Forces to get tough

  • 9 Dec 2005 03:35:18 GMT

    I posted this on another thread. for your reading pleasure.

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    IIRC 83 riots started on a Monday. SLG after `carefully` thinking over thier option announced on the radio that next day at 2pm there will be a curfew enforced in colombo. 2 pm came and went. again another announcement. Starting at 6 pm there will be a `strict curfew`. What exactly are the finer details between Curfew and Strict curfew. Mere words.

    its a wonder why lanka doesnt produce fiction writers. I am sure Harry potter can be given a good run

    how exactly do they turn it up a notch in toughness. more target practice!

  • 9 Dec 2005 08:31:39 GMT

    Is is time to gain full control of Sri Lanka

    The P-TOM woman CBK has gone

    Federal man who was involved in Batalanda killings `RW` is a lost case He is still trying to tell us how to such eggs

    Can the new President let a set of outlaws tell us what next for the country?

    Mr President Please tell them to fall in line or get give up civic rights. In other words jail them

  • 9 Dec 2005 14:42:17 GMT

    There is no point in making the forces tough in Shri Lanka.

    Initially Shri Lankans should make their arses tough.

  • 9 Dec 2005 18:19:36 GMT

    Madame CBK fought a war for peace and buried so many innocent Tamils and Sl Soldiers. Now president MR sends his troops for maintaining normalcy in the north-east.

    normalcy has another meaning in Tamil areas in which men and women will disappear and after sometimes , foreign archaeologist will find skeletons of those disappeared under the terrains. This is going to happen.

    This act is not for peace, but for war preparations.

  • 9 Dec 2005 20:09:20 GMT

    Expatpuli !

    Dark cloud shadowed this cursed country.

    Days of mourning is going to come upon the people.

  • 10 Dec 2005 05:17:28 GMT

    `Remember Sinhalese boys Tamils live all over the world, you don`t have any where else to go`

    Mr.gwbush, Should Sinhalese go to other countries??? Why???

  • 10 Dec 2005 07:24:17 GMT

    Funeral held for Sri Lanka Army General

    Written by SiberNews Media Team

    Friday, 09 December 2005

    Civilians in Jaffna hosted a funeral for an effigy of the new Sri Lanka Army Commander, Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka.

    The new commander who is well known for his warmongering is resented by the civilians of Jaffna who are fully against the continued military occupation of their homes.

    Many civilians blame Sarath Fonseka as the man responsible for several massacres that occurred in Jaffna during the 90s.

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