Posted on September 1st, 2013

Mahinda Weerasinghe

That is what’s in most concerned peoples mind?

Is it really due to her concerns of abuses of people rights? Or is she simply a front line solider for the anticipated World War III and an agent of the western powers?

As usual Lankans are easily diverted by red herrings and chimeras. It is high time they gaze at the larger canvas. Currently all the information is available at their finger tips. It is a simple matter of logically stacking them accurately till one get a proper visual rendering.

The questions they should be asking is; why did the British, USA, the other European powers and India supported the deadliest terror organisation the world. Let us start with the obvious query; indeed how did this woman succeed ƒ”š‚ to get this position, when there were so many neutral minded persons un-prejudiced, with no chips on their shoulders!

So who was pulling the strings for her?

We find the sitting UN secretary general Kofi Annan had selected her in order to promote Norwegian interests and considerations in UN. Ever since the creation of the post of High Commissioner, Norway has been one of its foremost supporters, both politically and financially. By 2011 Norway was second largest donor to the HCHR after the USA. And we find Uncle Tom Kofi beholden to NFO (Norwegian Foreign office). How?ƒ”š‚  By awarding to this man with a Nobel Price he has been totally in their pocket. You see Bundavik the then sitting Norwegian Prime Minister, has been planning ahead while the Sri Lankan nation slumbered.

Pray, what relevance does Syria, Sri Lanka, and UN High Com Visit here, have in common, one is bound to query!ƒ”š‚  As I remember rightƒ”š‚ ƒ”š‚  UNHRC’s Head should have arrived in Sri Lanka by September 14th, 2012? But she dropped it without any how do you do! So what is the necessity for her to come exactly now?

In fact she is here for a vital errand; she has arrived in anticipation of a possible unfolding event, which is critical to her western masters.

First let us take a break from second guessing this woman’s goals and look at the world situation current and Sri Lankan’s geographic position in that context.

Indeed in order to understand the scenario and the unfolding drama, we have a first class analysis report, and all patriotic Lankans should carefully study:

Great Power Confrontation in the Indian Ocean: ƒ¢¢”š¬…”The Geo-Politics of the Sri Lankan Civil Warƒ¢¢”š¬‚ by Mahdi Darius Nazemr0oaya.


I have used his report as I do not need to reinvent the wheel with thanks to the author. While the whole report is valuable I have quoted here, what is essential in order to connect up the high points for this investigation. Indeed Nazemroaya informs:

The support and positions of various foreign governments in regards to the diabolic fighting between the Tamil Tigers and the Sri Lankan military, which cost the lives of thousands of innocent civilians,ƒ”š‚ saysƒ”š‚ a great dealƒ”š‚ about theƒ”š‚ geo-strategic interests of these foreign governments. The position of the governments of India and a group of states that can collectively beƒ”š‚ called theƒ”š‚ Periphery, such as the U.S. and Australia, were in support of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Ealam (LTTE) or Tamilƒ”š‚ Tigers, either overtly or covertly. Many of these governmentsƒ”š‚ alsoƒ”š‚ provided this support tacitly, so as not toƒ”š‚ close any future opportunity of co-opting Sri Lanka after the fighting was over.

In contrast, the governments of a group of states that can jointly be calledƒ”š‚ Eurasiaƒ”š‚ as a collective entity, suchƒ”š‚ as Iran and Russia, supported the Sri Lankan government.ƒ”š‚ The polar nature of the support by Eurasia and the Peripheryƒ”š‚ for the two different combating sides in the Sri Lankan Civil Warƒ”š‚ betrays the scent or odour of a muchƒ”š‚ broader struggle.ƒ”š‚ This is aƒ”š‚ struggleƒ”š‚ that extends far beyond the borders of the island of Sri Lanka and its region.

Why is this so? Muchƒ”š‚ ofƒ”š‚ the answer to such a question has to do with the formation of a growing alliance in the Eurasian landmassƒ”š‚ against the international domination of the U.S. and its allies.ƒ”š‚ This Eurasian allianceƒ”š‚ wasƒ”š‚ formed on the basis of theƒ”š‚ growing cohesion between Moscow, Tehran, Beijing, and their allies that has seen the animation of the Primakov Doctrine. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), a security body with real military dimensions that has been called ƒ¢¢”š¬…”the NATO of the Eastƒ¢¢”š¬‚ƒ”š‚ within some foreign policy circlesƒ”š‚ is a real symbol of this geo-political dynamic. In 2009, the last chapterƒ”š‚ of the Sri Lankan Civil Warƒ”š‚ was very much a theatre within this process.

