The Ballot & The Bullet – The Noble Japanese Option
Posted on February 1st, 2010

Prof. Hudson McLean

The Tamil Tiger Terrorism of LTTE was destroyed by the Government of Sri Lanka under the Leadership of HE Mahinda Rajapaksa, was Won by the Bullet.

The subsequent Presidential election was conducted in a civilised and democratic manner and President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Won by the Ballet!

The political supporters of the Independent Joint Presidential Candidate General (retd) Sarath Fonseka have, all but his immediate family, have pulled out like the proverbial “Rats Leaving the Sinking Ship”!

The Western Gang of Four, USA, UK, Australia, Norway are still contemplating what other Dead Rabbits can they pull out through Fonseka’s military cap. And destabilise Sri Lanka.

At the end of the day, after a lot of blood-letting, post mortems, back-stabbing, the carcass of Fonseka will be used like the Afghan polo players with a carcass of a dead lamb. The Story of Sarath will live a long time, with more negative dirty linen being exposed in public. His military friends will certainly distance themselves from the unpatriotic soldier.

The government is correct to hold back Sarath Fonseka, and his clan especially the son-in-law Dude Tillekeratne to delve into the alleged illegalities as published in media. In the name of transparency, fairness, and democracy, a comprehensive investigation should be conducted whilst the Fonseka clan is in Sri Lankan soil.

For a almost disgraced military officer, Sarath Fonseka now has the Noble Japanese option to avoid public humiliation. Use the pistol and place it at his temple and pull the trigger!

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One Response to “The Ballot & The Bullet – The Noble Japanese Option”

  1. cassandra Says:

    I, for one, would not ask the good General to resort to anything as drastic as the ‘Noble Japanese option’ that you mention. Losing an election does not signal the end of one’s world. It is no disgrace. You simply must acept the verdict for what it is. If, as he has shown, the General is unwilling or unable to accept it gracefully he should accept it even grudingly and move on.

    The General has said he will continue his fight and contest the forthcoming general elections. If he is serious about it and has some sense, he will be well advised to abandon all these protests and whingeing. Istead of frittering away his time and effort in such unavailing things, he could devote that time to some constructive planning for the general election.

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