourself from both communities, people are mostly sane. They are just misinformed and misled by politicians from both sides and both communities suffered – and continue to suffer as a result. Your hate speech is not going to change anything. Apart from provoking similar hate speech from poor souls suffering from the same illness as yourself. As an old man with this kind of hate, you are probably spending your last days in misery. At least try to be human for a short while before you die you poor soul.

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    I wonder as to why many pseudo commentators go out of the topic and talk utter non-sense here.
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    Having said that let me see whether I could add my two cents here to HLD.
    As you said, Tamil culture is great and well matured. It had evolved to a level where it cannot go anymore up so quickly. Therefore the Tamil cultural evolution is very slow due to its maturity. Further the Malabar inhabitants who came from Kerala mostly and settled in the North and East, learnt Tamil due to their proximity to Tamil Nadu interaction. Their Tamil is called ‘learned Tamil’ (kattra thamil) and that is why our spoken Tamil is not slang as like in TamilNadu now. We use very less English words while speaking unlike the Tamilians in TamilNadu. This is the main difference between the Tamils of SL and India. As to the culture, Tamils of SL cannot achieve more be’cos as I said it had matured enough and no more space to go above. All what they could is to imitate, as you said, their counter parts in India.
    As to the violence of LTTE, Velu Praba etc. all I could say is that they are exceptions as you could see in any community, culture and country. Velu Praba is a criminal and as described by Swamy in ‘Tigers of Lanka’, a ‘grade 7 drop out cycle thief’ who manipulated the political issue in his favor and became a mafia. It was sad that the majority supported him as they also did not see an alternative. If not for the Tamil issue, VP would have become a big time smuggler between VVT and SL.
    Further SJV messed up the Tamil political arena by arising against GG Ponnampalam and formed a new party called Federal party. SJV was a good soul, good lawyer but totally lacked political sagacity. GGP was a genius but not all the Tamils. So politically Tamils failed and continue to fail now!
    Life in the north is not easy as you know. No rivers, no resources, no industries except for what GG provided nearly 80 years ago. But they are smart people. That is why to curb their education, your friends introduced standardisation in university entrance. Before that, SWRD introduced Language Bill of 1956 and so on.
    SO it was a tough journey for them. Is’nt it?

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    “There has never been a dearth of mules and donkeys among Tamils. Even some of your Gods use donkeys for transport. So why not Ram?”

    You again confused. You don’t know the difference between Mahavamsa and Ramayana.

    Mule in an immoral product. Dravidian don’t produce it. Its is the job of the Afghani Aryans. Riding mule or Donkey did not exit in Dravidian culture. Ram walked 4000 miles to reach Ravana and Launch the war. Donkey is not a horse. Afghani donkeys are not replacement for Arabian horses. You don’t know the difference between Mahavamsa and Ramayana.

    “You are a good Kallathoni.” Dravidians are not good or bad Kallaththonies. They walked down straight, when the lands were together. It is the Aryan, the deported Vijeya gang the bad Kallaththonies. You don’t know the difference between Mahavamsa and Ramayana. Only Mahavamsa talking about Kallaththonies arriving to Lanka. Ramayana is only talking about walking.

    “Pvt Sumanasiri does his work using just a lowly mammoty, used by his father to collect cow dung” Comedy Thamai. Malaysian Telemonian dog’s job cannot be done that very good by Afghani Aryan donkeys. Next time, When there is a need to concoct a story, leave it to Mahindhapala. Have you seen a Mammoty? It can cut in vertical direction. It cannot collect anything horizontally. Its’ long blade is not suitable for that.

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      Mallaiyuran

      Edwin Rodrigo is a mentally retarded peethal paring who doesn’t know any thing about Ramayana, Mahabartham , Tamil History and for that matter Mahavamsa.

      No point wasting time on him

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        Rajash, Look man, I don’t want to give you another bashing because the last one I gave you was too severe as my friends said. But then if you are asking for it I have to give it.

        So, go and stand in line until your turn comes.

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          OK, Rajash. Your turn now. What is your problem?

          By the way, thanks a lot for putting a sock on Mallai Urine’s mouth. The guy cannot write a single correct sentence in English. Deciphering his writing was wasting a lot of my time.

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          Edwin Rodrigo

          does your boss know that you escaped from the High Security ward of Angoda hospital?

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        I accept that!

        Thanks Rajash

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      New Ramayana

      Malleurine, “Ram walked 4000 miles to reach Ravana and Launch the war.”