Enter the Chinese Dragon:ƒ”š‚ The start of Sri Lankan Estrangement from the U.S. andƒ”š‚ Indiaƒ”š‚ ƒ”š‚ 

2007 was a milestone year for Sri Lanka. On Marchƒ”š‚ 12, 2007, Colomboƒ”š‚ agreed to allow the Chinese to build a massive naval port on its territory, at Hambantota.ƒ”š‚ Anƒ”š‚ agreement on the construction of the port was finalized andƒ”š‚ signed by the Sri Lankan Port Authority with two Chinese companies,ƒ”š‚ the China Harbor Engineering Company and the Sino Hydro Corporation.ƒ”š‚ The Sri Lankan government’s decision was mostly formed on the basis ofƒ”š‚ economic benefits and Chinese support to end the fighting on their island.

What followed was the estrangement of Sri Lanka from the U.S. and India. It has been a U.S. policy to encircle China and to prevent it from building any ports or bases outside of Chinese territory. As a result, the U.S. shortly cut its military assistance to the Sri Lankan military. Indian support for the Tamil Tigersƒ”š‚ also increased through pressure on Colombo to make Sri Lanka a federal state with autonomy for the Tamils. Beijing threw its political weight behindƒ”š‚ Colombo and also began sending large arms shipments to Sri Lanka. As an additional comparison, Chinese aid to Sri Lanka in 2008 was about a billion U.S. dollars, while U.S. aid was only 7.4 million U.S. dollars.

It is from 2007 onward that Sri Lankaƒ”š‚ became a part of the alliance in Eurasia through its agreement with China and its subsequent estrangement from the U.S. and India.ƒ”š‚ By the end of 2007, Sri Lanka hadƒ”š‚ entrenched itself in the geo-strategic trenches with Russia, Iran, and China. These reasons and not humanitarian concern(s)ƒ”š‚ are the primary rationale for support provided, in one way or another, to the Tamil Tigers byƒ”š‚ the governments of India, the U.S., Britain,ƒ”š‚ Japan, Australia, Canada, and the European Union.


extent of the help Iran, Russia, and China provided to Sri Lanka also included economic support within the framework of the Sri Lankan military preparations leading to the assaults on the Tamil Tigers in 2009.ƒ”š‚ The Hinduƒ”š‚ on September 21, 2009ƒ”š‚ published an articleƒ”š‚ partially revealingƒ”š‚ the depth of the level and importance of the help that Sri Lanka had been receiving from Iran alone:


Now that we have compiled certain facts, we can make a critical analysis of the Syrian situation and the Russian response to it, and the imminent looming global conflict. The following new item was posted byƒ”š‚ EU Timesƒ”š‚ on Aug 27th, 2013

Putin Orders Massive Strike against Saudi Arabia If West Attacks Syria




Indeed Putin is resilient leader sitting with the leavers of power in Moscow and does not mince his words. Now I do not know whether MR realises, but his moves have been correct up to now!


And no one can blame Putin for being furious!

28 January 2013 report ƒ¢¢”š¬…”Obama Plan For World War III Stuns Russia,ƒ¢¢”š¬‚ the Federal Security Services (FSB) confirmed the validity of the released hacked emails of the British based defense company, Britam Defence that stunningly warned the Obama regime was preparing to unleash a series of attacks against both Syria and Iran in a move Russian intelligence experts warned could very well cause World War III.


Indeed ƒ¢¢”š¬…”According to Kremlin sources familiar with this extraordinary ƒ¢¢”š¬…”war order,ƒ¢¢”š¬‚ Putin became ƒ¢¢”š¬…”enragedƒ¢¢”š¬‚ after his early August meeting withƒ”š‚ Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultanƒ”š‚ who warned thatƒ”š‚ if Russia did not accept the defeat of Syria, Saudi Arabia would unleash Chechen terrorists under their control to cause mass death and chaosƒ”š‚ during theƒ”š‚ Winter Olympics scheduled to be held 7-23 February 2014 in Sochi, Russia.ƒ¢¢”š¬‚


As a matter of fact; ƒ¢¢”š¬…”the Lebanese newspaper As-Safir confirmed this amazing threat against Russia saying that Prince Bandar pledged to safeguard Russia’s naval base in Syria if the Assad regime is toppled, but he also hinted at Chechen terrorist attacks on Russia’s Winter Olympics in Sochi if there is no accord by stating:ƒ”š‚ ƒ¢¢”š¬…”I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year. The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us.ƒ¢¢”š¬‚


And if we juxtapose Pepe Escobar following piece, it screams to high heavens uneithcal manipulations by such democratic nations!

