Posted on June 9th, 2012

By Professional Analyst, Canada, June 9th., 2012.

Sovereign states need to be governed by leaders and those leaders in the modern democracy are elected by the people. Everyone cannot be a leader. A political leader is a person who can focus the inspiration and aspirations of the Nation and take the people towards those goals to make the country a success for all it’s citizens. Since the arrival of Marco Polo the famous sea farer, Ceylon before and Sri Lanka now has seen only a very few leaders during it’s history who have shown real leadership in times of trials and tribulations of the Nation. From the Portuguese rule in 1517 to the Dutch rule in the early 1600’s and them British rule in 1796, the Nationalists of our country have with stood the various conspiracies of the Whiteman and the Imperialists.

Ceylon, as it was known to the British then, officially became the first British crown colony in 1802. In 1833 the British began to govern the country under a single administration. Previously, the island had been governed under administrative divisions along ethnic and cultural lines. The British also created an economy based on plantation agriculture. The administration took over vast areas of land in the central highlands, sold them cheaply to British nationals, and encouraged the development of large plantations. Tea, rubber, and coconuts became the colony’s principal exports. When local Sinhalese refused to work in the plantations, the colonial administration brought in large numbers of Tamils from southern India to work as migrant labourers. Following several British military campaigns, the Kingdom of Kandy capitulated to British sovereignty in 1815. Although segments of the Sinhalese population rebelled in 1818 and 1848, the British used their superior military power to ruthlessly suppress the uprisings. The 1848 rebellion forced the colonial government to reassess some of its policies. Between WW I and WW II, political stirrings started to push Sri Lanka towards eventual independence from British rule. At the end of WW II, in February 1948 Sri Lanka, or Ceylon as it was still known, became an independent member of the British Commonwealth.

Among the very few leaders the country has seen, it was HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa’s destiny to lead Sri Lanka since 2005 when he was voted to office democratically by the people of Sri Lanka. HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa was elected a second time in 2010 to lead the Nation again. Presidents have come and gone since the creation of this office in 1977, but HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa is the only president indigenously qualified, not educated in the UK or abroad, with a deep sense of nationalism and patriotism, still hailing from a political family down south with a rebellious background and philanthropy. It was his spirit of rebellion and political cuemanship that made him win over the world’s most ruthless Terrorist organization, the LTTE which was running a de-facto government in the Northern region of Sri Lanka which was supported, pampered and nourished by our former colonial rulers and so-called Western powers with arms, weapons, guerilla warfare techniques and a wild fire anti Sri Lanka Media campaign, supported by the so-called NGO agents of the those powers,  for 30 long years.  In the eyes of these anti-Sri Lankan elements, the LTTE was impossible to be defeated by the Sri Lankan Nation. The turning of political events in 2005 brought in a new team of government managers and changes in the security establishment. Among the changes was the appointment of  Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the brother of HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa. A very honest, straight forward and dedicated government senior official, he turned around the security establishments from a defending force to an attacking force and on May 17th., 2009, the victory National Flag of Sri Lanka was established(flown)  in the North and the East including the South and West. The colonial influence of the British and the Whiteman was once and for all eliminated from the Sovereign state of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka is a Free nation now at last.

To the British government and the Western world, including the US, Norway and those governments who were sympathetic to the LTTE, this was unbearable to accept. Yet the Leader who he was, HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa did not cow down to the so-called Western powers to surrender the serenity of the Freedom won from the ruthless LTTE terror outfit. HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa made the Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims, Burghers and other minorities SRI LANKANS and a family of Mother Lanka. The conspiracies of the UN panel report, the UNHRC resolution in Geneva in March, the hooliganism of the Tamil diaspora in some of the capitals in the world protesting Sri Lankan VIP’s when visiting, the Scotland Yard informing the LTTE rumps of the confidential arrival time of the President to enable the protesters to be present at the airport to carry out the demonstrations as shown in the media/Youtube, the non allowing for the Head of State not to fly his flag in his vehicle when attending the Queen’s 60th., anniversary celebrations under false pretext of security threats, and for ordering the Commonwealth Business Council not to hold the event where HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa was billed to address, have been some of the methods used by these enemies of Sri Lanka to harass our Leader HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa. His Excellency’s behavior and patients displayed during his recent visits to UK and Rome are evident of the Leadership qualities and Statesmanship of our President.

