Editorial shows Wijeywardena clan staging fiery devotions to capture power again
Posted on May 31st, 2013

By Wendell W Solomons 

In Sri Lanka mature people – outside the city elite – prefer legumes including several grams, for protein. However, in certain spots in the world travellers cannot find vegetables. We also know this was the case of the West also upto the time when fridges became available.

A unity for compassion ‘for animals’ must include humans. This mammal has been manipulated into devasting wars by ‘higher castes.’

Arriving from the USA in the 19th Century, Col Henry Steele Olcott fought against casteism by establishing schools to break the hold of Buddhist priests monopoly on education in the island, then given solely to monks. The radical newspaper editor Victor Ivan asked for caste to be banned from newspaper Matrimonials. If such a ban has not been seen or upheld by Wijeya media then compassion ‘for animals’ must be seen as a regular diversion of the Wijeywardena clan’s media away from compassion for the poor.

In 2012 the ‘Daily Mirror’ cut its nose to spite its face. To divert us,  it reveals caste discrimination in the Tamil minority, ignoring the depressed majority —

“Anyone keen to know and understand the dynamics of Sri Lanka’s conflict will need to also realize that the cries of discrimination [against] the Sinhalese [were] an orchestrated plan to keep hidden from the world the fact that Tamils were and wanted to continue to remain divided by caste and class so that only a handful of Tamils would between themselves enjoy education, social and political development.”

http://www.dailymirror.lk/opinion/172-opinion/20667-tamils-must-live-without-caste-and-class.html

However, in 2006 when the civil war gave the Wijewardenas other concerns —

Generally, the Sinhalese caste system, which was softened by Buddhism, is losing its grip faster in part because the Buddha preached against castes. The Sinhalese system tends to identify caste members by their family name.

http://archives.dailymirror.lk/2006/01/25/feat.asp

Private media displayed the suicide by burning, the act of a sick monk. Buddhist tenants do not permit taking life, including one’s own so the monk made a strange display. This display has now been reported by the BBC to audiences worldwide.

The editorial in the Mirror tells us in black and white that the Wijeywardenas have events afoot to capture power again, “Madya Nadagam.” Ranil W of the 1983 house burnings, civil war and 17-year long Parliament, tries to promote himself as national leader during the time of high consumer prices. His nature allowed him the burnings of 1983 and the burnings today. The editor and his choice of writers, have let the cat out of the bag.

The disastrous inside story has now come out for us to see.

5 Responses to “Editorial shows Wijeywardena clan staging fiery devotions to capture power again”

  1. Lorenzo Says:

    This doesn’t make sense.

    Run-nil’s family owns daily mirror. They always support UNP. Run-nil also participated in July 1983 riot.

    BUT in this case daily mirror has done a GOOD thing.

    Don’t digress from the topic by introducing unrelated things.

    LETS BAN CATTLE SLAUGHTER FIRST.

    Then LIVES (animal or human) will be automatically protected. This is SL, not disgusting Saudi.

  2. Christie Says:

    The 1983 burnings was first done by Tamils, photos were taken and send to newspapers of the West. The first place to send these photos wa the World Council of Churhes congress held in canada during July 1983. That is how so many Tamils went to Canada claiming to be refugees.

    The caste system among the Sinhalese is not much different to the system in England where ones lineage and trade is identified, like Smith (Acharige) Hunter, Butcher (Dadayakkaralage) Faqrmer (Gamage, Ralage) or a place like Ford (Wllage) etc etc.

    The problems of Sri lanka is common to all parts of the Indian Empire. Go and see what is happening in Fiji.

    Upali Wijaya wardana was killed by the Third Eye of India using Indians in Malasia.

  3. Christie Says:

    The Parippu Empire is the Indian Empire. Sinhalese were not Legume eaters as there were not much legumes were grown befor parippu was brpought from India to feed the Indian coolies and sepoys and other Indian workers, go to Kenya and eat Thosa there.

    Sinhalaese alway ate meat and Hindus consider those who eat beef as untouchables and wash their house with tumeric solutions if they had beef eating visitors.

  4. Christie Says:

    The Parippu Empire is the Indian Empire. Sinhalese were not Legume eaters as there were not much legumes were grown befor parippu was brpought from India to feed the Indian coolies and sepoys and other Indian workers, go to Kenya and eat Thosa there.

    Sinhalaese alway ate meat and Hindus consider those who eat beef as untouchables and wash their house with tumeric solutions if they had beef eating visitors.

  5. Marco Says:

    Christie stated..
    [Upali Wijaya wardana was killed by the Third Eye of India using Indians in Malasia.]..(sic)

    Would you happen to have evidence of this to share with us or are you having a “enzo” moment?

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