UNHRC – Modern Incarnation of Christian Inquisition: Sri Lanka case
Posted on July 5th, 2016

Shenali D Waduge

We are trying our best to understand the mentality behind the manner that the UN & its bodies function. The stark bias is nothing no one can today ignore. The callous manner that the UN blatantly ignores crimes committed by a handful of very powerful nations while allowing these very nations to use UN forums to bring others to book is baffling. We can only find explanation for this behaviour in comparing historical patterns of thinking and actions to the current behaviour and conclude that the mentality of the inquisition where the operational rule of law was ‘we can commit what we like, you can too so long as you tow the line but if you don’t you will suffer consequences’ appears to be the DNA that has been pervading the rule of law preached by the UN, UNHRC and other bodies leading to the perversion of justice. This is the only explanation we can conclude for the manner that UN and in particular the UNHRC is pushing for war crimes tribunals and foreign judges when clearly no war crimes have been committed by Sri Lankan forces. All legal opinions have been thrown out and fairy-tale reports suffice to bring a nation and its forces to be crucified so that constitutional and other internal changes within Sri Lanka’s sovereign structure can be made to facilitate the incursions that would turn Sri Lanka into a client state. Behind the racism & bias there is a bigger plan.

For over 700 years the Inquisition continued starting in 1231 A.D and the last execution ending in only 1826. The Vatican’s Congregation of the Inquisition was formally abolished in 1908 but became renamed as the Holy Office which became the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith in 1960s and was headed by Cardinal Josef Ratzinger before he became Pope Benedict XVI.

We believe the UN/UNHRC are mere extensions of the colonial goal to subjugate, plunder and continue to ‘civilize’ non-Christian world and this is the reason behind the UN’s abject racism upon all non-whites except those non-whites who wish to pretend and act like they are white!

You will find no non-white within the UN hierarchy who can act according to his own conscience rooted to his roots!

  • If the Christian Inquisition was the Vatican’s response to anyone who did not believe Christian dogma, the UNHRC’s gavel comes down on any nation that does not conform to its dictates.
  • If the rule of law and human rights during the Inquisition was one sided applying to all those on the side of the Inquisitors, all those not aligned to UNHRC and those that steer UNHRC will become targeted through rules and laws that they create.
  • If Inquisitors went out into regions, questioned people intensively, conducted tribunals and meted out punishments, how different is it to the UNHRC sending its rapporteurs and special envoys only to targeted nations to doctor the case against them?
  • If the Inquisitors were excellent record-keepers but their execution records are all ‘lost’ is it any surprise that the West’s crimes almost always get swept under the carpet using some legal jargon created exclusively to absolve them!
  • If torture was an integral part of the inquisitorial process and used by the secular courts of the time with the Church even having guidelines for torture how is it different from the waterboarding & other torture methods legally permissible by US authorities.
  • If the Inquisition was persecution institutionalized for targeted groups what difference is it when UN & Its bodies are presently going after only selected people and nations?

The countries that point fingers demanding others to uphold religious freedom were responsible for burning thousands of people at the stake.

The state of mind behind the Inquisition is no different to the European policies and conduct from plundering nations, confiscating their territory, extermination of entire races, the religious crusades that killed thousands, the transatlantic slave trade and enslavement of the black, brown and yellow people. The scale of these crimes very few people know. History has hidden them because the perpetrators do not wish the world to know these crimes. These very nations have the audacity to demand apology and acknowledgement and reconciliation when none of their sins have been atoned for. This is the logic that we today question. How can nations with soiled hands talk with high moral ground? How can nations with blood on their hands with no apology or compensation for their crimes preach to others when they have committed and continue to commit worse crimes?

In 2012 at the UNHRC it did not matter that the Sri Lankan troops defeated a terrorist movement and freed a nation from terrorism, the Christian countries voted en masse against Sri Lanka (24 countries voting for the resolution, 15 against and 8 countries abstaining) The voting patterns was not hard to fathom. India sided with the majority of Christian countries at that vote thus signaling the presence of sepoy mentality pervading the Indian establishment. The behavior of India, Japan, South Korea is a glowing example of how leaders of even great nations can suffer colonial mindset inspite of their greatness.

