Mahinda as “Maharajaneni”: Constant lickers and variable arses
Posted on August 1st, 2009

by S.L. Gunasekara

Servility and self serving sycophancy are not unknown to poor Sri Lanka: on the contrary, the Country, most regrettably, abounds with it.

However, never till now have we had the misfortune to witness the horrible spectacle of a pack of sniveling sycophants in political office of various types with unconcealed ambitions to climb higher on the basis of nothing more noble than their ignoble sycophancy, heaping mortal and unforgivable insults on the person of the Head of State while believing those insults to constitute fulsome praise which would so please the Head of State that they would result in his granting them some patronage or benefit whether political or otherwise !!! Such is the abysmally low opinion these scum have of the Head of State.

As the reader must necessarily have realized, I refer to the plethora of posters, banners and bill boards that pollute the highways of our land addressing and/or describing President Mahinda Rajapakse as “Great King” or “King” [“MAHARAJANENI” or “RAJUNI”] with the wholly unlovely pictures and/or names of the authors of those foul insults prominently displayed with a view to “earning” a reward for heaping insults on President Mahinda Rajapakse in the moronic belief that they were compliments.

By addressing/describing President Mahinda Rajapakse as such, these self serving imbeciles degrade him by relegating him to the level of a hereditary monarch like Queen Elizabeth II who secured `employment’ as Head of State of her Country not because of any merit or competence possessed by her, or being selected by the populace from among other contenders for the `job’, but purely and solely because her father who had that `job’ before her was unable to procreate any male children, and she was the elder of his only two daughters !!

President Mahinda Rajapakse did not ascend to his `job’ through any such outrageous system of institutionalized nepotism/family bandysm but through merit, in that he was selected for the `job’ of Head of State by the populace from among several contenders for that `job’.

Apart from insulting President Mahinda Rajapakse by so equating him to somebody like Queen Elizabeth who secured her employment on the sole basis of the fortuitous circumstance of her birth with which she had nothing to do other than to be born, these malodorous self seekers have also insulted him by the readily discernible unspoken premise on which their outrageous conduct is based: namely, that they believe that President Mahinda Rajapakse is so dishonourable a person that he would be so delighted by such insults heaped on him by idiot sycophants in the unbelievably stupid belief that they constituted praise, that he would actually reward them for their foul conduct !!!

It would serve President Mahinda Rajapakse well, particularly in these wholly unsavoury circumstances, to pay heed to the sagacious words attributed to former Prime Minister Sir John Kotelawela, who, upon being informed by one of his genuinely loyal supporters just after his ignominous defeat in 1956, that many of his erstwhile `loyalists’ were `queuing up’ in Rosmead Place to curry favour with the victorious Prime Minister designate Bandaranaike, is alleged to have said:

“ISAY, LICKERS NEVER CHANGE; ONLY THE ARSES DO”

This, I do believe, is a lesson that both former President Kumaratunga and former Chief Justice Silva [among so very many others] have learnt: albeit too late.

One Response to “Mahinda as “Maharajaneni”: Constant lickers and variable arses”

  1. Priyantha Abeywickrama Says:

    This article is a true reflection of the current attitude towards any kind of Monarchy though it could have been a deadly mistake to utter such words during the day monarchies ruled. As a member of a small group of knowledge researchers with exclusive tools, I do agree with the content and like to make a note on the history of Monarchy that has a long history and a direct link to ancient Sinhala civilisation that is hidden in Sinhala conscience though practically we have lost the tracks due to the times beyond modern era. Yes, we do not believe an iota of known Sinhala history written by aliens with a vested interest who described their version as a true reflection of the Sinhala history. In fact, we have no doubt that Sinhala people were most likely the only surviving humans at one time that expanded in number with newfound knowledge and they were the original inhabitants of the country (not referred to those re-entered as migrants (parasites), later speaking Sinhala that came to roost when we were at the top of the world – compare this with migrants flocking to English empire).

