UNP Desperados Want Sarath Frankenstein to Save Them from SLPP Steamroller
Posted on March 3rd, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara

Desperate times call for desperate action. This is what is going inside the panicky heads of UNP desperados. They want SF to take over the law and order ministry and stop the SLPP steamroller that is racing to flatten the UNP. Little they realize, SF is not UNP leaders’ boytoy (pun intended). He is far more seasoned and tough to be anyone’s darling or pawn. He has his own agenda.
For the benefit of those who suffer two-weeks amnesia, SF demanded UNP leadership in 2009 and 2010. He even moved into Opposition Leader’s official residence in 2010. Ranil was about to move out when Mahinda saved him and probably his marriage too! SF is only too aware of how politicians used him and dumped him. He is not ready for those games again. The first thing he will do as law and order minister is use his power to take over the UNP leadership. He has no love for Ranil, Mangala and Ravi as displayed vividly in his speeches not so long ago.
UNP desperados are digging their own grave if SF takes over the law and order ministry.
Sirisena has nothing to worry from SF antics as he is immune from prosecution. In fact, Sirisena will use SF to tame down the UNP. Since he knows very well he is needed only until Rajapaksas are jailed, he will delay it as much as he can. UNP will suffer LTTE’s fate politically under their new Lady Justice Sarath Frankenstein. The only way UNP can avoid getting flattened by the unstoppable SLPP steamroller is to deliver the promises, punish bond scam crooks and stop devolution madness. No Frankenstein can stop it.

10 Responses to “UNP Desperados Want Sarath Frankenstein to Save Them from SLPP Steamroller”

  1. Christie Says:

    Sarth Fonseka was the Indian recruit for 2010 Presidential election.

    This is another Indian job in waiting.

    With the Head of the Police Commission being already being an Indian appointment things will be easy for India and Indian Colonial Parasites.

  2. charithsls Says:

    Quite agree with you, whoever gets SF closer is digging their own grave.
    Recently we all criticised MR visiting Thripathi. But was it a better planned master stroke by MR’s team? Why, he got maximum exposure to claim his election victory on foreign land, what’s better than Indian. He showed his case to his opponents internationally that he is back to business ,better you be aware. Indian authorities are not going to welcome him so this ‘religious’ trip was the ploy! I think we have to accept this.

  3. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Traitor UNPatriotic party aka SBSB party (S-lon bata in Sinhalese butts, real terras half the country on a plate) has been busy digging the grave for the Sinhalese race, Sri Lanka and Buddhism ever since traitor alugosuwa (to Sinhalese only) thambi mudiyanselage [email protected]
    took over. Thambi Mudiyanselage [email protected] introduced 13, 13A to break up the vast country (3,500 mile long, several
    time zones, no phones, no roads, etc. etc?) to please its ardent supporters tamils, mussies, catholics and the
    catholic west. What’s more alugosuwa also started traitor diaspo rats all over the developed countries and now the
    those diaspo rats while living comfortable lives abroad want to dismember Mother Lanka. Traitor alugosuwa then
    groomed its nephew, traitor chief die hard catholic token Buddhist Bay Gal karaya Mega Thief Mega Thakkadiya
    Walking Crime Bomb with the timer set for another 10-20 years (could be less, if maaraya claims the papa
    tharaya) Batalande Wadakaya Pol pot [email protected] nil wickrama Sinhala killer. This traitor alugosuwa [email protected] nil turned out be
    worse than its traitor uncle and has been destroying Sri Lanka, Sinhalese race and Buddhism for the last 40 years
    with its token Buddhis cover (nobody has seen him worshiping in a temple apart from election time visiting them to
    fool the monks and the Sinhala modayas). With the west’s, india, traitor tamils, mussies and catholics backing Batalande Wadakaya is no means ready to hang its boots yet.

