5 March, 2021

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Wrecking The Opposition To Serve Nandasena!

By Kumar David

Prof. Kuma David

Imagine this scenario. A house is on fire, people of the neighbourhood rush to throw buckets of water, others carry water from nearby, still others help rescue trapped children. Then a brainless coot shouts at a helper: “You are a lousy lawyer, you lose cases: Get Out don’t douse the fire!” and screams at woman guiding children out: “You’re a horrible woman: You stole eggs from the house next door: I don’t want you to rescue children; let them burn, go away!” Is it not possible this dumbo is an agent of the arsonist bent on stoking the flames?

There is an attempt by the Executive to erode democratic rights, enhance authoritarianism and push towards militarism. Concerned citizens, political parties, civil society and others realise that an effort by everyone is needed if the push back is to be effective. Then low and behold a self-appointed, or maybe a Sajith appointed dumbo booms out: “What a dumb idea to let you help: Get out, we – presumably dumbo and Sajith – don’t want you!” The “you” in the outburst may be Ranil now, next it will be Tamils and the Muslims and third maybe the JVP and or whoever does not fit dumbo’s fancy. There is a golden rule in united actions against a common enemy: “March separately, strike together”. This means, sure, different organisations if they so prefer can retain their separate identities, but in the face of common danger everyone acts together. In the heat of battle the emphasis is not on your mother’s dowry, the elections some fool lost, or on 1971 or 1989. It is not on the murder of Richard de Zoysa by someone’s father. The emphasis at the height of battle, till the dictator is halted, is on unified action to defeat a common enemy.

I have used my column in the print and electronic media to plead over and over again that Lankan democracy needs a common front of all communities, parties, all religious orders that will participate, trade unions, civil society and anyone else who is willing to join, to oppose a) the rising tide of authoritarianism, b) increasing militarisation, c) dangerous legislation such as the 20-th Amendment, d) Presidential Commissions designed to witch-hunt political opponents and e) downgrading of Muslims and Tamils. Everyone who is prepared to strike against this threat is a need pair of hands. Anyone who weakens an alliance is a saboteur and agent of Nandasena (with or without Sajith’s connivance). Or maybe a plain fool. Let whomsoever it fits, don the cap.

Does this mean we do not educate our own cadres and associates on the foibles of those we associate with? Not at all. The biggest mistake that the LSSP made when it was in coalition with Mrs B was not to fully explain to its own cadre the compromises that coalition politics entailed. It failed to explain that we were compromising on Sinhala Only, it failed to explain that the Principal Place of Buddhism was mumbo-jumbo that we would let Mrs B ramble on about but we would remain quiet just to preserve the coalition. The only point the party explained to its cadre was that since socialism was not on the cards in the short-term we would cooperate with a “progressive” capitalist party for certain short-term forward steps. You can disagree about that tactic, in the end it proved wrong, but at least this so-called tactic was spelled out. So similarly in the effort to push back Nandasena though we cooperate with anyone with a like motive we must explain to our close associates the limitations of our erstwhile allies. But we must not wreck the unified effort by being dumb sectarians. I thought grown up people had learnt all this long ago.

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    Yes.
    Of course prof.
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    SP must form a broad alliance with UNP as Ranil Wickremesinghe it’s co-leader.
    And appoint Duminda Nagamuwa of FSP as it’s deputy leader.
    .
    AKD is a very good choice for treasurer.
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    They all should sit together in a press conference and announce a ‘shadow cabinet” to run the country when they come to power’
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    I have few suggestions.
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    1. Minister of Finance – Hon. Ravi Karunanayake.
    2. Minister of Health – Hon. Rajitha Senaratne.
    3. Minister of Telecommunication & Recordings – Hon. Ranjan Ramanayake.
    4. Minister of Defence – Hon. Ruwan Wijewardene.
    5. Special Ministry of Democracy – Hon. Ranil Wickremesinghe.

    And Hon. Patali Champika Ranawaka can polish Mega Ministry.

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      S. C. Passqual

      Is your honourable Wimal Sangili Karuppan Weerawansa placing himself in a position in order to replace Mahinda as the Prime Minister and eventually Gota blocking Basil’s legitimate well earned place in the party and country?

