1 October, 2020

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United In Grief

By M. A. Sumanthiran –

M A Sumanthiran

‘I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent’.

Grief is the inevitable consequence of violence. The tragic and inexcusable events of Weliweriya have left its residents with unimaginable grief.

Akila Dinesh Jayawardena was a 17 year-old student of Chandrajothi Vidhyalaya, Yakkala. He was killed by a soldier’s bullet as he inched through protestors searching for his mother. As his body lay at the mortuary of the Gampaha hospital on the evening of August 1, two others, Ravishan Perera and Nilantha Pushpakumara, fought for their lives. But they too did not survive. Ravishan was 19 years old at the time of his death. Nilantha was 29. Close to 50 others were treated for injuries. Some were critical.

In December 2011, during the Parliamentary debate on the Defence Ministry budget, I warned the nation that the ills of militarisation in the North would eventually spill over into the South. Now that the post-war fog has been lifted, the people—perhaps for the first time—see the monster they are left with. Even those persons who, as ambassadors and in similar capacities defended the government’s brutal prosecution of the war in the North with scant disregard to civilian safety, are now getting on the band wagon questioning the role of the military in this instance. These are the people who even parrotted the government’s blatant falsehood that there were only 70,000 people in the war zone, when in fact the government figures themselves would have shown that there were people in excess of 400,000!

The villagers of Weliweriya had a serious grievance. They protested against the government’s failure to address contamination of their ground water reserves caused by toxic waste from a nearby glove factory. The government and courts refused to close the factory. Left powerless, thousands of people from ten affected villages took to the streets. What happened next shocked and bewildered the South. The North watched with weary empathy.

The Army arrived, dressed in flack jackets and helmets, with T-56 assault rifles by their side. Armored Personnel Carriers were deployed. Soldiers used clubs and riffle butts in an indiscriminate assault on the people of Weliweriya. Even women and children were not spared. To think the Army could have done this to their people was unthinkable to the residents of Weliweriya. A villager from Weliweriya told the media that they held regular Bodhi Poojas to bless the soldiers during the war. Now, those very soldiers have turned on their supporters. From learned men to simple villagers, events in Weliweriya have caused the sanitised narrative of this regime in respect of the military’s conduct during the war to be called into question. I began with the Mahatma‘s words because I anticipate that those who unquestioningly supported the militarisation project will now detect the permanent cost of such support.

Weliweriya was only the latest of a string of horrifying incidents involving the Armed Forces and the Police. In May 2011, Roshen Shanaka was shot dead by the Police at the young age of 21. His crime was to have dared to protest against the government’s mandatory pension scheme for private sector employees. In August 2011, the people in Navanthurai, Jaffna protested over a serious grievance, which directly involved the military. At the time, the fear of ‘grease devils’ bedeviled the country. Five such ‘grease devils’ were seen fleeing into an Army camp, only to exit the camp in military garb and in an Army jeep. The next day, 100 Tamil men were dragged from their homes by armed soldiers, brutally assaulted and ‘arrested’. In February 2012, Warnasuriya Anthony Fernando, a 35-year-old fisherman and father of two, was shot dead by the Special Task Force while protesting against a fuel price hike. In July 2012, several Tamil political prisoners were severely beaten by the Special Task Force following a hostage taking incident. Amongst them, Ganesan Nimalaruban died of his injuries. Another prisoner, Mariyadas Delrukshan, was left in a coma and eventually succumbed to his injuries. In November 2012, a peaceful protest organised by the students of the Jaffna University was brutally suppressed by the Army. Many of the protestors were later hospitalised due to injuries sustained in the attack. Also in November, the Army was deployed to quell a riot at the Welikada prison, where they shot and killed 27 prisoners. Some of the prisoners were killed ‘execution style’ after the riot was quelled. These incidents mark the truly indiscriminate effects of militarisation and impunity in this country. How many more of these incidents would it take before the peoples of this country unite in their commitment to end tyranny?

Lincoln once said, ‘you can fool some of the people all the time and all of the people some of the time but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.’ The people are not fools. They realise that militarisation and impunity must come to an end. Voices in the South are already speaking of the ills of militarisation. They are also speaking of credible and independent investigations into the Weliweriya incident. Some even have the audacity to call for international investigations.

