Thursday, August 14, 2008

Two LTTE controlled villages in Kilinochchi district falls to the army

The Sri Lanka Army took control of two more LTTE controlled villages in Kilinochchci district yesterday. 58 division soldiers spearheaded by Commando units, took control of Mulankavil located 8km north of recently captured Vellankulam. And LTTE graveyard and a radio communications station in the area were also take under army control. The latest advancement by the 58 division puts further pressure on LTTE sea tiger base in Nachchikuda.

The LTTE continued to offer fierce resistance to the 57 division units marching towards Tunukkai, one of the largest towns under LTTE control. Despite resistance, troops were able to capture the village of Kalvilan located 3kms southwest of Tunukkai. Despite LTTE resistance and heavy artillery fire, operations towards Tunukkai are still continuing.

Meanwhile the official LTTE propaganda machine, Tamilnet.com posted an interesting article on the 12th August. After accusing the SLA 'Deep penetration Unit' for every single claymore explosion in the north during the last few months, Tamilnet now claims that a 'tiger penetration attack' killed 21 SLA soldiers on the Kilali frontline. The article however is cleverly worded. According to Tamilnet, "The SLA sources attributed the ambush to 'Deep Penetration Units' of the Liberation Tigers of Tamileealm (LTTE)" while never quoting any official statement from the LTTE; "The LTTE is yet to issue details on the latest episode in the Northern Front". Regardless of Tamilnet's word games, we can confirm that such a 'penetration attack' never occurred as the article claims.

178 comments:

  1. http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080814_04

    check out the defence.lk article on this. photos show a huge no. of fresh ltte graves, possibly over 800.

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  3. Thanks Defencenet.

    Ha ha! Tigers have Deep Penetration Units too, according to Tamilnet.

    I have a feeling that only DPU's they have right now are their own penes.

    Whether they are up to the job in the current circumstances, in the area of their expertise is another matter.

    Impotence can affect any age group and the causes vary. Worrying-to-the-core is one of many.

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  4. Thanks DN for the good news; very good news indeed.

    My heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to our Defence Forces.

    OU&N!

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  5. Qrious-
    I think LTTE DPU should get corrected as LTTE DHU (Deep Hiding Unit).

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  6. Dear Wijepala,

    Where are you? Please answer my questions Wije (Why do you always - I mean always - think in terms of race?). I have given many examples in the previous post.

    I have another question for you. Why do you use 2 different profiles? Seriously man, why?

    http://www.blogger.com/profile/00346419630040677390

    http://www.blogger.com/profile/08423840344665332596

    You are a big pretender, aren't you Wije? A conman.

    We will see many jokers like you here as ZTTE gets more defeats.

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  7. crimewatch,

    PLEASE continue to post here. i know you are sarcastic but that is ok. we need dissident voices.

    bring your scenarios and we can analyse them and see with what we know.

    you are entitled to your political views and we have no problem with that. it is UNP, JVP, SLFP, etc., etc. taxpayers' money that is fighting the war. so you have a RIGHT to know what the fcuk is going on and to pose WHATIF questions.

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  8. priyashantha

    so we have a triplicate Wijepala, the first one was a duplicate anyway.

    kuttu's, shyam's, thiru's, wijepala's - penny a dozen...

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  9. Wijeypala or is it Wijeypalam, Wijeypalan, Wijeypalanthan, Wijeypalanan?

    Guys, have a look at the article on the BBC today:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7560052.stm

    Looks like the BBC and UN are trying to engineer a human catastrophe. They say there are 75,000 displaced, but there are only 200,000 people in the Wanni (someone mentioned that figure here), does that mean that 3/8th of the population is displaced. Notice the grammatical error in one of key paragraphs of the article. Looks like an LTTE agent had an influence.

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  10. Rebel spokesman Rasiah Ilanthirayan was not available for comment. is an all too familiar sentence found at the end of many important news articles with regard to military advances in the North.

    Compilation of comments from this LTTE stooge would certainly break the record for the shortest (and most boring) book in the world!

    Is he dead or is he alive? Is he real or is he a phantom? Is he earning his keep for the LTTE? Does anyone know what he is doing, more importantly, what he is saying?

    There has been a lot of activities in the last four weeks worthy of some comment from the LTTE, surely?

    Please, if you have come across anything this clown has uttered in the last four weeks, I would be very interested in reading it.

    Thanks in advance.

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  11. I believe his comments (and from his stooges) are on Puthinam.

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  12. Tissainayagam indicted, http://www.dailymirror.wijeya.lk/DM_BLOG/Sections/frmNewsDetailView.aspx?ARTID=23326

    May he rot in a jail...

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  13. Tharanga,

    Thanks. Unfortunately (and I mean it, particularly at times like these) I don't speak Tamil.

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  14. MD

    you are the only one i respect in this blog.

    ur not like me ne.

    cos others are vanished...mataraaiya is balled out.. good once are escaped..

    ok got to go

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  16. @pakka-lanka - Neither do I, but my non LTTE Tamil friends tell me that his ever so boring and short comments still appear on Puthinam. Also, they speculate there is a rift between LTTE and Tamilnut and they want Tamilnut to be overtly LTTE while Tamilnut is being covertly LTTE (doing a bad job at it if you ask me), therefore the reason that funerals of LTTE leaders (that woman leader killed in Mullaitivu) and Theepan's interview appear on Puthinam and not Tamilnut. Puthinam, is very overtly LTTE. They don't try to hide behind smokescreens like Tamilnut does, at least in that respect they are credible whereas Tamilnut is miserably failing at attempts to appear as a respectable news site.

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  17. Pakka-Lanka-

    ”Rebel spokesman Rasiah Ilanthirayan was not available for comment.”

    Mekata tawama padi gewanawada bola?
    Koi wellawakawath gedara nahaa...

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  18. LTTE DPU has been formed to counter the SLA's DPU. Apparently the LTTE DPU wants to deep penetrate Duwaraka before the SLA DPU does. But our boys know better ;-)

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  19. http://www.tamilnet.com/art.html?catid=13&artid=26644

    I fail to see how you can determine the sex of a skeleton.

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  20. This blog is no fun. No more Kuttu, Shyam and Thiru to write back classic comebacks.

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  21. Tharanga said...
    I fail to see how you can determine the sex of a skeleton.

    There are sevaral ways to determine the sex of a skeleton. If the hip bones remain its much easier and simple

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  22. @Rayan: I was being sarcastic.

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  23. TamilNut become a joke. According to tamilnut there is no war in the country. The biggest news are "Attacts on 'One Shot', Food poisonning, found of old skeleton, Fire on a camp"

    now we alike a Europian country with out any interesting news

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  24. Every LTTE cemetery has a hidden arms dump. SLDF should use metal detectors to uncover them.

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  25. Shan & Tharanga,

    "so we have a triplicate Wijepala, the first one was a duplicate anyway."

    I didn't know that. I'm not a regular contributor but I enjoy your contributions always.

    Keep up the good work guys.

    Salutation to our brave soldiers at the front!

    We are the champions; my friends
    And we'll keep on fighting; till the end
    We are the champions
    We are the champions
    No time for losers
    'Cause we are the champions of the world!!

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  26. R*fard&C*ble-

    Interesting.... where did you get the info from please?

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  27. perein

    It was known to MI that the LTTE hid arms in their cemetaries in the expectation that the SLA will not dig 'em up.
    The first discovery may have been an accidental one, when the SLA buldozed some of these tombstones while clearing mines.

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  28. "Every LTTE cemetery has a hidden arms dump. SLDF should use metal detectors to uncover them."

    If this is true, it makes sense. SLA is not likely to go digging graves to find weapons.

    BTW, the situation on this blog is really bad. Even bad than LTTE's situation...

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  29. TropicalStorm/R*fard&C*ble-
    Thank you guys.

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  30. This is where all the cadres are:

    http://www.dailymirror.lk/DM_BLOG/Sections/frmNewsDetailView.aspx?ARTID=23264

    On a serious note, I think there is some truth in the ammo hiding in graves. Otherwise why would the Defence.lk publish so many photos of graves. I could have sworn I saw one of our soldiers with a metal detector near a grave in one of the news clips.

    Chamal, this blog is fine, both DN and DW have updated. All the guys are here, don't worry. Its just that we are missing Kuttu/Thiru/Shyam/Wijeypalan, un tika polla thiyala wage, heemeta maru wela wage, untuth noandi wena limit ekak thiyanawa wage.

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  31. Wonder what we should do with these LTTE war cemeteres ? Just buldoz it or keep it ?

    any ideas guys ?

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  32. It is bad to disrespect the dead, whether LTTE or not. Many of those buried are innocent village boys fooled and brainwashed to fight for the fat pig. They had mothers, fathers and loved ones too. A lot of those dead had no choice but to die for the fat pig, they are sons of the motherland too. Besides, it is morally reprehensible to punish the dead. I would support taking down the propoganda statues and paraphenelia though.

