A hidden conspiracy to destroy the SLPP?
Posted on April 16th, 2018


Sri Lanka has faced conspiracies against the populist political formulations since the formation of the People’s revolutionary government in 1956.  Most of these conspiracies had to be faced by Madam Sirimavo Baandaranaike during her reigns of 1960 – 1965 and from 1970 – 1977and these conspiracies were reactionary in nature and were concerted attempts to thwart progress being made towards enhancing people’s welfare.

The last conspiracy was an ultra reactionary conspiracy launched jointly by western powers, hegemonic India and diehard treacherous and perfidious local  elements who converged together to avenge the war winning former President Mr. Mahinda Rajapaksa for liberating the country from 30 years of  a vicious terrorist  war and having a government without genuflecting to external inuendos.  An ultra conservative government headed by treacherous Maithripala Sirisena was installed on 8th January, 2015 as a result of this intensive vicious smear campaign carried out by these plotters..

This Sirisena-Ranil foreign servile government for the last three years failed to fulfil any of the pre-election promises made to the people – which included provison of one million jobs, establishment of many manufacturing industries, snatched away all rights enjoyed by the people, suspended all ongoing projects launched by the Mahinda Rajapaksa government, embarked on an extensive programme of selling state properties and national resources to foreigners, initiated negotiation on many free trade and facilities agreements with neighbouring countries which could make a drastic impact on the job market, lead to brain drain and deny employment for many local craftsmen, imposed taxes on all and sundry products but reduced the pice of beer, discouraged agricultural production and several hundreds of thousand acres of paddy lands were suspended from paddy cultivation forcing the country to import rice  saying that it was cheaper to import rice  than cultivating it locally although the price of a kilo of rice shot up to over Rs. 100/= , similarly concessions that had been given to cultivation of tea, rubber and coconut were withdrawn creating a scarecity for coconut in the market and jacking up the price of a coconut to over Rs. 100/=, pseudo media shows were staged to mislead the people of establishing a volkswagon car manufacturing factory in Kuliyapitiya, Asia’s biggest tyre factory in Horaana and South Asia’s tallest building in the Colombo City but the country  received no significant foreign investment despite the claim that the government  has won over all foreign countries and the western countries would come in queues for  investment in the country and Sirisena and Ranil  making several foreign visits one after the other begging for forrign investments and attending all foreign investment foras held throughout the world during the last three years.

However, the government was not hesitant to take scornful measures to fulfil the pledges that had been made to Sri Lanka’s foreign enemies, which included the early introduction of a new federal and secular constitution, devolution of power to provinces, facilitate the establishment of hybrid courts for foreign judges and prosecutors to hear cases against the war heroes bein alleged of war crimes, rapid demilitarization of North anf East, establish necessary institutional mechanisms to prosecute the war heroes, continue with arresting prominent war heroes under various pretexts of delinquency, and give official authenticity to the blatant allegation that Sri Lanka has committed war crimes during the last stages of the war.  In addition to this, almost all opposition politicians, their sspouces, their family members and the high ranking public servants were continuously driven to courts and imprisonments under various pretexts and illusory charges.

When the country was in such a precarious situation the government was forced to hold local government eletions due to extensive pressure exerted by the people’s organisations, the joint opposition together with the former members of the local gocernment institutins after the government deliberately postponed the elections for almost three years despite their boasting of upholding democracy and having a just administration, the so-called ‘yahapalanaya’. The people wholeheartedly welcomed the elections as an opportunity to register their hatred and anger towards the repressive government and vent their unequivocal apology for helping to depose the prvious government, acknowledge Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa as the sole and true patriotic leader of this country by ensuring victory  for over 230 of the 341 LG institutions for Sri Lanka’s nascent political formation SLPP led by Mr. Mahinda Rajapaksa with over  45% of the votes, reducing the once powerful United National Party (Union of Notorious Plunderers) to a pathetic 27%, and the former glorious Sri Lanka Freedom Party now being held captive by Sirisena to a pitiable 13%.

When we make an indepth analysis, of the UNP results, it becomes very clear that the pratfallen UNP’s 27% of votes included the upcountry Tamil votes of Badulla and Nuwara Eliya districts, votes received by Mslim Congress candidates contested under elephant symbol (Puttalam and several other districts), votes received by Rishad Bathiudeen’s party candidates contested under elephant symbol (Mannar and Vani districts), and votes of quislings received from the cosmopolitan urban areas including Colombo, Kanfy districts and a very minor and negligent percentage of votes received from rural areas and accordingly the UNP is fast becoming a vanishing political species in rural Sri Lanka, especially among the Sinhala Buddhists.  .