      If Ram did that then you had at least one donkey more as a God in him too. (i.e.) In addition to the one who is being ridden by a monkey. In contrast, Great Ravana had the Dandumonara Yanthra. The oldest flying machine mentioned in a historical chronicle.

      If I was Ravana, Sita would have had her first baby by the time Rama reached Lanka.

      All Tamils are Kallathonis because they came to our country surreptitiously, swimming or walking, and after receiving our world famous hospitality, started shitting on the plate they ate from like your Prabha did every day – every meal.

      So now you have become an expert on the use of mammoties? Pvt Sumanasiri used a vertical cut on Prabha. The guy was lying down in a horizontal position.

      The problem that the SL Army and all others had with Prabha was that he was a perfect sphere, with a circular Radar Cross Section Signature. One could not say whether he was sprawling at your feet begging for mercy or standing up and walking straight (rolling is a better word) as the Kallathonis did.

      You say, “You don’t know the difference between Mahavamsa and Ramayana”. You are on the spot there. I don’t know the difference because I don’t know what Ramayana says. All my knowledge about it has come from what you have written up there. And I don’t like what I see. In my opinion, Pvt Sumanasiri’s Dad’s mammoty should be used to collect it and throw it far away where it cannot do any harm.

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        “And I don’t like what I see. In my opinion, Pvt Sumanasiri’s Dad’s mammoty should be used to collect it and throw it far away where it cannot do any “

        Sorry man. I really feel very sad to tell you this. First a question, are you also hiding somewhere behind Mahindapala Thero in Australia? Then there is a chance you might have seen the Australian whites removing horse dung with spade and throwing it.
        http://livingontheedge.typepad.com/.a/6a00e54edf5051883401157125a892970c-800wi

        Now you are telling me that is for cow dung. Sinhala Intellectual way of Comedy thamai. As you have never seen a Jaffna Mammoty please open one of the links and see the picture.

        http://tamil.thehindu.com/multimedia/dynamic/02305/__________2305097g.jpg
        https://othisaivu.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/screenshot-from-2015-10-18-163943.png?w=289&h=300

        Man you may know Ramayana but not Mahavamsa.

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        [All Tamils are Kallathonis because they came to our country surreptitiously, swimming or walking, and after receiving our world famous hospitality, started shitting on the plate they ate from like your Prabha did every day – every meal.]

        Ado, EDWIN RODRIGO

        Go back to your homeland Bengal. Tamils are not there. But you can find there (Bengal) tigers and not your ancestor lion. Sad to state the same.

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    Some or how you show an excellent ability to quickly to pick up Manahama’s and Manindhapala’s Wild life stories! “Great Ravana had the Dandumonara Yanthra. The oldest flying machine mentioned in a historical chronicle.” Where did you get that concocted flying lie? Afghani Moraji’s Arya somapana gives you an excellent ability to cling on a Hindu, Sanskrit Mahawamsa! Otherwise you would you have been clinging on to Mahindapala Thero’s Mahavamsa? “Dandumonara Yanthra”? Sounds like your Arabic speaking Ayatollahs taught to you it. That is why we badly need UNESCO, to straighten these lies

    “If I was Ravana, Sita would have had her first baby by the time Rama reached Lanka.” I see your inability to read. Once again please listen to this. Sita is a magnificent, elegant adorable Eelam princess. (This is how A.L. Bassam, India’s biggest modern historian, wrote about Dravidian beauties “Chiseled faces and statue like bodies,… you these day don’t meat real Dravidians on the street of any part of India. They all are mixed to some extent, but though you can see them with the unmixed, sophisticated Dravidian Language speaking crowds”). Sita is not Lah Lah’s rowdy, bestiality woman to go near to wild animals. She was safe in every way not to get tangled. You are just trying to boast in stories to be Lankawe’s army that is rated as the 22 Nations use the rape as weapon. Even the Lanakwe’s rapist army so far did not give you a chance. That is too sad my dear poor lad!

    “I don’t know what Ramayana says. ” I did not say that you did not know Ramayana. But now I see have a version of that have been taught to you by Kandy Ayatollahs. I said “You don’t know the difference between Mahavamsa and Ramayana”, because you don’t know Mahavamsa. You still believe it was written by Mahindapala Thero. Bald headed Mahindapala Thero when the hot son of Australia strike direct on the head, wrote every rubbish for the consumption of supercilious people like you, he has made you to believe he is the one wrote the Mahavamsa and Ramayana. That is why! Believe me; Mahindapala Thero did not fly to Australia on Pushpaka Vimanam when he got scared to Premadasa. He flew there by the bankrupt Air Lanka, run by corrupted, Somapana headed, Sinhala Intellectuals.