    But if there are hidden ammo in those graves, dig em up I say, dig em up!

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  33. Tharanga...

    Agree with u mate. But what if it become a heroic icon for future generations ?.

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  34. Tharanga,

    I guess I did exaggerate but when comparing with say, several months back, it has changed a lot. A lot of valuable contributors have stopped contributing and more others don't contribute less often. Probably because of the crap that was posted here by our 'other' friends...... Anyway this blog or DW is not going to crash very soon

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  35. Yes they are also children of our contry. But in that cemetery they are represented as fallen LTTE solders. Not as misguided civilians

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  36. @Rayan: That's what I meant. Take down the propoganda BS and put up a memorial saying: "These are the remains of misguided youth who died in vain for an unjust cause, may this memorial serve as a reminder to future generations to not repeat these foolish acts. May their souls rest in peace"

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  37. @Chamal: Yes I agree, for months I was an observer but only started commenting recently when I saw activity was reducing. I want to keep this blog alive. To be fair, I think the news from the battlefield is drying up as they don't want to leak valuable MI and I think the contributors have also stopped updating to not compromise national security. We are entering a crucial phase and it is very important that we protect our valuable MI and not compromise the ongoing operations.

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  38. Apart from the disrespect, digging up graves is exactly what the LTTE would want us to do. We don't need to give them that. If there are any weapons hidden there, we can find where they are without digging up the whole area. It might take more effort but that's the right thing to do. SLA is not a terrorist organization, it is the army of a government which represents the people. Which means they fight on behalf of the people. When they violate the rules of war or do anything 'unacceptable', the whole country gets the blame.

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  39. The "Nazi Salute" of the Peellam diaspora.

    Please scroll down to the last picture on the bottom of page.

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  40. This is what p*ssess me off. How can a TNA MP be able to freely attend an LTTE event and not be prosecuted for high treason and offering material support to a banned terror organisation? Doesn't anyone have the guts in Sri Lanka to launch legal proceedings againts these guys? Why are we being so niwata (spineless) about this?

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  42. Tharanga,

    Let us not worry too much about it yet but I totally agree with your suggestion regarding what to do with LTTE graves. ..rrr..Respect..!

    Also, thanks for the intersting snippet about Tamilnut vs. Puthinam cyber battle.

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  43. India is wrong to say that the Tamils are not in favor with the Sri Lankan government, with respect to this war etc.I think it is putting its nose into the affairs of another country unfairly. Tigers are a terrorist group and needless to say what their past record is. It is the duty of every Tamil to support the efforts of the government to irradiate the menace of terrorism in the land.VP and it’s band of rebels has long past the opportunities given for them to come to a settlement within a united island, besides the tigers are not fit enough to be accepted to the world of politics as they simply doesn’t fit in to a such a role as they haven’t got any form of a political factor. They simply can’t win militarily against the arm forces of a democratic country. With an income of nearly 300 million Dollars they may be able to prolong this conflict but at the end it will they who will vanish out of site as time is on the side of the democratically run island as it is a matter of time that the powerful IC realizes that their home land is in Tamilnadu if they truly wants to live a segregated life.
    Here in Sri Lanka Police and security forces deployed in towns in the south should be more sensitive to the daily needs of the civilians and businesses as the sufferings are immense and the authorities must consult and plan better ways to conduct their affairs to maintain security. When there is a global recession now they in the government must take sensible efforts to minimize the pain to the public and business which is the life blood of the nation and needless for me to say anymore what I am seeing and hearing at the street level.

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  44. Tharanga Aiya,

    "This blog is no fun. No more Kuttu, Shyam and Thiru to write back classic comebacks"

    Hi hu hu, hi hu hu

    What to do Aiya, Ape VP ge RED BIRD apiwa kewa hi ho ho

    Thiru are you sleeping brother

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  45. Aiyo kuttu,

    Why are you disturbing me, let me sleep will you. Kuttu anything happened to our Kili, if they come to kili let me know, then I also can go to VP’s rat hole. Shyam has already gone there.

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  46. Thiru,

    Don’t come to my rat hole, this is a warning brother, now it is almost full and VP won’t like it. If you don’t believe ask Wijepala.

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  47. Guys did you see the picture before the last one here?

    http://www.puthinam.com/full.php?2bUQtve0dMh4t0ecBH9e3a4H8Hi4d3eZh3cc2HrJ3d427TW3b020Mn3e

    What the hell is that???

    Could it be..??

    Mathivathini and Duwaraka?

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  48. Mathivathini and Duwarka eagerly waiting for a DP(U).

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  49. ahhh nuthing like a bunch of over zelous singhalese boyz before getting their asses raped, i remember a time when i was walking down near galle and i saw a little singhalese boy, about 8 or 9 years old getting sold to a german tourist and the look on his face was parrallel to the enlightenment of Budha, little did the boy realize that his ass was gonna get torn apart by those germans that night, sooo pakka lanka and fakes remember this story when the time comes for ur "bravehearts" to get their asses raped. Remember this, they are in too far to run back.

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  50. The final weapon in LTTE is unleashed by the LTTE payrolled terrorists of BBC Sinhala and Tamil Service in the UK,

    Read these two articles; carefully orchestrated to serve the LTTE agenda,

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7560052.stm

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7558467.stm

    What I heard was once Ethirajan Anbarasan of BBC came to Sri Lanka and underwent weapons training in Killinochchi.

    It is time for Sri Lankans in the UK to protest against for BBC Sinhala and Tamil Service carrying out LTTE agenda.

    When SLDF launched the humanitarian mission of liberating the East, these LTTE goons in BBC shouted in the same manner making mountains out of mole-hills.

    Now they are doing the same again.

    Over to you friends in the UK.

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  51. Where are you guys?

    Lankapura
    Attack is the Best Defence
    Saduni
    Ares
    Rajarata
    mottapala
    Eranga
    kiri
    BA12
    Illegal.existence
    Abhaya
    Patriot
    ArunaT
    Hasalaka
    b2spirit
    lankaputhra
    Dona Kathirina
    RC59Group

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  52. Perein,
    "LTTE DPU should get corrected as LTTE DHU (Deep Hiding Unit)."

    I like that...

    Anyway, those you want to free sms srilanka use this.
    Srilanka SMS

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  53. Hi Fellas, Defnet can ya ID the AFV on that Army video 8/14 Defence dept site ? 5 Units of SLA armour are seen advancing across a field one Chinese made APC,2 or 3 T 55's and one looks like a BMP 1 or 3 ? Anyone ? It's an awesome site baby ! Now dont let the Fatass VP escape !

    SLA...Pound them boys ! Pound them !

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  54. Questions for Defencenet or anyone one else:

    How many battalions does DI: 57,58,59,61,62, 53 and 55 have respectively?

    and how many of our boys are in a single battalion?

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  55. Hi noltte=peace

    I am here…just monitoring the situation and very happy what’s going on.. to be honest with you what army gained so far is remarkable and wishing for the best .Tamilnut is just like an obituary section of a paper.
    Even so we must need to keep tied control over south not to happen anything bad during next few months…as I always believe that some of LTTE maggots will be in our land forever…and big fish must be killed...we wasted 30 years for this...

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  56. NOLTTE=Peace – “It is time for Sri Lankans in the UK to protest against for BBC Sinhala and Tamil Service carrying out LTTE agenda”

    We regularly write to BBC Sinhala and point out to them errors in their reporting, and also complain about the stories which they conveniently ignore. They always hide behind this crazy logic: if the LTTE and pro Sri Lankans both complain, then there lies the proof that BBC Sinhala are

    unbiased!


    BTW, my contact at BBC tells me that Priyath Liyanage - Head of Sinhala Service is on leave at the moment, possibly in SRI LANKA. Maybe this is why there’s a sudden increase of negative stories from SL.

    Given that schools are now closed for holidays, you should have lots of White Vans idling, any chance of arranging a day trip to Muthurajawela for him?

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  57. Amnesty report IDPs

    http://www.amnesty.org.uk/news_details.asp?NewsID=17862

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  58. I have contacted Priyath Liyanage many times to report about his bias news articles he is a pain in the **s ..I wonder who gave a birth to him…ok it’s fair If you reporting both good and bad ...but he never talk about good aways bad about our country... also he never ever talked about sinhala people even though he working for Sinhala service…apparently he had come to UK as an asylum seeker (bogus) what can we get more? (pretented that he was JVP member that time) now he is liking LTTE a** for money..one day the world will punish him…no one can talk to BBC it’s only good for whether report everyone knows about it…we know how they report the Iraq war…..

