Author Archive for G. de Silva

His Master’s Voice

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

G. de Silva Dear Editor, I came across a rather interesting article by one Bharatha Mallawarachi titled ‘Sri Lanka starts to impeach chief justice’ which appeared in the on-line version of Seattle Times recently – http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2019573685_apassrilankachiefjusticeimpeachment.html. It was interesting not because of its content because to know that some event happening in far away Sri […]

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RE: Possible Abuse of Sydney University Resources for Political Purposes

Friday, September 4th, 2009

G. de Silva Dear Dr. Spence, I refer to my previous email.  For your information, I have not received even an acknowledgement, let alone a response, to my submission from you, your office or any one of your colleagues who would have some level of interest in safeguarding the good name of the Sydney University. […]

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Possible Abuse of Sydney University Resources for Political Purposes

Friday, August 14th, 2009

G. de Silva Dr. Michael Spence, Vice Chancellor, University of Sydney.  Dear Dr. Spence,  I am writing this email to bring to your attention of, what appears to be, an abuse of Sydney University resources to promote certain political agendas by some of your staff.  You may be aware that the Centre for Peace and […]

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Do not Promote Terrorism in Australia!

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

G. de Silva Dear Ms. Parke, I emailed you my comments on this issue separately but cannot help but make some observations on your reply to Badra.  Your statement (in italics below) is nothing more than saying “ƒ”¹…”you have been naughty little boys and girls’ to the LTTE and stabbing the Sri Lanka Govt. in […]

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War Crimes of the International Community

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

SPUR (Society for Peace, Unity and Human Rights for Sri Lanka Inc)P.O. Box 4066, Mulgrave VIC 3170, Australia The EU and some other members of the “International Community” (IC) have unfortunately joined the LTTE international wing in adding their voice to  alleged  Human Rights violations during the last stages of the “civil” war in Sri […]

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Stop the bloodbath

Friday, May 15th, 2009

G. de Silva Hi Luis, Thank you for taking time to read my letter.  What you say in response sounds great but unfortunately lacks pragmatism and to me it is nothing but just a bunch of glorified empty words normally heard at coffee lounges in Western countries.  You say you do not condone the atrocities […]

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