      Are you with Wimal or Basil?

      Why aren’t you place yourself at a pivotal position?

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        NV,
        Wimal is today caught in the act. He has no future. We see the light at the end of tunnel about his future fall.
        He will be just an used condom to SLPP/UPFA next days. I think he deserves to be fallen on his nose.

        Ms SCP gives her services to any kind of Rajapkshes. THe kind of low lives are trained to behave so, so that Rajakashes can survive their politics. Longer the people stay stupid, better for Rajapakshes.

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          Abhaya Rama Tattamama reveal everything today.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPcafanglY8

          The kind of Cheevaradhariya was the mastermind of CRIMINALs# come back. If anyone WOULD say, WIMAL Buruwasne is a good person, that says everything. The kind of PINGUTHTHARAYAS are the main obstacle to srilanken politicians. THese men hidden behind the SIVURU should be taken away by hook and crook.

          This pingutharayaa has the audcity to boast about WIMAL Buruwanse.

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        My beloved nutty witty ( akaNative Veda)
        Btw something has mutated in your Veda genes.
        You have transformed to a refined bulath eating Veda with the Sarame & Bush shirt.

        What happened to your sexy G string man? and your bow and arrow?

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      All that stands between the pathetic “democracy” we have and a military dictatorship is Mahinda R. If and when he becomes seriously ill (rumor is that he is on dialysis), Gobbasena will move swiftly, send the MPs packing home, and declare martial law. Chamal, Basil, Namal will be silenced, too.
      *
      Gobbasena still has some respect for Mahinda, and knows that Mahinda has massive grass roots support. So, as long as he is around, the current charade of “democracy” will stumble on.

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      Dear Prof. KD,
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      Thanks as always.
      :
      Not so called physical developments but rebuilding the society should have been the first step after a 30-years CIVIL war. Only health mind set of public would be able to elect healthy law makers into the parliament. If public would not be able to do the job, no point of attacking their parliamentarians.

      However, in post war scenario, Srilanka dumbo mentality along with his criminal gangs unanimously decided to do other way around. They behaved as if they know everything better. They could rely on assitance going by diplomatic channels. But pompous men became the architect of post war planning. All because of power intoxications and self-adulation becoming “weerayas to the gallery”. ගැලරිය සතුටු කරල උඩපැන්න වැඩියි. කිසිම නායකයකු නොකරන විදියට මහින්ද රට චීනට පාවා දුන්නා. Consequences are before us today, our nation became the ROLE MODEL for THE WORLD- as ” Debt trap to Chinese developments “.

      Loads of problems being faced by srilanka as of today, are beyond estimation and not even an unconventional leader with millitary mindset can move an inch forward.

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      Minister of Health in GOOD GOVERNANCE achieved a lot regardless of being biased to any kind of politics.
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      So SCP, please get your facts right. Today s minister Mutti hamy goes after Dhammika Paniya and Eliantha white not having the knowledge to settle any thing for the benefit of the masses. She is just the bull of bullock cart driven by Gobbasena’s millitary men.
      :
      Ms. SCP, these are highly advanced stuff, you would not get them, please talk to your grand children or neigbours. We are very sorry to see you are being cold bloodedly abuased for their rhetorics.

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      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😅😄😃
      Seriously?
      Wa ba ha .

      What a grand circus it would be .

      I am singing Sunshine over the mountains right now.

      All besides to restructure , Mr.ALI BA BA & clan? Serious ? Oh man ,you are really not from this universe.

      But 1st take Mr. Kil leeen
      To the cleaners.
      I really do not understand why the F..
      People want to kiss his bum..

