Saturday, April 19, 2008

3 LTTE boats destroyed: Mullaithiv

At least 3 boats belonging to Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) have been destroyed in an air raid conducted by the Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) fighter jets today evening. The boats were attacked near LTTE held Mullaithiv coast at around 5.30PM by 10th fighter squadron bombers.

The air raid was based on intelligence information retrieved by naval intelligence sources.

166 comments:

  1. Defencenet,

    Trawlers, or smaller boats?

    And thanks for the blog addresses, but I was talking about something they take more seriously. Those two are by our own jokers Peter and Defence-Net. Nobody takes much notice of them, not even the LTTE supporters.

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  2. 49 killed in fresh clashes in Sri Lanka

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    PMK wants India to play 'active' role in Sri Lanka

    LINK

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  3. "Trawlers, or smaller boats? "

    Looks like small-medium sized crafts. Not confirmed yet.

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  4. The Govt's military strategy seems to have several components: (1)
    a tight naval cordon that blocks supplies (2) a war of attrition that reduces LTTE's ranks (3) and nibbling away at LTTE territory. We can already see the effects of this strategy. The LTTE can no longer challenge the SL Navy on the high seas. Also, some of the lower level conscripts are starting to leave along with the civillian population. By nibbling away at LTTE territory rather than launching large scale operations, SLA casualties are relatively low. Once the SLA is about 30 Km from Killinochchi, that area will be within range of the big guns.
    No doubt all of these efforts will take time but the end is in sight for the LTTE.

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  5. So, at the minimum, 10-15 "maaveerars" became the early-supper for the Indian Ocean sharks!

    Excellent SLAF...keep up this coordinated effort with the SLN and soon the only LTTE terra mf will be the one in formaldehyde filled large glass vat in the musuem.

    Yeah, yeah, only OaO Asithri would think of something like this….

    LMSSAO!!!

    OK, got to run patriots....catch you l8r

    OaO Asithri

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  6. I called Mulai,

    A friend of a friend says that the boats were carrying Pirapakaran, Pottuamman and Soosai respectively.

    All three are belived killed in the "precision" strikes.

    DefenceNet,

    Haven't seen you in awhile. Were you touring Madhu and Addampan?

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  7. "Yeah, yeah, only OaO Asithri would think of something like this…."

    lol yeah, you're right about that.

    Peter,
    Your jokes are no good mate. You suck at arguments, at logic, and now even at joking. Get a life....

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  8. I called Mulai,

    A friend of a friend says that the boats were carrying Pirapakaran, Pottuamman and Soosai respectively.

    All three are belived killed in the "precision" strikes.

    DefenceNet,

    Haven't seen you in awhile. Were you touring Madhu and Addampan?

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    LOL

    nice jokes

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  9. "DefenceNet,

    Haven't seen you in awhile. Were you touring Madhu and Addampan?"

    Nope. Tried to do so but we were thwarted 86 times, repulsed 133 times so couldn't even cross the no-man's land. Havent moved an inch.
    Nice to see that you care though.

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  10. DefenceNet,

    Thanks for the update!

    Fonseka says that he will capture Madhu by May Day 2008.

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  11. the way its going on in Madu, ltte will simply make a tactical withdraw of their remaining cardres before may day.
    then, our main opposition will say army just captured another jungle... they will also say, MR/VP secret agreement was to share the land and the statue.

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  12. Peter said...


    Fonseka says that he will capture Madhu by May Day 2008.

    I have seen a article that the president wished to capture it on or before the NEW YEAR ..now its May-day and after the may-day are they gonna say that they will capture it by X-Mas ....

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  13. Casc,

    What about psy-ops? Gen. SF hints he will capture Madhu-Adampan by April. LTTE puts full effort into defending it until then, and in the process, a lot die. Other jokers like Shyam and Peter, think they had a great victory and keep the money rolling in, and then some more LTTErs get killed.

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  14. "Nope. Tried to do so but we were thwarted 86 times, repulsed 133 times so couldn't even cross the no-man's land. Havent moved an inch."

    Ha! ha!

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  15. "So, at the minimum, 10-15 "maaveerars" became the early-supper for the Indian Ocean sharks!"

    Yes, these sharks are called Tiger sharks because they love to eat tigers!

    Tiger Eaters

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  16. "Tried to do so but we were thwarted 86 times, repulsed 133 times so couldn't even cross the no-man's land. Havent moved an inch"

    He he heeeee....

    LOL !!!

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  17. I am confident that Madu will be captured by may day. what matters is not the date, but inevitability of falling.

    an optimisitc ltte supporter's thinking is like,

    "I was not hit 11 times!"

    to our ltte supporters its a win as he was not hit 11 times.

    but the fact is, he has been hit 10 times. :-)

    btw, ltte spokeperson said they will return to east. months passed by, but no such signs....
    are they still planning it?

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  18. similarly, what about Jaffa?
    is ltte still planning to return?

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  19. http://www.lankatruth.com/
    Tigers form ‘Grandma Brigade’!

    "Tiger terrorist organization has conscripted elderly women for its military activities. There is information that tiger terrorists have formed a ‘Grandma Brigade’ and after training, they will be positioned in the forward defense lines near the Madhu shrine.
    This shows how important Madhu area for the terrorists and also the plight the terrorists are in to deploy elderly women as a shield against attacks from government forces.
    Tiger terrorist organization also had a ‘Baby Brigade’ of children abducted or recruited by force and used for military activities."

    :-)

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  20. Blogger Theraputtha said...

    similarly, what about Jaffa?
    is ltte still planning to return?

    Oww man ...Why don't you think about the next meal as a srilankan you are ..ah ahahahahaha ... We heard that you guys even don't have rice to eat... and now you have to pay the 15% of water taxes also from the April 1st ..and the fuel prices also gonna increase ...so buddy whats your comments against this ahh..still thinking of capturing Madu hmm okokok sweat dreams buddy ... just an advice .Just piss before you go to bed ....

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  21. similarly, what about Jaffa?
    is ltte still planning to return?

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  22. IIGEP: Colombo lacks political will to investigate Human Rights violations

    The International Independent Group of Eminent Persons (IIGEP), which terminates its observation mission reasoning that the proceedings of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) setup by the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) to investigate and inquire into serious violations of Human Rights, have not been transparent and not satisfied basic international norms and standards, in its concluding public report on Tuesday blamed the Government of Sri Lanka for "absence of will" in the present Inquiry to "investigate cases with vigour, where the conduct of its own forces has been called into question."

    * IIGEP statement

    The 11-member IIGEP said: "Summary executions, massacres, disappearances, wanton destruction of property, and forcible transfers of populations can never be justified. No efforts should be spared to uncover responsibility, including recognition of command responsibility, for such actions."

    The public report gave following reasons for IIGEP's decision to terminate the mission "with profound regret that more could not have been achieved.":

    1. A conflict of interest in the proceedings before the Commission
    2. Lack of effective victim and witness protection
    3. Lack of transparency and timeliness in the proceedings
    4. Lack of full co-operation by State bodies
    5. Lack of financial independence of the Commission

    The IIGEP has decided that it will terminate its observation role at the end of March 2008 and close its operations in Sri Lanka by the end of April 2008. It has taken this decision after due consideration and for fundamental reasons. The President of Sri Lanka invited the IIGEP to observe the proceedings of the Commission of Inquiry, to offer recommendations for corrective action, and to assess the conduct of the Commission’s proceedings in the light of international norms and standards. "Despite their best efforts, the Eminent Persons have concluded that they have accomplished all that is possible within the constraints of the prevailing situation. They have thus decided, with deep regret, to end their activities," the IIGEP statement said.

    "The IIGEP has repeatedly drawn attention to the defects above-mentioned and others in the proceedings of the Commission in its three-monthly interim reports to the President, its public statements, and directly to the Commissioners. These critiques and suggestions have been largely disregarded. The IIGEP noted, however, that the Commission has attempted to limit the role of the Attorney General by employing counsel from the Unofficial Bar as lead counsel in two cases (the Trinco 5 and Pottuvil cases).

    "This small success, however, has hardly outweighed the atmosphere of confrontation and disagreement towards the IIGEP engendered by organs of Government and – at least in official correspondence – by the Commission. The uncooperative atmosphere has rendered the task of the IIGEP, which approached its work in a spirit of co-operation and, at first, with optimism, disquieting and unpleasant. There seems to the IIGEP to be an absence of political and institutional will on the part of the Government to pursue with vigour the cases under review with the intention of identifying the perpetrators or at least uncovering the systemic failures and obstructions to justice that rendered the original investigations ineffective.

