Navineetham Pillay’s services as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights should be terminated for being a racially prejudiced person.
Posted on February 15th, 2012

By Charles.S.Perera

Navineetham Pillay a Tamil, has already taken her stand on the issue with regard to Sri Lanka Tamil terrorists, and therefore she cannot be objective, and cannot act as an Independent Commissioner of  the UN Human Rights Commission.

When I recently read in an article that, «”¦”¦.. Navi Pillai, “¦.started a “Tamil EELAM in Ceylon” movement, in South Africa when she was a teenager at high school.  »  I was hesitating  to quote it  as there was no mention of the source  of  the information.

But reading  the following reports  the extracts of which I have given below, I think I have reason to believe that she was as a poor school going teenager victimised for her poverty and the colour of her skin  was a « fan » of the Sri Lanka terrorists  :

Recently at a press conference,

« “¦”¦”¦”¦.. Pillay was asked by blogger Mathew Lee of Inner City Press what she thought about General Silva’s appointment. “It’s a matter of concern,” Pillay said in response. “The United Nations has very clear policies on vetting and this is part of the work that my office does,” she added.

“We keep a list of individuals who are suspected of committing human rights violations and I have addressed a letter of concern to the secretary-general about this individual,” the human rights chief said. »

I thought that it is most reprehensible  that a person who is the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights  makes such a seriously disrespectful statement  about, (i)  a Deputy Ambassador of a Member State of the United Nations, and  (ii) who is also a person selected to serve in the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Panel on Peace Keeping, by the Asia Group of countries.

She  has to be cautious about statements she makes in her position as the UNHCHR., and not make statments like Sampanthan of the Tamil National Aliance. After all General Shavendra Silva had been selected to the UNSG’s Advisory Panel by the UN Asia Group Member Sates.  Her irreverent  or more appropriately the « stupid »comment is an insult to the Asia Group of Countries who are Member States of the UN.

Navi Pillay spoke of United Nations having “very clear policies on vetting”.  But it is regrettable that these clear policies on vetting do not seem to have been followed in her appointment  to her position as the High Commissioner for the UN HRC.

Then examining  where this deep seated  prejudice  of this woman which is almost a hateful obsession against  Sri Lanka Sinhala Community and every one connected to Sri Lanka other than Tamils could come from, I found that this  depraved psychological  hatred is embedded in her mind as she had been from her childhood a victim of strong rabid apartheid of the South African Government and its Adminstration.

She has in many interviews mentioned difficulties she had as a Lawyer in the apartheid regime into which she was born, but nothing of her anti apatheid activities and thoughts about racism and apatheid prior to that.

In order to understand Navi Pillay’s  hatred towards Sri Lanka and her all out  efforts as the UNHCHR  to incriminate the President and the Armed Forces of Sri Lanka for violation of hulman rights and war crimes, we have to go into her past beyond her legal professional period.

She also has misunderstood terrorism for apartheid.  Apartheid is defined as  a social policy or racial segregation involving political and economic and legal discrimination against people who are not Whites.  In Sri Lanka there is neither apartheid nor racism.

She was born to a poor Tamil family of Indian origin in Clairwood  Durban, South Africa, in 1941.  Her  father was a bus driver  whose entire monthly wage was R5. 

In an interview to  Vino Reddy on 11 August, 2002 she had said, ”  We lived in Clairwood “¦”¦ a victim of race riots in 1949 and that’s what caused the fear on part of the residents of Clairwood, including my parents. With me, firstly, when I was six-years old I was the victim of robbery. My mother had given me my father’s entire monthly wages, which was R5 to take to him. He was a bus driver I was supposed to meet him at the corner and hand this money to him. Meanwhile he had not asked for the money it was his conductor who had planned that ruse and he grabbed the money from my hand off he went.

My mother beat me up for that. I don’t know why the victim gets beaten. Anyway, and I ended up giving evidence in court at the age of , (seven) six in the same Durban High Court where I many years later sat as a judge. And this individual was sentenced to three months imprisonment. But what really bugged me is that we didn’t get the R5 back and I felt so guilty as a child that I had caused the loss to my parents. “

That is when seeds of racial hatred was born in her.  She could not distinguish apartheid and racial difference.  In her mind as a six year old she despised the idea of being treated differently.  When she was old enough to understand , the terrorism in Sri Lanka of which she had heard , she understood it in personal terms as the Sinhala majority government a regime of apartheid and the Tamils, like she is in Durban , were victimised by the Sinhala Government and its Armed Forces.  That became therefore another cause she would be fighting later on in her life.

Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, an independent human rights group wrote after an interview with her : « While understandably cautious on her first day in the job, Ms Pillay says she sees her new role as returning to that of being an advocate.

“This is the only office at the UN to be fiercely uncompromising and independent about human rights standards. The commissioner is the voice of the victim everywhere.”

So when human rights groups and some American officials expressed scepticism before her appointment on Thursday, she said she was used to it. As a member of a minority from a poor Indian neighbourhood in apartheid-era South Africa, she was long kept from becoming a judge by the colour of her skin. For years, although she was a lawyer, she could not even sign a contract without her husband’s consent. »

She grew ap constatnly being a victime of the South African apartheid regime and this made  her a fanatic Tamil swearing to defend her people victimised by any one she thought wast racists, « The commissioner is the voice of the victim everywhere. »

Hence Navi Pillay’s statement to the press, « she had informed U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of her misgivings about General Shavendra Silva, Sri Lanka’s deputy U.N. ambassador, who commanded the Sri Lankan army’s 58th Division during the final assault against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in 2009 »

Navy Pillay because of her intense racial prejudice cannot look at a problem independent from her personal experience,and therefore she does not fit into the role of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

If we were to look further into her past through her own words in the interview to Vino Reddy as far back as 11 August, 2002,


we will understand better why she is not fit to Serve as the High Commissioner  in the UN Human Rights Commission.

She tells Vino Reddy :

«  I married Gaby Pillay. His full name is Paranjothi Anthony Pillay, and his background is he grew up in the Hlobane Mines, the colliery; so of course, his favourite food was the hard porridge that the miners used to eat. He spoke absolutely fluent, beautiful Zulu. And he was at the university with the help of his brothers because he was an orphan. And he started teaching and later became a lawyer and we ended up as partners in the same law firm. So we married in January 1965, he started teaching and I served two years of Articles with Mr NT Naicker who was the secretary-general of the African National Congress, here in Durban. »

Her life was thus shaped according to the circumstances that prevailed under apparteid. Her short stint working for the ANC further shaped her mind against apartheid and every form of  racial discrimination.  It is that which has stopped her from making a distiction between terrorism and a government’s inherent duty to use its Armed Forces to eliminate terrorists if they  do not agree to any approach for a peace settlement, and continue with   determination to win the cause for which they fight through use of « arms » and terrorising the country.

Then she goes on to say how she acquired experience in her work as a Lawyer, and found that suffering of people,  and how everything  was   basically  political : « Mr NT Naicker who was the secretary-general of the African National Congress, here in Durban. And he was banned and house-arrested, he could not leave his home, which meant that he sent me to cases in, outside Durban and to the rural areas. And I then picked up experience from day one, but also learnt firsthand the suffering of people and how everything was political. »

In her understanding that people’s suffering  is basically political, she  also understood terrorists Tamils in Sri Lanka  sujected to suffering by the « apartheid »  Sri Lanka Goverment as mere political victims.  That comes closer to US State Department’s view repeated by Robert O.Blake that there is no military solution to terrorism, but a political solution.

Again she says , « I learnt many lessons from the clients themselves. These rural farmers would explain to me why, on principle grounds, they would refuse to have their cattle dipped because I would say, “Why don’t you just dip your cattle in there and then you are over with this case.” And they would say no they would rather go to jail because the political movements had taken a stand on these issues and these poor farmers were paying huge sacrifices to stand by that principle.

She had never heard that the Tamils in Sri Lanka were never ever treated differently from others be it  by the Sri Lanka Government or by the Ordinary people from different Communities.  It was only the terrorists that  were « created » by the Indian RAW and let loose in the North of Sri Lanka that was treated “differently” as terrorists.

She explains her utter disappointment  being a  coloured Tamil growing up in apartheid South Africa.  Perhaps assuming all the Tamil people who are a minority in a country have the same problems as those she had  to suffer in apartheid South Africa.