9 Responses to “A hidden conspiracy to destroy the SLPP?”

  1. Dilrook Says:

    Sirisena has already done a Yasalalakatissa (the king who gave his powers to a lookalike guard for the fun of it and then found at the receiving end of the guard who ordered soldiers to kill him). Now he has to do a Sirisangabo. Otherwise the nation goes into chaos.

  2. Charles Says:

    Nizam, It is good that a new Party SLPP was formed to recuperate what SWRD Bandaranayake stood for. The political hypocrites like Sarath Amunugama, Mahainda Samarasinghe, Duminda Dissanayake and Maithripala Sirisena are better out of SLFP than in it . Now the old SLFP has become an addendum to UNP. People should support SLPP and turn away from SLFP remnants. Even SB Dissanayake and Dilan Perera cannot be listed as good followers of SWRD Bandaranayake policies.

    I hope some thing would happen to bust the Yahapalanaya set up, and allow SLPP to reorganise the Country. Our people I mean the Sinhala Buddhists , despite their Buddhist background are very ungrateful. Otherwise they should rally round SLPP and defeat Sirisenas nefarious plans to put Ranil in the seat of the President.

  3. Charles Says:

    Nizam about a conspiracy against SLPP, I think here is some reason to believe it as this prorogation of the Parliament is not aSirisena Brain wave. It must have been on advice from other sources. Prorogation also extends the life of the Yahapalanaya Government. Every thin Sirisena and Ranil do are to destroy Sri Lanka and make it ungovernable by any future Government of goodsense.

  4. Christie Says:

    Hi Nizam;

    1956 was the start of the down fall of the Sinhalese whether they are Buddhists, Sinhalese or Christians.

    Indian Colonial Parasites prospered more and more after that and now they may have their own State that will be part of India.

  5. sena Says:

    No conspiracy needed. Once in power they will do it by themselves through rampant corruption and not prosecuting their henchmen just like they did after ridding the country of terrorism

  6. Charles Says:

    Christie if 1956 was a mistake what would have been the better choice for the people ? Was it allowing DS Senanayaka and the UNP kalusuddas to have continued ? We could not have asked the British to come back and keep us as their subservient Colony. What would have been your solution and what is the solution you propose now. Putting the balame on the Indians who as we all know are our enemies and had been our enemies since Independence, takes us no where without suggesting an alternative.

  7. Fran Diaz Says:

    One important solution for a small country like Lanka seeking a permanent peace :
    Non-national political parties ought not to be allowed at all in Lanka.

  8. Christie Says:

    Who financed SWRD?
    Who picked up SWRD from UNP government?
    As soon as Banda came to power village students who were studying in English medium in government Central Schools were denied English Medium Education,; am I telling lies?
    Did Banda’s gang nationalize any establishments run by Indian Colonial Parasites?
    Who stopped the landless Sinhala settlement schemes?
    Who scuttled the Nehru-Kotalawala Agreement?
    What happened to the CSIRO, Junior Technical Schools, Agriculture Schools like Kundasale one, Sinhala business persons, Pirivenas, Standard of University Education?

    The list of questions goes on.

    What we have to do is all Sinhalese have to unite and stand up to India and Indian Colonial Parasites.

    When I say Sinhalese I mean all Sinhalese Buddhists, Muslims and Christians.

    In 1956 India and Indian Colonial Parasites used moral corruption against the UNP.

    In 2015 they used financial corruption against Mahinda.

  9. SA Kumar Says:

    Fran Diaz
    Non-national political parties ought not to be allowed at all in Lanka.- that would be NON democratic country (eg: Russia, China) , I am sure no one of us like it .

    Putting the balame on the Indians who as we all know are our enemies and had been our enemies since Independence, -Correct .
    better solution at present is copy Indian system . United Provincial council of Sinhela Island (Buddist SL(7PCS), Saiva TE(NPs), Muslim TE (EPs) .

    Fully implement 13A & 16A together over 25 years period ( not in hurry cos no one going any where ).
    no short cut !

    mean time, let me go back our 2,000 years Thani TE dream, where are Velu ????? ( we have give this jilmal alive other wise We both know You sinhalese will start 1956 to 1983 Demila baila )

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