British MPs cautioned against LTTE sympathisers

  • 6 Apr 2008 15:18:28 GMT

    Who asked him for anything?

  • 6 Apr 2008 16:00:47 GMT

    Joker got a chance to speak !!

  • 6 Apr 2008 21:48:43 GMT

    [Briefing the British delegation on the political situation Anandasangaree pointed out that a Federal system with a maximum devolution of powers could be the only solution to the ethnic question. ]

    If that were already in place, then it is only a question of formalizing it by the British using their influence over Sri Lankan government. Otherwise, one needs to allow active foreign participation to establish objectively measurable democratic systems to help these areas become global and investing directly in the issue rather than going through a national identification process. If majority Tamils do not feel Sri Lankan - then they are entitled to by-pass that national system.

    These local boundaries including on the basis of district or country, help us pool our subjective powers together so we we do not have to keep calculating and proving that we are right - after each action. Once we have invested enough in the issue, these boundaries would naturally diffuse themselves. It`s like a plant needing protection from external dangers when it is growing up. Once it is mature and is able to provide shade and protection - it should not have obstructing boundaries. Be it race or geography, country or district, they are only temporary boundaries.

    Gaja Lakshmi Paramasivam - Australian Tamil

  • 7 Apr 2008 03:22:26 GMT

    British will understand their agony only fater some time.

    Already LTTE supporters have done enough damage to the British society.