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      Sita
      Mallaiyuran, you say, “Sita is a magnificent, elegant adorable Eelam princess”. I don’t doubt it. Your description that follows does not give any idea about Sita’s Su Su. But I am sure that my ex-housemaid Silvestra would have died with envy if she had seen them.

      As far as I am concerned, the only negative feature of Sita must have been her Thala Thel smell, about which again, there is no mention in your description. If not for that I could have made her pregnant twice over by the time Rama made his journey up to Palk Strait and then swum over to Lanka.

      “You are just trying to boast in stories to be Lankawe’s army that is rated as the 22 Nations use the rape as weapon”. We don’t call it rape. It is assault with a very friendly weapon.

      Pushpaka Vimanam? Yeah, Pushpaka is something I would have enjoyed doing with your beautiful Sita if not for Thala Thel. So you see man, Thala Thel is almost always the Kiljoy for Tamil women.

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    Tamil Movies – The gift that Tamil Nadu gave to the World

    How good a modern culture is, can be judged by what are considered as the best artistic movies the film industry of that culture produces. There are movie of Satyajit Ray, Bimal Roy, Shantharam of North India, Bharathan, Adoor Gopalakrishnan of Kerala, Lester James Pieris, Jayantha Chandrasiri of Sri Lanka (apologies for only mentioning a few from each culture).

    Can one of you cultured Tamils tell me the names of the Tamil movie Directors who make top artistic movies in Tamil Nadu? As far as I know, they only make formula movies in TN. With all those monkey dances, unbelievable fights and so on. This has been the case right from the beginning.

    Back in 1968, I remember seeing a movie called Chandrodyan with M G Ramachandran in the major role and Nambiar in the role of the villain. It was so boring and stupid. In the middle of the film MGR starts giving a long winded speech to his followers and it was going on and on for about half an hour. So I thought, I will go to the toilet for the major job and sit around in the lobby for some time and comeback. I did that and came back in another 20 minutes and Wallah, what did I find? The guy was still giving the speech!

    What a joke! However the best joke is that Tamil movies always have a joker. A silly guy who behaves as an ass and produces a lot of laughter from the stupid audience who are donkeys. I don’t know why they go to this unnecessary expenditure of having a joker. In my opinion all the actors are jokers.

    It was to see this kind of movie that Kallathonis of Jaffna were swimming back and forth across the Palk Strait in droves those days. What kind of artistic mentality do these Tamil Nadu movies, songs and ideas generate in the Tamil minds? By encouraging such movements across the Palk Strait, HDM is doing a great deal of disservice to the Tamils.

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      Sadly nobody understanding what are trying to tell Tamil Movies. Further I see no reason why fell into artistic movies. The Indian movie making originated Calcutta and Chennai. Still the Indian trend maker is Chennai, though Mumbai much larger. Not just you, all Sinhalese has been watching Tamil when it was only Tamils controlled Ceyon Movie making and distributing. Only Tamil studios in Wattala and other area were making Sinhala movies. Only Tamil directed Sinhala Movies. Sinhala Industry never produced a Sakunthala. The theaters in the entire island were owned by Tamils. After the 1983 only that business was plucked out of Tamils’ Hand. Thiyahara Pakavathar’s movies I saw in Sinhala Theaters when they were played for Sinhala audianns.

      There was no and will not a Sivaji in classical acting. Many other Language actors and actresses ended as only Tamil stars because its ability in trend creation. Recently when Rajani and Manmohan Singh went to Japan, you might have heard about the Rajanis reception compared Manmohan Singh.

      Vasan to Visvanathan, have created a special trend to artistic movies. Karunanidhi’s Poom Pukar, Kanadasan Mathurai Veeran … Viswanathan’s Paattum Parathamum……..Suntharamapal sang only for these songs. D.K Pattamaal to Supuluxmi sang only highly classical scenes. They both acted only for that of seen. “Auwayar” is a mountainous production. Listen to these well frog

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPKtm5zLgbo

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O53XboOV-Dc

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        Thank you, Mallaiyuran. I will try what you said. I am quite serious in clarifying this matter.

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          You do whatever you want, but after that plead an excuse if you are honest, not a crook Sinhalese Intellectual.

