John Baird: Killing of children in Houla, Syria
Posted on May 30th, 2012

Asoka Weerasinghe Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario . K1J 6G1 Canada

30 May 2012

Hon. John Baird, MP., P.C.

Minister of Foreign Affairs, House of Commons, Ottawa.

 My”¦My”¦John, how times have changed.

I watched yesterday’s Question Period on CPAC, and how righteous you looked and spoke for all of Canada, when you said that “Targeting civilians, especially executing children, is absolutely intolerable and inexcusable.“  You were referring to the killing of 108 adults and children in the Syrian town of Houla on May 27, and you had expelled the Syrian diplomats in retaliation for these killings.

That statement saddened me and I felt a dart of anger pierce my heart and venom spout out of my cart-wheeling eyes with anger at the Canadian Government.  Not because you had expelled the Syrian diplomats for the killing of children in Houla, but that the Canadian Government didn’t care two  puffy-farts when the Tamil Tigers, fed with extorted  green Canadian dollars by the  separatist Tamil Diaspora to buy arms, killed innocent Sinhalese mothers sleeping with infants cradling at their bosoms and children sleeping wanting to wake up at sun rise to go out and play, sneaked at night into their adobe huts with machetes and AK47 and shot and hacked them to death.  And they died at Dollar and Kent farms on November 30, 1984, just like those in Houla.

I was spitting anger at you parliamentarians of not long ago, who couldn’t care two puffy-farts when the Tamil Tigers plucked infants from their young Sinhalese mother’s arms and dashed them on rocks to watch with joy ketchup blood oozing from their split skulls.  You know John, these Sinhalese infants who were killed by the Tamil Tigers were children of the same God as those of the Syrian children killed at Houla.  I ask you as Canada’s spokesperson, why is this sudden surge of humanitarian righteousness?

You know John, there was no whimper heard coming out of the Lester B. Pearson Building, when 31 child novice Buddhist monks who were pulled out of a bus, shot, chopped and killed on 2 June 1987 at Aranthalawa in Ampara, in the East of Sri Lanka.  You parliamentarians couldn’t care two farts when it were the Ottawa’s Vietnamese Buddhists who demonstrated  along Sussex Drive, opposite Lester B. Pearson Building wanting you all to condemn this killing.  But there wasn’t a whimper from you all.

My”¦my”¦how times have changed Canada.  And yet you and Prime Minister Stephen Harper seems upset that the Sri Lankan Government whipped the butts of the Tamil Tigers and eliminated them militarily of 19 May 2009 after they haemorrhaged Sri Lanka for 27 bloody years with claymore mines, Kalashnikovs,  and 388 suicide bombs, and you go to the UN Security Council and do your little song and dance lambasting Sri Lanka. 

Wow!…Man.  I am a Sinhalese Sri Lankan-Canadian and a Conservative to boot and it hurts me in my heart’s core, and yet I have stood up in attention and sung “O Canada! my home and native land”¦”, just like you would as a true Canadian.

Sincerely,

Asoka Weerasinghe

One Response to “John Baird: Killing of children in Houla, Syria”

  1. A. Sooriarachi Says:

    When we know that these Canadian politicians and their side kicks in the AI, HRW, ICJ etc are shamelessly deceiving the citizens of Canada and the international community, with their double speak, condemning the Syrian regime on one hand whilst embracing the Tiger terrorists who committed worst crimes for 30 long years and now masquerading under different names, are we to believe the version of these politicians that it was the Syrian regime that committed this latest crime and not the merceneries introduced to the country and armed by western nations, in their haste to destabilise yet another middle eastern muslim nation? According to a retired US general the destabilisation of middle easterm muslim nations were planned as far back as 1991 and what commenced with Iraq will move on till more middle eastern nations are destroyed – including their so called friends in Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

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