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Complete List of Signatories

Complete list of signatories to the Sri Lankan Crisis Statement 1:

  • Mr. Julian Burnside, AO QC, Barrister, Human Rights and Refugee Advocate and Author, Victoria
  • Mr. John Pilger, renowned Australian  journalist, author and documentary filmmaker
  • Emeritus Prof. Stuart Rees, Director, Sydney Peace Foundation, University of Sydney, NSW, Order of Australia
  • Prof. Wendy Bacon, Professor of Journalism, University of Technology, NSW
  • Prof. Chris Nash, Professor of Journalism, Monash University, Victoria
  • Associate Prof. Jake Lynch, Director, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Prof. Damien Kingsbury, Associate Professor, Deakin University, Victoria
  • Emeritus Prof. Ivan Shearer AM, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Rev. Gregor Henderson, President of Uniting Church in Australia
  • Hon. Ian Cohen, Member of the Legislative Council, NSW
  • Hon. Lee Rhiannon, Member of the Legislative Council, NSW
  • Hon. John Kaye, Member of the Legislative Council, NSW
  • Hon. Colleen Hartland, Member of the Legislative Council, Victoria
  • Hon. Mike Reynolds AM MP, Member for Townsville, Queensland
  • Mr. Andrew Bartlett, BSocWk BA, former Senator for Queensland
  • Prof. Andrea Durbach, Associate Professor and Director of Australasian Human Rights Centre, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, NSW
  • Dr. Susan Harris Rimmer, President, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, ACT
  • Mr. Jeff Loewenstein, Barrister, Victoria
  • Dr. Peter Slezak, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of New South Wales, NSW
  • Mr. Antony Loewenstein, Independent Journalist and Author, NSW
  • Prof. John Whitehall, Paediatrician, Queensland
  • Prof. Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, Assistant Professor, School of History and Classics, University of Tasmania, Tasmania
  • Mr. Chris Riseley, Project Manager, Australian Volunteers International, Victoria
  • Mr. Paul Benedek, State Convenor of Socialist Alliance in Queensland and Member of the newly formed ‘Tamil Justice Brisbane’
  • Mr Peter Boyle, National Secretary, Democratic Socialist Perspective, NSW
  • Ms. Sue Bolton, Convenor, Socialist Alliance, Victoria
  • Ms. Pip Hinman, Socialist Alliance anti-war coordinator, NSW
  • Mr Timothy Dobson, National Executive, Resistance, NSW
  • Mr. Mal Jago, Community News Site ‘streetcorner.com.au’, NSW
  • Mr. Alex Bainbridge, Socialist Alliance, WA
  • Mr. Terry Townsend, Blue Mountains Socialist Alliance, NSW
  • Ms. Rihab Charida, Palestinian Activist, Freelance Journalist (incl. Press TV), NSW
  • Dr. Ken Macnab, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Ms. Annie Herro, Pricipal Researcher, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Ms. Mikala Kennedy, Student, Victoria
  • Dr. George Myconos, Research Fellow, La Trobe University, Victoria
  • Dr. Gareth Beal, Associate Lecturer, Creative Writing, Macquarie University, NSW
  • Prof. Roger Packham, Associate Professor, University of Western Sydney, NSW
  • Rev. Dr. Antony Floyd, Minister of Religion – Uniting Church in Australia, Victoria
  • Mr. Kevin Rennie, Retired Teacher, Unionist and Australian Labor Party member since 1972, laborview.blogspot.com, Victoria
