Love and Sex of Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers
Posted on August 5th, 2014

C. Wijeyawickrema

Much ado about nothing!

  Villagers call it kenda kanda karagena natanavaa or making a fart a sound of a gun-shot. Could it be possible that Jayalalitha (JL) got so upset when a cartoon suggested that she was thinking of making a love to Narendra Modi? Yes, the title of the letter said writing love letters, but is she not over 65 yrs old not to get so upset about the word love or a picture of a heart, an organ pumping blood? When Mervin Silva an old man married to a Muslim woman wanted to marry the old hag Navinethan Pillai nobody was worried, but this one has generated so much heat. The incident had a blessing disguise. It revealed who are after a pound of flesh of whom. I cannot believe even the Indian cabinet got so worried about this fart.


jayamodilove           I have done research earlier on Tamil Nadu politics and I came across one or two cases of multi-love by its chief ministers. After this latest incident I went back to them, and also searched the Internet on the subject. Given below is a summary of what I have found.

 Politicians also want sex

            JL case gives the appearance that politicians are saints and they behave like sex-priests. It is rarely that one finds a person like health minister Maithreepala Sirisena who said that his wife worship him each day he leaves his home, and he in turn wishes that in her next birth she would be born as a male. Otherwise, look at MPs of Sri Lanka parliament or even PC or PS members. Recently, I saw a cabinet minister proudly talking about love and women at a public meeting in the presence of his son, both enjoying the jokes.

             The American politician is a different animal. They publicly oppose gay marriages while having male sex partners in the bed room. When Bill Clinton was having troubles with Monika, Jessie Jackson came to spiritually guide him, he himself at the time having an illicit affair and a child from that affair. The Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, who led the impeachment attempt, was also having an illicit affair at the time. The worst case I heard was FBI director, Edgar Hoover, who collected information on gays while he himself was a closet gay man, the partner being his close assistant! Prince Siddhartha had a wife. Mohamed had an elderly wife. Jesus also had a wife, according to some new discoveries.

             Animals and humans have four pains: hunger, sleep, fear and sex. Therefore, politicians having excesses is to be expected, but the double game is what is dangerous. Using the word love in an otherwise factually correct essay, for stupid political games by stupid politicians is worse. This is why we need to know the sex history of these politicians. You can know a lot by a Google search. Here, is what I have found.

           Gandhi and Nehru

             Gandh was accused of sexual abuse of women by using them for his experiments on spiritual advancement. Apparently, he slept with women naked to test his moral-spiritual power. I do not know if this was a good experiment or not. But those who want to find fault with Gandhi say that when looked at it from the woman’s angle, sleeping with him for an experiment of this nature could be a psychological disaster for her. Nehru was connected with several affairs, but the most published was the connection he had with Lord Mountbatten’s wife. Nobody can deny that the two were so close to each other in mind until their death. The funny thing is that, as recorded in a book written by a Sri Lankan woman, the Nehru museum has not a single photograph of the Mountbatten couple!

 Internet Search

 E. V. Ramaswamy Naicker- DK party 1944

             He was born in 1879, married at the age of 13, became a sannyasi 6 years later.

He started the Justice party (South India Liberation Front) in 1917. Changed it as the Dravidian Federation (DK) party in 1944, as a militant (DK members wore black shirts), anti religious (philosophy of Hinduism is false and an opiate), anti-Sanskrit (need to de-Sanskritize Tamil language, Ramayanaya was false, destroyed the images of sacred Hindu deities such as Rama and Ganesha) movement.

 C. N. Annadurai -DMK party 1949

            Anna formed DMK because Naicker (Periyar) was a dictator, had no faith in democracy, refused to honor the national flag, boycotted independence day celebrations, rejected Indian constitution. More importantly, Anna married a 28 year old girl (Maniammai) when he was 72 and made her heir to the party leadership.

