General Fonseka’s entry into politics: Is it the end of democracy in Sri Lanka?
Posted on October 29th, 2009

nimal dunuhinga

As a simpleton I do not see any difference in between War and Politics.
In the battlefield you kill the enemies by Arms & Ammunition.
But it’s rather change in politics as most of the hypocrites use wet towels for the said purpose instead of shooting they do it by strangling,
I suggest that the General could get a retirement and wear a saffron robe for the end of journey?

2 Responses to “General Fonseka’s entry into politics: Is it the end of democracy in Sri Lanka?”

  1. Sydney Zoyza Says:

    By your own admission, you claim to be a simpleton. Why come to such far reaching conclusions and make disparaging remarks about a great Sri Lankan hero you know nothing about.

    Please don’t spread such paranoid nonsense.

    I suggest you read this excellent article written by Major General (Retd.) Lalin Fernando

    As Field Marshall Sam Manekshaw, the hero of the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war said to Mrs Indira Gandhi “Prime Minister, I am only a soldier. All I want to do is to serve my country. When I finish I will go back home. I have no inkling for politics or for any other government job”.

  2. NeelaMahaYoda Says:

    Dear Mr. Sydney Zoyza , don’t blame others for discussing this issue, instead blame Gen Fonseka for not denying it so far, if it is not true. Secondly, you should blame Ranil Wickremasinghe for dragging Fonseka’s name to create a rumor as a campaign to plant the seed of this crazy and dangerous idea in Fonseka’s head. Gen Fonseka is about to do “කොලේ ඉරාගන්නවා “

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