  • Fr Claude Mostowik, President, Pax Christi Australia
  • Dr. Brian Senewiratne, Consultant Physician, Queensland
  • Mr. Lionel Bopage, Social Justice Activist and former General Secretary of Sri Lanka’s JVP, Victoria
  • Ms. Nesa Arumugam Eliezer, Freelance Writer and Author, Victoria
  • Dr. Sam Pari, Medical Officer and youth activist, NSW
  • Ms. Rebecca Hinchey, Professional, Public Relations, STARTTS, NSW
  • Mr. David Feith, Tertiary Education Lecturer, Victoria
  • Ms. Karen Coffield, Maternal & Child Health Nurse, Victoria
  • Dr. Bea Bleile, Lecturer in Mathematics, University of New England, NSW
  • Dr. Helen Kerr, General Practitioner and Addiction Physician, Brisbane, Queensland
  • Dr. Bobby Sundaralingam, Radiologist & Nuclear Medicine Physician, Victoria
  • Dr. Ananth Sundaralingam, Senior Emergency Registrar, Victoria
  • Prof. Nadarajah Sriskandarajah, Professor of Environmental Communication, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
  • Dr. Sridevy Sriskandarajah, Research Scientist, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
  • Mr. Nimalan Karthikeyan, Doctoral Candidate, Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Mrs. Gayathri Prathapar, Justice of Peace and Accountant, NSW
  • Dr. Clare Smith, General Physician, Tasmania
  • Dr. Charmaine Fonseka, Dentist, Victoria
  • Ms Paola Harvey, National Council, Resistance, NSW
  • Mr. Larry Marshall, Project Officer, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe Univesity, Victoria
  • Ms. Esther Anderson, Senior Medical Writer, Victoria
  • Mr. Michael Brull, NSW
  • Mrs. Susan Jackson, Pharmacist, NSW
  • Mr. Tim Van Hooff, Accountant, QLD
  • Ms. Jenny Branscombe, Advocacy and Communications Student, RMIT, Victoria
  • Mr. Toby Russo, research consultant / student, Melbourne
  • Miss. Vivienne King, professional, Victoria
  • Mr James Russo, professional, Victoria
  • Miss. Linsey Wilson, Student of Psychology at the University of Newcastle, NSW
  • Mr. Andrew Boerma, Student, UNSW College of Fine Arts, NSW
  • Miss. Mikala Kennedy, Student, VIC
  • Miss Natalie Hinde, Teacher, Queensland
  • Mrs. Yvonne Kamholtz, Retired Primary School Teacher, Queensland
  • Mr. Peter Dixon, Minister Marrickville Church of Christ, NSW
  • Mr. Andrew Billing, Professional in Banking and Finance, NSW
  • Mr. Colin Harrison, Accountant, NSW
  • Mrs. Margaret Reeson, Retiree, ACT
  • Ms. Robyn Freckelton, professional education, NSW
  • Ms. Isabelle Freckelton, student, NSW
  • Miss. Natayah Carr, Student, Vic
  • Mr. Andrew Boerma, full time student, UNSW College of Fine Arts, NSW
  • Ms. Shani Asher Freckelton, student Children’s Services, NSW
  • Mr. Joseph Freckelton, student, NSW
  • Mr. Luke Freckelton, Student (Australian resident), Ohio, USA
  • Dr. Fergus Scott, Doctor, NSW
  • Dr. Lindy Lowenstein MBBS, Doctor, Victoria
  • Ms. Hilary Smith, Victoria
  • Mr. Samuel Wainwright, Stevedore, WA
  • Mr. Jaden Harris, Student, NSW
  • Mr. John Chrysostom, Aeronautical Engineer, Victoria
  • Mr. Jude Mamans, Engineer, South Australia
  • Mrs. Sivamalar Sundaralingam, Librarian, Victoria
  • Dr. Kandiah Sundaralingam, University Lecturer, Victoria
  • Mr.Kamalaharan Aravinthan, Oracle DBA, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Mr. Dinesh Kamalaharan, Accounting/Finance student, Sydney, NSW