Throughout the post-war period, my party and I have called for the disengagement of the military and a return to civilian administration. I have repeatedly criticised the monthly Presidential Proclamation that calls out the Armed Forces to maintain law and order. Immediately following the end of the war, we called for accountability for international crimes committed by the Armed Forces and the LTTE. We called for an international investigation because the government was unwilling to impartially investigate these crimes. Our call is on account of the immense suffering and injustice endured by the victims we represent. It is also on account of the fact that the lack of accountability breeds impunity. The cost of impunity—though disproportionately borne by the Tamil people—is a cost all peoples of this country will have to bear. Last week, the families of Weliweriya paid a cost they should never have had to pay.

Weliweriya bears testament to the fact that militarisation condemns all of society to endure grief. It is also a harsh reminder that an unaccountable government will be unaccountable to everyone, including to its own supporters. Just as we are united in our grief, we must be united in our struggle against tyranny. A military confined to the barracks is a decisive victory for all Sri Lankans, as it will signal a return to normality and civilian life. A robust policy of prosecution, truth telling and reparation for the crimes committed in the past will be a decisive victory for all Sri Lankans, as it will ensure that acts of impunity will not be tolerated, regardless of the victims’ identities. This is the measure of genuine unity. For if we are all connected, we will be united in grief, and when justice comes, united in victory.

*The author, M. A. Sumanthiran (B.Sc, LL.M) is a Member of Parliament through the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), a senior practicing lawyer, prominent Constitutional and Public Law expert and civil rights advocate

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    Simple and straight forward but will the people understand, even after this do the people realize what kind of trouble they are in with an over sized military armed to the teeth tresspassing on all civilian form of life with impunity.

    A country is defined as a police state not when the police has taken over the country but when politicians have taken over the police and in this case the three forces and the judiciary too.

    I read somewhere Basil apologized so will the people go back to cook “Kiribath” or standup for freedom and justice for all.

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    Simple and straight forward but will the people understand, even after this do the people realize what kind of trouble they are in with an over sized military armed to the teeth tresspassing on all civilian form of life with impunity.

    A country is defined as a police state not when the police has taken over the country but when politicians have taken over the police and in this case the three forces and the judiciary too.

    I read somewhere Basil apologized so will the people go back to cook “Kiribath” or standup for freedom and justice for all.

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      Burt

      Did Sumanthiran pay his last respect to those who died, console victims family or did he join the funeral procession in solidarity with those people?

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        First I am not a great believer in politicians showing-up at weddings and funerals when they dont know the person or family and specially if they are not from that area.

        There were some key politicians that showed-up but what good did it do to the dead person or their family. They showed up for the first victim when there was a blast of media what about the second and third. They were just grandstanding.

        Parliament is the place to hold the ruling party accountable and address the concern of the people, Ranil, Sumanthiran and others did just that that is whats expected.

        Southern politicians have made the southern voter ignorent by screeming from stages and using thugs on the street.

        I think and hope the N/E politicians do not follow this and use the parliament and the legal system to the maximum. I know both of these instutions are not perfect but thats the best we got.

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        Sumanthiran is not a vote hunter in funerals. He is a very brave politician who advocates human rights. Why don’t you go and console the families and get any thing that is left over.

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    Violence has an ugly face and the scars are permanent. Grief can be overcome only through mutual respect while violence can be beaten with peaceful response.

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    You say, you oppose violence. But are you not a member of a party (TNA) that acted as a proxy to a terrorist group that is well known to have trained and blasted 384 human bombs to maim and kill tens of thousands of civilians to include the Indian prime minister Rajive Gandhi. Not just that at many a times you have justified and backed the terrorist’s acts as well. Needless to say, neither your party nor yourself have withdrawn or repent your predecessors’ call for Tamil youth to arm themselves and not to lay it until Elam is won.

    In the circumstances, I have been wondering the genuineness and the concern for life of the likes of you when you people write to shed tears for the fallen victims of Walivariya like riots.

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      You know only to parrot the same old and stale argument about the TNA and the LTTE. FYI, Mr Sumanthiran was not part of the TNA or the LTTE before the war ended.If you don’t know the facts better keep your mouth shut and not show your ignorance to the world.

