16 November, 2018

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‘Wanda Pethi’ My Foot!    

By Mass L. Usuf

Mass Usuf

How many of the Sinhalese people can be fooled?  I have to deliberately mention Sinhalese because the fictional ‘victims’ are the Sinhalese people. ‘Victims’ of what? The ‘victims’ of ‘wanda pethi’. Victimised by whom? By the Muslims who are targeting the Sinhalese by mixing ‘Wanda Pethi’ (tablets to make a woman barren) in the food that they eat. The alleged objective is to reduce the Sinhala population while increasing the Muslim population so that Sharia law can be introduced in Sri Lanka.

Foolishness sometimes comes out of innocence and that can be understood. However, foolishness arising from gullibility conditioned by prejudice is unpardonable. Especially, when such tomfoolery paradoxically, are from the educated lot.

New Discovery

Eureka! It seems that the Muslim Hotels and Muslim Garment outlets in Sri Lanka have discovered what the advanced medical scientists of the developed world has not; That is, a tablet by which a woman can be made barren. Many Sinhalese people including many monks have fallen hook, line and sinker to these absurd lies. In Ampara, on 27th February, a Muslim hotel was attacked by a Sinhalese mob over the allegation that they were mixing these tablets with food served to the Sinhalese customers. The customers in this instance were men and the food served obviously would have been consumed by them. One wonders how could the women become barren through this. Sounds illogical and unscientific.

Reportedly at least five people were wounded and several shops and a mosque damaged. A video clip where the cashier admits that he had mixed the tablets has gone viral. The fact is that the video recording had been done under coercion and the cashier who is not fluent in his Sinhala does not even know what ‘wanda pethi’ is. In a later recorded clip the Cashier explained what had happened. He said that he had nodded his head in admission that the hotel used to mix chick peas flour to thicken the gravy. It was after he was told by his friends at the Police Station that the issue is about mixing some tablets in food which causes infertility that he realised what all this was about.

Law And Order

The serious lapse in the enforcement of the law, interference by corrupt politicians in matters of the Police and the general lack of self-confidence in the Police force is portending disaster to this country. It is alleged that the distance between the Police Station and the Hotel that was attacked is less than one kilometre. Strangely, it had taken a longer time for the Police to arrive at the scene of crime. The attack party was mobilised without delay indicating that this was organised and pre-planned. Altogether, giving credence to the theory that there was collusion. Something that needs to be investigated. Also, the Police needs to be instructed with regard to efficiency in response time, making it mandatory.

The mission statement of the Sri Lanka Police reads:

“Sri Lanka Police is committed and confident to uphold and enforce the law of the land, to preserve the public order, prevent crime and Terrorism with prejudice to none – equity to all.”

In contrast to this idealistic Mission statement, in real life today, we find a driver abandoning his vehicle and running away from an accident site fearing for his life. We find organised racist mobs storming into a hotel and perpetrating a litany of crimes. In a properly functioning democratic state any breach of the law will be duly reported to the Police by the person affected. The Police on its part will protect, investigate and enforce the law. No citizen is expected to take the law into his hand in normal circumstances. Well, if this is how as we know civilised society functions, what then has happened to this country?  Can we call ourselves as civilised people?  Are the democratic institutions functioning as they ought to? Where is the Rule of Law? Why is the Police hesitant to arrest or file action against the monks who commit crimes? Where does one find in practise the idealistic Mission statement of the Police – with prejudice to none – equity to all. Is it reasonable to deduce that these are the serious indicators of institutionalised racism? Have the people developed an anarchic mentality engendered by the circumstances? Where is the constitutional guarantee of and, the fundamental right of equality and equal status before the law? Why is there discrimination when it comes to enforcing the law in situations where the Sinhalese are involved with the Tamils or Muslims or the Christians? 

The Constitution of Sri Lankan guarantees to its citizens, thus:

12. (1) All persons are equal before the law and are entitled to the equal protection of the law.

(2) No citizen shall be discriminated against on the grounds of race, religion, language, caste, sex, political opinion, place of birth or any one of such grounds.

The demise of greats like the late Venerable Sobitha Thero and Bellanwila Wimalarathana Thero who were strong supporters of the Rule of Law is a tragedy for the nation.

