JVP in quandary practices brinkmanship

  • 6 Feb 2006 01:28:39 GMT

    This is a recipe for disaster.

    Nonetheless, at the rate the UNP rogues such as Bogollagama, Amunugama, Mahinda Samarasinghe joining the UPFA for ministerial portfolios and access to money spinning state organization with the ulterior intention of milking the economy its a crucial decision that JVP should make contesting on their own.

    After all the PS is not going to make any change to the balance of power as regards the decision making body in parliament. So if MR is not willing to grant the request made by JVP, they must contest alone and be happy with what they could achieve at this stage.

    Unless MR is going to contain the ongoing plunder of state assets by the old guard and the new frogs from UNP he will meet his Waterloo soon.

    Its natural to forget the sumptuous meal you had for lunch when its dinner time with leftover rotten on the table. Thats a reality JVP got to come to terms with if their march is towards a prosperous SL.

    Bear in mind JVP, no going back to armed struggle. People have denounced that, hence keep out of being a party to ransacking the state coffers and stick to the policy of pro people party with a clean sheet. That and that alone would one day pay the dividends.

  • 6 Feb 2006 02:59:36 GMT

    When the whole country is facing the threat of another major war and an economic collapse, what all these idiots are interested is the number of seats they get!

    How typical Sri Lankan!

  • 6 Feb 2006 05:02:39 GMT

    AnilSL,

    Yes, I agree I too am waiting to see how JHU/JVP measure their dic*s at the forthcoming erection...oophs, sorry, election.

    Anyway, if they contest alone, it will not be a difficult task.

    JVP measures to 1 cm.

    JHU measures to 0.5 cm.

  • 6 Feb 2006 06:04:55 GMT

    AnilSL, Naleen Are you sure they have any kind of d*cks?

  • 6 Feb 2006 06:34:38 GMT

    I would suprise if JVP come alone to the local govt. elections.

    this would be a time for a real estimate of verbal power of JVP. what they might do at the last movement they would click in to the SLFP and ask for a sizeble portion. SLFP has a national duty at the moment to expose the strength of JVP and i think SLFP has nothing to lose or gain. they should let them expose themselves to the people.that in fairness to the general public!

  • 6 Feb 2006 06:48:09 GMT

    If JVP contested separately, It will be just a simple victory for UNP. JVP may not be able to win any of PS. However SLFP & JVP will equally share the opposition. JHU will be able to win few seats in PS of Western Province and Central province.

  • 6 Feb 2006 07:21:46 GMT

    Its amazing, what the JVP tried through the gun not long time ago, they are achieving through their Capitalist Talent; talent for the worst. And suddenly the reds have changed colours like the chameleon; try giving them a horn and you will see the disaster to mother Lanka.

  • 6 Feb 2006 07:30:00 GMT

    Whatever said and done, I too doubt either JHU or JVP has guts to go alone. It will be like running naked in the Pettah main street. They will expose their nudity to everyone.(Not to mention the sizes of di*ks!)

    On the other hand, Motta Raala now faces a problem, as he cannot accommodate JVPwallahs and JHUwallahs without sacking his own people, who have worked him hard during the last election!

    But knowing Ranil, I am not too sure UNP will reap the benefit of this. I will not be surprised if PA still grabs most of the MCcs, UCs and PSs - purely thanks to Ranil.

    Ranil possesses exceptional skills to lose an election. Nobody has that type of skills. Nobody can ever beat him in that. Not even Al Gore.

    Had Lalith or Gamini lived long enough, Motta Raala would still have been a backbencher.

  • 6 Feb 2006 07:30:35 GMT

    The only reason these two baffoons get together is to defeat the UNP. They have absolutely no clue what to do after capturing power. It happened with the UPFA in 2004 and it will happen again.

  • 6 Feb 2006 17:42:22 GMT

    Anizam you are right - the political agenda of the JVP and SLFP is to defeat the UNP and then do what the UNP would have done anyway. The UNP has a clear agenda - of handing the country on a plate to the US. So many choices..so little choice.