In a brilliant piece of analysis by Dr. Gunadasa Amarasekara, one of the most prominent patriotic intellectuals in the country highlights how subtlety and stunningly the regime change project which ousted the former President Mahinda Rajapaksha in the last presidential election was orchestrated by the Western and Indian conspirators. This should be a must read piece of information to the ...

Why is the rally in Nugegoda on 18th Feb historic? The Western and Indian conspirators and their lackeys here who orchestrated a very successful regime change project which ousted the former President Mahinda Rajapaksha(MR) from his office in last presidential election must be pissing in their pants. They are seeing before their eyes the last thing that they would have ever expected to see: strong signs of MR's return to ...

The northern fishermen who were ungrateful to the former president Mahinda Rajapaksha by voting against him en masse at the last presidential election finally complain that SL navy was reluctant to arrest poaching Tami Nadu/Indian fishermen and their nets were damaged by the latter as per this new article. In one of my posts on the subject I queried why ...

Since 09th of January 2015 there hasn't been a single arrest of Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen by Sri Lankan navy. Have Indian freshmen stopped poaching in our waters? Or Have Sri Lankan authorities been turning a blind eye while Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen stealing our fish?Indian/Tamil-Nadu Fishermen were being arrested at regular intervals by SL Navy for poaching in our northern seas since 2010 ...

The West's prolonged and sustained regime change plan has paid dividends with Mahinda Rajapaksha being ousted from his office at the Presidential Election that concluded yesterday.  As I noted in one of my previous post this plan by the West culminated with the candidature of Mythripala Sirisena to challenge the President Mahinda.With Mahinda out of office Sri Lanka will never ...

This discussion should revolve around more of geo-political dynamism rather than narrowing down to local political dynamics which have been the most dominant focus up to date since Mithripala Sirisena defected to the opposition to challenge incumbent president Mahinda Rajapaksha at the presidential election to be held tomorrow.    There is strong tendency among some quarters, especially among anti-Mahinda Rajapaksha ...

It was Carl Marx who said that "History repeat itself first as a tragedy then as a comedy". Given the composition of individuals in the Common Opposition, if it gets elected, we seem to be right on our way back to the history in which Federalism, Devolution Package, Sudu Nelums and Peace Projects etc ruled the roost. It seems none ...

Doctored pictures of the legendry artist Dr Lester James Peries by Hela Urumaya remind us similar deception done by LTTE supporters back in 2009! With a photo- shopped picture of veteran and legendry Sri Lankan artist Dr Lester James Peries going viral on social media and other media after Patali Champika Ranawaka of Hela Urumaya used it to sling mud at the president Rajapaksha, we are reminded a similar deception that happened more than 05 years back.This happened soon after Prabakharan was killed in ...

Former president Chandrika's another public speech has created yet another an uproar. She has been legendary for creating such uproars following her speeches. Unlike all the previous occasions, she has, however, made the speech in question in Jaffna which she could have never imagined to do had the incumbent president Mahinda not defeated terrorism. On top of all she made ...

Stability provided by strong leadership        In one of my previous posts I highlighted that one of the foremost decisive factors that would decide the future course of post-war Sri Lanka would be its stability. This stability is, by default, ensured by a strong leadership who should be a strong personality plus bold in his actions and taking ...

With both Tamil National Alliance (TNA) and Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) pledging their support to Common Opposition candidate Mythripala Sirisena the battle lines are clearly drawn between the two parties leaving no room for ambiguities. These clearly defined political paths taken by each party should be analysed in the context of inherent fears entertained by Sinhalese Buddhists when it ...

There has been an ever increasing confidence among the supporters of the Common Opposition that its candidate Mythripala Sirisena would be victorious on 08th January. The majority of those who habour those thoughts are from the Western Province, the most developed province in the country, home to the commercial capital-Colombo of which population is largely metropolitan. As has been proved ...

With less than two weeks to go to the Presidential Election on 08th January, it is increasingly apparent now that President Mahinda again has to ask vote from people for his reelection to ensure a country undivided on ethnic lines.  In 2010 election campaign he asked people to vote for him to embark on an accelerated development path to rebuild ...

In a must read article to today's The Sunday Island C. A. Chandraprema, a columnist of the paper and the author of "Gota's War" points out in detail the Common Opposition's pledge that it would initiate a "Domestic Inquiry" to the alleged war crimes, said to have been committed by the Security Forces in the final phases of the Eelam ...

Stability would be the top most deciding factor in Sri Lanka's future whoever comes to power in the upcoming presidential election. It matters most for the Sri Lanka's survival in the coming years given the formidable forces hell bent to destabilize her.  Stability inherited by President Mahinda's reignThe period from 2009 to up to now can undoubtedly be considered as ...

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