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      What have they fulfiled for the benefit of the masses as of today.
      .
      See, how the prices of daily needs under WONDER maker Nandasena/ Govt – SRILANKEN MEDIA UTTER ONLY GOOD OF BITCH s sons yet today. Why ?
      .
      Following is the list of items available at reduced prices:
      -Red raw 1Kg – (new price) Rs.93 – (current price) Rs.106
      -White raw 1Kg – (new price) Rs.93 – (current price) Rs.105
      -White Nadu 1Kg – (New Price) Rs.96 – (Current Price) Rs.109
      -Samba 1Kg – (new price) Rs.99 – (current price) Rs.120
      -Keeri Samba – (New Price) Rs. 125 – (Current Price) Rs. 140
      -Wheat flour – (new price) Rs. 84 – (current price) Rs. 105
      -White sugar – (new price) Rs.99 – (current price) Rs.110
      -Brown Sugar – (New Price) Rs. 125 – (Current Price) Rs. 140
      -Tea (100g) – (New Price) 95 – (Current Price) Rs 130
      -Red Dhal (Australia) 1kg – (New Price) Rs. 165 – (Current Price) Rs. 188
      -Big Onion Indian 1kg – (New Price) Rs. 120 – (Current Price) Rs. 140
      -Potato Local 1kg – (New Price) Rs. 180 – (Current Price) Rs. (216 – 220)
      -Potatoes (Pakistan) 1kg – (new price) Rs.140 – (current price) Rs.190
      -Gram 1kg – (new price) Rs. 175 – (current price) Rs. 225
      -Dried chilies 1kg – (new price) Rs. 495 – (current price) Rs. 550
      -Canned fish local 425g – (new price) Rs.220 – (current price) Rs.240

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    Prof. Kumar David,
    It is true that Nandasena and Mahinda are dangerous to democracy, unity, peace and development of this country. However, the people are divided and do not have a stable status of mind to understand what is good or what is bad or who is good or who is bad or who is to trust or not. In 2015, Tamil and Muslim politicians trusted and asked people to Vote against Mahinda believing that UNP and Srisena will stand to eliminate corruption, bring a reasonable solution to the national problems, and bring justice to the crimes committed against humanity. Nothing happened on the peoples expectations and everything collapsed which gave the opportunity to Nandasena and Mahinda to finish the democracy which they started in 2010. Now, the people are under a dictatorship and people are not prepared to trust again those who failed severely.

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    The next presidential election will be a Sinhala Only election with only Sinhala serious candidates. The incumbent contestant will be Sinhala and the main challengers will also be Sinhala.

    Disgruntled but proud Tamils will boycott the Sinhala Only election.

    If Tamills voted for the Sinhala Only election the world will see that Sinhala politicians are Tamills’ sole representatives. That sends out the wrong signal to the world.

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      JATAM, S. C. Passqual, Eagle Blind Eye, Soman, …….
      Ravi Perera the Sinhala Speaking Demela, …….. SJ, …

      Could we have an objective review of this clip:
      Origin and History of the Tamils
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKEwxBtuTu0&feature=youtu.be

      Forget it if you have no idea.

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        Native Vedda,
        Dumbo, why the hell I should waste my time to find out the origin of Tamils. I am talking about Demala (Dravidians) people brought to Sinhale by colonial rulers and abandoned in Sinhale. Colonial rulers called them ‘Malabars’ until 1911. In 1911, a Demala chap in the Census Department gave a new identity to ‘Malabar’ people by calling them ‘Tamils’. Then that Vellala guy divided ‘Tamils’ to two groups ‘Ceylon Tamils’ and ‘Indian Tamils’ to maintain the superior status of Yapanaya Demalu although all Demala people are of Indian origin. Only difference is Demalu in the North were brought by Portuguese and Dutch to work in tobacco plantations and do other menial jobs and Demalu in tea plantations were brought by British.

        —-
        Could we have an objective review of this clip:
        Origin and History of the Tamils

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          Eagle Blind Eye

          I got your point.
          You just copied another dumb ass’s …… whatever, while you have let him to sit on your head.

          Its alright.

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          Lol 😂🤣

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      GATAM,
      Don’t you know that ‘Moda’ Demalu voted for the Sinhala man en masse and now accuse him as a war criminal.
      The International Community should ask ‘if you people accuse Sarath Fonseka for committing war crimes how come you wanted him to be the President of Sri Lanka’?

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        EE, bp,
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        Cant you think that our sinhalaya are even stupidier ?

        If they would have been intelligent, would they ever allow a high criminal with records becoming – the president of this country- ?