ƒ¢¢”š¬’War on chemical weapons’: Obama traps himself into Syrian combat

Indeed Escobar ends his piece in such a manner;

ƒ¢¢”š¬…”Amid all the hysteria, we’re not even talking about a counterpunch from Damascus itself, Hezbollah, Iran or, crucially, Russia. Moscow and Tehran are playing the chessboard like ninjas ƒ¢¢”š¬- as they clearly see the possibility of Washington being bogged down in a net of its own. All it takes would be a single Onyx SS-N-25, also known as Super-Sunburn SS-22, the fastest hypersonic anti-shipping missile in the world ƒ¢¢”š¬- which is part of Syria’s arsenal ƒ¢¢”š¬- to sink a US warship. Then what? Shock and Awe all over again?ƒ”š‚ 

So if we take the White House at its word, isƒ”š‚ ƒ¢¢”š¬…”limitedƒ¢¢”š¬‚ƒ”š‚ kinetic whatever will end in a couple of days? Or it could spiral into something more hellish than Iraq 2003. And then, the clincher; only a few days before the 12th anniversary of 9/11, Nobel Peace Prize winner Obama is fighting side by side withƒ¢¢”š¬‚¦ al-Qaeda. Why? Because, together, they can.ƒ¢¢”š¬‚

And when we connect up with Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya’s concluding comments, the unethical practices of such democratic nations, it is a miracle that Sri Lanka still exists and kicking.


ƒ¢¢”š¬…”In addition, Georgia was legally obligated under international agreement not to use any military force to solveƒ”š‚ its internal conflict, but Sri Lanka was not. In legal terms, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, before the conflict,ƒ”š‚ also enjoyed autonomous statusesƒ”š‚ within the framework of Georgia as a polity. This in no means justifies any of the deaths in Sri Lanka or the fighting in Georgia, but it does illustrate that double-standards were applied.ƒ”š‚ 

The reason that theƒ”š‚ U.S. and its allies supported Georgia and not Sri Lanka is tied to the encirclement of Eurasia. If there was no Chinese port being built in Sri Lanka or any ties between the Sri Lankan government and China the reaction of the U.S. government would have been much different. Most probably the American reaction would have been the same as when Israel acts against Palestinian civilians or whenƒ”š‚ Saddam Hussein, as an American ally,ƒ”š‚ gassed the Iraqi Kurds.

The people of Sri Lanka fromƒ”š‚ the Tamilsƒ”š‚ to the Sinhalese are in the cross-hairs of a much larger and all envelopingƒ”š‚ global struggle.ƒ”š‚ In the scenario of a possibleƒ”š‚ conflict with theƒ”š‚ U.S. and the Periphery the maritime route that passes by Sri Lanka would be vital as an energy lifeline to the Chinese. Theƒ”š‚ U.S. and its allies would ensure that this sea route is less secure for the Chineseƒ”š‚ byƒ”š‚ taking Sri Lanka out of the orbit ofƒ”š‚ China and its allies. Even the balkanization of Sri Lanka could lead to a Tamil state that would most likely be allied toƒ”š‚ the U.S. and India, which may grant them military bases that would be in close proximity to Chinese positions in Sri Lanka.ƒ¢¢”š¬‚

So let us complete our analysis with ƒ¢¢”š¬’assumed anticipation’ of; ƒ¢¢”š¬’if US President unlashed his bombs against Syria and its repercussions and blow back effect? ƒ¢¢”š¬’In fact be sure Russia will level Saudi Arabia with the ground level, oil wells and all, which may possibly take this ƒ¢¢”š¬’pure Islamic’ nation back to year zero (i.e.,1932).

It will also end western world dominance, and can also wave Tata to USA and European civilisation as we know it. It will also be the end of Islam’s Wahhabi face!

If that scenario is correct, then there is no immediate necessity to solicit or patronize this Ugly Betty.ƒ”š‚ ƒ”š‚  I would rather have insisted that the President should not have give her an ordinance at all, but send her packing, with her tail between her legs or whatever. Though that’s water under the bridge now!

Soon, she will need us and not vice versa. She was here to gage the situation and prepare and cultivate her contacts for future exploitation, and human rights were just a sham and a charade.

World is at cross roads today, because the world is run in fact, by idiots.

But in fact if there is an assault on Syria, it would be sad for the Syrians, but it will be good news for Sri Lanka, as soon as Putin carries out his threat. What is more, MR will come up as a top thinker with his fancy foot work.

