January 11th, 2013 – Our Motherland At A Critical Moment
Posted on January 9th, 2013

Janaka Yagirala

January 11th 2013 is a critical day for our motherland. It is not a trivial impeachment of a corrupt Chief Justice. It is a pitch battle of the national and anti-national forces in post-LTTE Sri Lanka. They are the very evil forces who clamor for the “human rights” of the rightfully exterminated LTTE butchers but were stark silent when the LTTE massacred innocent pilgrims at worship in Anuradhapaura and at the Dalada Maligawa (the holiest site for Sinhalese Buddhists in Sri Lanka). When innocent men, women and children were killed by terrorist claymore mine at Kebitigollewa (during a peace process), the silence was no surprise. The same applied to all other occasions when countless innocent civilians lost their lives.

 The anti-national forces have formulated a new tactic in their campaign for regime change. Inspired by the “Arab Spring” (which backfired into a Winter with the empowerment of extremist Salafism) they counted on using social media based protests. The keystones of these protests in Sri Lanka are unscrupulous “professionals” such as those who are willing to let university students suffer for 3 months for an undeserved pay rise (under the guise of 6% GDP of course!) and the aptly named Hulfstdorp sharks, eager to suck the last cent out of their clients.

 In the name of all those brave young men and women who sacrificed their lives in the name of our motherland, in the name of all those heroes who have to live the rest of their lives with permanent injuries and disabilities as a result of braving the enemy bullet and last but not least in the name of all those people who lost loved ones due to the LTTE barbarians, we should ensure that this battle is won.The corrupt CJ who received a “discount” from embezzled Golden Key money should leave her post immediately.

 The anti-national forces should get the clear message that their evil tricks won’t work here despite the tons of foreign currency pumped into their veins. Similarly the current UPFA government should stop trying to live off the “political interest” of winning the war and take tangible measures to curtail corruption, nepotism and crime. It should also uplift the economy of the common people and get rid of the suicidal 13th Amendment.

 We should see that the hard won peace in our motherland endures for our future generations!

17 Responses to “January 11th, 2013 – Our Motherland At A Critical Moment”

  1. Sunil Vijayapala Says:

    Well said janaka and welcome to the forum. First time i read an article by you. Very rarely v read balanced writeups unless some who blindly follow this regime. We certainly need no regime change but we should get rid of all corrupt politicians who are internally destroying our country. After the publication of my letter on kudawa river mining thex have enhanced their operation. If i was in mahindas position i would put an end to this immediately. We had to go to unesco to stop road construction in sinharaja. This govt is destroying our country. Thi doesn’t mean we should slimy sleezy ranil. We should get rid of them all -its a tall order along with wahabis.

  2. Sunil Vijayapala Says:

    Above com correction – unless some should read unlike some

  3. Lorenzo Says:

    Today or tomorrow. These NGO funded judges must be taught a lesson in the own game.

    AFTER Shitrani, Sri Skandaraja the appeal court judge who gave the STUDIEST DECISION should be sacked.

    Today or tommorow’s voting will be a testing of water to see what happens when 13 amendment is brought up for vote.

  4. Dilrook Says:

    While agreeing there are anti-national elements trying to make use of the situation to regime change, we must also admit the self destructive approach of the government. The impeachment has a more sinister side.

    According to Article 38 (2) (a) (i) intentional violation of the Constitution by the President is a ground to remove the President from office. Although it cannot happen today because the ruling party holds a clear majority, the Opposition may wait for the right time to do so. If it happens just before the next presidential election, the situation will be highly chaotic. Nearing an election there will be many cross overs. It is a mathematical certainty UPFA cannot win the same number of seats in a future election. That means the opposition UNP will increase its seats. The trend therefore will be from UPFA to UNP by the next national election.

    The Speaker has discretion to turn it down if signed by less than two thirds of the parliament. However, since the Speaker is the President’s brother, such a move will be extremely unpopular.

    If it goes to the Supreme Court, it will surely decide the President intentionally violated the Constitution. Then the parliament will vote. However, it is still unlikely to succeed.

    Still from a political front, a person may petition the court seeking interpretation of the 2013 Writ and the illegality of subsequent action. The supreme court will throw in a difficult obstacle at this time to popularity of the president. This will be a huge political own goal at a time of a presidential election.

