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Writing On The Wall: A Sinhala Prayer In A Tamil Church

By Udan Fernando

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Dr. Udan Fernando

When I was walking near the Mulativu beach by around 5.30 this morning, I came across an abandoned Catholic Church. It was in a dilapidated condition. The Church seems to have been used during the war period, at least in the last stages of the war. A new Church, made in concrete, is under construction a few meters away. But the old statues still remain in the abandoned Church.

While scrutinizing the various objects in this interesting Church, I saw some writing on its walls in Tamil – mostly names of lovers, like Nidharshan & Gopika, etc. To my surprise there was some Sinhala writing on one wall. It read as: හිමියනි සාධු හඬ මිස, වෙඩි හඬ නොම සේ ම (A loose translation will be: Oh Lord, let it only be the sound of saadhu; not that of guns).  Saadhu is a Pali word which means good, excellent or auspicious. The writing was dated 2009.05.08, a few days before the declaration of the end of the war.

This writing, in my opinion a prayer, seems to be written by a Sinhala soldier, while his fellow colleagues were busy ‘ending the war’ or as the government said ‘carrying out a humanitarian operation’.  I could not understand who he was making this prayer to. What does he meant by ‘himiyani’, the Lord? The Catholic Saint or his own Lord Buddha ??

Anyway, this Sinhala Prayer apparently written by a Buddhist soldier on a Tamil Church wall ­­­made me to think a lot as the country just ‘celebrated’, two days before, the fifth anniversary of the so-called ‘triumphant victory’….My own prayer is that this would just be a ‘writing on the wall’ in its literal sense, not figuratively.

20th May, 2014, Mulativu, Northern Province.

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  • 19
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    You make a lot of assumptions Mr Fernando.

    apparently written by a Buddhist soldier – How do you work that out? Was the army an all Buddhist army?

    by a Buddhist soldier on a Tamil Church – a catholic church has NO ethnicity.

    Let the mystery be, Mr Fernando.

    The fact is that the God’s took a few days off in 2009 and we turned that area into a godless battlefield filled with evil things being done – Sri Lankan on Sri Lankan – the worst kind of evil.

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      Many thanks for this Udan.

      This writing on the war should be inspiration for Sri Lanka civil society to organize a MULTI-FAITH and MULTICULTURAL commemoration of ALL those who died in Sri Lanka’s wretched and barbaric civil war – every year on May 18 in Colombo and in Mullaitivu.

      Perhaps at the site of this ruined church and in Colombo build a memorial around it that speaks of the suffering, NOT the barbaric Pyrrhic victory that the Rajapakse military dictatorship celebrates on May 18..

      Civil society which is sick and weak in Sri Lanka needs to wake up and build a multicultural war memorial and peace museum in Colombo. This should a a serious project.. The history of anti-minority riots in the country that led to war and has not ended because of State terrorism should be told so that we may say – NEVER AGAIN.
      Sri Lankans such as he who wrote this message in a church deserve an ALTERNATIVE space to remember May 18.

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        Right on Dude: In a democracy civil society need to carve out alternatives to the official narrative. But there is only the official military parade to boost and entrench the Rajapaksa dictatorship in land of Sinhala Modayas.

        Civil society among Sihala modayas seems to have died and been buried with the barbaric Prabakaran. There does not seem to be any alternative to Rajapaksa’s victory narrative to promote state terrorism, militarization and impunity boosting propaganda today..

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        Dude,
        I am no fan of Rajapakse, but I will tell you that if not for this man hundreds and thousands of more Sinhalese would be butchered by the LTTE terrorists and innocent Tamils around the island will be butchered by retaliating Sinhalese mobs.
        Your multi-faith and multicultural talk should have been made before the terrorism started.

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          Nuisance

          “innocent Tamils around the island will be butchered by retaliating Sinhalese mobs.”

          You do care about people, don’t you.

          Crocodiles do shed tears, don’t they?

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          You are a fan of Sinhala supremacy as evident in your countless posts so don’t claim otherwise and show some faux concern for Tamils.

