“PRESIDENT MAHINDA RAJAPAKSE IS THE FATHER OF WAR VICTORY”- SARATH FONSEKA ON 14 DEC 2009 (VIDEO RE-PRODUCED)
Posted on February 21st, 2016
By M D P DISSANAYAKE
( By Courtesy YouTube)
FM’s FM: FOUL MOUTH OF FIELD MARSHAL:
The Government of Good Governance is making ground work to use Foul Mouthed Sarath Fonseka to bring maximum political damage to the President Mahinda Rajapakse through various malicious allegations. The stage is set to unravel these stories within next few weeks and months.
With this back drop, it is appropriate to listen to Sarath Fonseka’s statements and clarifications made at a Rupavahini interview on 14 December 2009. We urge patriotic readers of Lankaweb to re-visit this episode so that comparisons can be drawn between facts and fiction from the horse’s mouth.
SIGNALS OF MARCHING ORDERS FOR GOVERNMENT:
The loss of power is looming for the Government of Good Governance. The influential Ven. Sobitha Thero factor is no longer available for Ranil, Maithree and Chandrika. Dr Nirmal Ranjith Dewasiri ( the spokesperson of National Movement for Social Justice who pioneered with Ven Sobitha to bring Ranil into power ) has branded Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe as a “Stubborn” man. The outright rejection of Bhikku Kathikawatha Bill by the Supreme Court having direct spin-off effect of advancing rights of Buddhists. Determination of Prime Minister to sign The Economic and Technology Cooperation Agreement (ETCA) is being condemned by the Organisation of Professional Associations (OPA) highlighting the threats to employment opportunities to Sri Lankans at all levels of employment.
The public anger is being translated into action on massive scale on daily basis. The protests from Professionals, Farmers, Teachers, Bhikkus are outpouring. Except JVP, Tamil and Muslim Leaders, majority of personnel and organisation which supported the formation of the government are either perished or abandoned it. Tamil and Muslims are continuing their support to obtain the maximum demands within the remaining period of rotten legacy of Ranil Wickremasinghe. A silent substantial group of UNP MPs are increasingly feeling uncomfortable with the modus operandi of the Prime Minister.
The media has realised the dangers of continuation of this government and for compelling reasons views of the public are largely being expressed through an independent manner, even though newspaper editors have been put under undue influence and political pressure.
According to Neurosurgeon, Dr Anurudha Padeniya, the Prime Minister Mr Ranil Wickremasinghe is displaying (a) the weaknesses of ability to listen to others views, (b) the lack of flexibility and (c) the lack of leadership qualities. This is a serious observation.
Can a decorated soldier in 2009, since found guilty of several criminal offences, provide much needed hype to an insane leadership?