‘Roll of Honour’ of Tamil immigrants: 24 out of 26 arrested in Canada for fraud are Tamils!
Posted on November 30th, 2012

 Asada M Erpini

The Durham Regional Police investigation, referred to in Lankaweb on 29 November, should be an eye opener to the human rights propagandists, and more so for the Canadian Prime Minister who wants his counterparts from other countries to boycott the Commonwealth Heads Meeting that is scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka in 2013. The LTTE remnants and their supporters (GTF, TRO, TGTE, etc.), furthermore, should get the names of all the “¦lingams, “¦moorthys, “¦pillais, .. rajahs, etc. who have been arrested engraved on brass plaques to be fixed at their Head Offices and for display at their charity events.

Additionally, the Global Tamil Forum, the so-called Trans National Government of Tamil Eelam (or whatever it is) and many other groups that carry impressive and innocent-sounding names (for instance, Tamils Against Genocide and Tamil Rehabilitation Organisation) have enough reason to be proud of what their brethren have been able to achieve in the “ƒ”¹…”promised land’ of Canada. The long list of names of the accused such as Sithamparanathan, Indrakumaran, Ravindran sound more as if they have been taken off a voters’ list from Jaffna in Sri Lanka rather than of people having to do anything with Scarborough or any other region in far off Canada. The Canadian officials are unlikely to treat the escapades of the accused as the work of innocent refugees: at least now they will see the true colours of the illegal immigrants, with nearly everyone being probably of Sri Lankan origin.

Sri Lanka has many pithy sayings. Among the many in Sinhalese, the language of the majority “”…” it is unlikely that English has anything to come even close to it – the apt one in this situation as far as Canada is concerned is “Ahaka inna nayi sarama asse dagena, kanavo, kanavo kiyala den ke gagahanava“ (Loosely translated, it means “After putting under one’s sarong snakes that had been minding their own business, one shouts now “ƒ”¹…”I am being bitten, I am being bitten'”).

Most Sri Lankans can feel only sorry for Canada and its self-seeking politicians, and many other rich nations that openly welcomed the bogus refugees, in the process giving a bad name to Sri Lanka. Canada heads the list, as it is one of the best countries to live, with a high Quality of Life Index, and which has become a magnet for immigrants, both the law-abiding and the illegal.

The First Nation people of Canada are the true owners of Canada, and they never invited the Caucasians to invade their country and “ƒ”¹…”modernise’ them. They took from the land and the sea only what they needed for survival, and lived harmoniously with Mother Nature. Rather sadly, the average First Nation person, according to reports, leads a life that is of a standard that is far below the life styles of the Caucasian immigrants, or of even the illegal immigrants who forced themselves on Canada during the past two or three decades.

Instead of worrying about the back-home “ƒ”¹…”sufferings’ of gangs of bogus Tamil refugees and criminals who landed in Canada after using every ruse to get out of Sri Lanka, the Canadian government and the human rights crusaders should spend their energy on helping the real Canadians. But the attraction of the block vote or the filthy lucre of the Tamil illegal immigrants and their supporters based in Scarborough and Toronto is too much of a temptation for these individuals and groups to concern themselves with the more deserving causes.

The writer is not ready to paint every Tamil with the same brush. There are a few in Sri Lanka and even in Canada who love Sri Lanka and would detest the anti-Sri Lanka propaganda and the activities of the bogus Tamil refugees. At the zenith of this group was the late Mr. Lakshman Kadirgamar, Minister of External Affairs, an illustrious son of the island nation, who paid the ultimate price at the hands of a LTTE sniper because of his desire to be a true Sri Lankan.

 

 

 

One Response to “‘Roll of Honour’ of Tamil immigrants: 24 out of 26 arrested in Canada for fraud are Tamils!”

  1. S de Silva Says:

    Asada – well, better say like “poking the Tamil snakes in Harper’s underpants” – Sounds much better!! –
    S de Silva – London

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