We still remember how they insulted the war heroes..
Posted on July 23rd, 2015


Sri Lanka Army Going Pamankada Instead Alimankada – Ravi Karunanayake-

Thoppigala Ranil Wickramasinghe

Lest We Forget Those Who Defended Our Motherland

6 Responses to “We still remember how they insulted the war heroes..”

  1. Ananda-USA Says:

    MAKE NO MISTAKE Patriots of Lanka, if the UNFOG alliance WINS the General Election, and the UnPatriotic Non-National Party (UNP) leading its COLLECTION of BACKSTABBING TREASONOUS collaborators comes to POWER, SEPARATISTS will REIGN, and Sri Lanka will be PARTITIONED in the NEAR FUTURE.

    Devolution of Power amounts to National Suicide! If the enemies succeed, the nation will RETURN to CHAOS that prevailed before its LIBERATION from TERRORISM on May 18, 2009!

    Patriots of Sri Lanka! The coming Election will DECIDE the SECURITY and INTEGRITY of our Motherland; it is not MERELY an election; it is an ALL OUT WAR to PRESERVE our FREEDOMS as a FREE People!

    DO NOT ABANDON your Motherland NOW to its ENEMIES both WITHIN and OUTSIDE the country!

    ALL of Sri Lanka’s ENEMIES are OPPOSING President Mahinda Rajapaksa and the Patriots of the UPFA (see article below) and foreign powers are salivating at the PROSPECT of RECOLONIZING Sri Lanka through its MINORITIES and subjugating the MAJORITY Sinhala Buddhist …. ONCE AGAIN!

    President Mahinda Rajapaksa is DOING HIS PART (see article below); Will you do yours to SAVE our Motherland from its ENEMIES and FOREIGN PUPPETS!

    RETURN President Mahinda Rajapaksa and the UPFA to Power by a Landslide Victory!

    Rajapaksa treads a different path

    July 23 (Hindu) History is not kind to those who seek a second innings in electoral politics after defeat. Neither Winston Churchill, as the U.K.’s Prime Minister in the early 1950s, nor Indira Gandhi, as India’s Prime Minister in the 1980s, had a glorious second spell.

    Yet, former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who has decided to contest in the next month’s Parliamentary elections, is making a determined bid to succeed where the other two leaders could not.

    In Sri Lanka, none of his predecessors contested in the Parliamentary elections and returned to Parliament, after completing their terms as President. If Mr. Rajapaksa succeeds, he can claim to have laid a new path. Despite the present President Maithripala Sirisena’s protestations, the former President has now become the de facto candidate of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP)-led United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) for the post of Prime Minister.

    With the way Mr. Rajapaksa got tickets for himself and most of his supporters, he has shown who is the “boss,” even though Mr. Sirisena is technically the chief of the SLFP and the UPFA. He has virtually reversed what happened six months ago after his stunning defeat to his low-profile and colleague-turned-critic Sirisena in the presidential poll. The SLFP and the Alliance are back under Mr. Rajapaksa’s control. Sri Lankan media were soon speculating that Mr. Sirisena — “Maithri” as he is popularly called — has no taste for the rough and tumble of politics.

    However, in a speech last week explaining his position, the President demonstrated that he too could pack a punch however “weak” he may be. He succeeded in presenting a negative portrayal of his predecessor and explained how Mr. Rajapaksa attempted to return to power. He went one step further, by declaring that even if the UPFA were to get a majority, he would not make his predecessor the Prime Minister.

    It is no wonder that the 76-year-old Vasudeva Nanayakkara, a Leftist and a prominent figure of the “bring back Mahinda [Rajapaksa]” campaign, calls Mr. Sirisena’s statement “very hostile.” Contrary to his view, the statement was viewed as “extremely favourable” to the United National Party (UNP), if one were to quote the UNP’s senior leader Lakshman Kiriella.

    In that famous speech, the President convincingly articulated his views why he chose to accept the presidency of the SLFP despite winning the January election with the support of a host of political parties and civil society groups, numbering 49. Among those who had backed his candidacy were the UNP, Tamil National Alliance (TNA), Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC), Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP), Democratic Party (led by Sarath Fonseka, now the country’s first Field Marshal), and the Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) of Patali Champika Ranawaka.