      Just read what the man says and appreciate what he says because what he says is what he warned about. You still don’t seem to understand that the evil Rajapaksas are intent on suppressing any opposition to their rule regardless of who by – Sinhala, tamil or muslim.

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        Very true….

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      Are a member of the war criminals child molesters rapists and kidnappers.

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    Well, yawn! I will puke the next time I hear “militarisation” ! Post Gulf-war massive demobilisation of Iraqi armed forces had a disastrous effect that still reverberates. The unemployed soldiers begin to join gangs that blow up IEDs against each other.

    Proper demobilisation of an army is a gradual process that takes years. This guy either has no clue of statecraft or bidding for Tamil nazi elements while getting paid by the SL tax payer.

    The strength of the forces in Jaffna that used to be around 24,000 is down to just 13,000. The extent of land held by the armed forces is down to just 6183 acres from 13,680 – almost to half. The level of forces is probably consistant in deployment with the rest of the island.
    Source – http://defence.lk/new.asp?fname=Jaffna_rises_from_the_ashes_20130730_05

    WTF is this guy going on about ‘grease devils’ now? What is his policy wrt education, health and other livelihood issues facing Jaffna? There are daily clashes between Jaffna and Tamil Nadu fisherman. How is he planning to solve this problem? There are 80,000 war widows. Where is the solution for this?

    Lets see the manifesto outlining plan for next 6 years before aimlessly whining about ‘militarisation’!

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      absolutely . The issue with crime would have been unbearable if the army was disbanded soon after the war . most military historians agree with this idea . It is great use that they are using the military for peace time services . It also trains there men in other vocations .

      But either way a sizable military is a necessity given the number of insurrections the country has faced . out boosom friends in the Diaspora and the Tamil politicians cannot be trusted worth a dime and nor can the JVP and the thugs from the left .

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      your liberal use of “wtf” points, as it should, to the immense confusion you are in when it comes to both issues confronting the country in general, and the topic of sumanthiran’s piece.

      You’ve attempted to compare Iraq to Sri Lanka when in fact they’re two different situations. You also seem to be completely unaware of the number of deserters from the forces in recent years being rumored to be parts of various criminal gangs here in your own country. You’ve stated numbers which no one believes except staunch supporters of this regime- there is no tangible, impartial proof whatsoever to back up claims of either demobilization of the tri-forces throughout the country, or of a pull-out from the NE: all there is are figures pulled out of some bureaucrat’s rear, which, much like the casualty figures of civilians during May ’09, no one except blind nationalists or retards believe.

      As to the problems faced by the citizenry of the north, that is to be determined by the NP elections to be held next month- even someone as blind as you must admit that with a military governor ruling the province with the military and MoD on his side, there is little the TNA can do concretely for the province. And the TN issue can’t be settled by the TNA! The TNA still has no control over the NP, and since people like you are so against proper devolution of powers to the provinces, even if the TNA win next month, they cant negotiate with TN- that needs to be done by the two governments of India and SL.

      Finally, every year we have more killings and assaults by the army. Talking about the lives lost and the impact it has on the country and its society isn’t “aimless”. Maybe for you, who’re sitting in your armchair, but not for the people who must bear the brunt.

      In short: keep your ill-informed nationalist anti-minority hypocrisy to such fora like BBS rallies and Sinhala Raavaya/Raavanaa Balakaaya facebook pages. Your kind is not welcome here on either CT or in Sri Lanka.

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        Hello there KP,

        Its known as an “Election Manifesto” its how one gives an undertaking to solve problems people face before taking over. People then look at the manifesto and vote whether it can be achieved by those presenting the case. If TNA deems they have no power to do things, outline what those powers in manifesto and trace it to the task that power is used.

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        And the TN issue can’t be settled by the TNA!
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        I am not sure whether they have even tried though. Can you remember a single instance where anyone from TNA has even publicly urged TN do back off? How can someone that incompetent and unresourceful even attempt to solve bigger problems?

