Monday, March 17, 2008

"Caste of mind" of a cut and paste NGO

By Hasaka Ratnamalala

As the fool behind “Asian Human rights Commission” start to act like the “ bull at the china shop” I, as a citizen of Sri Lanka think that, it is my right to act against such fools because even the criminals has the right to keep his innocence until it is proven guilty. Also I believe protecting the country is part of the duty of the officers who were appointed to answer the questions regarding the country. They have done nothing wrong but done their duty according to the letter. Thus, the Hon. fool behind AHRC who “Cut and Paste” news paper articles into hearsay documents because he doesn’t have any knowledge of what is happening in the country while living a luxury life in “Hong Kong”. He has gone mad because there is no one put attention to his hard work behind the pc. His recent Urgent-letter about un-related “caste of mind…. “, Is just another sample of his poor knowledge about the matters of Sri Lanka.

As any other country with a long history, Sri Lanka also had feudal system but totally different from what is in India and therefore the Indian the story he “paste” as an example does not match at all. The Indian story related to Sri Lanka is, the story of “Sopaka” in Buddhist Jathaka stories. “Sopaka”, a sanitary worker who became a Buddhist monk on the blessings of Lord Buddha and continued to live as an equal in Buddhist society is in fact is our example. That is the story a “Sinhala Buddhist” child would first learn at the “Dhamma” school and it is the first lesson he learns against racism. That is the main reason Ambeckar, India’s National movement leader became a Buddhist with thousands of followers. As the traveler Robert Knox said, “when washed his mud off a farmer, is suitable for kingship” in Sri Lanka; he never said only a “land lord” could be a king in ancient Sri Lanka.

With keeping that in mind I like to remind Hon. Fool behind AHRC, that the people in Sri Lanka accepted their last king “Sri Vickrama Rajasinghe”, even though he was a “Tamil”, the first executive President “J.R. Jayawardane”, even though he was a ”Muslim” and a decade ago another executive president “ Ranasinghe Premadasa”, even though he was from the lowest caste. Also we are proud that we produce the first woman head of state far before hypocritical west ever thought of such an act.

The matter in front of us is a matter of terrorism and we as a country has to rise against all sorts of terrorism and we understand “cut and paste” NGO terrorism is another faction of it.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Hypocrisy of Democracy

By Hasaka Ratnamalala

While sitting in front of my pc listening to Batticloa election results through “Lakhanda” web cast, I looked at BBC world news on television, women wearing nice looking saris going to polling stations. It is the election people in East had in 15 years. Normally a true democrat would say, “What a marvelous thing is happening”. Unfortunately it is not the case with Sri Lanka.

For some reason Sri Lanka has been an international pariah for a long time. Each and every thing Sri Lanka do for democracy doesn’t even get close to some unknown measure stick on the eyes of westerners, NGO merchants and Media.

First, months before polls media starts firing articles about a “Ballot with Bullets!” and then UNP joined with TNA started to preach about an “Unholy alliance”, just without looking at themselves on the mirror. UNP just forget what they did with LTTE just to get them into democracy. But they failed because LTTE never ready for democracy but when Karuna and the boys came out for democracy why they don’t let them. If a warlord came out in Afghanistan or in Iraq and start supporting allied forces it is international news and a step forward towards democracy. Why not with Karuna and the boys? Of course no one can expect these young men who spent most of their child life with weapons would put their arms on the ground overnight. But can’t we listen what they are saying. There is a real threat for their lives from LTTE. And don’t you think they listen to us, by helping to hold mini polls without any major incident. This is the “Hypocrisy of Democracy”.

In Sri Lanka there is too much freedom to Media, Western countries and NGOs to the level they can easily scrutinized the Government preventing its mandate of securing its boarders. In western countries Media, NGOs has their demarcation point at the national security. Even it is ok to attack other countries on the sake of National security. Unfortunately Sri Lanka cannot even protect its boundaries. Indian fishermen crossing our boundaries have become a day today activity, but when SLNavy arrests them it is a very wrong thing. The other day when an LTTE arms dealer arrested in Colombo it was a “disappearance of a Tamil” to Media and NGOs. Isn’t this the “Hypocrisy of democracy”?


Monday, March 10, 2008

Anti Terror law failed in Canada?

Right to protect! whom? (Terrorists)

An open letter to Liberal Party of canada
Is slain LTTE a peace Dove?

International community play a double game in Sri Lanka

LTTE eliments in Toronto Star

SLUNA 23rd Annual General Meeting held in Toronto

Peace Talks with a Mafia gang

What peace means to Sri Lankans?

Canadian Action Commitee Against Terrorism in Sri Lanka Joins Labor Day March in Toronto

JVP-LTTE and realities of 21st century

What is wrong with JHU and Mahinda’s war against LTTE?

Please write to UN to list LTTE and it's leaders as WAR CRIMINALS

LTTE’s fabricated carrots, foreign media donkeys and Child soldiers