Author Archive for Dilrook Kannangara

Reestablish Sinhala Ownership Against Hindu Invasion of Okanda Dewalaya and Okanda Kataragama Dewalaya

Saturday, August 31st, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Attention is paid to Muhudu Maha Viharaya thanks to untiring efforts of Buddhists. However, close by are other Sinhala heritage sites that have been invaded and converted to South Indian shrines by Hindus. There was no Murugan or Valli Amman kovils in this area until very recently. Their construction is extremely recent as […]

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Next President Will Have All Powers Sirisena Now Enjoys and a Lot More

Monday, July 29th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara A group of UNPers, convinced they are going to lose the next presidential election big-time, is spreading false information saying that the next president will not have the same powers President Sirisena now enjoys. They argue 19A provisions relating to the powers of the president come into effect when his first term ends. […]

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දියවන්නාවේ දියවන සිංහළ අනාගතය

Saturday, July 27th, 2019

දිල් රූක් කන්නංගර රට හැරයන්නට කලියෙන් සුද්දා වඳුරාට දැලිපිහියක් ද වහල් සේවයට දකුණු ඉන්දියාවෙන් සහ මලයාවෙන් ගෙනා වහලුන් දසලක්ෂයක් ද දෑවැදි දීමට වගබලා ගත්තේය. වැඩිකල් යන්නට මත්තෙන් සිංහලයා ප්‍රජාතන්ත්‍රවාදය තමනට රිසිසේ ප්‍රජනන-තන්ත්‍රවාදයට පෙරළා ගති. දියවන්නාවටත් ජනාධිපති කමටත් එකම සුදුසුකම සම-ප්‍රජනනයයි. එහෙව් රටකට මොන අනාගතයක්ද? සුද්දා දමාගිය රටට ණය නොතිබිණි; විදේශ වත්කම් තිබුණි. යුරෝපීයයන් බහුතරයක් සිටි […]

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Another Presidential Election, Another Display of Tamil Eelam and Malaya Nadu Maps to the World

Friday, July 19th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Another presidential election is around the corner. And that means the nation is forgotten once again and political clans take centre stage.  There is a sinister side to all presidential elections. All presidential elections after 1994 showcased internal divisions to the whole world. The ethnic group classified as ‘Sri Lankan Tamils’ demand Tamil […]

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Parliamentary Select Committee Turns Victims into Terrorists and Terrorists into Victims

Saturday, June 15th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara The parliamentary select committee (PSC) is an evil election gimmick by UNP and its partners to turn victims of the 21/4 terrorist attack into terrorists and turn Muslim terrorists who carried out the attack into victims. This is despicable at best and downright barbaric at worst. It is total disregard for the victims […]

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The Next President Will Have All the Powers President Sirisena Now Enjoys

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Nihal Jayawickrama has written recently claiming the post of President will be merely ceremonial when President Sirisena vacates office. The government will implement policies and programmes of the prime minister and his Cabinet ministers (all of them parliamentarians). The president will be notified of decisions. Though the president will retain some powers like […]

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Many Faults in “What people say and what they really mean” by Prof. Ekanayaka

Wednesday, May 29th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara The following article by Prof. Ekanayaka contained many irrelevancies and faulty logic. Allow me to point them out. He has not touched sufficiently about the ‘Sinhala’ part and focused mostly on the Buddhist part. He is mostly wrong on both counts. http://island.lk/index.php?page_cat=article-details&page=article-details&code_title=204747 Arguments before main arguments There are no Sinhala Buddhist rivers, forests, […]

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Minorities Holding Sri Lanka Hostage

Sunday, May 26th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara What happens in Sri Lanka is a story straight from hell. Indian and Arabic minorities are holding the nation hostage. To an outside onlooker it is strange and comical but this is serious. It marks the end of the nation. Tamil and Muslim terrorists have been released under various pretexts. Some were not […]

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Fighting Muslim Terrorism Far More Complicated than Fighting Tamil Terrorism