The other countries that voted for the resolution were countries that are easily manipulated with blackmail and threats to withdraw foreign aid and technical assistance. Such is the diplomacy that prevails inside the UN! The successive resolutions that followed took a similar pattern. The bias of the UN is such that to date no Muslim, no Buddhist, no Hindu, no Jain has even been considered for the position of the UN Secretary General. Asians selected are either Christian or people with sepoy mentality ever ready to serve the white masters for their own personal ‘self-benefit’ and ‘self-advancement’ a quality imbibed through colonial education system upon all former colonies.

This is the jungle law that prevails and they introduce kangaroo courts to bring to book all those who do not conform to their will.

These laws are all written by former colonial occupiers and the law is simple to understand. All laws will apply only to those that are non-European or those that do not conform to the will of the Anglo-American rules. That was how Hitler, Milosovic and others became punished. All those however unfavourable who are willing to tow the line are also accepted – that is how Saudi the worse oppressor of rights and freedoms is one of the key allies of the West and can even influence the UN and have its name removed. Such luxuries are not afforded to other nations unless they have money to throw into the UN kitty. So money rules the UN.

Sri Lanka became crucified for ignoring calls to stop the war against LTTE. Sri Lanka’s former leaders didn’t follow orders and therefore they must be punished is the norm on which the rule of UNHRC is being applied.

There is no other explanation that can be given to understand why the UNHRC is going out of its way to push for war crimes trials against Sri Lanka that conducted a military operation to free its citizens from the menace of terrorism and in doing so saved close to 300,000 as against the ghost figures claimed to be dead. The international arguments for war crimes even referring to case laws all hold that Sri Lanka has not committed war crimes and yet the UNHRC is persisting simply because Sri Lanka defied the West’s orders and as punishment Sri Lanka has to pay for its ‘sins’. This vengeance and venom for going against the Western ‘rule of law’ is the only explanation for the West using UNHRC to demand war crimes trials.

There was no moral authority during the Inquisition and there is no moral authority in the manner the UN functions behaving as a hobby horse to advance the interests of only the West. All international laws are designed to suit the West, Western cultures, Western thinking and norms. At all-times Western superiority over non-white is the underlying status quo. There is no such thing as credible institutions. Everyone of them is biased and scales are tipped in favor of them. If the non-white nations are unable to realize this and unite to oppose this modern means of slavery our nations will be forever doomed with no real development in sight. The bogey of transparency and human rights are only applicable to non-whites. This is clearly seen by the declaration of US Chief Justice Roger B. Taney in the famous 1857 Dred Scott v. Sanford decision about the Founding Fathers’ mindset in drafting the Constitution:

Blacks had no rights which the white man was bound to respect; and that the negro might justly and lawfully be reduced to slavery for his benefit. He was bought and sold and treated as an ordinary article of merchandise and traffic, whenever profit could be made by it.”

  • The 3 Holy Crusades are said to account for 1.7million deaths
  • The Holy Inquisitions is said to have led to 75million deaths. http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1676.cfm
  • Howard Zinn says European Colonialism killed 100 million people. The colonial invaders are responsible for the deaths of MILLIONS across Asia, Africa, China, the Americas and Australiasia. It is estimated that during the initial Spanish conquest of the Americas up to 8million indigenous people died, marking the first large-scale act of genocide of the modern era (Forsyth)
  • The Congo Free State in Central Africa that was privately controlled by Leopold II of Belgium. Under his regime there were 2 to 15 million deaths among the Congolese people. (Peter Forbath)
  • Ward Churchill, a professor of ethnic studies says North American Indian population was reduced from estimated 12 million in 1500 to barely 237,000 in 1900 ….did ‘Americans’ kill 100million Red Indian natives who owned the land?
  • Between 1824 and 1908 White settlers and Native Mounted Police in Queensland, according to Raymond Evans, killed more than 10,000 Aborigines, who were regarded as vermin and sometimes even hunted for sport
  • In Brazil alone, the indigenous population declined from a pre-Columbian high of an estimated 3 million to some 300,000 (1997). (Gail Fineberg)
  • World War 1 – The total number of deaths includes about 11 million military personnel and about 7 million civilians
  • World War 2 – Civilians killed totalled 50 to 55 million, including 19 to 28 million from war-related disease and famine.
  • Remember Zimmerman’s logic? Blacks commit burglary, Trayvon was black, therefore Trayvon was a criminal – end of case.
  • Lynching of blacks took place in America even upto 1950s. They were social events where families enjoyed picnics watching African slaves being extrajudicially hung and photos became postcards. Blacks were hung for offences as small as ‘disputing a white man’
  • There is an uncanny tendency to always accuse a non-white as committing acts of terror while shootings and crimes committed by whites often get brush aside as being the result of some mental state of depression etc. All shooters and mass killers in America have been white except for the Korean student who killed 33 people in 2007.  All presidential assassins in US have been white.
  • Remember the interview with former Secretary of State Madeline Albright who did not bat an eyelid when she said bombing Iraq for false WMDs was ‘worth it’ inspite of 500,000 Iraqi children dying https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OLPWlMmV7s
  • US drone strikes – 41 men targeted but 1,147 people killed – 90% of the time US drones kill innocent people http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/oct/15/90-of-people-killed-by-us-drone-strikes-in-afghani/
  • James Lucas writing for GlobalResearch says US has killed more than 20 million people in 37 Victim Nations” since World War II