 …. when Periyar refused to stand in the democratic elections, Annadurai walked off the meeting in 1948. Periyar’s marriage to Maniammai, who was 40 years younger than him, caused the final rift between him and Annadurai, who, in turn, walked out of his party and gave birth to his own party known as Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in 1949, in partnership with Periyar’s nephew, E.V.K. Sampath. Initially DMK focused on urban centers and surrounding areas, but with the party’s emphasis shifting on to urban lower, lower middle, working classes, students, Dalits, and lower castes, DMK gained rapid recognition and immense support…”

 M. Karunanidhi –DMK (Chief Minister in 1969)

             Karunanidhi’s children were from three mothers. First wife died and after that he had two women simultaneously. Tamil newspapers have found the apt sobriquet of Manaiviyar (the Tamil word for wife) for Dayaluammal while keeping Thunaiviar (the Tamil word for companion) reserved for his third wife. Karunanidhi spends the first half of his day with Dayaluammal, mother of four of his children. The two women, Dayalu and Rajathi, live in separate houses with the chief minister alternating amiably between the two. The children of both have been treated equally by Karunanidhi and, in the DMK, the relationship has long been accepted. Both the women respect each other and, if people close to the chief minister are to be believed, treat each other like sisters.

 MG Ramachandran -AIADMK party 1972

MGR separated from DMK in 1972,one reason was Karunanidhi’s practice of polygamy. MGR won the 1977 election.

            …Twice married (first wife died of cancer), MGR had no children. His first wife, coincidentally named Satya like his mother, died of cancer. A few years later, in 1956, he eloped with actress V.N. Janaki, who was then still married to film makeup man Ganapathy Bhat. The lovers subsequently wed. In his later years, MGR’s name was linked to one-time co-star Jayalalitha Jayaram, then 39, an MP and AIADMK propaganda secretary. It was well known in Madras, where the Ramachandrans lived, that Janaki deeply resented Jayalalitha. Perhaps not without reason – the buxom young actress is reportedly threatening to reveal details of secret nuptials with MGR if her position in the party is challenged…”

            ….Former chief minister M.G. Ramachandran was known to keep the company of more than one woman. Strangely enough, this aspect of his private life did not in any way take away from his popularity or status as a politician. This was perhaps because even while he was a film star MGR was known for the female company he kept.

Notes MGR’s biographer, former DGP K. Mohandas in MGR: The Man and the Myth: “It is often considered a matter of prestige to have one or more lady friends. MGR was honest about it and did not hide it.” According to Mohandas, a senior member of MGR’s household once told him that a soothsayer had said that the former chief minister should always have two wives at a time.

             When MGR died in 1987, a power struggle ensued between wife Janaki and Jayalalitha. In 1988 – MGR’s wife Janaki became chief minister for 24 days, but then Jayalalitha succeeded Jankai as the CM (JL was the propaganda secretary of the party).

 Jayalalitha- AIADMK party Chief Minister in 1989

            Despite rumors, unlike the other Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers, there is no direct evidence of social or private misbehavior of Jayalalitha. But says Valampuri John, former MP: “She is a bundle of contradictions. There is a deep-rooted attitudinal problem which can be traced to her past. She perceives all men in her life—her father, MGR, her one-time live-in friend Shoban Babu—as people who failed her. Therefore she seems to have developed a deep distrust of almost everyone.” John, who helped Jayalalitha in her formative political years and published a semi-autobiographical novel and two books of essays, stands discarded. He too has joined the ranks of those who once helped the AIADMK chief. ..”

Tamil Nadu elections of changing the same faces

1976-1977-M. Karnanidhi as chief minister (DMK)

1977 election – MGR won

1984 –  MGR suffered a paralytic stroke

1987 – MGR died; power struggle between wife Janaki and Jayalalitha

1988– MGR’s wife Janaki chief minister for 24 days,

1989 – Jayalalitha succeeds Janaki as CM.

1989-1991 – Karunanidhi won

1991- 1996 – Jayalalitha won

1996- 2000 – Karunanidhi won.

(1996 December – Jayalalitha in jail)

2001 – Jayalalitha became chief minister (without contesting a seat)

(2001 June – Karunanidhi in jail

(2002 July – Vaiko arrested by Jayalalitha under Prevention of Terrorism Act for making pro-LTTE speech.)

(2002 August – Nedumaran arrested by Jayalalitha under Prevention of Terrorism Act for making pro-LTTE speech)

(2004 – Jayalalitha’s party lost seats in the Delhi parliament)

(2005 Dec 30 – Jayalalitha refused a meeting with Mahinda Rajapakse)

2006 Jan – Jayalalitha wants Delhi to take back Kachchativ island from Sri Lanka

2006 April – Tamilnadu assembly elections, Karunanidhi won

(2008 Feb – Jayalalitha asked Delhi to impose Presidential Rule in Tamil Nadu (under Article 356).

