Archive for June 2nd, 2009

Change of Working Culture of Sri Lankan Foreign Missions Towards a new Sri Lanka

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Vajiragnana Warnakulasuriya  Melbourne, Australia   Mr.Rohitha Bogollagama Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka   Dear Sir,    Change of Working Culture of Sri Lankan Foreign Missions Towards a new Sri Lanka  It is no secret that nearly a million or more of Tamils live abroad today and it’s […]

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STAND FIRM, BE FAIR AND THAT IS TRULY SRI LANKAN

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Dr Donald Chandraratna, Perth Australia Sri Lanka has stood up to the bullying by the European nations. Quite unlike the previous regimes the current President has defied the taunting by the likes of David Milliband to remind that coterie of individuals who declare themselves to be the self appointed representatives of the International community that […]

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All democratic, peace-loving, patriotic Sri Lankans,

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Henry Jayaweera The Editor. All democratic, peace-loving, patriotic Sri Lankans, in and outside Sri Lanka, as well as all honest, sincere, peace loving people of the world will be on Galle Face Green tomorrow to celebrate and rejoice the victory of the Sri Lankan nation against a ruthless terrorism that held the country in thrall […]

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Times Online owes an apology to the Sri Lankan army, government and the people

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Ajit Randeniya The Times of London’s reporters Catherine “ƒ”¹…”Five times’ Philp and Jeremy “ƒ”¹…”Airport’ Page seem to live by the axiom attributed to the Canadian communications theorist Marshall McLuhan that “All media exist to invest peoples lives with artificial perceptions and arbitrary values”. They also seem to expect the world to believe their lies without […]

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Ranil Wickremasinghe – The Greatest Traitor the Nation has ever Produced.

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Siri Fernando of New York, USA. Ranil Wickremasinghe when he was Prime Minister under the Presidency of Chandrika Kumaranatunga went to Singapore and Signed a Ceasefire agreement with the LTTE. The contents of this document was not even divulged to the House of Representatives. This was with the connivance of Erik Solhein. During this period […]

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Big Lies from the Big Boys

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Rajiva Wijesinha Secretary General Secretariat for Coordinating the Peace Process Setting the Stage Last week, the Times of London announced that 20,000 civilians had died altogether in the course of this year because of the operations in the North. This claim was not surprising since, as I had just pointed out, the British were determined […]

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What the West does not say

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Rajiva Wijesinha Secretary General Secretariat for Coordinating the Peace Process For many years we indulged the LTTE, in part because we felt sorry for the Tamils of Sri Lanka and believed the LTTE slogan that Tigers were Tamils and Tamils were Tigers, in part because we thought the Tigers would win out and would provide […]

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The Paradox of Swiss Policy

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

by Atticus Courtesy The Island The general impression in this country was that Switzerland had refrained from taking sides in the conflict between the Sri Lanka State and the LTTE because of a long standing policy of neutrality in foreign affairs. After all the first steps relating to Swiss neutrality were taken as far back […]

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War is Not Over

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Orpheus Perera GoSL under HE President Rajapakse won the war against the internal terrorist LTTE. Next two wars, according to HE President is the war against drug and then the economic independence. Drugs The drug menace has thrived in Sri Lanka during the period of 1977 and 2005. Many families had a hell of a […]

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INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP REPRESENTATIVE SAYS CONSIDERING ABOUT CHASED OUT MUSLIMS FROM JAFFNA IMMEDIATELY IS NOT APPROPRIATE.

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

By Walter Jayawardhana Alan Keenan , of the International Crisis Group addressing members of Chatham House in London said giving immediate attention to Muslim refugees who were chased out of Jaffna in 1990 October is not appropriate. Keenan was referring to nearly 100,000 Muslims who were chased out of Jaffna Peninsula in an act of […]

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