|Who is behind her ?
Concern of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights at Major General Shavendra Silva s appointment to a UN advisory panel
Posted on February 15th, 2012
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the lady from South Africa who is not known to get fatigued at attacking the peace-loving Sri Lanka and whose connections to South Africa the land of the Zulus, Xhosa, Swazi, and Ndebele, Sotho Tswana, Venda, Lemba, and Shangaan-Tsonga span only a relatively short period, is quoted as being concerned about the appointment of Major General Shavendra Silva to a UN advisory panel. The world knows that her blood links her to Tamil Nadu for generations prior to that, and as the saying, Blood is thicker than water goes, she naturally will be concerned about the unexpected demise of the descendants of her forefathers who opted to land in Sri Lanka instead of going to South Africa like hers: Major General Silva is a convenient scapegoat.
One can only feel sorry for the South African lady, although her stance is nothing surprising. Major General Shavendra Silva is a hero to the entire peace-loving Sri Lankan nation, and his command of Sri Lanka Army s 58th Division and the military strategies of his colleagues leading the other divisions that jointly defeated the LTTE leaders are the stuff on which Hollywood war epics are made: the screen writers of the classic Zulu , which gave Michael Caine his first starring role, would grab the prospect of making a blockbuster on how the invincible LTTE met its Waterloo in the Nandikadal marshes at the hands of the soldiers commanded by Major General Silva and his colleagues