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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Aus Tamils (terrorists) wanted Mahinda to be arrested

TAMIL protesters have demanded that Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa - in Perth for the Commonwealth leaders' meeting - be arrested and charged with war crimes. (abstracts from a Aus news paper)

Around 60 members of Perth's Tamil community took centre stage at a rally of hundreds of diverse protesters before they all marched to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), opened by the Queen today.
Tamil speaker Yogan Tharma said Mr Rajapaksa had been given a "red carpet welcome" to CHOGM, but he was a war criminal who should be arrested. 
"His place is not in the parliament, it's behind the barb wire," he shouted to the crowd. 
"Please Australia, put him into jail, don't send him back home."
Mr Tharma, standing in front of a grisly banner showing dead and mutilated Tamil children, said he had lost 79 family members in the Sri Lankan civil war.
A Tamil woman, who only wanted to be known as Ajanthy, said the Commonwealth "does have teeth" which had been used to suspend four member nations - Nigeria, Fiji, Pakistan and Zimbabwe.
"The crimes committed in Sri Lanka are far more serious and much larger in scale than those attributed to the four members who faced suspension," she said.
Ajanthy said genocide had taken place against Tamils in Sri Lanka, with nearly 500,000 killed and one million displaced out of the country. (I- publisher- wonder whether Preseident has imported some Tamils from India and killed in somewhere and displaced in Colombo)
"We need Australians to support suspension of Sri Lanka from the Commonwealth, we need to stop the genocide of Tamils and support the independents of Tamils," she said.
Earlier this week, Federal Attorney-General Robert McClelland moved to quash a court case brought by a Melbourne man against President Rajapaksa. 

(This false propaganda is republished to edify the general public that as usual the some Tamil expatriates are misleading the world with false figures to make their eyes open wider - foreign nationals are simply misled with these figures - Sri Lankans should not be mute in these dirty acts of terrorists - )

Sri Lanka spruiks the 2013 CHOGM

THE controversial host of the next Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), Sri Lanka, has ramped up its campaign to convince the world it is an appropriate choice.
Sri Lanka's human rights record was under scrutiny at this week's CHOGM in Perth.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard repeatedly expressed concerns about persistent allegations of widespread abuses in the closing stages of Sri Lanka's civil war against the Tamil Tigers in 2009.
But leaders failed to press Sri Lanka on those concerns during the summit itself, with the exception of a failed attempt by the Canadian delegation to spark more discussion on the issue.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has gone so far as to threaten to boycott the 2013 summit unless Sri Lanka addresses the concerns properly.
After the close of the Perth summit on Sunday, Sri Lankan External Affairs Minister Gamini Lakshman Peiris appeared before the media to spruik his country's summit and combat the human rights allegations.
"This is all propaganda against the government of Sri Lanka," he said.
"There is really strong propaganda in this country (Australia) and several other countries.
"But the reality of the situation is this: Sri Lanka in all fairness has to be given credit for its legitimate accomplishments."
Professor Peiris said Sri Lanka had already begun preparing for the CHOGM and there was no push on within the Commonwealth to change locations.
"As far as we are concerned it is final, it is irrevocable," he said.
"It was never the subject of any dispute during these proceedings."