Mr. Prime Minister 

It was not too long before that you received the appointment as the Minister for Law and Order. The Muslim community is waiting in anticipation to see what action you will be taking on what transpired in Ampara at the Hotel. Absolutely unfounded and scientifically fallacious accusations levelled against the hotelier. Clearly, several crimes had been committed like assault, damage to property, criminal trespass, unlawful assembly, hate speech etc.

The Muslim community is looking for justice. Justice that is manifested in its true sense that is equitable justice to all sides. If there is evidence that the hotelier has mixed the so called ‘wanda pethi’ prosecute him to the maximum. In the same way arrest all those who were directly responsible for causing this mayhem on that day. Also, arrest all those who were accomplices and those who aided and abetted in the violence that took place in Ampara. Let the IGP instruct the CID to identify the persons who misuse social media to spread false news and to take stern action against them.

Mr. Prime Minister both you, as the Minister for Law and Order and the IGP need to focus investigation on the following premise. If these criminals acted as they had done because the hotelier had mixed these tablets in their food, why did they attack and cause damage to the mosque?  What could have been the possible correlation between the two? They are mutually exclusive entities. The mosque is a revered place of worship of the Muslims. The Constitution in Article 14 (1) (e) states:

“Every citizen is entitled to –  the freedom, either by himself or in association with others, and either in public or in private, to manifest his religion or belief in worship, observance, practice and teaching;”

Special Favours

How can anyone vandalise and desecrate a place of religious worship and remain free from the arm of the law? Will you enforce the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) law on these unsocial elements? The above is a more stringent piece of substantive law compared to the concomitant relevant Sections in the Penal Code. In many circumstances before there had been reluctance to indict under the ICCPR. Such unwillingness is interpreted by these racist elements as leniency shown towards them. How and when will the Rule of Law be upheld in this country. The eclectic application of the law is a violation of fundamental rights of the citizen as articulated in 12 (1) of the Constitution. 

The ICCPR states:

3. (1) No person shall propagate war or advocate national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence.

(2) Every person who—

(a) attempts to commit;

(b) aids or abets in the commission of; or

(c) threatens to commit,

an offence referred to in subsection (1), shall be guilty of an

offence under this Act.

The Muslims are not asking for any special favours from you as the Prime Minister nor as the Minister for Law and Order nor any favours from the Inspector General of Police. Both of you belong to the Executive arm of this country. What the Muslims are asking for is very simple and clear.  Please establish the RULE OF LAW in this country. This country cannot afford to continue in this path of growing anarchy and chauvinistic hegemony. This has to stop.

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  • 9
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    This ‘Wanda Pethi’ is a lie. But most of these Muslim outlets deserve running their businesses in fear. Look at the food quality vs price or quantity vs price against a non-Muslim outlet in the same category, they are not just reasonable. For example, whenever there is a rupee increase in flour/kg, these are the people who increase over 20 rupees on a food that is made of, maybe 50 grams of flour.

    A very poor man in SL has an option to have his lunch in a Sinhalese or Tamil outlets, but Muslim outlets are not an option for him for the same quality or even less. Pure profit making selfish mindset who know how to cheat others putting some unreal Arabic names to the food and sell at unreasonable prices – This is why they are punished this way

    • 8
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      What a stupid comment. Who will buy from them if their prices are higher? Customers go to the seller only when the price and quality are acceptable or at least comparable with their competitors. I will continue to patronise Rahimas and Buharis as they are good value.

      • 5
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        “Rahimas and Buharis as they are good value.” says everything.

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  • 5
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    utter rubbish of an article

    • 3
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      Too much for your peanut brain eh… go back to school ma man!

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    As a medical practitioner practicing in a developed overseas country, I would like to add my two cents worth on the medical aspects of this issue. I do not wish to go in to the politics or social aspects of the charge or the violence. But it is necessary to point out that the absence of a scientific link between male sterility and chemical exposure is not as clear-cut as cynical politicians like the so-called ‘DR’ Rajitha Senaratna who is only a dentist has been declaring. It has been well known in medical science for at least half a century that male exposure to chemicals known as ‘short‐chain glycol- ethers’ (solvents used as an ingredient in cleaning compounds, liquid soaps, and cosmetics) has permanent negative effects on semen quality, testicular functions and male fertility. In addition the role of environmental chemicals in the decline in sperm production and quality (by disrupting normal endocrine function) has been observed all over the world. So chemicals have been linked with poor semen quality, low sperm count, low ejaculate volume, high number of abnormal sperm cells and low number of motile sperms as well as testicular cancer, undescended testes, small penis size, prostate diseases and other abnormalities of male reproductive system. This relationship has been confirmed from laboratory animal studies. Though much more research is needed to confirm the actual extent and mechanisms of these effects, it does not prevent ignorant people possibly trying to achieve such results by adding chemicals to food or other consumable products to achieve political objectives. It is natural that finding some tablets in the food being consumed (as it happened in Ampara), people panicked and took action. Attempts to make this reaction part of a systematic program to harass the Muslim population is more sinister than the level of violence that resulted.