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  59. WOW! kuttu, shyam, thiru, wijepala all going to be in the same rat hole with VP.

    what actually happened to them?

    noltte-peace,

    there are some more. we are missing tangara, mathmatica, tissahami, mataraaiya, gallemalli, snakvi, rover, raptor and my dear OAOA.

    hope they are well and safe.

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  60. Dear Priyashantha,

    "Where are you? Please answer my questions Wije (Why do you always - I mean always - think in terms of race?)."

    Here I am. I'm sorry you missed me. Please take a look at the following:

    tropicalstorm: "What you and Anandasangaree and some Indians don't read corrctly is that the Sinhalese are no longer interested in the Tamils' good will."

    Sarath Fonseka: "The Sinhala nation has to sacrifice if you want to protect the country and survive"

    sl: "YES the LTTE was not around, does not mean that we didnt have wars with the invading tamils who wanted to come to sri lanka and establish fake homelands."

    ***************

    So Priyashantha, before you ask me why I think in terms of race, you should ask yourself why so many Sinhala racists out there think in terms of race.

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  61. tharanga,

    "Wijeypala or is it Wijeypalam, Wijeypalan, Wijeypalanthan, Wijeypalanan?"

    Wijayapala. Some have called me Wijepala which is ok. I am not Tamil despite what the Modayas here believe, but I can read some and I translated a few things on DW.

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  62. kaatikuddupaan,

    "However the voluntary recruit can choose what unit before undergoing the basic training. E.g Sea tiger basic training is different and much harder from Charle's Anthony basic."

    What about the non-voluntary recruits- where do they end up? Is their training different?

    My impression was that the vast majority of LTTE recruits are children (under age 18). Children are easy to train/brainwash and it is hard for them to run away, whereas adults will often desert when things are going rough. Am I correct or mistaken?

    "After the basic training we got put in a base for 6 months with about 20 of our batchmates. We were not allowed to go out or see other people.Every day we have to watch LTTE programs and Prabharan speeches.Only radio station allowed is Pullikalin kural, or the Sinhala version.

    "Afterwards you forget that your real identity and you become a tiger and even forget your real name."

    Damn, ***6 months*** of watching Bunker Johnny's speeches and listening to Iyakkup pattu????? I think that is what I meant by "indoctrination/brainwashing."

    Why did they play the Sinhala version of Pulikalin Kural... were there many recruits who could speak Sinhala?

    "Then we got sent to "commanders" which is 6 months course training in LTTE version of SBS in mullaithivu coast ( uniform after passing is blue vertical tiger stripes)"

    "Commanders" (commando?) sounds like a subunit of Sea Tigers that raided Delft last year and Chirutivu this year. DBJ Jeyaraj once referred to this subunit as, "eeroodaha Sirappu Thaakkuthal ani": eeroodaha (dunno what that means) Special Assault Team.

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  63. Dear Wijepala (I shortened your name for ease of reference and others picked it) or Wijayapala or Wije,

    It's the timezones! We come here at the same time.

    But you haven't answered any of my questions. Complaining that he is doing it; she is doing it is not an answer.

    The people you mentioned used race referencing terms very very rarely. But you are sick with race.

    I have given plenty of examples.

    Look at what you said today!!

    "Why did they play the Sinhala version of Pulikalin Kural... were there many recruits who could speak Sinhala?"

    Ai-Ai-Yooo!! You are SICK.

    You did show a few signs of recovery in the earlier post.

    "I am not Tamil despite what the Modayas here believe,.."

    You used to term "Sinhala Modayas". After my hard medicine you have dropped the "Sinhala" part! So my medicine has worked a little bit.

    But still you are very very sick with race. If you can provide an address I can arrange a medical check-up for everyone in your family free of charge. The medical team travels in a white coloured van, but they are harmless. Too much nonsense about white vans. After all most vans are white.

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  64. Priyshantha

    [I have another question for you. Why do you use 2 different profiles? Seriously man, why?

    http://www.blogger.com/profile/00346419630040677390
    http://www.blogger.com/profile/08423840344665332596
    You are a big pretender, aren't you Wije? A conman.
    We will see many jokers like you here as ZTTE gets more defeats.]

    Well said brother!

    I think I warned patriots here awhile back that this “wijayapala” is really a hardcore LTTE motherfucker masquerading here under a Sinhela name and yes, also periodically carrying out pretentious attacks against the LTTE and the LTTE’s chief mother-raper too!

    Let me draw an anlogy…this is no different to LTTE biased Amnesty International now blaming both the GOSL as well as the LTTE for the “humanitarian crisis” now supposedly unfolding in Vanni – as clearly the strategy is to screw the GOSL!

    Rotten AI knows well that even a motherload of blame on the LTTE at this stage is of no consequence to the LTTE, but that even a small blame on the GOSL is bound to have dire repercussions for the GOSL!

    This is the same strategy adopted by this undercover “wijayapala” aka “wesaballa” as OaOA baptized him.

    I would "white van" this bastard in a wink!

    OaO Asithri

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  65. That Vedithaltivu fight had been the stuff movies are made of.

    Movies generally are fictional and only the bad guys get killed. But this is quite something in real world terms; just twelve guys, 4 already badly wounded, holding off 200 until another 8 arrive with airborne cavalry and get away after taking down abt 20 baddies.

    My friend Chuck (Norris) will be green with envy. Not even he could do that, not even on screen with fake blood.

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  66. PriyaS

    [You used to term "Sinhala Modayas". After my hard medicine you have dropped the "Sinhala" part! So my medicine has worked a little bit]

    Exactly! This filthy motherfcuker first used to use that term widely – the same term that LTTE Tamil racist motherfcukers use in all blogs – and the quietly, he dropped the “Sinhala” prefix!

    Bloody sakkili-LTTE rot-infested prick…he cannot contain his rabidly anti-Sinhela racism…as valiantly he might try to hide, it boils to the surface unwittingly!

    OaO Asithri

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  67. KaatiK

    [Most of the actual weapons training was quite useless though. We only fire 3 rounds per day out of T56, otherwise we just shout "dol,dol,dol" to imitate the gunshots.

    I know one guy who was got injured recently because when army came close instead of shooting, he was shouting dol,dol

    I know one guy who was got injured recently because when army came close instead of shooting, he was shouting dol,dol]

    Way to go Kaati…how about more amusing front-line stories…???

    LMSSAO!!! Man, truly I am LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  68. Wesaballa

    [I am not Tamil despite what the Modayas here believe, but I can read some and I translated a few things on DW]

    Really?

    Truly LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  69. OK quiz time…

    What’s the difference between “your heroes rest-in-peace” and “my heroes piss-in-peace”….???

    Dunno?

    Answer: Mulankavil

    OaO Asithri

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  70. Sri Lanka's daily defence news collection

    http://lkdefencecolumns.blogspot.com/

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  71. Moshy

    [we are missing tangara, mathmatica, tissahami, mataraaiya, gallemalli, snakvi, rover, raptor and my dear OAOA.]

    Thanks for the warm sentiment bro…now I am here (and "some" as you can see from my posts! LMSSAO!)

    OaO Asithri

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  72. [Learn to be Lankans, that is the winning point, says Defence Secretary

    Colombo: We all have to learn to be Sri Lankans. The day we are able to think as Sri Lankans first, and later as Tamils, Sinhalese, Muslims and Burghers, that is the day we will win. That will be the winning point, Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa said.]


    Very well said Gota!

    Now if A-sangaree insists on being a Tamil first, then he should ideally remove himself to TamilNadu (Tamil translated to English: "Tamil Nation").

    One more pip from the bugger about SLAF bombings, I am going to scream bloody murder!

    OaO Asithri

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  73. Thiru

    [ahhh nuthing like a bunch of over zelous singhalese boyz before getting their asses raped,]

    Could be. I guess the only other thing that overdoes that kind of zeal is when the same “Singhalese boyz” DPU’d your LTTE whore-mother the other day.

    BTW, no, DPU is not “that” meaning – in this case it means Double Penetrated Unreservedly!

    Howz that umpire!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  74. All the patriots in the UK should write to the British Home Office and the HMRC UK to,

    1. Investigate all the family and extended family income sources of BBC Sinhala and Tamil Service employees for alleged LTTE hand outs for bogus reporting

    2. Investigate all their Holiday and Travel in the past 10 years and check how their and their family members' hotel/meals etc have been paid. There are strong allegations that LTTE arrange annual 'sunny holidays' to certain employees of BBC on their account.

    3. Investigate bogus asylum status of all the employees of BBC Sinhala and Tamil Service

    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/contact/contactspage/contactcentres/

    http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/prosecutions/crim-inv-policy.htm

    Please everyone in UK, write to these institutions to take actions.

    It is always better to investigate something and find out the truth.

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  75. If they are clean, they do not have to worry.