The whiteman who needed cheap labour to take care of his menial job needs that the lazy white youth were not willing to do, but were engulfed in drug addition, free sex, homosexuality, street gang formations and robbery, shop lifting and alcoholism ending up in the social welfare burdens of their so-called developed governmental administrations, imported the Tamils, specially the youth of Sri Lanka as asylum seekers, to out beat the international norms and covenants of migrations and immigrations, allowing these Sri Lankans to enter their domains, and then using them as cheap labour for their purposes. It is these Tamils who are labeled “The Tamil Diaspora” by the Western media who were howling and shouting to disgrace their President in London on the 6th., of June. Did they know what they were doing or was it that they did it in dire need to remain in the UK as refugees or asylum seekers or to continue to stay and live in the UK to serve their white masters as cheap low paid labourers/workforce on resident permits and other facilities.

Most of them carry the Sri Lanka passport as the British Immigration does not issue citizenship the next month you land as a refugee. Some of them may have already booked their tickets to make a holiday visit this summer to see the liberty of Jaffna and the North from the ruthless LTTE and meet their kith and kin. These are the Tamils who have survived the action of human shield they had been used for by the LTTE at Nandikadal this summer. The Sri Lankan authorities are compassionate and kind to allow all these howling Tamils living abroad and still holding Sri Lankan passports or emergency travel documents to enter the country without hassle. This is the price HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa had to pay in London when the Tamil diaspora protested at his arrival for the Queens 60th., anniversary in the throne. It is also the reason why journalists make mistakes in presenting an incorrect journalistic image of the true situation of our Motherland “”…” Sri Lanka and it’s able leader HE. Mahinda Rajapaksa and the Defence Secretary Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the true defenders of our Mathruboomiya. There is much more for all to learn before shouting or writing. The British Monarchy and the Government should also learn more about the Rajapaksa’s.

Professional Analyst. Canada.


  1. AnuD Says:

    Sri Lankan custom is if we have a visitor, we treat every one of them as VIPs. Then, if that visitor gets into some difficulty we get worried, and if he faced some thing undesirable we should be disgusted, ashamed of it thinking that we did not look after the visitor well.

    I think, for England, it is still the subjugated colonial subjects coming to kneel in front of them and give gifts to the Royalty I think, Prince Phillip also was admitted to the hospital because as he is too old, it would be a big stress if he had to stand a few hours with the guests.

    Besides everything, every visitor contributes heavily to the bankrupt country. They counted it in economic contribution to the country.

  2. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    I believe the Queen is only a symbol, and not part of the Legislature. I stand to be corrected. It is the PRIME MINISTER and his coterie who are responsible for the country’s governance. As do in all Countries, infected by the stinking Tamil Terrorists hooligan Diaspora, the Members of the Legislature are servile to the Tamils, because they take a lot of bribes from them to speak against Sri Lanka. They need these Hooligans votes too. That is why the Tamils are using FILTH with impunity. in the streets of London, because they know that the Legislators will never try to discipline them because of obligations. England is really infested with Tamil Hooligans, and the problem is getting mailignant by the hour.


    These Legislators in turn bring disgrace to the Queen who is a shining symbol of Royale Humanity.

  3. appuhamy1 Says:


    “A constitutional monarchy is a form of constitutional government, where a hereditary monarch is the head of state, unlike in an absolute monarchy, wherein the king or the queen is the sole source of political power, as he or she is not legally bound by the constitution. This is a system of government in which a monarch shares power with a constitutionally organized government, where the monarch may be the de facto head of state or a purely ceremonial leader. The constitution allocates the rest of the government’s power to the legislature and judiciary.

    The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy, where its succession to the British throne is hereditary, governed by the principle of male preference primogeniture, but excludes Roman Catholics or those who marry Roman Catholics. Under the British Constitution, sweeping executive powers, known as the royal prerogative, are nominally vested in the Sovereign. In exercising these powers, however, the Sovereign normally defers to the advice of the Prime Minister or other ministers. This principle, which can be traced back to the Restoration, was most famously articulated by the Victorian writer Walter Bagehot as “the Queen reigns, but she does not rule”.

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