RE: Pro-Christian Constitution aimed at stripping Sri Lanka’s Buddhist Land & Heritage
Posted on June 2nd, 2016

Vajiragnana

Don’t be so pedantic, today we are a nation of “bastards”! There’s no one with “pure Sinhala blood” running in our veins. From the time the colonists landed the country they “screwed” the natives spare-ring none! It is too evident even in the same family you fine siblings of different skin tones! So, it’s in namesake we talk of being “Sinhala and on top of it Bauddha”. Ranil has a cabinet that only knows to say “we accept” your proposal “SIR”. He is the man who was hell bent on celebrating 500years of Portuguese influence in Sri Lanka.

Anyway don’t give up that easily there’s the “yellow brigade” to keep everything in order, don’t cry in advance! However I doubt very much that the young who sacrificed their lives in vain to free the country from a mistakenly labeled movement called “LTTE” TERRORISTS (World has excepted them as “Cuddly” pussycats) will care two hoots just to defend few “lines in the constitution” this time!

All you say on Maldives is true, “was once a Buddhist nation. Today the Buddhist history has been expunged from its history books and whatever remains of Buddhist architecture is being targeted and destroyed even by attacking the museum where these relics are kept. Everywhere ground is dug some Buddhist remain appears and each time that historical monument is destroyed.  “They have effectively erased all evidence of our Buddhist past,” a senior museum official told”. That should happen wherever there appears to have presence of Buddhism!

Just wear your thinking cap for a short while, we were told in the profound teachings of the Exalted Thathagatha that it is the task of every Bodhisattva to find the lost Dhamma, so in a future Planet where there is no Dhamma a Bodhisattva will have to struggle hard to discover the ultimate truth to become Buddha! Just like there are no free lunches!

Then if you are fortunate enough I shall appear as “Prince Diyasena”  to become “Maith3Buddha! to settle all the ills of the World!

I cannot agreemore on all you have said here, but the country is in decline, so have patience till I am born again, unfortunately my early exit was prevented by my GP fixing my Triple bi-pass!

Vajiragnana

Pro-Christian Constitution aimed at stripping Sri Lanka’s Buddhist Land & Heritage
Shenali D Waduge
When out of 19 members selected by the Prime Minister only two (Kushan de Alwis & M K Nadeeka Damayanthi opposes the removal of Article 9  it revealed beyond doubt the objective. 70% comprise Buddhists in Sri Lanka and only 2 stood for the sacrosanct status of the country’s historical ethos. The composition of the committee was clearly aimed to be a transit constitution enroute to fulfilling the unfulfilled goal of Christian colonial rulers. This constitution is nothing but a betrayal of our history, it is a conspiracy against Buddhism and the proposals to change the… -Full Story-
(LankaWeb – 02/06/16)

Pro-Christian Constitution aimed at stripping Sri Lanka’s Buddhist Land & Heritage

4 Responses to “RE: Pro-Christian Constitution aimed at stripping Sri Lanka’s Buddhist Land & Heritage”

  1. Dilrook Says:

    Irrespective of these commissions not giving due regard to all submissions, we must write to them. Such disregard can be attributed when rejecting their report. If a sufficient number wrote to it demanding the due place for Buddhism, removal of 13A, upholding unitary status and centralising important government functions, the panel will be compelled to pay more attention than they have. It was the same case with LLRC.

    Sadly, only few people writing and commenting here have taken the trouble to write to the panel. It is not a good sign if we are to actively uphold the above.

  2. Dham Says:

    Dilrook,
    Was there any objections to the religious composition of this 19 member executioners appointed ? I didn’t read anywhere any objection by any one.

  3. Fran Diaz Says:

    The only acceptable Common Ground all countries all over the world now have is fighting Climate Change.

    Buddhist Lanka should join in with Bhutan (Buddhist country) to do just that, and form the nucleus for SE Asia Group to fight Climate Change.

    Here is the video clip showing Bhutan’s Prime Minister’s speech on the topic :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Lc_dlVrg5

  4. plumblossom Says:

    We do not need provincial councils which only promote separatism. The provincial councils only duplicate the already existing system of ministry, district secretary, divisional secretaries, grama niladhari system which has functioned for decades. In addition, there are the municipal, urban councils and pradeshiya sabhas who elect their officials to ensure that there is local government representation and to ensure that local matters are dealt with effectively. The ministry, district secretary, divisional secretaries, grama niladhari system is how government plans get implemented at the district, divisional and the grama niladhari level. The only thing the provincial councils do is duplicate this already existing system and is totally unnecessary. Since Sri Lanka is a small country, what is agreed at the parliamentary level in terms of plans can be implemented islandwide via the ministries. If anyone in any province wants to suggest anything innovative, they can do so via their MP at the parliamentary level. A small country such as Sri Lanka needs a strong central government and just one plan for the entire island to move forward. For this to happen, the existing ministry, district secretary, divisional secretaries, grama niladhari system is sufficient. At the local level there are the municipal, urban councils and the pradeshiya sabhas to take care of local matters. The provincial councils are a huge waste of money and only promote separatism.

    Sri Lanka has been a Buddhist country since 300BC. Sri Lanka has provided an enormous service in the preservation and propagation of Buddhism around the world, especially to other Asian countries centuries ago, even millennia ago. Therefore, the state religion should be Buddhism for the foreseeable future. The unique identity of Sri Lanka is precisely due to Buddhism which is the prevalent religion of the country. The US, UK, the EU, Norway, Sweden and Canada who do not like this or the TNA separatist terrorists who do not accept this should be told these facts. If the TNA separatist terrorists want an alternative law to prevail, they can kindly leave and go live in any other country which is more to their liking.

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