The US Imperialists are Planning to Build US Army, Navy, Air Force Bases at Trincomalee and Set Up an Eelam by Supporting the TNA and other Separatist Terrorists
Posted on August 13th, 2016

By: Plumblossom

There is absolutely no doubt about imperialistic US plans to build a US army, navy and air force base at Trincomalee. Please note that once the US builds their US army, navy and air force base at Trincomalee, they are not going to stop there. They will build other bases within the island. For example, Hambantota harbour could also end up as a US navy base and the Mattala airport a US air force base. Iranawila will again recommence their CIA operations of disseminating biased propaganda to all Indian Ocean rim countries and beyond and Palaly in the North in Jaffna will also be converted into a US air force base.

This is the main reason that the US has, from the very beginning, supported the LTTE terrorists, who are in fact the US imperialists proxy force, wage a war against Sri Lanka to set up a bogus Eelam. The US knows that the only people who are standing in their way are the Sinhala people who due to they being majority Buddhist and wanting to preserve Buddhism, being the indigenous people of the island with over 2,600 years of history behind them and with our tribal ancestors having over 30,000 years of history within the island and due to they being very socialist in nature and supportive of socialist and eco-friendly ideals will never, ever let the US set up any bases in the island.

Therefore the imperialistic US, UK, EU, Canada, Sweden, Norway and India supported the LTTE terrorists and the TNA set up their bogus Eelam within the island for sure so that they can then set up US army, navy, air force bases within the island.

Sri Lanka lies along the world’s busiest sea route or the maritime silk road. To the South of Sri Lanka lies the vast Indian Ocean. Sri Lanka is located at one of the most strategic locations of the world with the Middle East, Africa and Europe to the North West, with India to the North and with South East Asia and East Asia to the North East of Sri Lanka.

At present, the US uses its Diego Garcia base extensively to subdue, bomb, decimate and dominate the rest of the world. Iraq and Afghanistan was bombed by the US using this most strategic of US bases, Diego Garcia. However, due to sea level rises as a result of climate change, low lying Diego Garcia will eventually be taken over by the sea. What better place therefore to build a US base than Sri Lanka? This is the reason that the US supports Eelam since sepoy, slavish LTTE, TNA will do whatever the US tells them to do. The only people standing in the way of the US building bases in Sri Lanka are the Sinhala people and they have been slapped with bogus US resolutions at the UNHRC with a view to partitioning this island and bringing on an Eelam with these constitutional changes to turn Sri Lanka into federal states or to even implement the 13th amendment to the full

However the 13th amendment should never ever be implemented and no more powers should be given to the provincial councils, especially no land, police or fiscal powers should be given to the provincial councils under any circumstances. Also the concurrent list subjects should be given over to the national list. Also merger between any two provinces should not be allowed.

About Trincomalee harbour, please visit this absolutely stunning and vast harbour and then anyone will be able to see its potential. Already, the road to and from Trincomalee has been built and all the roads and bridges around Trincomalee harbour has been built. There are over 99 oil tanks near the harbour. There is the existing Sri Lankan air force, army and navy bases. Trincomalee town has been refurbished. Trincomalee harbour is the world’s second largest natural harbour. It has a submarine canyon along its sea floor which is a very deep canyon along the sea floor which can accommodate submarines which then cannot be detected by radar. The harbour itself can accommodate a large fleet of ships. There is also a railway line all the way from Colombo to Trincomalee. All the infrastructure development was completed by the previous Mahinda Rajapakshe Government.

In the North of the country, offshore from Mannar are the Kauvery and Mannar basins, which contain oil and gas deposits. In the East and North coast too, offshore, there are oil and gas deposits. In the very North, there are many mineral deposits. Sri Lanka’s EEZ or the Exclusive Economic zone is around four times the size of Sri Lanka itself. Half of this vast ocean is located within the North and the East (or bogus Eelam). Sri Lanka is also, in the future, a recipient of an expanded EEZ which will be twenty three times the size of Sri Lanka itself. If this happens, half of this (or half of a vast ocean twenty three times the size of Sri Lanka) will belong to bogus Eelam. Since Sri Lanka is an island, its ocean resources are just as or even more important than its land resources. Almost all of Sri Lanka’s offshore oil and gas deposits, its mineral deposits and half of Sri Lanka’s EEZ is located within a future bogus Eelam. This is the reason that the US imperialists want to create an Eelam so that they can then grab all these resources easily.