    If they are dirty, then they should be worried..

    Patriots.. organize mass requests from these institutes to investigate.

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  76. The Ltte is turning DPU in Whole Actually. As the Government forces penetrate deeper...

    Now they are operating in areas where Previously they were on without Any problems. So ALL of the Ltte is turning to DPUs.They are also seems to be actually understanding the situation.But the question is how Deep Is this Deep at this rate of Moving Front lines....
    :)

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  77. Poonerin Poonerin...Russians are coming...Russians are coming!

    Errrr...sorry, damn those "overzelous Sighalese boyz"...they are even apt to forget who they are when they have erections!

    Speaking of erections...have you guys seen the night illuminations when those beautiful RM-70 and RM-80 babies fly northwards screaming in the night? Indeed, a sight to behold!!! Imagine the terror at the receiving end? I love it! Keep pulverizing the filthy MFs SLA...keep it up!

    OaO Asithri

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  78. welcome back OAOA!

    agree with you on GR. he is a fantastic character, the exact type we need in SL and unfortunately lacking.

    but the govt can't wash its hands-off with that. they should totally disregard racial demands and other race-based stuff. then all race-bargainers will realise that their project is over.

    my strategy to handle post-war elamists is to FRUSTRATE their project by making TE no longer possible by PEACEFUL and DEMOCRATIC means.

    e.g. mass colonisation of north-east with PEOPLE (I don't care about their race). If they are multicultural its fantastic. then jaffna, vanni, etc. will become like colombo and who cares about the ethnic composition of colombo.

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  79. And finally…

    [Tissainayagam indicted
    Aug 14 (DM) The Attorney General filed indictment in the Colombo High Court against senior journalist and Sunday Times columnist J. S. Tissainayagam yesterday. Filing under the Emergency Regulations, Tissainayagam is charged with aiding and abetting a terrorist organization and failing to account for the finances he had received to fund ‘outreachsl.com’, a news website.]

    Wow!

    This sort of crap costs the tax-payers too much! What happened to those white vans that brought about much cost-effectiveness to the equation…???

    Damn it, Keheliya said he was going to stop importing white vans from Japan to stop this white van problem (and thereby appease the peace/HR kaakas) and now see what he has done…no more white vans!!!

    LMSSAO!!!

    PEACE to all patriots…catch you later.

    OaO Asithri

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  80. One of my friends just called me..

    He wants to add one more thing to the list....,

    1. Ask UK authorities to investigate how these BBC Tamil and Sinhala service employees have afforded their mortgages in UK, and luxury houses in Sri Lanka?

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  81. ”Rebel spokesman Rasiah Ilanthirayan was not available for comment.”

    Probably by now Ra-ass-aiah is guarding a bunker in Mallavi or dead..!!

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  82. Racism and Race

    'Racism' and 'Racist' are two words used frequently on this blog. Whilst most responsible folks try their best to dissuade others some use racist terms due to ignorance and a recent phenomenon is that some try to hide behind racism and the mere mention of a race is taken as a rascist remark.

    Sinhala and Tamil are two great races with proud histories. The two words are nouns used to describe these two great races. The two nouns have to be used when When one needs to write as much as one uses the name of a country, tribe or group.

    racism on the other hand is totaly different to race and should not be condoned.

    I looked up the definition on two online resources.

    Shortr Oxford dictionary
    'the belief that there are characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to each race. 2 discrimination against or antagonism towards other races'

    wikipedia
    'Racism, by its simplest definition, is the belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. People with racist beliefs might hate certain groups of people according to their racial groups.

    Racila groups live in harmony as long as racism is not present.

    Some folks hide behind the words and the mer use of the word 'Tamil' is projected as racism.

    A cse in point is Wijyapal's post on August 15, 2008 7:01 AM

    you should get your basics right. thinking,writing and commenting using the word sinhala or tamil does not make one a racist.

    When you need to wtite about the Sinhala or Tamil people in terms of the race they belong to you have to use the relevant words

    the comments quoted by Wijayapal from TS,SF and sl are not racist at all they merely mention the words as a means of expression.

    tropicalstorm is in no way a racist. the same goes with Gen SF. I am not too familiar with sl's posts but havent seen sny racial slur in his posts.

    let us consider each purported comment. I must also mention that taking one line from a longer discussion is quoting out of context and is basic.

    wijayapal refers to

    tropicalstorm: "What you and Anandasangaree and some Indians don't read corrctly is that the Sinhalese are no longer interested in the Tamils' good will."

    how else can to write this a does not understand b. wher is racism here other than a mention of the two noun to describe.


    Sarath Fonseka: "The Sinhala nation has to sacrifice if you want to protect the country and survive"

    taken out of context. a one line from an interview. Sinhala nation here is 'Sinhala jathiya'. Moreover he has called for a sacrifice from the sinhala people to solve this national crisis. in inuendo he accepts the sacrifices by the other people and want the majority in the country, which is sinhala, to make a sacrifice.

    sl: "YES the LTTE was not around, does not mean that we didnt have wars with the invading tamils who wanted to come to sri lanka and establish fake homelands."

    how else do you describe this...the invading people... and how does one know.

    no let's consider the other aspect, racism. almost all posts by terrorists using various nom de guerres use disparaging remarks.

    i will not qute them here because they desrve only the trash bin and repeating even for discussion is encouraging racism. All of us are only too familiar with these.

    So the accussers are in fact the accused.

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  83. DefenceNet - could the graves also be hiding LTTE weapons? Tigers are capable of anything. They could be hiding weapons even under the bodies of dead tigers. Are such graves investigated?

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  84. Nice Video.

    A Rescue Mission by SLAF

    Defence.lk, Please upload more and more.

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  85. DN, actually what is that rescue mission? Can you describe us?

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  86. Shan,

    I found this in defence.lk. It is about the same thing you say in different words.

    Learn to be Lankans, that is the winning point, says Defence Secretary

    We all have to learn to be Sri Lankans. The day we are able to think as Sri Lankans first, and later as Tamils, Sinhalese, Muslims and Burghers, that is the day we will win. That will be the winning point, Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa said.

    In an interview wit IANS yesterday, Rajapaksa made light of India's criticism that Tamils were not with Colombo, saying the Government had failed to convince the world about its sincerity to resolve the ethnic conflict.

    The Defence Secretary Rajapaksa added that Sri Lanka would never talk to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) because it would be a wasted effort.

    Rajapaksa, asked to comment on India's National Security Advisor M.K. Narayanan's comments on Tuesday that even if Sri Lanka won the battle against the LTTE it would not win the war because "they haven't got the Tamil population on their side", he told IANS over the phone: "The only area where we have failed is to show our genuineness, to convince the outsiders, about our sincerity in resolving the problem. In action we have proved it.

    Unfortunately, we are not good at propaganda. If Tamils indeed are not with us, then it is our weakness.

    "There is nothing negative to what Narayanan has said. In my opinion, he has only put in different words what our President has been saying, that we need to defeat terrorism but the (ethnic) problem needs to be resolved (politically).

    "There is nothing bad against Sri Lanka in what Narayanan has said.

    It is significant that he has said that the military is winning. And he has never said that we should talk to the LTTE. These are very positive things.

    "On the whole it is the inability of the President and the Government to show the sincerity to the Tamils and to the outside world. We have to improve that... It will take time... As for Narayanan, I understand him very well. I know his vision."

    He, however, maintained that the Government which has captured the Eastern Province from the LTTE and is now trying to seize the North from the LTTE would never talk to the Tigers.

    Saying all previous negotiations with the LTTE had failed to resolve the problem, he said: "It is very clear it is useless talking to the LTTE because it is not genuine or sincere.

    Ultimately, there will have to be a political solution, a permanent solution. And my solution is political." Rajapaksa admitted that in the past 25-30 years, promises were made to the Tamil community that were not kept.

    He referred to the provincial elections in the east in May that led to a former LTTE cadre becoming The Chief Minister of the province.

    He said President Mahinda Rajapaksa was determined to replicate what had been achieved in the East in the North, parts of which are held by the LTTE and where fighting is on.

    Asked if seizing the LTTE-controlled north would be as easy as in the East, he said: "The LTTE are not in the Mullaitivu jungles because they wanted it but because they were pushed into it. They would have preferred Jaffna peninsula or Trincomalee.

    That would have been advantageous because those are built up areas... But they were chased away from Jaffna, chased away from Trincomalee. However it will take more troops in the Sri Lankan North because it is a large area."

    "Ultimately, we all have to learn to be Sri Lankans.

    The day we are able to think as Sri Lankans first, and later as Tamils, Sinhalese, Muslims and Burghers, that is the day we will win. That will be the winning point."