Abiding with Buddha’s teaching Sri Lanka has looked after its trees, its water and protected its creature’s and the Islands ecology! And if we keep ƒ¢¢”š¬’one child per family principal’ Lankan nation can have a simple but a good life for some decades to come, unlike desert dwellers ofƒ”š‚  Saudi Arabia, If all this come to pass ƒ”š‚ Saudi Arabs will have to beg for its own drinking water! After all they cannot dig up and drink their oil, can they?

Mahinda Weerasinghe




  1. Lorenzo Says:

    Another EXCELENT analysis by MW.

    I wish Russia pulverizes Saudi into dust NOW or at the very least after Saudi funded Chechnyan terrorists bomb Sochi Olympics next year.

    The FALL of Saudi is the FALL of USA-Japan-Endia-EU axis of EVIL.

    China, Iran, Russia will be LESS affected. Endia will TOTALLY collapse.

  2. S de Silva Says:

    MW; thanks for your thoughts. In this scenario where will the markets be for SL goods and the oil – our own wells in the North West!!?

  3. AnuD Says:

    american Overseas Military bases need 150 Oil barrels a day. What would happen If Saudi Oil flow is stopped ?

  4. Fran Diaz Says:

    As time rolls on, the events of this period get weirder & weirder, and curiouser & more curiouser.

    What a confused world – what set of laws rule ?. LIfe seems cheap and Kali Yuga prevails. The WW I&II resulted in about 63 Million dead. Nothing has been learnt.

  5. Fran Diaz Says:

    Correction : WW II alone resulted in about 63 Million dead.

  6. Lorenzo Says:


    That includes Qatar, UAE, etc. as well.

    Afghan troops will become SITTING DUCKS or SHITTTING DUCKS. AQ camels will have a field day.

    Okinawa troops will be stuck but China with Russian and Iranian oil will have a good time.

    US stretegic oil reserves will be used up by DEMANDING “AMERICAN SPRING” CROWD and to defend US territory.

    Endia and Japan will come to a grinding halt.

    SL will be RELATIVELY OK but with high oil prices, less Arab income. We buy oil from PetroChina. But we will have to resurrect bullock carts, bicycles, trains, buffalos, catamarans, etc. for a few weeks.

    With no money for Saudi Jihadists, the spread of Masjids will stop. Slowly terror networks will collapse because no money from Saudi to buy weapons.

    Russia, Venezuela and China will be the richest countries in the world. The good thing is all of them RESPECT internal affairs of other countries.

    Riots, border wars, oil wars will escalate. Endia will break up. Africa will look luxurious with abundant resources, food, water.

    SELF RELIANCE will make a come back.

    So not all is bad if the big boys go for an all out war in oil fields in the middle east without attacking each other.

    I think the world badly needs this adjustment.

  7. Lorenzo Says:

    A beautiful article in Washington Post. Reminds me Mario’s writing.

    “Henry Allen, who won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2000, was a Post editor and reporter for 39 years.

    Where were the smiles, the flowers? We’d expected, in a modest way, to be greeted as liberators.

    This was many years ago, Chu Lai, South Vietnam, 1966, in one of the early disasters of the United States’ post-World War II attempts to fight wars for virtue. People in the villages refused to meet our eyes, and they only smiled if they were selling us something.

    How disappointing. The war was young then, and so were we, but not so young that we hadn’t seen newsreel footage of the cheers from the giddy urchins of Naples, the French doing their tiptoe waves.

    But not the Vietnamese. It seemed that in Chu Lai, at least, the beneficiaries of our liberation and largesse hated us, or were too scared to show they liked us.

    But why? Weren’t we fighting a war of liberation, another good war in the American tradition of good wars? Wasn’t my Marine civic action team giving candy to children, the same SweeTarts you could buy in American movie theaters?

    The giveaway lasted two days.

    “SweeTart numbah ten!” shouted the kids who swarmed our truck on the second day. “Numbah ten” meant the worst. They flung the SweeTarts back at us. We flung them back at them, no doubt losing a heart here, a mind there. The Battle of the SweeTarts. At the end of the day you’d have to say we lost it, another case of American virtue unrewarded.

    The good war, the virtuous war. We believe in it. We have to believe in it or we wouldn’t be Americans.

    As John Updike wrote: “America is beyond power, it acts as in a dream, as a face of God. Wherever America is, there is freedom, and wherever America is not, madness rules with chains, darkness strangles millions. Beneath her patient bombers, paradise is possible.”

    The United States doesn’t fight for land, resources, hatred, revenge, tribute, religious conversion — the usual stuff. Along with the occasional barrel of oil, we fight for virtue.

    Never mind that it doesn’t work out — the Gulf of Tonkin lies, Agent Orange, waterboarding, nonexistent weapons of mass destruction, the pointless horrors of Abu Ghraib, a fighter plane wiping out an Afghan wedding party, our explanation of civilian deaths as an abstraction: “collateral damage.”