Therefore, there is no doubt that the US would want to build a US army, navy, air force base at Trincomalee. For that, they only need an Eelam or a federal state and this treacherous Ranil, Sirisena, CBK and Mangala will make sure that happens since they have accepted the bogus US resolution at the UNHRC and placed our armed forces in deep trouble when our armed forces are totally not guilty but the LTTE war criminals are now suddenly totally innocent of all the war crimes that the LTTE terrorists committed for over three decades by massacring over 47,000 mainly Sri Lankan Forces, Police Force and Civil Defense Force members and also thousands upon thousands of civilians.

All Sri Lankans should totally oppose implementing the 13th amendment to the full and any more powers being given to the provincial councils than they have at present. Especially no land, police or fiscal powers should be given to the provincial councils under any circumstances. Also the concurrent list subjects should be given over to the national list. Also merger between any two provinces should not be allowed.

10 Responses to “The US Imperialists are Planning to Build US Army, Navy, Air Force Bases at Trincomalee and Set Up an Eelam by Supporting the TNA and other Separatist Terrorists”

  1. Christie Says:

    Behind the US is Indian vermin, Indian Empire and Indian colonial parasites.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    Only WW3 can save the world today. USA is bullying every country big and small. It destroys one country at a time. Pakistan. Soviet Union. Yugoslavia. Afghanistan. Iraq. Libya. Syria. Tried in Turkey. All others are waiting their turn. WW3 will be highly destructive but that will give reprieve to smaller countries like SL. There is NO other hope for HUMANITY.

    We got INDEPENDENCE thanks to WW2.

  3. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    In the 1960s, at the height of the cold war, the US was looking for a military base in the Indian Ocean in order to monitor Soviet activity. British owned Diego Garcia was perfect destination. In return for leasing it to them, the British government won a lot of good will from the US and major financial windfall to its Polaris submarine programme. The Inhabitants of Diego Garcia (Chagossians) got nothing. The expulsion of the Chagos islanders to accommodate the US military base has been described as “one of the worst violations of fundamental human rights perpetrated by Britain and US in the 20th century.”

    Despite Diego Garcia’s role in military warfare, many analysts view the island’s location far removed from the scene of action to their contentment. Time being a critical component, moving the US military base further north could warrant a favourable bearing in warfare.

    The lease on Diego Garcia, expires soon. Any agreement to extend, modify or end it has to be negotiated in 2014 between the US and the UK. These negotiations would be complicated for the big powers by the fact that Mauritius, which lost the Chagos islands including Diego Garcia in a colonial-era UK decision, is now staking its claim to sovereignty over the islands and will reportedly be party to the talks. The UK, now it has been made aware of the illegal use of Diego Garcia, has a duty not to renew the lease. It could and, in law should, return possession and control to Mauritius.

    With all these considerations in the mix there would appear to be uncertainty, in US eyes, over their domicile at Diego Garcia.And So it appears that the US, has been shopping for bases in the Indian Ocean region; a viable alternative was to turn to the Maldives, however that option also has been met with stiff resistance.

    Maldivian government has rejected the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) that the US sought to negotiate to have a base in the Maldives. The announcement last year by former president Mohamed Waheed (that Maldives will not sign the agreement) was re-asserted by President Abdulla Yameen at a press conference he held in Colombo. Minister at the President’s Office Mohamed Hussain Shareef told reporters the deal raised issues of sovereignty and constitutionality.