          The claim of hundreds of thousands of Sinhalese being killed is also absurd because how many hundred thousand Sinhalese were killed from 83-2009 . The largest number of killins was in 2009 by the GOSL. No other period in recent Sri Lankan history comes even close to the 40,000+ Tamil civilians deliberately slaughtered by your Sinhala army.

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            “The claim of hundreds of thousands of Sinhalese being killed is also absurd because how many hundred thousand Sinhalese were killed from 83-2009 “

            what logic is this??????????

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          Eusense

          “Your multi-faith and multicultural talk should have been made before the terrorism started. ”

          Good thought. This is what the politicians should have done.

          DS Senanayaka, wanted his Senanayaka Dynasty.

          Made the opening for the Christian-Buddhist SWRD Bandaranaika, and he embraced the Monk Mahanama lies and imaginations and promoted Para-Sinhala at the expenses of para-Tamils, in the Land of Native Vedda.

          Now, after 100,000 dead, MR is trying his dynasty, and adding to the dead toll.

          Deja Vu,.. have seen it before…

          The curse of Monk Mahanama and his lies and imaginations…

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            Dude is right.. Better late than never.
            Multiculturalism and multi-faith thinking should have been INSTITUTIONALIZED as Sri Lanka NATIONAL CULTURE at independence in 1948 rather than catering to Sinhala majority racism that has been fanned by politicians to win votes in a disfunctional democracy of Sinhala Modayas.

            Sixty plus years after independence there is great and urgent need for multicultural and multi-faith education and institutions in Sri Lanka. This is the true stuff of RECONCILIATION.

            Civil society should TAKE RESPONSIBILITY TO BUILD SUCH SPACES, AND INSTITUTIONS and PUBLIC EVENTS. Time to stop expecting the stupid, uneducated and uncultured Mahinda Jarapassa military dictatorship to see the light.

            Civil society needs to stop MERELY blaming Jarapassa and start being proactive – reclaim the democratic space and build a better Lanka where cultural diversity is valued and narrow monoethnic Sinhala majoritarian nationalism that has DESTROYED BUDDHISM in Lanka a thing of the past!

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      When Sinhala Catholics pray to God or Jesus they use the word ‘himiyani’ for example ‘jesu himiyani’.

      And Sinhala Catholics in the south especially sometimes use the word ‘sadhu nada’ as a way of describing/referring to ‘ah men’.

      You must remember that a lot of the Sri Lankan Military hierarchy are christians and catholics (especially at senior level). Although the foot soldiers were often the poor sinhala Buddhist from the villages, the commanding officers were often colombo and kandy elites, a large number from christian/catholic backgrounds.

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        oh the undercurrent racism ‘Although the foot soldiers were often the poor sinhala Buddhist from the villages!’

        between, about a memorial to be built for everyone who died in the war,
        1. In an ideal situation SL needs a memorial for everyone who died.
        but this is not that ideal situation.

        This is a situation those who supported terrorism for 30 years, funded it 30 years are trying their level best to achive LTTE objective.
        So called sinhala libeals try to whitewash LTTE.

        A memorial for everyone should come with a thorough look at LTTE barbarism and terrorism.
        In other words, those who try to white wash LTTE and conceal LTTE terrorism and blame SL gov for stupid things cant bring such a memorial.

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          sack

          “A memorial for everyone should come with a thorough look at LTTE barbarism and terrorism. In other words, those who try to white wash LTTE and conceal LTTE terrorism and blame SL gov for stupid things cant bring such a memorial.”

          Yes. I may add:

          A memorial for everyone should come with a thorough look at Para-Sinhal Buddhist Monk Mahanama “Buddhism” , its imaginations and lies and the barbarism and terrorism of Para-Sinhala “Buddhists” who ended up in the Land of Native Veddah, as guests, and turned up being killers. In other words, those who try to white wash Para-Sinhala “Buddists” and Para-Tamil LTTE and conceal LTTE and Sinhala “Buddhist” terrorism and blame only SL gov and LTTE for stupid things can’t bring such a memorial. but it has to come from the people, who supported the SL “Buddhist” Govt. and LTTE.

          Amarasiri, The Egalitarian Agnostic.

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        If this is true, then why Tamil diaspora always use “Sinhalese Buddhist army” for their false propaganda.

