LONDON’S GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER SAYS FONSEKA RELEASE LINKED WITH US DEMAND
Posted on May 21st, 2012

By Walter Jayawardhana

London’s Guardian newspaper indicated that the release of the former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka had a link with the demand of the United States from Sri Lanka to have a better record of human rights and release Fonseka.

In a news item on the issue the Guardian said, “The United States regards Fonseka as a political  prisoner and has repeatedly said he should be freed. At a meeting in Washington on Friday,(May 18 )the secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, called on Sri Lanka‘s foreign minister to address human rights issues.

The newspaper said, “The move, confirmed by government spokesmen, is an apparent attempt to quell international criticism of the government’s human rights record before a series of key visits by foreign officials and trips by the president over the summer, including to the London Olympics.”

2 Responses to “LONDON’S GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER SAYS FONSEKA RELEASE LINKED WITH US DEMAND”

  1. aravinda Says:

    Are they planning “CHILE part 2”?

    Mahinda to play Allende, and Fonseka to play Pinochet?

    CIA played this drama in Ecuador (Rolidos), Chile(Allende), Panama (Torrijos Herrera), Iran ( Mosseadegh), Congo (Lumumba) and the list is endless. All these nations have enormous unexplored wealth. Normally Americans target countries with mineral or strategic wealth.

    This is how CIA/Americans work.

    First they try to destroy the economy.

    Second option is support a terrorist movement to disable the economy.

    Third option is assassinate the Nations Leader and install a puppet.

    When all three options fail, direct military intervention.

    First two have failed, they will now go for the third option. All Sri Lankans should keep their eyes open.

  2. LankaLover Says:

    LTTE bribes bought Hilary…! She abuses US State Department resources to destabilize Sri Lanka for her personal gains to payback her sponsoring LTTE fronts.

    The Puppet was sponsored to contest for Sri Lankan elections, but lost… it was a temporary setback.

    Now again, the puppet is out!

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