  • Mr. Skanda Coffield-Feith, student, University of Melbourne, Victoria
  • Mr. Rufus Coffield-Feith, student, St. Michael’s Grammar School, Victoria
  • Mr. Charles David, NSW Public Service Retiree
  • Mr. Jude Prakash, Chartered Accountant
  • Mr. Ramanan Tilakaratnam, Software Engineer, NSW
  • Mr. Sivas Sivaskanthan Software, Consultant, Victoria
  • Mr. Sudha Puthrasigamani, IT Manager, NSW
  • Mr. Nick Kelly, Researcher, NSW
  • Mrs. Yogarani Jeyakumar, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Victoria
  • Mr. Karrtik Jeyakumar, Student, Monash University, Victoria
  • Mr. Nish Vivekananthan, Student, University of Melbourne, Victoria
  • Ms. Shankari Wijendra, Psychologist, South Australia
  • Mr. Haran Thanabalasingam, Counselor, Victoria
  • Mrs. Siva Sundaralingam, Victoria
  • Mrs. Mano Navaratnam, Tamil Rights Activist, Victoria
  • Ms. Mathanhi Jegatheeswaran, Medical Student, Monash University, Victoria
  • Mr. Maaran Achchuthan, Engineer, NSW
  • Mr. Vaithilingam Ganeshanathan, Retired Accountant, Victoria
  • Mr. Sivaguru Nandakumar, Poet and Author, Victoria
  • Mr. Gulam Dharann, Accountant, Victoria
  • Mr. Vijitha Dharann, Senior Project Manager, Victoria
  • Mr. Rajah Wilson, Chartered Accountant, Victoria
  • Dr. Anjana Arunachalam, Victoria
  • Mr. Mani Manivasakan, Engineer, Victoria
  • Mr. Dominic Santhiapillai, Electronics Technician, Victoria
  • Mr. Selvanayagam Harichandran, Chartered Accountant, Victoria
  • Mrs. Thavamany Arunachalam, Retired, NSW
  • Mrs. Ranjini Gunasingam, Retired, NSW
  • Ms. Vasuki Gunasingam, Student at UNSW, NSW
  • Miss. Krishna Jegan, Teacher, NSW
  • Mr. Swaminathan Palendira, retiree, Westmead, NSW
  • Dr. Ananth Sundaralingam, Senior Emergency Registrar, Victoria
  • Dr. Vivekananda Ramachandran, Radiologist, Victoria
  • Mr. Tim Van Hooff, Accountant, Queensland
  • Mrs. Connie Cecys, Primary School Teacher, Victoria
  • Mrs. Sharon Schneider-Loos, Mental Health Clinician, Victoria
  • Dr. George Myconos, Research Fellow, La Trobe University, Victoria
  • Mr Ash Pemberton, Student, Mangerton, NSW
  • Mr Pari Nathan, Accountant, Sydney, NSW
  • Mr. Piratheep Sivanantham, Tech Support Associate, Victoria
  • Mr S Subramanium, Resturant Manager, NSW
  • Mr. R Srikantharajah, Businessman, NSW
  • Mr. P.A. Subramaniam, Retired Engineer, WA
  • Mr. Sathees Kathir, Tax Consultant, WA
  • Mr. Kannan Vinasithamby, Quantity Surveyor, Argyle Underground Project, Rio Tinto, WA
  • Mr. Elankumaran Arulliah, Instrument & Control Engineer, Perth
  • Dr. S. Gnanarajan, Scientist, Australia
  • Miss. Janu Dhayanathan, Graphic Designer, NSW
  • Mr Ram Shan, Finance Officer, WA
  • Dr. Ranjit Thuraisingham, Research Consultant, University of Technology Sydney, NSW
  • Mr. Chris Tsirigotes, Accountant, NSW
  • Ms. Vanitha Tsirigotes, Student, NSW
  • Mr. Manicka Vasagar, Senior Project Manager, WA
  • Mr. Thiunavukkarasu Shantharajah, IT Consultant, NSW
  • Ms. Menaha Shantharajah, Assistance In Nurse – Aged Cared, NSW
  • Ms. Wigneswari Thiunavukkarasu, Pensioner, NSW
  • Dr. Appadurai Thiyakesan, Research Fellow School of Chemistry, University of Sydney, NSW
  • Dr. S. Gnanarajan, Scientist, NSW
  • Mr Canagasundram Kangatheran, Civil Engineer – Specialised in Geotechnical Engineering, retired now, WA
