Mahinda says he is personally against death penalty
Posted on June 28th, 2019

Courtesy Adaderana

Leader of the Opposition Mahinda Rajapaksa says he is personally against the implementation of the death penalty.

He made this comment addressing the media following a religious event held at Horapawita Sri Vijayasundara Pirivena in Kamburupitiya, Matara today (28).

The event, joined by Mahanayake of Ramanna Maha Nikaya Venerable Napane Pemasiri Thero, was held under the patronage of Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapaksa.

One Response to “Mahinda says he is personally against death penalty”

  1. Dilrook Says:

    Personal opinions don’t count in national decisions. Historically when Sri Lanka was government by true Buddhist leaders (not Thirupathy types), we had the death penalty. Dharma didn’t change from then to now. Western values invaded SL since then and that made all the difference. Now all our politicians desperately want to be the darlings of the West and the west (despite killing their vile elements) preach to the non-white people to reconcile with their killers.

    Drug dealers are simply carrying out the western agenda while making billions in the process.

    Readers must educate themselves about the Opium Wars of the 19th century. British and European colonialists flooded China with narcotics to destroy China, ruin their economy, kill their men and turn Chinese women into prostitutes. China fought back without much success. Try that now!

    Sri Lanka desperately needs the death penalty to drug dealers at least.

    එක්කෝ කුඩු විකුණන්නන් කුඩු.
    නැත්තම් රට කුඩු.

    වෙනත් විකල්ප නැත.

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