Monthly Archive: December 2015


Global Sri Lankans Written to Ex-Servicemen

Considering current situation in Sri Lanka under which number of LTTE Tamil terrorists had  been released from the prisons and ban on Tamil terrorist organizations had been lifted and number of security forces members taking in to custody Global Sri Lankan Forum has written  to ex-servicemen.


US Envoy Shannon militarily ropes Sri Lanka to spite China

Following his official meeting with Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera in Colombo 14 December, the U.S. Department of State Counselor (and onetime -2009/10 – counselor in Obama White House) who, early next year will assume the fourth-ranking position of Under Secretary (Political), Thomas Shannon addressing the media declared the following.

“Sri Lanka’s contributions to the development of a regional consciousness – one that promotes the values of democratic governance and respect for human rights, freedom of navigation, sustainable development, and environmental stewardship are noteworthy”.


A Critical Bibliography: Challenging the Machinations of the International Powers vis a vis Sri Lanka

Gerald H. Peiris: “The Doctrine of Responsibility to Protect: Impulses, Implications and Impact,” 30 June 2010, AND

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Michael Roberts: Lilliputs in a World of Giants: Marga and CHA bat for Lanka in the Propaganda War, 2009-14,” 18 November 2015,


Re-colonisation via foreign funded NGOs

The foreign funded NGOs  who were in the driver’s seat during the Chandrika-Ranil failed regimes, campaigning  vigorously  to brainwash the country from top political hierarchy to grass roots level, spending billions of rupees are back in the driver’s seat once again.

The penetration of  NGOs into the country began in the 1980s. Manipulation of public opinion by making use of the media and the so-called ‘think-tanks’ , who were none other than paid agents of the spy agencies, is one of the usual methods adopted by  the West to create distrust among communities leading to the loss of faith on the country’s rulers and thereby to achieve ‘regime changes’ .