  • Mr. Naren Selvendran, Senior Cost Estimator, WA
  • Mr. Sivapragasam Vahkisvaran, retired Mechanical Engineer, NSW
  • Miss. Visaahini Sureshan, PhD Student, Biotechnology, NSW
  • Mr. Ganesh Vaheis, Student, NSW
  • Mrs. Bama Bala, Civil Engineer, WA
  • Mr. Ramesh Vaheisvaran, IM Services Manager, NSW
  • Ms. Malathy Myil, Medical Student, WA
  • Mr Prakesh Vaheisvaran, High School Student, NSW
  • Mr. Karalasigham Sadadcharam FCCA, Management Accountant, NSW
  • Mr. Myuran Pathmanathan, Senior Petroleum Engineer, WA
  • Mr. Nadesu Kailainathan, Consulting Engineer – Civil/Hydraulic Transient Specialist, NSW
  • Mrs Bamini Sivakumar, Taxation Officer, Victoria
  • Dr. Sivakumar Sivapalasundram, Health Information Manager, Victoria
  • Dr Kumbesan Sandrasegaran, University Academic (Senior Lecturer), NSW
  • Dr Nadarajah Kangaharan FRACP, Head of Division of Medicine and Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin
  • Ms. Rangi De Silva, Medical Student, University of Melbourne, Victoria
  • Miss Nirosini Kandasamy, Student, University of New South Wales, NSW
  • Prof. Balasingham Balachandran, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Managemt, La Trobe University
  • Mr. Thiru Thirunanthakumar, Bank Officer, NSW
  • Mr. Sanjeev Selvarajah, Accountant, VIC
  • Ms. Keshini Rajan, Professional Law, NSW
  • Ms. Abarna Raj, Professional Consultant, NSW
  • Mrs. Dharmini Vaheisvaran, Pharmacist in Community Pharmacy, NSW,
  • Mrs. Nala Sandrasegaran, IT Teacher, NSW
  • Mr. Murugesu Paramanathan, Senior Business Analyst, Telecommunication Engineer, Victoria
  • Dr. Paul Dominic, Solicitor, NSW
  • Mrs. Patricia Dominic, Solicitor, NSW
  • Ms. Neshevida Balasubramanian, Student, NSW
  • Mr. Manni Manivannan, Technical Consultant, NSW
  • Mr. T. Pathmanathan JP, retired chartered accountant and businessman, NSW
  • Mr. Vishnu Sasisekaran, Student at the University of NSW
  • Miss. Lukshi Mahen, Student, NSW
  • Mrs Geodhini Sivaraj, Perinatal Project Coordinator, NSW
  • Miss Priya Srikantharajah, Chemical Engineer, Victoria
  • Mr. Abtin Mahdavi, Engineering student, Victoria
  • Ms. Chrishani Thayaparan, Student, NSW
  • Mr. Balasingam Maniccavasagar, Consutant Engineer, Irrigation, Leeton
  • Mr. Kankean Kandasamy, Student, NSW
  • Mr. Neville Thiru, Accountant, NSW
  • Miss. Subanu Maheswaran, Engineering student, Victoria
  • Mrs Loga Roshan, Solicitor, NSW
  • Ms Sarennya Pathmanandavel, Medical Student at UNSW, NSW
  • Mr. Namasivayam Vivekanantharajah, Telecom Engineer, NSW
  • Mr. Saseendran Mahalingam, Public servant, NSW
  • Ms. Mythily Saseendran, Student, NSW
  • Ms. Ahranee Saseendran, Student Sydney, NSW
  • Ms. Aruthy Saseendran, Student Sydney, NSW
  • Mr. Daniel Ganeshan, Student, High School Knoxfield, Vicotoria
  • Mr. Givakan Saseendran, Student Sydney, NSW
  • Mr. Sathees Kathir, Tax consultant, WA
  • Miss. Kavitha Selvakumar, Criminology Student, University of Melbourne,Vic
  • Mrs. Indra Wignarajah, Australian Taxation Officer, Victoria
  • Miss. Ruby-Rose Laginha, high school student, Wollongong, NSW
  • Mr. Prashanthan Balendra, Management Accountant, NSW
  • Mr. Bemen Singham, Accountant, Victoria
  • Mr. Prasanna Ratnakanthan, Student of Diagnostic Medical Imaging, Victoria