    "All Members of the IIGEP are keenly aware of the security situation presently prevailing in Sri Lanka. The Government is faced with an insurgency in which the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) conduct their hostilities through ruthless methods, not sparing the civilian population. Sections of popular opinion suggest that human rights and respect for the rule of law should take second place to measures necessary to repel these hostilities. The IIGEP rejects this opinion. There is no conflict or incompatibility between the successful conduct of military and security operations on the one hand, and respect for the rights of citizens on the other. Indeed it should be emphasised that respect for human rights, and the conduct of military operations in strict accordance with international humanitarian law, are powerful weapons in the struggle against dissident forces and terrorism in that they help to earn the trust and support of the civilian population. Moreover, they are essential to morale and promote a culture of professionalism and self-respect within the police and armed forces.

    "To the extent that emergency conditions may require special state measures derogating from certain peacetime rights, these must be publicly announced, enacted in law, and justified in terms of necessity and proportionality. Summary executions, massacres, disappearances, wanton destruction of property, and forcible transfers of populations can never be justified. No efforts should be spared to uncover responsibility, including recognition of command responsibility, for such actions. The IIGEP has, however, found an absence of will on the part of the Government of Sri Lanka in the present Inquiry to investigate cases with vigour, where the conduct of its own forces has been called into question."

    The IIGEP made following particular recommendations:

    1. That the President should ensure that all State bodies comply with international norms and standards and his directive to provide full disclosure of information and cooperation to the Commission.
    2. The Government should respect and implement the internationally agreed doctrine of command responsibility as part of the law of Sri Lanka, whereby superiors of those who have committed criminal acts may also be held responsible.
    3. The Government of Sri Lanka should establish, as a priority, a workable, effective and permanent system of victim and witness protection. The Commission should endeavour to train the staff of its victim and witness protection unit in order to provide the optimum level of security and assistance to potential witnesses. The IIGEP also calls for the establishment of a facility whereby essential witnesses, who have left Sri Lanka, and who can continue to give first hand evidence as to some of the events under examination by the Commission, can give their oral evidence to the Commission by video-links under conditions of complete safety. In this respect, international support to the Commission has proven critical.
    4. The Commission of Inquiry should include in the course of its inquiries an examination of the reasons for systemic failures and past impunity in relation to the cases under review, and consider the making of recommendations for the eventual appointment of independent special prosecutors in cases in which the security forces have been involved in serious human rights violations.
    5. The Government of Sri Lanka should provide the immediate and necessary financial resources to the Commission of Inquiry,and place adequate funds at its disposal, to enable it to fulfil its mandate.
    6. The Government of Sri Lanka should not entrench the role of the Attorney General as counsel assisting the Commission of Inquiry through legislation.

    The IIGEP was fully formed in February 2007, when the President of Sri Lanka invited 11 persons from a number of countries to observe the work of the Commission of Inquiry to Investigate and Inquire into Alleged Serious Violations of Human Rights (“the Commission”), which was established in November 2006. The Serious Violations referred to in the Warrant establishing the Commission were 15 cases dating from 1 August 2005 until 16 October 2006. A 16th case was later added.

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  23. its a oneway traffic at the moment. why can't ltte return back? are they still planning?

    defencenet,
    can you confirm of grandma bridage? I am unable to believe on it.

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  24. During the last seventeen days 34 soldiers of the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) have been killed and 263 others were injured in the war front, media reports quoted SLA military spokesman Brigadier Udaya Nanayakara as saying at Thursday press briefing held at Media Centre for National Security in Colombo.

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  25. I see the eelam monkeys are back. zoo must be closed early today or something anyways . DN I have no idea why you even bother answering back. Hey I like these eelam monkeys too. They are fun to watch from a distance. Sure these monkeys are entertaining but remember you can get a lot of shit on you if start playing with em . Just delete them and the replies or create a nice little zoo area for them to play.

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  26. shyam,

    next time when you cut a long document, don't past it here, past it on VPs back side, I think he will thank you for it.

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  27. Asithri

    Sorry to disappoint you on the formaldehyde jar terrorist plans.

    I have already declared my intentions to clone the last one so that we have opportunity for target practice on a continuing basis, and a steady source of cheap protein for the fisheries industry.

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  28. "DefenceNet,

    Haven't seen you in awhile. Were you touring Madhu and Addampan?"

    Nope. Tried to do so but we were thwarted 86 times, repulsed 133 times so couldn't even cross the no-man's land. Havent moved an inch.
    Nice to see that you care though.

    Hahahaha...:):):)..hehehehehe:):)
    As for the LTTE no igpg,qrst,abcd,abcdefghijk.. organisation is going to save them now..
    AS for Mr Cabraal..i am sure he did the best he could..My concern is how many LTTE'rs are continuously biting the dust these days

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  29. Guys-
    Is it just me start to notice, this blog start to be another LNP.
    I sincerely hope DN will do something sooner than later sort this out.
    Been raising this for last few months and situation becoming a joke each day.

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  30. Defencenet,

    Is there any truth to this defence.lk article:
    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080418_01

    If the LTTE has this kind of bargaining capability with IC via proxy of humanitarian organisations, this would be their best ploy to defeat the GOSL.

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  31. 3 mulaitivu fisherman boats was distroyed by SLAF in the evening one of the boat was mannaged to back to mulaitivu ...ha..ha....ha
    Excellent SLAF...keep up this coordinated effort with the SLN and soon the only your Armory will finidhing soon VP will be going to format all your efforts Soon...keep it Up

    Very Funy ...to whom they are telling this Story , can you understand ?

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  32. Sri Lanka Air Force destroys three LTTE arms carrier crafts in Mullaitivu

    watch video

    http://www.colombopage.com/archive_08/April19154654CH.html

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  33. DefenceNet,..when you have the time..any news of the following LTTE divisions and their deployment.
    1)the blue walrus commando division
    2)the green elephant airbourne div
    3)the crack over 90's LTTE brigade
    4)the malathi grandmothers div..

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  34. Sri Lanka Air Force destroys three LTTE arms carrier crafts in Mullaitivu

    watch video

    http://www.colombopage.com/archive_08/April19154654CH.html



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    rupa

    there is no VIDEO

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  35. Srilankan said...

    DefenceNet,..when you have the time..any news of the following LTTE divisions and their deployment.
    1)the blue walrus commando division
    2)the green elephant airbourne div
    3)the crack over 90's LTTE brigade
    4)the malathi grandmothers div..

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    LOL

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  36. Its great that the SLAF its taking up an anti-shipping role too.
    The SLAF has really progressed in tactics in the last month.

    @ shyam
    nice to see that the cadres are well fed. lol


    But seroiusly I have heard that India has curbed its exports to prevent rice prices rising in India.

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  37. .....Judging by the time taken to almost wrest control of Madhu, given the stiff resistance by the Tigers, the goal of the military to reach Vidatilativu would take another three months or so. Securing Vidatilativu alone may not be sufficient, and the military would have to go the whole hog right up to Pooneryn. To secure the entire western coast right up to Pooneryn which is a good 50 km, it would take an additional nine months to an year.

    Meanwhile, four generals are due to retire in the next nine months, starting from Major General Upali Edirisinghe who turns 55 in August this year, two years since the commencement of Eelam War IV. The Army’s No. 2, Commandant of the Volunteer Force, Major General Lawrence Fernando and Jaffna Security Forces Commander, Major General G.A. Chandrasiri will turn 55 in January, 2009, while the No. 3 Chief of Staff, Major General Nissanka Wijesinghe retires in February, next year.

    Military Matters by senpathi

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    Mmm..

    very interesting

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  38. Guys,

    I have been watching this guy, Peter - a misfit - who habitually makes mockery of our armed forces and brave commanders.

    This guy has all the sentimental ingredients to qualify himself to be a lunatic.

    A lunatic, by definition, is someone who cannot balance the rod of sanity on the pivot of conscience. Peter's contribution to this blog over the past few months shows he has a serious problem with balancing his all forms of acts.

    I would like to add my own observation with regard to this peculiar species; they are particularly sensitive to lunar fluctuations; lunacy is derived from lunar, after all. Peter proves, time and again, that he is not an exception.

    Have you noticed this idiotic Peter makes most of his disgusting noises around Full Moon day? We just moved past one and Peter had been in hyperactive mode. Evidence? Ha ha! read his comments folks.

    It is official that Peter is a lunatic and his behaviour is regulated, not by the Tigers - but by the Lunar cycle.

    You may think this syndrome is incurable; I disagree.

    Lunacy, according to ancient medical texts, stems from excessive erotic indulgence, backed up by tortured imagination.