Friday, October 28, 2011

Wenura : A Student Hero for Sri Lankan university sub culture

Wenura  Edirisinghe – A student hero

Once upon a time there was a child called Wenura. He lived in a rural area near to Anamaduwa. His father was a “sinhala wedamahaththaya” while the mother was a housewife. Wenura’s father served the poor people free of charge. They lived from the little income gained through their cultivations such as paddy, mung bean, peas, cassava, sweet potatoes and etc.  Those areas were very remote and underdeveloped without proper roads, transporting means, electricity, markets, good hospitals and schools and etc… Therefore people lived in that area were suffering in various means.
However, small wenura and his friends had no such problems. They were enjoying the real childhood. they ignored the difficulties in the area. For schooling, they had to walk more than 6 kilometers to the village school. Wenura and friends walked through foot paths in wild areas passing thorny and tough bushes and they used to play in the wild areas while returning from the school. At any season of the year, there were various types of fruits on the way they traveled. The kids tasted those fruits such as mango, cashew,Pera , “Dan”, jackfruit, tamarind, orange and etc. They did not care the dangers in the wild areas. Even those areas were the habitats of elephants, wild boars, and snakes like animals. But Wenura and friends seemed happy everyday.
Wenura was a clever student at the school.  The only teacher who alone preserved the school with limited classes for the attending few students, loved Wenura very much not only because he was a well promising but also he was talented in extra curricular activities such as sports. The child Wenura too loved his teacher as he did his parents.
When Wenura was at year three, the teacher decided that Wenura should be prepared for the year 5 scholarship since he was very promising student. The teacher met and asked the Wenura’s  parents to transfer him to a better school. How miserable! The poor parents were unable to provide him a better school and also Wenura refused to leave his friends, school and the village where he enjoyed very much. Though there were many difficulties, he loved his village and its people.
One day evening, all of a sudden, Wenura’s mother suffered with a chest pain. It was unbearable! 
At the moment his father was far away to treat a person. Wenura was thunderstruck with to do except screaming for help. He cried and screamed a lot for help. Few villagers came after a few minutes to look at the matter. They decided to carry Wenura’s mother to Anamaduwa Hospital. It was about 20 kilometers and they could resort to a cart to get to the hospital. Wenura was still weeping and walking behind the cart. He felt that the thorny routes were too cruel to make the long journey more difficult. When they arrived at the hospital after few hours harsh journey, there was no any doctor there. The only doctor had left the hospital after long hour works. The nurses admitted the patient, Wenura’s mother, and gave her some pain killer tablets.   On the following day, the doctor examined the patient and prescribed transfer to the Negombo base hospital for treatments. Mother’s chest pain got worse. She suffered a lot. The child Wenura was so afraid and was weeping. He explained his father what happened.
facing many difficulties, Wenura’s mother was transferred to the Negombo hospital
and small Wenura did not move from the mother’s  bed. Wenura’s father was able to get the assistance from a remote relative near to Negombo.
Meanwhile Wenura’s teacher had talked with a principal of a school in Negombo about Wenura’s education.
Everything was getting better. Mother’s health condition turned good. Wenura used to school in Negombo. Mother and father always encouraged Wenura to study hard. However, every suffering was printed in his heart and was nightmarish to him.
Few months later, with full confident, Wenura sat for the year 5 scholarship exam.
Fortunately, Wenura had passed the exam and he was enrolled to a leading central college in Madampe. From there he grew better and better. He used to write letters to his beloved teacher at his village school and his friends there. He explained his new life, successes, difficulties, how much he missed them, and the difference of the surrounding from the village. He remembered the suffering of the villagers. He wanted to save his beloved ones. But what he could do for it. Who were responsible? It was Unjust!
With all those feelings, Wenura continued studying and scored best at GCE O/L in District level. He was admitted to the Royal College Colombo. He sooner attracted many teachers and friends to praise him. His determination and dedication proved he was a real promising student. During his stay in Colombo, Wenura recognized the huge differences between country side and urban area. All the opportunities were gathered in urban area while nothing was available to poor people in villages. Nobody cares poor people. They were just suffering and only suffering.  Wenura always talked about these matters with his new friends. He explained his experiences in his village and how those unmerited people suffered due to underdevelopment.   
Oh! How fortunate it was!  Wenura was able to score highest as the island’s 1st in A/L Science stream. It was a new record in the Royal College. It pledged him a prosperous future.  Wenura’s mother and father were at the extreme of happy. 

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Libya is amazing!!!! America jealousy !!!

Lesser known facts about Libya and Gaddafi :

1. There is no electricity bill in Libya; electricity is free for all its citizens.

2. There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given
to all its citizens at 0% interest by law.

3. Home considered a human right in Libya – Gaddafi vowed that his parents
would not get a house until everyone in Libya had a home. Gaddafi’s father has
died while him, his wife and his mother are still living in a tent.

4. All newlyweds in Libya receive $60,000 Dinar (US$ 50,000 ) by the government to buy their first apartment so to help start up the family.

5. Education and medical treatments are free in Libya. Before Gaddafi only 25%
of Libyans are literate. Today the figure is 83%.

6. Should Libyans want to take up farming career, they would receive farming
land, a farming house, equipments, seeds and Livestock to kick- start their farms – all for free.