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Fighting Tamil terrorists and Muslim terrorists are two different things. 1. (During the war) Tamils were a net economic burden to the nation. Over 70% of Sri Lankan Tamils lived in the north and the east but a very small amount of tax was paid by them. Their expenses were enormous. A massive […]

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With National Elections Approaching All Parties Salivating at Muslim Votes and Want to Push the Matter Under the Carpet

Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Another election and another betrayal. Presidential and parliamentary elections are just months away. All parties are gearing up to it. And that means venerating minorities and their leaders. UNP has a captive minority vote base and it very keen to keep it that way. As a result UNP will never allow a crackdown […]

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Why No Peace is Possible Without Exterminating Potential Terrorists

Friday, April 26th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara The incompetent Prime Minster quite correctly stated that returnees from Syria could not be punished sufficiently as the law does not cover it. As per the current Sri Lanka law, they have committed no grave crime. However, can the people and the nation rely solely on the law and legal means to save […]

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Prophetic Advice of Bodu Bala Sena Leader on Islamic Terrorism Ignored

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara What happened on April 21, 2019 was no accident. It was going to happen based on what happens around the world and in Sri Lanka. Explosives were unearthed, Buddhist shrines were vandalized, hate material were found and even intelligence reports indicated of an impending Islamic terrorist attack. The parliament was told that at […]

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Best Twenty Man Squad for WC2019 Including Wanidu Hasaranga

Monday, April 15th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Team Sri Lanka should play the following squad for the WC2019 to achieve best outcomes. Angelo Mathews, Niroshan Dickwella, Sandun Weerakkody, Kusal Perera, Upul Tharanga, Dasun Shanaka, Dinesh Chandimal, Kusal Mendis, Thisara Perera, Milinda Siriwardana, Asela Gunaratne, Dhananjaya de Silva, Ashan Priyanjan, Shehan Madushanka, Akila Dananjaya, Lasith Malinga, Suranga Lakmal, Isuru Udana, Shaminda […]

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Any More Devolution is Federal Plus Confederated Country Like Yugoslavia

Saturday, January 19th, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara No one is more hated than he who speaks the truth – Plato Think only TNA, UNP, JVP and SLFP support more devolution? Think again! SLPP Convener Basil recently stated that more devolution is needed to resolve problems affecting the minorities. In an interview with Anidda” he stated that minorities have problems and […]

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The north and the south cannot be bridged politically. It is futile attempting it.

Monday, January 7th, 2019

 Dilrook Kannangara The north will remain Tamil only forever. Try changing that first. Until then, forget about reconciliation in the north. Reconciliation in the south means only Sinhalese making more and more sacrifices and compromises while Tamils freeload. It is a one way street. සිත හැදෙන තුරු – උතුර දකුණ යා කරන මනුෂ්‍යත්වයේ පාලම – […]

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Abolish Executive Presidency: 60% Sinhala Voters Rejected President Sirisena But TNA Won

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Dilrook Kannangara Executive presidency was introduced to create an unfair advantage for the UNP as it has a lion’s share of the minority vote. This was the intention in 1978 when it was created. In a 1966 speech to the Ceylon Association for the Advancement of Science, JR Jayawardena proposed executive presidency as the UNP […]

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A Textbook Case for the Supreme Court

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara Can the President dissolve parliament in 2018? This is the most crucial question affecting political circles today and keenly watched by all politicians. The Supreme Court has to decide. It is a straightforward textbook case. The simple answer is – no; the parliament cannot be dissolved before February 2020. However, if the President […]

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Sirisena and Mahinda Averted Another Indian Invasion

Sunday, October 28th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara What happened on October 26, 2018 was far more than what is on the surface. India was on the verge of another invasion – the sixth attempt since 1972. The 1973 lopsided Sirima-Shastri Pact saw the invasion of the island by half a million Indians. Kachahativu deal was no better which has resulted […]

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Abrogate India FTA and Sign FTA With China to Overcome Economic Crisis

Sunday, October 7th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara Sri Lanka’s economic crisis is due to the inability to repay loans fallen due after grace periods gradually come to an end. This cannot be overcome without earning or saving $4 billion a year for this year and the next 3 years. This cannot be earned or saved no matter how much taxes […]

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Death of Tamil Nationalism

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara The last surviving link to Tamil nationalism is now dead and along with him dies Tamil nationalism. Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister died at a very old age. He follows the recent death of another former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and the killing of the Tamil Tiger leader a couple of years ago […]

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Most Buddhist majority nations have capital punishment.