The latest about Tony Blair getting a clean chit is a icing on the cake to showcase that no amount of crimes committed by the West will ever get to any court and punished as war crimes so long as they the West calls the shot.

Civilian deaths are mourned when others are accused but when the same or worse crimes are being committed by the West ignoring all laws in place it is conveniently brushe under the carpet and the UNSG and the UNHRC head think they are fooling the world releasing ‘strong statements’ against these nations to show they have said something. For all other nations as in the case of Sri Lanka the insistence on war crimes tribunals and foreign judges and ridiculing our internal systems is the standard operating procedure. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/why-do-we-ignore-the-civilians-killed-in-american-wars/2011/12/05/gIQALCO4eP_story.html

In short it appears that the West have not shed their inquisitorial mindset. The West historically suffers the ailment of blaming only others, demanding apology from others and criminalizing others purely on accusations they think are valid and a court must uphold as truth and nothing but the truth. There is no room for the benefit of doubt or the right to question them. They can accuse and their accusations have to be accepted without question. All fundamentals of court procedures are violated and thrown out the window. Just because they hate the other party, they must be punished using the law that they control. And they have no shame or feel no shame.

This is the fate that has befallen Sri Lanka.

Yet, there are people still who will call a spade a spade and people who can see the racism of the West and the bias of the UN and we will continue to highlight these bias.

Shenali D Waduge

7 Responses to “UNHRC – Modern Incarnation of Christian Inquisition: Sri Lanka case”

  1. Ananda-USA Says:

    GL alleges Geneva intervention aims to promote separatism

    July 5, 2016, 7:12 am

    By Shamindra Ferdinando

    Former External Affairs Minister Prof. G. L. Peiris on Sunday alleged that the ongoing high profile Geneva exercise spearheaded by Western powers was clearly meant to divide the country on ethnic lines.

    Their real objective was to bring in constitutional changes to achieve what Prof. Peiris called despicable objective.

    The former Law Professor was addressing a group of professionals at Nugegoda on Sunday evening. Former Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa was also present. Arranged by Viyathmaga, an organisation seeking to educate the public regarding contentious issues, the forum discussed ways and means countering the Geneva challenge.

    Prof. Peiris said a statement made by Jaffna District MP M.A. Sumanthiran on behalf of the four party Tamil National Alliance (TNA) at a Congressional hearing in Washington on June 14 and United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Prince Al-Hussein’s 38-point report on Sri Lanka had exposed their strategy.

    The top Joint Opposition spokesperson read the relevant section from MP Sumanthiran’s statement released by the TNA to justify accusations directed at the Geneva process. Prof. Peiris quoted Sumanthiran as having said: If you ask me about international involvement in the accountability process, as far as I know the Government has not said ‘no’ to international involvement. All the multiple voices that you talk about say ‘international involvement – yes, but not judges’. Now I take great exception to that, because as I said at the beginning, the text of the 2015 Resolution is a negotiated text. We asked for (an) international inquiry, and we settled for a hybrid model. So that was negotiated with the Government of Sri Lanka. And having compromised and settled to a model which in the Resolution doesn’t merely say hybrid but explains in detail judges, prosecutors, defence attorneys and investigators, it obviously means judge qua judges, prosecutors qua prosecutors, so on and so forth. So it does not mean (for) judges to be advisors or judges to be involved in some other capacity. And that was well understood. I was personally involved in the negotiations, with the United States of America also participating in that particular process. There were some doubts created, as to whether the Constitution of Sri Lanka would allow for foreign nationals to function as judges and we went into that question, clarified it, and said yes they can and that is how that phraseology was agreed upon. And so, to us having negotiated and compromised and agreed that there would be a hybrid tribunal to try these mass atrocities, it is not open for the Government now to shift its stance and say ‘well, international involvement yes, but it’s in a different form, now…’. That is not acceptable to us at all.”