7. If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya,
the government funds them to go abroad for it – onnot only free but they get US
$2, 300/month accommodation and car allowance.

8. In Libyan, if a Libyan buys a car, the government subsidized 50% of the price.

9. The price of petrol in Libya is $0. 14 per liter.

10. Libya has no external debt and its reserves amount to $150 billion – now
frozen globally.

11. If a Libyan is unable to get employment after graduation the state would
pay the average salary of the profession as if he or she is employed until
employment is found.

12. A portion of Libyan oil sale is, credited directly to the bank accounts of all
Libyan citizens.

13. A mother who gave birth to a child receive US $5 ,000

14. 40 loaves of bread in Libya costs $ 0.15

15. 25% of Libyans have a university degree

16. Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the Great
Man-Made River project, to make water readily available throughout the desert

Tragedy strikes Turkey

ANKARA: A strong earthquake struck eastern Turkey on Sunday, killing hundreds of people. The country's Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute said the magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck at 1041 GMT and was five km deep. Mustafa Erdik, the observatory's general manager, told a news conference that up to 1,000 people could have been killed by the temblor.
Tens of thousands of residents fled into the streets running, screaming and trying to reach relatives on cell phones. As the full extent of the damage became clear, desperate survivors dug into the rubble with their bare hands, trying to rescue the trapped and the injured.
"My wife and child are inside! My 4-month-old baby is inside!" CNN-Turk television showed one young man sobbing outside a collapsed building in Van, the provincial capital.
At least 85 bodies were recovered from debris by late evening.
The hardest hit was Ercis, a city of 75,000 close to the Iranian border, which lies on the Ercis Fault in one of Turkey's most earthquake-prone zones. Van, some 90 km to the south, also suffered substantial damage.
As many as 80 buildings collapsed in Ercis, including a dormitory, and 10 buildings collapsed in Van, the Turkish Red Crescent said. Some highways also caved in, CNN-Turk television reported.
"There are so many dead. Several buildings have collapsed. There is too much destruction," Ercis mayor Zulfikar Arapoglu told NTV television. "We need urgent aid. We need medics."
Hospital staff in Ercis treated injured people in the garden as the buildings were badly damaged, and the dead were left outside, one nurse told CNN Turk.
State television said inmates have escaped from a prison in the quake-hit region.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Ankara has declined aid offered by the Jewish state. "I am under the impression the Turks do not want our help," Barak told Channel 2 News.
"Right now (their answer) is negative but if they see they need more aid and don't have it, or if they rethink it, we have made the offer and remain prepared (to help)," he said.

Friday, October 21, 2011

‘High-class terrorists running US, UK and France’

RT News

Published: 21 October, 2011, 18:16
A Syrian protester holds crossed-out pictures of (from top L-R) US President Barack Obama, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy (AFP Photo / Louai Beshara)
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As some European leaders demonstrate a celebratory mood over the violent death of Colonel Gaddafi, they are no less terrorists themselves, claims international consultant and author Adrian Salbuchi.
Salbuchi said Gaddafi’s death was undoubtedly a message for the whole world, as it is not just about Libya.
“We are seeing how Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State expressed it very clearly: ‘We came, we saw, he died,’ and then started laughing. This is a message to the world of how this new world order model actually works,” he stated.“When they decide to change the regime, they do so with the utmost violence, and it is a whole model. First they target a country by calling it a rogue state; then they support local terrorists and call them freedom fighters; then they bring death and destruction upon civilians and they call it UN sanctions. Then they spread lies and call it the International Community’s opinion expressed by the Western media. Then they invade and control the country and call it liberation and finally they steal appetizing oil and call it foreign investment and reconstruction,” Salbuchi explained.
At the moment Western powers are hailing a democratic future for Libya. When Saddam Hussein was captured in 2003 the US also thought it was all over – but it had only just begun. And according to Salbuchi, it is going to be the same, or even worse, for Libya.