« At high school some teachers discouraged me and they said you know “You can only become a lawyer if your father is very well to do; or if there are lawyers in your family. But you are a bus driver’s daughter you shouldn’t even think about that.” And when I completed my Articles under Mr NT Naicker then, of course, nobody would employ a young woman. And so I had triple burdens I was a woman, I was black, and I was poor. And so that’s why I started my own law practice. And I know that some colleagues said, “She’s very presumptuous to start a law practice.” So mainly, I think, what motivated me, and most of the other law students, is this injustice that we saw all around us. All the laws, which we regarded as immoral and unjust laws and that, we had to defend our people against those laws » 

The Tamils never suffered that much in Sri Lanka and Navi Pillay cannot assume that their suffering was equal to her’s, though the Tamils in the terrorist controlled areas had to suffer the most under terrorists. Now three years after they may  perhaps say that they were better off with the Terrorit Prbhakaran than  being a free people in  a peaceful Sri Lanka under the the Govrnment of the President Mahinda Rajapakse . 

At least that is what the TNA Tamil MPs are trying to put into the minds of the Tamil people in Sri Lanka.  There is nothing new in that,  in the West there are those who believe that  there was no hollocaust under Hitler and the Auschwuitz is a fabrication.

Then she speaks of her husband who was detained under the South Adfrican Terrorism Act of 1967 :

My husband Gaby Pillay was detained and so I went as a wife to the Security Police, shivering and weeping like any other wife, shocked by these events. Suddenly your husband is detained and the Security Police, I said to him, “Under what law are you detaining him?” Because as far as we knew, a person could only be detained for 48-hours and has to be brought to court after that. And the Security Policeman said to me: “You call yourself a lawyer, and you don’t know which law.” And then he wrote it down for me, that it was the Terrorism Act of 1967 or something. And as far as we were concerned that law was passed in Parliament – they said at the time in Parliament “to arrest infiltrators at the borders.” And here it was being used for ordinary people. It was first used to detain Winnie Mandela and a whole lot of people who had held meetings or called a street march, or something. Shanthi Naidoo, Winnie Mandela, all these people were detained and this was the second incident where the act was used for people who had held meetings. “

So much for the reason of her prejudice against Sri Lanka coming from her battle with apartheid in South Africa, and living with that prejudice accepting any one who goes against Tamils even if they are terrorists as a  case she should defend prosecuting even  governments that eliminate Terrorists who are  of Tamil origin, as war criminals.

Then there are criticism  of her  questionable sense of priorities as the High Commissioner for UNHuman Rights Commission,  investigated  and highlighted by the  UNWatch an Independent Human Rights group .  I give bellow  some of the  findings.


Ms. Pillay turned a blind eye to most of the world’s worst abusers. She made no statement on the human rights situations of 146 countries. She failed to voice any concern for victims in 34 countries rated “Not Free” by Freedom House””‚meaning those with the worst records, and the most needy victims. She failed to criticize another 50 countries rated “partly free” and 63 countries rated “free.” Among the countries not criticized: Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Cameroon, Congo (Brazzaville), CƒÆ’†’´te d’Ivoire, Cuba, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Gabon, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mauritania, North Korea, Oman, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.

There were 21 statements on countries in the Middle East and North Africa. However, of these, 9 were on Israel, the only democracy in the region.

 In an “unprecedented effort to engage” with the Arab countries, Pillay made a 10-day tour of the six Arab countries comprising the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) from April 17, 2010 to April 26, 2010.  Public statements during or in reference to this tour were largely positive and benign. While the High Commissioner did raise some human rights concerns, the discussion of human rights situations in those countries was largely muted. In instances when Pillay raised a human rights concern, she favored praising the country’s progress over naming recorded abuses or highlighting ongoing violations.


 In view of this scandalous attitude of  Mrs.Navi Pillay the UNHCHR,  the Secretary General of the United Nations in order to re organise the Adminitration of the UN to provide a justifiable Forum which evaluates  the activities of its Member States not with preconceived opinions , but with objective  investigations in dialog between  member states not taking  instructions or unsubstantiated evidence from outside organs and individuals who have their own Agenda.

In order to do that the UNSecretary General should in the first instance terminate the Services of Ms.Navi Pillay as the Commissioner of UNHuman Rights Commission for her evident prejudices with which she had grown up , which  continue to cloud her objective decision making capacity.

Whatever the sufferings she had undergone for being different through racism and apartheid, as the High Commissioner of  the august body of the UNHuman Rights Commission, she has to forget that past and perceive  world problems objectively without allowing them  to take the colour of her inner prejudices.  If she is unable to do so she should tender her resignation which is the most noble thing for her to do.

Sri Lanka was not playing any games with the Tamil terrorists.  Unknown to Navi Pillay, the terrorists of Sri Lanka had caused immense suffering to Tamil people of Sri Lanka themselves and the people of other Communities. 