    • 7
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      Dr Nalaka Iddawela,

      Thank you for the info and clarification. Since we obviously have a section of citizens with these disabilities due to possible reasons you mentioned, may I suggest to have more accessible sperm-banks (Or, to hype) so the citizens with the ability can help the unable ones?

      In the long run, it will have a positive effect on our grave issue of racism as the heritable genetics will reduce racial differences.

      • 1
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        There is an easy solution for this problem of allegation of mixing chemicals in food supplied by Muslims to Sinhalese, by applying law equally to both ethnicities. If Muslims can demand that the food supplied by Sinhalese to Muslims must be halal, and have a board to test it and certify it as halal, then Sinhalese have every right to demand that the food supplied by Muslims to Sinhalese must be chemical free, and have a board to test it and certify that it is free of any chemical. This board should contain Buddhist priests and leading Sinhala civil society members of the locality as Sinhala politicians and government officials can be easily bribed by cunning Muslims. This board can be self financing by levying fees from Muslim food stall owners for the test and certification. Muslims cannot object for paying as Sinhalese are paying to halal board to get food certified as halal. Without this certificate no Muslim food stall should be allowed to trade food stuff. If this is done no Sinhalese will voice concern about any activity of Muslims in food handling.

        • 4
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          Al-faqurlah,

          I thought you started commenting in CT for improving your English language. Now that you look better, why don’t you stay away from some serious stuff leaving the matured ones to deal with?

      • 1
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        Dear Isharath,

        You do have a point there about the need to reduce racial differences, but I don’t think that you have taken account of one important factor. That is, that one of the most powerful drives in a living being is what what has been identified by Prof. Richard Dawkins as the desire of the selfish gene to perpetuate its existence.

        So, if an individual knows that all the next generation comes from other genes than his (in all cases like this, where I use the male pronoun, please substitute “his/ her” – the paucity of English in this instance is to blame), instead of caring for the young, he may actually try to sabotage the entire programme. That will operate at a subconscious level.

        Please don’t respond to this comment with an ad-hominem attach on Dawkins – or on me! I’m only trying to think clearly and logically. I know little Biology or the details of how each species looks after its young, but I think that certain species will exhibit this tendency very clearly.

        What I’ve said here, implies that Hitler and all other racists have got it right about how evolution has to progress by the survival of only the fittest – which you also are saying. But it is unacceptable for a host of reasons, including the ethical. And racists over-simplify in various ways.

        The fittest are not the strongest. Man dominates today owing to intelligence and cunning. Also he tends to be sentimental. So, dogs thrive, elephants become extinct. Lions and tigers are not the fittest, cockroaches are.

        Dr Iddawela’s was a positive contribution, but others have picked out parts for distortion. I hope that doesn’t happen to what I’ve said.

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      Dr. Iddawela

      “It is natural that finding some tablets in the food being consumed (as it happened in Ampara).”

      I have not seen any mention of finding tablets in the food anywhere in the news relating to this incident. How is it that the learned Doctor living in a far away developed country discover that such a factual evidence is available. Surely if that were the case, the Police only needs to establish what these tablets are, to establish the truth.

      • 1
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        Most of Dr Iddawela’s comment is sound, but he’s been careless with this; he should have checked this out.

        This looks ever more a serious problem. We were not so alarmed when the article appeared. To me this indicates that this was
        carefully thought out.

