PM Cameron assumes that, ‘Sri Lanka is still a British Colony’
Posted on October 30th, 2013

P.A.Samaraweera, Melbourne

British PM David Cameron had told Nobel Laureate Aung Sang, that he would have ‘very tough questions’ to President Rajapakse during the CHOGM. He had also said that, “…I am not happy with their human rights reord… I am not happy with what they have done following the conflict…” Cameron should note that Sri Lanka is no longer a British Colony. And that Sri Lanka as well is not happy with the human records of the UK, USA, Canada and so on. He would ofcourse have been happy if the LTTE rump‚ were allowed to carry on the wishes of the tigers. The gamble‚ here is for‚ Tamil diaspora
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David Cameron’s predecessor, Gordon Brown as well had similar views during the war in 2009. So he sent his Foreign Secy David Miliband with French Foreign Secy‚ Bernard Kouchner, supported by Hilary Clinton, to advise the President. The President had politely told them that he need no lectures, and they went empty handed, with great disappointment. During the last stages of the war, the President declined to answer‚ calls coming from Western political leaders as they were‚ asking him to stop the war. All this are linked to Tamil diaspora votes.‚ Today as well, they are jumping up and down because of votes. They should be honest about it without playing‚ hide and seek.
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At the summit, If Cameron tries to be too smart with his so called ‘tough questions’ , he should be paid back in the same coin.

9 Responses to “PM Cameron assumes that, ‘Sri Lanka is still a British Colony’”

  1. stanley perera Says:

    Cameron and Harper are puppets. They are being noosed by the Tamil Terroris suppoerters. Most important to them is bogus refugee votes and their funding. Did anyone check their Bank accounts? Their corruption is up to their eye balls. Nobody is dared to go against them for the repraisals from hidden sources. Just bugger the Bastards.

  2. Ben Silva Says:

    What has Cameron been doing ? Does he not know that Sri Lanka is an Indian colony now, after the 13A.

  3. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    THE GOD-FATHER OF THE TAMIL TERRORISTS DIASPORA, DAVITH CAMERON, SHAMELESSLY SUCKING FOR THE TAMIL VOTES, SHOULD BE ASKED TO PISS OF, WITH HIS BLARNEY “”TOUGH QUESTIONS “”

    WHAT THE HELL IS HE GOING TO DO WITH THE QUESTIONS, ANSWERED ? POKE IT UP THE TAMIL DIASPORA ??

    THIS BUGGER SHOULD RESPECT OUR EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT, AND NOT STEP INTO SRI LANKA TO ACT LIKE A BRITISH AH. WHO THE HELL DOES HE THINK HE IS FOR THE SRI LANKANS ??

    SRI LANKA RESPECTS THE BRITISH, AND HER MAJESTY, BUT NOT FELLOWS WHO COME HERE WITH THEIR MUSCLES FLEXED, AND WITH THREATS.

  4. Vis8 Says:

    Mr. Cameron keeps cosying upto the terrorists in “innocent refugees'” who are providing him with “campaign donations” and votes….. These short-sighted western politicians are playing with fire: soon, as in Toronto, the Tamil refugees will colonize, instill their own in the parliament, and run against the likes of Cameron…. to “fight for their rights”…. There is no end to pleasing these insane separatists’ hallucinations.

    Watch out, UK, USA Canada and Australia!

  5. Nanda Says:

    “he would have ‘very tough questions’ to President Rajapakse during the CHOGM”

    Our king must show he is the king by asking even tougher questions from this British AH. Ask him how is he going to pay compensation for Wellassa genocide victims and whether they are ready to investigate their atrocities in Sri Lanka and Africa.

  6. Sarath W Says:

    Who the hell David Cameron think he is to say he is not happy at what is happening in Sri Lanka?The president should treat him the same way he treated David Milliban (Mr Bean) and tell him to get on with the business at hand, GHOGM, not to interfere in Sri Lanka. If he wants to talk about human rights violations, then talk about Iraq.

  7. Lorenzo Says:

    If Cameron is so concerned, he can take all Tamilians into UK.

  8. cassandra Says:

    Come on! There really is no need to get all het up over what the British PM is reported to have said about the ‘tough questions’ he has in store for President Rajapakse.

    For a start, we should remember that David Cameron (DC) – like Mahinda Rajapakse –is a politician, and politicians are known to slant their statements according to the audience they are addressing. And in this instance, maybe David Cameron wished to provide a response that satisfied Aung San Suu Kyi – and others. Notice that with this statement he cleverly avoided making a direct comment on the allegations about Sri Lanka but at the same time, managed to sound strong.

    So, what if DC has some tough questions for MR? Surely, DC cannot have any questions that are tougher than have already been asked? And for what are called ‘tough questions’, there are perhaps very simple answers, which DC will be able to better appreciate when he is in Sri Lanka.

    DC is no fool and he is not going to make an ass of himself by asking silly questions. And DC is not an uncultured man. He is civilised enough and has enough good manners to know how a good guest should conduct himself, and will act accordingly. DC is not Navi Pillay. We can be sure he will conduct himself with more understanding and pragmatism than her.

    My feeling is that, while he may nor publicly state it, DC will be wishing that this whole business of hounding Sri Lanka would come to an end soon and everyone could move on to more rewarding endeavour.

  9. stanley perera Says:

    This clown is in his nappies compared to MR. 40 years in politics is not a simple thing. Cameron fellow is inexperienced in politics like his predicissor Brown fellow. There is diplomacy or statesmanship with these ameature politicians. English people were considered as Gentlemen. That is the history. Nowadays British people are either word’s number one liars or the thiefs. But there are wonderful people amongst them who are like the precious jems in the mud.

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