Letter to David Cameron, PM of the UK
Posted on October 30th, 2010

Asoka Weerasinghe (Mr.) Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario . K1J 6G1 . Canada

October 30, 2010

 Rt. Honourable David  Cameron , MP
 Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
10 Downing Street
  London SW1A 2AA,  UK

 SENT BY FAX

 Dear David Cameron:

Do you know what Sir. Winston Churchill would have told you if he was your mentor after reading your response to Labour MP Siobhain McDonagh calling for an independent investigation on the alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka, he would have chomped on his Cuban cigar, tapped at your right should and said:

“Good God, my dear David laddy, you cannot get on your high horse and be so damn righteous about us Britishers when we are the worst human rights violators in history.  Didn’t you do your home work lad before you made that comment about our former colony Ceylon, I mean Sri Lanka?

“Well”¦here’s what you should know being our Prime Minister.  Britain is accused of holding Iraqi prisoners of war in a legal black hole after it emerged that two men accused of killing our soldiers have been detained without trial for more than five years.  What if, Ceylon’s, I mean Sri Lanka’s President Rajapaksa, I hope I got his name right, calls for an independent investigation on this alleged human rights violations, a Lipton’s Orange Pekoe tea bag will not be large enough to hide your stupid face, David.

“Laddy, if you had done your home work you would have found out that our British government is been accused of involvement in a catalogue of  “grave human rights violations” since the September 2001 al-Qaida attacks, in the report published by Amnesty International.  Sweet Mother of Jesus, what the heck are you going to do David lad, if this smart Ceylon’s, I mean Sri Lanka’s President calls for an independent investigation on these AI reports?  I will tell you one thing laddy, two Lipton Orange Pekoe tea bags, make it three tea bags put together side by side, won’t be large enough to hide your ruddy face of shame.  So just keep off your smart alec comments about Sri Lanka to yourself.   They are doing marvellously well”¦didn’t they get rid of the Tamil Tiger terrorists single handed, didn’t they?  And shame on us, we didn’t want to help one of our former colonies but we are helping Afghanis to get rid or their terrorists. That is a fact, isn’t lad?

“You know lad, I too was in a bloody war, World War II, and you were born only 21 year after it ended and I suppose you know very little about it other than reading about it in school text books.   Like Ceylon, I mean, Sri Lanka’s President Rajapaksa, I hope I pronounced his name right, I too had a responsibility for my British subjects like Mary Fleur and Ian Donald, your Mum and Dad, to see them survive that damn war, and so did the President had a responsibility for his 21 million people to give them back their right-to-life as the Tamil terrorists were killing them willy-nilly for the want of their mono-ethnic, racist separate Tamil state Eelam.  I wouldn’t have tolerated that nonsense either.  And David, laddy, we should be ashamed of ourselves too because we were part of the problem letting these lousy Tamil buggers who came to our great island as refugees collect money for months and years to finance that war.  That is the truth, isn’t it David?  And the war dragged on and along the way killing hundreds and thousands of innocent unarmed civilians.

“Laddy, do you know how World War II ended?  It ended by the dropping of the Atom bombs on Japan during August 1945.   Boom! went Hiroshima on August 6  in a  mushroom cloud of  poison smoke and same thing happened to Nagasaki on August 9, killing, scorching, burning  and blistering millions of Japanese.  I didn’t care two bloody tuppence about Human Rights then as I had to save my people like your Mum and Dad, and it didn’t matter to me that the Americans dropped those bombs as they did it for us, and all the world’s humanity.  AI wasn’t present then, and if they were and made comments on human rights, I would have asked them to shut their bleeding-heart gobs.

“But mind you David, laddy, that war lasted 6 years and Sri Lanka’s separatist war with the Tamil terrorists lasted 27 years, haemorrhaging that little island I loved  so much as a colony.  They had a damn good natural harbor in Trincomalee where we hid our war ships from the Germans during the war.

“I am glad that Rajapaksa man, I hope I got his name right, followed my vision when I said during World War II, “We shall not flag or fail.  We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills, we shall never surrender.”

“So if that little brown man, President Rajapaksa, I hope I pronounced his name right, tell you to fly a kite and then go jump into the icy waters of River Thames by the parliament and leave Sri Lanka alone as it is none of your business nor of that Labour Party woman Siobhain McDonagh, take that advice like a true “Rule Britannia” Britisher, and keep your hands off  Ceylon, I mean Sri Lanka. They acted according to the “ƒ”¹…”Law of Necessity’.  They are in peace now, aren’t they after that 27 year old war ended on May 18, last year?  Not a single bomb has gone off since they got rid of that pesky Tamil Tigers hasn’t it?   If I had my way I would have crunched them under my shoes like a bunch of cockroaches.

