TO MINISTER MAHINDA SAMARASINGHE – Concerning the Sarath Fonseka Episode
Posted on December 26th, 2009

L. Jayasooriya

The country thanks you for the way you handled that Arbour woman and the Pilli woman and others of that type. We also thank you for getting friendly countries to understand the real situation with regard to accusations of human rights violations made by the most sadistically brutal butchers of innocent men, women and children around the world in innumerable instances in many countries and in many places. The world will never forget My Lai, Agent Orange, Lumumba, Pinochet, mass murder of children in Iraq due to sanctions, now Afghanistan and many others but never forgetting how peaceful African citizens were abducted at gun point, herded into the holds of ships and employed as slaves in America pioneering the robbing and colonising of peaceful non-white nations around the world by Europe, the worst exploited being Africa which prompted Khrushchev to remark “Europe without Africa would be like a hen without feathers”. In other words the prosperity of the white man has been due to the robbing of the wealth of the non-white man with the power of the gun. That is why Mao-se-Tung said “power comes from the barrel of a gun” and that is why we should say that Iran should have nuclear weapons and the means to deliver it to any part of the world.

When we were in difficulties you successfully protected our self-respect and the respect of the world towards us by organising the support of the non-white nations at the human rights commission at Geneva. It has now fallen upon your shoulders to repeat what you have done before but this time you will have to bring in the Manmohan Singh factor that triggered the whole thing resulting in revengeful actions by Sarath Fonseka as detailed out by him in a long television interview on the night of the 24th December 2009.

That was the most professional interview of the highest calibre I have seen in which the person conducting the interview came armed with a bundle of papers containing all the allegations levelled against SF the most damaging being those by K. T. Rajasingham of the Asian Tribune. At no stage and I repeat, at no stage was any question, cheap or sophisticated put to facilitate a cheap answer against MR or Gota but the answers SF gave were deeply personal and very bitter. In fact the questions put were not in the favour of SF. At one point the interviewer asked SF why he keeps on using the word stealing so many times when it is a serious word to use to which he gave an answer. On another occasion when SF was asked why he was saying very uncomplimentary things he replied that it is in retaliation to the wrongs done to him.

SF has now provided a whole lot of material on which a debate can be arranged between SF and a nominee of the government assuming MR will not take part. If the viewers get the impression that SF has been summoned by the government nominee to be questioned as in a Court of law then there will be a massive shift towards SF. In this encounter neither of the participants can afford to be rude or crude and each one should be able to ask any question from the other. The time allocated to each person should appear fair to the viewers. If it does not, the victim would be the beneficiary.

The best replies to Philip Alston were given by three of our expatriates Stanley Perera of Melbourne, Asoka Weerasinghe of Gloucester Onatario and Ira de Silva of London Ontario. They have all been written in language that this man Philip Alston can understand.

What I suggest to the government is that it drafts a stern letter in the same tone that Alston wrote to us making use of the material from these three patriots and send it to him with copies to every member of the United Nations. When this Alston sees several pages of countries to which a copy of the letter has gone he will feel the public humiliation that we have given him. Not only he but also those who manipulate the UN hell bent on taking revenge against us for eliminating the ruthless terrorists that they wanted to make use of for their clandestine operations in South Asia in particular and around the world.

Alston is the man who was convinced that the BBC video of the alleged shooting of Tamils is genuine even after an expert showed evidence that it was doctored. His reply was that since the expert was a Sri Lankan he could not accept his findings.

Philip Alston I understand is a professor of law and he is asking our government to prove that Sarath Fonseka did not make a statement that the latter himself has said he did not make. His knowledge of the law is either convoluted or he is following the orders of his masters at the UN to do the maximum damage to us.

I think that our government should discuss with China, Russia, Iran and Messrs Gadafi and Chavez the possibility of forming a parallel organization of Asian, African and South American states with headquarters in Iran with the idea of withdrawing from the present UN after setting up this organization.

According to the Nation newspaper of Pakistan the replacement of Gen.

Fonseka was done on the advice of Mr. Manmohan Singh who had phoned our President to say that he had credible intelligence reports that a coup by the army was imminent and has advised him to do the replacement. For the report please go to Google and type “India forces Sri Lanka to replace Gen. Fonseka” by Ashraf Javed. The article will appear for you to click.

So it was India who was responsible for this de-stabilization with the intention of annexing Sri Lanka someday by first dividing it with devolution giving land powers and police powers and then getting a foothold to finally annex the country. What must have annoyed India was the declaration by Gen. Fonseka that he expects to double the army in three years time and build permanent military settlements along strategic locations to defend our country against any foreign aggression. We occupy the most economic and militarily strategic position in the Indian Ocean along the East-West shipping routes and a harbour at Trincomalee which could hide all the nuclear submarines in the world.

As long as Sri Lanka is not annexed India will never be able to accomplish their dream of being the undisputed master and ruler of the Indian Ocean. When India invaded Sri Lanka under the code name IPKF she was kicked out by Prabakaran at a time when we had no fighting force. Today we are much better capable of handling India and besides China and Pakistan will redraw their boundaries with India if India ever tries to invade Sri Lanka. The only possibility for India to annex Sri Lanka would be by annexing China and Pakistan first but even then our defence forces have sufficient capability to handle India if she ever tries.

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