          Satyajit Ray is an internationally famed one. He is a man like the ones appear in the world once in a while in history. You just heard of Satyajit Ray and are comparing your crowd with him. That is really as silly behavior. Tamils’ movie industry is leading. But Bengalis’ fame is an established one. It is not because of Satyajit Ray. From Tagore, Sarath Chandra, Mrinal Chen, Burman,…They all are worth to receive Nobel Prize of literature for their creations. But remember, none of them are Afghani Aryan Moraji’s SinhaLE brand salesmen. They all are Dravidian. India won 7 Nobel Prizes, Four for Tamils, Two Bengali, and Only one Non Dravidian. Tamils are not competing with Bengali’s on art. But Bengalis are about three times the number of Tamils. They are not competing with Tamil on science. (Still they are same race.)

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      Edwin

      all your posting is a reflection of you that you cannot stand the success of the Tamils.
      Your postings are an external manifestation of your internal frustration.

      Please keep your ignorant boss entertained, you need him to keep your job.

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        ER’s Mission

        My Life’s Mission is to get rid of Tamils from my company, that I achieved recently. Next from the Group. The 66 will go in batches. Tomorrow a batch of 16 are leaving UAE. It is expected that all will be gone by April.

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          Ha Ha! You are sillier than the ‘Comedian’ guy in Tamil movies :-)

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    @EDWIN RODRIGO From your comments it is quite clear what kind of “artistic mentality” you have. Sounds like you are HLDM using another name to write comments. But if you are not HLDM then sorry about that. It is easy to make a mistake as you both seems to be suffering from the same sort of mental issues. Another toilet break might give you some relief.

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      Good suggestion. Toilet breaks always come handy in such situations. Imagine what might have happened if I did not take that toilet break.

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        MRG movies belong to a past generation. By the way if you are seriously interested in learning about Tamil films and Tamil Directors with the so called “Artistic Mentality” start by Googling “Balu Mahendra “ A Director ( of Sri Lankan origin ) who has won six national awards (Yes Competing with Hindi and Malayalam movies as well)
        Check out his last movie ‘Thalaimuraigal’ (Generations) if you are interested.
        Another well known Tamil Director is ‘Mani Ratnam’. If you are a Hindi Movie fan you may already have watched some of his movies as he directs Hindi Movies as well. Check out ‘Dilse’ (‘Uyire’ in Tamil) Starring Sharuk khan or the more recent ‘Guru’ Starring Abishek Bachan. Also check out “Anjali” a moving story about a disabled child.

        There a a huge array of extremely Talented young directors with so many great movies which are simply too many to mention. I will mention a couple of notable films I can remember “naduvula konjam pakkatha kaanom” (A few pages in the middle are missing) “Saththam Podathe” (A Thriller)

        I can give you a much bigger list if you are interested. By the way just like Sinhlala films include both “Bavadhukka” kind as well as the “Bajar Eka Chandiya” kind, you get all sorts of different kinds of movies appealing to different audience. This is common in any film industry.

        Whether you like it or not, as a people Tamils are not so different from Sinhalese. The culture , the thought patterns and even the “Artistic mentality” you talk about are quite similar. Even the “Hate mentality” you have exhibited in your comments is found among some Tamils as well. But if you can overcome that and develop some “Human Mentality” you might be able to see the world in a different light. If you do that you would really be glad. Why don’t you give it a try? Both Tamil movies and “Human Mentality” :-)

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    The Death of an A Grade Coward

    Hora Rohan, Jara Rajash, Mallaiurine,
    Where are you guys hiding? My assistant reported that some jackals were seen hurrying away with their tails stuck firmly between their hind legs. I am sure they are not you because you belong to a courageous race that fought a force superior to you in intellect, resources, numerical strength and offensive weapons and even in friendly weapons for 30 years.

    And then of course you lost it totally. Your leader was treated in a way that was horrifying. Not even leaders such as Mussolini and Libya’s Gadhafi were killed so unceremoniously. But they never begged and kissed their executioners’ feet like Prabha did. We too as Sinhalese are worried about Prabha’s lack of courage. You know why? We went to town with this victory, show casing it as the biggest victory against terrorism in recent times. And they were all getting jealous about it. Even USA was.

    On seeing all that you know what others would say? “Oh yeah, this is the guy who was fighting your army? What a sad case! So you think it was a big achievement to have finally vanquished him? We don’t think so!”

    It is true. Che’ Gueverra died like a fighter. Bin Laden was fighting to the end. They never begged for mercy. Even Wijeweera died like a hero.

    Next time at least get someone with a little bit of guts. Ok?

