Massive development planned

  • 31 Jan 2007 22:37:41 GMT

    How many of MR family are directly or indirectly on GOSL payroll?

  • 31 Jan 2007 22:37:38 GMT

    This is FIRST class PUNNAKKU for the HOOTERS!.

    This Monkey (MR) and his brother have two full time jobs.

    1. Running around the country offering flowers in Temples.

    2. Running around the country placing stones with his name on it.

    See with your own eyes How this Baffoon is Fooling Every one he comes across.

    [After all the song and dance, a big Tamasha was held, nearly three months ago, to lay the foundation stone for the much talked of Weerawilla Airport. But today, even the plaque to commemorate that day cannot be seen as a police post has been set up to hide it from public view]

    And this is the Great SRI ROHANA Moda Rajas work all you HOOTERS PRAISE.

    PS: What happened to the Coal POwer plant in Sampur???? :)

  • 1 Feb 2007 04:13:12 GMT

    Whatever the projects good or bad, true or false, there seems to be a massive propoganda campaign launched by MR to convince the Nation that he is doing `loku weda`. It all could very well be a classic instance of `Kathaawa Dolaawen Gamana Payin`!! Reality would dawn soon. `Hangi hangi wes muhunu bandata natanna wenney elipita!`

  • 1 Feb 2007 09:30:36 GMT

    [ Massive development planned ]

    How can any body plan Massive Developments when you hit a massive and record inflation of 20.5% during the year?.

    Who is trying to to fool whom?

  • 1 Feb 2007 10:44:21 GMT

    [Once the Second International Airport is complete it will raise the revenue to the state by many-fold. Supply of fuel to air-craft will alone will be a source of healthy income, Rajapakse noted.]

    Assuming the air port is compleated in time & investors as well as airlines see it as a profitable destination.

    [Ports will be developed and the work on Colombo south port will commence soon. Though Sri Lanka has a Shipping Corporation yet has no ships. There is no state owned airline. The only airline belongs to a company. `Countries like Ethiopia and Somalia own airlines but we do not possess,` he noted.]

    Just `owning` an airline is no big deal, lets see it make a profit!, Colombo south port? If you build a port there, Colombo ports going to have to close down as the traffic to SL wont increse, the present traffic will just split up, making both ports unprofitable.

  • 1 Feb 2007 10:50:56 GMT

    [Apart from other projects construction work on seventy (70) bridges alone, has been launched from 2006, observed Senior Presidential Advisor Basil Rajapakse, addressing a workshop on the Gama Neguma programme under the Jathika Saviya concept.]

    A simple arithmetic problem.

    Construction of a large bridge on average will cost Rs. 100 million. A small bridge can be constructed for Rs. 50 million. To get a contract for a large bridge the contractor has to offer 12% commission to brother of the big politician. For a construction of small bridge at least 10% commission should be given to him. Big politician constructs 70 bridges per year.

    With this information calculate the amount that will be in the Swiss Bank account of the big politician?s brother after a period of one year.


  • 1 Feb 2007 11:34:05 GMT

    [This is FIRST class PUNNAKKU for the HOOTERS!. ]


    Island newspaper surpased, Daily Noise on doing `pampori` of the president.

    bootlicking at the highest level.

    After MR completes these projects do the pampori, not before.

  • 1 Feb 2007 15:44:09 GMT

    Yes Mr President!We don`t have our own air line because your former President Sold it to Emirates,and you were in her Cabinet and you did nothing.Can you do justice to country by investigating this deal,to find out if anyone had deliberately made a private financial gain? I think this was the sale of the century or a robbery of the century.

  • 1 Feb 2007 21:37:20 GMT

    A Sri Lankan politician namely S.B. Dissanayake went to the visit his counterpart. When the senator invited him home for dinner, the minister was very impressed by the lavish mansion and lush grounds and costly furnishings.

    `But how can you afford all this on a meager senator`s salary?` the minister asked. The sentaor smiled knowingly and took him to the window.

    `You see that river?`


    `You see the bridge over it?`

    `Of course,` said the minister.

    `Just Ten percent of the project` the senator said smugly.

    Some time later, the senator had occasion to pay a return visit. S.B lavished all hospitality on him. When they came to the minister`s house, the American was stunned by the huge palace the minister had built, which glittered with precious art and bustled with hundreds of servants.

    `But how can you possibly afford this, on a salary in Sri Lankan rupees?` the senator asked, amazed.

    The minister called him to the window.

    `See the river Kelani over there?`

    `Sure,` said the senator.

    `Can you see the bridge over it?`

    The senator looked confused and said,

    `No, I`m afraid I don`t see any bridge.`

    The minister grinned and said,

    `One hundred percent.`

    PS: Anyone who has heard this story, Change the name S.B. Dissanayake to Mahinda Rajapakse to get the full effect. Then all you thought MR would do otherwise, give a big `tokka` on your head.