Australian Groups supportive of the Sri Lankan Crisis Statement include:

  • The New Internationalist Magazine Co-op, SA

Complete list of Non-Australians supportive of the Sri Lankan Crisis Statement:

  • Ms. Karen Parker, JD, Specialist in Humanitarian Law and NGO Rep. UN
  • Mr. Doug Bandow, former Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, Virginia, USA
  • Mr. Siritunga Jayasuriya, Ex-Sri Lankan Presidential Candidate, Leader of the United Socialist Party and Trade Unionist, Sri Lanka
  • Prof. Dr. Seemampillai Joseph Emmanuel, President, International Federation of Tamils, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Prof. Peter Schalk, Professor in History of Religions, Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Mr. Michael Otterman, Visiting Scholar, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, NSW and author of ‘American Torture’
  • Prof. John Neelsen, Department of Sociology, Tuebingen University, Germany
  • Nagalingam Ethirveerasingam. Ph.D, Retired Prof in Agriculture and Education Olympian, Helsinki 1952 and Melbourne 1956 Humanitarian work in agriculture, education and sports in the NorthEast. Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Miss Emma Clancy, Journalist, Belfast, Ireland
  • Mr. Kugenthiran Kanaganthiram, Teacher/Computer Programmer, Markham, Ontario, Canada
  • Mrs. Vanitha Kugenthiran, Teacher, Markham, Ontario, Canada
  • Dr. Dagmar Hellmann-Rajanayagam, Reader, University Passau, Germany
  • Mr. Arjunan Ethirveerasingam, co-founder and spokesperson of COHHRT, London, UK
  • Dr. Paul C. Crossette MD, Physician, Florida, USA
  • Ms. Sheri Le Fleming Burrow, Home Executive, Auckland New Zealand
  • Mr. Martin Sellar, Legal Archivist, London, UK
25 Comments leave one →
  1. Rathakrishnan permalink
    February 20, 2009 11:18 am

    UN Charter states genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

    1) Killing members of the group;
    2) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
    3) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
    4) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
    5) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

    The Sri Lankan Government has breached first 3 of the above and continuing with their genocide; The International Committee still hasn’t got their act together to stop this genocide. Each day we are seeing the deaths of civilians including women and children and hundreds of people getting injured.
    The people in the war zone desperately need help!!!

  2. C B Visvalingam permalink
    February 23, 2009 12:21 am

    The tamil people have suffered for 30 long years. The Australian government that cries over the dead in the recent bushfires has to raise this. More than 2000 civilians have died. An immeadiate ceasefire has to be implemented. If we remain silent we are as guilty as those that commit these attrocities.

  3. Nanda Krishnan permalink
    February 23, 2009 12:51 pm

    Stop the Killing

  4. T. Ramachandran permalink
    February 25, 2009 2:14 am

    The earlier the International Community comes out of the cloud of believing the statements that are being made by President Rajapakse and its clan, they will be above to safe the lives of innocent Tamils in Vanni and avoid injury. Sri Lankan Govt has force the civilians to seek shelter in safe zone and easily prey them. It proclaims that the LTTE are not letting the people to come of the war zone. My request to International Community is to think and see how come thousands of people are coming out of the war zone with injury and are being taken to hospitals in Trincomalee and treated. The pregnant women are forced for abortion, young girls are being raped in the refugee camps and boys are being killed and are being taken as slave by para-military group.

    Why did not the International Community condemn the Sri Lankan Government when Tamils are being kept in open prison in Jaffna and in places the Govt took control? They are denied free movement and unable to travel out of Jaffna or elsewhere. Why the international community still buying what the oppressors version and not the oppressed version. Is it for economic benefits. Please, wake up and stop the genocide before it is too late. Thanks

    T. Ramachandran

  5. Dagmar Hellmann permalink
    February 26, 2009 6:32 pm

    Not sure whether my listing has come through first time, so I register again as a signatory.
    Rgds

  6. fastuntoactionaust permalink
    February 26, 2009 8:19 pm

    Please can you give your details in this format:
    [mr/ms/mrs] [first name] [surname]
    [student/professional/retired of course/occupation]
    [state][country]

  7. Mrs S Suganthini permalink
    February 26, 2009 10:58 pm

    Hi – I would like to be a signatory to the above statement.

    NSW

  8. Mr R Srikantharajah permalink
    February 26, 2009 11:01 pm

    Hi – I would like to be a signatory to the above statement.

    Business man , NSW

  9. Mr S Subramanium permalink
    February 26, 2009 11:02 pm

    Hi – I would like to be a signatory to the above statement.

    Resturant Manager, NSW

  10. Dr R.T. Rajeswaran permalink
    February 27, 2009 8:57 am

    We have contacted many parliamentarians here in WA but the response is zero to date. We have not given up but the time has nearly run out for our people. Please keep up the good work.