10 Responses to “Love and Sex of Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers”

  1. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    Edvige Antonia Albina Maino was born December 09, 1946 to Stefano and Paola Maino in Lusiana, a little village 30 km from Vicenza in the region of Veneto, Italy. Edvige Antonia Albina Maino spent her adolescence in Orbassano, a town near Turin, attending a Catholic school. In 1964, Edvige Antonia Albina Maino went to study English at the Bell Educational Trust’s language school in the city of Cambridge. She met Rajiv Gandhi, who was enrolled in Trinity College at the University of Cambridge in 1965 at a Greek restaurant while working there, as a waitress to make ends meet. In all three years of Rajiv Gandhi’s tenure at Trinity College had not passed a single examination. Edvige Antonia Albina Maino and Rajiv Gandhi married in 1968.Rajiv Gandhi changed his so called Parsi religion to become a Catholic to marry Edvige Antonia Albina Maino. Rajiv became Roberto. His daughter’s name is Bianca and son’s name is Raul. Quite cleverly the same names are presented to the people of India as Priyanka and Rahul. What is amazing is the extent of Indians’ ignorance in such matters. The press conference that Rajiv Gandhi gave in London after taking over as prime minister of India was very informative. In this press conference, Rajiv Gandhi boasted that he was NOT a Hindu but a Parsi.

    Edvige Antonia Albina Maino was given the name ‘Sonia’ by her late mother-in-law, Indira Gandhi. But there is no notification in the gazette regarding this change in name. This change of name runs in Nehru family is to fool the Indian public for their votes. Indira Gandhi’s real name was Indira Priyadarshini. In 1935, Indira joined Shantiniketan,a school set up by Rabindranath Tagore. When Indira was found in the bed with her German teacher at Shantiniketan she was chased out of the Shantiniketan by Rabindranath Tagore. Subsequently, she went to England and sat for the University of Oxford entrance examination, but she failed, and spent a few months at Badminton School in Bristol, before passing the exam in 1937 and enrolling at Somerville College, Oxford where she never finished her degree. Khushwant Singh, who has personally known Indira Gandhi, has said that she felt uncomfortable around educated people because she had no real education. During her stay in the UK, she frequently met Feroze Khan, whom she knew from Allahabad, and who was studying at the London School of Economics. Before Indira’s marriage, the then Governor of Maharashtra Dr Shriprakash had warned Nehru in a meeting and through a letter, that Indira was having an illicit relationship with Feroze Khan. Feroze Khan was quite sympathetic to Indira and Indira married Feroze Khan in a London mosque as per Islamic rites Feroz Khan after converting herself to Islam. Indira’s muslim name was Maimuna Begum and later both had changed their name to fool the public of India by an affidavit in a court to Indira Gandhi and Feroz Gandhi.

    After Rajiv’s birth Indira and Feroze lived separately, but they were not divorced. Feroze used to interfere in Nehru’s political activities. Nehru got fed up and left instructions not to allow him into the Prime Minister’s residence Trimurthi Bhavan. The death of Feroze in 1960 before he could consolidate his own political forces came as a relief to Nehru and Indira. Feroze had even planned to remarry. The second son of Indira known as Sanjay Gandhi was not the son of Feroze Khan. Sanjay’s real father was Mohammad Yunus who served as India’s ambassador to Turkey, Indonesia, Iraq and Spain. Mohammad Yunus represented India at the Non-Aligned Summits at Lusaka, Algiers, Colombo, New Delhi, and Harare. Baby Sanjay had been circumcised following Islamic custom, although the reason stated was phimosis. Incidentally, Sanjay’s marriage with the Sikh girl Menaka took place quite surprisingly through a civil ceremony(on 23 September 1974)in Mohammad Yunus’ house in New Delhi. And the marriage with Menaka who was a model (she had modelled for Bombay Dyeing wearing just a towel) was not so ordinary either. Sanjay never attended college, but took up an apprenticeship with Rolls-Royce in Crewe, England. Sanjay Gandhi’s name was actually Sanjeev Gandhi. He was arrested for a car theft in England. Since his passport had been seized, the then Indian Ambassador to England Krishna Menon changed his name to ‘Sanjay’and procured a new passport for him. On February 3,1956 Krishna Menon was inducted into the Nehru cabinet as minister without portfolio. Mohammad Yunus who cried the most when Sanjay died in the plane accident.