    Courtesy: Daily News

    I think there is no need to use even words that refers to races anymore in defence forums. We never refer to eachother's sex. Similarly lets not discuss race in a defence forum. The only exception should be, as Shan mentioned, where it is required to make the point.

    Ex: In sex education you have to mention the dissimilarities between the two, without discriminating. There is no other way to communicate.

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  87. Guys,
    Check this out..

    http://www.island.lk/2008/08/15/news20.html

    - LTTE building larger wider second runway despite bombings on it

    - DPU evacuation missions being flown by SLAF

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  90. Oh my god, Asithri, you are back and very welcome indeed!

    The blog is full of boredom these days; we need you here to see some fireworks.

    I am sure, Asithri and I are on the same wavelength when it comes to boredom. My faculties do not function, when I am bored, except one - you all know what!

    This is what happened to dinasaurs; they died of boredom.

    Don't beleive what these archeologists - the folks whose careers are in ruins, anyway - say about carbon dating.

    Carbon dating is just pure crap with a fragile cover of radioactive gloss.

    I am a physics man myself. They have got it wrong many times, the most famous being the Shroud of Turing - the piece of cloth that some say wrapped up the body of Christ before his resurrection. It has a head resembling that of Jesus hidden inside.

    So, folks, don't mislead your little brothers and sisters by telling an asteroid brought these beasts to the verge of extinction. It is just academic stuff that keeps these folks in employment.

    Look at the extinction of Tigers in the North. Did it bring about by an asteroid?

    We had a satellite in power! It couldn't bring this damn menace to an end. Instead, it lost one lens in her system!! Because she was always in the wrong orbit and has crash-landed in the end - and now she keeps moaning about harassment and the abuse of power the very thing she was so committed when in power.

    So, Dinasaurs came to an end due to boredom and we don't want to see it here, in the blog.

    Asithri made a right move by coming here and we hope the other guys that include Shyam and kuttu will come here to have fun and share good news in the battlefront - not for celebrations, but to have our freedom back. We have the divine right to go up and down and across our country without the prospect of a bayonet pointing at us - perpetually.

    In our adopted countries, we have that luxury. Why are we denied it in our motherland?

    The brave soldiers must f*** the Tigers up this time until they reach the point of no-return.

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  91. See how desperate these Die-Ass-Pora guys are. Check the comments they have given for the chosen articles published in this pathetic Tamilcanadian web site.

    http://www.tamilcanadian.com/news

    See how racist the crowd is. They always call sinhalese as "Modayas". But they've forgetten or pretending to forget how their asses were severyly kicked off by the 'Sinhala Modayas'

    I think our one-and-only Asithri needs to pay a vist & create a account there. I've seen two or three true Sri Lankans are giving good replies to these rasis comments.

    I'm sure we'll get more fun by reading these 'Die-ass-pora' comments in comming weeks. Still these pathatic crowd think their TAMIZ EEZAM (or what ever) is around the corner and big sun goat is about to come out from his (almost burried) bunker hide out and give a good lesson to GOSL forces.

    I laugh from my BUTT .....!

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  92. The the following TamilNet article..

    Transformer set fire in Jaffna
    [TamilNet, Thursday, 14 August 2008, 02:00 GMT]
    Unidentified persons during curfew hours Tuesday day night set fire to the main electricity transformer on Aadiyapaatham road, Kokkuvil in Valikaamam, completely burning the unit, sources in Jaffna said. Electricity supply to the area was cut off and Sri Lanka Army (SLA) troops, deployed in large numbers, cordoned off and searched the area.

    SLA soldiers cleaned the site Wednesday and constructed sand bags ramparts around the transformer in Kokkuvil.

    Troops were posted permanently to guard the transformer and new check posts were set up in the vicinity.

    Electricity Board workers repaired the transformer Wednesday.

    Unknown persons had fired at the Electricity transformers in Vadamaraadchi and Thenmaraadchi earlier cutting off electricity supply. These damaged units have now been repaired and are being guarded 24 hours by SLA troops.

    Last Thursday unidentified armed men opened rapid fire on the main electricity transformer at Arasadi Chanththi in Karaveddi, Vadamaraadchi along Nelliyadi-Kodikaamam road, damaging the transformer and cutting off electricity supply to the area.

    Three weeks earlier a similar gun attack was made on a transformer in Meesaalai in Themaraadchi cutting off electricity supply.

    The attacks on electricity transformers took place after a Chinese firm which has entered into a contract with Sri Lanka government to generate and supply electricity to Jaffna peninsula began preliminary work from the firm's worksite in Chu’n’naakam.

    ========

    There are two observations that can be made from this.

    1. The LTTE has activated their members (few? sizeable? recent infiltrations) to disrupt normal functioning of day to day life in Jaffna.

    2. LTTE is saying "we are opposing china and attacking their interests because we loooove India"

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  93. Rescue Mission video is very nice

    more should be produced

    is it a DPU Rescue ??

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  94. Wijayapala, Asithri

    You are right, the unit is actually modelled on GOSL SBS.

    Anyways the training was very hard, lot of swimming, carrying and running with logs, by the time we finished I was so black I could hardly believe myself when I finally got to see a mirror.

    We learnt to use the radar guided anti aircraft guns and many other types of heavy machine guns. Also learnt to use and manoevre small fibre fishing boats well.

    Some people in our training batch were sent to do some battles and were killed.

    There are many funny stories during my experience. One night, one of the cadres came and told the master that a man came to him ( in a jungle which is HSZ and civilians and other cadres not allowed ) and asked him for some food. Then another cadre from the next tent down came and said the same thing thinking that it was a ghost.

    Master got so scared he thought it was LRRP, and started screaming in fear and firing with AK all over the place, and dumped 2 mags. Didn't ever find out if it was really LRRP or a ghost.

    The new cadres who are caught by force don't get to choose which unit they are joining.

    They are taken to a large underground bunker with no light called Anbu base in Vattakachchi where Mahattaya was kept prisoner. There leaders from different brigades come and choose who they want like a slave market.

    Any other questions ask away

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  95. nish and others,

    this is about GSP+

    http://www.economist.com/world/asia/displaystory.cfm?story_id=11921197&mode=comment&intent=readBottom

    my friend has kindly obliged to post a good comment here under the name maynard7.

    please RECOMMEND it. then it will escalate higher.

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  96. Kaati,
    You never told me how you learnt your english...

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  97. "We learnt to use the radar guided anti aircraft guns and many other types of heavy machine guns."

    I never new they had radar guided anti aircraft guns.... more info please? Defencenet can you confirm this? Even government forces don't have many radar guided AA guns (If they have at all). About this I am certain because I have recently visited one of the camps in Minneriya (8th medium artillery) where even 152mm, 130mm guns are kept. Even the defences of that base was just a few high caliber fixed machine guns. Even in the Diyathalawa camp where I lived close to some time ago and visited several times, I never saw such weapons. Such a place is sure to be defended with the best weapons available, right? If the LTTE have such weapons, isn't this a serious threat to our aircraft (at least the helicopters)?

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  98. kaatikuddupaan,
    I don't notmally post much comments (in here or any other blogs) but read most of them. I really like to read your comments (and comments from Qrious). Still don't sure you're really a tiger or you make up stories. But anyway, nice reding. Keep them coming please...

    Qrious,
    Very much like your comments too bro. You have very nice writing skills. Take the maximum advantage of that and do as much as you can against this ZTTE false propaganda.
    Cheers !!!

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  99. Chamal,
    I don't know about radar guided anti aircraft guns, but some time early in Eelam war 3.5 I remember defence.lk released a LTTE sea tiger boat being shot at with some sort of heavy weapon from a Navy vessel (the footage seemed to be shot in the night with IR optics). The LTTE boat seemed to shoot at these ammunitions most consistently. To me these must be radar guided right? Seems not possible for a human to aim and hit them..

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  100. It was a nice video on the rescue mission on defence.lk. Can anyone say why they fired flares. Is it because they were being shot at or just precautionary?

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  101. Chamal

    Radar-guided weapons have been around for a while and it is possible that the LTTE has them. These are stand-alone systems and not omntegrated into a system like the ones which killed two F16s over Serbia.
    These guns also have severely limited range, their radar can be picked up by incoming aircraft and easily avoided. Generally these are very effective against helicopters.
    The SLAF has deployed at least one similar system in Katunayake, towards the end of the run way. You can see the radar system and the weapons installation as well.
    It may have been a similiar system which downed a SLAF chopper during the attack.

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  102. 'omntegrated' should be corrected as 'integrated'. Sorry.

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  103. Onecountry

    Flare dispensation can be auto or manual. If the pilot picks up a missile lock, he can release the flares manually also. Most of our on-board systems even in choppers have been upgraded to automatic flare dispensers.

    In the previous posting, iwas refering to the A'pura airbase attack and accidental shoot down of a helicopter.

