Iran unhappy over Lanka`s pro-US vote

  • 12 Feb 2006 02:12:12 GMT

    Abdul sallam your views please since your concerned about muslims. can i ask you whether you support Iran or Lanka on this matter.

  • 12 Feb 2006 02:13:30 GMT

    Srilanka should do what good for her. Not what these Mentally retarded Marxist bark.

    `only three countries ` Cuba, Syria and Venezuela voted against the resolution. `

    These thakkadi JVP dogs are trying to make SL an international Paraya...

  • 12 Feb 2006 03:26:21 GMT

    This is how the world politics work though it is absurd.

    SL can not do what they want.

    On the other hand, JVP remain losers politically forever. AT least,they should learn to stay silent without acting stupid.

  • 12 Feb 2006 04:23:41 GMT

    Tamilcanuck

    You asked this question in the thread ` LTTEer posing as a refugee in T.N nabbed` and I have answered it. Pls. see the thread.

  • 12 Feb 2006 21:30:02 GMT

    Well said AnuD...

  • 12 Feb 2006 21:40:34 GMT

    I am in agreement with the Sri Lankan government`s decision to vote against Iran in this issue. Iran lacks the universal awareness to manage nuclear issues that have far reaching consequences.

    The JVP is showing its narrow outlook.

    Gaja Lakshmi Paramasivam from Australia

  • 13 Feb 2006 01:45:37 GMT

    Did SL have any other option? Don`t think so.

    Welcome to the real world JVP.

    The sad truth is now many countries look to obtain nuclear weapons as a deterrent against the US.

    If Iran wants to protect it`s petroleum assets they have no other options.

    It`s no different from the school yard; when a big bad bully is harassing a smaller guy who is in the right, everyone joins the bully not many have the courage to stand up to him.

    Hugo Chavez should be admired not ridiculed, just because the US wants to define the reality for us.

  • 13 Feb 2006 02:44:27 GMT

    Hellogoodbye

    I agree with you entirely with a rider. While pragmatism may have been behind the govt`s decision to go along with the `reality defined by US`, can you reconcile with the fact that SL has forsaken Principle? Moreover, can the US be trusted to live up to its warning to the LTTE? Don`t forget for the US, there no permanent friends only PERMANENT INTERESTS. So when the time comes, if its Permanent interests lie with the LTTE, will the US deliver on its warning?

    We can only hope and pray that US`s PERMANENT INTERESTS don`t change.

  • 13 Feb 2006 04:16:24 GMT

    Our tea exports to Iran seem to be at stake here!!

    AnuD, what you say is correct. That said in other words ; Beggars cannot be choosers. It`s better to shut up and play the game of silence without antogonising anyone! Diplomatically that may have been better.

  • 13 Feb 2006 05:47:35 GMT

    HelloGoodBye... DITTO!

    we never had an option...and it wouldn`t have made a difference to the end result...so might as well benefit from whatever it is...

    It`s a sad reality since you really can`t stand up for justice these days :)