    If Peter-the-misfit really wants to get out of this crisis, I can show him the way out. However, he must take heed of my advice to the full.

    I recommened that he spends at least three weeks inside a Vanni bunker in secrecy. As the male folks are greatly outnumbered by females for obvious reasons, Peter can cash in on the situation to his advantage.

    At night, guns fell silent in these bunkers. That is the time for Peter to put his gun to work, in the name of loyalty to the Tiger cause - the Eelam.

    This pragmatic step will certainly cure his illness and address the issue of acute shortage of man power too.

    In recognition of this great service, VP may confer him the appropriate title - father of the Nation. Another hero is born in Tigerland.

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  39. Well done SLAF.

    I recon we should have a dedicated squad of jets/gunships to attack terror boats in mulaitivu and mannar seas.

    these 3 boats were not transporting anything at the time of bombing. they were only berthed in mulaitivu sea. anyway the good thing is their 3 large assets are no more.

    more important is to destroy LTTE boast while in active use.

    anyone knows more about the seamines SLN was ssiad to have laid off the mannar sea?

    unused sea areas can be mined to stop the terras.

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  40. Qrious,

    a good observation.

    indeed this peter bugger is lunatic. going by the criteria of erotic indulgence and tortured imagination, another chap by the name "crimewatch" is also a lunatic.

    i wonder what they do for a living.

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  41. Brother lkdood,

    Don't take what Senapathi says too seriously.

    He got into army's bad books recently and his views must be taken into account in this context.

    He paints a very pessimistic picture about Vanni operations by completely ignoring the weather factor. His analysis is punctuated by personal grudge against the army or its commanders.

    I think Senapathi's ethical compass need a bit of 'oiling' before it grinds to a halt.

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  42. Lkdood,

    Thanks for the information on the generals who are retiring.

    The army's promotion system for commissioned officers, which is part of our colonial legacy, does not allow a person to stay more than (I believe) 4 years in the same rank. That is if they are not promoted to the next rank, then they are out. Also, the government wide mandatory retirement age for all personnel is 55. The 55 year retirement age would have been suitable for another era. Today the average life expectancy in Sri lanka is close to the mid 70s.

    For a fighting army going through a major manpower expansion, this system is completely unsuitable. Many of the Combat Training Centers are at full capacity and are attempting to get the new recruits through the system. At the same time we are getting rid of some of the most experienced people in the system.

    It takes many years to create an officer. Many of these high ranking officers have spent many years going to the top defence institutions in India, Pakistan, and a few to the USA in recent times. Their acumulated knowledge, expertise, and experience gained on the battlefield is lost when they leave the forces. Some people say that that the current system provides opportunities for younger officers to advance up the chain of command. That is true to a certain extent but there is a place for these people in the sytem perhaps in another capacity, eg in the training institutions like the Kotelwala Defence University, or in the Civil Defence Force or Volunteer Force.

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  43. Rover said...
    Casc,

    What about psy-ops? Gen. SF hints he will capture Madhu-Adampan by April. LTTE puts full effort into defending it until then, and in the process, a lot die.

    Rover,

    Psy Ops. Definitely. Historically, the LTTE's key strength was their mobility. They were able to move their cadres at short notice alone their frontline.

    Going back several years, I don't think the LTTE could have ever envisioned that the SL Army would fight them on 5 fronts simultaneoulsy, continuously attacking them on a daily basis, and using small groups tactics.

    Another factor that impaires the LTTE's mobility is that they don't have the fuel or vehicles on the scale that they had before.

    I read in the Hindu today that a group of people have been apprehended while trying to smuggle 14 tractor tyres from TN.

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  44. Guys Lets defeat terrorism altogether from this world! Lets send in our brave hearts to the battle field to wipe the terrorists!

    Cheers!

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  45. casc

    The LTTe can function only as a destructive force. It fails completely in a constructive role due to the very nature of its formation and functionality. Its pretexes to administrative competence looked like a scene from a sad movied about a monkey kingdom. The only way it knows to administer is by tirture and murder when things don't go the way they want.
    In the LTTe held areas, water, electricity and all infra-strucutre are provided by us. The animals have no capability of running an administration.

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  46. Basically, the whole area is a fcking zoo. THe ground reality is basically animal eat animal.

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  47. Hmm...all the LTTE supporters seem to be dropping stinking jokes all about the place, now they don't have any crap to try and feed us with. Wait until LTTE finally manages to shoot one more SLA soldier, and they'll start to fill this blog with crap again (damages that the LTTE suffer doesn't matter - they don't believe that happens)

    BTW, the article about this incident on army.lk is ridiculous. It's about time they found someone with a good knowledge of english to write these articles, both defence.lk & army.lk (these are supposed to be countering tamilnut, after all)

    The title says "Three LTTE Boats with Fitted Machine Guns Struck of Destroyed"
    What the hell does this mean?

    "Those three terrorist boats fitted with machine guns were found beached in the MULLAITHIVE lagoon in order to take most probably some Naval targets in the area when they were spotted and struck by Air Force fighter jets."

    This makes it look like the jets were going on a joy ride when they spotted the boats. Gives the impression that airforce jets are flying all over the country all the time looking for LTTE targets. I thought the boats were found by the navy and they directed SLAF to the target? Nothing about that here.

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  48. "The Bishop’s Conference of Sri Lanka convened an emergency meeting in Kandy and issued the following statement:
    “The Catholic Bishop’s Conference of Sri Lanka is deeply concerned about the misinterpretations and unfounded speculations that appeared in some media, regarding the removal of the venerated statue of Our Lady of Madhu to the church in Thevanpiddy.
    Therefore we feel it our duty to clarify matters as follows:


    2. As the shrine and the area around it are within the so-called “Uncleared Area” the statue of Our Lady of Madhu was already there, in the LTTE controlled area.

    6. Before doing so they decided, with the approval of the Bishop of Mannar, to take the statue along with them to the closest functionally available church which is Thevanpiddy. As a last resort, they had taken this decision of their own free will, and not under compulsion, or at the request of the LTTE or any other as viciously reported in some media.
    "
    look at the way wordsa re framed. "so called uncleared area"
    these bloody terrorist lovers are standing against the democraticaly elected government and majority sinhalese.
    after giving the statue to ltte with free will they still have no shame to take the advantage over the matter and push more of forces less of ltte.

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  49. TropicalS-

    [Asithri, Sorry to disappoint you on the formaldehyde jar terrorist plans. I have already declared my intentions to clone the last one so that we have opportunity for target practice on a continuing basis, and a steady source of cheap protein for the fisheries industry.]

    Wow!

    Truly LMSSAO!!!

    Bro, I have a favor to ask you…and that is, could you please ensure the “last one” is a LTTE “malathi brigade” bitch-in-heat, hopefully a bitch who danced in a frenzy around our captured 70 odd, unarmed, sheer-terror stricken Sinhela bravehearts after that last Muhamalai SNAFU in 2006 before hacking them with swords and axes to make them bleed to death.

    Of course the bitches did that blood-bath dance while the male LTTE motherfcukers were pointing T56s at our boyz to assure they would not move a limb, let alone try to attack those LTTE bitches in frenzy.

    So, if you comply with my request, errr…the “target practice” you speak can be a continual, but a rather fun-filled (yeah, “filled” it will be with no-hold (or holes)-barred believe me … LMSSAO!!!) favorite past time, don’t you agree?

    Truly LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  50. Jay Ramen

    [Guys Lets defeat terrorism altogether from this world! Lets send in our brave hearts to the battle field to wipe the terrorists! ]

    Whoa, what gives LTTE son-of-a-whore? This is not like you!

    Whoa, when you say “terrorism” in SL, realize that there aren’t any terras other than the LTTE cesspit-maggots (who in my view need a spray of Sulphuric acid to dissolve) so, I wonder who you mean by “wipe the terrorists?”

    Wow!

    Pray tell me my honorable terra supporting mother-doer, did you have a sex-change ops and a de-brainwashing at the same time? LMSSAO!!!

    Truly LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  51. [with the approval of the Bishop of Mannar, to take the statue along with them to the closest functionally available church which is Thevanpiddy.]

    Bishop of Manner is the Devil reincarnation himself we know now.

    This frock-wearing, cross-carrying with one hand and Prabha pic carrying with the other hand do-good preaching while indulging in the most vile sins motherfcuker is nothing but a bloody parasite. I have more respect for the dog-tick that I once yanked out out of my pet dog’s scrotum!

    This terra basard’s frock must be lifted and tied around his head before we Sri Lankans put a noose around his head and hang him from the nearest and tallest tree in Madhu!