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          Because it IS propaganda.

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        You are talking of a bygone era – of a ceremonial army. Things have changed. Officers are no longer from so called elites!

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      It could be an appeal from a Tamil to the Sinhalese masses.

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      Udan Fernando –

      “It read as: හිමියනි සාධු හඬ මිස, වෙඩි හඬ නොම සේ ම (A loose translation will be: Oh Lord, let it only be the sound of saadhu; not that of guns). Saadhu is a Pali word which means good, excellent or auspicious. The writing was dated 2009.05.08, a few days before the declaration of the end of the war.”

      Looks like there are a few good Paras lrft in the Land of the Native Veddha, even though the Para-Sinhala is trying to kill off the Other Paras, in the Land of the Native Veddah.

      Paras, when will you get back to South India? The DNA in you prices that your native land is South India.

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      Sprinh Koha…… God never takes off BUT only when when Emmanuel & Rayappu and the Northern Catholic Clergy attempt to replace GOD with Prabakaran……………….GOD showed what MORTAL means and the worst kind of evil it creates.

      Whatever said and written, there is No More Gun Fire. Thank God for that.

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      Tamils wouldn’t write in Sinhalese so it had to be a Sinhalese person , and since this was before the war ended it most likely was a Sinhalese soldier and not a Sinhalese civilian.

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        Palmsquirrell

        Sinhalese soldiers have ethics too, even though it may not be be true for all Sinhalese soldiers, who were trying to defeat LTTE Terrorism, that was terrorizing Tamil, Sinhalese and Muslims, including the Indians.

        Looks like not all the Paras are bad.

    • 0
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      Days ahead of us, we ll have no other options than leaving this kind of writings to walls. Signs of the gravity the danger is not yet seen to the many living in the country, but IC and srilanken diasphora have already got it.

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    Sinhalese soldiers were fought keep humanity on mind while Tamil LTTE fought contemplating barbarism , that the difference. otherwise such writing wouldn’t wrote..

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      If that is so, why is this same “humanity on mind” type of Sinhalese soldiers and their equally cowardly leaders resisting and not allowing an international, transparent, independent investigation on war crimes?

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        there weren’t war crimes you barbarian..
        imaginations aren’t count in rule of law.. get a education & come back

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          Bebon

          “there weren’t war crimes you barbarian.. imaginations aren’t count in rule of law.. get a education & come back”

          Its a good treatise on law and order. Were you Namal’s batch mate at law school.

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        Because the UN is not independent and the Law is not uniformly applied.

        Kind Regards,
        OTC

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        Why there are still murders, rapes, robberies, in the south mainly done by ex-army and police and thugs aided and abetted and shield by the top people in the country?

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          It was wrote while on active duty. what you are telling is correct but irrelevant to what I have posted.

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        Maybe because the international investigators are bigger criminals than the Sri Lankans

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      “Overcoming the divisions caused by the decades-long civil war remains a work in progress” according to a recent report on youth and what they think of the violence in the country..

      Sri Lanka needs a MULTICULTURAL and MULTI-RELIGIOUS alternative commemoration of lives lost in the war –
      An alternative to the awful victory parade of the Jarapaksa regime and its family military dictatorship.. Boys with their war games and war toys..
      Civil society and women’s groups must start an ALTERNATIVE remembrance event since in a DEMOCRACY there should be space for all to remember the dead and for ALL communities to come together…

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        Yes, Dil in a less Barbaric country, ALL communities would come together in a remembrance day to say NEVER AGAIN.

        But Mahinda Jarapassa rules by DIVIDING, RULING AND DISTRACTING Lanka and the Sinhala Modayas in particular!

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      Sinhala Army slaughtered over 40,000 Tamil civilians deliberately and raped thousands. No Tamil group has engaged in systematic rape of Sinhalese or deliberately slaughtered such large numbers of civilians. Rape has no military necessity , it is a tool of hate, revenge and genocide.

      You also forgot all the anti Tamil Porgoms by your genocidal Sinhalese who to paraphrase your own Sinhala leader Jayawardene “would be happy if Tamils starved” .

