The ugly Englishman and their servants
Posted on November 15th, 2013

Professor Nalin de Silva.

‚ The Channel 4 (of the BBC) crew that has come to Sri Lanka with Visas to cover the CHOGM is not doing what they have being given accreditation to do. It is clear by their behavior that they are interested in cooking up another video footage(s) against the Sri Lankan government and the armed forces and of course the Sinhala people though not clearly expressed. They think that Sri Lanka is still their colony and are angry that the President, the Defense Secretary and the armed forces were able to defeat the LTTE terrorists against the wish of the former. They disregarded all diplomatic and media courtesy on Tuesday to jump at the President after a formal meeting where nobody else asked questions. Presumably they wanted to go to Vavunia on Wednesday where no CHOGM activities were held, but had to come back to Colombo without fulfilling their objectives when people objected to their visit. They are after all not in Sri Lanka on ordinary tourist visas and they know the conditions of accreditations well. They would say that they are against violations of human rights by the LTTE also but these are mere balancing exercises practiced by the hypocritical English media. How many video footages have they come up with on the LTTE activities.‚ 

‚ We should not think that the channel four is on their own. They are doing a job for the English government with its colonies Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, as it is England that is preoccupied with sending the President and the Defense Secretary to the guillotine on cooked up charges on war crimes. We are not surprised to find Snow of Channel 4 coming to Colombo with the English Prime Minister Cameron. It is England that created the Tamil problem and had been using especially the English educated Tamils, which includes the rump LTTE dispersed in London and Toronto and some clergy and NGO peace vendors against the Sinhala people who fought and are still fighting against repressive English colonialism. Snow, Macrae and others are only serving Cameron and his government. I have described the English involvement in creating the Tamil problem in -An Analysis of Tamil Racism in Sri Lanka.- The English want to take revenge for defeating the LTTE terrorists whom England supported through Norway and other countries. The role of those countries is over and England has been forced to remove the mask it has been wearing so far. England may have banned the LTTE but all its front organizations have been allowed to function and sometimes demonstrate against Sri Lanka closing the main roads in London for hours. The hypocrisy of the Ugly Englishman is well known in the former colonies of England.‚  When Hague lambasted Sri Lanka at Hikkaduwa he only expressed his wrath at Sri Lanka for defeating the LTTE.

‚ There are some so called Liberals and Marxists in Sri Lanka who still want to serve the ugly Englishman following their fathers, uncles, step fathers and the rest, and they would not be able to come to power through ballot for some time. These people have joined hands with the ugly Englishman, and they think that they could topple the government and send the Rajapakses to the guillotine for so called war crimes. It is not necessary to describe the war crimes committed by‚ ‚  England during the last two hundred years or so but those in Sri Lanka who serve the ugly Englishman are incorrigible Anglophiles having no inhibition to join hands with the ugliest of the ugly in the history of the humankind. The servants of the ugly Englishman who opposed the humanitarian operations against the LTTE terrorists will never understand that it was their master who created and nurtured the Tamil problem, and that there is no vote in the English suburbs at the elections in Sri Lanka.‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ 

7 Responses to “The ugly Englishman and their servants”

  1. helaya Says:

    How the hell they got visa to come to Sri Lanka. The government never learn a lesson.

  2. Vis8 Says:

    It is time that the Sri Lankan Government took some action to counter the international efforts led by the Tamil refugee diaspora to discredit Sri Lanka.

    Here is the ORIGINAL video of ‘channel 4′ infamy, WITH ALL DIALOG in TAMIL, the language of the tiger terrorists. This video of terrorists who have donned SL Army uniforms from disrobed soldiers, shooting soldiers for propaganda videos, was dubbed in Sinhalese, the language of the soldiers and given to channel 4.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaMqKJIl6VE

    Notice how clear the dialog (Tamil) is in this original video. The dubbed video that ch4 airs is fraught with disturbances – just how the fabricaters want it to be. These channel 4 ‘journalists’ were nominated for a ‘Nobel prize’ based on a terrorist-fabricated video! How ignorant!

  3. Ananda-USA Says:

    David Cameron also waged an ugly undeclared illegal war in Libya, hand-in-hand with the United States.

    Also, don’t forget the former US Secretary of State, that quintessential champion of human rights and putative contender for the US Presidency in 2016, Billary Clinton!

    In cahoots with David Cameron, and other assorted lapdogs (Italy, Qatar), she seemed to orchestrate the murder of Moammar Gaddafi!