    The urgency the US is looking around for new options in the Indian Ocean Region is further reflected in a recent study by the Council on Foreign Relations, a New York based think-tank. they recommended that with the troop pullout from Afghanistan in 2014 the US should explore the possibility of basing its military in India. The special report titled “Reorienting US Pakistan Strategy: From Afghanistan-Pakistan to Asia” says the US should start discussions with Indian leaders on counter-terror cooperation including the possibility of basing US military and/or intelligence operatives in India to address Pakistan-based terrorist threats in a post-Afghanistan context. But India is not going to allow any foreign country to establish any military base on its soil, India cannot become a military ally of the US

    Taking these facts into consideration; the US’s strategic interest in Sri Lanka becomes abundantly clear. Since the times of Late President J. R. Jayewardene, the CIA and US Military High Command have made repeated calls for establishing US Naval /Air Bases in Sri Lanka.

    A Particular fixation has been given to Trincomalee Harbor, the crown jewel of the Sri Lanka Navy, WW2 British Admiral Horatio Nelson described the Sri Lankan harbor of Trincomalee as “the finest harbor in the world.” The importance of the Trincomalee harbor was such that it is an excellent and a defensible harbor that acquires first rate strategic importance. The US Military high command has postulated, given the depth of the natural harbor, US nuclear submarines would be able to dive low within the inner harbor to effectively avoid radar and sonar detection. Trincomalee has immense significance in this age of nuclear weaponry and nuclear submarine-based missile systems as well.

    US has made many overture’s to successive Sri Lankan governments for establishment of a US air base in Sri Lanka; The US Department of Defense Study conducted in 2001 observed that Sri Lanka’s infrastructure capability for US basing opportunities were deemed “Excellent”. The USAF DIA (United States Air Force, Defense Intelligence Agency) dispatched a team that visited Palaly, China Bay, Sigiriya, Koggala and Kuda Oya in 2001, had a similar assessment regarding Sri Lanka, they shared these findings with Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF), Sri Lanka Army (SLA) and Directorate of Military intelligence (DMI), US requested SLAF,SLA and DMI feedback on their observations and wanted Colombo’s comments on improving Palaly, China Bay and advantage of building new international dual-purpose airfield in Kuda Oya.

    If all these cluster of intelligence and declassified Literature are taken in their totality, it gives a clear picture that the US strategic aims in developing Palaly, Trinco, Kuda Oya. as an replacement for Diego Garcia.

    Given this insight, the continuous diplomatic salvo’s aimed at Sri Lanka by the US would seem to indicate that the USA’s much publicized campaign for “Human Rights“, “Accountability” and “Credible Investigations” has absolutely no relevance with human rights or any rational or fair assessment of what happened during the “last stages of the war”. USA’s Interest is simple – Its Shopping Cart is empty, US military have set their sights firmly on the pearl of the Indian Ocean.

  4. Christie Says:

    Mauritius is a third State of India. Mauritius is a country with a majority of Indian colonial parasites like Guyana.

    Can you people see beyond the USA.

  5. Christie Says:

    Thanks writer and commentators doing your best to mislead the majority Sinhalese.

    Operation Lal Dora

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    Operation Lal Dora was conceived in 1983, with the then Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi’s approval and called for the secret landing of Indian troops in Mauritius.[1][2] These troops were to be launched from the 54th division and the purpose of doing this was to help the Mauritian Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth fight off a challenge from his radical rival Paul Berenger which Government of India feared might take the form of an attempted coup.

    In February 1983, Jugnauth travelled to New Delhi to meet with Mrs Indira Gandhi, where he asked for military assistance in the event of a coup by Berenger. Gandhi assured him of Indian support. The power struggle between Berenger and Jugnauth came to a head in March 1983. On Mauritian independence day, while Jugnauth was in New Delhi attending a Non Aligned Movement summit, Berenger arranged for the Mauritian National Anthem to be broadcast over Mauritian television in Creole, referring to Creole, instead of English, as the national language. On Jugnauth’s return to Mauritius, Berenger proposed constitutional changes that would strip power from the prime minister. The MMM government disintegrated with Berenger and most of the cabinet resigning from the government. Jugnauth was left with a small number of mostly Hindu followers.