    There was a time that we had great humans who were the original source of human life that we enjoy today outside the nature. They offered knowledge that led to our survival at a time when we came very close to extinction. Though I use exclusive research tools to tell this, there are parallel findings with similar conclusions in the west that would be more agreeable to English speaking community. Obviously, how humans would be grateful to someone who gave them life when they were dieing is beyond any doubt. During those times, those intellectuals were considered gods (truly they were – we can define what god meant during ancient times) and offered the highest positions like “Nayaka” in the community. Here, I refrain from using the English word “leader” as it has the modern version of the meaning of the kind fully reflected in the original article. Today even those pretending to be “Nayaka” are those impostors who borrowed decorated disguises from the advancing society to achieve higher than deserved positions in the society.

    I hope there are some of you who heard the word “Maha Sammatha Raja” who became the first monarchy (Maha Sammatha means selected by everyone – today it is a periodic gamble to select the best of the worst by the voting majority made of a significant number of migrants) that ruled the known world at that time from Manu-na-arama (Mannarama). The next of kin for the throne was the eldest male born to the king, which was broken later by illegitimate children who became kings. Though this may sound bit strange, there are comparable modern day knowledge to prove that the selection method was a perfect choice for those born within the ancient Sinhala civilisation. It is also true that they were revered for their abilities and some have become gods of worship in some surviving ancient religions. So, why there is such a fuss about hereditary or popularly elected monarchy that we have today? The TRUTH is that they never had the true characteristics of the “Nayaka” that reside in our conscience. So do we see it as an insult to use the Raja designation to current set of leaders (thieves ruining the country using the alien installed institutions owned by traitorous heritage)? To give some more clarity to my comment, I like to focus on what made this hereditary leadership selection process gone so badly. The answer lies in the type of humans that contributed to the population increase and the way human reproduction occurs such as the need to have both a male and a female to produce an offspring. Then think of the conduct of the like of Kuweni, a single person who may have contributed to all the woes we have today.

    Though many of you have not noticed, this kind of attributes was first uttered by the leading religious outfit of alien origin that tried to take advantage of the current leadership to fulfil their own interests at the expense of Sinhala people. One of them even tried to merge two ancient kings to describe the current leader though later chose a different path. I like to note another historical fact of significance on this issue. Their original missionaries coming from the subcontinent used the monarchy of half alien origin starting with Vijay Kumar to deprive Sinhala people of their natural lands close to the epicentre of its original civilisation (north of the country) and to impose taxes to pay for their expenses and even brought in settlers to build their religious structures thus pushing many helpless people to abandon their original habits. I just want to note for the consumption of those deserving, that those who remained in the north disappeared because of incompatible mixing and embracing suicidal religious activities. Later, the remainder of them became a weaker kind influenced by alien religious beliefs that got slaughtered by the marauding Tamil invaders. You may find that many of our monarchies listed in the alien version of the Sinhala history have contributed immensely to the destruction of Sinhala people and their society till the last one imported from abroad. Then the throne was sold by the royal servants to English monarchy that did the rest to bring us to what we are today. With this brief, I hope anyone could understand our deep-seated feelings about the monarchy reflected in this article.

    Whether we like it or not the loyalty to the ruler is ingrained in our conscience that worked well in the past but not during the known history. Unfortunately even the unchecked loyalty, especially of those carrying arms, has contributed immensely to keep enemies of the nation in power bringing so much destruction to our society during the recent history. But the kind of servility that we see now is a kind of disguise to gain access to the wealth of the country and plunder it in unison with the so-called patriotic leaders. Unfortunately those who do it are smarter and know it better to tame even wild beasts. They are trying their luck most likely with enormous success. Those who could do this act during the tenure of one of the past presidents could have earned the heaven on earth. Even today, I wonder how there could be such a large smoke without a fire. Old habits die hard, they say. As shown many times in our history, Monarchy-lickers are the worst enemies of Sinhala people.

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