The Tamil Alliance MPs who go round demanding retribution against  the Government of Sri Lanka for eliminating Sri Lanka terrorists, were the group of Tamils selected by the Sri Lanka terrorist leader Prbhakaran to represent not the TAMILS but the TERRORISTS in the Parlaiament to help the terrorists to partition Sri Lanka to form a separate Tamil Eelam State.

It is this  very same dream of the terrorist leader Prabhakaran that the TNA MPs lead by Sampanthan are trying to realise by putting the International Community against Sri Lanka.

The Armed Forces of Sri Lanka with Generals like Shevendra Silva did not fight poor unarmed Tamil rebels or freedom fighters.  General Shevendra Silva and the Armed Forces led by him were fighting trained well armed terrorist forces in a terrain  well known to them,  but unknown to the Sri Lanka Armed Forces who were  risking their lives every minute of their  Armed Operations . 

No military is clean and beautiful.  No military operation against terrorists, or a conventional war between armed forces of Sovereign States are free from death of civilians. That is why war is called “dirty”.  And victory depends on the number of deaths .  But exaggerating numbers of deaths is to cloud the issue and blame the winner without taking into account to defeat what sort of an enemy the war was fought.

No body cannot give the exact number of deaths. Why diminish the importance of victory , if through that victory peace has dawned and the people are gathering force to reap the benefit of victory which is to unite and swear never to have another war ?

Therefore, Navi Pillay should take note  before pointing her finger at General Shavendra Silva as ” this individual”, that for the Armed detachment led by General Shavendra Silva  the elimination of terrorists in Sri Lanka  was not a joyful walk over well define territories  shooting at pleasure killing unarmed terrorists and civilians.  Today General Shavendra Silva undoubtedly regrets all those deaths as any one else,  but he was only doing his duty to protect his country and his people against a ruthless group of TERRORISTS.

But Navi Pillay,  if she is through her prejudice using her position as the High Commissioner of the UNHRC, to take revenge agaist a heroic Soldier who helped to eliminate terrorism  from Sri Lanka, and accuse Sri Lanka Armed Forces for war crimes she is failing in her duty as the High Commissioner of the UNHRC, which is a highly esteemed position which should remain unspoilt by personal prejudices of any.

15 Responses to “Navineetham Pillay’s services as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights should be terminated for being a racially prejudiced person.”

  1. stanley perera Says:

    My dear Chales,
    We are splitting our hair defending our soldiers and the GoSL. Minister Samarasinghe instead of adressing to the points raised by Pillai woman, GoSL together with Minister Samarasinghe should lodge a complaint with the UNO of Pillai’s personnel vendetta against Sri Lanka. I wonder GoSL or Samarasinghe has the time to read your well reseachered article. It is an excellent attack on the prejudiced Pillai. Charles is a good ambassador. But GoSL or Samarasinghe don’t care too hoots.

  2. Kit Athul Says:

    Mr. Stanly Perera, Please print this and mail it to Lalith Weerathunga Temple Trees, Colombo. With your comments. I am sure it will be received by Samarasinghe. We mut start a grass roots movement to get this woman out.

  3. dhane Says:

    Navi Pillay Indian Tamil was Born: 1941.
    Education: University of Natal (BA & LLB); Harvard University (Masters and Doctorate in human rights and international law ). She is 71 years old lady. With due respect its time for her to retire without making any more mess!

  4. stanley perera Says:

    If the GoSL said they have no confidence on Pillai then she will be discarded like a trash. GoSL must register its objections to the reporting of Pillai woman. Once that motion is brough before the UNO, Pillai woman will be humiliated in public. Moon to be urged to discpline this woman or remove he from the responsible position. In doing so GoSL must get the backing from our friends China, Russia and Pakistan. A motion must be presented to that fool Moon. Samarasinghe is doing a good job. But that is not good enough. Attack the trouble maker.

  5. S de Silva Says:

    Well, this woman’s lifespan in the UNHC is going to be over by 1 Sept this year. But SL must gear up to vehemently object to her presence for NOT being impartial as her vital job demands but being partial to the Tamils because of clearly her own Tamil ethnicity and try to have her removed forthwith.. SL must at the very least have a plan to block any extensions being granted for her stay beyond September 2012. Sadly, I hope I am wrong, but I do not have much faith at the moment in the GoSL’s competency to handle this like so many other current issues. I sincerely hope that those readers of Lankaweb in a position to do something with those in power in SL give a helping hand …….S de Silva – London

  6. gamunu6 Says:

    As some of your readers, commentators have said, UN Human Rights commissioner should be impartial in her comments & actions visa – vee Sri lanka.