    Comparing the ongoing process of constitutional reforms and previous constitutional making efforts, The Rhodes Scholar pointed out that the primary differernce was nothing but an extremely high level foreign intervention.

    Prof. Peiris said that statements issued by Sumanthiran and Al-Hussein should be compared carefully. According to the former External Affairs Minister who had been involved in Geneva deliberations during the previous administration, Prince Al-Hussein’s statement dealt with three major issues, namely transitional justice, accountability and post-war national reconciliation here.

    The Geneva process targeted the war winning military, sought to weaken their morale, promoted new opinion on devolution and agressively pushed for new cultural values.

    The former Visiting Fellow of both Cambridge and London universities alleged that the entire Geneva process had been directed at the previous political leadership and the military. The Geneva project wanted Sri Lanka to introduce new laws to try those who had been accused of atrocities, special courts with foreign judges and administrative measures meant to sideline or remove officers and men who couldn’t be dealt through controversial legal process, Prof. Peiris pointed out.

    Emphasizing that foreign judges couldn’t participate in the proposed judicial process under any circumstances, Prof. Peiris said that special process always undermined genuine justice system. Prof. Peiris recollected the way the then JRJ government had deprived Mrs. Sirimavo Bandaranaike of her civic rights.

    Having accepted foreign judges and other international experts, on the basis of that there was reasonable grounds to believe the Sri Lankan military committed mass scale atrocities during eelam war IV, both President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Wickremesinghe however in Colombo rejected foreign judges, Prof. Peiris said. Now, MP Sumanthiran had very clearly condradicted them, the former Colombo Ditrict MP said.

    Referring to recent media reports pertaining to a dozen countries demanding that Sri Lanka fully implemented the Geneva resolution, Prof. Peiris said that there was no requirement as the Yahapalana government not only endorsed the resolution, it co-sponsored it.

    Recollecting Sri Lanka’s stand in Geneva during the Rajapaksa administration, Prof. Peiris said that the government strongly resisted Western interventions through the Geneva-based body. Prof. Peiris stressed that the Rajapaksa government courageoulsy stood for Sri Lanka’s rights, though the Yahapalana rulers seemed to be hell-bent on appeasing those wanting to undermine post-war stability here.

    The internationally recognised law academic said that it wasn’t fair only to blame Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera. President Maithripala Sirisena couldn’t absolve himself of the responsibility of causing unprecedented crisis by inviting foreign intervention.

    Prof. Peiris expressed shock and dismay over some of the recommendations made by Prince Al-Hussein in the guise of implementing his human rights mandate. The section 9 of 38-point propoposal called for the strengthening of civilian oversight over the military in the form of multiple oversight and accountability mechanisms over defence policy, discipline and promotion, budgeting and procurement, Prof. Peiris pointed out. The Geneva resolution had even intervened in the duties and responibilities of parliament, the former law professor said. Prof. Peiris expressed serious concern over the Geneva push for the establishment of transitional justice mechanisms, including the criminalisation of international crimes in national law or allowing for the involvement of international judicial personnel in the proposed new Constitution.

    Prof. Peiris said that Al-Hussein had unfairingly accused the military of holding onto land belonging to northern civilians. The section 13 dealt with the issue of the role of the military in the Northern and Eastern Provinces without taking into consideration the overall picture, Prof. Peiris said.

    The former External Affairs Minister pointed out the absurdity in Al-Hussein’s objections explained in section 15 in respect of the arrest of former members of the LTTE under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) from 2015 till so far this year. The Geneva concerns should be examined against the backdrop of recent bombings in France and hostage crisis in Dhaka, the former minister said. The Western powers obviously didn’t care to appreciate the efforts made by security authorities to avert possible fresh attacks, Prof. Peiris said.

