Sri Lanka should sever connections with Tamil Nadu immediately
Posted on March 19th, 2013

Asada M Erpini

Sri Lanka that liberated nearly 300,000 Tamil civilians from the clutches of a so-called Tamil leader and liberator, who, on the contrary, was using the Tamil civilians as a human shield against the Sri Lankan government’s war of liberation is being hounded out at every possible forum, regional as well as international, as having committed war crimes. Foremost among those who lead the anti-Sri Lanka gangs are the Tamil politicians in Tamil Nadu such as Karunanidhi, Jayalalitha and Vaiko.

 Emboldened by the stand adopted and the statements made by the Tamilian leaders in Tamil Nadu, who want the rest of the world to believe that they are spending all their energies to ensure that Sri Lanka’s Tamils get equal rights as the members of the Sinhala population, the supporters of Tamil Eelam, LTTE and other such boisterous elements in Tamil Nadu have now started manhandling or physically attacking anyone or anything connected to Sri Lanka.

 On 18 March, a Buddhist monk who was travelling from New Delhi through Chennai was attacked by Tamilian thugs in Tamil Nadu. Prior to that, another Sri Lankan Buddhist monk, who had been living in New Delhi for over one and a half years, but who was unfortunate enough to embark on a visit Tanjavur and Tiruchi on a study tour with his fellow students, was singled out and manhandled.

 The premises of the Mihin Lanka agent and those of Bank of Ceylon in Tamil Nadu were destroyed by unruly elements some time back. A Tamil relative of the President of Sri Lanka had to cut short his visit and return to Sri Lanka because of the threats by Tamilians in Tamil Nadu.

 The open hostilities that the Tamilians in Tamil Nadu have been engaged against Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka are numerous, and go far beyond the few listed above. Sri Lankans should with no further delay stop all dealings with Tamil Nadu. One finds it difficult to understand how or why many of the so-called Buddhists in Sri Lanka consider it proper to visit many Hindu temples in Tamil Nadu to “ƒ”¹…”receive blessings’ from Hindu gods. In addition to the expectation of favours from gods, especially of another religion, being ludicrous, to continue to visit places where they get assaulted is the height of absurdity.

 Sri Lanka can survive without the patronage and any commercial dealing with Tamilians in Tamil Nadu. Some Sri Lankans may even venture out to state that Sri Lanka could be a cleaner and less smelly country without the typical Tamilian of Tamil Nadu visiting the emerald isle.

 All that Sri Lanka has been doing for the past many years and decades is to turn the other cheek when it got slapped on the right.

 

 

 

4 Responses to “Sri Lanka should sever connections with Tamil Nadu immediately”

  1. Senevirath Says:

    Asada said about tamil nadu not about Jaffna tamils’ Tamil nadu is one of the most uncleaned country in the world.They are trying to clean even the low cast people because they are spiritualy uncleanen. Shame

  2. Senevirath Says:

    correction
    Spiritualy unclean

  3. Fran Diaz Says:

    Sever connections with Tamil Nadu till they reform : YES

  4. Lorenzo Says:

    ALL the narcotics to SL come from Tamil Madu.
    ALL illegal immigrants to SL come from Tamil Madu.
    ALL dirty songs, dirty films come to SL from Tamil Madu (They only have dirty films.)
    ALL terrorists came to SL from hiding in Tamil Madu.
    ALL the dirt in SL come from Tamil Madu.

    Sever ties with Tamil Madu now. It will do SL HEAPS of good.

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