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    Whatever it may be, why are all your heroes in real life (like Prabha) and in moves (like Sivaji Ganeshan and MGR) all have big round bellies and circular RCSS?

    Is it the Dosai- Masala Vadai that you eat?

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      Listen, when you loot saiva kadaies you say “Dosai vadai appida eppa”; but you are only one longs for saiva kadai Dosai vadai. We always make those at home. Eating all just after looting then you go like the farmer who killed the golden goose. That is what you call Weerawansa Dosai vadai fasting.

      Leave that alone. Know some English please too. When you say Masala Movie it is only adjective. But in the cooking, it is noun. Further, you know only to eat vadai or Dosai. But you do not know how to call it. It is not Dosai Masala, Vadai Masala. It is Dosai Batter, Vadai Batter. For God’s sake come to know something in the world please. Don’t be such a bid drag for entire community. Please note there again, in the circumstances the Dosai and Vadai are only adjectives. You do not eat adjective Dosai-vadai, because they are batter only, not cooked. One eat only noun Dosai-Vadai. Please… Please …please, never write again “Is it the Dosai- Masala Vadai that you eat?”. It does not make any sense at all!

      And further, some people wrongly call Dosai- Masala Vadai. But it is Masala Dosai and Vadai. Anyway that is only Tamil, I know you don’t know Tamil, so it is not a big deal.

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        Racial Songs

        In the university, we used to sing racially insulting songs about Tamils and Muslims.

        Song-1: Sunderalingam

        Thosai Kade Masala Vade – Kapu gaman ariya —-(the moment Sunderalingam started eating Masala Wade in the Saivar Restaurant, he strated emitting gases)
        Adi da Sunderalingam//

        Sunderalingamaya
        Maha Loku Pandithaya (Big Pundit)
        Ex Oxford joker from Vavuniya

        Kollo Avilla (The boys come)
        Kabaraya Something Something…(The Iguana …)
        Nalavai Athe Thiya (Take the Iguana in to their hands and try to soothen it)
        Kabaraya Satyagraha (But the Iguana is doing a Satyagraha)
        ……

        Nice song. But I have no idea in the world how the Iguana got in there. But I am sure it is was there.

        Song-2: The Racial Professor
        I remember all the words in this one perfectly. So let’s go boys…

        Tum de tum … No that’s not it
        Dum de Dum dum. Yeah that is it. Let’s go…

        Dum de Dum dum… Dum de Dum dum
        Something Something…
        Something Something…
        Something Something…
        Sihalayage Parama Hathura Mailvaganam..

        Something Something…
        Something Something…
        Something Something…
        Sihalayage Parama Hathura Mailvaganam..

        It goes like that. Nice song for Baila dancing.

        This was all good natured. Even the Jaffna Tamils and Muslims joined in the singing.

        Oh sorry, Malle Urine, what were you saying about Wade?

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          I remember that missing line now:

          Kollo Avilla
          Kabaraya Balala
          Nalavai Athe Thiya
          Kabaraya Satyagraha

          I also remember how the Iguana got in to it but let us leave that for now.

          Another Song – Dosai Masal Vadai

          I think you are going to like this because it is all about the Dosai Kade we looted.

          Pom Pom de Pom – Pom Pom de Pom

          Thosai Masala Vadai – Thosai Masala Vadai
          Shambola tikka tikka – Shambarda tikka tikka
          Thosai Masala Vadai – Thosai Masala Vadai

          Strange how Tikka has now become an Arabic food. Those days we could have a good meal of Thosai Masala Vadai for just 25 cents.

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          Edwin Rodrigo, we used to sing another song at ‘Varsity’ It went like this:-

          “Ananda Bhavan Ringa, Ringa Thosai Kelinava.
          Gedera Avith Yapane Demalunta Baninanava.
          Thosaiiii, Maasaala Vadaiiiii”!!!

          Can you remember it?

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    Sixty comments by one person>/b>

    Do you know that there are 60 (sixty) comments by one commentator in this thread, whereas the total number of comments is 106? This means that more than half of the comments are from one person.

    Generally, these comments are longer than the article itself and contains repetitive questions and other repetitive things.

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      “Pandi pala kuddi paudum, aanai onruthaan eenum”

      That is a saying in Tamil. (The pig drops many piglets. But the elephant gives birth to only to one). The sad part is, before mother pig have her pain eliminated, the piglets will have seen the dinner plates of human beings.

      http://assets.inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2014/09/Roast-Piglet-537×358.jpg

      Then mother goes through the pain again. The elephant protects its one with its heard and make sure it will be a future member of the heard.

