Sri Lanka’s sympathy for the murdered British soldier
Posted on May 24th, 2013

Shenali D Waduge

All Sri Lankans are united in extending their sympathies to the family of 25 year old British army officer Drummer Lee Rigby who was cut and chopped to death in broad daylight by 2 Islamic protestors who were allowing themselves to be taped and gave a message to the world that beckons us to review the status quo of all conflicts that prevail round the world and necessitates the general public of all countries to stand up to their Governments and  their local representatives and say “we do not want wars and conflicts, stop manufacture and sale of arms, we don’t not want extremists to be armed to advance our political agendas, we do not want to be victims any more of “eye for an eye” policy which is what the killing was all about.

The President of the powerful nation of America and the nation that once the sun never went down on can come before its people and make the most emotional of speeches but it cannot hide some home truths and it is these home truths that are now finding their nemesis cutting short the lives of innocent people like Drummer Rigby whose life ended abruptly.

There are many Drummer Rigby’s round the world “”…” it is not ONLY the West that can weep.

There are many 2 year old Jack’s round the world too “”…” who have no one to call father.

Our politicians are failing us every day. Instead of finding nicer ways to bring up the economies of nations, the standard of living and the sustainability that we owe to the Earth as citizens of the planet, we are destroying it by engaging in nuclear arsenal, chemical weapons, scientific experiments that put to the dustbin every value and good thoughts religions of the world promote, we are polluting the environment with man-made creations that are slowly but surely going to blow up in our face and destroy the only planet where humans live and can live.

The people of the West are blinded because their media relay information that hides the truth about what their governments did, are doing and will do in the future. Many of these people appear to think that the entire world is their enemy and everyone other than their governments are terrorists. This is a notion that has been incrementally fed to them by their media. There are only a handful of journalists who dare to speak the truth in the West all others are essentially gagged on what they can say “”…” so much for media freedom. But that is the truth “”…” they know it but there is the faƒÆ’†’§ade of “human rights” and “democracy” to promote because these slogans have been the footsoldiers to upstage and upset nations and national leaders.

The eye for an eye policy has been brought upon the West by their own actions. This is certainly not the way to go but the greater meaning behind this is for Obama and Cameron and the Christian EU nations to seriously evaluate to wonder whether their multicultural experiment has not brought the enemy home. When one’s freedom fighter is the other’s terrorist we can understand why the UN remains a ceremonial entity and nothing but a job bank and nothing else.

When the very powerful nations of the world manufacture arms and depend on its sale “”…” these arms need to have a demand, that demand is created to kick start a supply and that demand and supply needs conflicts. Are we surprised when there is no end to conflicts, are we also surprised that illegal arms manufacturers also exist using the logic that if governments can make profits selling arms and creating conflicts why can’t they? But there are also governments that make double profits by arming both sides of a conflict! Those involved in the conflicts who know the real game also get their commissions on a chessboard that really ends up fooling the masses. In the international arms trade “roughly $2.5 billion a year is paid in bribes, nearly a tenth of turnover

Therefore, to do what Sri Lanka did calls for a lot of pluck whilst naturally upsetting the equilibrium that existed “”…” an entire chain of people got affected monetarily and other wise.

The negotiators and the peace talkers are simply part of that chain because it secures their existence and to this basket we shall put the human rights organizations as well “”…” their job is to create Stockholm Syndrome type situations.

Of the 100 arms manufacturing companies 75 are Western (41 American / 34 West European). The 3 largest arms manufacturers are all US – Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Boeing. Their combined revenues account for 1% of the United States’ $10 trillion GDP. Overseas weapons sales by the United States totaled $66.3 billion in 2011, or more than three-quarters of the global arms market, valued at $85.3 billion in 2011. Russia was a distant second, with $4.8 billion in deals. From 1998 to 2001, the USA, the UK, and France earned more income from arms sales to developing countries than they gave in aid. In 2003, The United States transferred weaponry to 18 of the 25 countries involved in active conflicts. 20 of the top 25 US arms clients is declared by the US State Department as violators of human rights!