    She proclaimed from Benghazi that the United States policy was that “Gaddafi should be killed”. When Gaddafi was captured alive and duly killed the next day, she hopped over to Tripoli and made the Imperious Caesarean Pronouncement “I came, I spoke, and He died”.

    The MURDER of Gaddafi AFTER capture, CLEARLY violates both US and International Law … but where is the ACCOUNTABILITY … for those who orchestrated it? Hello, ICC, UN … is anyone there … under the desks?

    That is not all, while publicly asserting “no boots on the ground”, all of these countries pumped in special forces and mercenaries into the field of battle in Libya.

    In one Youtube video, a presumably Libyan soldier manning an Anti-Aircraft gun at the battle front, was interviewed. Despite his freshly painted face displaying a Libyan tan, his facial features projected the spitting image of an Englishman, and when he answered the interviewer with a perfect British accent … he gave the game away! Who can resist the temptation of instant video fame?

  4. Ananda-USA Says:

    We Patriots of Sri Lanka will ALWAYS Love & Protect President Mahinda Rajapaksa who rescued Sri Lanka’s hallowed crown from the GUTTER and placed it on our heads!

    What a Generation of Pusillanimous Political Pundits posing as National Leaders could not do this Great and Good man acheieved with great skill and courage taking the Personal Risks that the others avoided.

    While others Piously Pontificated to the chorus of foreigners chanting the mantra of “Human Rights” and “Democracy” for the TERRORISTS blowing hundreds of thousands of people to bits, and slicing and dicing innocents in the dead of the night, this Courageous Man with the Heart of a Lion took up the sword on behalf of his hapless countrymen.

    He understood that innocent VICTIMS rights TRUMP those of pitiless MURDERERS!

    We have only to look at the UTTER CHAOS WITHOUT END that reigns today in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia, Libya and elsewhere in world, despite, or because of, the failed bungled efforts of resource-rich superpowers, to appreciate the STUPENDOUS MAGNITUDE of the SEEMINGLY IMPOSSIBLE TASK that our President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his Band of Brothers accomplished on a shoestring budget.

    We Patriots of Mother Lanka will NEVER ABANDON this Heroic Leader of Ours who SAVED COUNTLESS lives of our fellow citizens by his inspired leadership in our hour of DESPERATE NEED!

    Eternal Glory, in the Highest, to President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his Band of Heroes!

    …………………….
    Rajapakase Seen As Hero At Home, Despite Foreign Critics

    ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    Nov 16 (MD) COLOMBO- Mahinda Rajapakse may be a pariah for some of his Commonwealth peers, but for many of his fellow Sri Lankans he is a national hero who ended four decades of bloodshed.

    The combative Sri Lankan president has long battled allegations that his troops killed some 40,000 civilians in the closing stages of the island’s ethnic conflict which ended in May 2009.

    His refusal to countenance an international inquiry into alleged abuses at the end of the war has prompted the leaders of Canada, Mauritius and India to all stay away from this weekend’s Commonwealth summit in Colombo.

    Others who are attending, such as Britain’s David Cameron, are promising to have “tough conversations” with the 67-year-old Rajapakse.

    But for all the international criticism, Rajapakse’s popularity has stood firm back home among a population who endured 37 years of war before government troops crushed the Tamil Tiger rebels once and for all.

    “People were getting killed for 30 years, at least after 2009 we have stopped it,” Rajapakse said in a typically unapologetic performance before the press in Colombo on Thursday.

    “There is no killing in Sri Lanka today.”

    Former Sri Lankan diplomat Dayan Jayatilleka says Rajapakse — who was overwhelmingly re-elected in January 2010 — still has no shortage of credit in the bank with the majority Sinhalese community after overseeing victory in what many had thought was an “unwinnable war”.

    Jayatilleka likened Rajapakse’s image to that of Vladimir Putin, who restored Russian pride and prestige by ending the war in Chechnya — even if there was also a heavy human cost.

    “Mahinda has the same kind of appeal as Putin. He has done something that none of his predecessors could,” said Jayatilleka, adding that he created a sense of patriotism among the majority.

    Ordinary Sri Lankans, questioned on the streets of Colombo, were quick to voice their support for Rajapakse even if they have less kind words to say about his government.

    “People are still grateful to him for ending the war,” company executive Nilantha Perera said. “He is seen as the man who defeated terrorism. He did the impossible.