    Ones childhood pronouncements & actions always reflect the true feelings & ideology of a person, holding public offie. It is high time our readers, interlectuals combined efforts & get President HE Rajapaksha involved in questiong N. Pillai’s impartiality.

    Not a word about USA involvement in Iraq, Afganistan, Libya and many other adventures, by entering a Sovereign state of Pakistan & killing a terrorist. What has she being doing EXCEPT BASH Srilanka on every oppotunity she gets. Now she is concerned about Syria. Then it will IRAN.. and list goes on.

    Why is this woman so hell bent on Tarnishing Sri lanka, when attrocities of western nations in the name of human rights go unpunished. Is is because her TAMILNESS or lack of knowledge & empathy to other human beings EXCEPT Tamils.

    Sri lanka tamils constitues ONLY 4.2% of the total population of 21 M. So what RIGHTS do they want when other minorities such as MUSLIMS amke up 7 or more %, and Burghers etc. Those rights, equalty granted to tamil language & other benefits should be withdrawn forthwith. Anymore concessions should NOT be granted, many should be asked to assimilate & learn Sinhalese. the language of the majority.

    It is a good idea to get like minded Sri lankans of all ethinicities to form a group and fight this Tamil menace once and for all.

    Get not only Sri lankans in Sri lanka, but expats as well. They will always help when Unified action is taken & when they too are involved. People like Charles Perera, HLD Mahindapala, Shenali Wadue & many others could joing hands and present a formidable opposition to DENY any more concessions.

    13 + or minus ammendment should be abolished. CEPA trade pact with India should be put on hold. Any Indian businessperson/s coming to sri Lanka, our paradise, MUST be sent back after their visa expires. Too many Indians are in our soil, that breads separatism, control of finance & politics by NGOs, non nationals etc are creating problems in Sri lanka.

    Just expressing my views on N. Pillai and her community in Sri lanka…………~ Gamunu Alahakkone,Retd Engr~ Canada

  7. Christie Says:

    Hon UNHCR Indian colonial parasite Navi Pillai is from South Africa. For these Indian colonial parasites their hosts are fair game. She is a Tamil like Tamils elsewhere. Tamils in Durban paid for her education.
    It is rumored that this woman was shown the UNSG’s three person report before it was given to UNSG. Behind all these are India and Indian colonial parasites.
    Vijay Nambiar the UN senior office boy is another Indian who is scheming against the non Indians of the island nation.
    Ms Yasmin Sooka is another Indian colonial parasite from South Africa. She is one of the UNSG’s report writer on the island nation. She should have declined as she is an Indian colonial parasite and hates their hosts. I am sure one of these two women were going around the world in 1984 calling King Buthelezi “that little animal” after Zulus attacked Indian colonial parasites and wrecked Mohadas Karamchand’s (Popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi).in1984.
    Colonial parasites in South Africa are a privileged lot like in other parts of the Indian Empire. These parasites congress as envisaged by their god father Mohandas Karamchand..

  8. Rohan8 Says:

    Well Said. Charles S. Perera.

  9. LankaLover Says:

    Great article from Charles.. Keep writing and expose these people on LTTE PayRoll. Hilary Clinton received LTTE funds, and from then onwards she started driving the resources of the US State Department to harass Sri Lanka for her personal gains. Navi Pillai and Bank-Moon both got their strengths from Hilary’s support. These two individuals are managed by US, and they do what Hilary wants. Simple as that. Navi Pillai does know only to repeat what LTTE asks her to repeat.

  10. douglas Says:

    Very commnedable presentation. However, we have written and spoken enough. Yet we do not see the Big Powers are listening and the do go about with a free hand in harassing the poor nations. For that purpose and to acheive their ends they have put in place these unscrupulous people in various world organizations to purely to protect their interests. As at date the very world orgainization called the UNO is filled with such personnel and its administration headed by a stooge is a puppet dancing to the pulling of stirngs of the Big Powers.

    In my previous comments on very many occasions on other presentations, have stressed the need to “Bell the Cat” and take appropriate and meaningful action to bring these “Puppets” to book, through other organizations or by member countries of the UNO. But unfortunately, some with hidden agendas, gave “thumbs down” in the ratings of such comments and the need of the hour was downplayed very much.