    • 0
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      “It is natural that finding some tablets in the food being consumed people panicked and took action”. Are you implying that people taking law onto their hand is a natural reaction to this kind of situation? Pray tell me, do you observe this kind of reaction in the developing country where you live? Is it how you would react? You may have medical knowledge, but it is obvious you have very limited knowledge of politics. The way extremist politics survive is by telling people they are being attacked. They do it by casting suspicion on other races or religious groups. These people have their agendas. They are not just innocent blokes who freaked out becuase they saw something in thier food. Their behaviour was in no way ‘natural’ for the situation.

    • 0
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      Dr. Iddawela doesn’t alcohol reduce libido? The bars should be gutted as the wives of the drunkards would find partners outside marriage to satisfy themselves thereby spreading aids and other sexual disease to their multiple partners

  • 7
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    It’s actually ‘idiot tablets’ that people should be worried about, not Wanda pethi. These idiot tablets have gone from the temple to the social media now.

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  • 6
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    Dear Mass Usuf,

    Before one can start countering nonsense, one must understand what the nonsense talked about is.

    Eureka!

    I’ve discovered what “wanda pethi” means, at last. The problem I faced may be said to be one consisting, roughly, of translation, pronunciation, and transliteration.

    “Pethi” I understood well enough – “Tablets”.

    But “wanda”? Ah, “vanda” or “wanda” – Sinhalese for becoming extinct. So a banana (or “plantain”) clump can be struck by a disease referred to as “vanda venava” – that is finally dying off without being able to reproduce shoots which will grow in to new trees. Something like that.

    And, of course it is nonsense to say that one can cause human barrenness by introducing something into food. Yes, reading your first paragraph made it clear to me. Up to now, my low level of intelligence had made me wonder what on earth was being talked about.

    So, thanks for enlightening me, Mas Usuf. It may be that other readers are still puzzled about this. Obviously the villains who’ve gone round saying these things knew what they were doing. Just as “Wele Sudha” (who I’m sure never touched drugs himself) knew the harm he was doing to others. Some High Court has acquitted him in one case, for what may have been on perfectly valid legal grounds. It shows just how difficult it is to apply laws, while giving an accused the right to defend himself. In that case, however, it is good to know that the guy is still on death row owing to some other conviction.

    Mas Usuf, and other decent Muslims, I appreciate what a difficult job it is decapitating the Hydra of Superstition. But may I suggest something?

    Please, either meaningfully modify, or scrap altogether, the horrible Muslim Marriage and Divorce Act (i.e. MMDA). Some Muslims may not understand that our objection there is mainly to age of marriage. Scrap MMDA, and Sinhalese chauvinists will no longer be as effective in stirring fears of being swamped by Muslims breeding like rabbits.

    • 6
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      Sinhala_Man,

      I guess, for the Sinhala chauvinists to overcome the phobia, best and the civilized option would be to go for a right therapy, or the state sponsor something of that sort, if the Govt is not capable of bringing law and order to address few of its citizen going getting unruly due to this inborn issue, rather than asking others to give it to the demands of these few foolish lot, which is a very uncivilized approach. (of course MMDA needs to be amended for better reasons, and not for satisfying few unproductive idiotic lot)

      Then among Muslims also there are chauvinists who will have different demands, how are you going to handle it and make them happy??

      To be honest, as a tax paying Sri Lankan, I would be more careful about how the breeding is going to make a negative impact on the Govt’s ability to spend my tax money on the country’s development and welfare of the people, and not just used to pay the wages and perks of ever increasing ineffectual world’s largest pointless state sector to grow a vote bank for political advantages.

      • 3
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        Thanks, Fathima.


        It is only now, in the evening, that I found the time to listen to the Rupavahini video clip. I hope all readers will listen to it. If you understand Sinhalese then you will find that the first half of my comment was quite unnecessary. When we hear the words pronounced in Sinhalese, all ambiguities regarding meaning disappear. Also, thanks to all speakers in the Rupavahini clip for talking sense.


        I’ve made many comments on MMDA. I just can’t tackle Muslim chauvinists (mostly men). They are just not amenable to reason. Fathima, most of your ilk are so weak, I despair of your being able to accomplish this difficult task. Sorry; but the task is essentially yours. The more we Sinhalese comment on this subject, the more stubborn the Muslim MCPs get! By the way, I put MCP in deliberately!

        https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/MCP

        Got to be provocative occasionally!


        Seriously, though, I know that we Sinhala people have to bring the Sinhala chauvinists under control.