    “Whatever his flaws in governance, many are willing to overlook all that. We are a grateful people.”

    Media Minister Keheliya Rambukwella acknowledged that Rajapakse’s military success was still a strong draw at national elections.

    “I will vote for him any day because he won the war and stopped the daily bomb blasts we had to face for over 30 years,” Rambukwella told AFP. “People trust him. Ask the ordinary people. That is what is important to us.”

    The UN estimates that at least 100,000 people were killed in the fighting between 1972 and 2009, making it one of the longest and bloodiest ethnic conflicts of the 20th century.

    Rajapakse is widely regarded as an astute politician, managing to shift blame for corruption onto others in an administration which includes several of his brothers in senior positions.

    He has also been helped by a failure of the opposition to come up with a credible challenger.

    UN Human Rights chief Navi Pillay is among the international voices who have accused Rajapakse of becoming increasingly authoritarian.

    But he strengthened his hold at his last electoral test in September, when he won two of the three provincial council contests. His only defeat was in the north, where the main Tamil party unsurprisingly won in Jaffna.

    Tamil politician Dharmalingam Sithadthan said increasing international criticism actually helped Rajapakse to consolidate his nationalist credentials.

    “He projects Western powers as the new enemy of the state and he is fighting them,” Sithadthan told AFP. “This has proved a very successful strategy.”

  5. Ananda-USA Says:

    Tamils here lead better life than those in TN, Basil tells foreign media.

    By Shamindra Ferdinando
    Island.lk
    November 15, 2013

    Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa has urged Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to stop worrying about Sri Lankan Tamils who, he says, enjoy far better living conditions than those living in her state.

    Minister Rajapaksa pointed out the absurdity in CM Jayalalithaa’s much repeated concerns as regards the Tamil speaking people here, whereas the vast majority of her people lived in abject poverty.

    The soft-spoken minister was reacting to a foreign journalist, who waylaid him at the media centre at the BMICH. The minister was accompanied by Media Secretary Charitha Herath.

    A smiling Rajapaksa said that Sri Lankan Tamils were economically strong and experiencing post-war developments, therefore TN politicians should look after their own. The minister challenged the media to compare the situation in the Northern Province and that of Tami Nadu. Having pointed out that the people had been provided with water, electricity and housing, he urged the media to visit Jaffna to see the ground situation for themselves.When the same journalist queried the minister about the ongoing protest campaign in the Valigamam, in the Jaffna peninsula, targeting the government, an angry Rajapaksa said the people had the freedom to protest in Jaffna or any other part of the country. Recalling recent attack on Sri Lankan refugees living in Tamil Nadu, the minister said the media should visit both the southern Indian state as well as the Northern part of Sri Lanka to examine the ground situation.

    Minister Rajapaksa told The Island that a section of the media was working at the behest of those undermining post-war stability here. He said that an influential section of the British media was spearheading a costly operation targeting Sri Lanka. In spite of their efforts, the government development project was on track, the minister said, urging the media not to turn a blind eye to post-war developments. The minister alleged that the LTTE rump had hired an expensive international propaganda outfit to spearhead the campaign against Sri Lanka.

    He stressed that whatever the media said about Sri Lanka, the masses knew they were safe today, but some people couldn’t stomach Sri Lanka’s victory over LTTE terrorism. Responding to a query, the Minister emphasized that India too, benefited from the eradication of the LTTE in May 2009. “The LTTE posed an immense threat to India, therefore the destruction of the LTTE was nothing but a necessity. We had the solid backing of many countries, including India and New Delhi knew what was happening. Tamil Nadu too, was aware of the campaign against the LTTE. The war was brought to an end a few days before parliamentary elections in India,” he said.

    The minister said that ongoing Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) would never have been a reality as long as the LTTE retained a conventional military capability. A gathering of over 50 heads of state or their representatives in Colombo was unthinkable a few years ago, the minister said, while recalling India positioning warships off Colombo during the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) in 2008.

    Commenting on Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh’s decision to skip CHOGM 2013, Minister Rajapaksa it was a far bigger problem for India than Sri Lanka.

  6. Ananda-USA Says:

    Cameron was using SL visit to win UK Tamil concerns-MR

    DailyMirror.lk
    November 16, 2013

    President Mahinda Rajapaksa has ‘suggested’ that visiting UK Prime Minister David Cameron was using the visit to win favour with the Tamil community in the UK, the UK’s The Guardian reported.

