Diaspora prepares to send relief to forsaken civilians in Vanni Sri Lanka

  • 11 Mar 2009 09:59:05 GMT

    [An ICRC worker was killed last week inside the civilian zone. Another humanitarian worker was wounded on Tuesday. Details are yet to emerge.]

    What more details if the person is dead? Joke of the day this is. What idiot wrote this news item? It looks like the writer has actually seen cluster bombs.

  • 11 Mar 2009 17:22:32 GMT

    Fantastic idea. Please make sure an urologist and an expert on diarrhea specialist is also included in the team. Poor Velu is suffering from uncontrolable bladder and severe diarrhea as the Army is getting closer and closer. Please hurry up and send the team quickly or he will defacate to death.

  • 12 Mar 2009 20:36:16 GMT

    Why bother to take all this trouble !

    No doubt the civilians are suffering but

    Simply ask the LTTE to release them. All suffering will end just like the civlians who have escaped !

    Also, many have willingly contributed to white pigeon, TRO, Tamil rehabilitation, Tsunami etc etc.....

    all have gone to LTTE war chest. SLA have captured weapons for enough for 2 armies from all the humanitarian donations !!

  • 13 Mar 2009 14:14:56 GMT

    What about the forsaken Sinhalese, who will take care of them. The tiger sympathizers who refer to the terrorists as `our boys` will of course try all the tricks in the book to stop the Sri-Lankan army capturing their so called home land. Yes the propaganda network is very active in Australia, U.K , Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Canada etc. This time we have got the real Dutugamunu back not Elara in the guise of Dutugamunu.

  • 13 Mar 2009 22:17:37 GMT

    There will be some facial surgery carried out to non injured LTTE leaders to temporarily disfigure them to be evacuated as injured persons at the last minute. They can make superficial incisions on the face , trunk and limbs and suture them whilst on the face and other parts injecting one`s own venous blood subcutaneously to make the area swell up and discolored. Casts will be applied to limbs to show as sustained serious injuries.

    I recommend that SLDF move several mobile X-Ray units to screen every body on a cast to check shrapnels and fractures of those who appear as injured with casts on their limbs.