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    M.A. Sumanthiran: This piece shows what a national leader you are. People tell me you can never be president of Sri Lanka, but ALL Sri Lankans would have a good uplifting life if you were. You are a great man and I hope your fellow citizens see it. Thank you for this and for being there! I hope you deliver a strong message at Parliament soon…

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      I concur. Every time Hon. Sumanthiran makes a statement in parliament that old bugger ASSWAR takes most of the time interrupting. There must be an end to this crap!

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        Aswar has to do what he was told to by his bosses. He is paid for that job.

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    Sumanthiran is good enough to be the Sri Lankan President.
    So far we haven’t had anyone anywhere near him.

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      I am with you and Wyatt 100% on that.
      Sumanthiran is a rare breed. His leadership skills and his
      speeches are amazing. Its sad that SL does not have a leader
      in the calibre of Mr. Sumanthiran.
      My vote for you Sir.

      Mr. Sumanthiran+RW+Dr.Wickramabahu+Anura Dissanayake could make a formidable team for sure if they could join as a common force to oust this ill fated regime lead by a notorious gangster.

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      I agree.

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      hear hear.

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    Dear Hon. Sumanthiran,
    I urge you to read my article on the subject posted here on CT. I profoundly share your views. I too call on the people who so unashamedly justified and legitimized a military solution and covered up for the crimes of the Regime in international diplomatic forums, since Weliweriya is a continuation and an intensification of the very same State terrorist agenda aimed at usurping and monopolizing hegemonic state power in the hands of the Rajapakse trinty and dynasty. But, the unity of the ruling regime is cracking under the heat of the contradictions it has brought forth. Thanks also for recording and recalling historical memory of a litany and legacy of crimes against the People, against Nature and Humanity, committed under a Regime of open and barefaced impunity. The need of the hour is to build the trust and solidarity of the oppressed Sinhala, Tamil and Moslem masses in the common struggle for democracy and freedom. The looming battle around the 13A is a center stage in building the people’s democratic movement.

    Best wishes,
    Surendra

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    It is good that Mr Sumanthiran bridged the racial divide to condemn this incident. We are yet to hear any words from Hakeem and other Muslim MP’s.

    Unless we can put aside racial and religous differences and unite against tyranny and injustice we will never be able to achieve a just, moral and ethical society. There are no holy cows who can commit no mistake and do no injustice. If some elements of the forces overstep their limits, they have to be dealt with under the law irrespective of whether the victims are Sinhalese, Tamil, Muslim.

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    timely, excellent presentation.

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    Kotala Kotala Kottoruwa Kehel Gahata Ketuwa! What will happen next? Brutal army has to be sent back to the barracks.

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    Weliveriya was a tragedy foreseen. But the bigger tragedy was nobody was able to prevent it. We are supposedly a democratic republic but we are in reality a one-party state; and the one party is buttressed by shysters, sycophants and time servers. The opposition, if you can call it that, is led by a permanent leader who does anything but lead; an established loser of elections, he is ineffectual except when it comes to stifling talent and standing in the way of the young and capable. The few who get up in parliament to speak out are shouted down by thugs in suits eager to please the Medamulana king. Impunity rules; law and order and justice are dispensed at the whims of the brothers. When things go wrong, others are to blame and hoary old chestnuts are trotted out as to why the government could do nothing. When the Tamils suffered, the rest were happy to chorus ‘they had it coming to them’ now the reality of our pedestal heroes has come home to roost. The old formula of close the doors, make sure there are no witnesses, has failed this time. Too near home. Try as he did, the smooth brigadier only made an ass of himself as he twisted and turned through one excuse after another earning his place in the Keheliya Kehemalla Somnabulic Hall of Fame. This time the people didn’t need thermal imaging or satellite evidence; the proof was there before them; on the streets and in a local churchyard. Mr Sumanthiran, you have laid out the patient and explained the disease, but what is the cure? Our peoples are shackled to a system where the constitution ensures that whoever wins the Buddhist vote forms the government. The rest, the ‘other’ 25%, however capable, however competent, however loyal are always under suspicion. The elephant in the room these days wears yellow and breathes fire. How to plot a future for this fragrant island that we are privileged to share? Who will lead us to the pot of gold that we see arch over our island paradise every day, these days? God save Sri Lanka.

