Protect, Preserve and Prosper – Man and The Sacred Environment and National Heritage.
Posted on October 22nd, 2020

Dr . IMRC Iriyagolle A Buddhist Sinhalese

The Great Sinhala race in their wisdom embraced Buddhism, the path to salvation. Lord Sidhartha Gauthama Buddha (5C-4C) was and is the greatest reformer and revolutionary known to mankind. The Great Buddhist Kings and Leaders of Sri Lanka protected and preserved not only the Buddhist civilization but also the natural national heritage . This is a reflection of the attitude, lives of the Sinhalese that encompasses fundamental principles of Buddhism. A Nation living in harmony with nature with respect for all life forms.

Message to The government and private entrepreneurs Death comes to all, the rich, the poor, the powerful, the traitors and patriots and how and when depends on their destiny. Natural justice will prevail for Crimes committed against man, beast and the environment. The Sacred environment must be protected. Legal or illegal activities of constructions, destructions because of ignorance, negligence or both must be stopped.

These criminals for they are criminals can in the process of ‘deforestation’ destroy the the ecosystems, rain forests(lungs of the planet) that absorb carbon dioxide detrimental to the wellbeing of live forms, animal and human.

THE SACRED SINHARAJA A BIOSPHERE RESERVE AND WORLD HERITAGE SITE(UNESCO) IS A FEW VIRGIN FOREST LEFT IN THE WORLD NOW BEING DESTROYED IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE THE DESTRUCTORS WILL BE PUNISHED BY NATURE THIS BIRTH OR NEXT

Some of the Dangerous and harmful effects of deforestation.
Increase harmful green house gases such as carbon dioxide harmful to live forms.
Death of plant and animal species due to loss of habitat.
Soil erosion
Homelands of indigenous peoples destroyed
Global warming
Decline of rain fall
Increase and re-emergence of in tropical diseases: Malaria, snailborne schistosomiasis.

In Sri Lanka leopards, wild elephants, rare butterflies and birds are victims deforestation. The government and every individual living in and out of Sri Lanka should consider it their sacred duty to protect, preserve and nurture our sacred Buddhist Civilization, Our country, Our Great Race, Animal sanctuaries and habitats. Legislation isnecessary to protect man, beast and habitt.

Dr . IMRC Iriyagolle A Buddhist Sinhalese

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