        As a first step, the government must spend money on writing a credible History of the People of Sri Lanka to replace the Mahawansa myth. That money will be well spent. It is bound to reduce communal violence – in the long term, of course.

        Education is a sound long term investment.

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          Hello Sinhala_Man,

          MMDA and Muslim chauvinists issues has got nothing to do with this incident. Few drunkards coming into a Muslim restaurant, and forcing a innocent cashier to admit his hotel mixes sterilization in the food they sell. That is it, they started a communal violence there. – So, talk about this please.

          MCP is “A male person who thinks women are merely objects to be used for pleasure, aesthetic value or labour”

          Here, you’re living in a glass house, and trying to throw stones at others. While I do agree some of Muslim have this issue, it’s fair that you too should tick where it applies among Sinhalese men looking the definition above :-)

          Just visit www dot the hub dot com. Go into SL section and see how Sinhala husbands use their wives as pleasure dolls sharing among his friends, sharing her among too many people in parties, posting her naked image for other guys to comment etc..etc. – Are you going to wash your hand off saying it is freedom? Are there 2 different standards in your culture, 1 for online and other for off-line?

          Check in your matrimony sites for example, see what you/your parent look in a woman, job, assets & looks. You look for a beautiful cash cow that can support financially, give you pleasure being a sex object when and where needed.

          No hypocrisy please.

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            Sorry, Fathima,

            I have no more time to spend on this.

            Haven’t I clearly stated that the GOVERNMENT has to take serious note of this incident, and do something fairly drastic?

            What can I, as an individual, do? True, to be born woman is to know that you will be abused all the time, wherever you are. Of coursed I don’t approve that, and would like it to change.

            Yes, I’ve gone off the point a bit, but that broadening of the topic, to which you, too, have contributed intelligently, could pay dividends. I can’t really see myself contributing any more to this debate. But please act on this yourself.

            I tried http://www.the hub.com, but my computer refused to take me to where the first link wanted to go.

            I’m a villager; I don’t have your sophistication, but I would like to see us all living together peacefully.

            • 0
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              Sinhala_Man,

              No offense please, respect to you.

              Thanks

              • 0
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                Many thanks, Fathima.

                Re-reading TODAY all that we have said above makes me ashamed of my insensitivity.

                The situation looks pretty grim today. I was not taken by surprise by the 1983 violence. The portents were clear. My experiences I have recounted in quite long comments here:

                https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/university-of-peradeniya-may-1983-when-majesty-stoops-to-folly/

                Clear to me by mid-1982, with the “Mosquito Book”. I could elaborate on that, but that also feels like insulting you, when you may be living in some fear. I can do little, except engage a few Sinhalese whom I happened to meet today. The politico-inspired stories have been swallowed hook, line, and sinker, by many.

                Let us hope and pray that this doesn’t escalate. I’m posting this hoping that the government will take note. I don’t think that I’m going to post comments on articles that sound more urgent. It may be that I have to survive this madness, and do what I can when this madness subsides.


                The 300 word limit has to be respected. Let me tell you about the madness that I have observed in a second comment. I have observed no incidents, but what the average man-in-the -street thinks and says is ominous.

      • 1
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        Dear Yahapalana Leaders, and especially Ranil Wickremasinghe who has taken on the Law and Order Ministry,

        You have taken so long, and done nothing. We certainly don’t want Kangaroo Courts, but surely, the thugs in these videos can be identified. This shows how the trouble started:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QviDZ0jIpFQ

        This is even clearer:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHStHZrbDU0

        These are my own, my Sinhalese, people. No. I’m not suggesting that ALL of them should be severely dealt with. Many of them may be genuinely fearful having believed the melodramatic stories put about, but the blame here clearly lies with our Sinhalese people.

        Muslims, must, of course, be Sri Lankans first. The speaker here is right; this is NOT Saudi Arabia:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uye-BkZsm4o

        There seem to be many other videos. I have no time to see them all. I have seen enough. This is not my (“our” – i.e. average citizens) problem to solve. The government MUST act.

        After all, nobody FORCED these politicians to contest elections. WE can hardly act. The Police, judiciary, Attorney-General’s Department etc must act. And act with speed! They are all paid to do so.

