For God`s sake!

  • 7 Aug 2007 00:02:53 GMT

    Which ever devale UNP goes ?

    Now it is very clear Deviyokopawela.

  • 7 Aug 2007 06:53:17 GMT

    Sri lanka needs a dictator, a cruel bloodthirsty killer that everyone respects and fears- because that is all there is left to fear and respect anymore. the people and their politicians have abused the election system for petty personal gain. the only language we sri lankans understand is pain. if that`s how you want it then pain you shall have in abundance. you watch, the way we`re going we`ll be the next pakistan.

  • 7 Aug 2007 16:00:26 GMT

    Mr Brown Why was my posting inappropriate,never used bad words or did I touch a nerve of someone or are you protecting some school of thought?

  • 7 Aug 2007 16:13:12 GMT

    [Without defeating LTTE Sri Lanka cannot be developed. ]

    As long as TAMILS find no solution , the country will never ever will move on path of development , only and only destruction !

  • 7 Aug 2007 17:17:47 GMT

    Thambi

    I doubt very much if all Tamils are separated in one area that there will be development among you.In early sixties I was in Jaffna and with all the money from the civil servant in comes from the south,none was spent on the infrastructure of the people in Jaffna.One should not blame the government then as by nature they decided to live in a simplistic way,where I found it very uncomfortable and dull.at least there was not much corruption as in TN.Since there will be their influance,any state of their own would be equally backward and corrupt.The best solution to the nation is for all communities unite and demand justice and fairness from the leaders,and run the country the way Singapore is run.To do that we must get rid of religious bigotry and bias that is harming the harmony of the nation.Together we could make that a paradise.Average Tamil has no problem with living the other communities,but I did not see that hospitality in Jaffna and I was just a teenager.We were not allowed to buy any land and who is the communalits?

  • 7 Aug 2007 18:05:41 GMT

    `Deiyange Naameta!

    Visit any Kovil or temple, and one will see all those Godly statues are stoned. Now you come to another stone and with all force dash the coconut from both hands believing all `Dosa` or ill-will vanish in the same speed the coconut cracks on the stone. One must be also `stoned` to believe on this theory that the god in stone to protect and save one form all evil and danger.

    Perhaps, I may not be stoned. That`s why I say `Deiyo Saakki!`- for God`s defensive reply.

    A F Seneviratne