    Here’s him at another time basking in LTTE terrorist motherfckers’ terra-glory – the glory that ponna-Ranil Wickremasinghe gave the terras on a golden platter in 2002 with his CFA:

    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20070103_04

    OaO Asithri

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  52. OK, got to run...actually run and get some sleep! :))

    PEACE to all my friends!

    Oao Asithri

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  53. "to take the statue along with them to the closest functionally available church which is Thevanpiddy"

    What??? If what I remember is right, the church is about 40km into the uncleared area. There's no church within 40km radius of Madu? I find this VERY hard to believe..... The people who made this statement, did they drop from the moon?

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  54. Guys,

    We must stand firm against the malicious moves against our armed forces and the commanders.

    There are traitors among our so-called journalists who are prepared to switch sides and their lines of analysis at the drop of a coin.

    Senapathi of the Nation newspaper is one of them; he has suddenly switched sides and so has his form of analysis and predictions. I heard from a source that he had been warned by the army for providing the public with misinformation. Now, all of a sudden he sees the doomsday.

    This is a dangerous development. The tentacles of Tigers are everywhere, to ambush the weak souls like Senapathi at any moment. Every layer of our society is vulnerable to this menace. That is why these brutes must be dealt with using the means they understand - military might.

    The camps against military operations slowly and collectively build up the scenario of the failure - quite cleverly: there are news items with disproportionate publicity to the clowns like Vaiko; talks about military stalemate while turning a blind eye to miserable weather conditions; air force dropping bombs in marshy lands out of frustration.

    The campaign against the victory is intense and relentless, because the army is closing in on, what once thought to be impregnable in military terms.

    The army does not have to tell us its plans of operations. Nor is it feasible to air the development like ball-by-ball cricket commentry. The precious lives of soldiers hang in the balance and the war is serious buisness.

    What these elements - both local and foreign - must understand is that the army has not reached the junction of inaction, as they so eagerly dream of. On the contrary, its march towards victory has intensified with the onset of better weather conditions, with renewed vigour of course.

    Need proof folks? Look at the most recent photographs of our brave commanders. Do they look like a bunch under tension? Not at all. The smiles on their faces tell it all.

    I, along with our patriotic brothers, with them all the best!

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  55. TropicalStorm said...

    .....In the LTTe held areas, water, electricity and all infra-strucutre are provided by us. The animals have no capability of running an administration

    TropicalStorm,

    Completely agree with you bro. The LTTE administration is a complete farce. What ever public administration that exists in LTTE areas is courtesy of the Government of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is the only country in the world where the government in areas not under its control pays for the salaries of government personnel and provides for government services like hospitals, schools, pensions, and food rations. During the CFA days, the LTTE took several gullible western correspondents on guided tours to show of their so called administrative institutions such as courts, banks, police etc. Of course its a complete farce.

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  56. There is no other government in the world other than Sri Lankan government who pays for the medical expenses of a babaric terrorists who distruct the life of the entire nation.

    Still the entire Sri Lankans pay for terrorists medical suplies and the salaries of the doctors.

    'No shortage' in Kilinochchi hospital

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  57. breaking news!!
    The crack LTTE "soththiya" division launches a "blitzkrieg" on a bata slipper factory in cleared area after a bollywood haircut.

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  58. "If you can't destroy the church, at least kill the clergy."

    Is that philosophy straight from the Mahavamsa?

    I hope that the LTTE does not "retaliate" by killing monks. It would be such a waste of explosives.

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  59. well the ltte did kill monks, even little child monks more than 60 of them and then lined them up and mutilated there bodies

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  60. so did we retaliate by killing priests

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  61. for what you have done we should have burned down all the churches and killed every preist.

    but did we, no because we are not psychotic megalomaniacs

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  62. Extreme: Although out of topic, it is true.
    Government of Sri Llnkan runs the hospitals and every other facilities such as electricity in Vanni. LTTE controls it like the way JVP did in their insurgency periods (71,89). In one perspective, I find it correct that we give the basic facilities to tamil civilians as they are sons and daughters of this country.
    But we must take the utmost care not to let the terrorists use this kind of things for their use. At least we must use this as propaganda for our government. We can see how tamilnet.com publishes it's stories. They lie, but for an outsider it looks like the truth.

    Giving this kind of propaganda is the duty of the foreign missions.

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  63. srilankan,

    "The crack LTTE "soththiya" division launches a "blitzkrieg" on a bata slipper factory in cleared area after a bollywood haircut."

    Was it tanks from the new LTTE M1A2 division or the T-90 division that was involved?


    peter,

    "I hope that the LTTE does not "retaliate" by killing monks. It would be such a waste of explosives."

    Don't worry, LTTE don't use explosives to kill monks. They use methods from the ancient ages.

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  64. New article on tamilnut:

    NESoHR Chairman Fr. Karunaratnam killed in DPU attack

    Defencenet, can you confirm? Looks like the LTTE just blasted off another of their friends and is blaming LRRP....

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  65. Is this peter ponna ambalama (bisexual guesthouse) guy is lunatic or somewut else.. telling things like killing monks....If we let this brainwashed lunetic to run riot here, even the sensible pro LTTE voices such as jayaraman will be ignored.

    (SUPPORTING LTTE IS ONE THING... BUT BEING UNCIVILIZED IS ANOTHER THING...)

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  66. Guys,

    "Is that philosophy straight from the Mahavamsa?"

    Peter-the-not-so-Great is back with his brand of mis-philosophy.

    He was about to shed some tears for the man-in-white-robe who got killed. He has already elevated this man to sainthood, purely because he represents a certain sect of Christianity.

    Getting into a robe - white or saffron - does not make a human being a true priest; he just enjoys the benefit bestowed upon him by the society for being a member of clergy - by default.

    The bunch of priests - from Rayappu downwards - has proved beyond doubt that they are questionable characters. They have switched their allegiance to VP, not to the Almighty or the Vatican, any more.

    The Bible warns its followers against the arrival of the anti-Chirst; they have only one sole aim - decieving the gullible souls.

    A deceiver fails in his mission if his motives are made clear at the outset; so, he does things by stealth. This is the mode of operation by this band of Catholic priests.

    They got away with these things, because the Archbishop of Sri Lanka is keeping mum without speaking out against this menace by being a politically-correct man. He needs the courage to call a 'spade' a 'spade'. Otherwise, he adds statistics to the list of controvesies that the Church is so infested with.

    So, I must tell this man, Peter, who pursue a hollow logic - bringing Mahavansa into a debate which does not have a trace of relevance whatsoever - to apply for this despicable club, headed by Rayppu.

    Peter, then can give these agents of Satan, the much-needed membership boost, when the numbers of genuinely pious people are on freefall.

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  67. Chamal,
    "Was it tanks from the new LTTE M1A2 division or the T-90 division that was involved?"..it was both divisions bro.This is in line with what that coolie bala promised..what was it...10,000 SLA body bags??..This is the beginning of EELAM..(infinity+1) unceasing wave.They were just gathering essential supplies(footwear)..Need conformation from my Canadian LTTE sources..ie the LTTE canadian command..located at 235,greek canadian guys arse way..next to primark and LTTE cornershop.

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  68. Wikipedia article on Army Commandos

    This says there are four regiments. There are only only three right?

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  69. Chairman Fr. Karunaratnam killed in DPU strike, another innocent killed in vanni, oh if you argue that this is the ltte's work then i guess the upcoming bombs in colombo must be ordered by MR himself, i mean ur right this is in vanni so i guess the tigers have done it, whatever happens in colombo and kandy next must be done by the GOSL to blame the ltte for propaganda.

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  70. Senkadagala Sinhaya, you guys are not meglomaniacs? my fuking ass, how many cemeteries have you destroyed, how many young boys and girls have you guys abducted, how many indiscriminate airstrikes has happened? Did you see what your "noble" soldiers did after the anuradhapura attack, they paraded the dead bodies naked after the attack, don't make stupid fuking comments, every action will have more serious reprecussion.

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  71. "how many cemeteries have you destroyed, how many young boys and girls have you guys abducted, how many indiscriminate airstrikes has happened?"

    And this information of course comes from the very reliable source 'www.tamilnet.com' (and a few more pro LTTE media). Funny how nobody else reports things like they do.

    "they paraded the dead bodies naked after the attack"

    They were not 'paraded', it was your own media that had taken photographs of the bodies under the protection of 'media freedom'. The bodies had been covered before they barged in. And the reason for the dead bodies being naked is because of the smart practice of LTTE wearing suicide jackets.

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  72. dont point figures to other when u ur self is a megalomaniac...