Qaddafi's last moment video (RT news)

Killing a POW? Gaddafi’s last moments (VIDEO)

Published: 20 October, 2011, 22:54
Edited: 21 October, 2011, 03:52
Amateur video released by AP
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A new explicit amateur video released by AP clearly shows that Colonel Gaddafi was caught alive rather than dead.
The video portrays Gaddafi soon after his arrest in Sirte. The colonel is encircled by the soldiers of the National Transitional Council who are shouting in Arabic, "God is great."
Gaddafi is definitely too weak to walk on his own and his chest and face are covered in blood. Still, the colonel takes some steps and then falls on the ground. The soldiers try to get Gaddafi up and put him in the car. Some of them are clearly grabbing Gaddafi’s hair.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Civilian Cost of LEGAL terrorism

Civilian cost of NATO victory in Libya

Published: 20 October, 2011, 22:56
Civilian cost of NATO victory in Libya. Libya, Sirte (AFP Photo / Philippe Desmazes)
Civilian cost of NATO victory in Libya. Libya, Sirte (AFP Photo / Philippe Desmazes)

The death of Gaddafi has finally concluded his eight- month stand-off with NATO. But as the alliance and the new Libyan government celebrate the war’s end, the untold numbers killed in the intervention cast a dark shadow over their victory.
As Libyans poured out onto the streets of Tripoli and Benghazi to celebrate the death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, the cost of the war will weigh heavily on their nation for some time to come.
While there are no exact figures on casualties, speaking back in September, the health minister in the new Libyan government estimated that at least 30,000 people had been killed and 50,000 wounded during the first six months of war.
Apart from those deaths brought about by combat between Gaddafi loyalists and rebel forces, NATO, which had been authorized by UN Security Council Resolution 1973 to use any means necessary to protect civilians, has faced heavy criticism for its often deadly airstrikes.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Assange joins London protests

Assange joins London protests: "
Julian Assange addresses demonstrators from the steps of St Paul's Cathedral in central London. Photo: AFP
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has joined about 800 people at a heavily policed rally in London's financial heart, part of worldwide protests against corporate greed and budget cutbacks.

The demonstrators, some of them masked, were pushed back by police as they marched from St Paul's Cathedral to the London Stock Exchange, around the corner from the famous landmark.

There were only minor scuffles with five people arrested, three for assaulting police officers and two for public order offences, Scotland Yard said."

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

My hubpages

I have recently joined Hubpages for pleasure to write whenever Im free. Unfortunately Im not a good writer.
I got to know that there are chances of earning some money out of writings. I wish you also can try yourselves.

I do believe that this is a new way of earning some dollars for Sri Lanka. if we can grow the number of writers, we can earn a lot for our country. Im ready to help anybody step by step. Frankly I do not earn as yet. I have only 10 USD in my adsense account.
If you like to join, use the below link. Then I will too earn some part from Hubpages for your works. (I do not receive anything from what aught to be for you)

I want more writers to write for Hubpages. Do some earning for our country. click join WAR, a Lucrative business for some countries

Best wishes!

Free Education System in Sri Lanka

Free Education System in Sri Lanka:

Amazingly Effective education in Sri Lanka

When I meet a foreign national, we drop into talk on country profile at any level. I have seen many foreign nationals widen their eyes to know that Sri Lanka has A FREE EDUCATION SYSTEM UNTIL FIRST GRADUATIONand A FREE HEALTH SERVICEwithout any charge. They amaze because Sri Lanka is still a developing nation and facing a lot of financial difficulties in governance

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Sri Lanka travel advice to UK Citizens

Sri Lanka travel advice

  • he Government of Sri Lanka has announced that foreign nationals, with the exception of foreign media crews, no longer need to have permission from the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence before travelling to the northern districts of Jaffna, Kilinochchi, Mannar, Mullaittivu and Vavuniya. See Safety and Security - Local Travel - North.

  • Local elections took place on Saturday 8 October in a number of cities across Sri Lanka, including Colombo, Kandy, Galle and Nuwara Eliya. We are aware of violence in northern Colombo on the evenings of Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October. We understand that a senior advisor to the President, Bharatha Premachandra, was one of 4 killed and that a number of others were injured. A curfew was imposed, but has now been lifted. There is a risk of further violence around Mr Premachandra’s funeral, which is due to take place at 15:00 on Wednesday 12 October in northern Colombo.

  • Political rallies in Sri Lanka have on occasion turned violent in the past. British nationals should avoid any political gatherings or rallies and beware of spontaneous large gatherings.

  • The Government of Sri Lanka has announced its intention to suspend visas on arrival. We are awaiting confirmation of the date of that this will come into force. See Entry Requirements - Visas.