JVP back in Govt. fold?

  • 28 May 2006 00:29:35 GMT

    It`s better for JVP to be in politics and help the government in power than take up arms against the state.

  • 28 May 2006 00:41:51 GMT


    so what you are saying is if there is no place in the govt, you take arms!! OK I get it!

  • 28 May 2006 00:58:39 GMT

    It has been long overdue. JVP fought a battle against SLFP to bring MR to power.If JVP joined the government there won`t be place for Hakim and Thonda to be the king makers.

  • 28 May 2006 04:55:16 GMT

    One Nation, you are wrong! Government still needs thonda and hakeem even with JVP in their fold.

    Government is continuing like this because the stupid United No Party not making any move in Parliament to capture power!

    JVP will come back to the government and dance to Mahinda`s tunes because they did very bad show at local government polls and desperately in need of some oxygen.

    Where is Anizam? He is where the JVP is!

  • 28 May 2006 09:32:17 GMT

    JVP want to join the government `coz they got no future. they cant get Parliament seat without the SLFP. in the next election they will be reduced to nothing without MR and Warmonger Wimalmonkey (or Wimala as Rahman calls) is running out of money to maintain his lifestyle in Colombo.

  • 28 May 2006 09:36:04 GMT

    God save Mahinda maama!

  • 28 May 2006 11:44:23 GMT

    After their recently failed elections, they r trying to get back into the cockpit! Anyway MR also needs JVP support so might take them back in!

    It would be great to see these JVP Bastar*s isolated and lose like nothing!

  • 28 May 2006 12:45:24 GMT

    Berty great reply.

    Nalin fully agree with you. Not only mahindha but the whole of SL. Now we are going to have un-plug global economy in action.

    So now they have figured out that they cant probably win anything significant if they go it alone so have decided to join and become a leach.

    Today DBS Jeyaraj (the only decent tamil journalist) wrote a good coloumn in sunday leader from a tamil perspective, he explains very clearly how the axis of evil is formed against tamils by MR, JVP, JHU etc.

    Got to give it to MR he is slowly killing these bas***. First take them in, then let them out, then take them in, so you keep chipping away till they are completely diluted cos the public will get confused with the identity and JVP brand would disappaer over time. Also the reds will get the taste for power and forgot realise after all they are not the man united red devils. Who said MR is stupid the guy is quite street smart after all. Good flanking strategy.


    Thanks for your reply and I replied to you in that orginal post. I know it has been taken off hope you can find it.

  • 28 May 2006 17:47:16 GMT

    JVP is clever enough to be in where they are. They know where the country is heading for like most progressive movements the JVP will play the cards when it matters most and now it is the time to show that.

    Patrick De Silva of Maradana

  • 29 May 2006 11:42:16 GMT

    Whether JVP back or not with the government, it won`t make any difference. JVP may scare to accept minister portfolios as they are responsible collectively for all corruption commited by other ministers.

    MR too may feel uncomfortable with JVP ministers in his cabinet since he will not be able to keep his promises made under chinthanaya.

    JVP will be in real trouble if MR & Co involve with huge corruption and waste along with privatization policy since they made MR as president.

    War may matters for Tamils but not for majority considering the behavior of them in the past during 20 years of war. Hence once the war break-out JVP will lack slogans for them other than crying foul over broken promises.