    At the end of Rajiv Gandhi’s five years in office, the Bofors Scandal broke out. Rajiv Gandhi was paid by Bofors through Ottavio Quattrocchi. Ottavio Quattrocchi was merely a conduit for siphoning money. He was not a regular arms dealer. His company Snamprogetti dealt in fertiliser and petrochemicals. He was nobody in India without the backing of Rajiv Gandhi.
    Interpol revealed two bank accounts, 5A5151516M and 5A5151516L, held by Ottavio Quattrocchi and his wife Maria with the BSI AG bank, London, containing Euros 3 million and $1 million, a “curiously large savings for a salaried executive”. Ottavio’s financier son, Massimo Quattrocchi, grew up with Sonia’s children Raul(Rahul) and Bianca(Priyanka).

    Around 1974, Quattrocchi was introduced to Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi by an Italian named Mr. Molinari. Then Mrs. and Mr. Quattrocchi started visiting Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. Children of both sides were frequent visitors to each other. At that time Rajiv Gandhi was a pilot in Indian Airlines. Quattrocchi became very close to Rajiv Gandhi and his wife. Their children grew up together, and based on this friendship, Quattrocchi had become so influential at the office of the Prime Minister that bureaucrats used to stand up when Quattrocchi visited them. The award of Jagdishpur Fertilizer Plant to Quattrocchi, changing earlier decision for SPIC, is a clear case. He won about 60 major projects projects including:
    In 1981 – the five Alibag (Thal Vaishet) plants from RCF, four Kribhco plants in Hazira, as well as the ONGC gas pipeline in Hazira.
    In 1983 – National Fertilisers Limited’s (NFL’s) plant in Una[disambiguation needed ] and two plants in Guna.
    In 1984- IFFCO’s three plants in Aonla.
    In 1987- Nagarjuna Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited’s two plants in Kakinada.

    In 1980 Sonia’s name appeared in the voter’s list for New Delhi prior to her becoming an Indian Citizen. At the time she was still holding Italian Citizenship. A violation of Form 4 of the Registration of Electors Rules, 1960, which states that “Only the names of those who are citizens of India should be entered on the electoral rolls.” When she did acquire Indian Citizenship, in April 1983, the same issue cropped up again, as her name appeared on the 1983 voter’s list when the deadline for registering had been in January 1983.

    Swiss magazine Schweitzer Illustrierte in 1991 claimed that Sonia was controlling accounts worth $2 billion US dollars in her son Raul’s name.

    Harvard scholar Yevgenia Albats cited KGB correspondence about payments to Rajiv Gandhi and his family, which had been arranged by Viktor Chebrikov, which shows that KGB chief Viktor Chebrikov sought in writing an “authorization to make payments in U.S. dollars to the family members of Rajiv Gandhi, namely Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Paola Maino, mother of Sonia Gandhi” from the CPSU in December 1985.

    Payments were authorized by a resolution, CPSU/CC/No 11228/3 dated 20 December 1985; and endorsed by the USSR Council of Ministers in Directive No 2633/Rs dated 20 December 1985. These payments had been coming since 1971, as payments received by Sonia Gandhi’s family and “have been audited in CPSU/CC resolution No 11187/22 OP dated 10/12/1984.

    In 1992 the media confronted the Russian government with the Albats disclosure. The Russian government confirmed the veracity of the disclosure and defended it as necessary for “Soviet ideological interest.”

    Rahul Gandhi & his Columbian girlfriend Veronique Cartelli, daughter of a Columbian drug mafia were arrested on Sep 21, 2001 at Boston Airport by FBI for carrying $200,000 in cash with them. Rahul Gandhi was then freed later on at the intervention of the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.Rahul Gandhi was dropped out in 3 Months from Harvard. But Rahul Gandhi lied to Indians that he has Masters in Economics from Harvard. Veronique Cartelli is already living in Thuglaq road in Delhi. If ever, because of India’s misfortune, Rahul Gandhi comes to power, India will have another “Sonia”.

    In 2008 Sonia’s party appointed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Manmohan Singh was the only international leader to initially refuse data provided by the German authorities during 2008 Liechtenstein tax affair.Sonia shares a common Educational Background with her 2G Partner in Crime, Dakshinamurthy Muthuvel who lated changed his name as Karunanidhi.