    How many civilians have been killed by LTTE... pettah bomb 150+ maradana bomb 50+ central bank 200+

    How many monks have they killed ... remember aranthalawa massacre.. anuradhapura massacre where pilgrims and monks were killed in the most sacred buddhist place in sri lanka...

    the attack on the temple of tooth relic... cant u remember .

    CANT U REMEMBER the attack on katthanudi mousque..where praying devotees were killed..
    IN ur damn peelam history books, the bulcrap writers might have written something totally different but as aperson who lived in the country from my birth I have experienced all these

    I never say that tamils dont have any issues with security forces but ltte has relesed even more horror to the singhaleese and muslims in their effort of ethnic clensing..

    remember the border village attacks closed to ur dramland borders thiru anna....
    manal aru araes where entire villages were wiped out using the swords and logs to kill people to save ammunition by the ltte MFs..
    dont try to paint wahit or say that these bitches are saints ..pls...

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  73. our soldiers did not parade the tamil bodies, who would want to look at naked tamils, they were transporting them either to incinerate them or bury them, and the ltte media of cause took a photo and made Goebbels proud.

    and have ever heard the stories about how LTTE treats captured soldiers,you mutialiate them alive, and when you attacked a village in hambanthota you lot killed pregnant mothers and cut open there wombs.

    and now you try to white wash the tigers

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  74. tel me thiru anna..... I have seen some of the ltte bootlickers saying "Anuradhapuram" to anuradhapura but according to peelam dreamland maps on nitharsanam.. the borders of the wonderland ends around vavunia.

    Why is this difference?

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  75. We should very clearly understand, what is really going on SL.
    This is no way a problem of discriminated minority.
    Full chola(tamil) force is now on full swing againt the SL. This is nothing but the problem of not having a seperate country for tamils.

    It is really difficult for SL to defend her self, if not all good Sri Lankans come forward to defend the nation and the country.

    It is amazing to see, All tamils around the world trying rally behind the LTTE to destroy our beloved country to make a independant Sesame Oil state in the part of the country.
    We, as people who are living in abord, should fund any militant group, who is willing to destroy LTTE terrorists.
    Private armies should be created and blocks of lands should be assigned to them to clear it from LTTE, exactly like blocks are being offered for the Oil exploration, in return of incentives.

    Biggest problem, now we have is, Our leaders are trying to do the WAR on Buddhist prinsiples.
    It is never going to work with LTTE barbarians.
    What the fuck we do in Madhu and Adampan. If the LTTE is hiding in the Church, bombed it and kill them all. This is what, all my Catholic friends, recomends as well.
    Enough is enough. Our leaders should think about our country, before thinking Para Sudda.


    Unfortunately, democracy is not going to work for SL, untill this terrorism is eliminated. GOVT should crack down anyone, who is trying undermine the war againt LTTE. Let the HR go to hell, untill this is done.
    Why I am saying this, this fucking EU, SA, india all trying to squezee the ball of democratically elected GOVT, who is doing a bitter battle againt the most ruthless terrorist organization in the world.
    If we nither can get help of so called democracy promoters nor can crackdown on the terrorist, who is trying to destroy the nation, why hell we want to protect the democracy in eye of gradual destruction of the country.

    Forget about fucking basterds in other countries, go ahead and hit and hit hard on terrorist. If civiliens are trying to make human shields to protect terrorists, just bomb them.

    WAR of attrition is over now. LTTE has adopted to the methods and technics.
    If we want to destroy LTTE with in this year, combining Speed, sheer fire-power, deception is a must.

    Jayen Jaya for SLDF.

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  76. In your hienous organization you respect the lifeless more than the living.Or maybe you have got the words cemetries mixed up with bunkers.

    "how many indiscriminate airstrikes have happen"
    Its about the same number of TAF airstrikes that hit their intended targets.

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  77. senkadagala,

    it should be "bisexuals' guesthouse".

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  78. "...do not leave alive anything that breaths. Completely destroy them...as the Lord your God has commanded you..." Deuteronomy 20:16

    that seems to be the ltte supporters belief now right, the question now is what god commands you is it your sun god's commands that you follow so blindly, and believe whithout a question

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  79. These LTTE supporters are quick to perform 'tactical withdrawals' when presented with facts and logical arguments.

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  80. @ andare
    We can't make private armies it will turn out like sierra leone or somalia if we do that.

    I think that the army should have razed the church too. If the site is truly sacred it wouldn't be affected by bricks and mortar lying on the ground or towering into the sky.Also the sacred statue has been removed so what is there to lose. After we have liberated it can be rebuilt.

    The blood of a soldier is worth a thousand times the blood of a terrorist.

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  81. oh heres another good quote ltte uses as a motto

    "To kill the big rats, you have to kill the little rats."
    this was A statement justifying the mass murder of innocent Tutsi children, infants, and newborns. It was made by a political commentator in Rwanda, just before the 1994 genocide

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  82. better if they tactically withdraw fro defencenet too..

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  83. but of cause you are carrying out this policy on yourself by sending your "little rats" to die in the frontline

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  84. the LTTE tactically withdraw just like germans did in the eastern front all the way to berlin (Killinochi), until Hitler (Phrabakaran) shot himself and then burned himself along with Eva Braun (vainathni or sumtin)

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  85. "but of cause you are carrying out this policy on yourself by sending your "little rats" to die in the frontline"

    But as the great Sun Goat has a good supply of 'little rats' from the northern civilian population, it's not a problem to him. The safety of the only 'big rat', i.e the sun goat himself, is protected while this supply lasts (at least that's what he thinks....)

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  86. but with the little rats gone there will be no big rats for the future

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  87. Gobels(Illantherian), Martin Bomen(Jeyam), Goring(Balraj)
    Himler(Poddu),committed suicide Donitz(Susei) was sentenced to 20 years sentence in nuremburg(colombo)
    Their beste commander Rommel(karuna) was thrown away by Hitlar(prabha) in the final year of the war...

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  88. "20 years sentence in nuremburg(colombo)"

    Don't forget that the great sun goat already has 200 years to serve in prison.

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  89. Attack is the Best Defence
    well said man

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  90. Jeyam is Marshall paulus, he is the one who lost in stalingrad (THoppigala) which put them in a fucked up situation

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  91. wholeworld knows that it is only ltte who kills their enimies as well as friends. that is why it is categorised as "ruthless terrorist" organisation. (just search google with 2 words).

    if they feel that it is more advantagous to kill their own friends they will do without hesitation. at the moment, ltte wants stop army capturing Madu. Madu is the topic even in Vathican nowadays. hence killing few priest may capture the eyes of all. if things goes as ltte expects, killing the priest will have an impact on army's march. if not, well, it is just a life. they will keep trying other methods...

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  92. No news on MCNS or defence.lk about the attack on the priest. Why don't they say anything? Naturally they'll look guilty if they keep quiet about it....
    If it's important, you can guarantee it's going to be late in these sites. When they finally do, 'perahera gihin iwarai'

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  93. "Naturally they'll look guilty if they keep quiet about it.... "

    Not necessarily. There is no need to comment every time Tamilnet delivers some far fetched accusation from their rear ends.

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  94. Chamal,
    We will definitely not jail sun goat.What we are going to do is to kill his grand children on their wedding day.Well lets give him a taste of his own medicine. Sometimes living in agony is much more painful than dying since it prolongs suffering.We also need to track those vicious LTTE female coolies who butchered our soldiers alive however long it takes.

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  95. Slighly out of topic but related to Sri Lanka military history. In WW2, the only British Commonwealth soldiers executed for mutiny were a group of Ceylonese soldiers in what is now known as the Cocos Island mutiny. Their revolt had to do with the racism that they experienced at the hands of their Austalian and British officers, which the Ceylonese soldiers had not experienced even in colonial Ceylon. The Sunday Times has an interview with the last surviving member of that garrison. This person was not a mutineer, so the article does not capture full story or discuss the motivations of the mutineers.

    Noel Cruz has written a very informative book on this incident.

    Cocos Island Mutiny

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  96. Dear DefenceNet,
    I hope you have time to answer my query about those LTTE divisions and their deployment.

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  97. Chamal,
    We need to create a mossad style organisation to trackdown these LTTE bit**es after this is all over however long it takes.

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  98. WOW!! straight from a senior US diplomats mouth working in an LTTE corner shop..wow""..hehehehe

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  99. that old guy who was killed was useless, so what the hell will we gain from it. there is no logic in blaming the DPU, I mean they have the risk of blowing there cover everytime they strike, so would they risk there lives to kill a useless old man.

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  100. sinhaya,
    Dont waste your time.I just wish the army will do everything possible to save those good northern kids who have been forcibly conscripted.The LTTE is using these christian priests as scapegoats to draw "GOD" ics attention.