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    The MR regime needs the military to maintain its hold on power – over all sri lankan citizens.The army is also necessary to quell dissent against the disastrous policy of allowing industry at the expense of the environment.
    This peacetime army is maintained with the largest slice of the anuual budget which has increased yearly – at the expense of health care,education and social welfare allocations.This idle army enjoys a life of leisure while enjoying food,clothing & shelter at peoples’ expense while it enforces a reign of terror on them – all salaries of army personnel are monthly savings,unlike salaries of public servants who are struggling to live on theirs.Polce too are pampered similarly.
    The idle army also enjoys perks of free travel,surreptitious sex and income from the monthly food and other contracts which are never audited – most armymen have built houses down south,while the poorest of the poor brave the evil employers of the middle east to build a hovel on return – this rarely happens,as they do not receive what was promised by job agents on recruitmant.
    The regime also needs the army to protect the lives and properties of state politicians,in case of anticipated insurrections – which are nipped in the bud by army action which is often brutal.
    As Sumanthiran says,the south is now forced to endure the travails of nothern & eastern citizens visited on them,by the “army of occupation”,after the war ended.
    The army is plundering lands used for living and livelihoods of nothern and eastern citizens,and ‘enforcing’ buddhism by erecting buddha statues and temples in places where there are hardly and buddhists and/or peoples.
    This regime,enforced by State Terrorism hopes to survive indefinitely.
    It has strengthened itself with constitutional amendments passed by the captive two-thirds majority in parliament,and has thus established a military dictatership.
    Only now,the southern polity and citizenry are waking up to this reality.But many of them dare not “let go” the monster they have created,for fear of repercussions.
    The end result will be disastrous for us and our future generations – the writing is ‘on the wall’.

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    Mr. Sumanthiran:

    How did you talk during the LTTE time ?

    Anyway, TNA is the LTTE – proxy and represented LTTE.

    Now, you says you against violence. How about the public disobedience and sabotage by special interest groups ?

    Come on man, you need to be honest if you want to be a true leader, not this kind of BS.

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      Jimbo,
      Lets examine an example.
      If as you “say” TNA was the mouth piece/proxy of the Terrorist LTTE (forgetting the extenuating circumstances prevailing at the time during the Prabakarans authority rule).
      Would you say if MAS joined the Rajapakse cabal (like KP,Karuna, Douglas, Pillaiyan who have more blood in their hands in killing innocent sri lankan civilians and purchased commodity), would the cabal and you in particular be happy that MAS is taking a democratic path and and not tarnished with the same brush?

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        CHANDRA THE tAMIL:

        Tell me, which Tamil politician was the Honest Tamil.

        I accept that most Sinhala Politicians are dishonest lawyers.

        Sumanthiran is a LAWYER AND A POLITICIAN combination.

        What guarantee you have that, Mr. Sumanthiran, he will be HONEST. After all, in every way, he is Human, He can forget easily his tamilness, Remember my words.

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          Jim Softly, When we talk of honesty, let us ask the question- are you honest?

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      I disagree. During the war, Sumanthiran was getting his experience and training for this moment in the present. His moment to shine was not during the war. His moment to shine is in the present. It is now. People have a purpose here in this life. Sumanthiran’s purpose is to save Sri Lanka in the post-war. Indeed, the LTTE were not good. One good reasonably argue that the Tamils were pushed by the govt. into supporting a Marxist thug like Prabhakaran. Now, they finally have been defeated and the issue is winning the peace and preserving democracy. That is why Sumanthiran has taken the stage. The Tamils did tear the country apart during the war. Ironically, it is going to be a Tamil who is going to ensure that Sri Lanka does not lose its democracy in the post-war. The world works in mysterious ways, but the Tamils are going to make good with this great man who is going to be the unifier of the entire nation. Life under Sumanthiran would be far better for all in Sri Lanka and the country will heal, be united and will have a great future if this man gets in a position of power. You can see it every time he writes and speaks. This piece speaks of what all Sri Lankans are united by. Sumanthiran quotes people like Lincoln and he is in that league. Someday, people will be quoting Sumanthiran.

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      says the man who first admitted he was fully for the BBS-driven assault on muslims and now blames all the violence on the church.