      If you think you can explain at least one single thing, take a vow to face the ICC.

      I give you a better deal; not just you alone, take your guru, Mahidhapala Thero too for your help. Show the SinhalE, instead of Afghani Aryan Moraji’s somapana. Take this challenge! Come on man!

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      Mistake: That applies to another article.

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    Koheda Yanne Malle Pol

    Malle Urine, you say: “If you think you can explain at least one single thing, take a vow to face the ICC”. OK I will explain not just one but several.

    1) “The pig drops many piglets.”. The pig certainly did that. Oh yeah, now I know why the pig’s belly was so big. The man was full of piglets.

    2) “The piglets will have seen the dinner plates of human beings”.
    They ended up in the dinner plates of the SL Army and they just ate them up. A few like you escaped.

    3) Pirisiye paharan shat on the plate that he ate from. Earlier I was blaming Pirisiye paharan for his lack of gratitude. Now I know better. He was just trying to ensure the survival of his offspring by leaving food on the plate for them to eat. It was also a classic case of pig shit recycling.

    Really man, try to improve your English. It is in a pretty lousy state. I will give you a sentence to correct. Pigs of a feather flock together. I have herd that it is due to their heard mentality

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    Pigs are smarter than dogs

    Pigs are smarter than dogs, and both are smarter than the Canadian Government. (Elayne Boosler)

    After seeing the ease with which the Pigs managed to hoodwink Canada with their genocide stories, I certainly agree. If not for the smell the Canadians would have taken them in as domestic pets.

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    ” Pigs of a feather flock together”

    Is that you are asking to leave you and your guru Mahindapala Thero alone? Your Wish!

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    Sinhalayas are Elus

    One of my Tamil friends told me, don’t call us Demala (la in either soft or hard mode) because it is insulting. I wonder how much that is true. He wanted ‘Thamil’ to be used. So we used to call him Demala.

    Sihalayas are known as Helayas, and going more basic, as Elu. Sinhalese language is thus called Elu Basa in Elu Basa. Elu stands for goat in everyday language. And Basa is Bus. But Elu Basa does not mean Goat Bus.

    You will recall that there is a book written long ago known as the Elu Attanagalu Vansaya.

    So the fight between the Tamils and Sinhalese may be called the Elu – Demala war.

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    Poorty,
    This is what your erstwhile friend K.A Sumanasekera wrote about your journalism sometime ago. Sadly you have not changed an iota. When are you going to hang up your boots – for our sake ?

    “Mr Poorten. You are the epitome of Dr Dayan’s intelligentsia whom he reckons should be the rightful custodians of our inhabitants. Your English mother tongue ( could it be Dutch or Portugese ), education intelligence, and elite background, you should be firing kick ass articles, like Dayan to drill some sense into your fellow intelligentsia, to find ways and means to win the vote of our poor inhabitant majority. Instead you are trying to set booby traps, and electrify fences to keep out the poor souls in the village who try to pinch a few smelly Durians to make their missus happy. And then join these Diaspora sympathisers and Prabkaran worshippers to hurl abuse at Sinhala Buddhist inhabitants who only want to earn a few crumbs and look after their kiddies. Even your Christian Faction Leader Rnil mate now says his Uncle’s Constitution is all rat shit. He wants to bury the 13 A all together and start new. Would that be a winning hand?. At least it will upset the LTTE proxy TNA and get it’s Leader off Ranil’s back, And that alone is a positive and probable plus for the long suffering Intelligentsia.”

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    One Commentator has observed that one person had 60 odd comments.!!!
    Two thinks I observed…I wonder what you would interpret it as

    1) 99% of Tamil contributors are NOT in SL while a majority of Sinhalese writers are within SL.

    2) HLDM and many commentators act as if theirs is the official opinion of each faction. But remember as one Raja has said in the comments. The Majority of Sinhalese and the majority of Tamil ARE NOT AT EACH OTHER’S THROATS….
    Reading through the comments make me sick…..

    Note to HLDM
    The politics of identity had started well before SJV. In fact it was seeded by the British when they created the State Assemblies….and then wanted “representations” for each ethnic communities…At that time had we had the voice tell them no identity politics in SL you can bugger off…SL would have been an island of paradise. Not Australia!
    During the times of Kingdoms people were unaware of the so called ethnic concept….they didn’t even mind if their King was a Tamil or Sinhalese!

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