Seeni bola to the Tamils and sowing seeds for the next Eelam war
Posted on April 8th, 2015
I am gad that Asoka Weerasinhe has started writing again (I fully agree with the views expressed by him) and thankful to all the writers including HLD Mahindapala, Prof. Hudson McLean, Dilrook Kannangara, Shenali D Waduge, Ranjith Soyza and others. I am thankful to Lankaweb for facilitating the forum. Many writers have pointed out that Sinhala people are facing serious threats.` It is worthwhile visiting Rangith’s article ref. http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items/2012/11/03/protect-unitary-status-defuse-racism-repeal-the-13th-amendment-to-sri-lanka-constitution/
After terrorism was defeated by MR, MY3 gang has reduced the HSZ, released terrorists, indicated its intention to remove 16 groups and hundreds of Tamils from a list of foreign terrorists, appointed Tamils who have committed alleged fraud to key positions, allowed the national anthem, a vital symbol in a unitary state to be sung in the language of people who terrorised the country for 30 years and on previous occasions destroyed our irrigation system. “Prabhakran is my Leader, but Modi is my Political Model”, says a Sri Lankan TNA Tamil MP (ref. New Indian exoress) . This MPs statement and Vigneswaran’s submission to the UNHRC, all point to the idea that Tamils are not interested in reconciliation, but preparing for another war. It appears that people who wanted a ‘venase’ have voted in a LTTE government, who are leading us to a precipice. Have we not learnt anything from the 30 years of LTTE rule in the North and do we want a repeat performance ? So the Tamil terrorist threat is real and serious, and when they suspect we are weak sufficiently, they will start another war. How many times have we been taught this lesson ?. Appeasing them will make us weaker and make racists stronger. We are now in the same state as we were before the racist war, appeasing racists, without making our defence stronger, and without learning any lessons and completely ignoring the sacrifices made by the Sinhalese. Some writers have also pointed out the dangers to Lanka by the proposed 19A.
Economic mismanagement by the present Government is indicated by the decrease in foreign reserves, poor performance of the stock market and the decrease in value of the rupee. It is also likely that there would be high inflation, as money is allowed to go into the system, in the form of increased wages, without any increase in productivity. It is shocking that this damage is done within a short period of three months.
My view is that the treacherous acts of this LTTE government has to be passed on to voters at village level. If nothing os done, Sinhala Buddhists are doomed in Sri Lanka, by the voters committing an act similar to “turkeys voting for Christmas”.
Correct mental state is needed for survival, rather than rely on myths or majic. No myth or triple gem saved the Nalanda Buddhists ! nor those in the silk route. Unfortunately many want to turn a blind eye to these facts, without learning lessons!.
Many suspect that the acts of MY3 gang is more treacherous than the group that sold the country in 1815. MY3 gang is allowing themselves to be deceived by racists. Many suspect that MY3 gang came to power through deception and lies, the scene manipulated by foreign NGOs, agents and governments. MY3 gang has even managed to antagonise the people who helped us, the Chinese. All the indicators are that the West has a plan to destroy Lanka and want to destabilise Lanka as they did in Iraq, Libya and Syria.
MY3 and gang is doing the ground work for racist Tamils for the next Eelam war. The outcome of that war may even bring about the end of the Sinhalese in Lanka. What has the so called JHU and JVP done to protect the nation. Some say the MY3 gang is a puppet govt. of the imperialists and Indians whilst others refer o it as the LTTE government. They certainly have achieved a lot for terrorist sympathisers and even given our national anthem away. It is time to have an organisation called the Sinhala National alliance to protect the interests of the Sinhalese and counter act the threats of racist TNA and this has to be done urgently, before the final nail is hammered on Sinhala Buddhists.