    Gandhi ordered the Indian Army and Navy to prepare for a military intervention against a possible coup against the Jugnauth government. But the military intervention was put off by Mrs. Gandhi, after a squabble between the Indian Navy and Army, on who would lead the operation. Instead, she chose to task the Research and Analysis Wing’s then chief, Nowsher F. Suntook, with supervising a largely intelligence-led operation to reunite the Indian community whose fracturing along ideological and communal lines had allowed Mr. Berenger to mount a political challenge.[3]

  6. Ratanapala Says:

    All told the indications are that Sri Lanka is moving fast to join the league of – Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, South Sudan and Kosovo. These are muddled up “successes” of the only Exceptional Country and world’s only “Super Power”in the world.

    While a majority the- 99%, their own idiotic people are living under third world conditions ignorant where their hard earned money is spent by the Neo Cons in Washington, USA is on a one way ticket to oblivion much more ingnominious than the old Soviet Union. The Lap Dog of the Americans the lowly British are now looking up to China soon after Brexit!

    The day ordinary Americans get targeted by the terrorists, (they themselves brought into existence by the sheer lunacy of their leaders) for just being Americans, the truth will just might dawn on them.

  7. Fran Diaz Says:

    Cold War type politics & the European economy are the top topics that push all the actions in the rest of the world …. ?

  8. sena Says:

    LOL. How many of these patriots belong to the urban elite class in Sri Lanka? Abide by their veneration for English which they use to distinguish themselves from their fellow countrymen, they have been yes men and women to the West. Often they agreed to the dictates from the West against the interests of their own country (Sri Lanka). A simple example is during Korean war Sri lanka sold rubber at half the market price to the West. As a result from one of the richest countries in Asia in 1950s, now Sri lanka has become one of the poorest. One the other hand countries like Singapore and south Korea have gone the other way. The difference is the educated in those countries cared for the interests of the people and developed knowledge base economies. We are talking about racists and if you think our urban elite have shown this tendencies in worst possible ways towards their own countrymen and women. No outside country is coming to help without any benefit themselves. But like south Korea we should be smart enough to use such assistance in prudent manner. But Sri Lanka educated class have not shown such attitude for the past 70 years and instead have joined with politicians to exploit the system their own selfish gains

  9. Lorenzo Says:

    How USA, Japan and Endia are trapping SL.

    “The US and Japan are maneuvering with greater purpose this year to contain an increasingly assertive China in East Asia and the Indian Ocean. From deploying the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system in South Korea to signing a landmark Logistics Support Agreement with India, the longstanding allies are pressuring Beijing to back down from its controversial policy of erecting military outposts in the contested waters of the South and East China Sea.

    Many Pacific Rim nations including Vietnam and the Philippines that have ongoing disputes with China over the atolls that define their maritime influence but cannot directly confront a powerful neighbour and important trading partner, quietly welcome a US foreign policy “pivot” that draws greater American military assets into East Asia to safeguard freedom of navigation. Japan, meanwhile, is tasked with throwing money at China’s regional allies, especially those subsisting on foreign aid, to flip their loyalties and diplomatically isolate Beijing in international fora.

    This is where Sri Lanka comes in. After a near decade of pro-China policies under former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka has retreated to tacit nonalignment in Maithripala Sirisena’s tenure, and may be eyed by Washington and Tokyo as low hanging fruit. President Sirisena himself made history on May 27 when he became the country’s first head of state to participate in the annual G7 Leaders Summit, hosted this year by Ise-Shima, Japan.

    At the summit’s so-called Outreach Meeting, Sirisena joined counterparts from emerging economies ranging from Bangladesh to Chad in rubbing shoulders with leaders of arguably the world’s preeminent political and economic bloc. His trip improved significantly in Nagoya two days later, after a one-on-one meeting with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe yielded a highly generous $4.2 billion assistance package for Sri Lanka at near-zero interest rates. A few weeks later in Colombo, Abe announced another $175 million grant aimed at improving the capacity of Sri Lanka’s coast guard.

    Critics at home, however, are not sold on the notion that Abe’s invitation to Sirisena was simply an acknowledgement of Colombo’s progress in promoting human rights and fiscal discipline over the past 18 months. To them, all roads lead to China, and as proof, they point to the roll call of non-G7 invitees to this year’s outreach meeting. Tellingly, every country, including Sri Lanka, is either on China’s to-woo-list for its ambitious overland and maritime Silk Road projects, heavily reliant on cheap Chinese financing or locked in a territorial dispute with the communist regime.

