Tagged: Human Rights


No more kingdoms for Jaffna

  The pro-separatist intellectuals of the twentieth and twenty first century bent over backwards, manufacturing theories, re-writing history, concocting geographies, to justify the violence that came out of the womb of Jaffna. The 18th century chronicle of Mylvaganam Pulavar, Yalpana Vaipava Malai (Garland of Significant Events of Jaffna), however, is...


Canberra Sri Lanka HC mum about the crap dished out on ABC’s 7.30

Society for Peace, Unity and Human Rights in Sri Lanka (SPUR) NSW Inc. Media Release  As reported by Australia’s ABC’s 7.30 report of today, Canberra’s  Sri Lanka High Commission has declined the opportunity to comment on the crap and canards dished out by two Sri Lankan boat people Tamil refugees,...


මේ මොහොතේ පෙඩරල් බලපෑම ඉතා ප්‍රබලයි

– ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක
ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ වර්තමාන දේශපාලනයේ පවතින අවිනිශ්චිත, අවුල් සහගත තත්ත්වයත්, දේශීය හා විදේශීය වශයෙන් මෙරටට එල්ල වී තිබෙන අභියෝග හා කුමන්ත්‍රණ පිළිබඳවත් විස්‌තර කරන ප්‍රවීණ දේශපාලන විචාරක ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ පෙඩරල් පාලන ක්‍රමයක්‌ ඇති කිරීමේ සැලැස්‌මක්‌ ක්‍රියාත්මක වෙමින් තිබෙන බවද කියා සිටී.

‘දිවයින’ සමග සාකච්ඡාවකට එක්‌වෙමින් ඔහු ඒ පිළිබඳව විස්‌තර කෙළේ මෙසේය.


Kurunegala: Politics on steroids

Not since 1992/93 has this country been on a political roller coaster as it is today. We are experiencing game changing events virtually every week. The game changing event of the past week was the pro-Mahinda rally in Kurunegala last Friday. It was held soon after the breakdown in talks between the Sirisena and Rajapaksa factions of the SLFP. One of the main points discussed at this meeting was the prime ministerial candidacy of the UPFA. When the talks broke down, one would think that the Kurunegala rally held barely 48 hours later would be a flop with disappointed Mahinda loyalists abandoning him because president Sirisena had denied him the PM candidacy. Yet, the crowd in Kurunegala was even bigger than the crowd at the Nugegoda rally.