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        “No Tamil group has engaged in systematic rape of Sinhalese or deliberately slaughtered such large numbers of civilians”

        Defeat of the war that opportunity was missed by Tamils..
        Tamil race have done much damage for Sri Lanka and to Sinhalese Nationality..

        Rape or Killing penny thing for Tamil race

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    .
    This again shows most of the soldiers were good and kind. They had a job to do and they have to follow orders.
    But there were few barbarians. Unfortunately MaRa is not willing to arrest and punish these animals.
    Now world things all soldiers are bad.
    :-)

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      A single wall writing does not cleanse the criminality of a sector. In that case, their are so many writings on the walls of the Welikada, does that prove that those fellows inside are pure? Historically the Sinhalese armed forces have a record for barbarism. This record is even found internationally when the SL Peace Keeping force in Haiti raped underage girls and had to removed. The SL armed forces are also 100% Sinhalese, thus the poor culture and discipline. Impunity is practiced widely in the Sri Lankan state system. One can do anything and getaway with it, as long as you remain my machan is the thumb rule. Today even Rajapakse allows virtually any criminality, corruption or illegality and abuse to take place as long as all those concerned are loyal to him thus the whole State machinery i.e. CJ, AG, IGP, SLAF have become his sycophants, the rest are his own family members.

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        There is no force in this world that can come close to LTTE when it comes to brutality.
        SLA was a mixed of many races including sinhalese, muslims, malays and burghers

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      If most were good they could have stopped the genocidal ones. Fact is they choose to do nothing or help the genocidal ones.
      If most soldiers were good, we would see more soldiers going to the UN and Western governments with information,

      Following orders is no excuse , something settled at Nuremberg.

      Look, your ex leader Jayawardene said Sinhalese would be happy he he starved the Tamils. That shows the mentality of the Sinhala majority. If Sinhala society was majority not supportive of oppressing Tamils they would have taken decisive action when Sinhala mobs were killing and burning Tamils before all out war started.

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    “What does he meant by ‘himiyani’, the Lord? The Catholic Saint or his own Lord Buddha ??”

    how do you his own god is Buddha?

    Tamils also can write in Sinhala language.

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    Thanks Dr. Udan for bringing this ‘writing on the wall’ to our attention. It is a ‘writing on the wall’ literally, as you say, but not necessarily a predetermination of the future, like ‘Mene Mene’ in the Book of Daniel.

    It is a poetic wish obviously by a Sinhala writer, probably an ‘unknown’ soldier.

    My reading of the lyric, however, is slightly different to yours particularly of two words. I don’t have/know Sinhala type, so in the English alphabet it reads: ‘Himiyani sadu nada misa, wedi hada no(w)asewa.’ The meaning more or less the same as you say but in the first line of the verse it is clearly not ‘Hada’ but ‘Nada.’ The importance is that ‘Sadu Nada’ is common to both Buddhist and Hindu traditions. I also wonder whether the writer is a Hare Krishna disciple! In the second line, although not clearly written, it is not ‘Noma Sema’ but ‘No(w)asewa.’ The importance here is, it is a clear wish, while the writer has tried to change the word or was not sure about it. There is a clear meddling.

    I hope I am not confusing the readers! Sorry, if I do.

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      Yes you are right – it reads “Himiyani Sadu nadha misa vedi handa nome (a)sewa! “Lord, let (me) hear only “sadu” and not the sound of guns! – beautiful! it is difficult to translate difference between nadha and handa … both with the same meaning “nadha” denoting more musical- i,e sadu nadha

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    //Tamils also can write in Sinhala language//

    Yeah yeah… when the Tamils were running for life in 2009, and had no permission to do anything in that area. a Tamil braved – risked his/her life, to write something in Sinhala, hoping that somebody will broadcast this to the world.

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      LTTE made you run for 30 years….and now Gota and Mahinda are creating fake LTTE to keep you Sinhala modayas on the run so that they can run the country for generations

      You are a sad man

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    This was a heart of a Army solder while LTTE barbarians killed their own people when they try to flee

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    There was a king in ancient Babylon couldn’t recognise the writing in the wall according to your bible. Do you know what happened to the king?

    Book of Daniel says:
    “And this is the writing that was inscribed: MENE, MENE, TEKEL, and PARSIN.”

