Musings on a railway strike

  • 29 Aug 2007 14:18:53 GMT

    This shows the pathetic state of Sri Lankan politics. When would the country get rid of these bunch of policyless fools.

  • 29 Aug 2007 17:34:14 GMT

    All those mishaps and malparactises are due to the lack of a ` NATIONAL POLICY` to sri Lnaka

    the sri lankan policies are just like sea waves.

    What ever the government comes the policies must be remain unchanged as far as they interfere any social problems or any other embarrassments to the nation.

    In sri lnaka there are the politicians who take the first step to establish what ever the function and gets stuck. those things must be done by the educators not by the dumb politicians.

  • 29 Aug 2007 20:48:15 GMT

    [For UNP/SFLP(M) - national congress the more they delay dislodging the government the more people get agitated agianst]

    EXACTLY. The longer this Moneky continues, the more the people will be pissed off with him.

    The best is yet to come. The day MR drows in his own EXCRETE is comming soon.

    http://www.dailymirror.lk/2007/08/30/ft/11.asp

    [Central Bank that is currently losing its reserves and with rupee further depreciating to a 14th straight low yesterday peaking at Rs.113.36 up by Rs.1 within a week will in fact impact reflect adversely on the bank?s questionable targets. It is expected that under the current circumstances the bank will look to contain policy rates.]

  • 29 Aug 2007 20:50:05 GMT

    [The problem with the JVP is that it is a poor learner with a massive ego. It never realises that it can neither capture state power on its own nor become the main Opposition in its own right. It has to ride either of the two main parties piggyback or remain what it is?a poor third force.

    ]

    [The JVP cannot side with the Opposition, as the fall of the government will lead to an election, which is a frightening proposition for it. Similarly, it is infra dig for the JVP to continue to prop up a government which has reneged on an electoral agreement with it. On the other hand, it doesn`t want to be held responsible for the government`s sins. Rathu Sahodarayas are, therefore, attacking the government the way a penniless drunkard bashes his unfaithful but moneyed wife. They hit the government hard, but not hard enough to destroy it, because as much as they hate it, they need it.]

    Can anyone say this any better...

  • 30 Aug 2007 06:04:59 GMT

    Well said,

    JVP falling to pits due to there mentality.

    Unable to understand there size,Boos like lions and act like cats.

    Dam fools, UNP will kick them to pieces if come to power.

    MR well controlled, lucky to keep them at arms length.

    Sabotaging National life lines and Education JVP will definitely loose half of there seats in next Election.