    Indira didn’t have any knowledge about constitution and constitutional procedures.Indira furthered creation of democratic dictatorship, first kicked off by her father Nehru. Indira never trusted anyone but her family only and so made Sanjay Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi heroes without any deed during her lifetime. Her leadership plunged India into depths of darkness. India needs enlightened leaders. But it has been getting stupid leaders because the population at large is not “enlightened.”

    Indians have granted “their obedience by their own consent” to dictators for a long while. The most recent in living memory is Indira Gandhi. Before that it was to their British overlords. Before that to the Islamic invaders.

    Failure of integrity is not uncommon among ministers and that some ministers, who have held office during the last seventy years have enriched themselves illegitimately, obtained good jobs for their sons and relations through nepotism and have reaped other advantages inconsistent with any notion of purity in public life

  2. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    Muthuvel Dakshinamurthi(aka Karunanidhi) is in morass of corruption. Significantly, Jayalalitha is also acquitted of scams like millions of rupees color TV scam, Tansi land scam, and acquiring illicit money. Both DMK and AIADMK are corrupt. Both the parties were misleading voters by promising freebies in their manifestos for the recent State Assembly polls. DMK and AIADMK were not interested in creating jobs for the people of the state but were keen only on luring them with such offers.

    People are fed up with both the Dravidian parties as they have been indulging in corruption alternately. Both DMK & AIADMK were hand in glove as no corruption cases were filed by each other relating to their respective regimes from 2001.

    Karunanidhi and Jayalalitha are unnecessarily messing up relations between India and Sri Lanka with their statements. DMK and AIADMK are living out of the misery of Tamils in Sri Lanka… as well as in Tamil Nadu, those corrupt politicians won’t do any good to their people…

    Karunanidhi began his wily, scheming, corrupt, lustful, cinematic, persistent, sanguine, never-say-die political career in 1937 at the age of 13. He energetically fought the Congress Party when the rest of the country focused on the little matter of Independence.

    The imposition of Hindi in the then Madras Presidency was the first political issue he fought against. Fighting against untouchability and suppression of women in Hindu (but not other) societies were some of the causes he championed. It is another matter that he abandoned those causes once he rose to prominence and focused exclusively on power and currency.

    By 1947, Muthuvel Dakshinamurthy and his mentor Conjeevaram Natarajan Annadurai(CN Annadurai) had developed political ambitions. The Independence that others had fought for and won had opened up new vistas of opportunity that the duo weren’t going to miss. But there was one problem. The leader of their sub-nationalist movement Dravidar Kazhagam, ‘Periyar’ Erode Venkata Ramasami Naicker had called for August 15 to be observed as a Black Day. Ostensibly on a patriotic note, Anna and his thambi Muthuvel Dakshinamurthy disagreed with Periyar and parted ways.

    In 1949, they started the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)—at least, the first generation version of the party. It would go on to evolve into its 2G and 3G versions that we all know only too well about.

    An early indication of what kind of a politician Muthuvel Dakshinamurthy (Karunanidhi) will develop into came after a by-election that the DMK won against the ruling Congress in the 1950s. Party leaders who had contributed the most to the victory had assembled at the celebrations hoping Anna would praise their hard work.

    To their horror, however, Anna presented a gold ring to Karunanidhi, who had played only a peripheral role, and lavishly praised him. Stunned, the leaders asked Anna in private to explain. He told them Karunanidhi had paid for the ring himself and had given it to him the previous night, requesting that the ring be presented to him at the ceremony. “You pay for the jewels and I will present them to you too,” Anna added.

    You can read the late poet Kannadasan’s twin-volume autobiography in which Karunanidhi’s younger days are detailed.

    Karunanidhi was not DMK’s first choice to be the successor for Anna. There were other illustrious, honest leaders who coveted the opportunity. But when Anna died in 1969, Karunanidhi pleaded with the party’s rising star and a heartthrob of Tamil film fans, Maruthur Gopalan Ramachandran (MGR), to support his candidature. Riding on MGR’s backing, Karunanidhi defeated the other contenders and became the chief minister in 1969.

