Sri Lanka Deserves Support – Editorial 21 st October
Posted on October 22nd, 2013

Dr. Chula NA Rajapakse MNZM Spokesperson,United Sri Lanka Assn. Lower Hutt NZ

Dear Editor,
‚ Thank you for your above editorial and the arguments supporting your call, which we appreciate no end.‚ 
It is indeed a sad ‚ irony that some ‚ appear to have forgotten that for three decades 20 million Sri Lankans had their most basic Human Right , the right to life threatened, by Tiger Terror and are instead are getting carried away by unsubstantiated allegations HR violations in the last three months of their war of liberation from this terror, originating primarily from the funders of this terror, the Tiger Diaspora.
These have now ‚ renamed themselves World Tamil Federation and Trans National Government of Tamil Elam, & sit smug in Canada & UK. Even more, they celebrate their anniversary in no less a place than the House of Commons London UK, which event last March, was attended by no less than 40 MP’s that included the Foreign Secretary and the Shadow FS.
It is an end to this travesty of justice and bringing these funders of terror to book, that upholders of Human Rights should be campaigning for. ‚ 
Dr. Chula NA Rajapakse MNZM
United Sri Lanka Assn.
Lower Hutt NZ

2 Responses to “Sri Lanka Deserves Support – Editorial 21 st October”

  1. jayasiri Says:

    Thank you Dr. Chula Rajapakse!!…….Couldn’t agree with you more. Not only that these hypocrites try to PREACH HUMAN RIGHTS to other countries, while they themselves NEVER allow their own citizens to enjoy basic freedoms.

    The UN Rappertuer has said in no un-certain terms about the travestry of BOMBING Pakistan by sending drone airplanes. After doing so much damage, NOW they want to help Pakistan, NOT for Pakistan’s benefit but for THEIR OWN.

    Considering the hypocracy of UK, the main LTTE supporter Adele (woman who insisted young girls & boys wear CYANIDE CAPSULES), while SHE enjoys luxury in the UK. When will THIS RUTHLESS woman be charged of WAR CRIMES?

    HUMAN RIGHTS is not an exclusive TOPIC of the western countries, OTHER countries too have issues how certailn minorities are being discriminated in the so called TRUE DEMOCRACIES.

    SO lets get your house in order before these HOLIER THAN.. people blame other countries. STILL try to tell others what to do. Who appointed them as WORLD POLICEMEN?.. We did not.

    It is time to organize a seperate UN, for Asia most probably in INDONESIA to be the headquaters & ALL ASIAN countries should join & present an alternative to the UN in New York. Perhaps then these UNWANTED INTERFERENCE by the rich & powerful will NOT OCCUR.

    Thanks again… I hope other “UNITED SRI LANKA ASSN” leaders should speak up now, rather than later…..~J

  2. Ananda-USA Says:

    Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Leader R. Sampanthan demands Indian BOYCOTT of CHOGM at Tamil Nadu wants! Clearly … he does not think and act as a loyal Sri Lankan citizen but an AVOWED ENEMY of Sri Lanka!

    What MORE TREASON does the TA have to commit before the GOSL REVOKES the 13th Amendment and DISSOLVES the Provincial Council System? What are we WAITING for?

    Indian government should listen to Tamil Nadu leaders, Sri Lanka Tamil party leader says

    ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    Oct 22, Colombo: The Central Indian government should listen to the sentiments of Tamil Nadu political leaders over India’s participation in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sri Lanka next month, the leader of Sri Lanka’s major Tamil party has said.

    Many Tamil Nadu political parties and even Tamil leaders in the Congress have urged the Indian Prime Minister to boycott the Commonwealth meeting in Colombo.

    Speaking to the reporters in Chennai, following a meeting with India’s Bharatiya Janatha Party leaders, leader of Tamil National Alliance (TNA) R. Sampanthan has said that he doesn’t think the participation of Indian leaders in the summit would help the Tamil cause despite his party’s divided opinion on the issue.

    The newly elected Chief Minister of Northern Provincial Council, C. V. Vigneswaran in an exclusive interview to Times of India has said that the Indian leaders should attend the CHOGM to express their concerns over the Tamil cause and other issue.

    “We must have the courage of conviction to tell the Sri Lankan government that it has done this and this and what does it got to say… It is better you say it at the CHOGM rather than keep away,” Times of India quoted the Chief Minister.

    However Sampanthan has disagreed with Vigneswaran’s view saying that they might be thinking that the participation of the leaders from India would help the cause of the Tamils but he doesn’t consider that it is the wide opinion.

    Sampanthan was in Chennai to hold discussions with the BJP leaders to seek their support on the implementation of 13th Amendment to the Constitution to for power devolution.

    “India’s intervention is very much needed for a permanent solution to the Sri Lankan Tamil issue. India should help for resettlement of Tamils,” he has said.

    The TNA leader, alleging that the India-sponsored rehabilitation projects had not been properly implemented in Sri Lanka, has requested the leaders of various Tamil parties in the state to work together to help the Sri Lankan Tamils.

    He has said that Vigneswaran and other TNA leaders would meet the leaders of various parties, especially those in Tamil Nadu, to get their support.

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