        Why should always the blame be passed on MINORITIES ? My elders repeated that tamils were the intelligent people in this country. THat was not overlooked to anyone with some sanity, but the servile hired lackeys of your nature, would pen anything in favour of medamulana rascals.
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        Today, blatant lies they spread have come around them, not being able to move an inch.
        Can they BPs see in the eyes of 6. 9 millions of voters ?
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        Shameless as no others. Get back to your CAGE.

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          leelagemalli,
          Did you have a Demala man as your neighbor?
          —-
          “My elders repeated that tamils were the intelligent people in this country.”

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            EE,
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            I had tamil batchas came from Nothern SL/Colombo. and I got to know more of them in Europe. We did not stay searching about their DNA. As for me, they are real nice people than some of our sinhalayas I met in Europe. So my experience with them are not just based on hearsays but real experience. Both Sinhalayas and Tamils are originated from India. Recently, DNA research has cleared the doubts that srilanken tamils are more related to sinhalayas that to them in Tamilnadu.
            Please no need brand me anti-sinhalaya, you the kind of racists should finally learn how to respect the facts or leave it.
            :
            I am lucky, I have not met you the kind of Racists in my life time. And for your
            knoweldge our sinhalayas would not hate tamils the manner you have been upto. We are not raised to look at the race, thanks to my parents. I think my parents are real buddhists unlike hypocrites of your nature.
            .
            Your hatred on Tamils can kill you soon. Why divine forces stuck ?

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    This is all scaremongering at its best.
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    The Professor’s clarion call for ignoring minor differences to confront a bigger enemy applies IF there is a real big enemy planning an attack. If in fact the enemy is NOT planning an attack the whole scenario becomes something analogous to a military exercise.
    No wonder few are interested to take part and few spectators to watch.

    Soma

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      soman

      When the United States Ambassador-at-Large (2009 to 2015) Stephen Rapp met Gota in Sri Lanka he offered to help identify LTTE war criminals. Gota in his usual gung-ho manner he dismissed it saying, I killed them.

      You have been on about as if members of LTTE had escaped while UNHRC was targeting members of armed forces.

      Why don’t you ask your favourite uncle SAM to provide their services to trace your brethren who were members of LTTE?

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    The weak democracy in Sri Lanka cannot only be the result of Rajapakse family rule. Its the fault of the opposition as well. Even in developed democracies all the MPs visit home to home in their electorates to find out the issues and explain the current political situation in those countries. Unfortunately the political savvy Sri Lankans and their politicians visit homes only when there is an election around the bend. This is wrong and could be considered worst than the acts of Rajapakse family to erode democracy.

    Its time at least Sajith Premadasa requests all his present MPs and other future candidates to visit each and every household in their electorates at least three times a year and spend time one on one with each family to explain the current political situation in the country and find out their concerns. Expecting the voters to come and meet with the candidates at their offices or homes is an archaic practice.

    I also agree there should be a common front where all opposition parties must join hands forgetting their differences and come up with common slogans and actions. P2P march was a good example although Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam and Wigneswaran group used unapproved LTTE slogans, this may be to support Rajapakses as there is a common belief that these two are Rajapakse plants in the North.

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    No big theories are needed. It is so simple. It should be a battle between Rajapakses+Stooges Vs Everybody else.

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    ” Anyone who weakens an alliance is a saboteur and agent of Nandasena Yes, agreed, though we are not for Ranil.

    ” Let whomsoever it fits, don the cap. Could we the hat on the head of Thero De Silva?

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      In Tamil, “Thoppi Poodu” means cheat and abandon; not same with Thoppi Piraddi, that means keep changing the word and association of one. Any way both are negative behaviors.

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    In Eelam Kingdom headed by megalomaniac despotic King there was authoritarianism, militarism and terrorism. Did concerned citizens, political parties, civil society and others made an effort to get rid of that despotic leader and restore democracy?

    At that time none of these big-mouth people dared to open their mouths. It was Rajapakshes who had the guts to get rid of despotic King and give democracy to Demala people. Thanks to Rajapakshes who gave democracy, Demalu who behaved like poodles under Thamil King can throw brickbats at Rajapakshes and Sinhalayo.

    “There is an attempt by the Executive to erode democratic rights, enhance authoritarianism and push towards militarism. Concerned citizens, political parties, civil society and others realise that an effort by everyone is needed if the push back is to be effective.”