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  101. There is an old saying that ' those who sleep with dogs, awake with fleas'.
    When you sleep with tiger animals, you die with shrapnel up your ass.

    Some cassoks cover thugs, as they do paedophiles and other crooks. That does not reflect on a religion or a belief system.

    So stop giving undue (read my lips..UNDUE) respectability or importance to creeps, based on their dress, because this guy was fried by the tamil animals to gain maximal advantage from the bloodied cassock.

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  102. srilankan

    yeah god will be pretty pissed of when he sees his children killing a man of god, while the heretics try to save his house(madhu).

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  103. for all you christian LTTE ass lickers

    "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God."

    eg: rebellion to phrabha is obediane to god

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  104. “Fr.” Karunaratnam’s claymore blasting, what a brilliant hit by the LTTE!

    As there is some concerns from the Catholic church about Madu church’s issue, what better way to cast SLDF in a heinous light than to kill an old priest (although a bastard he may have been)…this is no different to sacrificing a life for the ‘liberation struggle” through a suicide bombing.

    As for the old bastard who got “shrapnel up his ass” (thank you TropicalS, LMSSAO!!!), this cassock wearing “man-of-God” was not what he made out to be.

    He was the chairman of the Norwegian funded, entirely pro-LTTE “NorthEast Secretariat on Human Rights,” or NESoHR, and he did everything possible at every turn to discredit the SLDF and GOSL, including traveling to Europe and canvassing European governments/church hierarchies to censure GOSL for what he termed as a horrific human rights record by GOSL - of course, while not uttering a single word about what LTTE mf’s were doing in Vanni!

    In his most recent submission under the auspices of that bogus human rights org, the bastard was clamoring the get the UN to come and start a “peace keeping” mission in SL, knowing well that would give the much needed lifeline-support to the LTTE and also spell the end of SL as a sovereign, independent nation. This is what happened in Cypress and of course that is why the international LTTE lobby is clamoring of it!

    But…

    However useful the bastard may have been on the propaganda end, appears LTTE figured it was time to take him out (and blame SLDF) as to them he was more valuable dead than alive – if the wrath of the IC and Vatican can be brought upon the GOSL (as that would be ten-fold more effective than any propaganda effort on his part)!

    OaO Asithri

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  105. In haste...excuse the minor grammar error in earlier...

    OaO Asithri

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  107. DN is so frustrated by SLAs inability to make headway that he has resorted to only posting stories to parrot Defence.lk trashy claims.

    He has also resorted to deleting any and all comments directed against or reveals incompetence of Rajapakse regime. He however lets Asithri spew hate speech against Tamils with some perverted logic that it has something to do with defense matters.

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  108. who siad this is the "action" which will be followed by a "reaction"?

    this is the "reaction" for what the LTTE did.

    if they attack again we will retaliate in similar kind.

    always remember the war has killed 2% tamils and 0.25% others. so if you are concerned about tamils, tell the LTTE to stop the war.

    when things hot up in the norths with the arrival of,

    1. 150,000 shells from paki.
    2. 10,000 missiles from slovakia
    3. 5 MiG-29s from russia
    etc.
    etc.

    there is little sense in attacking colombo. in fact it will speed up the ANNIHILATION of the LTTE in the the north.

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  109. Upul

    [He however lets Asithri spew hate speech against Tamils]

    Really?

    Racist, stupid arsehole, I challenge you to cite one instance where I have “spewed hate against Tamils” because that is something I will NEVER EVER be guilty of (never mind any other reason, but to me morally it is wrong and that alone is reason enough; I value my priciples more than my emotions).

    Now, spewing hate against LTTE is something I excel in and I see in your warped, moronic mind it is the same! Small surprise! LMSSAO!!!

    Listen imbecile…

    Have I not clarified here enough that “Not all Tamils = LTTE” ….???

    Have I not even presented proof here like:

    http://www.asiantribune.com/index.php?q=node/2360

    to show that I am glad that “Not all Tamils = LTTE”…???

    So racist imbecile, I suggest you stop trying to lick your own arsehole as you are going to have as much success there as trying to establish that OaO Asithri spews hate against Tamils!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  110. Thiru

    [every action will have a reaction]

    Wow! Now ain’t that the statement of the century? LMSSAO!!!

    Actually, in our case, the “reactions” are multiple, overt, covert (one never hears about them I am told! love it!) swift or delayed, but ALWAYS relentless!

    Aha, now that says it all doesn’t it? LMSSAO!!!

    Stupid bloody speck of excreta…so you think threatening to bomb a bus, a train in Colombo is something we need to go into a fit about as it is something new? Hardly! You mf’s are constantly looking for the opportunity to do that and no, you don’t do it as a “reaction” because it is an integral part of your heinous terrorist-war! We know that from having learnt enough lessons over all these 25 years!

    Bring it on maggot and see what happens…I was once told by an “authority in SLDF” that when LTTE maggots are caught in the blitz “dawn raids” of Colombo, they act very strange…indeed, they are so strange that they are almost like docile, domesticated pets as opposed to hardcore terrorists (must be something about the dread of “fatal-misfortune” in the lack of/poor light?) and they start to “sing the blues” even before the real “interrogation” starts!

    LMSSAO!!!

    So, bring it on maggot…we love to hear Blues music now and then!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  111. qrious,

    haha good observation about the lunar cycles...

    indeed we all preach but still let ourselves be angered by this guy for some provoking comment ...and he gets exactly what he wants.. some response to his ramblings.

    blessings of the triple gem to our patriotic children.

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  112. //....I have seen some of the ltte bootlickers saying "Anuradhapuram" to anuradhapura but according to peelam dreamland maps on nitharsanam.. the borders of the wonderland ends around vavunia.

    Why is this difference?//

    Question was for a tiger. But let me explain. Anuradapura firstly was Anuradapuram. Later sinhalese change it to Anuradapura. Same for New york. Earlier it was New York Puram. Americans changed it to New York. English changed Londom to London. French changed Parisam to Paris. List is endless.

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  114. //i guess you ppl will never learn without more bloodshed, the singhalese ppl will only realize through blood spilled in colombo,..//

    This is exactly what big tiger thinks and do for 30 years. He is still trying to 'teach' sinhalese. His tiger makkas still waiting VP teaches and sinhalese learn. What is this called? (if not terrorism)

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  115. thiru,

    your filthy comments have nothing in them other than a collection of filthy words.

    in contrast look at what asithri writes. his comments have some crux amidst apt vocabulary.

    you cannot copy him.

    using filth when faced with REAL challenges that you cannot answer is a sign of desperation. same thing is happening to the LTTE now.

    when the shells, missiles and jets arrive, LTTE arssholes will be literally screweed. there is a saying in sinhala, when you boil crabs in a pot; they dance, they dance only until the water reaches the boiling point!!!!

    he he

    the same applies to the LTTE and LTTE supporters. the boiling point is fast approaching.

    sensing this some LTTE supporters like peter, crimewatch, upul have already gone loco. many will go crazy in the weeks ahead.

    we have rounded you up. we will increase the heat when we enjoy it most. you peelam struggle is nothing but over. stop bullshitting and surrender BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

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  116. Dear LTTE fighters, surrender before it is too late.

    this time india, norway or britain is not coming to your rescue.

    we know you are fast running out of numbers and recruiting grandmothers. but we are not scared of them. have some respect for the elderly and don't send them to death.

    you've been fighting for 30+ years. where is tamil elam?

    may be in a toilet in markham in toronto!!

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  119. Surrender to get a decent burial !!! (only from ltte lol)

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  121. thiru anna, without posting filth here please answer my questions (If u have a backbone) logically..
    or else please leave here and go to a place where your views are respected.
    THIS IS NOT A PEELAM BLOG...

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  122. "DN is so frustrated by SLAs inability to make headway that he has resorted to only posting stories to parrot Defence.lk trashy claims.

    He has also resorted to deleting any and all comments directed against or reveals incompetence of Rajapakse regime. He however lets Asithri spew hate speech against Tamils with some perverted logic that it has something to do with defense matters."

    Absolutely. We are censoring arses. Kindly stay away from posting here as it will not help the high standards you maintain in your comments.

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  123. With Asithri's filth day in and out, there is no standard left here. He has done more damage to this blog than 'Tiger' supporters could ever dream of.

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  124. Guys can't we all kiss and make out...ah I mean kiss and make up? get it? its a joke people! come on guys why the long faces?

    Can the "Freedom Fighters" supporters and the "Lion Brave Hearts" supporters just relax!

    Stop talking about other people's moms and moms' private parts! good god people! What would Buddha do in your place?

