Archive for January 24th, 2010

Rise and fall of Fonseka

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

H. L. D. Mahindapala Q: When a man fights for 40 years of his life for a cause and then overnight joins the enemies he fought what do you call him? A: Sarath Fonseka, of course! Q: When a man who gets the biggest ride in his life to fame and glory in the most […]

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Vadukoddai Referendum in Sri Lanka on 26 January

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Dilrook Kannangara LTTE Diaspora is holding referenda all over the world to garner support for the Vadukaddai Resolution. What they are trying to do is to show the world that Tamils of Sri Lankan origin want a separate country as they once declared in 1976 and 1977. At the 1977 General Election an overwhelming majority […]

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VOTE FOR PEACE, PROSPERITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Warna Hettiarachchi Toronto Canada My Dear Fellow Sri Lankans, You are at a very critical point of our Nation’s history “”…” You are about to either choose or reject the leader of your country who gave you PEACE after defeating the world’s most ruthless and dangerous killing machine called LTTE! This same leader of our […]

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UNP, JVP, TNA, LTTE backers and Fonseka on the same wave length

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Dr.P.A.Samaraweera, Australia In 2005, the TNA, Mano Ganeshan and Rauf Hakeem had agreements with the LTTE and meekly followed their instructions. The UNP had a cease-fire agreement with the LTTE. The UNP leadership avoided stepping on to Prabhakaran’s toes and therefore was in his good books. Surprisingly, the JVP an ultra-nationalist party, has joined this […]

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Dear Voters, Its Your Own Nanthikandal Battle on January 26. Do it for a Brighter Future without Fail

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Dilrook Kannangara It will be exactly 250 days from the victory in Nanthikandal to the election date. What a coincidence! May be it’s natures way of reminding the people of Sri Lanka they have their battle to fight, and win for a brighter future. Lose this battle, and Sri Lanka will be dragged once again […]

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No-nonsense national security is overwhelming government priority this week

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Ajit Randeniya The presidential election campaigns that just-ended had a few defining moments. Though the likely result of the election was largely determined at the very moment the common candidate announced his ridiculous decision that he wanted to be king, the people’s resolve was sealed when it was announced that he was going to be […]

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