    But as soon as he was sworn in, Karunanidhi began sidelining MGR in the party. He was jealous of MGR’s popularity both within the party and across the state. So he denied MGR a Cabinet berth on the grounds that a busy actor would not be able to do justice to his ministerial duties. When MGR became a bitter critic of the chief minister, Karunanidhi suspended him from the party.

    It is another matter that MGR formed his own party and grabbed power, never to lose to Karunanidhi till his death in 1987.

    In 1976, Indira Gandhi dismissed the DMK government on corruption charges though the real reason might have been her Emergency-era paranoia against non-Congress chief ministers. She set up a panel called Sarkaria Commission to inquire into the charges. The panel defined Karunanidhi and his men as being ‘scientifically corrupt.’ It meant their corruption was systematic and left no trail.

    .In 1976, Indira Gandhi dismissed the DMK government on corruption charges though the real reason might have been her Emergency-era paranoia against non-Congress chief ministers. She set up a panel called Sarkaria Commission to inquire into the charges. The panel defined Karunanidhi and his men as being ‘scientifically corrupt.’ It meant their corruption was systematic and left no trail.

    During the election campaign, he would tell the voters they are the only ‘Gods’ he worshipped. But once they fix him, he would call them ‘beggars’, ‘numb creatures’ and ‘ingrates’.

    In 1984, he was going to lose so desperately in the Assembly elections, that he used an old picture showing him in a happy chat with his (now) archenemy MGR to ask for votes. His argument was that MGR was bedridden in a hospital in the US and could not possibly govern the state. Despite that, the voters gave an overwhelming verdict in favour of the semi-conscious patient and routed Karunanidhi’s ilk.

    He became the chief minister only after MGR died and the AIADMK had split. But then, Jayalalithaa was the new rising star and he couldn’t believe his own eyes. For a man who had engaged in political sparring with C Rajagopalachari, K Kamaraj, Bhaktavatsalam and MGR, a former actress 25 years his junior was a climb-down.

    Given the feudal background of the DMK, Karunanidhi resorted to the only trick India’s male politicians have in their arsenal against powerful female rivals. He attacked Jayalalithaa personally and oversaw a clutch of sidekicks saying horrendous things. But she couldn’t be scared into submission. Jayalalithaa went on to become Tamil Nadu’s single-largest politician, and more popular than Karunanidhi even when out of power.

    The one thing to recommend Karunanidhi for is his tenacity and an attitude that never gives up. Tamil voters have rejected his candidature for chief-ministership six times in the past 35 years. Not once did he lose hope. Never did he contemplate retirement. Swan songs written for Karunanidhi could fill a fat volume but he belied all of them.

    Even now, he must already be thinking of the next step in his political journey. His unfinished agenda includes divvying up the wealth among his sons and daughters, firewall the party from a split after his death and make sure the investigation into the 2G scandal fizzles out. A million-war veteran, he is not going to let these minor ripples force him out of the water.

    The man is 86-years old and bound to a wheelchair. His son, MK Stalin virtually ran the show in the state. None of the party leaders look up to Karunanidhi anymore, either for ideological leadership or ‘practical’ decisions. They are busy falling into the Stalin camp or the rival MK Azhagiri camp headed by his other son.

    Karunanidhi has lost control over his family and party a long ago. Even in 2009, when the DMK was negotiating with the Congress for Cabinet berths in the Centre, he was not informed of the details.

    His fighting spirit hasn’t faded a bit, but his illness prevents him from taking action. He also doesn’t seem to understand the modern aspirations of the newest generations. His political plans don’t cater to their needs such as higher education, job creation, infrastructure or economic reforms. His old-style politics—marked by oratorical flourish and an economic policy revolving exclusively around freebies—cannot capture their imagination.

    When the next elections are held in Tamil Nadu, he would be 91. The voters need a younger, more progressive, less divisive leader to take them into the new millennium. The 1937 anti-Hindi campaigner doesn’t fit the description.

  3. Lorenzo Says:

    The story of MGR. Jayalalitha’s boss.

    In Kerala lived a man (MGR’s father). He was a magistrate. He married a low caste beautiful woman. He and his wife were BANISHED from Kerala. They came to SL. They worked as janitors in Nawalapitiya. They worked at a prominent Sinhala politician’s holiday house too in Nawalapitiya. They were very grateful for the work which provided them food, shelter, etc. Often both had to work. They had 2 children. MGR was one of them.