    Anyway I am glad at least now the people had seen the silver lining of the dark cloud which sorrounds the small nations and countries. It is time to do something meaninful and voice our concerns and rally together to bring these unscrupulous personnel in high positions to book and clean the stable. We can no longer continue with “talk only”, but “action” is very vital to the very survival of our small nations and countries.

  11. stanley perera Says:

    Mudali, please don’t insult the patriotic Sri Lankans calling them Sinhala fools. A fool canot even imagine of writing a wonderful article like Chales. Charles may be a catholic, but wahat significance it has with his article? Buddhist Sinhalese are the most fair mided, careing and human compassionate people who are hammered by their own people and by the minorities. These so called Sinhalese fools are the ones who fought shoulder to shoulder with the GoSL and the forces to keep the country in tact. They are only attacking the racist Tamils and not all the Tamils. Not only the Tamils, anybody who attack the Country. They feel for their country against the racist bullies. Therefore Mudali, please withdraw your insulting Language. It may be a slip out of the tounge. Still that language hurts the patriotic Sri Lankans. They are doing an honorary job. A no thank you job. Some are professional journalists and others are patriotic writers like myself. But I do not undermine your contribution to this web site. Constructive criticism is necessary. That is the freedom of speech. Thank you Mudali.

  12. Charles Says:

    Thank you Stanley.

    Yes some times we do get angry because we are so helpless and remain spectators when our country is being dragged into an abyss.

    We at last see great changes taking place in Sri Lanka , but what are UNP, JVP and TNA doing ?

    They are plotting against the country and the people to get political power back into their hands. They do not seem to understand that they are only helping the foreigners to break up our country and keep it under-developed.

    If the opposition parties unite and help the Government to go ahead with the development projects that have been launched it will only help our people. May be there is corruption and may be that the Government is not always doing things correctly, but then our priority should be to protect our country from the foreign forces working according to an agenda of the pro-terrorist diaspora to disrupt development and divide the country.

    We can only write and plead or perhaps file action against the TNA( as Stanley is trying to do).

    Yes TNA which is trying to carry out the plan of the terrorists, putting forward proposals knowing very well that the government will not accept them.

    Lorenzo has explained correctly that the Tamils even if they are progressive cannot get rid of their Tamilness, and easily get hurt when that Tamilness seems to be at stake.

    I can therefore understand Mudali, but I admire his guts to come amoung us to declare what he feels.

    Whether I am Catholic or Buddhist is unimportant what is important is that we get together to keep our country undivided, and our people united.

  13. Fran Diaz Says:

    Ms Navi Pillai acts on orders from the ‘top’. This suits her Tamil only agenda very well. She is supported at the UN by people like Radhika Coomaraswamy from time to time.

    Our question is : Cannot Tamil upgrading be done without lies, cheat & deceit ?

  14. Christie Says:

    What we see in Navi Pillai, Yasmin sooka, Vijay Nambiar and other Indians and Indian colonial parasites are colonialism and imperialism. We all are racist but not all are imperialists aor colonialists.

    Non Indians in Ceylon and non Indians in other Indian colonies should wake up and undestand thaeir plight under Indian colonialism and imperialism.

    The British are gone and it is time for the Indians to go, at least accept their crimes.

  15. A. Sooriarachi Says:

    Even if these articles are not read and acted upon those in power (actually if our diplomats are competent, they should know all this by now), it is good for the readers of this page to be enlightened about the reasons for the pathetically abnormal behaviour patterns in NaviPillai and the like. This way the message will get around at least by word of mouth from person to person. At the beginning I could not understand Navi Pillai’s extreme bias in favour of Tamil terrorists. Having read similar articles, I feel she must have imagined Prabakaran to be a genuine freedom fighter (instead of the monster he was) and regreted there was no such tamil freedom fighter in South Africa during her childhood years. Probably she is now in denial and would not accept the Tigers were terrorists who treated Tamil children worse than the apartheid regime in South Africa. Her background shows she clearly has lost her ability to be objective when it comes to issues relating to Tamils. In fact she is rude when refering to persons she has targeted to place in trouble. Minister Samarasinghe certainly knows all this. She must go and this is the message that we must carry at least by word of mouth in the countries we live in. So thank you Mr Charles Perera for taking time and effort to disseminate this valuable information.

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