    “This is the interpretation of the matter: MENE, God has numbered the days of your kingdom and brought it to an end; TEKEL, you have been weighed in the balances and found wanting; PERES, your kingdom is divided and given to the Medes and Persians.”

    May be this writing for our king too

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    Dr.Fernando:

    Writing on the Wall. For me it means Writing is on the Wall for MR and his fellow Thugs.

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    Thank you for sharing this. It’s the soldier who asks for peace most.

    As other members have opined, I too ask for a day of remembrance, to mourn the death of our brightest and best lost in 1971, 1989 and 2009. All of them sons and daughters of Mother Lanka.

    May they all Rest in Peace.

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    “Anyway, this Sinhala Prayer apparently written by a Buddhist soldier on a Tamil Church wall ­­­made me to think a lot as the country just ‘celebrated’, two days before, the fifth anniversary of the so-called ‘triumphant victory’….My own prayer is that this would just be a ‘writing on the wall’ in its literal sense, not figuratively.”

    Dr Udan Fernando’s concluding paragraph above says a lot- In the link below: “Sri Lanka marks the 5th anniversary of civil war victory but prevents memorials in Tamil North,” the author Krishan Francis warns, “The government’s approach highlights the deep ethnic polarization that remains in this island nation despite the end of the quarter-century civil war.”

    http://www.vancouverdesi.com/news/sri-lanka-marks-5th-anniversary-of-civil-war-victory-but-prevents-memorials-in-tamil-north-2/752020/

    The Toronto Star has published the same article with a different headline expressing the same concern:”Victory day festivities show Sri Lanka’s ethnic divide.”

    The government’s actions show it’s ignoring the writing on the wall.

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      Dear Ms Usha S Sri-Skanda-Rajah,

      “THE WRITING ON THE WALL”

      A prophetic Editorial comment of the Hindu Organ, June 1939.

      “A verbal bombshell dropped unwittingly by a Tamil politician at Nawalapitiya appears to have set the South on fire……. A slander against a community by an individual, though unintended, is inexcusable…”

      Continuing it said: “Communal differences, though there existed hardly any, during the time of the last generation of leaders, have now been multiplied and intensified, thanks to the hot-heads and irresponsible talkers in the country who care more for the plaudits of the mob than for the welfare of the people. Ceylon today, is seething with petty problems which have been created by thoughtless gas-bags, and which threaten to poison the peaceful conditions in the country….”

      It concluded by saying: “Let us hope that wise statesmanship will prevail among leaders who should realize the imperative need for the welding of the communities into a Ceylonese Community for the political and economic salvation of the country. The writing on the wall is too clear to be ignored.”

      The Nawalapitiya incident referred to was a Hate Speech delivered on a Public Platform by the All Ceylon Tamil Congress founder and Lawyer Mr. G.G. Ponnambalam that precipitated the FIRST cummunal riots of the 20th century.

      The “Hindu Organ” was an Anglo/Tamil fortnightly Newspaper which was founded on September 1889 by the Siva Paripalana Sabai. Ownership is still with them. Mr. T. Chellappa-pillai, who was the retired Chief Justice of Travancore and also a renowned mathematician an eminent English, Sanskrit and Tamil Scholar Edited the English pages while Mr T. Kailasapillai the Nephew of Srila Sri Arumuga Navalar (the famous Tamil Nationalist) was the Manager and the editor of the Tamil pages. Both editors worked for free. The paper was Tamil owned. Published, Edited and printed by Tamils in Jaffna.

      A close scrutiny of TGTE and other separatist politics will reveal the continuation of the Race Politics espoused by Mr GGP in 1939 that led to setting Sri Lanka on Fire.

      Even today, the thoughtless Gas Bags who care more for the plaudits of the mob than for the welfare of the people are still fanning hatred.

      Kind Regards,
      OTC

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        OTC – your brain organ is not funtioning all you do is cut and paste from hte Lanaweb in a parrot fashion

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          Dear Rajash,

          When a Tamil points out the Racism of another Tamil you are afraid. You are afraid that your separatist propaganda built over the years would be exposed. You are right they will get exposed. You would not dare contest it because your one track mind is incapable of a logical argument and you don’t posses facts. All you can do is gripe and cry and resort to ad hominems.