    Going ahead with the impeachment will have other repurcussions soon. Removal of the current Chief Justice will not legally remove her. The courts system and the bar association will continue to function under Shirani and refuse to recognise any new appointee (no legally conversant person will accept the post as it amounts to contempt of court). That will lead to a huge judicial crisis.

    From the Divineguma Bill to the current crisis, the government legal advisors have blundered at least 16 times. Their advice should be verified with others. It is the advisors who brought down many popular regimes.

  5. Lorenzo Says:

    OK. Lets say there is a CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS. So what? Will the country wait? NO!

    A constitutional crisis = THIS CONSTITUTION is useless to the country.

    Then there is a NECESSITY TO CREATE A NEW CONSTITUTION.

    Then the President will PROROGUE the parliament and appoint a CONSTITUTIONAL ASSEMBY to come up with a NEW CONSTITUTION.

    Fantastic!!!

    Then all these threats, CAN’T DO nonsense will be IRRELEVENT.

    13 amendment automatically GONE!!!

  6. lingamAndy Says:

    Janaka Yagirala
    The same applied to all other occasions when countless innocent civilians lost their lives.- You mean include May 2009 booming !

    13 amendment automatically GONE!!!- in your dream !!! keep it up ! 13A UNTOUCHABLE !!

  7. lingamAndy Says:

    Janaka Yagirala
    The same applied to all other occasions when countless innocent civilians lost their lives.- You mean include May 2009 booming !

    13 amendment automatically GONE!!!- in your dream !!! keep it up ! 13A UNTOUCHABLE !! until we achieve TE !

  8. Marco Says:

    Would someone please explain how Parliament can debate the Impeachment Motion when the PSC report has not been tabled in Parliament

  9. mjaya Says:

    We should get rid of this CJ ASAP.

    UNP did the right thing by not recognizing the Montessori verdict.

    Dilrook, the leeches will bow their heads to the new CJ. They need court cases to suck more blood.

    When private bus rowdies strike, wait for 3 days, when FUTA strikes, wait for 3 months, when leeches trike wait long enough until they run out of money…. they will definitely come back wagging their tails! Since court cases are guaranteed to last a century, waiting for the leeches isn’t an issue!

  10. mjaya Says:

    13A will definitely go! It will be flushed down the sewer with all related garbage!

  11. lingamAndy Says:

    mjaya
    13A will definitely go! It will be flushed down the sewer with all related garbage!- I fully Agrred it will go with Thamil Eelam soon !
    Already Indian Embasy opened in Yalpanam ( Capital of Thamil eelam ) !

  12. NeelaMahaYoda Says:

    Marco Asked:
    January 10th, 2013 at 4:54 am
    “Would someone please explain how Parliament can debate the Impeachment Motion when the PSC report has not been tabled in Parliament”
    PSC report was available for all the members to read it. The Speaker said if the members did not have adequate time to scrutinise the report, they could have raised it at the party leaders’ meeting.

  13. Lorenzo Says:

    Even if it were tabled, the WALK OUT FOOLS would have had a chance to read it!!

    That CLUMSY excuse failed!

    Today is the day. It is either SL or CJ.

    I will have a double Thaipongal celebration next week IF CJ is sacked before.

    But I will make sure to respect the “cows” as tradition. :))

  14. mjaya Says:

    Lorenzo, you can have a triple celebration!!!

    SL lost the one day match (sad) but won the most important match (elating!!!!)

    Now its time for Shirani to join Sarath Fonseka and form a new political party…….

    Party name the SLMTP – Sri Lanka Murunga Tree Party

    Party motto “For a quick rise and quicker fall”

  15. mjaya Says:

    Any other suggestions for the new Sarath-Shirani alliance are welcome! :D

  16. Lorenzo Says:

    But there is another disgusting Mervin Silva work. At this stage only an allegation. IF investigations lead to that joker, the govt. should sack him like Shitnari.

    Looks like someone made use of the ruffle with the CJ to kill people.

  17. Lorenzo Says:

    Now USA, UK and commonwealth crooks are begging the President not to sack CJ.

    This is a joke. What is their problem? This is an INTERNAL matter.

    SACK Shitrani and Sri Skandarajah.

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