    MGR’s father died of sickness and his mother had to do the onerous job. Life was tough. Then they went to Burma to work in a plantation. But life was too difficult. They went to Tamil Nadu. MGR’s mother gave him away to a circus because she could not look after him. He did well and within 10 years made it to cinema.

    His janitorial past haunted him very badly which made him hate Sinhala people (for no fault of theirs). He preferred to act for the Raman character in films who would defeat the Sinhala king Ravanan. He gave millions of rupees to VP who he met regularly to kill Sinhalese.

    MGR had many mistresses. Young lass Selvi was the most attractive of them. She acted in films with him. She was good in English. He relied on her to communicate with Delhi. Millions of Tamils consider him to be a god. 140 Tamils committed suicide around his funeral date hoping they will be reborn with him.

    MGR is a classic case how a janitor from SL can become a god in Tamil Nad.

  4. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    The racist rot seems to have intensified over the last eighty years among Tamil speaking Sri Lankans. Tamil speaking Sri Lankan leaders may talk about racial tolerance, but acceptance and appreciation for Sinhalese seem beyond their ken. Tamil speaking Sri Lankans spend an inordinate amount of their time and resources on delineating the differences with Sinhalese rather than celebrating similarities with them.
    BTW TNA leader Rajavarothiam Sampanthan completed his high school studies at St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa. G.G.Ponnambalam received his secondary education at St. Joseph’s College, Colombo.TULF leader Veluppillai Chelvanayakam was a teacher at St. Thomas’ College & Wesley College. Veerasingham Anandasangaree was a teacher st Christ the King College Ja-Ela. Anandasangaree was the LSSP’s candidate for Kotahena South Ward at the 1959 Colombo Municipal Council election.
    Skirt chasing Manoharan aka Mano Gona-son is also a racist divisive element with genetically infused hatred towards the Sinhalese. Mano Ganesan is a dangerous politician who sows seeds of hostility and hatred. Mano Ganesan’s political life is built on his hatred towards the Sinhalese and always makes a sentimental issue of it to attract the Tamil voters towards him, pretending to be the person who speaks loud. But smart Tamil speaking Sri Lankans see his emptiness.
    Lot of stones are being thrown at Mother Lanka, its people, its government and its President. Sri Lanka is at a historical crossroad, and we need patriots, non- partisan politicians, who will unite Sri Lankans distanced by various political disadvantages, not rabid racists who distance the Sri Lankans further away from each other.

  5. Nanda Says:

    “MGR is a classic case how a janitor from SL can become a god in Tamil Nad.”

    Many Tamils and Sinhalese to the janitor jobs overseas. Why should he get angry at Sinhalese because is this job ?

    Tamils typically did worse than Janitor jobs those days. They collected Poo Containers from toilets in urban areas and carried those in a push cart. I remember very well. We called them Sakkilis with all due respect. A man called Samy in my area worked clearing septic tanks. We loved him. One of my heroes.
    Sinhalese did not do such jobs. What can we do ? Indian Tamils preferred these jobs than being in their Nadu.

  6. veediyabandara Says:

    Of course the Indian Tamils preferred poop cleaning work instead of living in Nadu. The reason is in SL they have to deal with poop only while at work whereas in Nadu they live on poop 24 hours.

  7. Lorenzo Says:

    Muslim terrorists are again trying to create riots.

    “Four individuals, who were apprehended for allegedly sending religious hate messages through SMSs, were ordered to be remanded till 18 August by the Colombo Magistrate’s Court, today.

    The suspects were remanded when the case was taken up for hearing before Colombo Chief Magistrate Gihan Pilapitiya.

    The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) following a tip-off they received commenced the investigation to arrest the suspects in mid-July.

    Police Spokesperson issuing a statement said that the suspects have distributed a message stating that there will be another riot against Muslims in Sri Lanka after 10 August, and a meeting on this regard has already held at the Defence Ministry.

    The CID has disclosed information that the religious hate massage has been initially sent to a person in Negombo from a person named Rizwan Mohammed, who currently resided in Kuwait.


  8. Senevirath Says:



  9. Wickrama Says:

    How about publishing a couple of above brilliantly researched articles in the Defence Website??

  10. Nanda Says:

    If you are lucky may be we could get hold of few of those actual ” love ( or sex )” letters of Thief Ministers of Tamil Nadu. may be they are in the national archives of nadu.

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