Archive for June 14th, 2010

War Crimes Committed by Tamil Elamists Other than the LTTE – Part 1 – Culpable Ideologists

Monday, June 14th, 2010

– Kumar Moses  LTTE has become an easy scapegoat for all war crimes, the double genocide and crimes against humanity committed by Tamil Elamists. True, LTTE did commit most crimes but it was not the LTTE alone. Tamil Elamists actively participated in all these war crimes. Ideological, physical and propaganda support for these war crimes […]

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Chandrika Kumaratunga lies with knowledge of things she says, and Arundhathi Roy lies with no knowledge of anything she say.Part One.

Monday, June 14th, 2010

By Charles.S.Perera  There were statements from  two women that appeared one  in the Sunday Island of the  6 June,2010, and the other in the  Times of India of the  5 June,2010.  The former  is from Chandrika Bandaranayake Kumaratunga, a woman known very well in Sri Lanka, and who knows about Sri Lanka.   The other is […]

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Now the other woman Arundhati Roy who lies not knowing anything about Sri Lanka. Part Two,

Monday, June 14th, 2010

by Charles.S.Perera Arundhati Roy came to fame after writing a book, The God of Small Things, for which she got the Booker Prize for 1997. Six million copies were said to have been sold in 80 languages. She now writes essays from Nuclear weaponisation in India and Pakistan to terrorism in Sri Lanka.  She has […]

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BBC meets its match in Sri Lankan Defense Secretary

Monday, June 14th, 2010

OPEN NOTEBOOK BY RANDOM JOTTINGS Courtesy The Manila Times WITH its foreboding lighting effects that appear to have been plucked straight out of Dante’s dark epic Inferno””‚and cleverly devised one suspects to reduce its willing, and oftentimes unsuspecting, “victims” to submission””‚the BBC’s HARDtalk program has attained a universal reputation (or should that be notoriety?) for […]

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Neo-colonialist interference takes many shapes and forms

Monday, June 14th, 2010

By Neville de Silva The Nation – ANN  Briefing Bangkok-based diplomats at the height of the recent red- shirt protest and violence, Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya warned foreign governments and NGOs not to interfere in Thailand’s internal affairs.Obviously irked by offers of mediation or attempts at interference by foreign governments, international bodies – governmental […]

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