  11. fastuntoactionaust permalink
    February 27, 2009 9:22 am

    Dr Rajeswaran – Keep on trying. They eventually have to respond in some way. What is happening to our people is heartbreaking. Thanks for your support.

  12. Mr Shanthan Daniel permalink
    February 28, 2009 11:15 am

    Thanks to all those who are trying to help towards pease.

  13. February 28, 2009 2:26 pm

    Please add my name to your statement:

    Terry Townsend,
    Blue Mountains Socialist Alliance,
    Blackheath NSW

    I have also posted your statement at http://links.org.au/node/922

  14. Sugetha Vanniasinghe permalink
    March 1, 2009 10:13 pm

    I would like to be a signatory to the above statement.

  15. niranjala thayananth permalink
    March 2, 2009 7:07 pm

    It is with deep distress i state that the ethnic claensisng in srilanka by rajapakse government has been ignored.

  16. Sindira Chetty permalink
    March 4, 2009 6:12 pm

    The bloodshed must stop. Innocent lives are being lost. Freedom and peace needs to be reached.

  17. Darmitha permalink
    March 11, 2009 8:08 pm

    For nearly 30 years the LTTE has committed genocide on the entire country. Now when terrorism is being wiped out by the Combined Forces there is case of genocide in Sri Lanka- What we have now is attempting to wipe out a brutal terrorist outfit so that the entire country can live in peace!

    Pro LTTE propaganda is disgusting to say the least. Ask Tamils living overseas how many thousands of Tamils are living all over the country among Sinhalese and Muslims without hindrance? They have no answer!

  18. M Kennedy permalink
    March 17, 2009 10:49 pm

    Miss Mikala Kennedy
    Student
    VIC

  19. Mrs Shiya Surendran permalink
    March 19, 2009 9:42 am

    The Tamils in this once peaceful and beatuiful land have suffered due to discrimination, suffered mentally due to all the abuse and torturing, they have suffered due to physical abuse. One is still hopeful that there will be light at the end of all this test of time for the Tamil community. May the time come for the Tamils to live with some dignity.

  20. Sarath permalink
    April 24, 2009 12:32 am

    What LTTE did in the past 30 years was brutal murder of innocent civilians of Sri Lanka. They killed Indian Prime Minister Hon: Rajiv Gandhi. They indulged in ethnic cleansing of all sinhalese and muslims lived in entire nothern province of the Country.LTTE is engaged in international drug trade, illegal arms smuggling, money laundering, misleading international politicians and foreign governments, establishing dangerous precedents in western counties USA and Australia, to say the least.
    Sri lankan government has not fired a single bullet to kill a tamil civilian in its 30 year war with the LTTE. The LTTE sympathizers must refrain from misleading the world community. State facts; not emotions.
    It is LTTE who moved into the NFZone, hiding behind the Tamil civilians who came there for safety, and firing heavy artillery at the Sri Lankan Army. Any Army will have to retaliate and civilians are caught in the crossfire and that is not “Genocide” what UN Article contemplated. Do not use such an explosive word so lightly. The fact that, more than one hundred thousand tamil civilians fled the NFZ to seek refuge and safety in the hands of the Army (the Sri Lankan Government) is irrebuttable proof to say that Tamil protesters in Canada, USA, England, Paris, Norway and Australia are lying to the World and misusing the tolerance and generosity of those democratic societies.
    Tamil protester ulterior motive is to give an extended life to now cornered LTTE muderous leadership so that they can keep alive their hope for carving out a seperate State.

  21. Jeewanthi permalink
    May 14, 2009 8:35 pm

    I think these all signatories are blind with the LTTE dirty propaganda. I can tell only one thing. These all people try to win TERRORISM in the beautifull Island

  22. Jaya Iyer permalink
    July 3, 2009 7:50 am

    Genocide activity continued in the camps

  23. Rajapaksa permalink
    August 19, 2009 11:19 am

    Match is over. Bails are down. Sri Lanka won by innings and 500 runs. Umpires are back in the pavilion. No match between these sides are scheduled for another thousand years. The Eelam team should play the next match in India. Never in Sri Lanka again, not in thousand years.

  24. October 23, 2009 5:58 am

    These kids are Americans – it is time we treat them and expect them to act and be like Americans – from the time they are babies. ,

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