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      Eagle Blind Eye

      “In Eelam Kingdom headed by megalomaniac despotic King there was authoritarianism, militarism and terrorism. “

      Of course they did that however the Megalomaniac did kick the Hindians and their 120,000 troops out of the country, won a war and won two elections for them.

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        @Native V.

        Did they do it sitting or standing?
        🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

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    “The biggest mistake that the LSSP made when it was in coalition with Mrs B was not to fully explain to its own cadre the compromises that coalition politics entailed. It failed to explain that we were compromising on Sinhala Only, it failed to explain that the Principal Place of Buddhism was mumbo-jumbo that we would let Mrs B ramble on about but we would remain quiet just to preserve the coalition.”
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    Did not the first happen in 1963 a while before the LSSP joined the SLFP government in 1963, betraying the ULF and the 21 Demands campaign?
    The LSSP faced a split on that matter and other issues of prnciple. Colvin R de Sliva, according to Edmund Samarakkody, was against that lone adopted by NM Perera & co. but switched sides soon after. Karalasingam took a little longer to rejoin the fold (perhaps after falling out with Edmund and Bala Tampoe).
    The other alliance was in 1970, when Colvin was the proud author of the constitution with certain notorious bits in it. Things were pretty clear to all but the poor LSSP cadres it seems, if one were to believed KD’s explanation. They should have been when Colvin went to the Maligawa with a flower basket, and that was well before the JVP insurrection, let alone the 1972 Constitution.

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    Yikes Dayan Jayatilleka!
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    I agree with Kumar David to the point that it was dumb to write a publication just to discredit Ranil Wickremasinghe when the official opposition is to build a strong alliance inclusive of UNP residues to chase away the evils of Gotabaya’s presidency and the SLPP majority government. DJ was vane.
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    The nobly strategic thing that DJ could have done was to write about the importance of making compromises (which KD has pointed out for us here) and putting aside the differences for the moment to overcome evil!

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    Dear Professor this is indeed a very good observation. In the beginning prior to 2015 a few senior politicians gathered together to form a broad alliance to defeat a tyrant. They were led and encouraged by the Ven Sobitha thero. Many groups joined them and indeed the broadest alliance possible was created. The one remaining problem was who would lead them. The consensus was any one but Ranil to which Ranil himself agreed! Finally the decision was left in the hands of the former president Madam Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunge. Eventually her choice proved to be an absolute disaster not to place the blame on Madam who probably misjudged this man’s true nature. The earliest warning sign of trouble was detected by the Ven. Sobitha thero. who upon realizing this telephoned Professor Sarath Wijesooriya in the dead of night to share with him the thero’s suspicions. The rest as they say is history. The UNP always had a fifth column of underminers. To this group belonged young Sajith and a few others who never supported the party leader or the party but used every opportunity they got to slander in some way their leader and the party. Initially supported by Killi Maharajah in his vain effort to ousted Ranil from the UNP and take it over.

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    The only way forward is to recreate this alliance. But as you rightfully have pointed out there is an obstacle. That obstacle is not Ranil WIckremasinhe who participated in the previous alliance and is by his nature is willing to do so again. It is the former UNP fifth column now dancing to the tunes of their new masters. A very talented racist with a long documented vicious hatred for RW was inducted by the fifth column to attack any suggestion of an alliance and to ensure that no such thing would ever come to pass ever again. At the very Sajith is a moron. He raises the Gunasekera bank loan scandal in parliament and gets told by Ajith Cabraal that there is indeed no scandal and then uses the usual tired PTL scandal. But here are the facts that Sajith the moron could have used to make mince meat out of Nivaard is he had brains. When PTL applied for a loan and got it their credit was in good standing because they were beneficiaries of the long running bond scam that had being in existence thru the Rajapakshe years. This is what the forensic audit proved. Gunasekera and Co. were in default of 65 loans 30 of them with the the BOC. Some of these loans were 9 months is arrears.