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

 Dilrook Kannangara In Thailand death sentence is imposed on 35 crimes including murder and drug trafficking. It’s the same in Myanmar with a smaller number of offences carrying the death penalty. Although no one was actually put to death since 1988, the option is open and available as no policy restriction exists against it. Vietnam […]

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Second Coming of Mahathir to Destroy Malaysia

Sunday, June 24th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara Mahathir is credited for building Malaysia to what it is today. However, that doesn’t mean everything he touches turns into gold. In fact, he is now going to destroy Malaysia. He has been hired by the Americans to use Malaysia as an expendable tool to attack China. The winner in that battle is […]

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Sri Lanka Will be Destroyed, Violated and Divided into Two Nations Under a Hitler-Like Leader

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara By 1930s Germany was in utter desperation somewhat like Sri Lanka today. However, instead of overcoming its problems the right way, voters increasingly empowered the Nazi Party lead by Adolf Hitler. Within six years the country was in total ruin. US and Soviet soldiers rampaged the country in every way imaginable. Thereafter they […]

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Rajitha Factually Incorrect: Dead Tamil Terrorists Not Children of Mother Lanka

Friday, May 18th, 2018

 Dilrook Kannangara Rajitha made another joke recently saying dead Tamil terrorists were also children of Mother Lanka. It is not true. They were never sons and daughters of this nation. In fact, they did their very best to murder Mother Lanka and thankfully failed. They were self-admitted children of a mythical nation called Tamil Eelam. […]

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Despot Disrobed or Potshot Misdirected?

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara I was shocked to read Sarath De Alwis’ article titled ‘Despot Disrobed’ in Colombo Telegraph. It’s aimed at Gotabaya Rajapaksa. It prompted me to write this response to dispel many false allegations and shocking connotations in that article. This is my right to reply as a very concerned citizen. It starts with a […]

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LTTE Treaty Allies Saved Ranil: UNP’s Last Hurrah

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

 Dilrook Kannangara Out of 224 MPs eligible to vote, only 76 have any concern for the nation, its finances, good governance and people’s mandate. 148 of them have no regard for the nation. Interestingly, Ranil was saved by LTTE Treaty allies! In February 2002 various political parties signed Memorandum of Understanding each with the LTTE. […]

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Is the Opposition Leader a Regime Slave?

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara Tamils never came to terms with democracy. It is such an alien concept to the Tamil society which was always ruled by caste discrimination, tribalism and other outdated concepts. It is no surprise the Opposition Leader (also the TNA leader) always comes to the rescue of the regime! TNA has become the laughing […]

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While Termites Split the House Mosquitoes Feast on and Attack Householders

Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara (The foregoing has no resemblance to any country or persons. Any similarity is only coincidental.) A house stands along busy east-west Indian Ocean Drive. Its occupants have lived there as long as they can remember. They have no other first or second home. However, they are not the only living beings in the […]

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Will Mahinda and JO Leaders Vote for the No Confidence Motion Against Ranil?

Monday, March 5th, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara If all go to plan, the no confidence motion against Ranil by the courageous and patriotic UNP MP Vasantha Senanayake will be taken up on March 7, 2018. Will Mahinda and JO leaders vote for it, or will they prefer to abscond? If they fail to vote in support of the no confidence […]

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UNP Desperados Want Sarath Frankenstein to Save Them from SLPP Steamroller

Saturday, 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 […]

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