    In the President’s assessment, had Mr. Rajapaksa remained as the party chief, the 19th Constitutional Amendment, envisaging the dilution of powers of the Executive Presidency, and many other measures would not have become a reality. Through this speech, Mr. Sirisena has been able to arrest the trend of adverse perception gaining ground against him in the wake of his silence over reports of Mr. Rajapaksa’s nomination in the early part of this month. He is also said to have approved an electoral tie up between the UNP and a breakaway group of the SLFP, led by Rajitha Senaratne, who was with Mr. Sirisena when the latter quit the Rajapaksa regime in November last year. Arjuna Ranatunga, a colleague of Dr. Senaratne and formerly an iconic captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team, has cited the “total support” of former President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga too for the partnership with the UNP.

    The UNP, which has also roped in the JHU under its fold, is now heading a front — United National Front for Good Governance (UNFGG). Many parties, representing Tamils and Muslims, have also rallied behind the UNP and they include the SLMC, All Ceylon Makkal Congress and the newly-formed Tamil Progressive Alliance, which consists of three parties of Indian Tamils. However, one of oldest parties in the country, the Ceylon Workers’ Congress of S.A.R. Thondaman, has remained loyal to Mr. Rajapaksa. It is facing the electorate as part of the UPFA in Nuwara Eliya, Ratnapura and Matale districts even though it is contesting alone in Uva and Kandy.

    As expected, the TNA is going it alone in the Northern and Eastern Provinces. Its goal is to net 20 seats out of a total of 29 seats, which include what has been allocated under the National List for the provinces. Sensing the popular mood against Mr. Rajapaksa in the region, Douglas Devananda of the Eelam People’s Democratic Party (EPDP), another ally of the former President, is contesting separately in the two provinces this time.

    So far, none of the principal formations — the UPFA and the UNFGG — have articulated elaborately on the vexatious Tamil question. In a chat with The Hindu recently, UNP leader and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe indicated that the concept of good governance encompassed decentralisation and devolution of power. In the last six months, the Sirisena-Wickremesinghe combine has taken some steps with the aim of assuaging the sentiments of Tamils. Mr. Rajapaksa, who has been accusing the government of enabling the “likely re-emergence” of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, is also sounding conciliatory to the minorities, who solidly backed Mr. Sirisena six months ago.

    Many impressive proposals such as electoral reforms and the law on right to information, forming part of the 100-day-programme of Mr. Sirisena, could not be taken to their logical end in all these months. Now, they all depend on the people’s verdict on August 17.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    Maru Sira has finally agreed to convene the SLFP.

    He should be kicked out and given a barrage for irresponsible behaviour.

  3. ranjit Says:

    Ananda I hope people who loves this nation will vote for the truth this time. UNP is promising sun and the moon like they were doing all these years in the past without any result so the people must not fall in to the same trap again and give their vote to these traitors who laughed at war heroes and had deals with the most ruthless terror organization in the world.
    Above videos reminds us the horror we went thru and get a good chance to listen to the speeches of the UNP traitors which people in this country has forgotten so quickly. Forget about UNP or S.L.F.P. or JVP and decide who will be the best,trustworthy,strong,fearless individual we have today among the leaders of all parties. Can anyone trust Ranil who was beaten 29 times in elections and responsible for murdering hundreds of youths in this country? Can you trust Anura Kumar who’s party is responsible for two uprisings and nearly thousands of innocent deaths in the past? These two leaders have blood on their hands and they failed miserably several times to give what they promised. When Mahinda came to the election in 2005 many were against him even his party leaders. Somehow he came and promised to the nation that he will end the war and he did it in four years. If he didn’t stop the cruel war more than half of the country were still under occupation of the LTTE murderers and many of our war heroes will be dead and buried.

    We have to educate the young people who don’t have any idea about the war and suffering we went thru for several years under UNP & Prabakaran. Except foreign funded NGO’s who back UNP there are several well known Intellectuals in our country who supports Mahinda’s comeback with their writings and pocket meetings they organize in different parts of the country. This is the only way we can educate the ordinary people because T.V. and electronic media are all with these traitors. It’s like a Gestapo rule. Ranil & John acts like western cowboys threatening the Opposition all the time. Rally behind the GOOD and defeat the Bad & the Ugly to have a peaceful country.

  4. Ananda-USA Says:


    Yes, I hope so too. I greatly appreciate the way you are fighting on behalf of our Motherland.



  5. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    MR camp got so much ‘ammunition’ to fight these traitor scum. They never use them effectively.

