Sirisena praises genocidal military at UN, seeks to appease all State actors

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 11:10 GMT]
Maithiripala Sirisena, the president of the occupying unitary state of genocidal Sri Lanka, was addressing the UN General Assembly on Tuesday appeasing all the actors, ranging from the pro-Israel US President Donal Trump to those who support the cause of the Palestinians. It was an apparent move to keep all the State actors continuing to turn a blind eye to the ongoing structural and heritage genocide against the nation of Eezham Tamils in the island, commented Tamil political observers in Jaffna. His address, made in Sinhala, was targeting the Sinhala masses in the island, they said.

Maithiripala Sirisena
Mr Sirisena was praising the Sinhala military, which blamed by the UN investigators for brutal war crimes. Calling it a ‘security force’, he said the SL military had defeated “one of the most ruthless terrorist organizations in the world”.

“As a result, Sri Lanka remains an undivided country that enjoys sustainable peace,” he was claiming at New York.

“Therefore, I must respectfully recall the yeoman service rendered by our security forces in defeating a dreaded terrorist organization, and I take this opportunity to thank our security forces for their great sacrifices in ushering peace and ensuring the territorial integrity of Sri Lanka,” he went on.

“At a time when almost ten years have passed since the end of the conflict, I call upon the international community to look at my country from a new perspective with new ideas,” Sirisena said.

“The independence of a country is of paramount importance,” he said and was telling other leaders of the State to adopt a no-interference approach towards genocidal Sri Lanka.

“I respectfully request you to allow us the opportunity to resolve our own issues,” he was saying.

Commenting, the Tamil political observers in Jaffna said that the target audience of his address was none other than the Sinhala masses in the South.

Sirisena was appealing to the ethnic chauvinists in the far right as well as the so-called leftists, who no longer support the right to self-determination of Tamils in the island, they said.

Only a few among the Sinhala veteran leftists support the right of self-determination, and most of them are in the exile.


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