          You cannot contest what I write because the propaganda websites like Sangam etc do not have a counter argument to the fact that the Founder of the All Ceylon Tamil Congress, G.G. Ponnambalam precipitated the first Tamil Sinhala ethnic riots. You can keep thumping your chest all you want but you cannot erase History.

          Tamil Racism, triggered the First ethnic Riots of the 20th century in 1939.

          In this case the Tamil who pointed out the Racism of GGP was Mr T. Kailasapillai the Nephew of Srila Sri Arumuga Navalar.

          Arumuga Navalar translated the Bible in to Tamil. He is revered by Tamils as a Nationalist that led a revival. He is also the person who fought with Principal Percival and left because the principal admitted a LOW CAST child to his school. You revered Arumaga Navalar started his own school and ONLY High Cast Tamils were admitted.

          The High Cast Tamils (Vellala and Brahmins) practiced the WORST form of inhuman depravity towards the Tamil polity (which formed 80% of Tamil society).

          This inhumanity of the high casts, caused Tamil/Tamil Riots in 1871, 1923, 1929 and 1931. You avoid discussing this because your inherent Psyche will get exposure.

          Your ineffective bleating will not stop me from writing. So please go ahead and expose your lunacy.

          Kind Regards,
          OTC

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            Off the Cuff

            “This inhumanity of the high casts, caused Tamil/Tamil Riots in 1871, 1923, 1929 and 1931. You avoid discussing this because your inherent Psyche will get exposure.”

            What you type here is true could you cite your evidence.

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              Dear NV,

              Re “What you type here is true could you cite your evidence”

              If you know it is true why do you ask for evidence. I have given the evidence in more detailed posts that I have written on CT. You seem to be reading my posts. How did you miss my earlier comments?

              Kind Regards,
              OTC

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                Off the Cuff

                “If you know it is true why do you ask for evidence.”

                I am sorry I made a mistake I should have said “What you type here could be true”.

                “You seem to be reading my posts. How did you miss my earlier comments?”

                Only when I feel like going to bed I read your typing.

                I deliberately skip your typing as you never get to the point nor cite any evidence.

                Of course in this island you don’t need evidence even at the court of law.

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    Those who blame the Sri Lankan leaders for getting rid of barbarians are brainless and barbarians themselves. It was the ordinary Sri Lankans, Sinhala majority, the Tamil, the Muslim and all others who wanted the LTTE and it’s leaders eradicated. It is also these Sri Lankans that have objected to the LTTE dead being martyred.
    HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND NOW

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      GOSL does not want rememberance of Tamil civilians killed. They want to hide the genocide they committed and force everyone to ignore it.

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        Who celerbate tamils who got killed? Are the so called remembrances in north that former terrorist wife tried to do a remembrance for civilians.

        Lets say many tamils perished in the war. But even the alleged deaths happened in the end of April and not on May 18th. May 18-19 was the day Prabha was killed. So how does remembrance day for died civilians falls on a day none of the civilians got killed?

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      It isn’t difficult for a government to kill a terrorist citizen.
      But look how difficult it is for citizens to get rid of a terrorist President – so many are trying so hard to have a single-issue Presidential candidate.

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    Everyone is speculating! Let me take my guess – it was written by a Tamil who studied in Sinhala in Matara.

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    Sri Lanka’s Greatest War Criminal (Gotabaya) is a US Citizen: It’s Time to Hold Him Accountable – http://justsecurity.org/2014/05/19/sri-lanka-gotabaya-us-citizen-war-crimes-accountability/

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    There is much food for thought in these few words.Whatever may be his religion, he believes in God and His Omnipresence,this is what we mortals
    must remember specially Christians who believe it is a gift from God.No man can escape Divine judgement it comes when we least expect.Examples of which we are witnessing even at this moment.”Those who take the sword shall perish by it”.The religious leaders of four main religions must examine their conscience if they really and truly stand for truth and justice.Christians must remember Jesus died on the cross to bring Justice and Truth to humanity.The onus is on them to protect and promote them without fear or favour. God bless our peoples.

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