    Number one treacherous act is 13 to divide the country

    Thambi mudiyanselage dharmister jr’s killing of Jaathiya Vinashakari Party (JVP) youth

    thambi mudiyanse sacking of 40,000 state employees

    batalande butcher’s great central bank robbery

    batalande massacres

    batalande butcher’s millennium city intelligent officers killings

    batalande butcher signing CFA with barrelman hitler mala paharan to giving control of north and east

    alugosu premadasa’s killing Jaathiya Vinashakari Party (JVP) youth

    alugosu premadasa’s 600 policemen in the east to ltte bullet

    only yesterday lw’s report how butcher of batalande threw out 40,000 Sinhalese families from the east
    to please tamils

    batalande butcher signing pact with TNA (traitors’ northern alliance) and SLMC (Sri Lanka Multiplying Community)
    for 2015 elections promising separate states

    Dividing Sinhalese and making minorities king makers

    Killing Sinhalese youth without any mercy but couldn’t kill the real terrorists

    List goes on. Still there are a lot of Sinhalese (Asinhalese) supporting these traitors!
    Shameless thing about this incumbent leader of this Unpatriotic partyis is, he has done so much damage to
    the Sinhalese, Buddhism and Sri Lanka. Still he has no shame to go to the public and paint a picture of a saint and hoodwinking people. We sincerely hope Sinhalese, if they have any love for the country, will dump these traitors for GOOD THIS TIME!

  6. Ananda-USA Says:

    MORE MUSCLE FLEXING by the Tiger Nominated Party (TNA) to MAXIMALLY EXPLOIT the General Election to achieve their DREAM of carving out a Tamil EELAM …. as BIG AS POSSIBLE …. from Sri Lanka!


    Sri Lanka Tamil party calls for power sharing, re-merger of North and East

    July 26, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s main Tamil party, Tamil National Alliance (TNA) reiterated its demand for a power sharing arrangement in a unit of a re-merged Northern and Eastern provinces under a federal structure as it existed earlier.

    The TNA, in its manifesto released on Saturday said the Tamil People are entitled to the right to self-determination and the Tamil Speaking Northern and Eastern provinces are the historical habitation of the Tamil People and the Tamil Speaking Peoples.

    The coalition of four Tamil parties noted that the Tamil speaking Muslims in the two provinces will be entitled to be beneficiaries of all power-sharing arrangements in the North-East. “This will no way inflict any disability on any People,” the manifesto noted.

    TNA leader R. Sampanthan released the TNA election manifesto at a function held Saturday afternoon in Uduvil, Jaffna. The function has been organized by the TNA organizer for Jaffna and Vavuniya districts Mavai Senathirajah.

    The manifesto further called for devolution of power on the basis of shared sovereignty over land, law and order, enforcement of the law so as to ensure the safety and security of the Tamil People, socio-economic development including inter-alia health, education, higher and vocational education, agriculture, fisheries, industries, livestock development, cultural affairs, mustering of resources, both domestic and foreign and fiscal powers.

    The salient features of power sharing that are fundamental to achieving genuine reconciliation, lasting peace and development for all the Peoples of Sri Lanka also included the facilitation of direct foreign investment in the North-East resulting in new industries and employment opportunities being created for youth and setting up of avenues for tertiary education for those who cannot enter universities can pursue higher education in relevant fields.

    The TNA said it is firmly of the view that international auspices is inevitable to achieve permanent peace through genuine reconciliation.

    Emphasizing that accountability and reconciliation are fundamental to genuine and permanent peace in Sri Lanka, the manifesto sought fulfilment of the three resolutions adopted at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and the release of the Report of the international investigation mandated by the March 2014 resolution in September 2015.

    The party said it is “strongly committed to the ascertainment of the truth which must be made public and known to all the peoples of this country, the Sinhalese, the Tamils, the Muslims and others.”

    In addition continuing to pursue a just and lasting political solution to the national ethnic question, the party said it will actively engage in addressing the immediate and current concerns of its People.

    The concerns the party would address include, among others, meaningful de-militarization, speedy resettlement of remaining displaced people in their original places, release of political prisoners held under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA), ascertaining the truth about the missing persons, and facilitating the return of over 100,000 Tamil refugees in South India.

    Furthermore, the TNA will undertake a comprehensive programme for the development of the North and the East including the creation of employment opportunities for the youth with the active support of the Sri Lankan State, the Tamil Diaspora and the International Community.

    The party will implement a comprehensive development programme in the North-East, including upgrading the Palali airport as an international airport, and developing sea ports and fisheries harbors.

    The party will also find solutions for the challenges faced by their fishermen in freely pursing their vocation and make every effort to improve their livelihood.

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