    Batalande Wadakaya wants to destroy Mother Lanka, Sinhalese race and Buddhism for good before its own
    henchmen finally dump it or maaraya claims the papa tharaya. I bank on maaraya to come first since these
    manthree horu and amathi horu traitor deshapaluwan can’t be trusted at all nowadays! Throw some money
    around and the gang of thieves will sell their mothers for it. How do you finance these thieves? It is so easy. Get
    its catholic mafia to break in to the central bank. How do you come clean? Appoint a yes men committee! Or get
    the law and order job for a week from traitor puppet the rubber stamp vaira pala nari sena to throw away the
    files. These things are no big deal for the traitor UNPatriotic (SBSB) party!

  4. Nanda Says:

    I don’t know how many of you know Mr. Frankenstein had a ‘assault of police officer’ court case for years until he rose up high and a friend became police chief. He may still be suitable to film industry to handle feamale actors but to become police minister …… well…. he need some serious meditation practice.

  5. Christie Says:

    Nanda, who is the head of the Police Commission?

    He is another pick by India and Indian Parasites.

    There are lots of things in our country that people do not see.

  6. ranjit Says:

    It is good to have a well disciplined person as police minister but not this particular man because he lives with hatred and revenge towards his political and personal enemies. He is a wife beater and a cruel man who has tortured many innocent soldiers during war time for petty offences. It was a well known fact and majority doesn’t approve his appointment as law and order minister. He is not good in communicating with people. We have seen on several occasions his rowdy actions and hate comments he display in front of TV cameras. We do not want a person in his calibre to be our law and order minister at any circumstances. We have to show our displeasure100% on this issue.

  7. Nanda Says:

    President Sirisena Refuses to Appoint Sarath Fonseka as Law and Order Minister Despite Ex- Army Chief Requesting Post in Person and in Spite of Prime Minister Wickremesinghe Asking Maithripala Directly and Writing 5 Letters In Support of Field Marshall

    4 March 2018, 2:20 am

    When the brief but sombre private swearing-in ceremony ended last Sunday, President Maithripala Sirisena made sure those from his Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) proceeded to an upper floor at the Presidential Secretariat. There, a worried looking Sirisena said he bestowed the much-talked-of Law and Order portfolio on Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. The Premier, he said, would hold the position only for a short period.

    This is whilst military strongman and Minister Sarath Fonseka, who was away in Indonesia, was widely touted to hold the position. Upon his return, he anxiously began looking for staff for the new ministry. When he met Wickremesinghe on Tuesday, the Premier, who was backing his appointment, explained that top level Police officers were opposed to his appointment.

    An angry Fonseka was to accuse some of them, DIGs, as smugglers and drug peddlers who should be in jail.

    The next day (Wednesday), Fonseka met the President to discuss his appointment. Sirisena made clear it was not possible to appoint him. Once again, Fonseka was angry. Outside the President’s residence at Paget Road, he told those present that he was seeking the post not for himself but to do a service to the country. He had wanted to clean up the Police Department and deal with those who were corrupt.

    The Fonseka saga is not over. Wickremesinghe has so far written five letters to Sirisena. He is to now tell the President that his United National Party (UNP) and “the public at large” want Fonseka in that job. This is whilst politicians of different hues and organisations are speaking out in Fonseka’s support.

    During meetings with Sirisena after the reshuffle, accompanied by UNP General Secretary Minister Kabir Hashim, the Premier raised issue again. Kalpana karala balamu or let us think about it, was Sirisena’s reply. The meeting was to discuss how to move forward with the Government now that they have chosen to go it together.

    However, it is extremely unlikely that Sirisena would agree. “He has made up his mind not to have Fonseka as the Law and Order Minister,” a high ranking official source said. Yet, a change of mind, as demonstrated many a time during recent political events, leaves some serious doubt. He may relent under pressure, said a distraught SLFP Minister who did not wish to be named.

    Sirisena gave no explanation to the bemused SLFP audience last Sunday why the much awaited ‘major’ Cabinet reshuffle ended in just a ‘minor’ shake-up. It was like the proverbial mountain labouring to bring forth a mouse. In this instance a tiny one. Ironically, there were rewards to those whom Sirisena warned he would deal with. The public who had expected Sirisena to carry out his assertions for change made in different rallies for the local polls were disappointed.

