Archive for January 12th, 2015

How Long will the Honeymoon Last?

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Prof. Hudson Maclean Sri Lanka electorate and the players have reached political maturity. The ancient civilization of the Sinhela have demonstrated proudly to the world how democracy is played in this little Island. The politicians behaved with decency and the voters, who normally end-up carving-up a few hearts & souls, with a few funerals after […]

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The second episode of the conspiracy

Monday, January 12th, 2015

By mahinda The election concluded officially and as according to the majority votes Sirisena won and was installed as president is the general picture been painted for the ordinary Sinhela Buddhists the owners of the country. Although the final winners are Ealaamists and Al Qaida/Jihadists, the Sinhela Buddhists are forced to believe that they won […]

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100 Day Cabinet sworn in

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Hot News Twenty seven Cabinet ministers in total were sworn in before the President at the Presidential Secretariat. After  swearing-in of the Cabinet Ministers, State Ministers, President MaithripalaSirisena said it would be an interim-cabinet and that General Elections would be held after the completion of the 100-day programme.This is only a temporary Cabinet appointed to ensure […]

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එකෙක් නෑර  පතුරු ගසමි

Monday, January 12th, 2015

ධර්මසිරි සෙනෙවිරත්න   චම්පික හා රාජිත දෙන්නා සුපුරුදු වහසි බස් බෙනෙමින්  මහින්දගේ රජයේ සියලු දුෂිතයන් ට දඬුවම් කරන බව  ප්‍රකාශ කරති   වැඩේ නම් හොඳය  හැබය් මුල්‍ය වංචා  කල අ යට වඩා  මුලින්ම දඬුවම්  දිය යුත්තේ  වසර තිස් ගණනක් තිස්සේ  කොටිත්රස්තවාදීන්ගෙන්   අසරණ මිනිසුන්  මැරෙන්නට ඉඩහැර හා කොටින්ගේ ශක්තිය වැඩි කරමින්  රට විනාශ කරන්නට  වැඩ කල  අනෙක්  […]

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Canada’s statement on Sri Lanka’s Presidential election

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Asoka Weerasinghe Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario . Canada 12 January 2015 Hon. Jason Kenney, MP., PC Minister of Employment & Social Development & Multiculturtalism House of Commons, Ottawa Dear Jason Kenney: Thank you for forwarding John Baird, Minister of Foreign Affair’s statement of congratulations on a Sri Lanka’s Successful Presidential Elections.   That was magnanimous […]

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How the Transnational Elite created Islamic terrorism

Monday, January 12th, 2015

By Takis Fotopoulos   Yesterday, Paris saw the ‘biggest’ rally in France’s history, as the French Interior Ministry described it. This was of course hardly surprising, as the entire political part of the Transnational Elite (TE-i.e. the elites which run the New World Order of neoliberal globalization, based mainly in the G7 countries), attended it. On […]

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The force is still with Mahinda Rajapakse

Monday, January 12th, 2015

H. L. D. Mahindapala When J. R. Jayewardene went back to Braemar” at Ward Place, his private residence, after leaving the Presidency, he noted ruefully in his memoirs that there was hardly anybody to meet him the next day. Chandrika Kumaratunga too complained that there was no one to put even a spoonful of sugar […]

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How Ranil worked out power transition on that decisive morning.

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Courtesy Sunday Times Millions of Sri Lankans learnt only by late Friday morning that the major thrust by Opposition political parties brought an end to the near ten year rule of President Mahinda Rajapaksa. As the counting began in centres countrywide after polls ended on Thursday, families and friends sat around their television sets for […]

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IN PRAISE OF PRESIDENT MAHINDA RAJAPAKSA

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Well wisher, When President Mahinda R lost the election I felt a sense of desolation, which I feel most of Sri Lanka felt. Even the celebration by the Opposition seemed to be half hearted. I feel I was fortunate to witness history being made by President Mahinda R (MR). When we look at our history […]

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Low prospects of Ranil continuing as prime minister

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Ranjit Abeywardena The just concluded presidential election was a coup by foreign elements, Its broader similarities to the 1815 ousting of the King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe II by the British are uncanny to the initiated observer; They based their campaign on tarnishing his image of the local ‘king’ as ‘cruel’ and corrupt, and just as […]

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