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    The only way forward is to recreate this alliance. But as you rightfully have pointed out there is an obstacle. That obstacle is not Ranil Wickremasinhe who participated in the previous alliance and is by his nature is willing to do so again. It is the former UNP fifth column now dancing to the tunes of their new masters. A very talented racist with a long documented vicious hatred for RW was inducted by the fifth column to attack any suggestion of an alliance and to ensure that no such thing would ever come to pass ever again. At the very least Sajith is a moron. He raises the Gunasekera bank loan scandal in parliament and gets told by Ajith Cabraal that there is indeed no scandal and then uses the usual tired PTL scandal to hit back. But here are the facts that Sajith the moron could have used to make mince meat out of Nivaard Cabraal’s arguments if he had any brains. When PTL applied for a loan and got it their credit was in good standing because they were beneficiaries of the long running bond scam that had being in existence thru the Rajapakshe years. This is what the forensic audit proved. Gunasekera and Co. were in default of 65 loans 30 of them with the the BOC.

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    Gatam, Please don’t predict wrong. Next election is 4 years away. Lot of transitional and true higher justice will take place before that. Two years ago, did you even imagine this pandemic, food shortages, persecution. Only short evil dictatorship on final horizon but final good dictatorship restoring blessings, called theocracy.

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    One wonders whether the Prof. is a teacher in Engineering or Politics. But even Homer nods. Every successive regime to some degree or another tries to muzzle the opposition, a common phenomenon in the so called third world called “doing justice for the misdeeds of the past”. So what is new about the present regime? Of course like in oriental music one can add frills to the same basic tune. Yes! I agree with the prof when he talks of a broad front consisting of so many parties. For what? Mine is an advocacy of decency, for all issues cannot be addressed through the law and constitution. I must say it is a near impossible task. Just to form an opposition to an existing regime only leads to the election of yet another regime which could be worse.

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    Elections are a colossal waste of time and money. The average voter is stupid and dumb. It was common knowledge that give a Sinhala man a tot of Arrack and a packet of rice with chicken curry, he is your slave for the rest of the day. The corruption of the members of the Parliament and the Judiciary has reached a peak that these institutions have become a massive burden on the public purse and totally irrelevant. Mr. Sumanthiran is bitter about the withdrawal of his security detail. If he has done no wrong why should he be afraid of the public unless he has a guilty conscious. After all he is there to serve and secure the public welfare. Within this adverse climatic conditions it is not fair to heap all of the blame on the President. I am a leftist at heart. But when you take stock of the track record of the way all of the left politicians conducted themselves, it sure is lamentable, evidently.

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    Pasqual, Ajith, GATAM etc

    I was not even remotely thinking of a electoral front for whatever date. What is needed is a practical action front NOW for day to day struggles on the issues I mentioned; today, tomorrow , next year and every year till 2024-25.

    Kumar D

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      Well said.

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    Democracy produced President Gota. Its just too bad if you don’t like the result. What do you want Fascism? He can provide that too.

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    Over to Dyan Jayatilaka for his views.

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    ‘Over to Dyan Jayatilaka for his views.’
    .
    They are many and varied. Which one is suitable this week?

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    “WRECKING the OPPOSITION” is not CONFINED to the “OPPOSITION” (Political parties) only, but also to all other TYPES of Opposition, meaning from your own “circles” (affiliated) “family” and “associates”. This President, as things are and what has taken place during the last 14 months, SUFFERS terribly from the “FEAR” of “Isolation”, “Rejection”, “Despise” and “Instability”. That is why he has started “Filling” in civilian functions with an “Army” of personnel from the Armed Forces and has extended that “Circle” to cover 26 Districts. Next is his “Dialogue with the Village” (aimed at cornering the Family circle) and now to “Purge” the “Opposition Politicians” by “Implementing” “Recommendations of Commissions”. The other is the “Political Slogan” ( a dirty one) ” I am a Sinhala Buddhist President”.Now a very “Subtle” move to “HIRE”, one of his Cabinet Minister, Wimal Weerawanse (the architect of Mahinda Sulanga) to “Sideline” MR and “Create” a “Movement” to make him (GR) the “Head” of SLPP. This “Movement” is gathering momentum at this time. In this “Environment” where “HE” (GR) will “Sail” and where “WE” (the people) will “Land” are the “QUESTIONG” waiting to know the “ANSWERS”.

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