“Choose your words better Mr. Harper.” Says a Canadian (probably)
Posted on June 22nd, 2013

Asada M Erpini

It is reported that the severe flooding in Western Calgary in Canada has led to around 75,000 people being evacuated from their homes, according to media reports on 22 June. And, what does Canada’s Prime Minister “”…” yes, the same Stephen Harper who has so much to pontificate to “ƒ”¹…”bad boy’ Sri Lanka “”…” say about the catastrophe:  “stunning”.

A reader, probably in Canada, has given the apt response to the blabber mouth: “The Prime Minister visits and describes it as “stunning and extraordinary”. If you want that, go to see Niagara Falls. This is peoples lives and livelihoods that have been destroyed here. I would say its more “tragic and catastrophic”. Choose your words better Mr. Harper.”

Many in Sri Lanka would wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment expressed by the reader. The LTTE destroyed the lives of hundreds of thousands Sri Lankans in their macabre pursuit of Eelam, and all that the Prime Minister of Canada can talk about, day in and day out, is “human rights violations” by the armed forces. The man certainly needs a lesson on choice of words as well as of topics!


3 Responses to ““Choose your words better Mr. Harper.” Says a Canadian (probably)”

  1. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:


  2. Lorenzo Says:


    Colombo Telegraph a Tamilnet sister site has published an article by SW.

    Please go there are comment in support of her article.

    Let Tamil terrorists know there are 2 sides to every story. Prove to them that we will NEVER allow them to live peacefully in SL as long as they hold hatred and Tamil Homeland BS.

  3. Voice123 Says:

    Good idea Lorenzo, blitz Tamilnet. Lets shut it and its BS down.

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