      • 0
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        Exactly Fathima,

        In short and no offense to anyone, the fact is if Sinhalese breed like rabbits, they increase country’s liabilities, burdens. In layman’s look, Govt has to give more jobs, and spend on all its associated costs, import more trains, increase public transport, be prepared to meet the demands as and when protested with work strikes etc, etc – All this without any PRODUCTIVITY and not making an iota of difference to the betterment of the country.

        ‘Muslims breeding’ does not affect the bottom line that bad, as the government is not liable to all said above. And it is good for a country’s economy when its citizens do not depend on government, while add a fair amount of efforts to increase business establishments with its connected benefits. Only negative side is, it increases Islamo-phobia among few foolish ones

    • 0
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      I’m confused.
      1. Although I’m in favour of scrapping off the MMDA Act, I can’t comprehend about its relevance to the current dilemma on the wandha pethi issue.
      2. ‘Muslims breeding like rabbits’. That’s exactly what the majority is trying to do. Blame the Muslims for not being able to bear or bring up more than 2 children. Your inability to produce offsprings is causing this massive imbalance. Don’t blame Muslims for it! Blame the majority. Ask them to bring up more children without earning a few millions, investing on fixed deposits, spending on its interest and marrying off the children with that money later!

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      Sinhala_man:

      “Some Muslims may not understand that our objection there is mainly to age of marriage. Scrap MMDA, and Sinhalese chauvinists will no longer be as effective in stirring fears”

      So all these times, you have been showing a champion image in support of Muslim women rights and MMDA amendment just had different motives with some crocodile tears?

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        Dear Isharath,

        Over population, fascination with technology which often means casting off what was invented a mere five years ago, consumerism, ostentation by individuals, – these are all problems affecting the entire world.

        To me the root problem appears to be the modern medical system having increased human life expectation many fold. Some individuals, and more significantly in this context, certain social groups, have not realised that birth rates MUST come down unless we human beings first begin to hog all natural resources, then find that ecological systems hit back owing to intolerable imbalances.

        It is true that the “more developed” countries, and groups of more prosperous persons in countries such as ours, have gone too far in reducing population growth, quite often owing to individual hedonistic reasons – as you have identified.

        I, personally, have no physical inability to produce a hundred more off-spring, even at this relatively advanced age.

        Impotency etc may be distressing problems for some individuals, and medicine rightly tries to help. However, it may be that “Nature” possibly never “meant” individuals with certain disabilities to reproduce. We humans are sentient beings; we have evolved a system of ethics which operates among us only – it makes no sense to the “selfish genes” of other living things. Our ethics tells us that we must be caring and not crudely work with stereo-types of what is not “me”.

        MMDA is one of the most obvious abuses of the rights of others – in this case of those born female to Muslim fathers. You cannot strangle those infants; neither should you stunt their intellectual growth.

        One problem, Isharath, is that where I say “Nature”, you say “Allah” – and stop thinking thereafter. Refute my thinking by all means, but, Oh God, it takes too much time and effort.

        By the way, my interjection above, is NOT blasphemy, just the way we use the English language.

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    Mr. Uluf, it is the PM and his foreign sponsors and the deep state who are promoting Divide and rule policies are responsible e for attacks on Muslims recently. What is the international consensus that wants RW in power to hold off China?

    The name of the game of ALL corrupt politicians in Lanka is playing ethnic and religious politics whenever issues of Political Corruption com up. When the Bonds cam report came out to distract the media and people from the fact that RW is corrupt and has lost countless elections and needs to be impeached for the Bondscam there were attacks on Muslims in the south

    When the Bondreport first came out too there were attacks on Muslims in the South. This is the PATTERN AND strategy of DIVIDE, DISTRACT and RULE the Moda Masses continuing as was the case under the Mahidna Jrapassa regime. Ranil and Mahianda need to share a prison cell for

  • 5
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    Why bother with ‘Wandha Pethi’ – The Sinhalas are an impotent race.

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    Feeling the Heat eh..?? What happened in 2015 January is happening again and it ‘s going to hit the flimsy puppet government left right and center..The show is on mate..enjoy..!! :)

  • 3
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    Get more angry Usuf… SBs with diminishing National Average IQ, could not understand these complex things…
    SB stupidity has no limits. These stu…d SB would never let SL Muslims & SL Tamils to live peacefully… Like CBK son lives in England, I am ashamed of having SB stamp in my birth certificate…

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    Well Muslims are showing facts that they are equal under the common law. But, how many Muslims take the common law for granted? How many Muslims consider Kafirs to be their equals? How many Muslims would like Sharia to be imposed upon non believers and themselves?