    China’s all-weather ally Pakistan was noticeably absent from the meeting, perhaps because it cannot be bribed away from Beijing’s side. The timing of the outreach meeting, in the background of simmering tensions in the China Sea and US President Barack Obama overturning a half-century ban on arms exports to Beijing’s old rival Vietnam, also foreshadows US-Japanese attempts to isolate China by, among other things, splitting the loyalties of its presumptive Silk Road partners.

    But why China? Why has a country that does half a trillion dollars worth of trade with the US and is the EU’s second largest trading partner with no history of sparking conflicts suddenly turned into the G7’s bogey? The answer lies in a hot mess of competing territorial claims in the South China Sea, a critical commercial shipping gateway. China, citing its historical sway over these waters, has used a “nine-dash line” since 1947 to mark-off its section of the sea. Rival claimants call this tantamount to bullying, and an infringement of their Exclusive Economic Zones as guaranteed by the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.

    Washington’s interest in Sri Lanka also stems from fears it shares with New Delhi that China is pursuing a triangular approach to maritime hegemony in the Indian Ocean via military agreements with Sri Lanka, its economic corridor partnership with Pakistan, and a maiden naval base in the small Horn of Africa nation of Djibouti. India, especially, has no desire to rewind time to November 2014 when two Chinese nuclear submarines were parked across the Palk Strait in a show of defiance by Rajapaksa despite clear instructions from New Delhi to prevent this very scenario.

    Then again, how do you say no to your number one benefactor. 94 percent of a total of five billion dollars in Chinese assistance to Sri Lanka between 1971 and 2012 poured in during Rajapaksa’s reign. Naturally, Washington and New Delhi were eager to break this partnership before Sri Lanka became a permanent springboard for China’s military ambitions in the Indian Ocean. Indeed, when Rajapaksa was finally ousted in the 2015 presidential vote, he squarely blamed both India’s spy agency RAW and pro-US politician and former mentor Chandrika Kumaratunga for willfully sabotaging his reelection bid.

    Sri Lanka’s incumbent Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe is publicly pro-West, as demonstrated by his order to rigorously audit all Chinese-backed projects on suspicions of corruption upon assuming office in 2015. Soon enough, though, Sri Lanka’s economic woes — compounded by a near 7.5 percent budget deficit — shackled the unity government and estrangement from China was no longer an option. In April, Wickramasinghe, at the end of a four-day trip to China, made an about-face and announced his government’s willingness to play a larger role in the Maritime Silk Road, telling reporters “Our policy is to make Sri Lanka an [economic] hub of the Indian Ocean.”

    Sri Lanka, the same month, also petitioned the International Monetary Fund for an emergency $1.5 billion bailout to stave off default. While India seethed at this perceived treachery, it dawned on Washington that incentivising Colombo to consider abandoning China was necessary. Still, even as Japan’s largesse comes at a very handy time for Sirisena and Wickramasinghe, it may not be enough to permanently tack Colombo to America’s corner. Having seen the carnage wrought by the US “national interest” in neighbours Pakistan and Afghanistan, Sri Lanka is all too aware of the price regional allies end up paying for Washington’s blinkered militarism.

    “http://dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/15-Aug-16/sri-lanka-steps-into-a-new-cold-war”

    Having seen the carnage wrought by the US “national interest” in neighbours Pakistan and Afghanistan, Sri Lanka is all too aware of the price regional allies end up paying for Washington’s blinkered militarism.

    Having seen the carnage wrought by the US “national interest” in neighbours Pakistan and Afghanistan, Sri Lanka is all too aware of the price regional allies end up paying for Washington’s blinkered militarism.

    Having seen the carnage wrought by the US “national interest” in neighbours Pakistan and Afghanistan, Sri Lanka is all too aware of the price regional allies end up paying for Washington’s blinkered militarism.

  10. Lorenzo Says:

    Dear Editor,

    Please publish this.

    http://dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/15-Aug-16/sri-lanka-steps-into-a-new-cold-war

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