    Prof Peiris asserted that the following sections directly interfered with domestic affairs, namely (section 16) called for further sharp decrease of northern military presence (section 18) rapid prosecution of selected cases (section 19) swift legal action against those in the military allegedly responsible for sexual violence (section 22) speed up judicial reforms with the focus on comprehensive transitional justice agenda, incorporating the full range of judicial and non-judicial measures (section 28) establishment of Office of Missing Persons with wide powers (section 32) inclusion of foreign judges (section 33) fresh probe on alleged use of cluster ammunition and (section 34) denial of opportunity to serve under UN command unless officers and men passed stringent vetting process.

  2. anura seneviratna Says:

    Yet another masterpiece from Shenali in reminding us as time takes its toll of the greatest crimes in hear and now we can relate to as facts.

    ” We believe the UN/UNHRC are mere extensions of the colonial goal to subjugate, plunder and continue to ‘civilize’ non-Christian world and this is the reason behind the UN’s abject racism upon all non-whites except those non-whites who wish to pretend and act like they are white! ”

    Yes, it’s beyond human rationality and refinement in this so called civilised and modern world there are people who like to pretend or wear borrowed plumes and consider it smart. But the worst is most of those who are outside this clique too seem to accept this blatant inhumanity as acceptable law and order.

  3. Cerberus Says:

    Hi Shenali, Thank you for this brilliant piece. As Charles has pointed out since it was a terrorist uprising there are no war crimes.

    The way I see it there are two options for Sri Lanka. If we define the so called 30-yr Conflict in Sri Lanka as an action taken by the GoSL to defeat an internal Terrorist uprising, then there are no War Crimes charges. When there was a second JVP uprising the UNP Govt in power at the time (1988-93) crushed the uprising brutally. The present PM Ranil W was one of the main people who was involved in torturing and killing JVP members according to the Batalanda report. The Report recommended that his Civic Rights be removed. Yet today he is the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka! During the entire killing of almost 80 – 90,000 Buddhist Sinhala youth, there was no UNHRC, no Amnesty International, no human rights organizations, no reports from the UN Secretary to prevent this killing. Since they were voiceless poor Sinhala Buddhist youth were killed without mercy. Who spoke on their behalf ? Only former President Mahinda Rajapaksa went to the UN to speak on their behalf at risk to his own life from the UNP.

    On the other hand, if we define the Conflict as a War between Tamils and Sinhalese, then there are two parties involved. In this case both parties must be subjected to the same rules. The LTTE and all those who aided and abetted them such as the Catholic Church, Norwegians, India who trained and gave them bases to operate from, the TNA which passed the Vadukoddai Resolution in 1976, and was part of LTTE for a long time, UK and France who tried their best to stop the annihilation of LTTE must be investigated impartially just as they are investigating Tony Blair’s role in the Iraq war. We need to then investigate the war from the very beginning in 1983, or better still, earlier, and examine the actions of both parties including that of IPKF who came in the guise of peacekeepers and slaughtered the LTTE and the Tamil people.

    The current plan to investigate only the GoSL for only the last three years of the conflict is a joke, and it shows the extreme bias of the Western powers against the Sinhala Buddhist people. Just because the Tamil Diaspora with massive funding from crooks such as Raj Rajaratnam were able to lobby the US Congress and David Cameron, it does not mean that only their side of the story should be heard. If they go through with this plan as it is the whole world will watch this extreme unjust action by the UNHRC, India, and some of the Western powers who have set up this drama merely to get Sri Lanka Govt to do their bidding.

  4. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Hats off to you SW for fighting our corner. A lot of Sinhalese Buddhists are scared to open their mouths to
    safeguard Sinhalese race, Buddhism and Sri Lanka. Catholic-run UNPatriotic party has been busy
    destroying Buddhism, Sri Lanka and Sinhalese race systematically to please the catholic west and the
    minorities (tamils, mussies and catholics) in Sri Lanka with the aid from the minorities and some Sinhala

    Catholic-run UNPatriotic party busy digging the graves for the Sinhalese, Buddhism and Sri Lanka since
    traitor alugosu thambi mudiyanselage jr’s time. Alugosu thambi mudiyanse, alugosu lk porisada, alugosu
    pol pot ponil etc. were brutal in killing Buddhist jvpers mercilessly for being99% Buddhist, 1% jvp. But it
    was different for catholic tigers of tamil drealam. They were given half the country to rule by the catholic-run
    UNPatriotic party with the full blessing from the catholic west. Is it any wonder then catholic-controlled
    monki boon’s UNHCR after MR’s blood? Since MR stopped formation of a catholic country in Sri Lanka,
    catholic west wants to punish him through the UNHCR. But some traitor Sinhala modayas don’t understand
    this simple truth.
    No wonder we are called Sinhala modayas by the minorities.