We have to remember that funds for terrorism was raised in Western countries and initial training of LTTE was done in India. When we should try to become stronger, MY3 gang is making the Sinhalese weaker. Has MY3 got plans to lead the TNA ? Most Tamil politicians have conducted themselves in a racist manner and promoted Tamil racism. Unless Sinhala people recognise the threats from racist Tamils, the future would be bleak and future generations of Sinhala people will not have a country to live in Already if people look at a map or visIt various parts of Sri Lanka, they will find that the Sinhalese have lost a good portion of the only homeland. I have to mention that our hill country Tamil brothers and sisters are hard working group of people and have to be appreciated and treated as a valuable part of the community. Tamil brothers and sisters are hard working and In my view, all citizens need to work for the common good of the country and need to conduct themselves in a non racist manner.
We need to analyse why we are lagging behind other communities when it comes to wealth generation. My view is that religions and cultural constrains and blind faith in myths are preventing us from reaching our potential. More of it later on.
In simple terms, there is a need to develop critical thinking skills, problem solving skills, information seeking skills, trading skills, communication skills and business skills etc to name a few of the skills that we need to develop if the Sinhalese want to safeguard their only homeland. A single flag and a single National anthem would be symbolic in indicating a unitary state. Any deviation from this would eventually lead to fragmentation. Fragmentation would either lead to eternal war or the elimination of Sinhalese in Sr Lanka. Because of our proximity to Tamil Nadu and after destruction of our hydraulic systems by ancient Tamils there is a need to look seriously on security. This need is enhanced by the destruction done to us during the recent 30 year racist war. We should have learnt lessons. Unfortunately we have not learnt any lesson, even after the loss of 40000 soldiers, deaths of many women and children (Remember Dollar and Kent farm). My fear is that nature will wipe out those that are not fit enough to survive. Politicians are on a competition to appease Tamils and win Tamil votes. MR generated a unitary state and his defeat was celebrated in Tamil Nadu, surely this is telling us something!. It is vital that we stop the MY3 gang fragmenting the country. How can the Sinhalese stop the country from being fragmented by the MY3 LTTE gang ? May I ask again, . Has the MY3 gang being more treacherous than the gang who handed over the country 1815 ?
Thousands of poor people in NCP are dying from kidney disease. They appear to get no seeni bola from any one. The sad and trajic thing is, whilst the Tamils get seeni bola from everyone, including seeni bola from Sinhala politicians after the Tamil votes, the voiceless poorest of the Sinhala people even have less of the pie. In comparison Tamils appear to get seeni bola from Indians, NGOS, from bogus refugees abroad and from the MY3 gang as well. Indians favouring Tamils is racial discrimination against the Sinhalese and part of a divide and rule policy of India and should be stopped.
Recent ADB report states that Sri Lanka is lagging in innovation and application of technology in comparison to neighbouring countries. In my view, wealth generation skills, innovation, application of technology and activities generating wealth is far more important than Nivana seeking skills, to survive in the modern world. How can a nation brainwashed on giving up desires and suggested to seek extinction (Nirvana) make progress on innovation ? India, which produced these Indian myths and snake oil, have dumped ancient myths and are making good progress on innovation. In deed if we do not innovate and learn a move on and if we stick to ancient Indian myths, we would be made extinct, as the law of nature is survival of the fittest. I am a Sinhala Buddhist following precepts but do not believe in suicidal Indian myths. Our heritage and Buddhist culture has to be safeguarded, for cultural and historical reasons.
Who controls Sri Lanka’s banking and finance system ? Who runs most business organisations in Sri Lanka ?