    ---

    Guys lets all join hands to wipe all the terrorist in this terrorist society! We are all terrorists!

    Too bad so sad! Live with it!
    And the only way to "Live with it" is to create two nations in Sri Lanka! Tamil speaking and a Sinhalese speaking! Okay?

    Good Grief people!

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  125. "And the only way to "Live with it" is to create two nations in Sri Lanka! Tamil speaking and a Sinhalese speaking! Okay? "

    Ha ha ha .... very funny....!

    Still dreaming ...?

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  126. Another night time attack...

    ...way to go SLAF. Give no rest to the wicked.

    Terrorist Mortar Location & Command Post Bombed

    Pukka!

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  127. Why some tigers can't write when they are not drunk?

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  128. Now here's some defence news..

    New Joint Operation Commander appointed for Sri Lanka's Central Province

    http://www.colombopage.com/archive_08/April2133308JR.html

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  130. Okay Guys! Listen up!

    Can you please translate what this beautiful girl is saying please! She is just beautiful! Man I need a women like her!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR91SOZk80o&feature=related

    Thanks guys!

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  131. Ignore Sherlock Hamlock....

    Here's some hot news...

    Tiger terrorists LIMA Base 3 fallen to troops (the subject is a little embarassing though..)

    http://www.army.lk/morenews.php?id=12544

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  132. OaOA,

    I am sure I am not the only one in the blog who search for your posts to add a bit of spice to our already keyed up minds. Keep up the good work, bruv.

    Thanks for the comments about the HardTalk interview. I respect and take on board your knowledge of journalistic etiquette and the “do’s” and “don’ts” of this type of scenario. Considering your views then, Cubby did an exceptional job. Did you notice that the final handshake offered by the BBC geek looked genuinely respectful and full of gratitude, as if to say “thanks mate, for not ripping me to bits like you did Zeinab (Badawi); we had to erase that whole tape on humanitarian grounds because Zeinab was traumatised even by the slightest memory of that episode!”

    Moving on…..another pukka night time attack, I say.

    I am not a promoter of war except when:

    1) it is against terrorism

    2) it is in response to a violent struggle started unnecessarily by the terrorist opposition for the wrong reasons (eg. Like WWII)

    3) all avenues of reasonable negotiations have been exhausted without results (because one cannot negotiate with terrorists)

    4) any attempts of non-violence have been treated with contempt by the opposition (eg. the CFA) and abused it for their advantage for terrorism and violence

    5) it is waged to save PukkaLand and its peoples (all races) from terrorism and its terrible consequences

    Under above circumstances I would consider the alternative position of supporting the war to protect the people and the sovereignty of our PukkaLand.

    OU&N

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  134. Pakka-Lanka,

    Permit me to go back to our discussion on languages. I should have written "All Sri Lankans must master English, down to the toilet cleaners. It is no more the language reserved only for the elite brown sahibs."

    More languages you know, more feathers have you on your cap.

    Do you know the ratio of just the technical documents in Singhala to those in English ?

    Please do popularise English as a working technical language in SL. It will make a great good to our fellow Lankans... You are already doing a great job by venturing to discuss the subject with me.

    There is a critical population mass, of about 50 million, which permits a Nation to function efficiently with a single national language … However as the human knowledge grows exponentially and the international communication facilities improve, this number also grows. So English is a must for SL people…. Earth is fast becoming a Knowledge based global village.

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  135. Army.lk 21/4

    MI 24 fighter helicopters of Sri Lanka Air Force, in support of forging ground troops last night (20) at about 10.30 p.m. conducted a successful aerial attack on another LTTE mortar location and one of their forward command posts, in the east of ADAMPAN.

    The air force has started helicopter strikes at night too. This is great because....

    Reports confirmed twelve Tiger terrorists at the location were killed in the attack and a similar number was injured as a result.

    If the same attack was made during the day they would have been lucky to cause half the number of casualties.

    Another three boats destoryed by the air force, 2 on the beach and 1 sunk.

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  136. DefenceNet,
    I read about the SLA capturing bases.Is it a really good idea to let them flee without confronting them.

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  137. Sri Lankan,

    Kohomada bro?

    I think our mutual friend’s handle is Mathamathica, as in “views & opinions”, not Mathematica (as in some sort of wizard with numbers :). Am I right Matha?

    Matha saho,

    You are preaching to the converted when you say ”Please do popularise English as a working technical language in SL.”. I agree with you totally and I think people (at least those who live in urban areas) do realise the importance of learning English. Look at the amount of “International” schools mushrooming everywhere, for example. They all have English as their medium of instruction, as far as I know.

    In fact I believe English should have remained our first language post independence and Sinhala & Tamil second languages. I blame Solomon Dias B for changing it for short-term political gain. That is another debate in itself which I don’t intend to get in to right now. Suffice to say that it may have contributed to creating new problems which we are struggling with even now.

    I still feel uneasy when you say “down to the toilet cleaners” bro. It sounds as if the toilet cleaners are somehow a lower form. If a toilet cleaner is doing their job with dedication & honesty I don’t see any difference between a toilet cleaner and a company director who is dedicated to his job. Conversely, if a company director is crooked in his dealings, I would side with the honest (non-English speaking) toilet cleaner any day.

    Good to debate with you bruv; I hope you see my point that we don’t necessarily have to wait till we master a language before we communicate ideas successfully using that language (or another).

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  138. paaka lanka

    I agree with you bro about the international schools. I went to one, it did teach english but, half of the teachers cant even speack properly, The history teachers didn't know history, and geoghraphy teachers didn't know that guinea Bissau was a country.

    I only learnt english from my father and grandad, and reading. Our education should be reformed radiclly. we still uphold the education system used a hundred years ago in britain, either we make our own version of british education, or copy it.

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  139. @Senkadagala Sinhaya

    That's true in almost every country even "developed countries". High school teachers are not the most "intellectual" or "knowlegdeable" because teaching is not a very well paid job comparing to specialised proffensions e.g Do medicine or teach science at a school. Most will try and go for the top (largest pay and presitge) first. With the others taking what ever comes.

    Primary teachers are worse. I reckon all the bloggers here could become primary school teachers (maybe not the eelamists).

    I reackon that removing English as a second language was a grave mistake. It did nothing but stopped the number of people who knew english. These people taught their kids and then a greater division emerged between "elites" (Tamil and Sinhala)and other groups.

    This also limited the chance of foreign jobs for those whose parents how didn't speak english. Could have this been a factor in the JVP uprising?

    Ok sorry for writing a mini essay that has nothing to do with the topic.

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  140. Looks like MIB is getting in to action..

    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080420_10

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  141. Senka hello,

    Thavath udarata porakda?….bohoma hondai.

    I am not surprised at the level of English of the so called international schools. Yes I think the education system needs a kick up the back side. But I am eager to see the butts of the LTTE getting kicked first. Then we can concentrate on next priorities.

    :)

    OU&N!

    Firerain,

    Machan, I don’t think English was removed as a second language. What happened was that it lost its top perch when Banda brought in the svabhasha policy (the git). As you say, he sent his children to Oxford and France while the rest of the children of Pukkalankans had to go svabhasha! If svabhasha was the best policy for the country, either Banda was:

    1) a bad father for preventing his own children being exposed to the best system

    or

    2) he was a crooked twit who used the policy for political gain.

    You all decide...

    1) or 2) I am not impressed.

    Take it eeeeazzzy...

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  142. fire rain

    I agree that cancelling out english from our curriculum was completely wrong. bandaaiya called himself a proud sinhalese and did it, but it was all a farce, when he went to england he wore a bowler hat and wore a English suit.
    he learnt at oxford, but he denied his fellow sri lankans that kind of chance.

    while his children learnt english, went to europe for education, (and came back to ruin the country), the poor farmers son had no chance of going up the ladder as he only knows singhalese or tamil, he wont have the chance to read or learn about the world around him, he will be blind and frustrated.

    You are right this was a cause of JVP insurrection, no matter what people say, a lot of youth faced injustice. THis is still happening,

    I dont think the new English schools initiative is gonna work, cos I bet there will be no way enough teachers who can even speak proper English let alone teach.

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  143. Yet another article in army.lk written using pre-school english:

    "Famous LTTE’s “Lima Base – 3” Falls on Troops"

    Oh god, when will they learn....
    Somebody should ask army.lk why the troops were standing under the damned base.

    BTW, this latest report about night time raids using MI-24's are very encouraging. The SLAF will be able to make sure that the bastards at the lines and close by camps are not allowed to relax even during the night. Obviously they had been relaxing this time, judging by the no. of casualties. Meanwhile the fighter squadrons will be keeping an eye out for more valuable and better defended targets.