The newest trend has been to outsource terror to Islamic extremist groups who are degrading the Prophets teachings by applying a new version of how the Muslims should live under Sharia laws they create. We cannot accept that a universal religion like Islam would advocate killing of people unless the British created Wahhabi cults are defacing Islam. They are carrying out an agenda targeting the Muslim world on the one hand while the West plunders nations occupies those that are of strategic interest whilst it does not mind leaving the rest to the Wahhabis to turn to Sharia nations. These  exported-imported rebels unleashed in countries currently face a wave of Islamic extremism and end up in battle with the rest of the world wondering why Muslims are killing each other. There is a bigger story in this and a little bit of research will reveal the true story. It was these imported extremists that created the Arab Spring on behalf of the West, created Kosovo, supposedly “liberated” Iraq and Libya and who now rule Egypt with Egyptians now realizing their folly.

The West in cahoots with these extremists must be told by the people of the world that we think these Western governments anything but democratic and these extremists anything but followers of Prophets Islam.

Not many Muslims would like to accept the connivance of the West in particular the British in creating the Wahhabi cult targeting the Muslims but within this hate conundrum it is not unusual to find many people like the men who killed Drummer Rigby because they are unable to trace the links to the connections that exist between democracy and extremists.

Much as we sympathize with Drummer Rigby and his family who mourn his untimely death what Premier Cameron and President Obama needs to understand is that behind their eloquent speeches a totally new game takes place covertly and overtly. So when they declare their desire for nations to be democratic “”…” what they really mean is entirely the opposite. Whenever nations rise following a democratic way “”…” the West goes and destroys it. Democratically elected governments are overthrown or rebel groups are armed to destabilize these nations or dictators are installed instead. When democracy could have prevailed in the Muslim world “”…” the West made sure it didn’t. The people who could have introduced democracy, freedom and human rights were killed “”…” Congo’s Patrice Lumumba is the best example.

The West is guilty of making a bad thing worse “”…” instead of allowing people of sovereign nations to elect and choose their leaders the West interferes to elect people who will serve only the West. Should we be surprised that there are over 12billion ammunitions (almost 2 for every person living on earth).

If the West were to ask itself “Did we create these monsters?” “”…” the answer is why the West is today hated.

Unless the people of the West is aware of the ACTIONS by the West that create these REACTIONS “”…” the world will continue to fail to find the root cause to the world’s ills.

World disorder needs to end. We need to return to fundamentals. The craving for power, money is turning people into inhumans.

The people of every country must finally tell their politicians that diplomacy is not destroying fellow nations. Good will and good ethics need to prevail. Profiting from arms manufacture and waging conflicts must stop.

 

 

6 Responses to “Sri Lanka’s sympathy for the murdered British soldier”

  1. Sri Rohana Says:

    For one soldier whole Britain and western media poured tears equal to Thames river water. Way they cried I felt like in world history this was the first and only soldier’s death? The reason is a white killed by an African?
    Who cried for millions of Africans when British invaders killed them? Who cried for Africans during British slave trade? Who cried for Africans during British colonial apartheid era?
    With Sri Lanka’s experience we too have issues on Brits. Same Britain trained tamil terrorist second in command Anton Balasingham in British High Commission in Colombo and still tamil terrorist’s female suicide unit leader Adela Balasingham lives in London. Adela motivated tamil female suicide members to kill many Sri Lanka soldiers and one of her member killed Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on a political meeting.
    During tamil terrorist war more than 26,000 Sri Lankan soldiers killed by world most ruthless terrorists group trained and financed by India, Britain and Norway. If they have such a pain on one soldier how deep our pain on 26,000 Sri Lankan war heroes.
    British defence minister and Prime minister justify the shooting for two Africans had with knives. If so what is wrong of our war heroes to shot the terrorists leaders in 2009 who armed with most modern heavy artillery.

  2. dingiri bandara Says:

    Shenali,
    You the nail right on the head.
    The weapons manufacturers and arms dealers do not peace in other countries. They want armed conflicts so that they can make profit. If there are no armed conflicts. these companies go out of business. When a conflicts stops in one they do anything to start one somewhere else. They will somehow supply weapons to all sides.
    It is up to the UN to put a stop to this but as it is known it will never happen. After all what is the UN. It is controlled by the same people who are involved in these activities. They are only goo at harassing the poor nations.

  3. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

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  4. Ananda-USA Says:

    Shenali,

    Should we not advise the British Government to DEVOLVE POWER IMMEDIATELY, in some affluent part of Britain that its current residents are kindly required to vacate, to the “banned British radical group al-Muhajiroun” of which the Michael Adebolajo is a committed member?

    After all, in Millibanda’s mind, these guys too should be “Freedom Fighters” walking in the footsteps of the Murderous Tamil Tigers who sliced and diced thousands of law-abiding Sri Lankan citizens in the dead of the night?