“David my lad, here is something that you should know about the “Law of Necessity” which very likely applies to Ceylon, I mean Sri Lanka.   Beginning from a decision in the Supreme Court of Cyprus in 1964, the Courts in Nigeria, Ghana, and Pakistan, all of our former colonies, have held that persons in power may act through extraordinary legislation, departing from all accepted norms of good government, including the violation of the Constitution, if they could establish that,   “”¦the evil perpetrated upon the citizens by so departing is less than the evil avoided by such departures.”

Then, each such departure is both justifiable and legal.  Many countries have seen draconian laws being enacted, Constitutions being violated, and citizens placed in peril through this principle.  However, each of these departures have been justified politically and legally when the exigencies threatened the very survival of a nation.  Did you know that, David, my boy.  Well pass this on to that Labour party woman,.  Educate her my lad.

“So mind your manners David laddy, and take care of our business at home and let the Ceylonese, I mean the Sri Lankans take care of theirs.

“You know David lad, you were in the right to have asked that woman, Siobhain McDonagh  to shut-up and sit down and not ask such stupid questions about Sri Lanka when they had every God damn right to defend their sovereign territory and give back to its peoples the right-to-life, the first tenet of human rights. I hope you were listening to me David.”

So there you are Right Honourable David William Donald Cameron, that would have what Sir Winston Churchill would have told you, and I agree with him 200 per cent.  Just keep your hands off Sri Lanka, and take care of your people at home, where 490,000 of your public servants might lose their jobs as a result of your budget cuts.  That is enormous David.  For Pete’s sake take good care of your good people.  Just forget about Sri Lanka, as they don’t care two hoots about your people as right now they are more concerned about progress and reconciliation of their pretty little island and its peoples.

Sincerely,

Asoka Weerasinghe (Mr.)

4 Responses to “Letter to David Cameron, PM of the UK”

  1. dhane Says:

    Its very good. Send a copy to David my lad and ask his comments. Also a copy to that woman, Siobhain McDonagh and to shut-up and sit down and not ask such stupid questions about Sri Lanka ANY MORE. Let both consult President Rajapaksa how to solve their problems if needed.

  2. jay-ran Says:

    Yes Asoka, YOU R MILLIONS TIMES CORRECT!!!
    These foolish pundits SHOULD MIND THEIR OWN BUSINESS AND SET AN EXAMPLE THEMSELVES BEFORE PREACHING OTHERS.Britishers are 100% at fault for providing WRONG FALSE INFORMATION ABOUT WMDs IN IRAQ THAT DIDNOT EXIST AND PAVE THE WAY FOR A BLOOD BATH OF INNOCENTS IN IRAQ.

    Now, POOR BRITISHERS ARE PAYING FOR WHAT THEIR LEADERS DID BY WAY OF LOOSING JOBS ETC!!!

    LONG LIVE HON MAHINDA RAJAPAKSE, MY MOTHERLAND’S GREAT PRESIDENT!!!

  3. DR ANURA WEERERATNE Says:

    ASOKA, THIS A VERY WELL WRITTEN ARTICLE. I MAY ALSO ADD THAT THE MR GOVERNMENT SHOULD ALSO INITIATE STEPS TO ASK THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO RETURN TO SRI LANKA ALL VALUEABLES THAT THE BRITISH PLUNDERED FROM SRI LANKA, INCLUDING THE THRONE AND CROWN OF THE LAST KANDYAN KING.
    IF BRITAIN REFUSES TO HAND OVER, REPRESENTATIONS SHOULD BE MADE TO THE UN.
    MR CAMERON SHOULD REALISE THAT THERE IS A FAIR AMOUNT OF BRITISH INVESTMENT IN SRI LANKA. LEVER BROTHERS AND CEYLON TOBACCO WHO CONTINUE TO BLEED MONEY FROM SRI LANKA NEED NOT CONTINUE TO BE FOREIGN OWNED. THESE TWO CONCERNS HARDLY DO ANY EXPORTS AND SELL THEIR PRODUCTS IN THE LOCAL MARKET. THEIR CHIEF EXECUTIVES SHOULD BE WELL ADVISED TO IMPRESS THEIR POLITICAL MASTERS THAT CAMERON ETC SHOULD BE VERY CAREFUL IN DEALING WITH A HIGHLY MOTIVATED SRI LANKAN GOVERNMENT AND IT IS BEST THAT THEY “SHUT UP” ON MATTERS WHERE THEY HAVE BEEN OBVIOUSLY BEEN MISLED BY THE TAMIL DIASPORA.

  4. Lanka Peiris Says:

    Asoka,

    Also ask David Laddie to scrap that All Party Parliamentary Group for Tamils with a host of MP’s wasting British Tax Payers money without addressing the problems of their constituents.

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