Archive for November 6th, 2010

Cardinal Walks on a Tight Rope between Religion & Government

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

Prof. Hudson McLean  As a Catholic I am dismayed and disappointed that the new Cardinal Malcom Ranjit’s decision to resurrect the LTTE Flag against a leadership of President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government. Catholic Clergy has in many instances played a role to support the “under dog” in many countries.  In this case the LTTE […]

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Cardinal sins….a continuation

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

By Mario Perera, Kadawata  Prince Gemunu lying in foetal position on his bed said that he had been hemmed in by the Tamils and the Deep Blue Sea. This nation has always been hemmed in this manner by the Tamil separatists and the deep blue sea symbolizing the hypocritical and to that extent immoral European […]

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The most cardinal thing about Rev. Cardinal Malcolm Ranjit’s representations made to the LLRC Commission

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

Dr. Sudath Gunasekara 5.11.2010.  Reading through what was said by Cardinal Malcolm Ranjit before the LLRC few days back I got the feeling that the LTTE machinery is still not dead. With all respect to him as a respected Cardinal of the Catholic Church I am convinced to believe so when I evaluate what he […]

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Registry of Betrayers (ROB)

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

Ananda De Costa Any sensible person is able to observe that a large number of betrayers living happily, enjoying all the democracy in Sir Lanka. Unless confined to jail due to legitimate offences, they are allowed to travel to any country and heartlessly speak their greed out, insulting and condemning  the very country which paid […]

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Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith’s Agenda

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

Dinesh Paiva  Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, the religious figure of the Sri Lankan Catholic Church, seems to be becoming something of a joke ever since he was appointed a cardinal by the Pope. He appears to have a assumed a new arrogance and is now running about trying to tell everyone else what they should be […]

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