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  144. Chamal,

    "Somebody should ask army.lk why the troops were standing under the damned base."

    Ahhh...ha...ha...

    It must my fellow Kandyan Sahib Uduravana who is proof reading the army.lk articles.

    ...precious...:)

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  145. Senka,

    Sorry forgot to ask you...what did your geography teacher think Guinea Bissau was? A domestic pet? A monarch on fire? I am intrigued.

    I had an English teacher who didn't know the correct pronunciation of “Sesame”. She was reading the story of Alibaba and the 40 thieves to us and got stuck, bless her, when it came to the bit where Alibaba had to say “Open sesame” to the door of the treasure trove.

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  146. the tamilnut seems like a web site of an INGO campaining for human rights. No threats to Government. This NEsoHR has the symbol of Eelam. Then this priest was a real human right activist.
    I doubt.

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  147. Wonder when the LTTE elite charles anthony brigade and the M1A2 tank divisions (with close air support from their F-18 & AH-64 squadrons) are going to retake 'Lima Base - 3'..... Should happen pretty soon, now that they are well equipped with bata slippers after the attack on a 'bata slipper factory in cleared area' yesterday. Anyone has any news about this?

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  148. Jay Raman said

    Guys lets all join hands to wipe all the terrorist in this terrorist society! We are all terrorists!

    Too bad so sad! Live with it!
    And the only way to "Live with it" is to create two nations in Sri Lanka! Tamil speaking and a Sinhalese speaking! Okay?

    Jay Raman,

    I am not sure what you mean by "we." The only terrorists in Sri Lanka are the LTTE. If you are a member of the LTTE, then certainly that makes you a terrorist.

    Democratic governments, like the GOSL, do not use terror as a policy. Terrorists routinely use terror as an instrument to achieve their ends. Democratic government do not put bombs in buses to kill scores of innocent civilians.

    On behalf of the Sinhalese, Tamil and Burgher members of my family, we cannot allow any kind of race based seperate state in Sri Lanka.

    If you want your eelam, why not create in Toronto, Canada. Then like Quebec, one day may be, you can secede from Canada.

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  149. Pakka-lanka & Srilankan,
    I wrote Kevin the other day : « I am not an AnthanoMathica but a MathaMathica. Does that enlighten you as to the origin of the word Mathematics. »

    Pakka-lanka,
    Somebody said “Aim the Moon and you will finish at least on a tree top, if you aim tree top you might end up on a Thuthirigaha”. That is the spirit in which I used the word Mastering.

    As to the distinction between professions, I am inclined to give the place of honour to ones which are difficult to master. But on absolute terms all humans deserves the same respect. On thinking further, you can class animals, plants and even the inanimate as deserving respect … The dry rock the earth was 5 billion years ago, is today bristling with life .. if you could make a film covering this duration and did an accelerated run, you would see how the Earth blossoms into life…

    A nation is made with blood and toil. People voted SLFP in 1956 because they had enough of living in their own country as third class citizens … The colonials were very parsimonious when making any skills to the Singhalas … In spite of that, some Singhalas mastered the language of the master and tried to impart it to the masses by creating schools like Ananada, Nalanda, Dharmapala etc … only converts entered the schools funded by the master race …Now all that is over. We all Lankans agree, now, down to the toilet cleaners, that it helps to learn English.

    However, I am for the Swabahasha: Singhala/Pali in the temple and English in the Stock Exchange! But it does not bother me if you used English at both the places as long as you respect my choice.

    Also, I never encourage cheap Uduravana jokes … that was how the Brown sahibs treated people who did not go through the “sophisticated” English mill to become someone like …. CBK. The root of the JVP revolt….

    Moreover, Unduravan was the Diyavadane Nilemee, more respected by the Buddhist than the King himself.


    Chamal,

    Base – 3 ” Falls on Troops"

    I have a faint suspicion that the fellow was intentionally making a mockery of the defence.lk website.

    It is the whole SL defence establishment which looks dumb when such incompetent imbeciles are having fun in their Kakkussi English.

    Why there is no accountability even in such highly sensitive GOSL organisations?

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  150. Matha,

    Thanks for the post.

    Cool bro! No problem.

    PLoL

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  151. If Bangladesh can do it, then there is no reason why Sri Lanka can't produce small arms and small arms ammunition.

    Bangladesh gets China-aided weapon plant

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  152. just thought of about MI 24 regular firing against ltte. Does anyone know whether airforce use MI 24 for such purpose earlier? at least regularly as now? was it just after Anuradhapura attack? if so, ltte will think twice before making such attacks again. :-)
    cause, more you attack, more airforce will use them!

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  153. [Caritas Australia is calling on the international community, including the Australian Government, to assist the Sri Lankan Government in challenging the culture of impunity operating throughout Sri Lanka, after the death of Father MX Karunaratnam in a roadside bombing on Sunday. AP is reporting 'a roadside bomb set off by government soldiers in rebel-held territory in Sri Lanka has killed a Roman Catholic priest who was also a human rights activist]

    OK...OK.... Sri Lankan government is supposed to take 'advice' from sundry experts like you... That's how (you think) Sri Lankans came this far...

    We'll try to be PERFECT in every way... because we are the only nation on earth that's not PERFECT...

    In the meantime....here's a friendly request... whisper into the ears of that Rayappu traitor.... to start brushing his teeth... and be ready to visit Elaam...

    Because... he must reap... what he sowed...

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  154. gringo,
    Are we not supposed to take advice from the refuse collectors associations in GOD IC U.K and CANADA as well?

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  156. "I read about the SLA capturing bases.Is it a really good idea to let them flee without confronting them"

    Sometimes there is no other choice. LTTE are on the lookout to do this. Retreat, regroup and attack has been their strategy for a very long time. The army is trying their best to harm the LTTE while they move forward. But sometimes there is no way to stop them from falling back, avoiding confrontation.

    "Does anyone know whether airforce use MI 24 for such purpose earlier?

    They did, where possible and when necessary.

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  157. DefenceNet,
    Many thanks for your comment.
    I am really getting pissed off with this continuous LTTE "Tactical Retreat".Why in god's name dont they tactically advance by using their green buffalo crack commando division and give the airforce some shooting practise.

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  158. Defence.lk said..

    "The defence.lk informs its viewers that the said news item was published in good faith based on information provided by usually reliable sources. Accordingly, in the light of the denial of any such activity by the UN agency personnel, we regret any misconceptions about the UNOCHA and/or any inconvenience caused to its officials by the news item."

    This type of acknowledgement is prudent. Well done defence.lk!

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  159. Srilankan:

    [Are we not supposed to take advice from the refuse collectors associations in GOD IC U.K and CANADA as well?
    ]

    Some ex-coolies who found economic refuge in the West, calling themselves Tamil Diaspora funding LTTE terrorism in Sri Lanka seem to think that Sri Lankans cannot do better... without their unsolicited advice!

    What a blunder!

    Sri Lankans from all ethnic background always roost together to achieve more... shedding their petty divisions... wherever they go... whatever they do... in politics... on the sport field... in corporate boardrooms... and last but not least... on the battlefield...

    In my view...Tamil Terrorist Diaspora (TTD)will have a more realistic chance of getting a separate ENCLAVE for themselves somewhere off Canada... Norway... India etc... than in multi-ethnic Sri Lanka... the sweet home of the great Sri Lankans....

    Join me to have a good laugh at these TTD, Sri Lanka experts carrying viking passsports and jurnalists in pockets of terrorists....who think that Sri Lankans are a bunch of idiots... hungry to learn from them....

    Hoooo... hoooo....hoooo

    NOPE... WE GO OUR OWN JOURNEY... ON OUR TERMS... AT OUR SPEED... IN OUR VEHICLE... WE CHOOSING THE ROADMAP...

    Friendly advice to anyone who doesn't like our driving....
    STAY OFF THE SIDEWALK!

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  160. SriLankan,

    I too share your sentiment regarding these LTTE retreats. Logically thinking about it though, they need ground/space to retreat to. Slowly but surely that space is becoming scarce as the SLDF are pushing from all sides.

    The increasing exodus of civilians says two things to me. One, the LTTE is weakening and two, the civilians are increasingly desperate to escape perhaps because that "space" is becoming limited and the civilians are being squeezed out despite LTTE attempts to use them as shields.

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  161. gringo,
    Many thanks for your comments.
    I know exactly what you mean bro.
    Pakka-lanka,
    We need to be very careful with this "civilian exodus".I get this feeling that some of these fellows are terras..(not all mind you) who want to infiltrate the country to conduct this LTTE war in true terrorist mode.

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