MY3 gang came to power saying that they will eliminate corruption and slim down the number of ministries. MY3 bribed the Tamil voters and gave them seeni bola by releasing number of LTTE terrorists, by allowing the national anthem to be sung in Tamil and shrinking the Sri Lankan military presence in the North, removing terrorist Tamil groups from terrorist lists. These things appear to be attempts to bribe the Tamils to get their votes. Such actions by MY3,appeasing Tamils would be disastrous to Sri Lanka and the Sinhalese in general. Many feel that such treacherous actions are harmful to the Sinhalese, weaken them and sow seeds for the next terrorist war. Many wonder if MY3 received seeni bola from terrorist sympathisers or from the West . The very people who came to power saying they will eliminate bribery and corruption are the same people offering sweeteners to the Tamils. It is the Tamil racist terorrists that drained the blood of the nation and resulted in the ldeaths of over 40000 Sinhalese. Before MR liberated Lanka, politicians were appeasing the Tamils just as MY3 is doing now. Such actions, rather than producing harmony created chaos. In countries such as China and Japan that had multiple rulers, war between factions were common and countries were in disarray. Similar situation would happen in Lanka, if there is devolved power. For national harmony and peace, it is essential that the nation is united under one flag and one national anthem, as it gives a clear message on unity of Sri Lanka. It has to be remembered that it is a UNP government that yielded to Indian power that produced the 13A, that will disintegrate the country. The Sinhalese, if they continue to ignore the situation, will lose Sri Lanka altogether and will not have a country to live and be second class citizens in their own country. Other ethnic gropus such as native Americans, who did not change or respond to the threats facing them have got wiped out.. If the Sinhalese continue to give up desires and aim for extinction (Nirvana), they would be there, extinct before they even realised it.
MY3’s general performance so far and his comments about the queen shaking hands without gloves, indicate that MY3 is a naïve, ill informed, gullible person, not fit to govern a country, in a world full of extremely smart and cunning leaders. It is sad to see that MY3 and some traitors have joined the party that many see as associated with the privileged and Tiger sympathisers.
The extravagant spending by Mangala and alleged boy friend is revolting, as many in NCP are dying of Kidney disease.
It is reported by the ADB that Sri Lanka is lagging behind neighbouring countries in innovation and application of technology. I have repeatedly said that If the Sinhalese are to survive, then they will have to innovate and be good at applying technology and abandon giving up desires and abandon aiming for extinction (Nirvana). If the Sinhalese are not competitive, they will achieve Nirvana, automatically, as happened to many native American nations.
.The threat is not only from Tamils, but from globalisation, with various countries and groups seeking Sri Lankas resources such as the coast line and its strategic location. In my view, it is time to recognise internal and external threats and develop appropriate skills to survive in a global interconnected market driven economy where money and trading appears to play a dominant role. Whilst respecting our religious and cultural heritage, it is prudent to questions the validity of the underlying concepts. In a dangerous competitive world, only the fittest will survive. My concern is that Buddhists are too passive and not aggressive enough to defend themselves in a dangerous world, highly competitive world full of greedy people, where only the fittest will survive and the weak eliminated. In my view, giving up desires and run away from the problem, seeking Nirvana is not the solution. We have also to remember that the country rhat produced these myths have rejected the myths after the Nalanda debacle. India is now thriving in an economy driven by desires and want. Also remember that Buddhists in the Silk route have been wiped out. Tibet and Bhutan that have Buddhism similar to our Buddhism remains as very primitive and underdeveloped countries. Following ancient myths to give up desires and seek extinction (Nirvana) appears to be a route to disaster, as found out by Nalanda Buddhists and Buddhist in the Sulk route I am a Sinhala Buddhist and I follow the Buddhist precepts, perhaps as Buddha intended but without myths that is not compatible with the modern world. Being passive and doing the minimum may be easy, but will not help one to survive in a highly competitive world. It has to be asked, why are the Sinhala Buddhists at the bottom of the pile with reference to wealth and wealth generation. When a group is at the bottom of the pile, this group is disadvantaged in terms of education, access to information, health, housing and so on. My view is that non Buddhists have desires and are motivated to generate wealth. in comparison Sinhala Buddhists are informed of the virtues of giving up desires and seeking Nirvana (extinction). I would think twice before accepting ancient Indian myths that Indians have dumped.
How many have bothered to find out what happened to the natives in North and South America. In some countries the natives are second class citizens in their own country. If we want to avoid the same fate, we have to learn lessons. Nalanda Buddhists and Buddhistts in the Silk route experienced the end results, when countries were run under Buddhist principles. The sad truth is that many in the world do not follow Buddhist principles and we would become easy victims to nasty people. It is however, good to have good governance and values , but please leave religion out.
Religion could be used as a drug by nasty people and religion could be used to stop us from evolving. There is irrefutable evidence that nations that do not adapt to the modern world and those that ignore internal and external threats and are not prepared to defend themselves would be wipe out.