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  104. Thambala,

    You're right. Some of our Dvoras are fitted with weapon systems that can be controlled by radar, such as the Typhoon WS. But I don't know if any such weapons are used by in our base defences.

    Tropicalstorm,

    Thanks. So what we have are used in the most important places I guess...

    Can anyone confirm if LTTE have these weapons?

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  105. What is this clown saying:

    http://www.puthinam.com/full.php?2b1Voqe0d4cYI0ecAA4I3b4K6DD4d3f1e2cc2AmI3d434OO3a030Mt3e

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  106. thank you guys for the good work at economist.com

    LTTE terrorists are everywhere and we should beat them everywhere. there should be no let up.

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  107. Chamal

    Our aircraft regularly get radar-locks, but whether these are backed by active anti-air systems is unknown.

    The LTTE operates various radar systems, some locally built, and even a phased array system or two, according to pro-LTTE media.

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  109. From the way things are going, GSP+ should not be such a big deal.

    In any case, we should not allow others dictate our defence policy. The present govt did a spectacular job of showing the world that they can balance the game in the short term by parting even with bad boyz like the Iranians, if push comes to showe. The world got the message.

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  110. Calling all Aviation Engineers (Avionics),

    It's your time to shine. There are a quite a few Sri Lankans around the world who study this subject and from what I've gathered this is the academic subject that is suited for development of military devices.

    We should take a lesson from the Israelis and develop our own weapons. We can do it, nothing stopping us other than will. I say all of you out there should get together and start a company, start small, end up expanding.

    This will make things cheaper for our country and also might be a source of revenue, we should export over counter-terrorism expertise.

    Dreaming a little here but it doesn't hurt. I'm studying to be a computer scientist myself, don't get me wrong, I don't want to end up working for some software company making statistical software for them, I'd rather help you make complex algorithms to bomb the hell out of some scum with pinpoint accuracy with the help of laser guided satellites.

    Just putting it out there. There's so many people here with knowledge of these things, just study a little if this field interests you and maybe one day we can get together.

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  111. Those who are looking for info related to defence.lk video, there is a new article present in DW with details

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  112. Also of interest is computerizing the sri lanka police force.

    A very secure centralized database for police officers to find information about a certain individual or vehicle, which should bring up prior arrest records, maybe even a level of danger calculated using related variables.

    All this can be done with very little computing power, maybe get some old laptops, that's enough, forget the fancy screens you see in Hollywood, we need it to e cost effective too.

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  113. Oh and if SLT brings out WiMax, these ideas would be easy to implement. There's a lack of security in present systems, I've first hand experience of breaking into some government run websites. Not for malicious purpose. Luckily the information I accessed is nothing that will damage national security. Business maybe. Hee hee.

    The expertise is all there, but unfortunately spread around the globe, brain drain. :(

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  114. SLA is in for a rude awakening, they are marching towards killinochi, i hear the tigers are ready as ever to confront them and break their backs, have you guys ever wondered why the ltte has let the SLA come so far on one side and yet defended so hard in pallamodai and the northern front? Think of the reasons for this modhayas, let me remind you that the tiger is the most deadliest when it is crouching!

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  115. thriu,

    Thanks, we will take your input under advisement and use that in the battle planning. You're not the first eelamist to have pointed out what you're pointing out, so I believe our commanders know these things.

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  116. Oh and thiru, if you're trying to instill fear, there's no need for that. Fear in battle is always there and we all feel it for our soldiers. You never know in war which way things will go. Just don't try to pretend you don't have that fear with snide remarks like that.

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  117. Tropical storm,
    the two f16 s shot down over serbia..

    was this where the serbians used the the three finger of death?

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  118. Ha ha ha, finally the AI has mustered the courage to stand up to the LTTE:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7564089.stm

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  119. http://www.lakbima.lk/articles/news9.htm

    Weapons found buried in a cemetery in Vavunia

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  120. It is good that this Police Constable sued the Police...

    http://www.lakbima.lk/articles/spec10.htm

    When Police doing third-grade work, it has to be condemned.

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  121. machang, by no means did i say or have ever said that we have no fear, every human has fear in a war, it is the other modhayas in this blog that think that killinochi is gonna be a cake walk, they have probably never even lived in a war zone and they think they know what they are talking abt. and that's who i wimed my comment at.

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  122. You guys can believe what you like. I have nothing to gain from posting and everything to lose. I just want the "secret" info to be made public to show what fools the LTTE are.

    The radar guided weapon was a 20mm with two barrels. The radar system is powered by a large truck battery. When the system gets a radar lock it gives the operator a beeping noise over head phone. Then the operator can fire.

    We were never told exact name of this weapon. In LTTE it is called "Puma" and theres a lower grade version called √Ąpache"

    How I learnt English, I can't say but this is one of the reasons why I got put in that high level unit. But its obvious if you think about it more.

    Anyways with the Puma, you can hit a kfir when it is diving, or a heli.

    I believe in April, 2007 one kfir or mig did get hit, because I heard the anti aircraft firing and also a small explosion. There were four AA crews firing at it so it wasn't sure which one hit. Prabha gave each one of them a watch as a present.

    However that same night 3 jets came at night and bombed the area where the firing was coming from.

    This was near the kilinochi/iranamadu area

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  123. To all of the people here who think LTTE cannot be defeated. Please consider this :

    LTTE is all about the cunning and intelligence of prabhakaran and the cadres especailly those of Col and lt colonel rank. Weapons and buildings can be lost but people cannot be replaced. The current lot recruited by force are never given responsible posisions They are just earmarked to die.

    LTTE has no strict ideology anything goes for LTTE. You will find an LTTE man smoking,drinking and sleeping with prostitues in colombo, and another being totally disciplined in Wanni. They will do anything as long as it fits the mission. So unlike the muslim jihadists who have a permanent militant ideology in quran. LTTE does not. After this lot is killed off, there won't be another.

    There is no training videos or do it yourself terrorism like the muslims. Everything has to be commanded from prabha, and all training must be done in Wanni.

    LTTE operates a lot like conventional force, lot of operating systems are copy of SLA. It is a very centralised organisation. Cadres rarely operate independantly and all supply is done from "thalamaichailvan" or head office. If army can infiltrate and get the supply routes, and kil more top level cadres then its over.


    The reason most of the top people are still going hard is because they have their whole life invested in LTTE. Without that they are doomed.

    LTTE and tamil diaspora are now in very bad morale. The best thing that happened to Sri Lanka in a long time is Mahinda,Gotabhaya and Sarath Fonseka. Diaspora and LTTE are scheming hard to get them killed.

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  124. soorapappa said,

    Qrious,
    Very much like your comments too bro. You have very nice writing skills. Take the maximum advantage of that and do as much as you can against this ZTTE false propaganda.
    Cheers !!!


    Thank you mate; I will keep all of you informed and entertaining.

    The absence of Shyam and Kuttu does not provide me with the incentive to interview someone.

    I pray they come here!

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  125. Kaati,

    What do you think about Thiru's rhetoric about impending counter attack in Killinochchi?

    Can you please comment on this?

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  126. Watch between 4:19 and 4:17. Was LTTE shooting or was it a missle or was it something to do with the video itself or none of the above?

    Can you experts comment please.?

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  127. MoD offered a good opportunity for SL professionals to get involved in the R&D effort and many submitted their details.

    my good friend got a signed letter from GR stating that he will be contacted by the R&D soon. this was 6 weeks ago. nothing so far. i know they are doing a great job but THERE IS A LOT TO DO.

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  128. TS,

    agree with all your points except:

    GSP+ IS a BIG deal. its effect on our garment industry that is earning a VERY large amount of money and employs a very large number of people is enormous. especially at this stage where the govt is struggleing to manage its foreign reserves.

    yes; in the scheme of things it will fade into nothing in time to come.

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  129. KaatiK

    [Master got so scared he thought it was LRRP, and started screaming in fear and firing with AK all over the place, and dumped 2 mags. Didn't ever find out if it was really LRRP or a ghost.]

    Brother, this is hilarious! Surprised the "Master" did not shoot his own nuts off with the AK…or did he?

    Keep those stories coming...love them!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  130. KaatiK said:

    [The radar guided weapon was a 20mm with two barrels. The radar system is powered by a large truck battery. When the system gets a radar lock it gives the operator a beeping noise over head phone. Then the operator can fire.]

    I believe KaatiK.

    I once met an ex-south Vietnamese army officer and he told me how they used to have American supplied radar-guided guns that were mounted in jeeps and his job was to do exactly what KaatiK said – and mind you this dude had done it way back in 1976!!!

    He said it only had a limited range effectiveness and the projectile could fire in any direction including up in the air once the radar was locked in.