    If powerful British politicians of all stripes can defend acolytes of the Tamil Tigers today, why should they not hail Michael Adebolajo as a hero and DEVOLVE POWER to his group?

    I propose handing over WALES to these wonderfully deserving, yet totally oppressed, people. After all, we have to be EVEN-HANDED in all of our dealings with “freedom fighters” … don’t we?

  5. Ananda-USA Says:

    Sri Lanka will RUE THE DAY when it dismantled its Army Camps in Jaffna.

    Instead, these camps and HEAVY Army presence in Jaffna should be MADE PERMANENT and MAINTAINED INDEFINITELY where Tamil Separatism raised its UGLY MURDEROUS HEAD.

    Let owners of the land be COMPENSATED FAIRLY by the GOSL, but the Army should not move out!

    ………….
    Sri Lanka Army to remove camps in Jaffna and to establish an Army colony

    ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    May 25, Colombo: Sri Lanka Army Commander Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya has said that the plans are afoot to set up a new Army colony in Jaffna peninsula.

    The official told the Sunday Sinhala newspaper, The Divaina that only three camps would be kept in the peninsula and the rest of the camps would be withdrawn. The withdrawn camps are to be relocated in the Army colony.

    The lands where the camps are presently established would be returned to the legal owners, the Army Commander said.

    The new Army colony will be established in the Palaly area where the defense forces headquarters and the airport is situated. The Kankasanthurai naval harbor will also be established in the colony.

    The government has decided to acquire 6,381 hectares of the land in Jaffna that is now being used as High Security Zones permanently and to pay compensation to the owners of the land. The government has allocated Rs. 400 million to pay the land owners.

    According to the government, the lands in the High Security Zones of Weligamam North in the Palaly and Kankasanthurai (KKS) areas are to be acquired for the expansion of the Palaly airport and the KKS harbor.

    The Army Commander further said that the maintenance of law and order in relation to civil administration of the areas released for civilian activity would be the sole responsibility of the police.

  6. Ananda-USA Says:

    FULL POWER DEVOLUTION including Land and Police Powers to Murderous Tamil Separatists Defeated only Yesterday?

    These demands arise because ALL TRAITORS & SEPARATISTS who brought Sri Lanka’s to its knees were NOT PUNISHED adequately. They are still posing as “Freedom Fighters” not Murderers Gone Beserk.

    No other country that had defeated separatists in war (USA, Nigeria, Britain) has ever contemplated DEVOLVING POWER to the DEFEATED enemies of the Unified State. NEVER!

    So why is this being allowed in Sri Lanka?

    RISE UP …. O Patriots of Mother Lanka … and EXPUNGE the 13th Amendment, rammed down our throats by India at the point of the gun, from Sri Lanka’s Constitution … NOW!
    …………………..
    Sri Lanka Tamil party calls for full power devolution to provinces

    ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    May 25, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s major Tamil political party, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has insisted on complete power devolution to the provinces through the 13th Amendment to the Constitution since problems over the provincial councils are due to the incomplete devolution of power by successive governments.

    TNA parliamentarian Suresh Premachandran said yesterday that the respective governments had appointed committees that have made various proposals but the problems over the provincial councils in the country have not been resolved through the years.

    Premachandran said the TNA expects nothing less than complete devolution of financial, police and land powers to the provinces through the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

    Successive governments had come up with various proposals from time to time since the police and land powers have been devolved partly.

    According to Premachandran, late President Ranasinghe Premadasa had appointed the Mangala Munasinghe Commission, and former President Chandrika Kumaratunga came up with another solution. The present government appointed the All Party Representative Committee (APRC), he noted.

    Premachandran said that the governing party needed to resolve its stance on the devolution of power among its coalition partners since they are expressing differing views.

    The Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU), a coalition party of the ruling United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA), said it will take measures to mobilize the public to urge the government to abolish the 13th Amendment to the Constitution which devolve powers to the provinces.

    The JHU is vehemently against the land and police powers given to the provinces under the 13th Amendment and calls for amending the Constitution to take away those powers from the provinces before holding the elections to the Northern Provincial Council scheduled for September.

    Their call is supported by Sri Lanka’s Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, who says that he would never agree to granting police powers to provincial councils according to the 13th Amendment.

    The Defence Secretary is of the view that granting police powers to provincial councils in future could pose a serious threat to national security and lead to a dangerous situation.

    However, the Tamil MP said complete powers including land and police powers need to be devolved to the provinces for a sustainable solution.

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