    Yet, Sirisena’s about-turn and the remarks he made to SLFP Ministers, Deputy Ministers and MPs bared his uneasy predicament. His local polls campaign centred on fighting corruption. Days before the event, he vowed he would not work with those corrupt. Even to the most dim-witted, it was clear the reference was to frontliners of the United National Party (UNP). What made him change from fighting them to joining hands with rewards to work together again?

    The once confident Sirisena, who wanted to exercise powers of the executive presidency, and use a ‘sword’ in the execution of his promise, has morphed into a weaker position and projected an even weaker image. The exact reasons for the sudden shift may not be known, not even to political analysts. However, the backdrop in which events unfolded gives a glimpse into his actions and food for thought.

    Envoys of two countries, each powerful in its own way, called on Sirisena separately before the Cabinet re-shuffle. These were countries which did not favour the Rajapaksa administration and helped ensconce Sirisena in power in 2015. After his election, they assisted the new dispensation in many ways. Their projects took root and more were in the pipeline. The envoys were explicit that they did not in any way want to tell Sirisena what to do.

    Yet, they sounded a note of strong caution. They made clear their serious concerns about the collapse of a Government which had won the people’s mandate for five years. They also made clear their respective Governments would find it difficult to co-operate with a new regime if the current disposition they had backed was not in place.

    Added to it was a meeting Sirisena held earlier with Rajavarothayam Sampanthan, leader of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA). The TNA leader reminded Sirisena of the pledges made by him to make Constitutional changes to address Tamil issues. He had also referred to the ongoing United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) sessions in Geneva and the consequences that could flow to the country if there was a change in Government. The United States backed resolution (co-sponsored by Sri Lanka) is due to come up for discussion.

    In the light of this, the Government has been making hurried preparations. A seven member Office of Missing Persons (OMP) has been appointed with attorney-at-law Saliya Peiris as chairman. The choice was made by Sirisena. Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana ordered the cancellation of a transfer order sent by a top Foreign Ministry official asking Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, Ravinatha Aryasinha to return to Colombo. This was on a directive from an angry President Sirisena who was told that the recall was when the UNHRC sessions were to take place. Minister Marapana also spoke on the telephone to Aryasinha in Geneva to ask him to ignore the recall order and stay behind.

    Courtesy:Sunday Times

  8. Lorenzo Says:

    BREAKING NEWS FROM SIRA’S DEN. SLPP victory has DIVIDED Rajapaksha family.

    Recently MR went to Thirupati with YOSHITHA.

    Why Yoshitha? He is not in politics. Why not Namal?

    MR has asked god to SAVE Yoshitha from the Thajudeen case. Immediately after he arrived in SL Sira talked to him and DEMANDED SLPP surrenders to SLFP. Otherwise GR and Yoshitha go to jail.

    GR and Yoshitha want MR and BR to do whatever to keep Sira happy so they will be untouched. But NR and BR want to keep SLPP going.

    This has DIVIDED the family.

    I can guarantee that My3 DID make that demand from MR. What do you think MR should do? SURRENDER SLPP or SURRENDER GR and Yoshitha?

    Sira is a RUTHLESS negotiator.

  9. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Traitor puppet the rubber stamp vaira pala nari sena has a new a weapon. He is grooming his daughter vaira
    pala nari dena for politics. She is a ‘vastly’ experienced writer with book sales of 1. Her recent book vaira pala nari
    sena’s crocodile tears for Sri Lanka was an instant hit. Latest news is after eating a kehel kola lunch, vaira pala
    nari sena seriously contemplating daughter vaira pala nari dena for the law and order job once the Batalande
    Wadakaya get rid of all the files relating to its CB robbery project. Hope the Wadakaya will get the job done in
    no time!

  10. Nanda Says:

    Lorenzo,
    ‘Divided the family’ is OK as long as action is cordinated. This family is not only MR GR NR BR.
    Sira, not Tirupathy, is fully protecting all heroes metioned above. No worries. This is why Idi Fonseka is kept out of Law.

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