    One piece of oddity about this story was that this guy was essentially AN INDIAN whose ancestors had come from Maharashtra state in India to settle down in Vietnam. He was 3rd generation Indian-Vietnamese and he spoke English, French and Vietnames fluently and some Hindi too! I was truly fascinated by him and his stories including how he escaped once captured by the Viet Cong (when badly wounded in one skirmish). I don’t know where he is at this moment…and I do wish him very well.

    OaO Asithri

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  131. Thiru

    [let me remind you that the tiger is the most deadliest when it is crouching]

    Really?

    The way I heard it, when LTTE tigers crouch, they only crouch to suck at the nipples of a bitch!

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/05/images/050905_dogtigers.jpg

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  132. "dol dol dol"


    LMAO!!!


    great stories man, great stories.

    Folks, more vids to come in the near future such as the rescue mission. And yes, those were flyers that were comming out of the heli's.

    The ltte is yet to see the true fire power of the SLAF, SLN and of course SLA! It will literally "blow" their mind hahaahhaahha and bogus tamil disporas too.

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  133. asthiri,

    this thriu guy is posting the same exact thing he posted at defensewire. what a loser. This guy has nothing better to do then copy and paste from his microsoft word document that he pre wrote and go around pasting his shit. Time to "release" his information to the underground hack sites...hehehehe..warez hacksites, another criminal to "hacktest"


    LMAO...

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  134. The link in the above post got truncated...here's it:

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/05/images/050905_dogtigers.jpg

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  135. asthri,

    break the link up to pieces so it doesnt get cut off bro. I'd love to seee this picture lol

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  136. Vigilante,

    That was just a light on the bottom of the Bell

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  137. sl

    OK...bro, here it goes...

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/

    news/2005/05/images/050905

    _dogtigers.jpg


    OaO Asithri

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  138. "let me remind you that the tiger is the most deadliest when it is crouching"

    I thought it was when he/she/it attacks.... because that's the time when you die isn't it? But I guess with these tigers the deadliest moment is when it's crouching, as they never attack.

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  139. asthri, are those tigers drinking milk from a dog? hahahahaah hilarious man. elakiri elakiri!

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  140. These next 4months are going to be very deadly...our forces must take all precautions and move at a comfortble pace!

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  141. sl

    [asthiri,

    this thriu guy is posting the same exact thing he posted at defensewire. what a loser. This guy has nothing better to do then copy and paste from his microsoft word document that he pre wrote and go around pasting his shit.]

    Yup. The bloody filthy cesspit-maggot knows this is the last innings and down to the last pair…so he has to work extra hard to drum up bravado, empty bravado which amounts to as much importance as a Jaffna goat’s careless drop of sperm!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  142. A bit off topic...

    Have any of you guys seen the new Micro Duedeck bus made in Sri Lanka? Its pretty cool.

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  143. Sl

    [asthri, are those tigers drinking milk from a dog? hahahahaah hilarious man. elakiri elakiri!]
    Sl

    [asthri, are those tigers drinking milk from a dog? hahahahaah hilarious man. elakiri elakiri!]

    you better believe it bro…times are indeed hard for the fukced up, disappearing tigers!!!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  144. extreme

    [I think our one-and-only Asithri needs to pay a vist & create a account there]

    Thanks brother for that vote of confidence…OaOA is only more humbled by it.

    I will try to visit there and make my presence be felt – hopefully soon.

    Bro, you are a true patriot that I think I have known from the LNP days and it is indeed gratifying to know you are still “in circulation”…keep up the good work bro!

    OaO Asithri

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  145. Just visited tamilcanadian.com and GOD!!! look how the idiots are dreaming. Here's one of the best from some poor loser:

    "If USA want to build a base in Tamil Eelam as a good will from Tamils, Tamils must accept it. There is no need to worry about India or anyone else."

    Are these people uneducated.... What happened to good old free education?

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  146. Qrious

    [Oh my god, Asithri, you are back and very welcome indeed!

    The blog is full of boredom these days; we need you here to see some fireworks. I am sure, Asithri and I are on the same wavelength when it comes to boredom. My faculties do not function, when I am bored, except one - you all know what!]

    Thanka bro…ditto!

    It is truly heartening for me to read your skillful writings, especially the satire which I love and urge you to keep ‘em coming!

    Don't mean to sound pretenious, but how about an interview with Qrious as the moderator in a debate with the Unholy Rayappu Puutha vs. the OaOA Humble? Give it some thought bro… LMSSAO!!!


    Saw your nice post in LankaWeb too! Good stuff!!! That is indeed a good journal…the last time I wrote therein it was an open note to the former US Ambassador Blake and that was awhile back.

    Down the hatch bro!

    Yep, it is Friday evening in my space of the sandbox and my DD is here…so it is time to fly off to a world of “what more delight can befall a man than to enjoy with delight with liberty – Wordsworth”

    Enjoy the weekend patriots if I don’t connect with you…

    OaO Asithri

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  147. Qrious

    “Don't mean to sound pretenious”

    should read “Don't mean to sound pretentious”…aha, I guess you got the message anyway bruv!

    ;-) ;-) ;-)

    OaO Asithri

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  148. Chamal …couldn’t resist one last post for you…

    [Are these people uneducated.... What happened to good old free education?]

    Man, it’s nothing to do with education…this is what happens when you get your head up your arse…you then enter the world of blissful ignorance!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  149. If this war ends, our navy needs to revamp its fleet to meet potential future threats. Our navy needs to build some of these kinds semi-submersible(can submerge to few meters below sea level) torpedo boats to ward off outside naval threats to our island. They are real hard to detect and destroy.

    Artist rendering:
    "http://cdn.liveleak.com/15/
    media15/2008/Jan/22/LiveLeak
    -dot-com-143652-2.jpg"

    Real picture:
    "http://cdn.liveleak.com/15/media
    15/2008/Jan/22/LiveLeak-do
    -com-143652-1.jpg"

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  150. Kaatikuddupaan,

    "We learnt to use the radar guided anti aircraft guns and many other types of heavy machine guns. Also learnt to use and manoevre small fibre fishing boats well."

    This "LTTE SBS" sounds a lot like the Leopards (Siruththai Puligal) who fought during the late 1990s. The Leopards fought on both land and sea. Is this Sea Commando unit the same as the Leopards, or are they separate?

    "The new cadres who are caught by force don't get to choose which unit they are joining.

    "They are taken to a large underground bunker with no light called Anbu base in Vattakachchi where Mahattaya was kept prisoner. There leaders from different brigades come and choose who they want like a slave market."

    Ugghh... totally disgusting. What percentage of the LTTE fighters belong to this "involuntary force?"

    Some people here get very excited and happy when heavy LTTE casualty counts come in- "15 killed by MBRL fire" or "32 killed in air strike" etc. I don't share in the happiness because I know many of those "cadre" did not want to be there. Tamil children are not meant to be brainwashed into killers. Look at this picture:

    http://img104.imageshack.us/img104/6462/vesak0ul.jpg

    I guess I am waiting to celebrate when we hear about the deaths of the real dirtbags like Pottu Amman, Castro, Nadesan, and the Leader Himself.

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  153. thiru,

    The only reason some here seem arrogant in that sense is because they despise you and will do anything to kill your god damn terrorist morale. Doesn't mean they actually believe some of the crap that come out of their mouths, unlike you do with the crap that comes out of yours.

    Read what one of your colleagues have written. What do you have to say to that? You think that's someone else masquerading as an LTTE terrorist, well believe what you want to believe, this is war, be very scared. They are coming for you. May the best prepared win, morality is already on our side, no question, it's seen by the support we get to fight you terrorist scum bags from the World. Once you're all gone, we'll talk politics with the more sane ones of you like kaatikuddupaan and give them the better life they clearly yearn for.

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  154. http://edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/08/15/srilanka.civil.war.ap/index.html

    check this one out. they never talk about the victories of the government but when the tigers drop their tails down they talk about it. i hope cnn will not become proltte. not yet though!

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  155. With the rainy season coming ahead, there will be some surprise attacks by the LTTE. We will need some additional defensive squads in the vanni region. (Also to make sure nothing gets passed the FDL lines and into Colombo or other southern parts of the country)

    As mentioned in previous posts (in this forum and other) there will be quite a few additions + upgrades to our army + air force + navy, by the end of this year!! (Giving a huge boost to our attack + defense capabilities)

    In the book "Detection of Explosives and Landmines by Hiltmar Schubert, Andrey Kuznetsov" they say that "even" plastic explosives can be detected by dogs. We already have sniffer dogs available in major checkpoints to detect narcotics and explosives, but we could add more trained dogs (need not be $$ breads, could get from dog pounds and willing donators) to other check points (entry points to major cities). This will save a lot of time at checkpoints and also raise the catch rate. (Even use some in the cleanup operations re-captured lands)

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  156. [ need not be $$ breads, could get from dog pounds and willing donators ]

    I think sniffer dogs have to be certain types, not all dogs can be trained to be sniffers I think. There's a dog training compound run by the Dasa Mudalali's of Colombo somewhere near Sigiriya. I've seen it, they use german shepards and are trained by some foreigners. I don't know if it still exists though.