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      Know a few Islamic terms, and viola- you’re an expert in Islam!
      1. No Muslim wants Sharia Laws in SL
      2. Muslims have been abiding by common law since it’s implementation and have been happy with it – although it has always been biased towards the majority (except for MMDA which i favour changing)

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      Shenal,

      I have been watching you comment and asking question for quite some time now. Trust me, you sound like a “certified idiot” in every comment you make

  • 3
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    Mass L. Usuf

    “How many of the Sinhalese people can be fooled?”

    You can fool all the people all of the time, not just the Sinhala people.

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    Editor – CT,

    Please publish all videos in which the cashier of the hotel telling the storey and how he was intimidated by kasippu drunk rowdies so that people can realise the truth.

    I already posted all links in other topics related to this incidents..

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    Only Muslims need wanda pethi for having a very high birth rate.

    • 0
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      You impotent bruh?

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    Wow as a physician I am amazed, lankans are really creative and innovative. I think Srilanka has the potential to be numero uno in pharma sector, just like Israel who owns companies like Teva and Taro.As long there are enough people who are on pay role to do the dirty job in social media for Rs 500 to 1000/day,and the oscar winning performers to create the story at ground level and a blisfully retarded public who pays for these shows, there is plenty more to come, After all it is election time. After sniffing success at local level now the goal is to start the hate campaign with an eye on upcoming elections and bringing back MR to power. This was performed before when MR was in power and now is the rerun. After all the public never gets tired of it, and looking eagerly for more performance by the talented artist, Sorry guys I am bored.

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    if they believed in vadakaha sudiya is it a wonder they believe in wanda pethi

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    FYI, is it my imagination that suddenly you see a spurt in writings of Dayan , Malinda , Rajiva and the rest. It is not coincidence the shear volume of writings goes simultaneously with hate attacks and fake news/campaign. The ground work for bringing back MR will be in full speed soon, Good luck country men and women.DJ take it easy, dont over burn the midnight oil.It is not good for the heart.

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    Wandapethi is a myth which is there to incite racial disharmony. The same powers which fund terrorism and fundamentalism in Muslim world funds the same in Sinhala Buddhist world and for that matter Tamil world and everywhere else. They are fighting for the same side, for the controllers of this world to make sure that the powers have unhindered access to our resources, locations and money whilst we watch an orchestrated fight.
    What is more poisonous in food is MSG (and similar stuff labelled in E codes), which is found in all processed food now. The new MSG free food contains “stock powder” which is more or less similar stuff in a different label. MSG is there in cooked chicken, burgers, potato chips, noodle packets and many many more food items which the biggest multinational companies in this world profit on. That’s why we do not here much resistance for these.
    Both Sinhala and Muslim people should get together to identify the common enemy.

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    Wanda pethi saga is not only for Ampara targeting muslims, but more widespread affecting even a mixed population like SAITM medical students procreating good patient care. They became a threat to the practice of the money chasing mafia of GMOA. This selected group to be transferred monitored by KDU became fodder for the Private medical school of GMOA to send to Russia on an SLMC illegal twin Medical Course. They support the SAITM owner for financial gain, but with tragic loss to students who are govt. approved only to study locally. What money craze does is beyond insanity into such lawlessness that we ask “Why Law and Order Ministry”

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    If anyone feels a shop is selling goods at a higher price. Why do they continue to buy goods from there? They should go to a cheaper place right. Common sense.

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    I am pretty sure this all scare mongering is by stupid people! I am not sure they are Sinhalese Buddhist, Sinhalese Catholic, Whoever do this bull shit must be stopped and who ever hurt innocent people must be punished by the law.

    But what Yusuf must try and explain, that our Muslim traders must work hard to alleviate these fears from Sinhalese! Why? Because If Sinhalese starts to boycott Muslim business places, will they survive? The losers in this game are muslim traders! I am wondering when they start to wake up!

    Bottom line, There are bad apples/ idiots among Muslims, Tamils and Sinhalese, If you look at the face book, it is quite obvious! So while as much as we try to get rid of BBS and Ravana Bullshit, Why not we hear moderate Muslims condemn extremist activities?