    Downing Street sources conceded that Cameron made little headway with Rajapaksa during an hour-long meeting on Friday evening.

    They described the exchange as robust and animated, with Rajapaksa acknowledging problems in his country but arguing that they needed time to be sorted out.

    During the encounter, Cameron quoted Winston Churchill, urging the president to show “in victory, magnanimity”, and compared the path of reconciliation to the Northern Ireland peace process.

    He brought up attacks on Christians and Muslims, the murder of British national Khuram Shaikh, the killing of journalists and seizure of land.

    Cameron also mentioned a Channel 4 documentary about atrocities allegedly committed by state forces in the last months of the war, containing images verified by the UN.

    However, the president batted away the allegations and suggested that Cameron was using the visit to win favour with the Tamil community in the UK.

    Earlier, a Sri Lankan media minister had warned the prime minister he could not treat the country like a colony.

    Following his visit to Jaffna on Friday evening, Cameron told television reporters he believed the visit had been worthwhile to highlight the plight of many people suffering in Jaffna.

    “The pictures of journalists, shot and killed, on the walls, and hearing stories of journalists who have disappeared long after the war has ended – that will stay with me,” he said.

    “And the image, in this camp, of talking to a young woman who came here when she was very young – a child in this camp – and wants nothing more than to go to her own home.”

    Cameron also argued that the Commonwealth had helped bring about elections in the provinces and suggested that he would raise concerns about the situation in Sri Lanka in international forums including the G20 and EU.

    This could include pushing for an international investigation into human rights abuses, amid few signs the government will agree to hold an inquiry of its own that would satisfy observers as credible.

    He added: “These issues aren’t settled in one day or one visit.”

  7. Ananda-USA Says:

    And so it BEGINS … the NEXT round of the Water Torture of Sri Lanka ….. whose PRIMARY CRIME was that it Liberated Itself from Foreign Inspired and Supported TERRORISM through its OWN HERCULEAN EFFORTS, at great cost in blood and treasure, without ANY SIGNIFICANT HELP from the globally bungling pontificating pundits of the West!

    Now ,WE AGAIN SEE the MONUMENTAL FOLLY of hosting the CHOGM, paying the price of empowering the Eelamist Separatists in the Northern Province, and FAILING TO REPEAL the 13th Amendment, and DISMANTLE the Provincial Council System for Good!

    At least NOW, the GOSL should take these steps … better to be tarred and feathered for doing something to protect Sri Lanka, than for empowering separatists committed to destroying our Resplendent Motherland!

    The CHOGM has GAINED Sri Lanka NOTHING … No Gratitude from Sri Lankan Tamils we liberated from clutches of terrorrism and No Support from the West for active cooperation in the global war on terror; Only more THREATS hurled, and MORE CUDGELS shaken, in our face!

    It appears that Heroic Deeds and National Defence are RESERVED for these Abominable Imperialist Racists of the West waging genocidal wars across the globe with Impunity without any accountability exercised by the UN or the ICC.

    Such Heroic Deeds are not for LITTLE BROWN MEN of Sri Lanka however smart, however skilled, however courageous, however cooperative, or however tolerant; they are the SOLE PRESERVE of the malignant West!

    HYPOCRITES INCARNATE ALL geeting away with DOUBLE STANDARDS! Just tell them all TO GO TO HELL by the shortest route!

    …………………..
    Sri Lanka says confident to face any challenge before UNHRC, rejects UK PM’s ultimatum

    ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    Nov 16, Colombo: Dismissing a deadline set by the British Prime Minister David Cameron, the Sri Lankan government today said it is confident of facing any challenge before the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva.

    Addressing media, the Leader of the House, Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said there is no justification for a predestined international inquiry and the government is confident to go before the UNHRC and face any challenge.

    De Silva’s statement was in response to British Prime Minister David Cameron at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) where he issued a deadline to the Sri Lankan government to probe alleged war crimes and human rights violations by March 2014 or face an international probe.

    The Minister asserted that Sri Lanka would resist any international inquiry as a policy.

    He explained that there was no need for an international inquiry within such a short span of time and that the government has done well in the reconciliation process, a fact Cameron himself has admitted.

    The UK leader said in his media brief this morning that the process of recovery and reconciliation after the three-decades of brutal conflict cannot take place in a few months or even in a few years.

    According to Minister de Silva, the Sri Lankan government has been under pressure by the international community on previous occasions as well and it could not force the government to do wrong by the people.

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