Posted on October 30th, 2011

By Stanley Perera-Melbourne,

My dear Malcolm,

Each time CHOGM comes up, you are making it a habit to call Commonwealth to delist a member country. Pakistan, Fiji, Zimbabwe, and now Sri Lanka. You are making headlines in the news media calling the Commonwealth to list off Sri Lanka from the Register of the Commonwealth. At this rate Malcolm, there wonƒÆ’‚¢ƒ¢-¡‚¬ƒ¢-¾‚¢t be a Commonwealth functioning in another ten years to come. Go before a mirror Malcolm and look back at your past.

Malcolm retired from politics with a handsome golden hand shake. He was gifted with hundreds of acres of government owned prime farm land in spite of the millions of dollars in cash and very heavy retirement package laughing all the way to the bank. In addition to that Malcolm formed Australian tax payer funded CARE AUSTRALIA and became the self appointed CEO. Malcolm got his daughter involved in an active role in CARE AUSTRALIA building up a family empire. So, Malcolm looked after himself and the family very well.

In the recent past Malcolm visited an African country and rushed back to Australia on a personal matter for which Malcolm charted a private plane at the cost of thirty thousand dollars. An employee of Care Australia who revealed this information with other corruptions of Malcolm Frazer was awarded with an instant dismissal from the employment with Care Australia. Malcolm thought that by dismissing the employee would shut his mouth but that backfired on him. The employee revealed more and more corrupt dealings of the CEO Malcolm Frazer. Forty percent to sixty percent of the aid fund received by Care Australia was spent as administrative costs. So Malcolm Frazer received a very handsome remuneration package leaving behind an unanswered question of ƒÆ’‚¢ƒ¢-¡‚¬ƒ…- IS CARE AUSTRALIA CEO MALCOLM FRAZER A MAN FREE OF CORRUPTIONƒÆ’‚¢ƒ¢-¡‚¬ƒ¢-¾‚¢?.

If the answer to that is YES that must be coming out from MalcomƒÆ’‚¢ƒ¢-¡‚¬ƒ¢-¾‚¢s mouth. What ever the answer is Malcom remains the CEO of Care Australia permenently. Nobody can do anything as CARE AUSTRALIA has become Malcolm FrazerƒÆ’‚¢ƒ¢-¡‚¬ƒ¢-¾‚¢s private property.

Malcolm Frazer must realise before he points his finger at others, Malcol must keep his nose clean. Malcolm also must understand when he points his finger at others four of his fingers are pointing at himself.

Nowadays the world politicians, when their hip pockets goes dry make some big noise accusing small nations of HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION. THEN THEY GET THEIR POCKETS FILLED WITH BLACK MONEY.

Nowadays the world politicians will do any menial thing to collect a handful of ethnic votes.

Nowadays the world politicians obtain campaign funds from overseas and before that is been revealed they are hunted down and sexually assaulted before being killed.

Nowadays the world leaders make a killing out of sale of guns and things and kill the leaders who helped them thrive on gun trotting.

In summing up Malcolm, the writer says that MalcolmƒÆ’‚¢ƒ¢-¡‚¬ƒ¢-¾‚¢s use by date has expired and must get admitted to the nearest Geriatric ward ASAP or to the ward set aside for the sufferers of senile debility.

Yours truly,


Stanley Perera.

Melbourne, Australia.


  1. dhane Says:

    Good Stanley Perera Good and brave to speck while living in Melbourne. Not only Malcolm other Ausi politicians are equaly currupted.

  2. cassandra Says:

    Malcolm Fraser has had a long and chequered political career in Australia and quit parliament when he lost the general election of 1983 to the Labor Party under Bob Hawke. Since then, whenever Fraser makes some public statement, his detractors are apt to dismiss what he has to say by referring to him as a ‘loser’ – the man who lost government for the Liberal Party. There are others who point to Fraser’s unfortunate support of Robert Mugabe, a man who has since turned out to be a tyrant. The writer of this article, dredging as he does some alleged misdemeanours by Fraser in his role with CARE Australia, is following the same pattern. I think this is unfair.

    Whatever Fraser has done or has failed to do in the past is not really germane to what he has now had to say about Sri Lanka and CHOGM. Indeed, if you look dispassionately at Fraser’s record, you will find that he has been quite a reasonable and liberal minded person. For instance, on South Africa and on majority rule for the blacks both there and in Zimbabwe he took a consistent and principled stand and that at a time when it was not fashionable to do so.

    Having said this however, I do not agree with what he has had to say on this occasion. It is an old saying that fools rush in where angels fear to tread, and this time it would seem that Fraser has chosen to go with the impetuosity of the unwise. His remarks were ill considered and imprudent. Contrast his remarks with those of the British Prime Minister– they were moderate and not unreasonable. I concede Fraser should not have said what he did in regard to Sri Lanka and her hosting of CHOGM in 2013.

    What we need to bear in mind also is that persons like Fraser – and indeed the world at large – cannot help but be guided by what is in the public domain. And here, unfortunately, the narrative is not strongly in Sri Lanka’s favour. Sri Lanka can rightly argue that the Darusman Report is flawed and lacks legitimacy and credence. The fact, however, is that, thanks to the devious methods of the UNSG, the report has assumed the status of an official UN report. That is exactly how it is often referred to in the international media. The international media is none too concerned with such subtleties as differentiating between reports officially commissioned by the UN and those personally commissioned by the UNSG. This is not a satisfactory situation by any means, but it IS the factual situation.

    Sri Lanka has come out of CHOGM 2011 in better shape than the country’s ‘enemies’ would have wanted it to. But the issues of accountability and alleged human rights abuses have not gone away with the conclusion of the Perth meeting. ‘They’ will continue to attack Sri Lanka in respect of these matters. The only way to meet these attacks is for the government to seriously and meaningfully address these issues. Lifting the Emergency was a step in the right direction but a lot more needs to be done and be shown to be done.

    In the meantime, Sri Lanka cannot dismiss out of hand what those of the calibre of Malcolm Fraser have to say – like it or not, their statements, however imprudent they may be, do carry weight.

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