JVP welcomes Geneva meet, bashes LTTE `jackboot`

  • 18 Feb 2006 22:04:39 GMT


    What do you mean by saying `Umballata Kohomth parippuwa thamai`?

    So what is the point of talks if you guys are so sceptical?

  • 18 Feb 2006 22:35:10 GMT

    Dr. Akai, you sound as a reasonable man. But the majority are not. At Independence the Soul bury Constitution was signed by BOTH the Tamils and the Sinhalese through their reps. Any change or amendments should like-wise be agreed to and signed by BOTH parties. It did not happen that way. Even the CFA that was signed by both parties was to be torn-up. How could we believe it will be any different now. Today it is fear of war, death and IC pressure that has resulted in this attempt to hold talks.

  • 18 Feb 2006 22:45:58 GMT


    I agree on the part of credibility which is very important as always. There should be credibility in whatever decision that is to be taken by the two parties.

    This talks should be of that level and that is why its important that we need some sort of plausibility in implementing the issues rather being sceptical after all. The fragile CFA has to be stregthen on the agreement on both parties thereon the steps to take further action be increased. I feel we have come to a cul-de-sac that needs serious decison making irrespective of the fragile past 4 years. Only in that way that we can ensure some optimism.

    After all there must be compromises to be made in either side to have any greenlights on the outcome of this session.

  • 18 Feb 2006 23:19:43 GMT

    JVP has, at last understood the difficulties the ordinary Tamil man in the street suffering under the iron boot of the wanni butchers.

    They have accepted in principle that the President Rajapaksha has the correct plan to deal with the `pest` that has `plagued` the country for over two decades.

    All peace loving political leaders of the country, including the JVP must rally round the President to bring a lasting solution to the terrorist problem.

    It is the duty of all political leaders in the south to look after the oppressed Tamils in the `unliberated` areas.

    Peace loving Tamils in these areas are too frightened to speak out against the tiger murderers about the atrocities committed in the north & east of the country.

    So, everybody must encourage the bold decision taken by the JVP.....

  • 18 Feb 2006 23:23:24 GMT

    Dr. Akai, spot on. There is no trust. Confidence building is of utmost important. The party that should work on it is GOSL. After all they were the cause for the loss of confidence. Deploying the armed forces in Tamil areas, subjecting them to fear and harassment will not help to build confidence. Today almost all Tamils need the tigers and stand together with them because it gives us protection against a aggressor. The Tamils cannot take eelam to another part of the world. It will always be part of Sri Lanka but administered by their own representatives. In todays world even countries group together for common good. Before long the people of eelam will want to belong to a bigger organization. This will happen when they have that confidence that they will be equal citizens with equal opportunities. Patience is needed on the part of GOSL. This is the price they have to pay for the folly of former governments.

  • 19 Feb 2006 04:21:19 GMT

    `JVP welcomes Geneva meet`

    Because this time the peace talks are held in a ASIAN country called Geneva switzerland :) :) UNLIKE before :) :)

  • 19 Feb 2006 07:08:05 GMT

    ((((JVP has, at last understood the difficulties the ordinary Tamil man in the street suffering under the iron boot of the wanni butchers.

    They have accepted in principle that the President Rajapaksha has the correct plan to deal with the `pest` that has `plagued` the country for over two decades.)))))


  • 19 Feb 2006 07:28:49 GMT



    Fully agreed to and to add: No body knows who is f**** whom and one thing is clear. LTTE talks, agees, collects funds individually and collectively, above and under the table and aborts or nullifies agreements and understandings. No body, definitely not MR, know what LTTE is seeking for the last 20 years.

  • 19 Feb 2006 07:41:45 GMT

    The forthcoming Geneva talks should impose on the Sri Lankan government for a total ban of JVP and JHU in Sri Lanka. These two radical sinhalese anti-Tamils parties could certainly compromise any peace talks between LTTE and the government.

    Therefore, for the sake of peace in Sri Lanka the following steps should be imposed by international communities :-

    Total ban of JVP and JHU or any other sinhalese racists anti-Tamil political parties and withdraw all rights of participation in any election in Sri Lanka.

    Total ban of Bouddhist monks` participation in political activities for the sake of peace in Sri lanka.

    Bouddhist monks,JVP and JHU are most dangerous parties for peace in Sri Lanka.

    LTTE should be allowed to participate in all political activities ( participation in all elections as recognised political party rather than a simple freedom fighters or Terrorists for Sinhalese people ).

    LTTE should be transformed into a real democratic political party once the federal administration is well established in the northeast and northwest.

    LTTE should be allowed to fonction as other majaor political parties in the south.

    The government should also remove the present act of terrorism from the constiution once the peace is established.

  • 19 Feb 2006 07:49:17 GMT

    Boss sounds like GOSL is the one who is not obeying SFA. do you thing LTTE is obeying!! shall we list it? I will buy a big sooppuwa to LTTE to have some milk since they are very small children.

    Chee Chee inthe Pullayum Paal Kudikkuma.