Musings on Mangala`s `Ten Commandments`

  • 17 Feb 2007 11:32:39 GMT

    Seems Managala has well and truly put his foot in his mouth. He has forgotten the saying `People inside glass houses should not dance naked`. Silence would have been golden for him.

  • 17 Feb 2007 17:20:20 GMT

    First of all it must be brought up that Mangala Samaraweera was one of the few ministers in the UPFA who wasn`t corrupt. he had never been accused of corruption, and no-one can ever do that as he is famous in sri lanka for his non-corrupt ways. Whereas many of the cabinet ministers dwelve on the corruption.

    Most of the media has become favourable towards the president in this issue. However it is shameful that the president forgets who helped him come to this position.

    Mr. Mangala had adviced the president not to give ministry positions to the UNP delegation. IT is a shame that the president had decided to go through with his selfish plans. He says the JVP doesnt support him and as a result the party`s credibility is at stake. However for any person who has observed the politics, it is easily notisable that the JVP had always supported the government in any parliament bill that is in agenda with the `MAHINDA CHINTANA`. The only time they have rejected a draft bill, the UPFA it self admited that it was resonable and should be rejected. So i don`t really see how bringing in of UNP boots in to the government makes it stable as it repulses it`s strongest ally JVP. The UNP corrupts has joined the government just to satisfy their greed. There is no way that this is actually a permanent solution to this problem.

    It is with great sorrow that i must say the president has gone backward on his mandate. It is astonishing how crowds in mases gather aroung in the JVP. Juss look at the way in how Tissamaharama is maintained!! So let us hope that president will realise that he cannot win the next presidential election while goin against his mandate, and decides to actually do what he promised without corruption.

  • 18 Feb 2007 06:13:53 GMT

    Mangala should have been made the Minister of Gay rights .

  • 18 Feb 2007 10:58:53 GMT

    After seen Mangala`s letter to MR, I support his removal.

  • 18 Feb 2007 21:08:38 GMT

    [First of all it must be brought up that Mangala Samaraweera was one of the few ministers in the UPFA who wasn`t corrupt. he had never been accused of corruption, and no-one can ever do that as he is famous in sri lanka for his non-corrupt ways]

    This is the first time I am hearing this :)))

  • 18 Feb 2007 21:31:29 GMT

    Rswkv,

    [After seen Mangala`s letter to MR, I support his removal.]

    Any comments about Anura B`s reinstatement ? ? ?

  • 19 Feb 2007 09:35:54 GMT

    Mangala is Gay. Most Gay people need a strong Mother Figure to look upto and idolize. This is why Mangala prefers CBK to Mahinda. If Mahinda was a female, Mangala would not have had any problems.

    This is the only problem between Mahinda and Mangala. Strong, Dominant women like CBK enjoy having pimpy Gay Guys who follow oreders. This is why Mahinda and CBK never agreed and Mangala and CBK always had good realtions.