JM a `luxury vehicle` to drive LTTE to separate state

  • 14 May 2005 12:54:12 GMT

    Those who purport to speak for ``human rights`` blatantly attempt to deny the right of engaging in politics of monks.

  • 14 May 2005 14:34:07 GMT

    Hello pikkus.

    what the hell are you guys doing with politics. learn properly what purdah says stick with religious matters. don/t propagate extremisms among singalist and what is you solution for the north and east problem. come on! you guys are humiliating the Buddhism. would you people ever condemn the act committed by SL armies in north and east such as raping, bombing, shooting and so on? does Buddhism allow this kind of acts?

  • 14 May 2005 16:44:08 GMT

    LTTE SHOULD BE DESTROYE...

    NO JOINT MECHANISM WITH TERRORISTS.

    NOW CHANDRIKA IS TRYING TO SELL HER BIG ASS TO LTTE.. WHAT WHAT A PITY?

  • 14 May 2005 17:12:36 GMT

    Its up to the Sri Lankan people to decide if they want a JM. They should however note that the JM is negotiated and supported by the international donor nations, Japan, EU, Norway and the US.

    If the JM is turned down it may take a long time before significant aid is received. The choice is all yours.

    Ulf Larsen

    Moss - Norway

  • 14 May 2005 17:19:24 GMT

    First these idiots accused the B-C pact of leading to the division the country, then they accused the S-C pact of leading to the division the country.. now they`re accusing the JM of leading to the division of the country.. When are the people going to realize these maggots are the ones dividing the country.. Decades have passed, thousands are dead and hundreds of thousands left homeless.. yet these A-holes in JHU are singing the same tune.. They won`t be happy until everyone`s dead.. If Buddha were alive today I`m sure he`d forget his own philosophy and kill these wretches.

  • 14 May 2005 17:27:03 GMT

    Ur in charge.. lol.. of what?? who to beg??

  • 14 May 2005 19:01:10 GMT

    Dear Kanthun,

    You certainly make sense there! (And good response too);-)

  • 14 May 2005 19:35:05 GMT

    Thank you Tusker ;-)

    It is amazing how you associate everyone who doesn`t agree with you as Terrorist lovers! I am sorry, but as much as I enjoy reading some of your comments and the respect I have for you, I cannot equate you as the political representative of the Democracy of Sri Lanka. You are nothing more than a citizen holding views on how to solve a conflict that has engulfed this nation and I am nothing more or less either.

    Please read Kanthum`s message below;

    `First these idiots accused the B-C pact of leading to the division the country, then they accused the S-C pact of leading to the division the country.. now they`re accusing the JM of leading to the division of the country.. When are the people going to realize these maggots are the ones dividing the country.. Decades have passed, thousands are dead and hundreds of thousands left homeless.. yet these A-holes in JHU are singing the same tune.. They won`t be happy until everyone`s dead.. If Buddha were alive today I`m sure he`d forget his own philosophy and kill these wretches.`

    If you read this message, carefully, you will understand it makes alot of sense and there is alot of truth. If we had followed the B-C Pacts and S-C Pacts, Sri Lanka would have never had to experience a terrible , two decade war that ruined the country and brought it to its knees. None of those pacts in any form or manner could have even attempted to have separated the country. It was simple regional delegation of power. This especially targetted the North and East provinces who were finding it difficult under the new Sinhala Only rules which made even court cases held in those regions run in Sinhala, with the normal inhabitants having no idea of what is going on. There were alot of unfair circumstances Sinhala Only led to. It would have never harmed to have added Tamil to that list too. The B-C and S-C Pacts were mainly interested in regional language barriers and to solve those discrepencies. They wanted to run Tamil as the predominant language of the state in regions where Tamil was spoken. However, people made political capital out of these and went on protests and other demonstrations, forcing the governments to cancel those. NONE of them would have ever led to a separation because no group at that time even wanted separation. Even federalism wasn`t in the list of demands during times of the B-C Pact. The same way, we need to stop opposing everything that is put forward as solutions and look for some constructive solutions for our conflicts. The accusation that the JM is a luxury vehicle to Eelam is nothing more than an overexagerrated statement to deal with the infatuations of this strange groups. If this is a luxury vehicle, what was the ISGA?! I can only imagine!That must have been a Cruise Ship! It is time for people to stop this useless bantering and present some clear solutions. There is obviously a big problem in this country, which needs an intelligent solution other than violence, because 20 years of trying to use that solution just failed! I can`t imagine why we still keep harpering over the use of this failed solution, which we desperately tried to implement for over two decades, and can`t even give the chance to test another solution for atleast an year. Where is our innovativeness and our creativity in trying to solve problems? Sri Lankans have become just another African state being spoon fed solutions and completely unable to come up with ones of their owns because someone has to keep opposing it - and that`s all what that someone does! That someone now needs to learn to give a solution, which they should be willing to negotiate and come to a consensus with the others solution. We should not all act spoilt and demand only what we want. We need to strike consensus and deals. If that someone can`t come up with solutions, they should just shut up and stay out and let the ones available be tried, tested and if needed, amended.

  • 14 May 2005 20:26:29 GMT

    Tusker,

    You are separating tamils as they belong to some other country. Is it the beggening of recognition of the Tamil Eelam?. Lets respect each other and move forward.

  • 15 May 2005 01:23:00 GMT

    Vijith. So typical in your mannerisms. All you have do is threaten name calling! Kindly be constructive rather than use petty nicknames. It may help ;-)