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  157. Asithri-
    Welcome back bro. Hope you have recharged your batteries...

    Can some one please share the below article URL when possible?

    Saw your nice post in LankaWeb too! Good stuff!!! That is indeed a good journal…the last time I wrote therein it was an open note to the former US Ambassador Blake and that was awhile back.

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  158. Qrious,


    Thank you mate; I will keep all of you informed and entertaining.

    The absence of Shyam and Kuttu does not provide me with the incentive to interview someone.


    Bro, What about taking below invitation from our good old Asithri.


    Don't mean to sound pretenious, but how about an interview with Qrious as the moderator in a debate with the Unholy Rayappu Puutha vs. the OaOA Humble? Give it some thought bro… LMSSAO!!!


    I feel this will be good.
    Waitting for
    LMSSAO!!! (Copy right by OaO)

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  159. Blogger perein said...

    Asithri-
    Welcome back bro. Hope you have recharged your batteries...

    Can some one please share the below article URL when possible?

    Saw your nice post in LankaWeb too! Good stuff!!! That is indeed a good journal…the last time I wrote therein it was an open note to the former US Ambassador Blake and that was awhile back.


    It's http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items08/120808-2.html

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  160. 24 more maraveers...and that's just the start for the day. Teh day ain't done yet for more podiyens.

    Crouching doesn't seem to be a good posture for the deadly tigers.

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  161. More fire power coming lads.

    End game is coming and what a show it will be...

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  162. mavKFIR-
    Thank you mate for that url.

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  163. off topic...
    Does any one know Kandy Perahara get broadcast via the web or not?
    If so please share the media.

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  164. Right now, about 75% of LTTE is recruited by force from Vanni.

    The ratio is about 1 Lt col ( experienced ) for about 15 conscripts.

    The Army has to kill who ever they see with the LTTE, when you are getting fired upon you will fire back, simple logic.

    It's very hard for these guys to run away because LTTE will just go kidnap their sister.

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  165. from dw.

    shan, perein, vigilante & others,

    mates, the hypothetical attack as described in asian tribune is a good analysis.

    BUT there are many myths that are built (and bulding) around tiger capabilities.

    nowhere it says tigers have HUNDREDS of kilometers of tunnels. it says tens of kilometres.

    1. this is a VAST difference within their 4k-5k square km territory. while this gives some advantages to tigers, it poses risks as well especially when the SLA is on the offensive mode. the fall of part of the tunnel makes it disusable in whole (or a very large extent).

    2. if very large numbers of tigers are hiding in these, there is the risk of them becoming their burrial site. if they are not used by a very large number of tigers, their effectiveness is less (apart from protecting the really scared ones)

    3. another BS is the availability of escape routes via tunnels. how can it be unless tunnels lead to india, etc.? of course an immediate escape is possible as long as VP, etc. get OUT of the tunnel system in their escape. then it is back to their feet or other hiding places, not tunnels!! if tunnels are tens of kilometres long, they can only save vezapillai and others from a maximum of 10s of kilometres. obviously if one part of the tunnell falls to the SLA they are likely to use thermobaric weapons and the speed of movement inside the tunnel is VERY slow.

    4. another myth is vezapillai's rat hole. they say it is so many metres deep. deeper than our KAB-1000 bomb's effective depth where there are stronger enforcements in the structure. my question is: so what? you don't need to have bombs that can destroy everything at such a depth. IF SLAF bombs vezapillai's bunker, its opening will collapse in. this will burry the rat alive. there will be a MASSIVE clean up operation VERY FAST and this site OBVIOUSLY becomes another target for SLAF.

    4. now there are ppl who connect the VERY deep VP's bunker to the tunnel system!! this may be possible. BUT the important thing is the tunnel system is NOT so deep. TF by connecting the VERY DEEP (??) VP's rat hole to the TENS of kilometres of tunnels do NOT offer any ADDITIONAL safety. do you see the point?

    5. the article talks about killing 4,000 SLDFs. i know this is ONLY a scenario analysis. but for it to be a proper SA, both costs and benefots of a cause of action must be considered. surely an equal or close number of tigers, especially black tigers will also die. then, who is the weak party THEREAFTER?

    6. similarly IF MOST sleepers (or at least a majority of them) "go off" in the south targeting this that and the other, doesn;t it mean only a FEW sleepers are left? so what's stopping the SLDFs from going ALL OUT in the north? remember tigers don't have AN INFINITE number of sleepers and even most of the remaining ones are "handled" by various means.

    7. a large tiger movement to attack SLA positions would allow civilians a chance either to escape, rebel or take certain things into their own hands. this makes the remaining tigers EXTREMELY vulnerable.

    8. even if tigers managed to kill or disable hypothetically 20,000 SLA, still SLDFs can carryout large scale KILLING strikes on tigers in the SMALL area they are trapped. NEVER forget this is a disproportionate war. of course tigers can use terror and terrorise a whole population, but they can NEVER escape the fact that they are the SMALLER force and are CLOSER to ANNIHILATION than the other party.

    i appreciate the type of analysis. BUT it got to be done NOT with any preconceived notion (even an iota of it) of LTTE invincibility.

    tigers are VERY vulnerable and they have VERY little chance of escaping a large attack on SL. but that doesn't mean they won't do it. the opposite. they WILL do it.

    our preparedness should be on many fronts.

    1. DETERRENCE (this is what i want)
    2. prevention (this is the popular thing)
    3. countering
    4. mitigation
    5. recovery
    6. "counter" attack

    there is a BIG difference between 1 & 2. without going to details, i will give an example of how it works.

    israel can do almost nothing to effectively PREVENT terrorists from shelling towns (especially "new" jewish settlements) with KATYUSHA rockets. BUT terrorists don't DARE test their luck!!!!

    that is deterrence!!

    the best prevention is to kill as many tigers as possible so that they SIMPLY cannot (physically) launch large scale attacks.

    countering is the ability of SLAF, etc. to respons FAST and wreck havoc on tigers CONSIDERING that its an IDEAL harvesting opportunity.

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  166. The stealth torpedo boat I am talking about is the one with the bright green flag. It can submerge to about 3m below the surface.

    "http://www.abovetopsecret.com/
    forum/thread227409/pg1"

    I think these a cluster of these boats will give real nightmares to big advanced ships.

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  167. Kaatikuddupaan - “I have nothing to gain from posting and everything to lose. I just want the "secret" info to be made public to show what fools the LTTE are”
    I agree with you bro, please keep on posting.

    Have you ever visited the tiger tunnels? Are they 10s (or 100s) of KM long as some people say?

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  168. Some good points made there MosheD.

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  169. I don't believe there to be a big network of "tunnels" probably some important bases will have good deep underground bunkers and trenchlines. But tunnels is really going too far.

    If there is tunnels being constructed it would need heavy machines, labour and also the huge amount of dirt being moved would create a noticeable pile outside. Also tigers would have to use civilians to dig which would leak out info.

    Tigers don't usually make their enlisted cadres do extensive labouring unless its directly related to the fighting.

    I know that senior tiger leaders have at their main bases a electronic lift system that can take them about 1 storey below ground.



    Most of it is actually subcontracted to civilian workers i. digging of wells, masonry e.t.c

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  171. Kaatikuddupaan – thanks.
    Just one more question if you don’t mind. How do LTTE troops relax? I’m not referring to the present situation, but say during the so-called ceasefire days.

    I have seen Photos of LTTE buildings with Dialog Sat dishes; have the low ranks ever being given access to Sri Lankan or Foreign media?

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  172. Prabhakaran Abandoned Tamils he hoped to lead to “Promise Land,” US Intelligence
    Sat, 2008-08-16 14:09
    By Philip Fernando for Asian Tribune

    Washington, 16 August, (Asiantribune.com): Contrary to popular myth expressed across the Palk Strait and by some folks in Sri Lanka, Prabhakaran lost popular support faster than he lost his ill-gotten territory militarily. Intelligence sources expressed the view that he may never proclaim his Heroes Day Message again.

    He never surrounded himself with the people he hoped to lead into the “Promised Land.” It is an “unwinnable war”- was what the UNP repeated ad nauseam and chanted “armed forces can never take Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu.” Alas! The illusionary task of defeating Prabhakaran has become a reality. Intelligence sources added that no leader has ever won a battle without the solid support of the people, call it insurrection or freedom fight.

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  173. http://www.rivira.lk/2008/08/17/ranabima.htm

    theres a good map showing the current status.

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