2 Dec 2010
Mahinda Rajapaksa is a unique leader whom nourished through our own value system. That’s why he was able to win over Western supported terrorism despite their immense politico-economic pressure.
When the fight against terrorism was at the very peak, UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband and France Foreign Minister Bernard Kushner rushed to Sri Lanka. But President Mahinda Rajapaksa did not bother even to meet them at capital Colombo, and instead they were asked to come and meet him at Ambilipitiya, a rural town closer to his birth village in the South.
Ever since, government of UK has a deal to settle with Sri Lanka. Channel 9 TV has been used for this purpose time and again to present controversial documentaries on fight against terrorism in Sri Lanka. But they miserably failed to bear any scientific or political basis.
It is in this backdrop that president Rajapaksa was invited for the second time to deliver a gust speech at Oxford student union. The government of UK manipulate the occasion in pin point accuracy to take at least some sort of revenge.
Humiliation for president Mahinda Rajapaksa and Sri Lankan nation
Without any doubts, last minute cancellation is a slap on the face of not only Mahinda Rajapaksa, but also for entire Sri Lankan nation.
It is a childish argument that his address is cancelled due to security reasons surfaced in last minutes. If there were any security concerns, those should have communicated well before the president arrived in London and possibly cancelled it in advance.
Therefore, this was clearly a well planed humiliation operation carried out by intelligent burro of the UK.
Is UK a failed nation?
If the government of UK can not provide security for a leader of another country, the UN must immediately list UK as a failed nation. We all know that UK has fallen to a recession due to unbearable external debt. Now it seems UK is not only economically bankrupt, but also bankrupt in politico-military arena.
What should be the next step of the SL government
It is not so long that EU delisted Sri Lanka from its GST plus subsidiary scheme. Now we do our trade with EU very much on equal basis. The trade balance between UK and Sri Lanka is still favoring them. Its not so long ago we kicked Europe based Shell from Sri Lanka. The government of Sri Lanka can act now effectively kicking other colonial business agents out of the country. The British-America Tobacco Company and Uniliver are in the list. We are no longer underdogs. Our politico-economic relations operate on equal basis. We should kick them off one by one and give those business opportunities to our real friends that helped us in need.
Education industry of UK must be boycott by Sri Lankans
Still good part of Sri Lankans suffers from colonial mentality syndrome. They prefer to study in UK based courses despite exaggerated cost. CIMA, BCS, CIM,,, all those are licensed plates from former colonial master. Why some of us like to get membership from British professional bodies? It is merely because of petty underdog mentality!!!
It is time to understand the reality of Oxford democracy and say no to license plates of colonial UK!!!!
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