      Tell me, jimmy boy, do you wear clothes when you talk of this hypocrisy?

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      “Fools rush in where angles fear to tread”

      First Sumanthiran joined TNA later as a politician. But one has to understand LTTE was a creation of the actions of the Sinhalese for decades. Even the govt waashed its hands off the civilians and left them at the mercy of the LTTE. MR might want everyone to believe that it dealt with LTTE but it was the IC that dealt with LTTE beliving what the govt said in that it will bring a just solution. This is why IC is pissed.

      [How about the public disobedience and sabotage by special interest groups ?]
      That is passive resistance and accepted form of protest. So whats your problem with that?

      [Come on man, you need to be honest]
      He is honest, no one can say he lives a life different from what he preaches. There would be many who knew him even during troubled times. No one can say he treated anyone differrent because of race or religion. That is what he is preaching, unity, harmony and fair justice for all.

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        Still haunted by LTTE. wait till Lankastan is born

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      Jim Nutty
      Your nuts need to be kicked

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    Sumanthiran is a peace time talk shop.
    None can emulate him for being silent at a critical juncture and speakout when chips are down.

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      I disagree, Sumanthiran has enough skills and talent to enrich himself mightily. Instead he is giving himself to save Sri Lanka and prevent it from becoming a Banana Republican run by a clan of thugs. This is a beautiful piece which really has a powerful message of unity behind it. You are looking at true greatness here. A nation in such danger was given this great man for THIS particular time. The challenges in Sri Lanka are important. It is at risk of losing its democracy. And, here is the man who has the skills to save it. And he will if you give him the chance…

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    They think they have fooled Tamils and trying to fool Muslims! Latest is Grandpass! One dead several injured Mosque and several houses have been attacked! Now curfew ! More incidents to be followed!
    Every action has reactions! The reaction would be the lesson MR will get in his next time!

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      Iqbal, you are right. So far the Muslims have been decent and classy in their response to these bad things. I would note that Sumanthiran has came out strongly against the attacks on the Muslims and that is why they are also behind him. It really shows his ability to be a unifier.

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      ‘Every action has reactions! The reaction would be the lesson MR will get in his next time!’

      This is what the monks and the state are expeecting too. So they can justify their actions otherwise I see no reason why they should pick a holy day in Islam to act-up.

      Hope Muslims don’t fall into the trap.

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      Iqthias Iqbal:

      There is aggression between christians and Muslims. then muslims are also trying to get rid of some muslims sects. Buddhists are the enemy of every religion which believes OF aAN almighty. So, I don’t think anything happens in Sri Lanka without the foreign influence.

      The next thing is you muslims kill muslims too. Because that is how the QURAN WAS WRITTEN BY WHO EVER WROTE IT. YOU ONLY FOLLOW IT.

      IT IS NOT YOUR PROPHET MOHAMMAD’S WORK. IT IS THE WORK OF HIS FOLLOWERS BY WHOM LIVED AFTER MUHAMMAD.

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    I hope Sumanthiran tells the government at Parliament that he once said “We can’t allow you to send the judiciary to hell, but today, I am here to tell you that we will not permit you to send the country to hell.”

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      As you always say Muslims in far east are peace lovers. What is happening here is the present government is trying its best to pull us into the street and label us Terrorists! Well, let’s see who win the race!

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        Iqbal, it is hard to have a bad perspective on Islam knowing that you are an adherent to it. I think we can all agree that Sri Lanka needs help and whether it comes from Allah, Buddha and God little matters. I hope all three bless Sumanthiran in his goal to unify the nation. I hope this man succeeds.

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    Is this the speech Mr Sumanathiran made to the strong LTTE Diaspora in Toronto before the hat collection, for the Vellala CM?.

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      hey dumbo sumansekera (leela) there is no need to go for a hat collection like you buddhist buddies do every Veask and Poson from house to house and the very fact that you keep mentioning Vigneswaran shows the insecurity in you dumb man!

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      You too can make a boot collection for the war criminals murderers and kidnappers. Do it before it is too late. Dont wait until they will come for you too

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      hey leela shall we organise a hat collection for you too before your ill gotten wealth from Lee Potter scheme runs out
      kiyapang man kiyapang

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