Unrestricted access creates bombs in the welfare camps.
Posted on May 26th, 2009

Jay Deshabandu

United Nations Secretary General wants UN agencies to have immediate and unimpeded access to the government IDP welfare and care camps. He knows very well that more than 8000 LTTE carders have given up their arms and mingled with the civilians in the government care camps. Those carders are still sleeping bombs; and, if they have a hand on a bomb they would blow up themselves with the innocents around them. And, this too, with the blessing of evil wishes and pathological liars of the west, will be used as a blame on the government and the people of Sri-Lanka by the Pro-LTTE western media and foreign knuckle heads. What is so sad is that the unhappy, sorry-self, Mr. Ranil Wickramasingha expressed, as usual, the same thing, unimpeded access expecting the damage and problems for the country so that he could become president after all. The whole country should know what he had discussed in Noway during his official holiday! Does he want to change the country in to a grave yard?

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ So, why does Ranil and some of the educated leaders of the west insist on the Sri Lankan government to give immediate access to IDP camps? Perhaps, they are too much concerned about the safety of the civilians; or perhaps, he was influenced by the terrorist and nuclear armed UN agents who are dying to spark new waves of problems for the people of Sri Lanka. The pictures released on the ex-battle zone were taken from the Secretary General’s helicopter while he was on a tour over the last battle field. The disturbing pictures were distributed to the world with the intent of damaging Sri Lankan authorities. Thank you Mr. Secretary General! I thought pictures were only for the adults and not for the minors all over the world! Cab we see similar pictures of the battle feild in Iraq or Afghanistan?

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ If we must adhere to the UN boss, it would be better to ask him for a safety guarantee within the IDP camps and in Sri Lanka; and, ask the western dominated UN to run everything by them for us (them?). Unimpeded access will pave the way for any corrupt UN agent with bombs and suicide jackets to sneak into the IDPs camps without being checked by the security. Thus, without a doubt unimpeded access would bring in more fire to a situation that is now receding! What we have in Sri Lanka is simply an internal problem. We need help: not the lip services but the tangible goods. And, we do not want to give access to Sri Lanka or the IDP care camps for every Jack, Jill and certainly, not for the Dicks!

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ The strict security controls at the IDP camps would make the civilians in the IDP camps as well as all citizens in Sri Lanka equally safe. And, it is utmost important! The government has already declared that all IDPs would be resettled to their original places within six months; and, some of them have already been resettled much to the dismay of Johnny heads in the west! This needs to be respected and supported by the international community. USA and Britain are still holding prisoners of war without actually charging them. The millions of civilians died during the Iraq war under the pre-text WMD white lies. Recently, hundreds of civilians in Afghanistan were killed by the US army only to be awarded with the compensation of “a very, very sorry” to each family killed by the US nuclear armed military. Aren’t these violations of human rights and war crimes? If not what are they? How about the newly invented sex-torture to war prisoners in Iraq given by young American sex addict maniac soldiers? What is that?

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ Neither the Tamil Diaspora nor the Western media know how much of a real agony and untold hardships we have faced for the past nearly odd thirty years. I have grown out of it with others; and, we had enough of it. Thousands of innocent farmers, villagers, Buddhist monks, Muslim & Hindu priests and people of all walks of life were shot dead by the ruthless LTTE and its leader Prbhakaran. These people were murdered even during ceasefire times; and, even when the people were praying at their places of worship. And even when they are just working on their farmlands. So, why did some western knuckle heads wanted to save this mass murderer? Shouldn’t the God punish the LTTE right here on this planet? Why are these pro-LTTE supporters go against the will of the GOD Visnu who is one of the care takers of Sri-Lanka which is indeed the GOD’s country!

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ Many young Tamils living in the West have never been to Sri Lanka. They are not Sri Lankan citizens; and even Prabhakaran’s father was not born in Sri Lanka. They are now British, American or Canadian citizens. They are not really a product of Sri Lanka and its culture except perhaps they are the by products of the west. If the citizenship means something to them, other than economic gains, they should not break the rules and regulations of their adopted country. They have not suffered! We have suffered a lot from the LTTE and their pregnant suicide bombers! They cannot wear our shoes!

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ Sri Lanka is a nation of diverse ethnic backgrounds. If an Eelam( that is a separate country) is right for the Tamil race, then a similar country should be granted to each ethnic groups such as Muslims, Burghers and to Malays; and, even to Sinhalese! How about our aboriginal people in Dambane? They too should be given a similar separate country with their own police, military, perhaps with a lot of bows& arrows( to hunt) and other structures necessary for a government.

ƒÆ’-¡ƒ”š‚ Tamil Diaspora should understand the popular tool of the West: divide and rule. They are still unfortunately being used as leverage against the government of Sri Lanka and India by the West. And in return, the Tamil Diaspora is using the west for the mislead unwanted war. Why are they becoming being used is a million dollar question! The thirteen amendment provides more rights than necessary to address legitimate Tamil grievances. Please read the thirteen Amendments in the constitution of Sri Lanka, which is proposed as a pragmatic solution to this terrorized problem. The thirteen amendment is neither perfect nor weak; but, it is a good start. Among other things, It lacks immediate accountability and transparency of the governor appointed by the president in a given council. It proposes an executive governor who can act on his own will on numerous matters. Nevertheless, this is a product of our uneducated and not so intelligent politicians who proposed it. But, it may be a good bitter medicine for the conflicts and for those who got affected. Support for a united Sri Lanka.



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