    Well for Lateef I know for sure, Man does not even want to give freedom to his own women!.

    It is not just SB guys, In this shit hole, all are stupid!

    Did we hear any political leader from Tamil community and Muslim community condemn when Tamils attack and destroy Buddhist ancient sites?

    Actions and reactions!
    Stupid politics!
    Poor innocent hard working people get victimized at the end. They still travel in jam packed buses, queue up in hospitals, struggle to find schools for their kids!

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      From what you say – on and on, it is clear to everyone that you the like mind sets would not sense it easily.

      You have been very much to extremists and protection of them.

      All is clear these attacks are to show that MUSLIM attacks are still there also under Mr Sirisena.

      All is spearheaded by Rajapakshes and their extremist underground forces.

      If Rajapakshe would ask them to eat Kakka of anyone, those hindu style fundenmentatliest would taste them in one go.

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      srinathan.gunaratnam

      “I am pretty sure this all scare mongering is by stupid people!”

      Haven’t you forgotten you are one of them?

      ” Did we hear any political leader from Tamil community and Muslim community condemn when Tamils attack and destroy Buddhist ancient sites?”

      Well could you supply us with a list of all such attacks.
      Did we hear any Sinhala political leader condemning Dutta Gamani, Cyril Mathew, many saffron clad thugs, JR, the weeping widow, Fonseka, Gota, ………………………… for several riots, wars, ….. since 1915?

      ” Poor innocent hard working people get victimized at the end. They still travel in jam packed buses, queue up in hospitals, struggle to find schools for their kids!”

      Your pretentious concern shows up.

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        Call me pretentious, while you lot conspiring for separatism constitutions, with the face of human rights with pseudo names! Hic hic…hic
        Wait, that will fill the ordinary citizens with milk and honey.
        Everyone will be law abiding citizens overnight!
        Human rights will be granted miraculously!
        There will be hospitals, schools, trains roads buses cheap food.

        At least I say what I have to say!

        Look in the mirror, You are blinded by the hatred!

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          srinathan.gunaratnam

          “while you lot conspiring for separatism constitutions,”

          Could you elaborate on the above with the same pretension of being the guardian of constitution, Sinhala/Buddhism, Sinhala/Buddhists, the country, the state, women, culture, heritage, law and order, ………………………..

          I am conscious therefore I am aware of my thoughts, words and actions whereas you are drunk on racism and bigotry hence your brain, heart and minds are intoxicated. You need to spend some time in forest monasteries.

          None of the pretentious patriots have not explained thoroughly why new constitution is unnecessary and federalism leads to separatism.

          This is not a difficult question therefore you need not to hibernate during the heavy winter season and emerge after spring. You can deal with my simple question here and now. If you are just parroting what others say then of course you can just ignore me. I understand.

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    Wanda pethi is not a foot medicine like this author thinks. It’s a chemical additive when passed onto the body causes a low sperm count as Dr Iddawela here has duly stated.

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    Lt. Perera and who ever the Dr. ID you quoted is there any medicine to make people retarded and stupid, What is that you guys have been smoking????, are you,ll in the social media fake news pay roll, Get A Life buddy.

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      chiv,

      If there is a medicine to make people retarded and stupid, you should check the labels of the bottles of the medication you’ve been taking lately. Get back to us and tell us what it is. We’ll send a free supply to the East. Because the Muslims are certainly not retarded or stupid.

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    For the majority, Sinhala Buddhists, whatever the garbage dished out by the Rajapakse’ are the Gospel Truth. When Hakeem and Bathiudeen were in their ranks, they’re the best Muslims.
    for KP, Karuna and Pillayan; the same rule applies. If by chance if they join the others; they’re the worst terrorists.
    Does not this smack of Hypocrisy.

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    It is confirmed , Mr.Perera retired to be on the fake news pay roll, Continue buddy, of course the crumbs you pick from the floor should taste as good as the main course.Mr. Perera, planting fake news dosent mean you need to let the world know of your stupidity.My sincere advise is to see a Doc ASAP, dont forget to ask him about the pill, If you did not smoke did you hit your head hard any time???? I am really concerned for you buddy.

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    Dr Nalaka please pardon for my previous comment, I should have not included your name in my comment to Retarded Perera (sorry retired). He just quoted your name out of context .Please apologize me Sir for including your name,

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