A POLITICAL ANALYTIC PREDICTION MADE in Feb, 2008, IS PROVEN CORRECT NOW. THE JVP IS AN ANTI NATIONAL FORCE AND THE NATION SHOULD KNOW THE TRUTH. HE. Mahinda Rajpaksa and the Government should be vigilant Politically.
Posted on November 29th, 2009

by Noor Nizam- Sri Lanka Peace Activist and Political Analyst -Canada,Feb. 26th., 2008.

The JVP telling the UN to help restore democracy in North is biting into the stability of the Government.

The JVP telling the visiting UN’s Assistant Secretary General Ms.Angela Kane to assist Sri Lanka to restore democracy in the Northern Province by dismantling the remaining part of the open prison of the LTTE while demanding the UN to “ƒ”¹…”stick unwaveringly to its anti-colonial roots’, is a political drama that the JVP is staging to the International community to create political metaphors that they are the Sinhala forces defending Human Rights of the Tamils in the Wanni in Sri Lanka, in the present political scenario but still trying to discredit the Mahinda Rajapaksa government, otherwise.
The JVP is like the “fox” in the cartoon series “Roadrunner”. It has no fixed political agenda or any pragmatic politico/socio-economic or good governance plans for the people.The JVP is trying everything possible to out beat the Mahinda Chitanaya and the popularity of the present government and discredit the Rajapaksa brothers.Thanks to Hon. Anura Bandaranaike, they were able to get the 38 JVPers elected to Parliament in the last general elections with the SLFP voters voting them.

The accommodating political socialistic policies of the Mahinda Rajapaksa has given the JVP a license “to shout nonsense” every where. They are trying to mesmerize the nationalistic Sinhala voters in the South with their anti-Indian slogans and hoodwink the Tamil voters in the North & North East by having refrained voting in the 3rd., reading of the budget.

Now they are creating a drama with UN’s Assistant Secretary General Ms.Angela Kane trying to show the International community and the Tamil community that they respect HR, when they were the brutal violators of HR in the 1970ees.

Not only the Sinhala nation and the Tamil People have to be careful about the hidden political agenda of the JVP, but HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa and his confidants should be extremely careful of the JVP hidden agenda in the days to follow. It is very clear that the JVP wants to “ROB” as much SLFP electorates/seats in the next general elections, if any and form a government.

The JVP will definitely form a “coalition government” even with the UNP and other opposition parties, bring political restriction and unpopularity of the SLFP and it’s hierarchy by making unfolded accusation of corruption and mismanagement of State institutions and pretending to be the political saviours of the national wealth and the nation.

The JVP will never get more than 15 seats if there is an election at any time due to the popularity of the Mahinda government. But the JVP is quietly biting into the stability of the SLFP government and trying to discredit the President. The President and his team should be vigilant about this serious political scenario.

It will be advantageous for HE. Mahinda Rajakaksa to form a National Government including the UNP and neutralize the cunning political advances of the JVP which will be disastrous to the Nation at large in every way.

HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa and the SLFP heirachy should take very serious note of this article. Knowing the intricacies of the grass root political engagements of the SLFP and having an insight of the foundations of the JVP political ideology including the HR violations that the JVP committed through the Desapremi Jantaha Viyaparaya (DJV) during the 1970ees, the ulterior motive of the JVP is to destabilize the present government’s strength as the most popular “BROKERAGE NATIONAL SINHALA PARTY”

The JVP is quietly biting into the stability of the SLFP government and trying to discredit the President and his team to accomplish their sinister plan to “grab political power” through the democratic process of elections.

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