    Just so. We talk about our warmaking as if it were a therapeutic science — surgical strikes, precision bombing, graduated responses, a homeopathic treatment that uses war to cure us of war. “Like cures like,” as the homeopathic slogan has it; “the war to end all wars” as Woodrow Wilson is believed to have said of World War I. We send out our patient bombers in the manner of piling on blankets to break a child’s fever. We launch our missiles and say: “We’re doing it for your own good.”

    After World War II, I was taught in school that humankind, especially Americans, hate war and love peace. The United Nations rose on New York’s East River, a foundry beating swords into plowshares. We renamed the Department of War as the Department of Defense. We had Atoms for Peace, CARE packages, UNICEF boxes at Halloween and the Berlin Airlift instead of a war against the Soviet Union.

    The problem here is that humankind doesn’t hate war, it loves war. That’s why it fights so many of them. The New England Indians were so devoted to fighting each other that they couldn’t unite to drive the European settlers into the sea in King Philip’s War.

    What better explains all of recorded history with its atrocity, conquest, pillage and extermination? Our love of war is the problem. War is an addiction, maybe a disease, the chronic autoimmune disease of humanity. It erupts, it subsides, but it’s always there, waiting to cripple and kill us. The best we can do is hope to keep it in remission.

    And yet Americans still believe in the idea of the good and virtuous war. It scratches our Calvinist itch; it proves our election to blessedness.

    Thus God is on our side. Strangely enough, though, we keep losing. Since World War II, we have failed to win any land war that lasted more than a week: Korea (a stalemate), Vietnam, little ones like Lebanon and Somalia, bigger ones like Iraq and Afghanistan. Ah, but these were all intended to be good wars, saving people from themselves.

    The latest target of opportunity for our patient bombers is Syria. The purity of our motives is unassailable. We would fire our missiles only to punish sin, this time in the form of poison gas. No land grab, no oil, not even an attempt to install democracy.

    Oscar Wilde said: “As long as war is regarded as wicked, it will always have its fascination. When it is looked upon as vulgar, it will cease to be popular.” He didn’t foresee a United States that would regard war as virtuous.

    What a dangerous idea it is.”

    – Washingtonpost

  8. AnuD Says:

    I am sorry, over seas – American Bases need 150,000 barrels of oil a day.

    Search here “http://www.counterpunch.org/ “

  9. NAK Says:

    There are some dots that needs to be connected in Nezeemoraya’s explanation. Americans were against us long before the chinese started building a habour. For example, there were no chinese habours in SL when JRJ was scoffed at when the Indians threw parippu at JR’s face.
    Even though JR was know as yankie dickie for his affiliation to the US,they did’nt lift a finger to help him. Why? It seems by then the script for our country has already been written and the shooting has begun!JR was just another player in it.
    What is difficult to understand is why when the Americans could have had SL any way they wanted it with a puppet like JR in power(and he was really in power)but chose a nasty and uglier rout to achieve whatever they were looking for. The sympathy and the support the LTTE got from the US and west is very much older than the chinese involvement in SL.
    May be they hated us for our 2000 year old culture.

  10. Fran Diaz Says:

    Realities check : India was/is/and will be always more important than Sri Lanka, whichever political party is leading Sri Lanka.
    Tamil Nadu, the breakaway sub-state, scores on this.

    Sri Lanka will always have to guard her coastline against illegal migrants and balance her diverse society in the best ways possible. Security issues & loyalty to Sri lanka paramount for all citizens here.

  11. Fran Diaz Says:

    SAARC rules allows visa free entry into Lanka. Is that a good thing for Sri Lanka from the point of view of SECURITY ?

  12. Christie Says:

    Christie Says:
    September 7th, 2013 at 3:49 am
    I just got some news from a friend in the island nation. He tried to put a paid advertisement in the Daily News and the Island news papers. The DN Advertising manager refused to publish it even it was a paid advertisement. The Island took it and the money but later refused to publish it and offered to refund the money.

    The ad was a 2 columns by 5 cm:

    ” Navi Pillai; Hon UNHRC You are an Indian colonial parasite from Africa Hence you should keep out of the affairs of the subjects of the Indian Empire”

    The DN is a government run news paper and the Island’s owner Upali Wijeyawardana was blown off by the Indian colonial parasites of Malaysia, agents of the Indian Empire.

    By the way this article is incorrect. It is Indian leading the West in this issue. It is India who trained their terrorist outfit in Pallestine Refugee Camps in 1969.

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