  5. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Some useful links for the brain dead, deaf and blind traitor Sinhala modayas to see some of catholic-run
    UNPatritoic party’s Buddhism destroying, Buddhist killing activities. Hope they can understand these videos.

    Even archbishop two three of south africa supports catholic tigers of tamil drealam. All staunchly catholic
    countries like brasil, argentina, etc. etc, 1000s of miles away also supporting the catholic tigers.
    Some Sinhala modayas wonder why?
    If you can’t understand why, answer is in the header of this link you morons.



  6. plumblossom Says:

    The US and the UK and actually the EU etc. all wanted regime change in Iraq so that the secular Arab nationalist and a socialist government of Saddam Hussein who has used oil revenues to benefit its people rather than Western oil companies could be deposed and a puppet government installed in order to obtain a large number of contracts on considerable favourable terms in order to dominate the oil industry of Iraq. For that they installed a puppet government. They also created an unstable situation in terms of different factions within Iraq being in conflict with each other which is never ending. These factions now include Islamic terrorists who were not around when Saddam Hussein was in power. Now it is even more easier to obtain the Iraqi oil at very concessional terms for the Western oil companies what with all the fighting going on and the instability. A similar regime change took place in Libya where the leader Ghaddafi who has used oil revenues to develop the country rather than privatizing oil extraction, was deposed and a puppet government installed. Similar changes took place in Tunisia, Egypt etc. where things are no better and probably are worse than before. Therefore it is obvious that the objectives of the US, UK, EU were actually very successful in Iraq. The only outcome however for the Iraqi people is disaster, war, conflict and mayhem. It is a good lesson for Sri Lanka where people wanted a ‘change’ and now Sri Lankans are realizing what change means which is partition of the country with federal states being created, unstable situation in terms of federal states, puppet government, extremely bad economy, instead of reconciliation, appeasing separatists who are favourable to US, UK, EU interests etc.

  7. plumblossom Says:

    Not only this, the treacherous Ranil, Sirisena, CBK, Mangala, idiotic UNPers, those INGOs working for thousands of dollars and even the JVP are trying to dismember the country via constitutional changes. We patriotic Sri Lankans should demand a strong central government, no more powers to provincial councils, no merger between provinces, ideally abolition of the 13th amendment to the constitution and absolute safeguarding of the sovereignty of the country.

    The army did not commit any war crimes. it is the LTTE who committed war crimes. However, it is high time that Sri Lanka rejected the US imperialists UNHRC resolution and state at the UNHRC to leave Sri Lanka alone to get on with reconciliation as Sri Lanka sees fit.

    Actually Sri Lanka today being accused of committing war crimes by the US, UK, EU, Norway, Sweden, Canada, India etc. is very similar to the way Saddam Hussein and Iraq was accused of possessing non existent WMDs. Although Iraq did everything possible to show the US, UK, EU, Norway, Sweden, Canada etc. that it did not possess WMD it was bombed anyway, regime change brought about since Iraq has massive amounts of oil which the US, UK, EU, Norway, Sweden, Canada companies wanted to extract at cheap rates by bringing on a puppet regime. A similar scenario is unfolding in Sri Lanka since Sri Lanka is located at a strategic location, the US wanting to establish a naval/air base at Trincomalee, the US wanting to establish further US army, navy, air force bases in the island, mineral resources, marine resources, control of the Indian ocean sea routes etc. For this, the separatist, terroristic Tamils who are subservient to the US are who the US is favouring to help them with this task. This is why the US favours eelam. All patriotic Sri Lankans should therefore tell the government to withdraw from carrying out the US resolution and to tell the US to leave Sri Lanka alone.

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